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Did Jesus Really Have Brothers and Sisters? SEASONS OF GRACE - May 24, 2016 " Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary and brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon, and are his sisters here with us?" –Mark 6:3 DID JESUS HAVE BROTHERS AND SISTERS? The Gospel of Mark would seem to say so. And not only in the Gospel of Mark. In Luke 8:19-21, the topic comes up again. Jesus is told by a crowd gathered to hear him speak. The crowd says, " Your mother and your brothers are standing outside, wanting to see you." But Jesus, rather than ...http://seasonsofgrace.net/did-jesus-really-have-brothers-and-sisters/
The Rosary in Maronite Spirituality A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - May 17, 2016 by Brother John M. Samaha, S.M. Origin of the Rosary The Rosary, the blessed beads that quietly slip between our fingers as we pray over the mysteries of Jesus' redemptive life, has an ancient origin. Most likely it originated in the ancient East and not in the medieval West, perhaps in India. It was and still is a popular prayer device among the Muslims, who use the Arabic term masbahat , which means to give praise. Devout Muslims used the masbahat in repeating the ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-rosary-in-maronite-spirituality.html
A Revolutionary Pope for Revolutionary Times BATTLE BEADS BLOG - April 14, 2016 ... the word "revolutionary." But 125 years ago, one such man—Vincenzo Pecci, better known to history as Pope Leo XIII—did something radical. By issuing the first modern social encyclical, Rerum Novarum , he ushered in a new era for Catholicism's relationship with what we often call "modernity," especially the world created by the Industrial Revolution and the upheaval in ideas precipitated by Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations . This wasn't the first occasion that ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2016/04/a-revolutionary-pope-for-revolutionary.html
A Revolutionary Pope for Revolutionary Times CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 12, 2016 ... the word "revolutionary." But 125 years ago, one such man—Vincenzo Pecci, better known to history as Pope Leo XIII—did something radical. By issuing the first modern social encyclical, Rerum Novarum , he ushered in a new era for Catholicism's relationship with what we often call "modernity," especially the world created by the Industrial Revolution and the upheaval in ideas precipitated by Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations . This wasn't the first occasion that ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/M0WkncrXycY/a-revolutionary-pope-for-revolutionary-times
"DEAR BROTHER MASONS" - Full Article on Catholic-Masonic Dialogue by Cardinal Ravasi -- And, Exclusive, an Answer by Car RORATE CÆLI - February 21, 2016 ... lack of common values: a sense of community, charitable works and the fight against materialism by Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi I read some time ago in an American magazine that the international bibliography on Freemasonry exceeds more than a 100,000 articles. Certainly contributing to this interest is its aura of secrecy and mystery, more or less with good reason, its different "obediences" and Masonic "rites" shrouded in a sort of murkiness, not to mention its origins, which, according to the ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/02/dear-brother-masons-full-article-on.html
A Roman Pilgrim at the Station Churches 2016 (Part 1) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 16, 2016 ... since the martyrs John and Paul were also brothers. The relics of St Paul of the Cross This stone in the church marks "the place of the martyrdom of Ss John and Paul in their own house." Saturday after Ash Wednesday - St Augustine In the Roman Missal, the Station is listed at a church called St Trypho, which was demolished in 1595. The relics of Ss Trypho and his companions, Respicius and Nympha, were transferred along with the Lenten Station to the nearby church of Saint Augustine. Monday of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/qXGHT_Cjg8Y/a-roman-pilgrim-at-station-churches.html