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IRL : Obituary: Bishop Eamon Casey CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 13, 2017 ... over a 15-year period. She was Annie Murphy, the daughter of an American friend of the bishop, who had come to stay with Casey in Kerry in 1973 to recover from a painful divorce. The affair began in the bishop's house in Inch, in west Kerry, and their son Peter was born in 1974. Casey was adamant he should be adopted, but Murphy resisted the strong pressure he put on her and returned to America with the infant. Although he made payments towards his son's upkeep, he steadfastly refused to ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/irl-bishop-obituary-eamon-casey.html

Tuesday Quote of the Week Ccclxxviii ADAM'S ALE - February 14, 2017 ... C. S. Lewis QUOTE II : " L ove that is hopeless, that cannot end in marriage, does one of two things; either it degrades or it exalts. It leaves its mark always but that mark need not be a stain." from Mary Roberts Rhinheart QUOTE III : " L ove's like the measles; all the worse when it comes late in life." Anon. IN OTHER NEWS : A s an anonymous somebody pointed out last week, while the staff of A dam's A le was on vacation, the secretary in ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2017/02/tuesday-quote-of-week-ccclxxviii.html

'Sold to the Highest Bidder' - How Ireland's Institutions Allowed Americans to Adopt Irish Children in the 1950s CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 13, 2017 ... in Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Volume X, which covers the years 1951 to 1957, as published by the Royal Irish Academy . At that time, as many as 10 Irish children a month, the vast majority of them born outside marriage and as a result resident in Catholic institutions, were being adopted by Americans. Some 330 such children left these shores between 1950 and 1952, with such records only being kept from the former date. This trend was far from secret, ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/sold-to-highest-bidder-how-irelands.html

On Being 81 Years Old IVY ROSARY - January 8, 2017 ... literature in a field, and the discipline to stick to a project until it was finished. He taught me that life was a hobby. Book learning in our house was confined to a handful of books that he bought second hand, and which I kept reading over and over, along with the entire "Hardy Boy" series of detective stories. He taught me that we could do anything, just by being clever. The cleverness got me through the worlds of high school and even graduate school, but those two crucial elements were ...http://ivyrosary.blogspot.com/2017/01/on-being-81-years-old.html

Reading, Fast and Slow DARWINCATHOLIC - December 28, 2016 ... couple weeks ago, spurred on by my wife's recommendation and by Brandon's fortnightly read I read A Civil Contract , a Georgette Heyer novel about a marriage of convenience which gradually develops into something deeper. It was a fun, fast read which I devoured in a couple of days, sitting up late reading while early pregnancy was sending MrsDarwin to bed early. One of the things that struck me in this regard ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2016/12/reading-fast-and-slow.html

On the Feast of Stephen Καθολικός διάκονος - December 26, 2016 ... and foremost points to God's faithfulness to us. According to the law of Moses (see Leviticus 12:8 ), two turtle doves could replace a lamb as the sacrifice prescribed for consecrating a firstborn son to God. Because they were poor, St Joseph and the Blessed Virgin sacrificed two turtle doves, or maybe even two pigeons ( Luke 2:24 ), in obedience to what the law required of them. It is for these reasons that turtle doves are still associated with Christmas. Being the second day of Christmas, ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/12/on-feast-of-stephen.html

Looking Back at 2016, the Year of Surprises: Pope Francis CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 25, 2016 ... "Christian proclamation on the family:" From immigration to gender ideology, to the challenge of dialogue within families and the need for stronger marriage preparation and greater support for couples just starting out. Yet in the aftermath, most of the discussion has focused on chapter eight, which among other issues touches on the pastoral care of Catholics who find themselves in irregular relationships, particularly divorced and civilly remarried ones. On ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/looking-back-at-2016-year-of-surprises.html

Julie Parsons Set Out to Investigate Why Church of Ireland Parish in Dublin Disappeared and Uncovered Tale of Prejudice CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 15, 2016 ... British Army based in Dublin. They had four children but this was a marriage which was unhappy in the extreme, so unhappy that Ethel could bear it no longer. She wanted a divorce. Divorce was technically legal in 1935 but, within two years, De Valera's constitution would ban it outright. Ethel wasn't going to be forced to stay in her unhappy marriage. So, in 1935, she and her children, the oldest aged 15 and the youngest aged ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/julie-parsons-set-out-to-investigate.html

All I Want for Christmas ... DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - December 14, 2016 http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2016/12/all-i-want-for-christmas.html

Be Patient YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - December 11, 2016 ... in fine clothing? Those who wear fine clothing are in royal palaces. Then why did you go out? To see a prophet? Matthew 2:7-9 Piety Have you ever been in despair? The answer is simple. Quit looking at your circumstances and look at God. (J. Bailey Smith) Study Christmas is near and the liturgy tells us to rejoice. This Sunday is Gaudete Sunday. In every Mass we hear "Lift up your hearts,"-- there is always cause for rejoicing when one considers eternal salvation. Rose is the official color of ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/12/be-patient.html

On the Meaning of the Election and Its Aftermath CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 1, 2016 ... Screwed Up the World, and Five Others That Didn't Help —the current elites never have even taken the time to truly get to know the people they have for a long time been imposing public policies on. They seemed to be stunned when the people struck back with their one decisive weapon: the vote. The fallout from elite arrogance and the Clinton sleaze factor did in the Democratic nominee. Only time will tell if this and the 2014 mid-term election signal a permanently weakening of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/r9LjDoSZpZw/meaning-election-aftermath

Empty Manger Caroling - For Life DTF DEFEND/PROCLAIM THE FAITH - November 28, 2016 Post-Election – pray every day for our President-elect and for a peaceful transition Nov 30 Wed 12 Noon, Holy Hour for Life, Marriage, and Religious Freedom with scripture, rosary, adoration and Benediction, at Our Lady of the Rosary Church, 23 Fales St, Worcester. Dec 2 Fri 8PM 1st Friday Mass celebrated by Fr. Jim Boland of St. Lukes, followed by Eucharistic Adoration all night in the Problem Pregnancy Chapel, 495 Pleasant St. Worc until 8am ...http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2016/11/empty-manger-caroling-for-life.html

Throwback Thursday: Will You Take Gravy With Your Football? IN OTHER WORDS - November 24, 2016 ... was meant to give thanks. As professional football grew in popularity, it was natural that the pro game would appear on Turkey Day as well. Throughout the early days of the NFL, it seems as if almost every team had a game on Thanksgiving. O ne of the most significant pro games in history was played on Thanksgiving 1925, when the college great Red Grange made his professional debut for the Chicago Bears. Playing before a Wrigley Field crowd of 36,000 – at the time, the ...http://hadleyblog.blogspot.com/2016/11/throwback-thursday-will-you-take-gravy.html