top of page
  • Writer's pictureAnna Maria De Guid

October celebrations

Updated: Sep 27, 2020


Can you believe that we're entering the fourth quarter of 2020 in about a week! A friend couldn't wait for the year to end, what with Covid, riots, fires and earthquake in the West Coast, and recently, the shootings of civilians and officers.

Wanting to focus on the bright side, I thought of the beautiful things in October, one of which is celebrating several of my favorite saints and our guardian angels.

October 1 is the Feast of St. Therese of the Child Jesus. You know, the saint who said that she will "shower roses" after her death. She keeps that promise to this day.

On October 2, we celebrate the Feast of the Guardian Angels. I thank them for all the times they have kept our family safe. Then we have St. Francis of Assisi (4th), St. Faustina (5th), St. Teresa of Avila (15th), St. Jude (28th), to name a few. October is also the month of the Holy Rosary.


Maybe this is why October usually makes me feel mellow outside while celebratory and jubilant on the inside. Perhaps because it is also the start of fall. A time of calm after the activities of summer and before the busyness of the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons.


But this year is different with elections around the corner. There is a lot of negativity and polarity going around. Thank heavens for angels and the communion of saints. I can enter their world and feel the peace that only Jesus can give.

 

My name's Anna Maria and I publish a new post on my blog every Friday! Check out my website touchedbygrace.today and subscribe for book updates and more blog posts! If you've been #tbgtoday, feel free to share your story of grace here.








Recent Posts

See All

Ask and You Shall Receive #2

Have you ever had a root canal? It's a procedure where the endodontist removes the infected pulp and tooth nerve because the tooth damage has gone far into the tooth so as to create unceasing intermi

Be Careful of the Lotus Room

It was decades ago when I read the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan. As concise as it can get, the story is about finding the person who stole the lighting rod that Zeus uses in Olympus. While on their

On Unceasing Prayers

I hurt a dear friend last year, and though I have pleaded for forgiveness and understanding countless times, she was unforgiving. God only knows how much I prayed for mercy and peace. One day, I saw h

Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page