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Story of a Soul: A Catholic Classic THE HILL COUNTRY HERMIT - December 14, 2014 ... Thérèse had no idea that the works would be turned into a best-selling Catholic book. Manuscript A – Family Memories By the time Thérèse was 22, she had been in the Carmelite convent for almost seven years. She had three older blood sisters with her at the time: Marie (Sr. Marie of the Sacred Heart); Pauline (Mother Agnes of Jesus); and Céline (Sr. Geneviève of the Holy Face). One evening, Thérèse was visiting with two of these ...http://theresadoyle-nelson.blogspot.com/2014/10/story-of-soul-catholic-classic.html

The Pope Likes to Use Colloquialism When He Speaks. ABBEY ROADS - December 10, 2014 ... tables in the slums. Maybe that is lost on the more sophisticated, aesthete Catholics in the West as well? Sadly, it appears the Catholic 'faithful opposition' is just as quick as secular journalists to reject such 'patriarchal' colloquialisms from a Pope they seem convinced is their theological/doctrinal inferior. What's 'spinster'? spinster a woman who is not married, especially a woman who is no longer young and seems unlikely ever to marry. Note* A woman who never enters marriage contract ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-pope-likes-to-use-colloquialism.html

All Carmelite Saints MOUNT CARMEL - November 13, 2014 Feast : November 14th The Carmelite Order celebrates the feast of all its Saints on November 14th . This is a solemn commemoration and tribute given to the men and women who climbed the mount of Carmel to seek the face of God and allowed themselves to be transormed by the Presence they found there. There are many of these Saints, although we only hear of the famous ones- Saint John of the Cross, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Therese of Lisieux, St. Teresa Benedicta of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MountCarmel/~3/ZbBYm9fdNSw/all-carmelite-saints.html

Saint of the Day: Elizabeth of the Trinity DA MIHI ANIMAS - November 8, 2014 ... expressed doubts over Elizabeth's vocation. She completed her noviate, and took her final vows on 11 January 1903. She became a spiritual director for many, and left a legacy of letters and retreat guides. Her dying words: I am going to Light, to Love, to ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/11/saint-of-day-elizabeth-of-trinity.html

Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity MOUNT CARMEL - November 7, 2014 Feast Day: November 8 The Carmelite Order celebrates the feast of Blessed Elizabeth of the Trinity on November 8th. Elizabeth was a beautiful soul who tasted the delights of contemplating God in the depths of her soul and invites us to do the same. She was born July 18, 1880 in a military camp of Avor in the district of Farges-en-Septaine, France to a military family. Her father, Joseph Catez, was a captain of the 8th Squadron of the Equipment and Maintenance Corps. Her ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MountCarmel/~3/oQs1Xajg4bI/feast-day-november-8-carmelite-order.html

WE FINALLY SLEPT! And Sacred Journeys... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - October 29, 2014 ... vocation, and so I was beaming with pride as he described his call to religious life and how it all came together. I know that I am not alone in saying that I will sincerely miss his thoughtful and insightful contributions to the Catholic community on Twitter, but I am so, SO happy and excited for him. His official entrance will be with Evening Prayer on All Saints day, so let's all bring him to mind Saturday evening and wing up a prayer for him and his ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/10/we-finally-slept-and-sacred-journeys.html

Pope Benedict XVI's Daily Rule of Prayer for Priests VULTUS CHRISTI - October 13, 2014 ... particularly close to his own heart. Then, like the Johannine eagle, he rises to the heights of the mystery of priestly prayer; it is nothing other than an ongoing entrance — or "passing into" — the prayer of Christ for His own, for all whom the Father has given Him. "I came," He says, "that they may have life, and have it abundantly" (Jn 10:10). A Particular Vocation to Prayer Pope Benedict XVI then affirms that priests have a particular vocation ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/pope-benedict-xvis-daily-rule-of-prayer-for-priests/

Therese Who? SOUTHERN FRIED CATHOLICISM BLOG - October 2, 2014 ... proves itself by deeds, so how am I to show love?" She began to make small sacrifices of spreading flower petals where she walked and smiling at sisters she did not like. Her vocation "was to love," and she carried her vocation out with anonymous humility. Therese was not the evangelical with a microphone standing in the Wal-Mart parking lot, she didn't write blogs that led people to the light, and she didn't even mean to write a book. She was simple, humble, ...http://southernfriedcatholicism.blogspot.com/2014/10/therese-who.html

The Church Has a Heart TEN THOUSAND PLACES - October 1, 2014 ... and you gave me that very place, my God. In the heart of the Church, my mother, I will be love, and thus I will be all things, as my desire finds its direction. St. Therese of Lisieux, Story of a Soul Reflection – Today is the feast of St. Therese of Lisieux, the Little Flower of Jesus. I have written about her before on the blog; she is really my favorite saint, the first saint who I got to know as a person, and a constant spiritual guide and help for me, as she is for many millions of ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-church-has-heart.html

St Thérèse and the Terrifying Joy of Vulnerability NARU HODO - September 30, 2014 ... mercy of God's heart be poured out upon her. Mercy is for misery. It seems to me that there is a connection between this offering and the fact of her tremendous spiritual and physical suffering she endured in the last phase of her life, offered all for the conversion of sinners. For example, she had no feeling of certainty that there was a heaven, or anything beyond death except nothingness. She desired to experience this type of suffering for the conversion of atheists and all manner of souls ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2014/09/st-therese-and-terrifying-joy-of.html

The Oblation of Saint Thérèse FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - September 30, 2014 ... Little Flower , ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2009/06/oblation-of-saint-therese.html

Your Child Feels Called to the Religious Life - Are You Smiling or Tearing Up? Perhaps Both :) LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 23, 2014 ... speak of the religious life. I considered it for myself , and although that was not my vocation, I retain a HUGE soft spot for religious men and women, and monastic living. I read tons of books about it, and find the experience so very sublime. I have in the past fielded the question of how I would feel should Henry want to be a priest. I have always answered, without hesitation, that I would be thrilled. Depending upon who is asking the question, I have received a variety of ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/09/your-child-feels-called-to-religious.html

Detachment and the Prophetic Vocation NARU HODO - September 9, 2014 ... Franciscans and Jesuits be "right" about their spirituality?! One may as well ask how blue and yellow can both be "right." "Blue is blue and must be that, but yellow is none the worse for it" the poem goes. And I have learned, am learning, that to follow in the footsteps of our holy father Elijah, I need all this stuff that God has been investing Himself into teaching me in these last years: courage, detachment, obedience, detachment, a listening heart, detachment, freedom of tongue, ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2014/09/detachment-and-prophetic-vocation.html