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Book Review: Saint John Paul the Great: His Five Loves NUNBLOG - April 22, 2014 ... listened, and though he did not permit the spontaneous canonization, he dispensed with the usual five-year waiting period for opening the process (just as his predecessor had done for Mother Teresa). The rest would be up to God. Just nine years later, we see that God had been one of those holding a " Santo Subito! " banner. In Saint John Paul the Great: His Five Loves (Totus Tuus Press, Lakewood CO, 2014) Jason Evert tells us who this great man was, both in terms of his life story and five of ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2014/04/book-review-saint-john-paul-great-his.html

Fr. Tom Rosica on the Canonization of John XXIII & John Paul II DA MIHI ANIMAS - April 22, 2014 ... on the part of Francis to unify a divided Church and to reconcile the divisions that exist among the Roncalli fans and bearers of the "spirit of Vatican II" and the Wojtyla disciples of a robust, doctrinaire Pope. They reduce the lives of these two great men to be the adventures of a progressive pope who dreamed up the Council and a conservative pope who put the brakes on the speed of its implementation. Nothing could be further from the truth, and such thoughts usually ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/04/fr-tom-rosica-on-canonization-of-john.html

Audience: Marriage, the Heart of God's Loving Plan for Humanity MISSIONARY PRIEST BLOGGER - April 2, 2014 ... character of His love." Even God "is a communion of the three persons of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, who live forever and are forever in perfect unity. And this is the mystery of marriage: God makes one existence of the two spouses — the Bible says 'one flesh' — in the image of His love, in a communion which draws its origin and its strength from God." The Pope then asked those husbands and wives present if they are aware of this "great gift" that the Lord has given ...http://missionarypriest.blogspot.com/2014/04/audience-marriage-heart-of-gods-loving.html

What a Difference a Day Makes (part 1) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - March 20, 2014 ... persistent, "you need to update" message that seemed to be from Java -- i.e., a software company whose product is part of lots of websites. Well, those messages from Java are pretty routine. This one, there was something off, apart from it being in Italian. But, I'd updated Java before, so... Well, I bet you know what happened. My "Spidey sense" was right; it wasn't Java; and as soon as I hit that button, all @#%! broke loose with my computer. Suddenly, I've got all sorts of programs opening ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/03/what-difference-day-makes-part-1.html

Hell's Prototype BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - March 10, 2014 ... crematorium, indicating where ashes were dumped. Here's another plaque I found in this area: A big part of the exhibit told the story of the liberation of this camp; what the American soldiers found when they came here -- including thousands of dead bodies, and later, graves -- and the challenges of dealing with jubilant yet starving and ill prisoners. For example, you couldn't just give them ordinary food; there were a lot of miscues, until they found something that the prisoners could ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/03/hells-prototype.html

Unknown Vandals Desecrate Eight Graves in a Christian Cemetery in Kuantan CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 9, 2014 ... Catholic weekly could not use the word Allah for the Christian God. The paper's director appealed the decision, and a hearing is scheduled for 5 March. "The priority today is to contain tensions," said local senior Church leaders, who asked to remain anonymous. Things should become calm and quiet again, they insisted. "There is still much to do," they added, given how delicate the situation is. On the one hand, the goal is to protect the rights of the minority ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/02/unknown-vandals-desecrate-eight-graves.html

Three Months After Haiyan, Filipinos Find Remains of Teen CNS BLOG - February 7, 2014 ... flowers. Each one took a turn at arranging it until it looked just right. They stood, looked at their work and slowly continued on their way home. Visitors constantly entered the makeshift cemetery during the 45 minutes colleague Tyler Orsburn and I were there. Most were women who stopped to pray and remember the events of that horrible day. The Philippine government's National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council reported Jan. 29 that 6,201 people had died because of the typhoon and ...http://cnsblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/three-months-after-haiyan-filipinos-find-remains-of-teen/

Ordinary Christian Patriotism in Ukraine MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - February 7, 2014 ... with a peaceful heart, having remained true to Christ and nation? It was precisely conscience and faith in the Most High that moved people to stand before the barrel of a rifle, or to freeze on a Stalinist camp bunk. But have you ever thought that there are potential new martyrs living among us today? You ride with them in the subway, stand in lines with them, and don't even guess that these people might give their lives for you tomorrow. We spent some time with Hieromonk Melchizedeck ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2014/02/ordinary-christian-patriotism-in-ukraine.html

Anti-Superstition Health Drive Launched After Child Dies in India CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 30, 2014 Negligence and blind faith led to the death of a student in far north-east India, and the Church there has responded with an anti-superstition education campaign for parents. The child was a student at St. Xavier's primary school in Lazu, part of the Miao diocese in Arunachal Pradesh state. At a regular school health check up before the Christmas break, he was diagnosed with appendicitis. St. Xavier's principal, Fr. Joy Moc, urged the parents to seek medical treatment for ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/01/anti-superstition-health-drive-launched.html

Molotov Cocktails and Banners Against Churches. Malaysian Priest Warns of Escalating Sectarian Divisions CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 28, 2014 Two men on a motorcycle threw two Molotov cocktails at the church of the Assumption in Penang last night, only one of which exploded without causing serious damage or injuries . However, the gesture adds to concerns about a possible escalation of tensions between the Muslim majority and the Catholic community , already heightened by the controversy concerning the use of the word " Allah " to describe the Christian God. The attack is reminiscent of the wave ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/01/molotov-cocktails-and-banners-against.html

Mount Angel Seminary and the Filipino Community Celebrate Santo Nino MOUNT ANGEL SEMINARY JOURNALISM - January 22, 2014 On Saturday, January 18, members of the Catholic Filipino community joined Mount Angel Seminary to celebrate the Feast of Santo Nino. The celebration included Mass in the Abbey Church, a procession from the Abbey Church, and food and entertainment in the Damian Center. Seminarians Felipe Villalobos and Garrett McGowan help carry the image of the Santo Nino in the procession. The procession included banners, crosses, ...http://masjournalism.blogspot.com/2014/01/mount-angel-seminary-and-filipino.html

A Conservative Gets It … Sort Of CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - January 15, 2014 Damon Linker concedes he got it wrong about liberals and Pope Francis: I was far more skeptical that the new pope would attempt to reform or revise church doctrine … Liberals would therefore have to settle for a moderation of papal rhetoric, and little else. I concluded by noting that although rhetoric matters in religion, this was far less than most liberal Catholics were hoping for. But now I'm not so sure. I think this is right. And I'm glad Mr Linker is not so ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/01/15/a-conservative-gets-it-sort-of/

Music and Memory, Part 31: In Defense of the Folk Mass PENTIMENTO - January 11, 2014 When I came back to the Catholic Church a little more than ten years ago, I discovered something I'd been ignorant of as a child of the aggiornamento : that is, the division, fragmentation, and opposition among the multifarious branches of the faithful. In my few childhood years in the church, the idea of disunion was not on my mind, of course, and I loved everything about going to Mass and Sunday school. I loved the colorful vestments, I ...http://pentiment.blogspot.com/2014/01/music-and-memory-part-31-in-defense-of.html

Benedict Versus Francis - The Real Difference TEN THOUSAND PLACES - January 10, 2014 ... truth, and let's all just be nice to each other. Everyone, smile!' But yes, truth needs to be expressed with love. A wise and holy bishop I knew used to say that 'The truth that does not sing is not the whole truth.' This is why, hard as it is, we cannot simply hurl the moral law at people's heads and expect it to do any good. Yes, the law is the law and it's from God and to be obeyed and we should die rather than violate a single of God's commandments and we must teach people these ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/01/benedict-versus-francis-real-difference.html