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Fourteenth Sunday After Pentecost 1863 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - August 29, 2015 ... Rosary every evening at 7.00. Friday evening Way of the Cross and Benediction at the same time. Exposition on last Sunday in May. The Garrison Chapel is served by the Rev James Carey. Mass on Sundays at 8.00. Sunday School for buglers and drummers at 2.00. Prayers and Instruction in the Garrison Hospital at 3.00 pm. Prayers and Instruction at the Royal Engineer Hospital at 4.20. On Wednesdays Instruction for the children of the Depot Battalions at 11.00. On Fridays Instruction ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2015/08/fourteenth-sunday-after-pentecost-1863.html

My Parents' Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary, and So On... AND SOMETIMES TEA - August 19, 2015 ... from trying. :) 1. My mom and dad still look incredibly young for people who have been married 50 years and who have nine children and twenty-two grandchildren (so far). My mom also still has enough energy to run circles around me, as she always has. 2. There is nothing quite like hearing several colorblind brothers complain about the names that are given to various shades of colors they already can't distinguish. "Burnt sienna? Now you're just making things up." 3. Sunday ...http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2015/08/my-parents-fiftieth-wedding-anniversary.html

Another Parishioner Gone FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - August 14, 2015 ... pleased! Today, the Vigil of the Assumption one of my parishioners, he doesn't live in the parish but he came to the Old Rite Mass here on Sundays and Friday, is entering one of those rather strict monasteries. Pray for him, I am offering Mass for him this evening. Someone rather lamely said to him, "write, let us know how you are getting on', his reply was, 'Yes, I will if I leave'. He is allowed a letter year as a novice. Hence I will give neither his name ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2015/08/another-parishioner-gone.html

The Best Way to Keep Your Faith Is to Give It Away – (What I Learned As a Catholic in College) YOUNG AND CATHOLIC - August 14, 2015 This week we have been talking about the 4 things I learned as a Catholic in college. So far we have talked about why: Having a regular routine is important. A routine alone is not enough. Jesus is not OK with lying. Today: The best way to keep your faith is to give it away This last point comes from Chris Mueller : Faith in Christ is not about holding ground. If you go to college thinking, 'How do I hold onto my faith?' you will lose it. The Christian question is, 'How do ...http://youngandcatholic.net/2015/08/the-best-way-to-keep-your-faith-is-to-give-it-away-what-i-learned-as-a-catholic-in-college/

Alabama. THE CITY AND THE WORLD - August 14, 2015 ... O'Connor's short story "The Enduring Chill" were apparently inspired by Father McCown and one of his confreres. The Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama earned an iconic place in American history on Sunday, March 7, 1965, when a group of unarmed civil rights activists were violently repelled by state and local police as they sought to cross the bridge as part of a planned march from Selma to Montgomery in support of equal voting rights. The "Bloody Sunday" attack drew national media ...http://jesuitjoe.blogspot.com/2015/08/alabama.html

Feasts of August 1st: St. Peter's Chains & The Holy Maccabees A CATHOLIC LIFE - August 1, 2015 ... look into the CatechismClass.com lesson on the Holy Maccabees, which is available for only around $3.00. Click here to learn more and preview that lesson . On August 1st the Church commemorates the Holy Maccabees with this prayer: O Lord, may the martyrdom of these brothers warm our hearts with joy, enliven our faith by an increase of virtue, and comfort us by the added number of intercessors we have in heaven. Through our Lord . . . This date also marks the universal Feast of St. Peter's ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/M0PvFl1zuww/feasts-of-august-1st-st-peters-chains.html

Pondering and Praying the Prefaces of the Sundays of the Year COMMUNITY IN MISSION - July 29, 2015 CS PHOTO BY JACLYN LIPPELMANN I wrote yesterday in a general way about the part of the Mass that is called the "preface." It is called this because it introduces the Eucharistic Prayer by stating a theme or reason for our gratitude. The text of the preface has a standard opening and closing which surround a varying text that speaks to the time of year, the feast, or the theme of the votive Mass. As I remarked in yesterday's post, I consider the prefaces to ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/07/pondering-and-praying-the-prefaces-of-the-sundays-of-the-year/

Post #287 VENITE, MISSA EST! - July 28, 2015 Topics: July 29th: St. Martha, Virgin... The Catholic Gentleman: The Catholic Meaning of Days and Months... Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Low Mass: Verified Time. If you receive by email be sure and check out the site to get every bit of the information from Venite, including pictures, video, links and more. Here's the link: http://venite-missa-est.blogspot.com/ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ T he Necessaries. I am a member of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/VeniteMissaEst/~3/5v3lMEqT2Fs/post-287.html

A Stronghold in Times of Trouble CRS VOICES - July 28, 2015 Dear Friend, Catholic Relief Services was founded as War Relief Services in 1943 initially to help refugees from the cataclysm that was World War II. The unprecedented devastation of that war left tens of millions dead and even more homeless and seeking shelter and safety. The relief and recovery efforts supported by the Catholic community in the United States lasted for years. World War II lived up to its name as its devastation was ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicReliefServicesBlog/~3/uWoQu9O6oFc/

14th Mark of the True Church - St. Bellarmine. GLORIA OLIVAE - July 25, 2015 ... during Sunday Mass. For all Catholic Sunday Mass goers these signs are very familiar; One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic. And, of course, those who celebrate the Mass should be very acquainted with these signs. But very few know the expanded 15 signs enumerated by St. Robert Bellarmine, a Jesuit saint and doctor of the Church. Not even most of the Jesuits today. I don't blame them. Bellarmine's works are still ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2015_07_01_archive.html#6456418119989312167

