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Keys & Crossroads: Feast of St. Peter Community Altar Service Begins Tonight

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Keys & Crossroads: Feast of St. Peter Community Altar Service Begins Tonight

Have a light fixed, blessed, dressed, and set on my altar with your petition or prayer and worked in your name or the name of a loved one, in a community altar and prayer service beginning on June 29th, the feast day of St. Peter. There is some wiggle room and you can join up after the work starts as long as you see that there are still spots left and it doesn’t say “sold out.” St. Peter was appointed by Christ as the first pope of the church, and the keys signify his authority as its first prelate and the authority of the...

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Red Eyes (and Black Dogs and Water Spirits)

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Red Eyes (and Black Dogs and Water Spirits)

[This was originally posted in 2019 on my personal blog that’s mostly about family history projects. I’m reposting it here because it references a few things that might be of interest to some of y’all.] [Remember, this blog here at the shop address is a mirror / backup of the real Seraphin Station blog here. Visit there comment, ask questions, get responses, interact with others, see useful and interesting links and resources, and/or read all the blog posts, not just the highlights I repost here.] Red Eyes was one of my great-grandmother Mae’s stories to scare the crap out of children...

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