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Help Fund a Nun! SHAMELESS POPERY - April 8, 2014 ... example of God's sense of humor, since she's been running a blog about life as a single Catholic girl in D.C. for some time now. She's actually the second of my friends to enter the order, but there's a hold-up: she's got about $25,000 in student loans to pay off. I asked her if she would write an introduction so that I could share her story with you readers, to see if any of you felt called to help her. She's got an inspiring, and she's a good friend of the blog: in fact, ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/04/help-fund-nun.html
From the Archives: Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit CAFFEINATED CATHOLIC MAMA - March 7, 2014 ... stacked against he poorest of the poor. The problem is compounded with undocumented migrants, who cannot even hope to open bank accounts or apply for loans. So they utilize payday loan places, where they pay exorbitant interest. They struggle with sometimes two or three of the jobs people of my demographic wouldn't even consider applying for. Meanwhile the only hope for their children is education – but the crises at home, the constant day-to-day ...http://caffeinatedcatholicmama.com/2014/03/07/from-the-archives-blessed-are-the-poor-in-spirit/
Commuter Show and Tell Purse Dump CATHOLIC HISTORY NERD - March 3, 2014 Kendra at Catholic All Year did a purse dump linkup recently. I love these things because it's fun to see what other people carry around. Also: material culture! You're welcome, historians of the future. Here's what some ladies of the Twenty-Teens were schlepping around. This is the random brand, fake leather big bag that I take to work every day. I've mentioned before that I am always on the lookout for functionality in a bag . I found her on Columbus Day at a TJ Maxx ...http://www.catholichistorynerd.com/2014/03/commuter-show-and-tell-purse-dump.html
Poor Qoheleth! 7posts,7 Days,#4 COFFEE AND CANTICLES - February 27, 2014 ... pity King Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived, aka "Qoheleth" who wrote the book of Proverbs. He drives home one main point, with diverse, poetic, and elegantly written examples: Life is a bummer because we are all going to die. Which just goes to show the limits of mere wisdom. Each time I this week I finish the first reading and think, "I just wish this poor man knew about Jesus." And I'm so grateful that most readings this week are direct commentaries on Ecclesiastes, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/nR35P6dQFik/poor-qoheleth-7posts7-days4.html