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7 Quick Takes Vol. 28 CATHOLIC HISTORY NERD - September 26, 2014 ... getting over strep throat, so there has been much laziness on the couch in sweatpants. The Southern Baron proved once again that Louisianans make excellent husbands by cooking me gumbo and gallantly fetching me all the seltzer my feverish heart desired. The one upside to being sick is that it gave me lots of time to catch up on online television like Ken Burn's new documentary The Roosevelts . It has a mellow vibe but is also fascinating, with lots of Aaron Copeland piano in ...http://www.catholichistorynerd.com/2014/09/7-quick-takes-vol-28.html

Closing Ceremony Homily As Deliverd by Bishop Finn, Sept. 13, 2014 SISTER MARIE DE MANDAT-GRANCEY, DC, SERVANT OF GOD, FOUNDRES - September 17, 2014 ... Meryem Ana Evi, Mary's House, in the modern era. On the flight to Turkey I met Mrs. Erin Von Uffel, and in her, I met Sr. Marie. If you know Sr. Marie you probably know Erin and her good friend and co-worker, Lorraine Fusaro. If you know Erin and Lorraine, you certainly have heard the story of Sr. Marie de Mandat-Grancey. I wish to acknowledge Erin Von Uffel, Vice-Postulator of the Cause, and Lorraine Fusaro. They are also co-founders of the Sr. Marie de Mandat-Grancey Foundation, and their ...http://srmarie-lorraine.blogspot.com/2014/09/closing-ceremony-homily-as-deliverd-by.html

And More on Hans Urs Von Balthasar PERSPECTIVE - August 19, 2014 After seeing Karen Kilby's talk in my previous post, I was intrigued to see that Fr. Baron had a couple of video talks on von Balthasar as well. Usually I find Fr. Baron too conservative, but his take on the Swiss Jesuit was interesting ... I didn't know, for instance, that he was a fan of Mozart :) ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2014/08/and-more-on-hans-urs-von-balthasar.html

Saint of the Day: Jane Frances De Chantel DA MIHI ANIMAS - August 12, 2014 ... Jeanne was 18 months old. Married in 1592 at age twenty to Baron de Chantal. Mother of four. Widowed at 28 when the Baron was killed in a hunting accident and died in her arms. Taking a personal vow of chastity, she was forced to live with her father-in-law, which was a period of misery for her. She spent her free time in prayer, and received a vision of the man who would become her spiritual director. In Lent, 1604, she met Saint Francis de Sales, and ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/08/saint-of-day-jane-frances-de-chantel.html

St. Jane Frances De Chantal CATHOLIC FIRE - August 12, 2014 ... in her role as wife and mother and administrator of a large property which gave her a chance to practice great charity toward the poor. She set up soup kitchens and ovens to bake bread to feed the hungry of the neighborhood, she went to the homes of the sick to serve them as nurse and housekeeper, she organized a sort of relief work on a large scale, involving her servants and friends in her charitable interests. About two weeks after the birth of her sixth child, her husband, Christophe, was ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/08/st-jane-frances-de-chantal.html

St. Jane Frances De Chantal ATONEMENTONLINE - August 11, 2014 St. Jane Frances de Chantal was born in 1572 and came from a noble family, her father gave her in marriage to the Baron von Chantal in 1592. She was a loving wife and mother, and she brought up her children as faithful Catholics, teaching them the importance of obeying God's laws, and always showing kindness to others. She was extremely generous to the poor, and she made a personal vow that she would never turn away anybody who was in need. Her family was a very happy one, ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/08/st-jane-frances-de-chantal.html

7 Summer Quick Takes CATHOLIC HISTORY NERD - July 24, 2014 http://www.catholichistorynerd.com/2014/07/7-summer-quick-takes.html

Great Moments in Opera: Der Rosenkavalier ALL MANNER OF THING - July 16, 2014 ... long-time librettist, Hugo von Hoffmannsthal, have made more of it than a brief plot sketch would suggest. Consider, for instance, the long monologue which the Marschellin sings at the end of Act I; in it, she reflects on growing old, the inevitable passage of time, and mortality. It's a melancholy monologue, but Strauss has infused it with a delicate, beguiling beauty that resonates graciously in the ear. Here is Kiri Te Kanawa singing it, with English subtitles: We can hear the same music ...http://cburrell.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/great-moments-in-opera-der-rosenkavalier/

Fr. Robert Baron Comments on Bill Maher's Take on the Bible and Other Religious Topics WHERE THE RUBBER HITS THE ROAD - June 28, 2014 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/oOuOI/~3/W39l_Q7ybZg/fr-robert-baron-comments-on-bill-mahers.html

A Little Something Extra...The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - June 22, 2014 http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2014/06/a-little-something-extrathe-solemnity_22.html

At the Elizabethan Court TEA AT TRIANON - June 8, 2014 http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2014/06/at-elizabethan-court.html

My Dive Bar Catholic High School CATHOLIC HISTORY NERD - June 6, 2014 ... drive I filled the Southern Baron in on more quirky details of my tiny Catholic school, like the locker situation. Me : "So the Sevvies get these tiny boxes, but the high school ones are huge enough for a couple people to share." Him : "Wait, you SHARED a locker? What if you want to lock it?" Me : "Oh, nobody has a lock. There's just a general sense of trust, and it's not like you have anything worth taking in there. I shared with the J and K last names all four years." ...http://www.catholichistorynerd.com/2014/06/my-dive-bar-catholic-high-school.html