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A Lesson in Humility JC EVERSON - March 16, 2017 Last night, after reading my meditation for the day on Marian consecration, I decided to watch tv and my choice of a program left me feeling depleted and just icky. It is a drama about computer hacking and it was filled with drugs, profanity, sex, including homosexual acts and just criminality in general. I don't normally watch such garbage and I was reminded why today. It is humbling to see how easy it is to be drawn into such a sinful lifestyle of ...http://jceverson.blogspot.com/2017/03/a-lesson-in-humility.html

In Conversation With God Volume 3 Part 1 Ordinary Time Weeks 1-6 - Francis Fernandez BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 11, 2017 In Conversation With God Volume 3 Part 1 Ordinary Time Weeks 1-6 Francis Fernandez Scepter Press ISBN 9780906138885 ASIN B006IBXLNS I have been reading this series since I was a student at Queen's University back in the late 80's and early 90's. I started reading them as they were coming out. They are an incredible series and I highly recommend them. But I must state I absolutely love the eBook versions that are now available. Mike Aquilina states: ""Now we ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/_3Oyci65ah0/in-conversation-with-god-volume-3-part.html

Way of the Cross - Saint Josemaria Escriva BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 10, 2017 ... praying the Stations daily and using these 5 numbered points one a day and then cycle back through them. And this version is excellent for personal reflection or to do together as a group or parish. This is an excellent resource for your personal spiritual life, or for your community. I highly recommend it for Saint Josemaria Escriva, who was the founder of Opus Dei, really takes a reader deep into the mysteries of the passion of Jesus Christ. Note: You can find 2 different ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/fgM10q8_VjY/way-of-cross-saint-josemaria-escriva.html

Marrying the Rosary to the Divine Mercy Chaplet - Shane Kapler BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 8, 2017 ... reading it, for a number of reasons. First I have greatly enjoyed all that I have read by Shane and have his other books in my 'to be read pile'. Second I was greatly interested in the topic. I only really discovered the Divine Mercy Chaplet a few years ago and have been praying it daily for over a year now. And the idea of paring these two devotions together just sounded incredible. In fact Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, STL in the forward concludes with: "The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/9HJkMXHpzrM/marrying-rosary-to-divine-mercy-chaplet.html

Exodus 90 Take 2 - Prayer, Asceticism, and Brotherhood BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - February 28, 2017 ... Daily exercise. From the Exodus 90 website: " Exodus 90 : The Purpose The goal of Exodus is to achieve the freedom necessary to fully engage the love of God and the love of neighbor. Exodus is based on a challenging 90-day period of purification, a dying to self, which is supported by a fraternity of like-minded men for greater interior freedom and, eventually, a more purified and selfless love. Most importantly Exodus is for men who have difficulty finding God and desire to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/61Wj9k-SaHw/exodus-90-take-2-prayer-asceticism-and.html

Lent 2017: Observing the Disciplines of This Penitential Season a Faithful Catholic's Guide BIG C CATHOLICS - February 27, 2017 ... Needy: In contemplating the sacrificial love of Christ for us during this season, we are reminded that we must be conscious of caring for our brothers and sisters in need. During Lent, the annual collection is taken up for the Catholic Relief Services, which assists so many in desperate situations. Through this endeavor, we experience the universality of the Church, which extends her heart and arms to those so much less fortunate than ourselves. Many parishes use the "Rice Bowl" as a vehicle ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/02/lent-2017-observing-disciplines-of-this.html

The Truth Most Everyone Is Unwilling to Hear (*includes Most Catholics), Part II of II THE CATHOLIC FAITHFUL - February 19, 2017 +JMJ+ (Recommended meditation: Sexagesima's Gospel Reading: Luke 8:4-15) In the previous post, we left looked at the fact that we are often unwilling to look at things from a moral perspective. Even when we do look at it from a moral perspective, it is usually from a self-directed perspective rather than transcendent, looking at our rights over God's rights. For example, mercy then become redefined as if they are at odds with justice (that old, dialectic ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheCatholicFaithful/~3/EhM_ZYhzIoM/the-truth-most-everyone-is-unwilling-to.html

