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Saint Rita of Cascia: Patron of Impossible Causes CATHOLIC FIRE - May 21, 2015 ... life returned. On three separate occasions, she asked to be admitted to the Augustinian Nuns, but her request was refused each time, and she returned home to Rocca Porrena. One night, as Rita was praying, she heard someone call her name and a knock on the door. Miraculously she was instantly transported to the Augustinian monastery. Astonished at the miracle, the nuns received Rita, and accepted her as one of their own. St. Rita lived a very austere life and performed many severe penances. ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/05/saint-rita-of-cascia-patron-of.html

The Logic of 'Gay Marriage' FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - May 10, 2015 (Sixth Sunday of Easter (B): This homily was given on May 10, 2015 at St. Pius X Church, Westerly, R.I., by Fr. Raymond Suriani. Read 1 John 4: 7-10; John 15: 9-17.) [For the audio version of this homily, click here: Sixth Sunday of Easter 2015 ] On this Mother's Day, here are some words to describe mothers: · Expendable · Unnecessary · Replaceable · Optional · Dispensable · Nonessential · Unimportant Aren't ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-logic-of-gay-marriage.html

Holy Father's Catechesis on Marriage CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - May 9, 2015 Pope Francis offered us a beautiful catechesis on marriage in last Wednesday's General Audience. I am going to incorporate it into the homily I give in weddings. Here it is. The original is Italian. The English translation is from the Osservatore Romano. Dear Brothers and Sisters, Good morning, In our journey of catecheses on the family, today we touch directly upon the beauty of Christian marriage. It is not merely a ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2015/05/holy-fathers-catechesis-on-marriage/

It's All About Wine GETTING TO THE POINT - May 3, 2015 ... directees. They are an older couple, both previously married, and so with all their adult children in attendance. My homily was well received by all in attendance, and someone suggested it would be good for my blog. The Gospel was the wedding feast at Cana, and I essentially meditated upon that story for a few minutes. I will change the names of the couple, for their own privacy. But here it is, after the break: a few thoughts about wine and weddings, banquets and what it all ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2015/05/its-all-about-wine.html

The Taste of Our Redemption: Crucifixion, Consummation, and Christ's Catholic Special Forces GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - May 3, 2015 ... for being holy. As the blood runs down Jesus' Holy Face from the Sacred Wounds caused by the thorns, you experience on your lips the taste of mankind's redemption. It tastes like Christ's Precious Blood; it is the taste of reparation. HIS CARRYING OF THE CROSS As Jesus carries the Cross to Mount Calvary, you see His devout faithful carrying their various crosses in life also by His side, some unified with Him completely. Jesus is aware of all the collective human suffering as He takes all upon ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-taste-of-our-redemption-crucifixion.html

He Makes It Up to Us GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - April 28, 2015 ... arrogantly and defiantly rejected. Our Lord makes a comparison between the two, and then draws the catastrophic homily made four days ago by another one of His defiant shepherds into the lesson. During that homily, Father mystically struck you in the heart with a lance. Man's defiance destroys sacrificial love. Defiance destroys our love for one another within Christ's Catholic Church, within our parish families, and within marriages. That ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2015/04/he-makes-it-up-to-us.html

Who's Up for a Happy Ending? GETTING TO THE POINT - March 15, 2015 ... Sunday of Lent--Laetare Sunday--after the break. Enjoy! Traditionally this Sunday has been known as Laetare Sunday – Rejoice Sunday – based on the first word of the Entrance Antiphon of the Mass. 'Rejoice, Jerusalem. Be glad for her, you who love her; rejoice for her, you who mourned for her.' In the midst of Lent, which is supposed to be a serious, sober, reflective time, we have this Sunday where the invitation is to rejoice, to be glad, to take heart because of the hope of our ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2015/03/whos-up-for-happy-ending.html

Carrying Our Crosses CARING CATHOLIC CONVERT - February 6, 2015 ... travails, uniting them with Christ's suffering. We know, as Catholics, that though we may not understand why a loved one was taken from us too soon, we know that their suffering and ours, united with Christ's suffering can move great mountains in prayer. This means that every single cross that we carry, be it a bad marriage, a sick child or even just "too much month left over at the end of the money," our difficulties have multiple purposes. We can carry our crosses, offer ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CaringCatholicConvert/~3/UgP0gaLzaA8/carrying-our-crosses.html