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Messe Dominicale: La Paroisse Allemande De St. Albert, Ottawa THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - October 21, 2014 ... Greek cities, Thessalonica had "mystery" religions espousing the cult of Dionysus and Serapis. In such mystery religions, worshippers celebrated a ritual ceremony of the deity's dying and rising in order to share in divine life. As in major cities of the empire, there were likely a few Jews in Thessalonica, too, though no synagogue has been found. Paul shared with the Thessalonians the good news that God had raised Jesus from the dead. Paul says they believed his message—taking it to be ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2014/10/messe-dominicale-la-paroisse-allemande.html

Giving to God What Is God's FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - October 19, 2014 http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2014/10/giving-to-god-what-is-gods.html

Short Feature: Private Snafu – Spies THE B-MOVIE CATECHISM - October 18, 2014 So, I watched " Fury " for Aleteia this week, David Ayer's new flick starring Brad Pitt as the commander of a Sherman Tank in the waning days of WWII. While I'm still not quite sure what message (if any) the movie was trying to convey, the film definitely gets points for realism. If nothing else, "Fury" lets you feel what it must have been like to spend most of your day crammed inside a rolling metal box approximately the size of a standard hall bathroom with four other ...http://b-moviecat.blogspot.com/2014/10/short-feature-private-snafu-spies.html

Feast of St. Luke the Evangelist CATHOLIC FIRE - October 18, 2014 ... the New Testament. Although Luke was not an eye witness, he was a historian who carefully researched his material and obtained details from eye witnesses. As a physician, Luke emphasizes the miracles and the merciful love of Jesus, which heals his children and welcomes all into his arms -- especially the sinner, the outcast, the gentile. Luke shows us the compassion of Jesus, especially toward women and children. He gives prominence not only to the group of women who follow him from the ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/10/feast-of-st-luke-evangelist.html

Feastday Highlights: St. Luke, Evangelist and Artist FAMILY IN FEAST AND FERIA - October 17, 2014 ... during the month are for St. Luke, Evangelist on October 18, and ten days later Saints Simon and Jude, apostles . Not much is known about St. Luke's life, nor his death. Tradition says he never met Jesus while He was on earth but was a companion to St. Paul, and thought to have been close to the Blessed Virgin Mary. His gospel has particular focus on Our Lady and contains the Canticles that are repeated every day in the Liturgy of the Hours: Morning ...http://familyfeastandferia.com/2014/10/feastday-highlights-st-luke-evangelist-artist/

My Fear of Ebola HEART OF A MOTHER - October 16, 2014 ... is to decide to prepare (as much as possible) myself and my family for a good death, whenever that might be. We are aiming for Heaven. It is something we should all be doing all the time, and turning the energy of worry into such a productive pursuit can only bring blessings. Remember, many saints would invite the Lord to send suffering upon them, knowing the redemptive nature of suffering, hoping for more opportunities to unite their suffering to His, and desiring to be face ...http://heartofamother.blogspot.com/2014/10/my-fear-of-ebola.html

A Feast Day Gift (Or, When Things Make Sense) NARU HODO - October 15, 2014 ... prayer of the Centenary (we are celebrating St. Teresa's 500th birthday beginning today and for a year). I had read the prayer several times before today, but in typical feast day fashion I read it today and it blew me away. Here is the text: Saint Teresa of Jesus, holy mother, wholehearted servant of love, teach us to walk with determined fidelity along the path of interior prayer, attentive to the presence of the Blessed Trinity, God ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2014/10/a-feast-day-gift-or-when-things-make.html

Pope Benedict XVI's Daily Rule of Prayer for Priests VULTUS CHRISTI - October 13, 2014 The Priest at Prayer On 3 May 2009, at the Ordination to the Priesthood of nineteen deacons in Saint Peter's Basilica, Pope Benedict XVI gave a momentous teaching on prayer in the life of the priest. In my own service to priests, I find that a recurring question is how best a priest can go about praying . . . praying in such a way that his life is prayer, and that prayer is his life. This is precisely the question that the ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/pope-benedict-xvis-daily-rule-of-prayer-for-priests/

ASK FATHER: How to Have Masses Said for Me After My Death? FR. Z'S BLOG - October 9, 2014 ... all wonder about this. I sure do. Will anyone pray for me after I die? Some of us with little family of our own, and they not Catholics… well. Who will remember us? So many "funerals" or "post-living life celebrations" these days neglect the one thing that is necessary: prayer for the dead. I want prayers, darn it, not balloons and jokes. Also, it is hard for many people to find priests who can take their Mass intentions for loved ones. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/yAISG9Cyyts/

The Catholic Librarian Travels by Air - Prepare Yourselves for the Posts to Follow :0 LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - October 9, 2014 At least, that's the hope, since the possibility of there being no posts next week is my greatest fear when flying. Yep - DEATH!!!! We're off to an uplifting start, no? ;-) I actually went to confession this week for this very reason. :0 #CrazyCatholic Although, now that I think about it, I don't think death is actually my greatest fear with regard to flying. I think my greatest fear is being trapped on a full airplane (ironically, while it's still on ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-catholic-librarian-travels-by-air.html

