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ALL Things Work for Good (17.A) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - July 30, 2017 ... disproportion between the sufferings we endure in this life" and our future reward. Earthly sufferings just don't compare with heavenly glory. This is a logical conclusion—we think like this all the time when we undergo something painful, whether it's chemotherapy or surgery or even dieting, because the gain far outweighs the pain. The second ground of encouragement, which we read last week, is that "the Spirit helps us in our weakness." We don't face suffering alone: we ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2017/07/all-things-work-for-good-17a.html

Starting Liturgy of the Hours in the Parish BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - July 3, 2017 Last week, after some planning, we began praying the Liturgy of the Hours -- aka, the Divine Office or the Breviary. I lead it at 7:30 am, which means we end before the Rosary, which usually starts about 7:45 am; Mass is at 8:15 am (that is, excepting Wednesday when it's at 6:15 pm). Some of the planning involved deciding what books to order; I got the slender, "Shorter Christian Prayer," which will be the easiest to use, most of the time; but it has only the major feast ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2017/07/starting-liturgy-of-hours-in-parish.html

Seeking to Make Some Sense of the Lord's Ascension Καθολικός διάκονος - May 28, 2017 ... Ascension has been transferred from Thursday in sixth week of Easter to what would normally be the Seventh Sunday of Easter. Part of what bothers me is that this transfer throws off what might be called our "liturgical arithmetic." According to Acts 1:3 - Jesus "presented himself alive to [the apostles] by many proofs after he had suffered, appearing to them during forty days and speaking about the kingdom of God." As the beginning of the footnote to this ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/05/seeking-to-make-some-sense-of-lords.html

Year a Sixth Sunday of Easter Καθολικός διάκονος - May 21, 2017 ... a Christian (i.e., one who has sanctified Christ as Lord in her heart) remains a person of hope who is willing and able to explain the reason for her hope: Jesus Christ. Considering Jesus' teaching in the Beatitudes (see Matthew 5:10 ), a Christian might say that it is blessed to suffer for doing good. In the end, even if it only amounts to suffering wrongs patiently, which is one of the Spiritual Works of Mercy, is perhaps the most telling sign that someone has sanctified Christ as Lord in ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/05/year-sixth-sunday-of-easter.html

Deepen Your Prayer Life Through Exclamations G-MANS JOURNEY - May 21, 2017 ... job? Make your exclamation: Give us this day our daily bread . Feeling particularly conscious of a sin on a certain day? Forgive us our debts . Find yourself filled with a desire for things of heaven? Thy kingdom come . 3. Enrich your experience of the Mass. Exclamations are not meant just to be said alone. Some are intended to be said at specific parts of the Mass, according to traditional devotionals. Here are some examples: When the host is raised up: My Lord and my God . For the chalice: ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2017/05/deepen-your-prayer-life-through.html

John Martignoni Explains Why Catholics Believe and Worship As We Do. (Part 1) THECHURCHMILITANT - May 9, 2017 ... way. After all, do you take a lamb or a goat or pigeons to be sacrificed when you go and confess your sins?" Fair question. No, we're not bound by the Old Testament law any more. However, I would like you to consider two New Testament passages that are relevant here. The first is 2 Tim 3:16, which says, "All scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness." All Scripture! So, keep in mind, that the Old Testament is 1) ...http://thechurchmilitant.blogspot.com/2017/05/john-martignoni-explains-why-catholics.html

John Martignoni Explains Why Catholics Believe and Worship As We Do. (Part 2) THECHURCHMILITANT - May 9, 2017 ... even ten minutes when Linda just matter-of-factly stated, "Why do Catholics worship Mary?" She wasn't hostile about it at all, she was just genuinely curious. We hadn't even been talking about religion, though, so the question caught me a bit off guard. I replied, "We don't, where did you hear that?" "My pastor said it in our Bible study this past Sunday." I went on to answer her question, and she accepted the answer with, "Oh, okay, that makes sense." So, this is a ...http://thechurchmilitant.blogspot.com/2017/05/john-martignoni-explains-why-catholics_9.html