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ST FAUSTINA AND THE IMAGE OF DIVINE MERCY (by David Clayton) and WHAT DOES DIVINE MERCY ACTUALLY MEAN IN CATHOLIC TRADIT MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - February 9, 2016 ... you. In overflowing wrath for a moment I hid my face from you, but with everlasting love I will have compassion on you, says the Lord, your Redeemer. "For this is like the days of Noah to me: as I swore that the waters of Noah should no more go over the earth, so I have sworn that I will not be angry with you and will not rebuke you. For the mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you, and my covenant of peace ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2016/02/st-faustina-and-image-of-divine-mercy.html

Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - January 24, 2016 ... invisible Kingdom of God is also part of the Body of Christ because it is composed of all the saints who have persevered in their living faith in Christ, therefore receiving their just eternal reward and salvation. The visible is our first step; the invisible is our final step. The visible is our journey and blessed hope towards the invisible; the invisible is our eternal joy and peace in the continuous Divine presence of our Lord God and all His heavenly creations. In His proclamation, Jesus ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2016/01/homily-for-today.html

Helps and Models in the Dark Night: Making Prayerful Acts of Faith, Hope and Love. ABBEY ROADS - January 8, 2016 ... the Holy Face exemplified the need, the wisdom of resorting to so called formulaic prayers. Traditional prayers such as making frequent Acts of Faith in her experience of the dark night of reparation - which theologians believe she suffered, accompanying those who have no faith: 'seated at the table of sinners' as she so famously phrased it. Today the Church seems to be immersed in the greatest night of faith ever, leading to great suffering among faithful Catholics, ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2016/01/helps-and-models-in-dark-night-making.html

Entering the Year of Mercy: Are You Willing to Take the "Rahner Challenge"? THE YEAR OF MERCY AND SANCTITY MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - December 20, 2015 ... engaging the demands of the Gospel, where to be a true follower of Jesus means to be engaged in a community of cultural and sometimes even political resistance. Rayner even muses on how communication in the future will be decentralized and global, suggesting that he imagined something like the world wide web twenty-five years before it was born. But as prophetic as The Christian of the Future may be, its ultimate message is neatly summed up in a statement found in another of Rahner's books, ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/12/entering-year-of-mercy-are-you-willing.html

Why Won't the Catholic Church "Get With the Times" and Ordain Women Priests? SEASONS OF GRACE - December 12, 2015 ... attention (which it did) or to cross a line (which it did). The story was reported in the August issue of The Catholic Mirror , the diocesan Catholic newspaper. * * * * * It's a good time to take up the question: WHY CAN'T WOMEN BE PRIESTS IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH ? There are women pastors in the Presbyterian church and even a female bishop in the Episcopal church, and they can be very effective preachers, leading people toward greater holiness. Women already occupy positions in the Catholic ...http://kathyschiffer.com/why-do-catholics-do-that/why-wont-the-catholic-church-get-with-the-times-and-ordain-women-priests/

Host a Sensing the Saints St. Nicholas Learn-And-Playdate (with FREE PRINTABLE Plans!) TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - December 6, 2015 ... was from (Turkey) and located the country on a globe. chatted about what a saint is and expanded on kids' ideas with the thoughts that: We are saints on earth when we love Jesus Christ and follow his teachings. There are also saints in heaven, some of whom are named, like St. Nicholas. The saints are saints that are canonized. One thing that happens before a saint is canonized is a miracle – or two. Storytime We then chatted about how St. Nicholas was known to have been ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2015/12/st-nicholas-playdate.html

SAINT AUGUSTINE ON MONASTICISM by Fr Hugh Feiss MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - December 3, 2015 ... ought to have": The monks should practice this zeal with the warmest love: "Let them strive to be the first to honor one another" (Rom 12.10). They should bear each other's weaknesses of both body and character with the utmost patience. They must compete with one another in obedience. No one should pursue what he judges advantageous to himself, but rather what benefits others. They must show selfless love to the brothers. Let them fear God out of ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/12/saint-augustine-on-monasticism-by-fr.html

Be Ready to Go at a Moment's Notice (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - November 29, 2015 If there are a phrase that summarizes our readings, it might be, "Be sober and alert." Neither the letter from Saint Paul, nor the Lord himself, says it quite that way – but that's the message. "Strengthen your hearts," Saint Paul says. Don't become "drowsy" from "carousing and drunkenness," Jesus says – "be vigilant." There are two good reasons that people need to remain sober: first, so they can act quickly; and second, so they make good judgments. If you are ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2015/11/be-ready-to-go-at-moments-notice-sunday.html

This Is Hardly the Stuff of Kingship ... Or Is It? DA MIHI ANIMAS - November 22, 2015 ... our king bears his in glory. Perhaps we need to cry out: "Where are you, God?" And today we are given the answer: God is hanging on a tree, in the broken body of a young man -- arms outstretched to embrace us, and gently asking us to climb up onto the cross with him, and look at the world from an entirely new perspective. Or perhaps we need to cry out for mercy, asking that he not forget us in the New Jerusalem: "Jesus, remember me, when you come into your kingdom." And from the depth of our ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/11/this-is-hardly-stuff-of-kingship-or-is.html

