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Merry Christmas, Everyone! BACK BAY VIEW - December 29, 2016 ... the evenings, we've become lured in by The Crown , and I spent a few indulgent hours lost in an Agatha Christie novel. All in all, a very cheerful and satisfying Christmas. I offer my prayer that everyone finds the joy and peace of Christmas in their hearts and throughout the ...http://backbayview.blogspot.com/2016/12/merry-christmas-everyone.html
Happy 80th Birthday, Reality! CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 20, 2016 ... the event on last Wednesday night, Redemptorist Provincial, Fr Dan Baragry CSsR, said that any 80th birthday was worth celebrating, but to have survived this length and in the climate in which we live was nothing short of a miracle. Fr Baragry was addressing around 60 people associated with the popular religious publication – former editors, current staff, contributors and volunteer distributors. The magazine's 80 years of circulation was a sign of its "resilience and ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/happy-80th-birthday-reality.html
Thanksgiving Daybook SHOWER OF ROSES - December 10, 2016 ... side dishes for me my kids to cook! It all came together. So grateful for lots of help! I am thankful... The kids had so much fun sharing our recent news with their youngest Uncle who hadn't head yet! Celebrating the liturgical year... The feast of St. Catherine of Alexandria is tomorrow... We usually bake a heart shape cake but this year I think we are going to use Twinkle Toes' new pan (from her When Calls the Heart Birthday Party ) and make heart shaped cakelets instead! ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/8wtDWpycJc0/thanksgiving-daybook.html
O Antiphons Ornaments & Gift Package Giveaway SHOWER OF ROSES - December 4, 2016 ... is the Vigil of Christmas. The Benedictine monks arranged these antiphons with a definite purpose. If one starts with the last title and takes the first letter of each one - E mmanuel, R ex, O riens, C lavis, R adix, A donai, S apientia - the Latin words ero cras are formed, meaning, "Tomorrow, I will come." Therefore, the Lord Jesus, whose coming we have prepared for in Advent and whom we have addressed in these seven Messianic titles, now speaks to us, "Tomorrow, I will come." So the "O ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/V2nCUO1ZDoI/o-antiphons.html