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That Old, Royal Road of Our Fathers DARWINCATHOLIC - August 9, 2017 (9) The present moment is an ever-flowing source of holiness. Are we thirsty? Then we have not far to go to find the fountain of living water. It bubbles up near us at every moment. How foolish it is to tire ourselves by searching for tiny rivulets which can never quench our thirst. Only the fountain can satisfy us. It is inexhaustible. Do you want to think, write and live like prophets, apostles and saints? ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2017/08/that-old-royal-road-of-our-fathers.html

A Man Came Up to the Window to Ask for Money. I Know There Are Those Who Do This As a Scam. So What Should You Do? HAPPY CATHOLIC* - August 4, 2017 This is a post I've been running occasionally for over a decade. Today I'm running it because it is St. John Vianney's feast day. As you can see below, he was a major influence in changing my heart and mind toward the poor. Not that I don't still struggle with the issue, but every time I come back to the quote I feature. St. John Vianney, pray for us! =================== When I was talking to my sister about this some time ago, she had the short answer. ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/08/a-man-came-up-to-window-to-ask-for.html

When Taking Care of Yourself Becomes Overindulgence JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - June 14, 2017 ... most of the day because my body felt very heavy and it was exhausting simply sitting up. It wasn't laziness; my doctors all confirmed it was due to the anemia. I didn't have the physical (and mental) strength to function like a normal human being. I tried to push myself and do things despite my physical weakness but that ended up backfiring and I spent more time in bed, trying to regain strength. When that happened, I knew I had to admit "defeat" and allow myself to do what my body wanted. If ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2017/06/when-taking-care-of-yourself-becomes.html

Watching and listening again to Martin Scorsese's Silence , things ... TERESA'S TWO CENTS - May 27, 2017 Watching and listening again to Martin Scorsese's Silence , things come to mind that I want to put in words. The five senses play a part in Ignatian spirituality , I learned while attending an Oremus workshop this past week. Even before learning that, however, I caught references in the movie to seeing, smelling, tasting. The movie's soundtrack is practically overwhelming with the sound of crickets! 1 Consider these examples from the movie that mention the human senses. ...http://teresatwocents.blogspot.com/2017/05/watching-and-listening-again-to-martin.html

Pause for Prayer: TUESDAY 5/23 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - May 23, 2017 ... and droop and die... I get this, Lord. I know they're thirsty and I know they wait on me to wait on them, to feed their beauty, to refresh them to withstand the heat of day... I visit my porch door friends each day, Lord, to shower them with my attention and slake their thirst for what they need for life and in return they grow, they bloom, they flourish and brighten all my comings and my goings, these portal pansies waiting for me to wait on them.. My soul is ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2017/05/pause-for-prayer-tuesday-523.html