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20 Answers the Sacraments - Fr. Mike Driscoll - 20 Answers Series From Catholic Answers BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 23, 2017 20 Answers - The Sacraments 20 Answers Series from Catholic Answers Fr. Mike Driscoll Catholic Answers Press ISBN 9781683570172 eISBN 9781683570196 ASIN B01MG19MT1 This is the sixth book that I have read in the Catholic Answers 20 Answers Series so far each of them have been great reads. During lent I am doing the 20 Answers Challenge from Catholic Answers Series . You can currently get all 20 books for 50% off, what an ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/A6fuO4JfVfA/20-answers-sacraments-fr-mike-driscoll.html

Stamp Honoring President Kennedy Offers Reminder of His Enduring Legacy CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 6, 2017 ... President John F. Kennedy on May 29, 1917, the U.S. Postal Service dedicated a Forever stamp honoring the nation's first Catholic president on Presidents' Day, on February 20, at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston. The new stamp features a 1960 photograph by Ted Spiegel, taken in Seattle, Washington, during the first week of Kennedy's historic presidential campaign, just before the candidate gave a speech when he said, "I have called the challenge of ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/stamp-honoring-president-kennedy-offers.html

Homily for the First Sunday of Lent - 5 March 2017 SERVANT AND STEWARD - March 5, 2017 ... incorrect. While we are obliged to abstain from eating meat each Lenten Friday, this does not mean we have to eat fish; though the eating of fish has because customary, it is not required. Here many ask why we are allowed to eat fish and not meat. Some – speaking from an anti-Catholic bias – have claimed the Church first allowed us to eat fish on Lenten Fridays to support the fishing industry in the middle ages. This, however, is not true. In his book, A Time ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/5MbmCMJn7m4/homily-for-first-sunday-of-lent-5-march.html

Had There Been No Reformation Would England Have Been Spared Brexit? (Opinion) CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 1, 2017 ... "fleshy will" and "carnal concupiscence". It is easy to understand why the most powerful man in Mary Tudor's Catholic England chose to attribute the rejection of Rome to the basest of motives. But he knew that that his analysis was, at best, an over-simplification. The King's determination to marry Anne Boleyn and the Pope's refusal to endorse the divorce which would have made it possible was more the occasion than the cause of the historic schism. The king had come to believe ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/had-there-been-no-reformation-would.html

The Secret Lives of Ireland's Protestants CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 13, 2017 Her friends were getting married. She made plans for the big day and imagined what she would wear. But her friends were Protestants, and she was Catholic. The priest said that her mortal soul would be at risk if she crossed the threshold of a Protestant church and he forbade her from attending. On the big day, she stood in the cold with the church door open and watched from outside. In later years, she told how hurtful it had been, and how it tainted ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-secret-lives-of-irelands-protestants.html

WLP and One License GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - February 8, 2017 ... licensing arms, the picture changed considerably. We had to take a good, long, hard look at this new picture. The driving force behind our decision was our clear mission statement here at WLP: WLP serves and inspires the singing, praying, initiating Church. We ultimately came to the decision to become a member publisher with One License precisely because doing so would help us move our mission forward; this was a decision made to better serve our customers, to better serve the singing and ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2017/02/wlp-and-one-license.html

On the Island, a Shake-Up Continues WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - February 3, 2017 ... normally see. The son of Protestant ministers who would become leaders among Manhattan's 1960s convert scene, from boyhood Barres had the unique experience of being immersed in the modern history of Catholic evangelism in the United States: Frank Sheed guided the future bishop's parents into the faith, Fulton Sheen would baptize him, Avery Dulles was another longtime family friend who'd attend his first Mass. But even if those are the well-known figures, the ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2017/02/on-island-shake-up-continues.html

Northern Ireland: Catholics Achieve Employment Parity With Protestants CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 31, 2017 ... report shows that in four out of 13 industrial sectors, there were more Protestant employees, with the biggest disparity in agriculture, forestry and fishing, where 65% of employees were Protestant and 35% Catholic. However, the present rate of youth unemployment was higher for Protestants than Catholics, at 24% compared to 18%. Between 1990 and 2015, the proportion of the population aged 16 and over who reported as ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/northern-ireland-catholics-achieve.html

Culture of Life Vs Culture of Death BOINKIE'S BLOG - January 15, 2017 ... university that is associated with the more vibrant academics in the church. Or Mother Angelica, a crippled Italian cloistered nun in the Bible Belt, who told off Cardinal Mahoney and only survived because John Paul II agreed with her. Of course, Mahoney did more than denigrate the Eucharist (which she was defending): Boys, anyone? Duterte is not Catholic, but is the popular choice over the usual (corrupt) suspects. Trump is not Catholic, but was the popular ...http://boinkie.blogspot.com/2017/01/culture-of-life-vs-culture-of-death.html

Should We Do the Works of Jesus? Really? NARU HODO - January 11, 2017 ... life of God alive inside of us. Therefore, it is not only possible to love (which is radical enough in itself). We are actually called to sanctity -- total and thorough soaking transformation by grace of our nature, so that we are "divinized" as 2 Peter 1:4 has it. I wonder, though. How many Catholics hear gospels like today's in the way I heard most of Jesus' teachings as a child? Oh, Jesus healed the sick and cast out demons, but He did that because He is God. We can't imitate that. Can you ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2017/01/should-we-do-works-of-jesus-really.html

Happy New Year. The Lost Art of Catholic Drinking VOCAL : VOICE OF CATHOLICS ADVOCATING LIFE - December 31, 2016 "Drink because you are happy, but never because you are miserable. ― G.K. Chesterton This article originally appeared in the November 2009 edition of Crisis There is Protestant drinking and there is Catholic drinking, and the difference is more than mere quantity. I have no scientific data to back up my claims, nor have I completed any formal studies. But I have done a goodhttp://vocalblog.blogspot.com/2016/12/happy-new-year-lost-art-of-catholic.html

No Good Deed... VIDEO MELIORA, PROBOQUE; DETERIORA SEQUOR - November 29, 2016 ... or something you've developed on your own at worst. Unless faith comes to us in an unconscious manner, it doesn't feel as much a gift, and it doesn't come to us more unconsciously than it does with infant ...http://poncer.blogspot.com/2016/11/no-good-deed.html