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Update - Mass Time & Location Changed Sat. Aug 22 ProtestPP DTF DEFEND/PROCLAIM THE FAITH - August 19, 2015 Aug 21 Fri 7pm Rosary at my house…for our kids, for the unborn, for the country. Update - Mass time & location changed Aug 22 Sat 9am-11am, join ProtestPP, a coalition of pro-life groups calling for a National Day of Protest of Planned Parenthood facilities across America. We'll be on the sidewalk, raising awareness of the heartless and illegal activities of Planned Parenthood where the killing and harvesting of body parts ...http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2015/08/update-mass-time-location-changed-sat.html

Our Lady Refuge of Sinners (Mass in Some Places) A CATHOLIC LIFE - August 13, 2015 Today in some parts of the world, the Blessed Virgin Mary is honored with the title: Our Lady Refuge of Sinners. Today in the pre-1955 Traditional Catholic Missal is the Mass in Some Places ( pro aliquibus locis ) of Our Lady Refuge of Sinners. The Refuge of Sinners Madonna is a painting by the Italian artist Luigi Crosio. It was painted in 1898 originally for the Kuenzil Brothers of Switzerland. In 1964 ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/JrcWjDRNSIg/our-lady-refuge-of-sinners-mass-in-some.html

Come Over Here Where the Feast of the Lord Is Going on – A Homily for the 18th Sunday of the Year COMMUNITY IN MISSION - August 1, 2015 All of the readings in today's Mass speak of human desire. The Israelites in the desert are hungry, so are the people by the lakeside with Jesus. And in the Epistle, St. Paul warns of corrupted desires. In all of the readings, God teaches us that our desires are ultimately directed to Him, who alone can truly satisfy us. Why is this? Because our desires are infinite, and no finite world can satisfy them. Let's look at what the Lord teaches by focusing especially on the ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/08/come-over-here-where-the-feast-of-the-lord-is-going-on-a-homily-for-the-18th-sunday-of-the-year/

Post #284 VENITE, MISSA EST! - July 14, 2015 Topics: A New Beginning for Venite Missa Est! : Start anew!... July 14th: Feast of St. Bonaventure... St. Mary Parish: Low Mass Scheduled @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ T he Necessaries. I am a member of the Latin Mass Community of St. Anthony Parish in Wichita, Ks. While this blog may at times comment on, or allude to, the community and parish, Venite Missa Est! is by no means, in any way an official voice of any particular parish or the Diocese of Wichita. Venite Missa ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/VeniteMissaEst/~3/CAsPVdK5fp0/post-284.html

"Teach Prayer by Praying, Proclaim Faith by Believing, Give Witness by Living!" – To New Archbishops, Pope's Rules WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - June 29, 2015 ... Archbishops Eamon Martin of Armagh (the new Irish primate), Anthony Fisher OP of Sydney, John Wester of Santa Fe, Charles Scicluna of Malta (the former lead CDF prosecutor on sex-abuse), and the pontiff's pick for the Spanish capital, Carlos Osoro Sierra of Madrid. Its roots dating to Christian antiquity and given by the Popes as a "bond of love and incentive to courage" symbolizing the particular link each archbishop enjoys with the Roman pontiff, Francis' decision to return to the pallium 's ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2015/06/teach-prayer-by-praying-proclaim-faith.html

From Whence, Vocations? MY MORNING CUP - June 22, 2015 ... of fitting possibilities including New Priest's First Mass, Blessing, and Reception , Happy Father's Day , and Congratulations, Father Flanery! Any of those titles would be appropriate to sum up this beautiful day. But as I sit here pondering the events of the day over in my mind, the central theme for me is certain: vocations. A quick summary of the day, then I'll follow with my thoughts on this important point. Today we were among the faithful of Saint Mary's Assumption in ...http://hsmom-mymorningcup.blogspot.com/2015/06/from-whence-vocations.html

The Resurrection of Sacred Architecture SANCTE PATER - June 19, 2015 ... Julian church in 1140 by Pope Innocent II, the observant eye will notice an odd discrepancy between the sizes and styles of the columns lining the side aisles. This is because they predate the building by centuries, having been salvaged from the ruins of either the Baths of Caracalla—from whence also comes the church's main portico—or the Temple of Isis on the adjacent Janiculum Hill, or both. History is replete with such examples of "dead" buildings and their ...http://www.sanctepater.com/2015/06/the-resurrection-of-sacred-architecture.html

The Resurrection of Sacred Architecture CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 19, 2015 ... rebuilt on the foundations of the Julian church in 1140 by Pope Innocent II, the observant eye will notice an odd discrepancy between the sizes and styles of the columns lining the side aisles. This is because they predate the building by centuries, having been salvaged from the ruins of either the Baths of Caracalla—from whence also comes the church's main portico—or the Temple of Isis on the adjacent Janiculum Hill, or both. History is replete with such examples ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/SJ-HovryFxE/resurrection-reflected-in-architecture

Why I Remain a Catholic CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 16, 2015 ... Remain a Catholic"—an invitation itself prompted by the recent Pew Research report on the statistical collapse of the American Church. That report, with its grim portrayal of the Church's retention record, already prompted me to write a bit about Catholic parenting and keeping our kids connected to the Faith. However, I'll take Scalia's proposition (and my friend's email) as an excuse to add some additional, more personal thoughts. So, why do I remain a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/a5qOuThqo4o/why-i-remain-a-catholic