I'm Catholic, But… YOUNG AND CATHOLIC - July 24, 2015 ... Church's teaching on contraception. I think same sex marriage is fine–it's not like it's hurting anybody. I don't think I need to go to mass every Sunday. If you have ever found yourself beginning a sentence with the words, "I'm Catholic, but…" I've got an idea for you. (And to my already "all-in" readers, I want to know what you think of it) That teaching you have beef with—whether it's marriage, confession, divorce, etc.— Have you ...http://youngandcatholic.net/2015/07/im-catholic-but/

Veil in Reverse – A Reflection on the Veiling of Moses' Face COMMUNITY IN MISSION - July 23, 2015 In most traditional Catholic settings, we think of the veil as something a woman wears, a sign of traditional modesty and prayer. In this sense we consider it something good and positive, though perhaps some among us are less enthusiastic. But in the readings from Exodus that we are hearing in daily Mass, the veil is presented in far more ambivalent terms: As Moses came down from Mount Sinai with the two tablets of the commandments in his hands, he did not ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/07/veil-in-reverse-a-reflection-on-the-veiling-of-moses-face/

Books by Dave Armstrong: The "Catholic" Luther: An Ecumenical Collection of His "Traditional" Utterances BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - July 18, 2015 ... give "balance" and greater overall accuracy to the Catholic treatment of Luther. He obviously wrote a lot of things that Catholics vigorously disagree with. I have dealt at length with those, elsewhere. But if we are to fully understand him, we also need to discover the orthodox and traditional aspects of his teaching (from the Catholic point of view). We owe it to Luther, to present his views in their fullness and broadness; in their totality. I shall be ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2014/11/books-by-dave-armstrong-catholic-luther.html

The Pope at the Banado Norte: Faith Without Solidarity Is Faith Without Christ VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - July 13, 2015 ... young and the elderly. Be a support for young families and all families which are experiencing difficulty. Perhaps the strongest message you can give is that of solidarity in faith. The devil wants us to fight among ourselves, to divide us in order to defeat us and to rob us of our faith. Solidarity among brothers to defend the faith! Solidarity among brothers to defend the faith! And may this fraternal faith be a message for all the city". "I wish to pray for your families, and to pray to the ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/07/the-pope-at-banado-norte-faith-without.html

On Veneration of the Precious Blood DA MIHI ANIMAS - July 11, 2015 The following comes from the Catholic Herald: As Catholics, we are depriving ourselves and our loved ones by not venerating the Precious Blood with more fervour and sincere reverence. Now that we are in July, the month dedicated to the Most Precious Blood, we must immerse ourselves in the awesome truth that offering the Precious Blood is a powerful means of interceding for the souls of loved ones, and for the souls of people who have wronged us. On the Cross, Our Lord shed ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/07/on-veneration-of-precious-blood.html

The 12th Mark of the Catholic Church - PROPHECY GLORIA OLIVAE - July 7, 2015 ... under his very nose. It was a Mass in Casa Martha. The Gospel was about the Old and New wine. Some cardinals and bishops were in attendance. In his homily, Pope Francis, after explaining the old and new wine ended by saying; 'and the new wine is better than the old wine.' Of course, he was referring to the new protestant religion he was advocating called the 'Church of Compassion that has no compassion'. The words of Christ was just the opposite. Christ said that the Old wine ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2015_07_01_archive.html#3177957473437741133

Signs of the Times: Eulogy for Catalonia MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - July 1, 2015 " Eulogy for Catalonia " (That the bones you have crushed may thrill, June 22, 2015): I have noticed one or two things about Catholic Spain which are more than worrying. Firstly, on Sunday I went to Mass in a Church in Begur, lovely Church it was too. However, I was quite shocked by the almost total absence of any kneeling during the Mass. And I mean none. The priest did not seem to mind, but I assume that not that long ago, every lay ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2015/07/signs-of-times-eulogy-for-catalonia.html

Lesson From the Sewol Disaster CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - June 30, 2015 ... Mass Media Committee and the Seoul Diocese sponsored a forum on the sinking of the ferry and the Church's role in dealing with the wounds caused by the tragedy. The topic continues to be contentious for only small steps have been taken to appease the anger of the parents of the victims; the independent inquiry the parents want is still far from a reality. The movement to 'live correctly' was one of the presentations at the forum, and what can be learned from the tragedy. ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2015/06/lesson-from-sewol-disaster.html

Three False Beliefs About Death—and Their Antidote FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - June 28, 2015 ... most of the time. On the other hand, if we have the wrong perspective on death, we will, in all likelihood, understand none of those things. And that will have a negative impact on how we act : on how we treat our neighbor, and on how we treat ourselves. To illustrate this let me share with you now three common errors—three common false beliefs—about death, and how those beliefs affect people's actions. False belief #1 concerning death: God is to blame for it. He's the cause of it. ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2015/06/three-false-beliefs-about-deathand.html

What This Priest Saw in Medjugorje IN GOD'S COMPANY 2 - June 28, 2015 ... and the people would pray the last set of mysteries. On our second day there I sat on the balcony of our guesthouse with a large woman named Eleanor. As we began the rosary I looked up and the sun was a blaze of light in the sky. I looked down to the car parked below and the sun was reflected in the hood of the car as a blaze of light. Eleanor and I prayed the rosary together. I had my eyes closed. At 6:20 Eleanor gave me an elbow in the ribs and pointed. The sun was now a disc of white light ...http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2015/06/what-this-priest-saw.html

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