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Just in Time for the Post-Synod Confusion: A New English Translation of the Book of Gomorrah (discount for Rorate Reader RORATE CÆLI - October 26, 2015 ... Post-Synod mess: A new English translation of the Book of Gomorrah, St. Peter Damian's manifesto against the infestation of homosexuals in the Catholic priesthood, with a foreword by Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez "Why, I ask, O damnable sodomites, do you seek after the height of ecclesiastical dignity with such burning ambition? Why do you seek with such longing to snare the people of God in the web of your perdition? Does it not suffice for you that you cast your ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/10/just-in-time-for-post-synod-confusion.html
Homily at the Funeral of Jean-André Potworowski [1947-2015] THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - October 19, 2015 ... that we can give to a person when they die. When we greeted André's body at the door, we said that we were surrounding him with the Church's prayer and asking that the promise made to him in baptism—that he would one day inherit eternal life—might be fulfilled. We pray for André and those who loved him and now cherish his memory. We pray that our friend and brother in Christ will accept the great invitation from God to enter into the fullness of eternal life. We meditate, ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2015/10/homily-at-funeral-of-jean-andre.html
Writing With Pencil CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - October 3, 2015 Healing with the written word, is a fresh and unfamiliar way of meeting one's inner self. Recently, the Catholic Times had an article on a retreat at the Benedictine Monastery using the written word. Each one writes a short autobiography to get to know oneself, and the emotions engendered: joy, anger, sorrow, pleasure, love, hate, hope. The seven colors of the rainbow were also elements of the retreat, but each was to use their own words ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2015/10/writing-with-pencil.html
Remembering John McNeill THE WILD REED - September 24, 2015 ... statement released by DignityUSA about the life and legacy of John McNeill. D ignityUSA mourns the passing of John J. McNeill, a seminal figure in the history of the 46-year-old organization of LGBT Catholics and allies, as well as the broader LGBT civil rights movement. McNeill died on the evening of September 22 at the age of 90 in hospice care in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in the presence of his devoted spouse and partner of 49 years, Charles Chiarelli. A former Jesuit priest with a ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2015/09/remembering-john-mcneill.html
Blogging Around HAPPY CATHOLIC* - August 26, 2015 ... punishments of God are not gifts?' " he said again. His eyes were filled with tears. "So it would be ungrateful not to take everything with gratitude. It doesn't mean you want it. I can hold both of those ideas in my head." Joel Lovell, GQ This is the excerpt you might have seen around the Catholic blogosphere, and it's the one that pulled me in via The Deacon's Bench . There's a lot to chew on in this interview. For me the takeaway moment was about learning to love the bomb. ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2015/08/blogging-around_26.html
For Divine Mercy, Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make THESE STONE WALLS - August 12, 2015 A team of Marian Helpers concluded a retreat behind prison walls using the Hearts Afire series by Fr Michael Gaitley from the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy. Editor's Note: This is the conclusion of a two-part post. Part One was entitled, " You Did It to Me: Wisdom and Works of Mercy " posted at These Stone Walls on April 8, 2015. It's a story of the Holocaust, but the great film, Schindler's List , based on a book by Catholic writer, Thomas ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/JEJZMrrYpps/
Homily - 9 August 2015 SERVANT AND STEWARD - August 12, 2015 ... Tolkien called "the never-ceasing silent appeal of [the] Tabernacle," and to help them satisfy "the sense of starving hunger" in their souls.  Even more than raising funds to defray the cost of our retreats, the primary goal of the members of Great River TEC must be to help others encounter the Eucharistic Lord. This is why the Eucharist is always at the heart of every TEC retreat, reserved in the Wheat Chapel where the Wheaties spend so much of their time praying before ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/mzF3MYt6Mqk/homily-9-august-2015.html