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Take Courage YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 18, 2015 http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/05/take-courage.html

Beleive Through Grace YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 16, 2015 ... about her coming examination as shepherd (Ezekiel 34) concerning the sheep entrusted to her, and her anxiety over the account that must be given for others, make her careful of her own record. And while by her admonitions she is helping others to amend, she herself is cleansed of her faults. ( Rule of St. Benedict , May 16) Study Today we might be witnessing some of the earliest Scriptural applications of what came to be known as the Cursillo method. Apollos has committed himself to the "Way" ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/05/beleive-through-grace.html

Guide You to the Truth YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 13, 2015 ... reaching out from our darkness. "The person who prays for the presence of God is, ironically, already in the presence of God. The person who seeks God has already found God to some extent." We are already counted among God's own despite our ignorance and distractions. Action Who is your guide? Whom are you guiding? At the very core of the Cursillo and Catholic tradition is the fact that we do not journey alone. The Benedictine tradition stresses living in community with a leader (abbot or ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/05/guide-you-to-truth.html

Consider Me a Believer YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 11, 2015 ... And let the Abbess be sure that any lack of profit the master of the house may find in the sheep will be laid to the blame of the shepherd. (Rule of St. Benedict, Chapter 2) Study Are you making room in your life for Jesus? No longer are the apostles locked in the Upper Room cowering in the face of the responsibility that they hold – the commission that they got from Jesus. They brought the word into the world and converted the likes of Lydia. After Lydia and her ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/05/consider-me-believer.html

Coat of Arms of Abbess Lucia Kuppens COMMUNIO - May 10, 2015 Today (May 10, 2015), Mother Abbess Lucia received the Abbatial Blessing from the Most Reverend Leonard P. Blair, S.T.D., Archbishop of Hartford. She was elected as the Third Abbess of the Abbey of Regina Laudis on February 1. She is one of two Benedictine abbesses in the USA. Present for the Mass and the monastic rite were the new Abbess' parents, siblings, many guests of the abbey including monks and nuns from other abbeys and ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/05/coat-of-arms-of-abbess-lucia-kuppens/

Into My Mother's Hands THE CLOISTERED HEART - May 9, 2015 ... have an abbess who truly cares about our personal stresses and trials. We need an abbess who can help us live in the midst of the world and not be of it. Ours must be a Mother who can nurture us, care for our lives of "enclosure," and show us what it means to say and become a total yes to God. "Mary said a total yes to God. Thus she lived enclosure in His will fully. She embraced His will so totally that He became enfleshed in her. She listened to Him more ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2015/05/into-my-mothers-hands.html

The Good Shepherd ANA BRAGA-HENEBRY'S JOURNAL - May 4, 2015 I saw this at my sister's Abbey website this morning. May God bless the Abbess Mother Franziska OSB. A few years ago I was presented with an African Benedictine goodbye, with the remark: "This is for you, dear Mama." He gave me a grateful smile, along with a work of art from his Tanzanian homeland. I am the Good Shepherd. (Jn 10:11) Spiritual Impulse Jesus, the Good Shepherd who knows me, carries me on his arms, loves me, looking for me, leads me, heals me and delivered me ...http://anabragahenebrysjournal.blogspot.com/2015/05/i-saw-this-at-my-sisters-abbey-website.html

Books Read in the Past Week SEMPER GAUDETE! - May 2, 2015 Books read for the first time are marked with a # Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read. Sunday book(s) "In A Great Tradition Tribute to Dame Laurentia McLachlan,Abbess of Stanbrook"by The Benedictines of Stanbrook( Rumer Godden wrote in "In This House of Brede": "All of the charactersin this book are imaginary, but many of thehttp://semper-gaudete.blogspot.com/2015/05/books-read-in-past-week.html

Books Read in the Past Week SEMPER GAUDETE! - April 25, 2015 Books read for the first time are marked with a # Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read. Sunday book(s) "In A Great Tradition Tribute to Dame Laurentia McLachlan,Abbess of Stanbrook"by The Benedictines of Stanbrook( Rumer Godden wrote in "In This House of Brede": "All of the charactersin this book are imaginary, but many of thehttp://semper-gaudete.blogspot.com/2015/04/books-read-in-past-week_25.html

Books Read in the Past Week SEMPER GAUDETE! - April 18, 2015 Books read for the first time are marked with a # Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read. Sunday book(s) "In A Great TraditionTribute to Dame Laurentia McLachlan,Abbess of Stanbrook"by The Benedictines of Stanbrook( Rumer Godden wrote in "In This House of Brede": "All of the charactersin this book are imaginary, but many of thehttp://semper-gaudete.blogspot.com/2015/04/books-read-in-past-week_18.html

Books Read in the Past Week SEMPER GAUDETE! - April 11, 2015 Books read for the first time are marked with a # Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read. Sunday book(s) "In A Great TraditionTribute to Dame Laurentia McLachlan,Abbess of Stanbrook" #by The Benedictines of Stanbrook( Rumer Godden wrote in "In This House of Brede": "All of the charactersin this book are imaginary, but many of thehttp://semper-gaudete.blogspot.com/2015/04/books-read-in-past-week_11.html

