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Praying Through Holy Week WINDOWS TO THE SOUL BLOG - April 19, 2014 It's a particular blessing for me to be living the holiest days of the year at our motherhouse in Boston, MA. Subjects for my meditation and prayer in these past three days: The abundant love of God poured out in Christ–and the power of his love to change our lives Christ's Way of Love is the way I am called to live…and my love isn't authentic until it's poured out like his Jesus's words especially, "Father, into your hands I commend my spirit" ...http://windowstothesoul.wordpress.com/2014/04/19/praying-through-holy-week/

You Will Not Leave My Soul in Hell, nor Let Your Holy One Experience Corruption – 2014 SALVE SANCTA MATER DEI - April 19, 2014 ... mourning as for an only son (Psalmody, Antiphon 1, Divine Office Holy Saturday)." "Look Well All You Peoples and See My Suffering." Good Friday Antiphon Divine Office SalveMaterDei.com, 2014 Holy Saturday begins with a mix of emotions. While a growing sense of anticipation is palpable an acute tinge of sorrow remains. Good Friday was physically and emotionally exhausting – and if celebrated deeply, it should be. By Good Friday Night ...http://salvematerdei.com/2014/04/19/you-will-not-leave-my-soul-in-hell-nor-let-your-holy-one-experience-corruption-2014/

Deo Gratias - Holy Week THOUGHTS ON GRACE - April 16, 2014 "If the only prayer you ever say in your life is thank you, it will be enough." - Meister Eckhart Deo Gratias is Latin for "Thanks be to God." Remembering to give thanks for all of our blessings, big and small, helps us to find God in our everyday moments and gives us an attitude of gratitude! I invite you to share your blessings here on Wednesdays. Be sure to sign into Mr. Linky below and grab the button. 1. Holy Week - my favorite week of the year. The liturgies. The ...http://colleenspiro.blogspot.com/2014/04/deo-gratias-holy-week.html

Oil That Heals IN GOD'S COMPANY 2 - April 15, 2014 ... forget the hypoglycemic episode with anoxic encephalopathy which means very low blood sugar and no oxygen in the brain and multiple strokes causing severe damage. I know that the healing oil changed our lives dramatically. After numerous talks of euthanasia by the doctors, Louis miraculously improved! Today Louis only suffers from amnesia (from the car accident) and diabetes, all other medical conditions have returned to normal! (How do you live without brain cells and act normal? Only by a ...http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2014/04/oil-that-heals.html

A Short Biography of "The Apostle of Ireland" for St. Patrick's Day PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - April 11, 2014 ... Breastplate", a prayer he composed on the morning of a great victory over paganism, remains to this day a popular Catholic prayer. He is called "The Apostle of Ireland" because of his tireless evangelism in that land, and is one of the Church's greatest saints. For more about St. Patrick and the conversion of Ireland, see the following resources: New Advent: St. Patrick Patron Saints Index: Saint Patrick Saint of the Day: St. Patrick St. Patrick, Confessio St. ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2013/03/a-short-biography-of-apostle-of-ireland.html

The One Thing That Can Conquer God TEN THOUSAND PLACES - April 1, 2014 In the past prayer was able to bring down punishment, rout armies, withhold the blessing of rain. Now, however, the prayer of the just turns aside the whole anger of God, keeps vigil for its enemies, pleads for persecutors. Is it any wonder that it can call down water from heaven when it could obtain fire from heaven as well? Prayer is the one thing that can conquer God. But Christ has willed that it should work no evil, ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-one-thing-that-can-conquer-god.html

Public Prayer UNAPOLOGETICALLY CATHOLIC - March 31, 2014 There is great power when you make the Sign of the Cross and say a blessing before a meal… A Simple and Public Act of Faith Family Matters: Faith @ Work Life View Larger Map by Randy Hain, Register Correspondent Saturday, Mar 29, 2014 6:56 AM Comments (10) Several weeks ago, I had lunch with one of my new clients, a senior human resources executive of an Atlanta-based company. Our working partnership had been very business-focused since the beginning, and I wanted ...http://rootofjesse2.wordpress.com/2014/03/31/public-prayer/

Lectio Divina: Liturgical Proclamation and Personal Reading NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 24, 2014 ... singing at Mass? Oh, that's a Novus Ordo thing"—forgetting that St. Pius X, Pius XI, and Pius XII, to name just the most outstanding, repeatedly urged the faithful to chant the Ordinary of the Mass, as indeed is completely fitting and easily done through regular exposure to the chant. "Read Scripture devotionally? Oh, that's a Protestant thing"—forgetting that the Bible is a Catholic book and that the saints of the Church were doing lectio divina for fifteen centuries before the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/gi3QFW5-h1Q/lectio-divina-liturgical-proclamation.html

Parish News & Notes ... March 9, 2014 HOLY CROSS FAMILY OF GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN - March 20, 2014 ... Piontek as the newest members of our Holy Cross Parish Family. We look forward to having you worship with our community. Please keep in prayer the family of Debra St. Pierre whose mother passed away this week. May she rest in peace in the arms of her Savior. Our first Lenten dinner will be next Friday, March 14, from 5-7 pm in the school gym. We will be serving a creamy fish chowder and cheesy broccoli soup, a variety of salads, warm dinner rolls, and homemade desserts. Our ...http://holycrossfamily.blogspot.com/2014/03/parish-news-notes-march-9-2014.html

Walking Is an Art: Review of Chris Lowney's Pope Francis - Why He Leads the Way He Leads QUANTUM THEOLOGY - March 13, 2014 ... out from the city, it was more static than news, but it was a thread that tied me to what was happening in St. Peter's Square. At last, the scratchy voice of the Protodeacon made its way from Rome to my car on the Pennsylvania turnpike. Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum; 
habemus Papam: Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum,
 Dominum Georgium Marium
Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalem Bergoglio
qui sibi nomen imposuit Franciscum. Who was this man the Holy Spirit had brought us? My ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2014/03/walking-is-art-review-of-chris-lowneys.html

