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The Joy of the Gospel - Pope Francis- Evangelii Gaudium BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - November 30, 2016 ... shared the photo saying that this is what our son has, and she can only hope if his goes active that he is as respected and cared about. Now to be honest I started this book a few times, and never finished it. Then recently I picked it up and read it through. I do not believe that anyone can read this book and not be touched. Readers will be challenged to grow in joy by encounters with Jesus, and through that joy to witness to the world. This is a call to love and be loved. To be transformed ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/B6ONRPEex2o/the-joy-of-gospel-pope-francis.html

Get Over It 'OD'S BLOG! - November 21, 2016 ... Morality is objective and objectively binding on all of us. But religion is, in large part, an act of conscious submission to that morality. One might, in theory, be sincere atheist, in which case you cannot be faulted for not loving God. But even so, not loving God means you have a huge additional reason for ignoring your innate conscience, your awareness of right and wrong, in favour of personal advantage. And above and beyond that, Christianity seems to have the best track record of all in ...http://odsblog.blogspot.com/2016/11/get-over-it.html

The Copley-Maryland Connection TEA AT TRIANON - November 10, 2016 ... styles him 'e primariis inter profugos Anglos.' He was the eldest son of Sir Roger Copley by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Shelley of Michelgrove, a judge of the common pleas [q. v.], and was one of the coheirs of Thomas, last lord Hoo and Hastings, whose title he claimed and sometimes assumed. Lord Hoo's daughter Jane married his great-grandfather, Sir Roger Copley. Another daughter married Sir Geoffrey Boleyn, and was the great-grandmother of Anne Boleyn. The lords of the manor ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2016/11/the-copley-maryland-connection.html

That Election: C S Lewis Comments FR HUNWICKE'S MUTUAL ENRICHMENT - November 8, 2016 "Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons that under omnipotent moral busibodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some time be satisfied; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end, for they do so with the approval of their ownhttp://liturgicalnotes.blogspot.com/2016/11/that-election-c-s-lewis-comments.html

The Spectre Bridegroom and the Immortal Love for Ghost Stories CRISIS MAGAZINE - October 24, 2016 ... whole host of otherworldly fantasies to provide a context whereby men might consider and judge things beyond ken. These numinous weavings provide the backbone to most home-spun stories and rustic legends involving spirits, supernatural beings, and the walking dead. Such time-rusted tales reveal an undeniable fervor in the quest, seeking earnestly for answers to cosmic questions arising from the primal and mystical sensitivity of the human spirit. What are the secrets behind the inscrutable ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/lHQB83d4oag/spectre-bridegroom-immortal-love-ghost-stories

French Church Delegation Makes Pilgrimage to Mark Korea's Greatest Persecution Anniversary CLERICAL WHISPERS - October 15, 2016 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/10/french-church-delegation-makes.html

Opera Wednesday IN OTHER WORDS - October 12, 2016 I t's one of our favorites here, and I don't think I ever get tired of seeing it - the spectacular Act Two of Puccini's Tosca , featuring Maria Callas as Tosca and Tito Gobbi as Baron Scarpia, from Covent Garden in London. This was a special performance of Act Two, staged for ITV and broadcast in February, 1964. The television audience was twice that of the Winter Olympics on BBC.http://hadleyblog.blogspot.com/2016/10/opera-wednesday.html