Books Read in the Past Week SEMPER GAUDETE! - April 4, 2015 Books read for the first time are marked with a # Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read. Sunday books "In A Great TraditionTribute to Dame Laurentia McLachlan,Abbess of Stanbrook" #by The Benedictines of Stanbrook( Rumer Godden wrote in "In This House of Brede": "All of the charactersin this book are imaginary, but many of thehttp://semper-gaudete.blogspot.com/2015/04/books-read-in-past-week.html

Books Read in the Past Week SEMPER GAUDETE! - March 28, 2015 Books read for the first time are marked with a # Books, (except Sunday books) are grouped by author, and not necessarily in the order read. Sunday books "Sunshine and Freckles" # by Fr. Francis J. Finn, S.J. [fiction] (free online book) "In A Great TraditionTribute to Dame Laurentia McLachlan,Abbess of Stanbrook" #by The Benedictines of Stanbrook( Rumer Godden wrote in "In Thishttp://semper-gaudete.blogspot.com/2015/03/books-read-in-past-week_28.html

Promulgation of Decrees by Congregation for Causes of Saints VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - March 18, 2015 http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/03/promulgation-of-decrees-by-congregation.html

St. Walburga, Benedictine Nun and First Woman Author in England and Germany CATHOLIC FIRE - February 25, 2015 Today is the feast of St. Walburga (710 - 777) missionary, Benedictine nun, author, and abbess of Hiedenheim. St. Walburga was born in Wessex, England, about 710, the daughter of St. Richard and Winna, the sister of St. Boniface. She had two brothers, St. Willibald and St. Winibald. When St. Richard set out for a pilgrimage to the Holy Land with his sons, he entrusted 11-year-old Walburga to to the abbess of Wimborne. She was educated by the nuns at ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/02/st-walburga-benedictine-nun-and-first.html

Doctor of the Church Who? THE CURT JESTER - February 23, 2015 ... his prayers are included in the Divine Liturgy celebrated each Sunday in Armenian Churches around the world. St. Gregory's masterpiece is considered to be his Book of Lamentations . Also known as Narek , it is comprised of 95 prayers, each of which is titled "Conversation with God from the depth of the heart." A central theme is man's separation from God, and his quest to reunite with Him. St. Gregory described the work this way: "Its letters like my body, its message like my soul." He called ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/splendoroftruth/lNZE/~3/y1iaZ4eBIOw/

A Happy Birthday! ANA BRAGA-HENEBRY'S JOURNAL - February 11, 2015 ... cookies after dinner, and I did eat two of them--each bite was so worth it! I did make an allowance on my diet for them! Thank you my friend! Mom called after that from Texas, and it is always such a treat to chat with her! :-) Then Number Seven gave me this cutest bowl she made in Art at school: Thank You Number Seven! The boys all emailed or texted me with their happy-birthday wishes... and Number Five had a fun post on Facebook, and again my eyes filled with tears... and again they were ...http://anabragahenebrysjournal.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-happy-birthday.html

New: "A Time of Renewal: Daily Reflections for the Lenten Season" INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - February 9, 2015 Now available from Ignatius Press: A Time of Renewal: Daily Reflections for the Lenten Season Mother Mary Francis, P.C.C. Mother Mary Francis, abbess of a Poor Clare Monastery for over forty years, left an enduring legacy in her writings and in the conferences she gave to her spiritual daughters. In this work she presents beautiful meditations on the liturgical season of Lent, revealing the treasures of the liturgy to Christians in all walks of life. Her insight into ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/02/new-a-time-of-renewal-daily-reflections-for-the-lenten-season.html

Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival CATHOLIC FIRE - February 8, 2015 ... Snippets, where we share posts from the previous week. Here are my posts: The Presentation of the Lord (Candlemas) Novena to Our Lady of Lourdes Begins Today St. Blaise and the blessing of the throats Best Catholic Books for Lent 2015 Pope approves martyrdom of Oscar Romero St. Agatha, a patron for those with breast cancer St. Paul Miki and Companions: Martyrs 7 QT: Lenten Ideas 2015 St. Colette: Abbess, Mystic, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/02/sunday-snippets-catholic-carnival_8.html

St. Colette: Abbess, Mystic, Reformer CATHOLIC FIRE - February 7, 2015 The saint of the day is St. Colette, founder of the Poor Clare Colettines. Colette was a miracle baby, born to parents over sixty years of age, who had been praying for a child to Nicholas of Myra. Born at Corbie in Picardy, France in 1381, Nicolette was named in honor of St. Nicholas and was known by her nickname, Colette. Quiet and hard-working, Colette was a pious child who demonstrated a sensitive and loving nature. When Colette was 17, both of her parents died and was left her in the ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/02/st-colette-abbess-mystic-reformer.html

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