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Viewing Emotional Chastity Through Fictional Characters THE CATHOLIC YOUNG WOMAN - May 29, 2015 ... they're bickering or arguing, and in the other they're saving each other's lives and saying sweet things to each other. Fitz and Simmons both proclaim each other to be best friends in the whole world. That is evident in the way they interact and work for the better of the other person. As the season progresses it begins to be clear that Fitz cares a little more for Jemma Simmons, triggered by the emergence of a new operations officer who Simmons takes a small fancy too. Fitz is definitely ...http://catholicyoungwoman.blogspot.com/2015/05/viewing-emotional-chastity-through.html
Singing Their Own Song in Ireland THE WILD REED - May 23, 2015 ... Associated Press news story as declaring the following. We're the first country in the world to enshrine marriage equality in our constitution and do so by popular mandate. That makes us a beacon, a light to the rest of the world, of liberty and equality. So it's a very proud day to be Irish. . . . People from the LGBT community in Ireland are a minority. But with our parents, our families, our friends, co-workers and colleagues, we're a majority. For me it wasn't just a referendum. It was ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2015/05/singing-their-own-song-in-ireland.html
Spring Training for Baseball Fans CATHOLIC HOTDISH - March 24, 2015 ... actually a history of the nation, the world and life itself captured anecdotal style, because Will works into his book connections that Ernie Banks' "friendly confines" have had with war, politics, organized crime, racism, love, McDonald's, beer, and of course, chewing gum. The famous, oft-told baseball stories are all there and superbly rendered in detail: Babe Ruth's alleged "called shot" home run in the 1932 World Series; Gabby Hartnett's "homer in the gloamin' " in 1938; the disastrous Lou ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/1Q0Q6WQooi8/
St. Cyril of Jerusalem: Doctor of the Church CATHOLIC FIRE - March 18, 2015 ... Quote "Make your fold with the sheep; flee from the wolves: depart not from the Church." -- St. Cyril to the ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/03/st-cyril-of-jerusalem-doctor-of-church.html
A Look at My Life As a Sister of St. Francis! FRANCISCAN LIFE - March 9, 2015 ... the gift of a stable home. My grandmother died when I was 13. We moved when I was 15—but only around the corner so that our neighbors across the street became our neighbors in the back yard! In both homes I was within walking distance of my grade school and high school. We didn't have much money when I was growing up but I don't think I was ever really aware of that. In fact, I thought we were rich—probably because no one ever told me we weren't! AND—we had encyclopedias and ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2015/03/a-look-at-my-life-as-sister-of-st.html
Saint of the Day: Monk-Reformer Peter Damian DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 21, 2015 ... also taking up forms of asceticism, such as fasting, wearing a hair shirt, and spending long hours in prayer with an emphasis on reciting the Psalms. He offered hospitality to the poor as a means of serving Christ, and eventually resolved to embrace voluntary poverty himself through the Order of Saint Benedict. The monks he chose to join, in the hermitage of Fonte Avellana, lived out their devotion to the Cross of Christ through a rigorous rule of life. They lived mainly on bread and water, ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/02/saint-of-day-monk-reformer-peter-damian.html
St. Peter Damian: Monk, Bishop, Cardinal, Reformer, and Doctor of the Church CATHOLIC FIRE - February 21, 2015 ... away to study. Peter was brilliant and excelled in his studies (theology and cannon law), later returning to Ravena as a professor. Unable to endure the scandals and distractions of university life, he joined a group of Benedictine monks living in northern Italy. There he became a prior at the young age of 36: a position he held unto his death. While at the hermitage, Peter performed austere penances to the extent that he developed near permanent insomnia and was forced to modify them. ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/02/st-peter-damian-monk-bishop-cardinal.html