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One Post a Month: January MARY GRACE HOLMES - January 29, 2017 ... Lamanchas, and recently created a Facebook page for our farm, Bearded Acres. Lamanchas are one of the less common dairy goat breeds in our area, so it is a neat way to connect with other goat people who also love this particular breed. I will be really happy to get back to drinking our raw goat milk. While they are pregnant, our goats are dry (not milking) and we have been drinking grocery store cow's milk. And when ...http://marygraceholmes.blogspot.com/2017/01/one-post-month-january.html

Reflection for the 1st Week of Ordinary Time, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - January 8, 2017 ... it now, for thus it is fitting for us to fulfill all righteousness." In other words, Jesus' baptism was God's will, a necessary part of God's plan of salvation. John immediately agreed. He aligned his free will with God's will and chose to cooperate with God's plan even though he didn't understand it entirely. He put aside his feelings and questions and did what Jesus asked. And look what happened. The Holy Spirit descended upon Jesus as He was coming up from the water, and ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2017/01/reflection-for-1st-week-of-ordinary.html

Raising a Festive Glass on the Feast of St. John CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 28, 2016 "Can you drink the cup that I will drink?" (Matt 20:22). This is the question Jesus posed to St. John the Evangelist and his brother, James, as they and their mother petition for seats on his right and on his left. Though not a martyr, several traditions affirm that John did suffer from persecution, though he was preserved from death. One tradition says that he was offered a poisoned cup of wine and after blessing it was not harmed. If not the cup of martyrdom, John drank ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/TnKdE8UYSVk/raising-festive-glass-feast-st-john

St. John, Apostle and Evangelist ATONEMENTONLINE - December 26, 2016 ... St. John received the apocalyptic vision. As many holy places as I have visited, rarely have I been as affected as I was while standing in that place. There it was that the Risen Lord spoke to John with a power so overwhelming that a fissure was left overhead, dividing the rock into three pieces as a reminder that the Trinity had revealed the truth on that spot. Every place one looked, there was a reminder of John: the hollow in the rock where he rested his head when he grew so tired he could ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/12/st-john-apostle-and-evangelist.html

Five Themes in Isaiah's Prophecies of Christ's Birth BIG C CATHOLICS - December 20, 2016 First, there's a sense of something wholly new. "See, I'm doing something new. Now it springs forth. Do you not perceive it?" So Isaiah 43:19 declares. Isaiah trembles with excitement at the sense of something wholly new and unexpected. The end of Isaiah 52, which was read for Christmas day mass last year, speaks of nations startled, and kings standing speechless. "They shall see what has not been told them, shall behold what they never heard. A whole new world ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/12/five-themes-in-isaiahs-prophecies-of.html

Pondering Tidbits of Truth - December 14, 2016 HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - December 15, 2016 (Photo©Michael Seagriff) Pondering Tidbits of Truth is my simple and inadequate way of providing nuggets of spiritual wisdom for you to chew on from time to time. St. Theophilus of Antioch "God gives sight to those who are capable of seeing Him. This is because the eyes of their mind are open to Him. Everyone has eyes, but some people keep them screened from the light of the sun. They cannot see the sun at all. But ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/12/pondering-tidbits-of-truth-december-14.html

Matthew 25: Life, Charity & Justice Newsletter – One Human Family AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - December 15, 2016 ... Human Family At a time of dramatic global changes and challenges, Catholics in the United States face special responsibilities and opportunities. We are members of a universal Church that transcends national boundaries and calls us to live in solidarity and justice with the peoples of the world. We are also citizens of a powerful democracy with enormous influence beyond our borders. As Catholics and Americans we are uniquely called to global ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/12/matthew-25-life-charity-justice-newsletter-one-human-family/

7QT: Yummy Dessert, Michael Buble, Saturday Laughs, & More FOR LOVE OF CUPCAKES - November 19, 2016 ... Cake! Do you need a dessert recipe for Thanksgiving? This one is GREAT and easy! Recipe Here – 3 – Michael Buble & Doodle Challenge I'm doing the #DoodleWithUsInNovember Challenge with @alexandra_plans and @christina77star on Instagram. For Day 16, we were to doodle our favorite musician. I chose Michael Buble because I love his Christmas album and because I want to encourage everyone to pray for his son Noah who was recently diagnosed with ...http://forloveofcupcakes.com/2016/11/19/7qt-yummy-dessert-michael-buble-saturday-laughs-more/

Saturday Word, 29 Oct 16 TO FIND FRUIT - October 29, 2016 ... allows me to choose the beverage that satisfies it. Solitude with our triune God helps us notice more real thirsts, spiritual thirsts: how our hearts long; things on which we set our hearts. Today's scriptures contrast the true object of our interior affections with false ones. The Psalmist was succinct: My soul is thirsting for the living God . Jesus told a parable at a sabbath meal at the home of one of the leading Pharisees . Jesus had noticed guests thirsted deeply for something shallow: ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2016/10/saturday-word-29-oct-16.html