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New Member Tacy Williams Beck ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - December 16, 2014 Tacy Williams Beck is a wife and mother living in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She is a recent convert to the Catholic Church (Easter 2011), and credits St. Therese of Lisieux and Thomas Merton as being most influential in her conversion. In addition to reading, sewing, and baking,and she and her husband Stephen love learning more about their Catholic faith everyday. They have 3 girls, aged 6,4, and 2, and one boy age 1. Tacy also writes about ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2014/12/new-member-tacy-williams-beck.html

Spiritualdirection.com Catholic Spiritual Direction the Vision to Zachary Catholic Spiritual Direction  - December 11, 2014 "Fear not, Zachary, for thy prayer is heard, and thy wife Elizabeth shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name John. And thou shalt have joy and gladness, and many shall rejoice in his birth, for he shall be great before the Lord. . . . And he shall convert many of … Continue reading →http://lionessblog.com/2014/12/11/spiritualdirection-com-catholic-spiritual-direction-the-vision-to-zachary-catholic-spiritual-direction/

Christian Martyrs of Nagasaki DOMINUS VOBISCUM, ET CUM SPIRITU TUO. - December 11, 2014 Martyrs in Nagasaki, 1622; (Housed in the Church of the Gesù of Rome.) Taken from Wikipedia: While there were many more martyrs, the first 26 missionary and convert martyrs came to be especially revered, the most celebrated of whom was Paul Miki. The Martyrs of Japan were canonized by the Roman Catholic Church on June 8, 1862, by Pope Pius IX,[2] and are listed on the calendar as Sts.http://rachelanne25.blogspot.com/2014/12/christian-martyrs-of-nagasaki.html

The Vision to Zachary / Catholic Spiritual Direction  - December 11, 2014 "Fear not, Zachary, for thy prayer is heard, and thy wife Elizabeth shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name John. And thou shalt have joy and gladness, and many shall rejoice in his birth, for he shall be great before the Lord. . . . And he shall convert many of … Continue reading →http://lionessblog.com/2014/12/11/the-vision-to-zachary-catholic-spiritual-direction/

The Vision to Zachary by Dan Burke INTO STILLNESS - December 11, 2014 ... great before the Lord. . . . And he shall convert many of the children of Israel to the Lord their God. And he shall go before Him in the spirit and power of Elias, that he may turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the incredulous to the wisdom of the just, to prepare for the Lord a perfect people." Luke 1:13-17 ZacharyDetailFromLievensVisitation-sm1. The story is the first distinct shadow of the great event that is to come. It is cast first upon the Temple, upon ...http://intostillness.wordpress.com/2014/12/11/the-vision-to-zachary-by-dan-burke/

Our Lady of Fatima ANGELS AND SAINTS . . . AND THE REST OF US - December 11, 2014 http://angelsandsaintsandus.blogspot.com/2011/05/our-lady-of-fatima.html

Saint of the Day: Juan Diego DA MIHI ANIMAS - December 9, 2014 The following comes from the California Catholic Daily: On Dec. 9, Roman Catholics celebrate St. Juan Diego, the indigenous Mexican Catholic convert whose encounter with the Virgin Mary began the Church's devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe. In 1474, 50 years before receiving the name Juan Diego at his baptism, a boy named Cuauhtlatoatzin -- "singing eagle" -- was born in the Anahuac Valley of present-day Mexico. Though raised according to ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/12/saint-of-day-juan-diego.html

St. Juan Diego and the Miraculous Proof DA MIHI ANIMAS - December 9, 2014 The following comes from Word on Fire: One of the ways to prove the Catholic claim is through miracles. Catholicism, unique amongst all the faiths on Earth, has colorable claims of miraculous events with evidence . One of these miraculous events is Our Lady's appearance to St. Juan Diego from December 9th to the 12th of 1531. You can find the full story here . And here's Her image on the tilma of St. Juan Diego . Now, there have been serious questions about whether ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/12/st-juan-diego-and-miraculous-proof.html

ADVENT - The Bishop's Synod and Bergoglio. GLORIA OLIVAE - December 5, 2014 ... as described in the season of Advent. The scattered information portraying the eschatological picture of the Catholic Church are these, again; there will be a decay of Faith, there will be a waxing cold of Charity (these are words of Christ), there will be a lost of the power to forgive sins and the power to consecrate the Blessed Sacrament (mentioned by prophets in the Old Testament and mentioned by Christ before His crucifixion), there will be a last anti-pope side by side ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_12_01_archive.html#7634932885831486183

St Francis Xavier, a Fiery Apostle DA MIHI ANIMAS - December 3, 2014 The following comes from the Catholic Exchange: The last words that St. Ignatius said to Francis Xavier before he was sent as the greatest missionary after St Paul were: Go set all on fire! He embarked for India, then to Japan and died on the shore overlooking China. His missionary work was completed in only 11 years and he died of exhaustion at 46 years of age. Like Francis Xavier all followers of Christ are called to be prophets, evangelizers, and missionaries. Both ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/12/st-francis-xavier-fiery-apostle.html

Literature and Art: Two Great Pillars of Any Great Catholic Culture DA MIHI ANIMAS - December 2, 2014 ... a state of cultural crisis. And if that is true, then restoring a healthy Catholic subculture is necessary not just for the Church's flourishing but for its very survival. Literature and art have to be part of it. There's a powerful link, a genuine two-way street, between culture and art. Writers and artists are products of their culture, which they also do much to create and shape and sustain. A religious body lacking writers and artists is impoverished at its roots and at ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/12/literature-and-art-two-great-pillars-of.html

