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Feast of St. James, Apostle JOE CATHOLIC - July 25, 2014 ... priests to tend the flock of God entrusted to them, not domineering over them but being exemplary in their behaviour (cf. 1 Pet 5:1–3); and St Paul also was clear on this service : though he was "free from all men", he became the servant of all in order to win all (cf. 1 Cor 9:19ff; 2 Cor 4:5). Christ's "service" of mankind aims at salvation. The phrase "to give his life as a ransom for many" is in line with the terminology of liturgical sacrificial ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/07/feast-of-st-james-apostle.html
Vengeance, Anger, and Looking Ahead A CATHOLIC CITIZEN IN AMERICA - July 13, 2014 ... metaphor-challenged 20th century American. ( October 13, 2013 ; January 14, 2011 ) I also don't have to guess what verses of the Bible 'really mean.' My Lord gave Peter authority that's been passed along without a break for two millennia. It's not just 'the Bible and me:' I learn from sacred Tradition, Sacred Scripture and the Magisterium. ( Matthew 16:16 - 19 ; Catechism, 65 - 95 , 2032 - 2040 ) That's "Tradition" with a capital "T," by the way: a living ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ACatholicCitizenInAmerica/~3/txWgWB9_FGg/vengeance-anger-and-looking-ahead.html
Sabbath Rest, 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS - July 5, 2014 ... why we find it in Jesus. The words of The Lord Jesus that we just heard just now are among the most popular bible quotes, popular because pretty much all of striving humanity experiences itself as "labour[ing] and heavy laden" and in need of "rest for your souls"(Mt 11:28;29). And so this Bible verse frequently produces a pious sigh within us. Yes, I know He forgives me, that He loves me, yet, the promise that He will give me "rest" is a ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2014/07/sabbath-rest-14th-sunday-in-ordinary_6.html
M-Ai întrebat: Difficulties With Married Clergy & Other Questions Answered by Father FEAR NOT LITTLE FLOCK - May 30, 2014 ... translations from the Romanian of some hymns and prayers. What Bible do you use for lectio divina? I use the 'Orthodox Study Bible,' the Douay Rheims translation as well as the New American Bible. Curious Roman/Latin rite reader here: How does the process take for someone like yourself to receive bi-ritual facilities and get permission from both Eastern and Latin-rite diocesan bishops? In general, both bishops must give faculties- beginning ...http://remnantofremnant.blogspot.com/2014/05/m-ai-intrebat-difficulties-with-married.html
"I Am the Way and the Truth and the Life." CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - May 15, 2014 ... that He alone is the Way, the Truth and the Life. Our Discussion Questions will guide your Sunday Bible Study sessions with family, friends and church groups. This Sunday's Gospel text is taken from St. John's account of the Last Supper. That the Church gives us this Last Supper discourse of Jesus for an Easter Season Eucharist is illuminative. These words are spoken to us now by the Risen Lord, truly alive and present in our midst. In this gospel we find things that Jesus ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/05/i-am-way-and-truth-and-life.html
Trent and the Gospel: A Reply to Tim Challies CALLED TO COMMUNION - May 7, 2014 ... "Does the Bible Teach Sola Fide ?" One of the criticisms Tim received in response to that post was the following: "You do not understand the Roman Catholic view of justification; if you understood Catholic theology you would see the pope as a defender of truth rather than an opponent of truth." So Tim responded on May 6th with a follow-up article titled " Anti-Catholic or Pro-Gospel? ," in which he seeks to show not only that he understands the Catholic doctrine of ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/05/trent-and-the-gospel-a-reply-to-tim-challies/
Navarre Bible Commentary:Friday, 2nd Week of Easter JOE CATHOLIC - May 2, 2014 ... being an expression of Jesus' mercy towards the needy, is a symbol of the Blessed Eucharist, about which our Lord will speak a little later on (cf. Jn 6:26–58). 6:12–13. The profusion of detail shows how accurate this narrative is—the names of the apostles who address our Lord (vv. 5, 8), the fact that they were barley loaves (v. 9), the boy who provided the wherewithal (v. 9) and, finally, Jesus telling them to gather up the left-overs. This miracle shows Jesus' divine power ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/05/navarre-bible-commentary-friday-2nd.html