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"And I Shall Raise Him on the Last Day." CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - October 30, 2014 ... this week with Discussion Questions on the Sunday Readings for use by prayer groups or for individual prayer. This weekend, we celebrate All Saints Day on Saturday, Nov. 1, and All Souls Day on Sunday, Nov. 2. Father Joseph Pellegrino explains our Catholic belief regarding the souls of those who have gone before us . We are reminded by Father Cusick that we should use this occasion to pray and offer the Eucharistic Sacrifice ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2014/10/and-i-shall-raise-him-on-last-day.html

Does the Center Hold? The Story of Fr. Albert Scharbach's Journey From Westminster Theological Seminary to Catholic Prie CALLED TO COMMUNION - October 30, 2014 ... the biggest obstacle to any Christian consensus because it was at odds with the broader evangelical church. A hush at the Westminster Library But then as an M.Div. student at Westminster Theological Seminary I was asked to write an essay on the development of the papacy from a Roman Catholic perspective. It seemed like a waste of time. I knew that it would be a circular argument based on Tradition, which of course I did not accept as an authority alongside Scripture. So I ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2014/10/does-the-center-hold-the-story-of-fr-albert-scharbachs-journey-from-westminster-theological-seminary-to-catholic-priest/

Listos Para Halloween? XAVMP - October 27, 2014 ... Christian and rather American. Halloween falls on October 31 because of a pope, and its observances are the result of medieval Catholic piety. It's true that the ancient Celts of Ireland and Britain celebrated a minor festival on Oct. 31 — as they did on the last day of most other months of the year. However, Halloween falls on the last day of October because the Feast of All Saints or "All Hallows" falls on Nov. 1. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Xavmp/~3/zgtCOEhOErI/listos-para-halloween.html

THE CAMINO DE SANTIAGO (WAY OF ST. JAMES), SPAIN- A Journey of Faith ALWAYS A JOY... - October 25, 2014 ... Why? Because I always felt drawn to the idea of discovering who God was to me and this long walking pilgrimage seemed just what would help me discover God in a personal way. The St. James Way walking pilgrimage was my one greatest desire to achieve as a Catholic since I was in my mid-twenties! Last year, I thought I had to finally drop these dreams as being a volunteer, I had to be practical...yet the yearning persisted in my heart. Brendan Pereira, whom I really felt blessed ...http://alwaysajoy.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-camino-de-santiago-way-of-st-james.html

Pope SAINT John Paul II: Mission Accomplished TOM PERNA - October 22, 2014 Today is the day that the JP Generation has been waiting for since our beloved Pope John Paul II passed from this life into the life of Heaven – his first ever feast day in the Catholic Church's liturgical calendar. He is officially a canonized Saint of the Catholic Church. Knowing the example that the modern world needed when it came to heroic virtue and holiness, Pope John Paul II canonized ...http://tomperna.org/2014/10/22/pope-saint-john-paul-ii-mission-accomplished/

Saint of the Day: Pope John Paul II DA MIHI ANIMAS - October 22, 2014 The following comes from the Patron Saints Index: For many years Karol believed God was calling him to the priesthood, and after two near fatal accidents, he responded to God's call. He studied secretly during the German occupation of Poland, and was ordained on 1 November 1946. In these years he came to know and practice the teachings of Saint Louis Marie Montfort and Saint John of the Cross. Earned his Doctorate in theology in 1948 at the Angelicum in Rome, Italy. ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/10/saint-of-day-pope-john-paul-ii.html

What Is the Grace of Final Perseverance? PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - October 21, 2014 ... you say, 'The way of the Lord is not just.' Hear now, O house of Israel: Is my way not just? Is it not your ways that are not just? 26 When a righteous man turns away from his righteousness and commits iniquity, he shall die for it; for the iniquity which he has committed he shall die. 27 Again, when a wicked man turns away from the wickedness he has committed and does what is lawful and right, he shall save his life. 28 Because he considered and turned away from all the transgressions which ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2014/10/what-is-grace-of-final-perseverance.html

Newspaper Column, Our Resurrection From Suffering to Hope, Part 3 PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - October 15, 2014 ... "they're in." I am not trying to encourage complacency in matters of the divine or of eternity, just take hope that you are loved. Jesus connects the love of God to love of neighbor in the Greatest Commandment. We love God by loving others and is why we should never hate or condemn anyone. Another bit of advice will be quite Orthodox or Catholic, but I love the saints. I can't imagine life without them. They give me hope. I love Christ above them all, but ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2014/10/newspaper-column-our-resurrection-from_15.html

Liturgical Notes on the Maternity of the Virgin Mary NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - October 11, 2014 ... monument of the proclamation of Ephesus," and particularly the mosaic. The upper left section of the mosaic on the triumph arch of Saint Mary Major, with the Annunciation above and the Adoration of the Magi below. To the right of the Annunciation, the angel comes to reassure St Joseph. In the Adoration of the Magi, Christ is shown as a young child, but not as an infant, since the Gospel of St Matthew does not say how long after the Birth of Christ the Magi came to Him. October 11 was then set ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bghnLSlRw-o/liturgical-notes-on-maternity-of-virgin.html

,theological Liberalism and the Synod (5) MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - October 10, 2014 ... that liberalism against which Newman fought so strenuously in his own day? What is the gobble-de-gook of prelates pontificating about mercy and the "law of graduality", and the lack of true virile fatherhood among the shepherds, if not examples of that sentimentality that Newman detested and that is the acid of religion? It is mostly insult, without any attempt to justify with argument his disagreement over their theological positions. Cardinal Kasper is a recognised ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2014/10/theological-liberalism-and-synod-5.html

