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The B-List: Comics That Will Never Be Made Into Movies #04: Spider-Man: One More Day (2008) THE B-MOVIE CATECHISM - January 24, 2016 ... be made into movies, it dawned on me that it's so far been comprised of nothing but DC Comics from the late 60s/early 70s. Well, there's an easy way to rectify that situation. Ladies and gentleman, may I introduce to you one of the most reviled storylines in modern comics, nay, in all of comics… Spider-Man: One More Day. First, a little back story. One More Day was published on the heels of Civil War, the company-wide crossover event that pitted all of ...http://b-moviecat.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-b-list-comics-that-will-never-be.html

Change the World CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - January 1, 2016 ... are the students working part-time to earn their tuition at low-paying jobs. Mass media uses the word 'Sampo' generation: compelled to give up romance, marriage and children. 'Sam' is the word for three and 'Po' give up. This give-up-generation now adds four more things they have to give up: home owning, social life, and recently added was dreams and hopes. He wants students who come for counseling to hold their head up high, look up at the sky, know what they ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2016/01/change-world.html

The Graceful Lady TIME FOR REFLECTIONS - December 7, 2015 ... in the same place on the left of the Altar. She was an elegantly dressed lady in her mid to late fifties. She took part in silent prayer throughout Mass and never came forward for Communion. At the end of Mass she got out of church without speaking with anyone and drove away in a nice new car. Not the sort of car you see often in St Vincent Church whose parishioners are mostly either out of work or earning a pittance in a job in the poorest town in the country. Father Ignatius ...http://timeforreflections.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-graceful-lady.html

My 'Coming-Out' Story GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO - December 6, 2015 So it's late at night. Can't sleep. Been a while since I've blogged. So get ready for one of my little all-over-the-place somewhat mini-rant and 'coming out' story. For those expecting a juicy, steamy, sexy adult post, you've got another thing coming! I'm coming-out of the closet with a range of thoughts, reflections and more importantly: as a creature of God, with a very Catholic view on the realm of sexuality, and the world in general. Enjoy my rant, feel free to ...http://ravenswiss.blogspot.com/2015/12/my-coming-out-story.html

Pray for Marriages (Waiting Patiently) SIMPLY INSPIRED PRAYER - November 30, 2015 ... hearts firm, because the coming of the Lord is at hand. James 5:7 Similarly, when we pray for marriages, we expect swift answers and quick resolutions. Waiting can be too painful. Unfortunately or perhaps fortunately for us, the Lord makes us wait. He wants to draw us closer to Him so that we may know the depth of His love for us. His love perfects and changes us, which is necessary if He is to transform our spouse! Truly, the LORD is waiting to be gracious to you, truly, he shall rise to show ...http://simplyinspiredprayer.blogspot.com/2015/11/pray-for-marriages-waiting-patiently.html

Purgatory Shows That No Man Is an Island COMMUNIO - November 23, 2015 ... early Jewish idea of an intermediate state includes the view that these souls are not simply in a sort of temporary custody but, as the parable of the rich man illustrates, are already being punished or are experiencing a provisional form of bliss. There is also the idea that this state can involve purification and healing which mature the soul for communion with God. The early Church took up these concepts, and in the Western Church they gradually developed ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/11/purgatory-shows-that-no-man-is-an-island/

"Life Is Bigger Than Explanations" – To Rome's Lutherans, Pope Talks Conscience on Communion WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - November 15, 2015 ... this 97th November Plenary of the Stateside bishops, the public sessions beginning just after 10am Eastern Monday due to early regional meetings. Even if the halls here are already full of conversation, yet again this Sunday's sudden top-line comes from Rome, where the Pope visited the city's Evangelical Lutheran church for an ecumenical dialogue. (Indeed, with an eye to the coming 500th anniversary of the German Reformation in 2017, today's event follows quickly on the heels ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2015/11/life-is-bigger-than-explanations-to.html

Forty Years After Franco: Let Us Not Be Ashamed of Our Own History SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - November 9, 2015 ... Crusade . _________________ A young American male traveling in Spain in the early 1960s, as I was and did, would notice that women did not sunbathe topless on the country's beaches the way many did on the French Riviera. There weren't even any bikinis. An American who lived in the country explained to me that the body-covering one-piece swimsuits I saw everywhere were "required." I was also told that a couple holding hands in the street could be arrested if a policeman spotted ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2015/11/forty-years-after-franco-let-us-not-be.html

Searching for Grandma TEA AT TRIANON - October 27, 2015 ... her own daughter. Magdalena was a bright and precocious child and wanted to be a teacher. She began teaching as early as age fourteen, and by age twenty had her teaching certificate. It was then she met my grandfather, Herman Strong, from Alabama. They married and had four children. The youngest is my mother. When the Japanese invaded the Philippines in 1942 my grandfather, being an American citizen, was sent to Santo Tomas concentration camp in Manila. Magdalena made ends ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/10/searching-for-grandma.html

Archbishop's 8th Charity Dinner: LIVING GOD'S MERCY & OURS: THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - October 23, 2015 ... and in our schools. Adults and children are grappling with their own unique family situations. Our hearts go out to those who face such difficulties. You can appreciate, then, why in the Archdiocese, we have taken as our theme for this Pastoral Year 2015–2016, "The Family: Home of Love and Mercy." Children, families, parents and grandparents, siblings, uncles, and aunts crave a hearth where they can find love, affirmation, and support. But because families are also places where hurts ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2015/10/archbishops-8th-charity-dinner-living.html

On Marriage and Ministry HEART FOR GOD - October 17, 2015 ... marriage and ministry with you this afternoon. First of all, let me tell you how excited I am for each of you women. God has good things ahead. I could tell from the introductory remarks you made weeks ago that you're coming into this "wife of a deacon" life with different reactions – most of you sounded thrilled, some were shocked, but all of you sounded open and ready and already saying "YES" to what God has ahead. I left that Saturday session giving ...http://heartforgodltd.blogspot.com/2015/10/on-marriage-and-ministry.html