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St. Fidelis of Sigmaringen A CATHOLIC LIFE - April 24, 2016 ... Capuchin. He was sent there to preach the Catholic faith, but was put to death by the heretics. He was numbered among the holy martyrs by the Sovereign Pontiff, Benedict XIV. St. Fidelis was born in Sigmaringen, Germany in 1577 as Mark Rey. A lawyer by professor, Mark traveled much across Europe as a tutor to various aristocractic families before starting on a project to defend the poor. In 1612, he became a Franciscan Capuchin monk and took ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/XYYwKqb8y9s/st-fidelis-of-sigmaringen.html

New Cardinal Sarah Interview: "Being Good" Is Not Enough RORATE CÆLI - April 5, 2016 ... are the brushes in the hands of a great Artist: for this reason, it was easy for me to say "yes" to God's many calls. They are so many calls, which are all privileges that were granted to me: I became a priest, I was able to continue to study and deepen the Bible, I was chosen to become bishop and successor of the Apostles, and finally St. John Paul II asked me to go to Rome to serve His Holiness, who is the Successor of St. Peter. However, life without God is a life that ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/04/new-cardinal-sarah-interview-being-good.html

** FROM THE SECULAR MEDIA ** DEAR READERS: When you open one of the ... KIWICATH NEWS AND NOTES - March 19, 2016 ... in Wellington last month. Jim's long-lost cousins emerge (photo) http://www.pressdisplay.com/pressdisplay/showlink.aspx?bookmarkid=4NSAREHFT9J4&linkid=f752c182-a74c-4d22-a8d9-37f9656164db&pdaffid=lHpOEO%2bSMqBuhcDzMicNAQ%3d%3d A funeral service for Jim Grant was held at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Sacred Heart in Wellington on Sunday. Yesterday, a woman read in her newspaper about strangers organising a funeral for the bachelor who lived and died ...http://kiwicathnewsandnotes.blogspot.com/2016/03/from-secular-media-dear-readers-when.html

Idolatry, or Not THE DIRTY PAPIST - March 2, 2016 ... times they'll actually say it was "taken out of the Bible," which they generally will explain, if you insist they justify their argument and in return show them a Catholic Bible that doesn't cite some spurious Nonalogue or have any textual gaps with the KJV, as "the second commandment was hidden between the first and third commandments with the way the text was laid out so Catholics wouldn't notice." Basically that's saying Rome wants everyone to worship ...http://dirtypapist.blogspot.com/2016/03/idolatry-or-not.html

Interview With the Pope on His Return Flight From Mexico VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - February 19, 2016 ... eventuality. It was practically impossible to receive all the groups who, on the other hand, were opposed to each other. It is a difficult situation to understand clearly, for me, as a foreigner. But I believe that Mexican society is a victim of this: of crimes, of this tendency to make people disappear, to discard them. I spoke about this in my discourses where I could. It is a great source of pain that I bear, as this people does not deserve to experience a tragedy like ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2016/02/interview-with-pope-on-his-return.html

St. Paul Miki and Companions - A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - February 5, 2016 We celebrate the feast of the Japanese martyrs on February 6th. Father Paul Miki, a Jesuit and twenty-five other Catholics sang the Te Deum as they were forced to walk 600 miles from Kyoto to Nagasaki, where they were crucified on February 5, 1597. The concentration of Catholic Christians were then in Nagasaki, Japan. It was thanks to Saint Francis Xavier that the Catholic faith was first brought to the Japanese people. It ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2016/02/st-paul-miki-and-companions.html

Ss. Fabian and Sebastian, Martyrs ATONEMENTONLINE - January 19, 2016 January 20th is the commemoration of two great 3rd century martyrs – one a pope, and one a soldier. St. Fabian was simple farmer but was an extraordinary person, who took his Catholic faith very seriously. One day he came into the city of Rome from the countryside, but this wasn't just any day – it happened to be the day when a new pope was being chosen. Who knows? Perhaps Fabian had come to ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/01/ss-fabian-and-sebastian-martyrs.html

For the Confused... THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - January 18, 2016 Just a few of the items found in the home of a traditional Catholic ... If, like me, you are confused by Pope Francis's words today on the Church, ecclesiastical tradition, 'obstinacy' to new(ness) and its relation to 'divination', please find below an explanation of what the Catechism teaches on such matters. Not that we need a Catechism anymore, for Truth itself, in the person of the Pope, has spoken... In fact, let's burn those Catechisms with all its references to ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2016/01/for-confused.html

Feast of St. Marcellus I A CATHOLIC LIFE - January 16, 2016 ... dispersed and hidden from practicing the Faith openly during the demonic onslaught brought on by Diocletian. Pope St. Marcellus I also served in immitation of our Lord, the Good Shepherd, as he sought to welcome back and absolve from sin those who had denied the Faith for fear of being murdered. However, when a group of the apostacized, known as the Lapsi, refused to do penance, St. Marcellus refused to allow their return to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/cfSkMf6CvTs/feast-of-st-marcellus-i.html

Important - Lutheran World Federation, Pontifical Council for Christian Unity Launch "Common Prayer" Service Extolling M RORATE CÆLI - January 14, 2016 By their fruits... Last year saw unprecedented expressions of "openness" on the part of some Vatican officials (including the Pope) and official Catholic structures towards Lutheranism. First there was the support expressed by a Vatican spokesman for the renaming of a square in the central part of Rome after Martin Luther , support that was never disowned by any higher ecclesiastical authority in Rome. Adventists and Lutherans had been trying since 2009 to ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/01/important-lutheran-world-federation.html

Liturgical Notes on the Feast of the Holy Innocents NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 4, 2016 In the Missal of St Pius V, the feast of the Holy Innocents is celebrated in violet vestments, rather than the red used on all the other feasts of Martyrs. It is also the only feast on which the Gloria in excelsis is omitted, and with it, the Te Deum in the Divine Office; furthermore, the Alleluia at Mass is replaced with a Tract, and Benedicamus Domino is said in place of Ite, missa est , as in Advent and Lent. This custom is attested in the 9th century by Amalarius of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/lOzA3_NmUXQ/liturgical-notes-on-feast-of-holy.html