St. Edmund Campion: "The Pope's Champion" CATHOLIC FIRE - December 1, 2014 ... Champion". Edmund Campion was born in London on January 25, 1540. He was raised a Catholic and had such a powerful intellect that at the age of only 17. he was made a junior fellow at Saint John's College at Oxford University. On visiting the university, Queen Elizabeth I was so taken by Edmund's brilliance, as were a few of her dignitaries, that she told him to ask for anything he wished. The exaltation of so many fed his vanity and led him away from his ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/12/st-edmund-campion-popes-champion.html

Father, What Should I Do? I'm Always Doubting My Religion. Me Being a Roman Catholic. I Mean, I Would Want to Convert an JUST WORDS - November 30, 2014 God bless you for searching to know God more and more in spite of your struggles. I can't encourage you enough to dive into the richness of our Roman Catholic faith by getting to confession and receiving the Eucharist each Sunday. I know, from experience, that your struggles will turn around. Your desire to "convert" will be more than satisfied through the sacrament of confession and the Eucharist. Leaving our faith to become "born again" means leaving ...http://frpete.tumblr.com/post/104007870424

Advent Reflections on St. Catherine of Genoa BLOG BY-THE-SEA - November 30, 2014 ... evangelism. We invite others to share in our celebration of Advent and Christmas for their sake, and we can also invite ourselves to greater conversion to the faith at the same time. In both aspects of mission (evangelism and penitence), God knocks on the soul's door with the pure love in which God created ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blog-by-the-sea/~3/j2R2mQ9nKXE/advent-reflections-on-st-catherine-of-genoa.html

Saint Leonard of Port Maurice Quote SAINT QUOTE OF THE DAY - November 25, 2014 ... horror-struck at such a thought? Well then, cast yourself at the feet of Jesus Christ and say to Him, with tearful eyes and contrite heart: "Lord, I confess that up till now I have not lived as a Christian. I am not worthy to be numbered among Your elect. I recognize that I deserve to be damned; but Your mercy is great and, full of confidence in Your grace, I say to You that I want to save my soul, even if I have to sacrifice my fortune, my honor, my very life, as long as I am saved. If I have ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SaintQuoteOfTheDay/~3/RwGaEwj_7ZA/saint-leonard-of-port-maurice-quote.html

Cecilia VULTUS CHRISTI - November 22, 2014 ... Most Holy Trinity. Her knees are drawn up, making her look like a sleeping child. Her dress falls in graceful folds about her body. The whole composition is marked by purity and grace. Found Incorrupt In 1599, when Pope Clement VIII disinterred Saint Cecilia's body, it was found to be incorrupt. The Pontiff engaged Stefano Maderno to carve Cecilia just as she was discovered. The artist inscribed his testimony on the statue's base: "Behold the body of the most holy virgin Cecilia whom I myself ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/abandonment-that-sweetest-frui/

2 Convert to Catholicism After Hearing Lutheran Bach MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - November 21, 2014 An elderly independent scholar told me recently at lunch that he knows of two Catholic converts whose journey into the Catholic Church was sparked by listening to the St. Matthew Passion (BWV 244) by Johann Sebastian Bach, a Lutheran. Those of us who have fallen under the spell of Bach's music can readily appreciate it's unspeakable profundity and beauty. How it could lead one to Catholicism is not immediately apparent, particularly given the contemporary ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/11/2-convert.html

Do Words Have Any Meaning? SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - November 18, 2014 ... "there is a second call" to "those who live by appearances, Christians of appearances." These believe they are alive but they are dead. And the Lord asks them to be vigilant. "Appearances," the Pope said, "are these Christians' shroud: they are dead." And the Lord "calls them to conversion." "Am I one of these Christians of appearances? Am I alive inside, do I have a spiritual life? Do I hear the Holy Spirit, do I listen to the Holy Spirit, do I move forward, or ...? But, if everything looks ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2014/11/do-words-have-any-meaning.html

For Christian Unity to Occur, We Have to Convert (Seriously) USCCB BLOG - November 16, 2014 By Father John Crossin, OSFS Before the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Church had a simple solution to the challenge of achieving Christian unity: all the other Christians could convert. The Second Vatican Council offered a new pastoral lens for approaching this issue. It is through this lens that the Council's Decree on Ecumenism (Unitatis Redintegratio) -- or the Restoration of Unityhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UsccbMediaBlog/~3/ATVYCLIBLAk/for-christian-unity-to-occur-we-have-to.html

Feminism, Conscience, and the Church: How Reformed Baptist Natalie Richardson Became Catholic CALLED TO COMMUNION - November 13, 2014 Natalie Richardson is a stay-at-home mom to one boy and a freelance writer on the side. She grew up in a Reformed Baptist home, but after meeting a Catholic who knew his stuff, she attempted to convert him, failed and became Catholic herself in 2012. She, her husband and child now live in Tennessee. Natalie Richardson I remember it vividly. I was standing in the kitchen of my friends' rental house in college. I'm not sure what provoked it, ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/11/feminism-conscience-and-the-church-how-reformed-baptist-natalie-richardson-became-catholic/

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