What Is the Catholic Understanding of the Gospel? PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - November 17, 2015 ... of "salvation" is also closely linked with the gospel. Forms of the words "save" and "salvation" appear 129 times in the New Testament and hundreds of times in the Old Testament. Also, if we consider the immediate context of the "gospel" passages, these save/salvation words appear much more frequently than other terms that refer to Jesus' work, such as "justification", "sanctification", or "redemption". In other words, the way the New Testament speaks of the gospel, Christ is its central ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2015/11/what-is-catholic-understanding-of-gospel.html

"I Did Not Have Sex With That Woman ..." of Course, It Depends on What Your Definition of Sex and Sexuality Is ... ABBEY ROADS - November 16, 2015 Famous words. I manipulated former President Clinton's words to demonstrate the confusion of language in our times regarding sexuality and sexual acts and identity. Deacon Russell stepped into it with his recent post for Crisis. I like Deacon Russell. You can read what Deacon has to say here . [Homosexuality is not Sexuality] Dan Mattson has an article touching on the subject, and pretty much makes what Deacon Russell is saying more understandable for 'simple souls' ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/11/i-did-not-have-sex-with-that-woman-of.html

De Mattei: The Pharisees and Sadducees of Our Time RORATE CÆLI - November 11, 2015 ... Church's teachings or good intentions, in order to sit in the chair of Moses and judge, sometimes with superiority and superficiality, difficult cases and wounded families" if not "the Pharisees who were making religion […] a [never-ending] chain of commandments"? (June 26th 2014). A Pharisee seems to be anyone who defends, with stubborn pride, the existence of commandments, laws and the absolute, mandatory rules of the Church. Yet, who were the Pharisees exactly? When Jesus began His ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/11/de-mattei-pharisees-and-sadducees-of.html

St. Peter Damien - A New Translation of the Book of Gomorrah ... ABBEY ROADS - November 7, 2015 ... accepted in the first place. Now if only someone would redeem the reputation of St. Aelred from claims that he is some sort of gay friendship guru and gay saint. From the Catholic World Report interview: Ite ad Thomam Books and Media has now published a rigorous and careful translation ofThe Book of Gomorrah, praised by scholars as "highly readable", "clear and well-articulated", and "excellent and accurate". Carl E. Olson, editor of Catholic World Report, recently corresponded with the ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/11/st-peter-damien-new-translation-of-book.html

Sunday Word, 01 Nov 15 TO FIND FRUIT - November 1, 2015 ... life challenge us or lacerate our lives. The saints—known and unknown—are our many friends ; their lives remind us that the communion of "friends in the Lord" is diverse. No one way of living leads us to enjoy our destiny as God's new creation. Expanding our hearts to deepen our loving care leads us. That allows Jesus' Spirit to fashion us now more like him and one day recreate us fully as his friends who shall be like God and share God's life forever. What to do with this ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2015/11/sunday-word-01-nov-15.html

The Priestly Vocation, a Calling From God CATHOLIC HOTDISH - October 25, 2015 The Letter to the Hebrews says that, when it comes to the priesthood, "no one takes this honor upon himself but only when called by God" (Heb 5:4). The priesthood is a special calling. When someone says, "I have decided to be a priest," it is cause for caution. Too often those who desire to be priests "want to stand and pray in the synagogues … so that others might see them" (Mt 6:5); or, "love places of honor" (Mt 23:6), or "the salutation ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/YNgVMnbIVtI/

There's the Door THE THEOLOGY OF DAD - October 23, 2015 ... over children. I knew enough about this to decide never become a school teacher, but obviously not enough to avoid all like occasions. The new position was one where I took a far more patient and gentle approach. That wasn't good enough for certain elements who thought I wasn't harsh enough. I knew, however, that as soon as I started to severely discipline the kids, I would be out. It's a no-win situation. I know that now, completely, finally. But because a layman is completely without any ...http://thetheologyofdad.blogspot.com/2015/10/theres-door.html

Let Us Pray for the Synod REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - October 16, 2015 ... relationships confirm and deepen this union and allow the Lord to work through you. The profound and the ordinary moments of daily life - mealtimes, workdays, vacations, expressions of love and intimacy, household chores, caring for a sick child or elderly parent, and even conflicts over things like how to celebrate holidays, discipline children, or spend money- all are the threads from which you can weave a pattern of holiness." This same pastoral letter ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2015/10/let-us-pray-for-synod.html

Disordered and Disorderly Conduct. ABBEY ROADS - October 13, 2015 Out of order. Disorderly conduct is a legal charge for improper conduct - or breaking the law. For instance - a person can be arrested for public sex acts or public nudity - indecency. The charge is usually disorderly conduct. Disordered. Public drunkenness is another act for which a person can be charged with disorderly conduct. The conduct is disordered. It's the same with sin. Sin is disorderly conduct. Today gay people do not want homosexual behavior cited as ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/10/disordered-and-disorderly-conduct.html