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Homily G-MANS JOURNEY - June 4, 2017 ... proclaimed their fulfillment on the morning of Pentecost. [Acts 2:17-21] According to these promises, at the 'end time' the Lord's Spirit will renew the hearts of men, engraving a new law in them. He will gather and reconcile the scattered and divided peoples; he will transform the first creation, and God will dwell there with men in peace." (C.C.C. # 715) "On the day of Pentecost when the seven weeks of Easter had come to an end, Christ's ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2017/06/homily.html

Easter Baskets on Easter Sunday SHOWER OF ROSES - May 8, 2017 ... year with books and gifts that incorporate our beautiful Catholic faith! I also love incorporating the various Easter Symbols and filling a basket with various gifts for the whole family to enjoy. You can read more about the various Easter Symbols here and find many gift ideas here . Easter Sunday has already passed this year, but perhaps this post will give you some gift ideas for upcoming sacraments, birthdays, or even next Easter! .: This ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/j3VYkZGjlgs/easter-baskets.html

Listening to the Promptings in Our Hearts Helps to Ascertain Our Vocation in Life. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - May 7, 2017 ... to listen for the voice of the shepherd so that their decision to marry is a response to a vocation in life. With parents living out the sacramentality of their marriages being the voice of conscience and the examples of Christ-like loving, discernment becomes something that happens throughout the life of the child into adulthood. The married life cannot be considered the default vocation. If it is, little wonder that those who are single end up thinking that ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2017/05/listening-to-promptings-in-our-hearts.html

New: "That Nothing May Be Lost" by Rev. Paul D. Scalia INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 29, 2017 ... Hahn , Mary Ellen Bork , Gloria Purvis , Raymond Arroyo , Lizz Lovett , Helen Alvaré , and Dan Mattson offer their personal accounts of being Catholic, which are followed by Fr. Scalia's illuminations. Archbishop Charles Chaput contributes a thought- provoking foreword, which begins the reader's exploration of the many important aspects of the Catholic faith presented in this book. Fr. Paul Scalia , a native of Virginia, studied theology at the Pontifical ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2017/03/new-that-nothing-may-be-lost-by-rev-paul-d-scalia.html

Homily for the 5th Sunday in Lent, April 2, 2017, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - March 26, 2017 ... has done for them. Some are here simply out of a sense of duty and others out of mere habit. All of us are looking forward to everlasting life with God in heaven. In the opening prayer of today's Mass, we heard the words: "Help us to embrace the world that you have given us, that we may transform the darkness of its pain into the life and joy of Easter." In the first reading from the prophet Ezekiel we heard: " Thus says the LORD GOD: O my people, I will open your graves and have you rise from ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/homily-for-5th-sunday-in-lent-april-2.html

My Shepherd YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - March 25, 2017 ... this very base application of SACRED saliva and dirt. We, by virtue of our Baptism, are called to walk as Children of Light. The Lord is our Shepherd. I learned a wonderful story from a Scottish shepherd. He told of the shepherd's action of "tabling'" a hurt or sick sheep. The Shepherd, on finding a hurt or sick sheep, would take his rod and staff, along with his cloak or outer garment and build a makeshift "lean to". This would act as a protection from the elements of wind or rain, while the ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/03/my-shepherd.html

Laetare Sunday a Joyful Pause in a Somber Season CATHOLIC HOTDISH - March 23, 2017 ... liturgical color for joy. Instrumental music is a joy to hear. Beautiful flowers are a joy to see. Joyful Anticipation. There are multiple reasons why the Fourth Sunday of Lent is cause for joy, the most important of which is the proximity of Easter. On Ash Wednesday Easter was a long way off, six and a half weeks, but on the Fourth Sunday of Lent, Easter is only three weeks away, and as the greatest of all Christian feasts draws ever nearer, joy increases. Joy is also on the upswing because ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/-T_VKRBMRGs/