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Divine Union and Multilocation GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - August 26, 2015 ... is for now for you, for the sake of all. Go, Team! BILOCATION : "Multiple or simultaneous presence of the same substance or soul in two places distant from each other . Bilocations have been frequently reported in the lives of the saints." ~ Father John A. Hardin, S.J., Modern Catholic Dictionary MULTILOCATION : "The state or power of being in more than two places at the same time." ~ Dictionary.reference.com The question whether the same ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2015/08/divine-union-and-multilocation_26.html

Non-Changing Church? FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - August 24, 2015 ... coal boats all night, kneeling on the floor at the back, too filthy to venture into a pew. Nurses, and our doctor in his vast raccoon coat, with his bag, after a night call. A Mountie in full uniform. Young people still in evening dress after a party. I remember a bit of that, Irish labourers who through their devoted attendance at Benediction and Mass taught me the meaning of what St Thomas had written in the Summa. If I am being honest I really do have to admit that something drastic has ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2015/08/non-changing-church.html

"The Assumption" by Monsignor Ronald Knox INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - August 15, 2015 ... fill her bosom the sooner. So he, whose reapers are the angels, would leave for his blessed Mother a special portion of those graces that were to enrich mankind. The child-bearing which brought, to us others, redemption from the fault of our first parents should bring, to her, exemption; the empty tomb, which assures us that our bodies will rise at the judgment, was for her the earnest of an immediate resurrection; Christ the first-fruits, and who should glean them, but she? For that, heaven ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/08/the-assumption-by-monsignor-ronald-knox.html

The New Religion and the New God. GLORIA OLIVAE - August 7, 2015 1. The Church before and after the Fall. Adam and Eve, before the Fall, were an image of the Catholic Church. But their status as first members of the Church had not been confirmed by God because they had not passed their test of obedience. Adam and Eve, after the Fall, were an image of the Catholic Church as 'viatores', i.e. on their way back to Paradise. Working their repentance on earth they passed their test the second time around thus they are included ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2015_08_01_archive.html#2049893532660369826

The Mob and the Machine TEA AT TRIANON - August 5, 2015 The decline of the Catholic blogosphere, from Fr. Angelo Mary : The other day Damian Thompson published a candid history of the Catholic blogosphere, which covers its heyday during the reign of Benedict XVI to its subsequent decline in recent years. Thompson knows a lot about this since he was on the ground floor of the Catholic digital information explosion, having been the writer for the very popular and hard-hitting ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/08/the-mob-and-machine.html

Liturgical Strangeness MONASTERY OF THE HOLY CROSS - August 4, 2015 ... superstition of pagan piety. Pope Benedict XVI dwelt with this profoundly in his much-misunderstood Regensburg Address , titled "Three Stages in the Program of De-Hellenization." Furthermore, this is not a model that commends itself either to separated Protestant brethren or to most non-believers. From a Protestant perspective, the notion of blind faith might actually make sense, but then to make such an act of faith within the Catholic Church appears self-defeating. For ...http://chicagomonk.org/about-us/the-priors-blog/liturgical-strangeness/

New Revelations on a Little-Known Aspect of Daniel A. Lord, S.J.'S Life THE DAWN PATROL - July 23, 2015 I went out yesterday to Chicago's Mount Olivet Catholic Cemetery to visit the graves of the parents and grandmother of Father Daniel A. Lord, S.J. (1888-1955) , the great Jesuit author who is a personal hero of mine, and to whom I dedicated My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Saints . What I discovered there will interest scholars and others who admire Lord's life and work. In my hands in the photo is Father Lord's biography of ...http://dawneden.blogspot.com/2015/07/new-revelation-on-little-known-chapter.html

St John XXIII on St Lawrence of Brindisi NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 21, 2015 Today is the feast of St Lawrence of Brindisi, who was born on the feast of St Mary Magdalene in 1559, and died on the same day at the age of sixty in 1619. Although his family was Venetian, he was born in the major port city of Brindisi, then in the Kingdom of Naples, far down Italy's Adriatic coast. After entering the Capuchins at the age of 16, he studied at the University of Padua, then the major university of the Venetian Republic, and showed a remarkable facility ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/NSdWhjFmDBc/st-john-xxiii-on-st-lawrence-of-brindisi.html

Ite Ad Joseph THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - July 14, 2015 ... completely that Jesus Christ may live in me fully. The Christian vocation to be re-made into the image of Christ is not easy but for us to follow Christ is to be on the path to true fulfillment and happiness. The World gives us a completely different message which is the antithesis of the Gospel; that self-satisfaction, self-gratification, self-contentment, even to the point of self-adoration and glorification, will bring us happiness and it needs to be said that this is absolutely not true. ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2015/07/ite-ad-joseph.html

The Faith and the Drink MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - July 6, 2015 ... distilled beverages, only their abuse by way of excess (CCC 2290). Indeed, one of the Church's seven sacraments necessitates alcohol. The Eucharist is the body, blood, soul, and divinity of Jesus Christ, but it must start out as bread and wine. But aside from this sacramental requirement and a few aging Irish stereotypes, is there really a strong link between Catholicism and alcohol, and if so, why? And what does that mean for us today? Such are the questions animating this essay. We begin ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2015/07/blog-post.html

