The Sacred Family

The Sacred Family fought through adversity in order to protect their family, the members of it. This could not be possible without their faith and prayers, their perseverance and love, their obedience and grace. We need to look at their virtues, and thus imitating them in every way, so we can achieve harmony in our families, as well as in our lives. If we do so, we too can enjoy peace, and true love.

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