Combating Spiritual Blindness and Demonic Possession GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - October 9, 2014 ... these people, who are often rewarded extravagantly by the devil to keep them under his influence until the time comes when he hopes to claim their souls for all eternity, is to appeal to the Real Presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament and adore Him with all our hearts during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, when receiving Him as reverently as possible during Holy Communion (kneeling if able to while, bowing with one's heart, and on one's tongue), while making sacramental confessions, and ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2014/10/combating-spiritual-blindness-and.html

The Silent Altar HUMBLEPIETY - October 6, 2014 ... unexpected troughs and peaks. Sometimes, beyond control, life throws the odd curve ball and batters the soul into a submission of sorts. At the end of a busy day sitting exhausted at the end of the bed, it can be difficult to recognise the hand of the God, who is my joy and delight! "Are you there Lord?" I can meekly ask with my head buried in my hands. The events of the wider world, beyond my capacity to influence is frightening. Not only frightening, it is confusing too, are you not the God ...http://humblepiety.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-silent-altar.html

Diabólica Vitáre Contágia VULTUS CHRISTI - October 5, 2014 ... all contact with the devil; and second, that they may follow the only God with pure minds. Avoiding Devilry The Church would not have us pray to avoid all contact with the devil unless such contact were (1) possible, and (2) posed a real threat to souls. The Church always treats of devilry and all such related matters soberly and discreetly. One of the best theological treatments of the whole question is found in Chapter 13 of Dom Cipriano Vagaggini's classic Theological Dimensions of the ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/diabolica-vitare-contagia/

October, the Month Dedicated to the Most Holy Rosary G-MANS JOURNEY - October 5, 2014 ... which is most pleasing to Mary, the Virgin Most Holy. Therefore love the Rosary and recite it everyday with devotion." In 1917 the Virgin Mother of God showed the modern world her power and favor with God with the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima. In the months leading up to the miracle, Our Lady repeatedly urged Lucia, Jacinta and Francisco, to pray the Rosary. They learned from her the grave importance of the Rosary. She told them that God wanted the world to establish devotion to her Immaculate ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/10/october-month-dedicated-to-most-holy.html

Preparing for Yom Kippur 2014 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - October 1, 2014 ... Days of Awe by Chaim Stern, Central Conference of American Rabbis. Birth is a beginning And death a destination. And life is a journey: From childhood to maturity And youth to age; From innocence to awareness And ignorance to knowing; From foolishness to discretion And then, perhaps, to wisdom; From weakness to strength Or strength to weakness – And, often, back again; From health to sickness And back, we pray, to health again; From offense to ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2014/10/preparing-for-yom-kippur-2014.html

DPPL 77: Jesus, a Relationship CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - October 1, 2014 ... days, He has spoken to us through His Son, the Son that He has appointed to inherit everything and though whom he made everything there is" (Heb 1, 1-2). The mystery of Christ, especially his Passover of death and Resurrection, is the full and definitive revelation and realization of God's salvific promises. Since Jesus is the "only Son of God (John 3, 18), he is the one in whom God has given us all things without reserve" (cf Rm 8, 32; John 3, 16). Hence, the ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/10/01/dppl-77-jesus-a-relationship/

A Talk About the Rosary BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - October 1, 2014 Here's a talk I worked up today for the children of the parish in junior and senior high school. After the talk, I led a Rosary procession around the parish. THE ORIGIN OF THE ROSARY:  Using beads as a way to pray is ancient, may predate Christianity.  Muslims use prayer beads, but they don't pray the Rosary; they repeat various names for God.  The various prayers included in the Rosary changed over time; early on, it was mostly Our Fathers. ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/10/a-talk-about-rosary.html

Two Stories on the Feast of St Therese of Lisieux ANA BRAGA-HENEBRY'S JOURNAL - October 1, 2014 ... and a Doctor of the Church. When Brother Bernard writes to me, he doesn't miss a chance to proclaim that he prays to St. Therese for me. When I lived with him, he loved to take out his collection of St. Therese holy cards and other memorabilia. Now every one of his letters contains one of those cards. We of haughty mind and proud heart have trouble wrapping our brains around the spiritual arena inhabited by Saint Therese. Her "little way" of transforming every moment into a ...http://anabragahenebrysjournal.blogspot.com/2014/10/two-stories-on-feast-of-st-therese-of.html

The Daily Gospel and Readings 30 September 2014 DAILY PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS - September 30, 2014 ... troubles and my life draws near to the nether world. I am numbered with those who go down into the pit; I am a man without strength. R. Let my prayer come before you, Lord. My couch is among the dead, like the slain who lie in the grave, Whom you remember no longer and who are cut off from your care. R. Let my prayer come before you, Lord. You have plunged me into the bottom of the pit, into the dark abyss. Upon me your wrath lies heavy, and with all your ...http://prayersandmeditations.com/2014/09/30/the-daily-gospel-and-readings-30-september-2014/

St. Jerome: Father and Doctor of the Church CATHOLIC FIRE - September 30, 2014 ... Rome, where he became fluent in Latin and Greek and developed a love for the classical writers. Here he acquired many worldly ideas, made little effort to control his pleasure-loving instincts, and lost much of the piety that had been instilled in him at home. He travelled throughout western Europe with a friend but that ceased when he had a conversion experience in Trier and decided to become a monk. He joined a community in Aquileia in 370, where he met some who would become his close ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/09/st-jerome-father-and-doctor-of-church.html

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