Family Option Versus Benedict Option EST QUOD EST - June 30, 2015 ... before meals, instruction of the ignorant , peace-making, morality 101, political/ethical discussions with those old enough, spiritual reading, Rosary , Angelus (sometimes in Latin), Spiritual Communions, examination of conscience , spiritual reading, Lectio Divina , doing chores and projects, regular meals, obeying rules, consequences for not obeying rules, nighttime prayers where we mention all our friends by name, etc. What doesn't go on at our house? Network television, excessive use of ...http://contrapauli.blogspot.com/2015/06/family-option-versus-benedict-option.html

John the Baptist's Life in Food and Water Balloon Games? You Bet! TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - June 28, 2015 Three years ago, I recommitted to celebrating our family's Name Days and Baptism Anniversaries . This year, our local Catholic homeschool community committed to celebrating at least one saint day a month together. This past week, those two commitments converged and what resulted was a fun, faith-filled party! I had planned for our group John the Baptist party to proceed, in order, with: an opening prayer a picture book and chat about St. John the Baptist ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2015/06/john-baptists-life-in-food-and-water.html

A Feminist Theologian on Her Dad: A Modern Day Levi GOD IN ALL THINGS - June 21, 2015 ... at Fordham, I found myself declaring theology as my second major. My theological studies eventually led me to feminist theology. Not everyone was happy about this development and the fact that although I remained devoted to Catholicism, I often questioned some of the Church's teachings. Some family members and friends deleted me on Facebook, priests at church gave me dirty looks, and if I had a penny for every time I heard "Jesus, Mary, and Joseph help us!" after talking about my work, I would ...http://godinallthings.com/2015/06/21/a-feminist-theologian-on-her-dad-a-modern-day-levi/

Conversion... To What? THE THEOLOGY OF DAD - June 18, 2015 The other day I expressed some of my cynicism regarding the capacity of people to believe. Remember, faith is one of the "theological virtues," and, as such, a grace rather than a virtue in the Aristotelian, moral sense of the word, i.e. something that we can build up ourselves by repeated action. I build up bicep strength by repeatedly stressing it. I cannot give myself faith in this way. It is a gift. If you don't agree with me, we'll just then agree that you don't know ...http://thetheologyofdad.blogspot.com/2015/06/conversion-to-what.html

An Excellent Post on the Sacra Liturgia Conference MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - June 8, 2015 ... Latin Church, much less in the Church universal. The speakers at the Sacra Liturgia conference seem blissfully aware of this pair of simple facts. John recounts that all the speakers on the docket engaged in the same predictable and tired lecture formulae that we have heard since mid-2007: commence with turgid quotations from Sacrosanctum Concilium , explain how the glorious document was ignored, commend the reverence of the "EF", speak at length about how the "OF" can learn from the "EF," and ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2015/06/an-excellent-post-on-sacra-liturgia.html

Why I Remain Catholic: I Need the Sacraments TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - June 3, 2015 Elizabeth Scalia raises the question : How about if Catholic writers from all over the internet — bloggers, reporters, poets, aggregators, newshounds, journal editors, politicians, new-media-storming priests and nuns, Catholics in secular positions — what if they all were to take a few minutes to jot down "Why I Remain A Catholic" and post it where they can, on websites or social media? The first thought that came to mind was the Eucharist. I ...http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2015/06/why-i-remain-catholic-i-need-sacraments.html

On the MARKS of the Church. GLORIA OLIVAE - May 31, 2015 1. The visible Marks of the Catholic Church. God made certain that man could easily identify His Church from other groups. So even in Eden where the Church begun He gave her visible signs. And He further gave His Church visible signs in the Old Testament, signs that foretold the visible signs He would eventually give her in the New Testament. These signs are found in the Creed; One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic. The Fathers of the Church explained all ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2015_06_01_archive.html#5150475371372775336

Radicati Editorial: The Martyrs Were Never for Dialogue RORATE CÆLI - May 25, 2015 Mediterranean shore in Libya following the massacre of 21 Copts in early 2015 Editorial: Radicati nella fede, May 2015 Newsletter of the Catholic community of Vocogno, Diocese of Novara, Italy We are once more in times of Martyrdom. What is happening to Christians in Asia and Africa has forced us to use the word "martyr" again. Christians are being killed, en masse, and in the most horrendous ways, simply because they are Christian; all this makes us say that the age ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/05/radicati-editorial-martyrs-were-never.html

The Faithful Island Has Become a Harlot UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - May 23, 2015 " As he approached Jerusalem and saw the city, he wept over it and said, "If you, even you, had only known on this day what would bring you peace—but now it is hidden from your eyes " (Luke 19:41-42). Our Lord spoke these words about the city of Jerusalem, but they could easily be applied to Ireland in the wake of its shameful referendum yesterday legitimizing homosexual marriage. The faithful isle has become a whore; the land of saints and sages ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-faithful-island-has-become-harlot.html

On Saints and Scholars THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - May 21, 2015 ... and scholars'. We should pray very much for this coiuntry. We shouldn't be surprised, even if we are horrified by Ireland's free-fall collapse. What a King did for England, the Church itself has done for Ireland, which is made the more disturbing because Ireland's stunning apostasy has occurred with no threat of violence whatsoever and within a single generation . If they vote yes, then the Irish are actually voting for their own destruction, whereas in England the cultural and religious ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2015/05/on-saints-and-scholars.html

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