7 Quick Takes {Take 34}, Lent, Pee Pee Resolutions, Real Food, and Dance Costume Edition... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - March 7, 2014 ... week, shall we? -1- Prayer. If only I could remember to say some. I am starting off this Lent feeling a bit spiritually dry. Like anybody else, I have spiritual peaks and valleys. Going into Lent, my prayer life felt uninspired and wilty (I just made this word up ;-)). But hope springs eternal, and I set up my Lenten resolutions to act as a springboard to help me feel spiritually stronger. I LOVE Morning and Evening prayer with Magnificat, as ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/03/7-quick-takes-take-34-lent-pee-pee.html

For My Oblates . . . And Others VULTUS CHRISTI - March 5, 2014 ... This is where Holy Father Benedict meets Saint Thérèse, the Doctor of the "Little Way." The "less" of Saint Benedict is the very little thing of Thérèse: the word saved for recreation, the second or third cup of coffee, the unkind judgment nipped in the bud. Do Something The choice for life remains, all too easily, something that floats in the mist of pious aspirations without taking shape in deeds. Moses teaches that the choice for life comes down to three things: "Love ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/03/for-my-oblates-and-others/

Lent at Ephesus: An Interview With Mother Cecilia, Mother Prioress of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles CATHOLICMOM.COM - March 2, 2014 ... As Lent is nearly upon us perhaps we could hear about some aspects of your preparation for this most sacred season? We actually have a period of preparation for Lent, the season of Septuagesima, which begins two Sundays before Ash Wednesday. It is also a penitential time, but something like a warm up period before the more austere season of Lent begins. We have begun singing "Media Vita," a hymn that made St. Thomas Aquinas weep when he heard it. It calls to mind the passing away of all things ...http://catholicmom.com/2014/03/02/lent-at-ephesus-an-interview-with-mother-cecilia-mother-prioress-of-the-benedictines-of-mary-queen-of-apostles/

The Catholic Nook: Ash Wednesday LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - February 26, 2014 ... efforts he got overconfident: "Good heavens! We can't *possibly* use all these palms! 'We're all set everyone!'" And then the time came to burn the palms. *sense of foreboding* Dozens upon dozens of palms were reduced down to...a wispy bit of ashes. There was no way he was going to get enough ashes to distribute to the entire congregation. Chagrined, he placed his ash order. :0 When I was a kid, I have to be honest and admit that Ash Wednesday was never my favorite day on the liturgical ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-catholic-nook-ash-wednesday.html

February 2nd: A CLOTHING AND a FIRST PROFESSION MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - February 2, 2014 ... have to show that we are independent and have a mind of our own, that we know better than our peers and are superior to everyone else. I don't think that's an exaggerated picture of the cut and thrust of modern society. Life in a monastic community has to be the exact opposite. We follow the example of the first Christians in Jerusalem, where everything was held in common and no one thought himself to be better than anyone else. We practise "koinonia", where all things are held in common, from ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2014/02/february-2nd-clothing-and-first.html

Feast of the Presentation of the Lord Καθολικός διάκονος - February 1, 2014 http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2014/02/feast-of-presentation-of-lord_1.html

Blessed Salt. Don't Be Home Without It CATHOLICANUCK - January 29, 2014 ... blessed salt to keep a home (or office or wherever) free of evil. I do not use it a lot, but sprinkling it in a home where tensions are high, or where sin is entrenched seems like a powerful way to remind evil who is boss in that area. The 1962 Missal has prayers for blessing salt, water and a great many other very common things such as food, animal feed, crops and machinery! We need to be aware of the presence of evil and our susceptibility to it, ...http://catholicanuck.blogspot.com/2014/01/blessed-salt-dont-be-home-without-it.html

Popular Piety: The Sacred Heart of Jesus GODZDOGZ - January 19, 2014 ... enkindled a sense of God's remoteness and the soul's predestination to heaven or hell. Since 1856, the Church has kept the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on the Friday which follows the Second Sunday after Pentecost. The entrance antiphon we say at Mass reads: "The thoughts of His Heart last through every generation, that He will rescue them from death and feed them in time of famine" (Ps. 31:11,19). Our Lord is compassion and love. Devotion to the Sacred Heart stirs us to call upon ...http://godzdogz.op.org/2014/01/popular-piety-sacred-heart-of-jesus.html

Saint Gregory Monastery: A Primitive Benedictive Community HOLY VOCATIONS - January 19, 2014 ... away from the many distractions of common human society. By "leaving" the world, monks and nuns place themselves at the very heart of it, engaged in a continuous cycle of worship and prayer throughout the day and night for the needs of the Church and all of humanity, particularly for its great spiritual hunger. The life at Saint Gregory Monastery follows the spiritual doctrine taught in the Rule of Saint Benedict written in the Sixth Century A.D. The passage of time has ...http://holyvocations.blogspot.com/2014/01/saint-gregory-monastery-primitive.html

Letter to Our Oblates: Still More on Lectio Divina VULTUS CHRISTI - January 16, 2014 ... often, repeats a fragment of the Gospel of the day. It is profitable also, to linger over the antiphons, psalms, lessons, responsories, and versicles of the Divine Office. These are the things that constitute the object (or the matter) of one's lectio divina . There are also moments in life, notably during a retreat or on the occasion of a special anniversary, when one may want to read a particular book of the Bible continuously from start to finish. This too must be done with ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/01/letter-to-our-oblates-still-more-on-lectio-divina/

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