Ss Francis of Assisi and Catherine of Siena, Patron Saints of Italy NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - October 4, 2014 When an American pilgrim visits the ancient cities of Italy today, he may easily fail to realize that his own country is older than the modern state of Italy by nearly a century. From the fall of the Roman Empire until the mid-19th century, the Italian peninsula was divided into many countries, of varying size and importance, and the Pope himself ruled a fairly large one, with Rome as its capital. This country, variously called the Papal State or States of the Church, was ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/u2vVsQc5K-E/ss-francis-of-assisi-and-catherine-of.html

Church Architecture: Balancing Tradition and Modernity CATHOLIC HISTORY NERD - October 3, 2014 There has been some fascinating coverage lately of new cathedral plans and the modern design elements in them. First, the New Liturgical Movement discussed re-wreckovating the Cathedral of Berlin . The church was damaged in WWII and its mistreatment appears to have continued. A mid-century renovation decided to unite the upper church and crypt via a pillar and gaping hole, for some reason. The irony of managing to displease traditionalists by adding more railings is ...http://www.catholichistorynerd.com/2014/10/church-architecture-balancing-tradition.html

Protecting God's Word From "Bible Christians" CRISIS MAGAZINE - October 3, 2014 ... letter of ours." ~ St. Paul to the Thessalonians A former student of mine is thinking of becoming a Catholic, and she had a question for me. "I don't understand the deuterocanonical books," she ventured. "If the Catholic faith is supposed to be a fulfillment of the Jewish faith, why do Catholics accept those books and the Jews don't?" She'd done her homework , and was troubled that the seven books and other writings of the deuterocanon had been preserved only ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/N8FbnTUawTc/protecting-gods-word

Devotion to the Sacred Heart ALL MANNER OF THING - October 1, 2014 ... ambivalence toward this devotion has been due to the iconographic tradition associated with it. The devotion originated — at least in its specific contemporary form — in the early modern period, in France, and in particular in a set of revelations to a female religious, St. Margaret Mary. To my mind most of the artistic elaboration surrounding the devotion has borne those origins with it: it has been, at best, rather saccharine and effeminate, and, at worst, ...http://cburrell.wordpress.com/2014/10/01/devotion-to-the-sacred-heart/

Saint Therese, Fulton Sheen, and Eleven Sermons TOM PERNA - October 1, 2014 Over the past five weeks every Tuesday morning from 10:00am to 11:30am, over thirty parishioners and friends of Saint Mary Magdalene Catholic Church gathered to reflect on 11 sermons given by Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen on the words of St. Therese of Lisieux now in book format titled, St. Therese: A Treasured Love Story . The Catholic Book Study and Reflection is an element of our Porta Fidei Adult Faith Formation program. In late August, through ...http://tomperna.org/2014/10/01/saint-therese-fulton-sheen-and-eleven-sermons/

St. Thérèse of Lisieux: A Powerful Intercessor CATHOLIC FIRE - October 1, 2014 ... powerful intercessor for me. Let me share a little about one of my favorite saints with you and why she is so special to me. I first learned about St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus when I was 15 years old, a sophomore in a Catholic high school. In English class, her autobiography, Story of a Soul , was one of the options on our required reading list. As I read her love for Jesus and learned of her "Little Way", I couldn't help but admire and desire to ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/10/st-therese-of-lisieux-powerful.html

Women Who Touch the Heart of Father Gordon MacRae FREEDOM THROUGH TRUTH - October 1, 2014 Father Gordon MacRae, the author of the very Catholic These Stone Walls blog, a priest falsely imprisoned for over 20 years is, in my opinion, a man's man. But, to call him just that would be to limit him, and as we have come to know, if prison walls do not limit his reach into the world, then who would we be to attempt to describe him in limiting terms? But, his life has also been touched by many women, and One Woman in Particular, the Woman Clothed with the Sun. But, ...http://freethroughtruth.blogspot.com/2014/10/women-who-touch-heart-of-father-gordon.html

Saint of the Day: Jerome DA MIHI ANIMAS - September 30, 2014 ... scripture scholar known as much for his love of the scriptures as for his bad temper! The following is from the American Catholic site: Most of the saints are remembered for some outstanding virtue or devotion which they practiced, but Jerome is frequently remembered for his bad temper! It is true that he had a very bad temper and could use a vitriolic pen, but his love for God and his Son Jesus Christ was extraordinarily intense; anyone who taught error was ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/09/saint-of-day-jerome.html

A Priest Explains to His Parish Why He Has Commissioned Art and What Made Him Choose Traditional Styles NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 30, 2014 ... traditions. For instance, our icon of St. John the Baptist is eastern, but contains a quote from a modern western priest. In the western Church, our artistic tradition developed such that we tended to let the layman (not the monk) take up the task of religious art, and those artists took some bold steps away from the byzantine or eastern precedents. Consequently, in the west, our art can look less stylized and more natural and life-like. This method led to some magnificent ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/-cxPQHatCjY/a-priest-explains-to-his-parish-why-he.html

St Padre Pio SISTERS OF THE GOSPEL OF LIFE - September 23, 2014 Today is the feast day of the much loved St Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, cannonized in 2002. This short video gives a glimpse of who he was http://www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=311 but there is so much more to know about this modern day saint. Saint Pio of Pietrelcina (25 May 1887 – 23 September 1968) was a Capuchin priest from Italy who is venerated as a saint in the ...http://gospeloflifesisters.wordpress.com/2014/09/23/st-padre-pio/

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