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POPE BENEDICT AND THE SIXTH DAY That Is LENT. GLORIA OLIVAE - March 22, 2017 ... early church of the apostles as it looked like on Good Friday. 2. Doing the 'Will of God. When God expresses His Will it must be done till death. When God says 'be holy as your heavenly Father is holy,' we have to be holy until we die. We cannot stop in the middle and retire from being Holy. When God wills a person to be a bishop, that is until death. He cannot retire at 75 from doing God's will of being a bishop. Who allowed him to retire from doing God's will at 75? Canon Law? Canon Law has ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_03_01_archive.html#447245366221105245
New Leaders. GLORIA OLIVAE - March 1, 2017 ... Adam and Eve we tend to blame others for our sins. Adam blames Eve. Eve blamed the snake. And the snake blamed the Russians. We never blame ourselves. We need God's help to know our sins and we get this help through prayers; thus the importance of the first element of repentance, Prayer. We cannot know our sins unless we pray to God and asked for His help. Secondly; after knowing our sins with the help of prayer, we must have the purpose of amendment in ceasing to commit that ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_03_01_archive.html#4072679032991265619
Remembering Our Beginning... ATONEMENTONLINE - February 12, 2017 http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/02/remembering-our-beginning.html
Two by Two GLORIA OLIVAE - January 25, 2017 ... not be able to enter the kingdom of God. The concept of community life is of the essence of the Catholic Church. The church is defined as a community of souls with one heart and one mind; that is a community with one Faith and one Charity, one belief and one love. To be a Catholic, a soul must be living in community; with neighbors. The Blessed Trinity is a community of three. Prayers must be done by two or three; in fact the Divine Office ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_01_01_archive.html#801528130912653480
May You Have a Happy New Year, As It Were NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 4, 2017 This year, Lord, I would like a fatter bank account and a slimmer body. Please don't mix them up like this past year! New Year's Day is the one time in secular society when we reflect on our circumstances most acutely. What did we accomplish this past year, and what goals ought we to set for the upcoming year? This sort of reflection is built in to Catholic worship and theology, and a particular grammatical form is absolutely essential to preserve it: ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/y0QrRcub6nU/may-you-have-happy-new-year-as-it-were.html