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Catholic Lifetime Reading Plan. Here is a part: //Great Christian ... LEX COMMUNIS - December 5, 2014 ... Christian Literature Lord of the World by Robert Hugh Benson - Read and reviewed. The Diary of a Country Priest by George Bernanos - Read and reviewed. Hopkins: Poetry and Prose by George Manley Hopkins - Read selections of his poetry. Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes - Read. The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri - Read The Inferno. Christianity and Culture by T. S. Eliot - Read. The Idea of a University by Blessed John Henry Newman - Read. Silence by Shusaku Endo - I ...http://peterseanesq.blogspot.com/2014/12/catholic-lifetime-reading-plan.html

Veni Creator Spiritus - Let Us Again Remember Those Heroic, Holy and Royal Carmelites of Compiegne ROMAN CHRISTENDOM - November 6, 2014 ... Bernanos story of Blanche de la Force , the little marchioness who enters the convent and becomes one of the sisters but is afraid of her own shadow and flees the convent at the first sign of trouble but returns to watch the other sisters die at the scaffold. There courage suddenly comes to her, almost miraculously. The author tells the story as an observer of these momentous events: "I stood in the midst of the howling rabble. Never have I felt the hopelessness of our ...http://romanchristendom.blogspot.com/2014/11/veni-creator-spiritus-let-us-again.html

On Pilgrimage to Lourdes CRISIS MAGAZINE - November 4, 2014 ... following the spectacle of God's Mother choosing to show herself exclusively to her. Disappearing into a nunnery, the world will not see her again; until, that is, her death in 1879, at age thirty-five, when, by God's grace, she becomes one of the Incorruptibles. It is then, of course, in the blessed repose of death, that she achieves a sort of triumph, for her face becomes more beautiful than it had ever been in life. As if something of the countenance of Our Lady's own loveliness had been ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/g00Rnek1PoQ/pilgrimage-lourdes

Feast of All Saints A TRAIL OF FLOWERS - November 1, 2014 ... doors, barriers and fences, a sort of spiritual police force. But our Church is the Church of the saints. To become a saint, what bishop would not give up his ring, his mitre and his crozier; what cardinal his purple; what pope his white robe, his chamberlains, his Swiss Guard and all his temporal power? Who would not want to have the strength to embark on this wonderful adventure? It is indeed the only adventure. --George ...http://trailofflowers.blogspot.com/2014/11/feast-of-all-saints.html

The Extraordinary Synod As Witness to the Family CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - October 5, 2014 ... armchair without so much as raising an eyebrow and follow you like a lamb. But if you go to Reinhold Schneider, the author of Winter in Vienna , and say the same thing to him, there is no telling what might happen. Whether you would finally manage to get any response at all from those who have been "demythologised" and converted to the world, I do not know. They have already explained everything away and are left with a merely symbolic belief in a message that they understand only by analogy. ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-extraordinary-synod-as-witness-to.html

The Irish: Hope Springs Eternal, but Will We Have to Wait for an Eternity for the Irish to Be Catholic Again ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - September 26, 2014 ... tending a hostile rural congregation. Narrative follows the diary structure, time condensed into the seven days Father James has left to live. His anguish is psychological. The attacking cancer is not within him; it festers in the maimed heart of a villager made desolate by the aftershock of sexual abuse in childhood.The movie opens in the confessional. A man slips in to whisper the secret of his abuse: "I first tasted semen when I was seven." Jolted, the priest responds: "That is certainly a ...http://abyssum.org/2014/09/26/the-irish-hope-springs-eternal-but-will-we-have-to-wait-for-an-eternity-for-the-irish-to-be-catholic-again/

Kann Man Gnade Definieren? THOMASLESER - September 9, 2014 ... der Mitte seiner temperamentvollen Rede sagt er: "Gottes Wort, das ist glühendes Eisen", und der Satz "Gott ist Liebe", das ist so eine Information. "Gott ist Liebe" kann man eigentlich gar nicht wirklich aussprechen, ohne ein Leben lang darüber nachdenken zu müssen. Wir sind nun gewohnt, den ganzen Tag Lieder zu hören, in denen vom schönen Gefühl der Liebe gesungen wird, wie wenn es früher auf der Kirmes Zuckerwatte gab. Da ist von der Liebe die Rede, die ...http://eumloquatur.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/kann-man-gnade-definieren/

Bernanos, Bresson and McDonagh: Shedding Light on the Catholic Priesthood ... RORATE CÆLI - September 6, 2014 Bernanos, Bresson and McDonagh: Shedding Light on the Catholic Priesthood I must confess to being annoyed when people ask me what my favorite anything is: book, movie, music. I am annoyed because I am not the type of person that has one favorite of anything. But if someone asked me which books or films or music have had an important impact on my life, I could definitely answer thathttp://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2014/09/bernanos-bresson-and-mcdonagh-light-on.html