Play to Your Strengths DARWINCATHOLIC - February 15, 2017 ... also, I like doing reading aloud to the kids. It's my strength, so any homeschool revision we do has to take that into account. For example, in past years when I've worried we weren't getting enough science in, we didn't add a bunch of labs that would be tended eagerly the first week and forgotten the next. We added a science book to our readaloud time. If you love something, that's probably a good sign that you should be incorporating it into your homeschooling as much as ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2017/02/play-to-your-strengths.html

Book Review and Interview With Jeannie Ewing, Author of Sea Without a Shore SPIRITUAL WOMAN - January 28, 2017 ... mainly I'm trying to encourage people in their tough times of waiting, especially when it is prolonged. I plan to complete that manuscript before I submit it to a potential publisher. What inspires you when you're writing? Prayer – Scriptures, silence, reading reflections and the lives of the saints; music – especially classical or some type of soothing instrumental music; sometimes nature inspires me, and sometimes it could be a conversation with a friend or ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/11vxICQgUbU/book-review-and-interview-with-jeannie.html

The Fixity of Liturgical Forms As an Incentive to Prayer and Lectio Divina NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 23, 2017 ... spiritual life of clergy and laity. In particular, one profits from the immensely powerful correlation of the antiphons and readings of the Office with those of the Mass.[1] It would be hard to deny that there are correlations between the character of the revised liturgical books, the customary crowd-oriented ars celebrandi, the lack of ascetical-mystical life among so large a part of the clergy, and the shallowness, if not heterodoxy, of preaching. All these things reinforce one another; ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Xam0kPL3BSA/the-fixity-of-liturgical-forms-as.html

Faith of Our Fathers: Abraham Lincoln's Daily Devotional SEASONS OF GRACE - January 20, 2017 ... references to create a statement of faith in Lincoln's own words. Barton sometimes changed the text, transposing pronouns from plural to singular, and prefixing the words "I believe." The result was almost liturgical, containing expressions like these: "I believe in penitential and pious sentiments, in devotional designs and purposes, in homages and confessions, in supplications to the Almighty, solemnly, earnestly, reverently. I believe in blessings and comfort from the Father of Mercies to ...http://seasonsofgrace.net/faith-of-our-fathers-abraham-lincolns-daily-devotional-2/

John Henry Newman MARTA, JULIE E MARIA - December 19, 2016 ... contemplate God directly. And they are a loooooooot less sinful than me, let's just leave it at that. I, on the other hand, am not as prayerful and so I think I am such hot stuff because I'm better than Joe over there who does this and that. Related to this, an article Auntie Leila linked to really stuck with me. John Henry Newman's tips for sanctity are exactly what I've been trying to do and completely failing at for years now. So why do I love to point out other people's errors when I have ...http://martajuliemaria.blogspot.com/2016/12/john-henry-newman.html

This Was Good G-MANS JOURNEY - December 11, 2016 Some good reading again from Catholic Exchange about today's mass. Please enjoy. Scripture Speaks: Gaudete Sunday GAYLE SOMERS This Sunday is Gaudete (Rejoice!) Sunday. Our Gospel gives us John the Baptist in prison as our meditation. Isn't that a bit downbeat? Gospel (Read Mt 11:2-11) St. Matthew tells us that John the Baptist "heard in prison of the works of the Christ" in Galilee, undoubtedly from his own disciples. He sent those disciples to Jesus with ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2016/12/this-was-good.html

The Holy Spirit REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - December 9, 2016 ... want me to share today. On each Friday in Advent and Lent, the preacher to the Papal household, Capucin Father Cantalamessa, gives a meditation to the Pope, Cardinals, and members of the Roman Curia. This Advent, he is preaching on the Holy Spirit. He begins by saying the with the 50th year of the end of the Second Vatican Council, he thinks this new period will be marked by the completion and integration of the Council. Then he says that the "major innovation in theology and ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-holy-spirit.html