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Our Lady of the Mount Anjara, Jordan - New Icons of the Mysteries of the Rosary, and a Miraculous Weeping Statue NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 28, 2016 ... these icons. It shows, in my opinion, a true understanding of the New Evangelization, since, regardless of the miracle, the simple beauty of each one of them in the church will surely encourage a deeper prayer that engages the whole person. This will facilitate a supernatural transformation of the person in Christ and lead, in turn, to the transformation of the culture as each person contributes to it, gracefully and beautifully, by simply going about their daily business. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ERSTemn-OpA/our-lady-of-mount-anjara-jordan-new.html

Homily for April 24 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - April 24, 2016 ... Sunday of Easter ( Scriptures for today's Mass) (I'm preaching only once this weekend, at the Sunday 5 p.m. Mass and I'm posting this before that time so there will be no audio for my homily this weekend.) Imagine a world with no newspapers, no magazines, no books, no computers, no internet , no social media, no telephone, no radio, no television… That's the world in which St. Paul lived, in the mid-first century. In that setting, over a span of about 10 years, St. Paul ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/04/homily-for-april-24.html

You Probably Don't Even Want to Ask :0 LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - April 19, 2016 ... single weeknight had an activity in it. Don't get me wrong, they were fun activities: the ballet , a visit with out of town family, dance rehearsal. All fabulous. Then there was the other stuff. The first day above 50 degrees since back in the fall, and guess who had to work on Saturday afternoon? *weakly raises hand* I don't normally have to work on the weekends, but we all have to pitch in on a handful of undesirable shifts over the course of the semester, and Saturday was one of mine. Lucky ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/04/you-probably-dont-even-want-to-ask-0.html

Availability of Venerable Matt Talbot Relic Cards ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - April 18, 2016 The Calix Society now offers Venerable Matt Talbot Relic cards on their online store at http://www.calixsociety.org/store . The size of a business card when folded, these cards include a photo of the Matt Talbot statue in Dublin, a 3rd Class relic cloth, a prayer for Matt's intercession and his canonization prayer. The card can be viewed at http://www.philly-calix.com/MT_Relic_Card.pdfhttp://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2016/04/availability-of-venerable-matt-talbot.html

Blessed Mary of the Incarnation: Mother and Foundress of Carmel in France CATHOLIC FIRE - April 18, 2016 ... into an upper middle class family in Paris in 1566. Her father, Nicholas Avrillot was a French government official. She was educated by the Poor Clares of Longchamp, who prepared her for the cloister. At the age of sixteen, however, she married Pierre Acarie, a Catholic aristocrat of good character, with whom she had six children. She was a model wife and mother. Pierre supported the Catholic League against Henry IV. When Henry became king, he seized the Acarie estates, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/04/blessed-mary-of-incarnation-mother-and.html

The Acts of the Apostles – Scripture for the Easter Season CATHOLIC HOTDISH - April 6, 2016 ... heaven and is no longer present on earth in physical or bodily form, where is the risen Christ to be found? According to St. Luke, the author of the Acts of the Apostles, one of the primary and favored ways that the risen Christ continues to be alive, well, and present is in the community that Jesus formed, the Body of Christ, the Church. The Risen Christ's Fourfold Presence. The first Christians "devoted themselves to the teaching of the apostles and to the communal life, to the breaking of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/1COBrzL6p1c/

The Hooly Blisful Martir for to Seke SERVANT AND STEWARD - April 3, 2016 Back in high school, my favorite class was British Literature. Not only did I enjoy reading works like Beowulf and Le Morte D'Artur (which, by that point, I had already read), Mrs. Lohmeyer was a challenging teacher with a great sense of humor who helped bring the literature, as it were, to life. In addition to simply reading some of the works of some of the great English authors, we also had to memorize ( and recite before the entire class ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/PNMJ6OZ3Py4/the-hooly-blisful-martir-for-to-seke.html

Join Us on Divine Mercy Sunday CHILDREN'S ROSARY - March 30, 2016 ... distance please consider unifying prayers with us. We will pray in a special way for all those unifying prayers with us. We will also pray for all the members of the Children's Rosary and all who help the Children's Rosary. Other Posts you may enjoy: Behind the ...http://childrensrosary.blogspot.com/2016/03/join-us-on-divine-mercy-sunday.html

EASTER & PENTECOST OCTAVES (including Fasting and Abstinence) FR HUNWICKE'S MUTUAL ENRICHMENT - March 28, 2016 Before the series of rolling reforms which began under Pius XII, the great Octaves of Easter and Pentecost did not contain undifferentiated days. What I mean is: Monday and Tuesday were more special than the rest of the week. They were Doubles of the First Class, while the remaining days were only semidoubles and could admit commemorations. Students of the Book of Common Prayer will remember thathttp://liturgicalnotes.blogspot.com/2016/03/easter-pentecost-octaves-including.html

A Prayer for Students, Taken From the Raccolta and a Note for Teachers DOMINUS VOBISCUM, ET CUM SPIRITU TUO. - March 19, 2016 St. John Baptist de la Salle (1651-1719) Founder of the Christian Brothers, educational reformer, and father of modern pedagogy: 1. The teacher determines the relative intelligence of every pupil in his class. 2. He adapts his language and explanations to the capacity of his class, and is careful never to neglect the duller pupils. 3. He makes sure that the pupils know the meaning of thehttp://rachelanne25.blogspot.com/2016/03/a-prayer-for-students-taken-from.html

Visit of the Relics of the Passion CHILDREN'S ROSARY - March 19, 2016 ... to mind several times that evening, "Let the children come to me"(Mark 10:14). Indeed, the children did come. These children knew well about the Passion through their prayers of the Rosary. They came to love and console Our Lord. In their innocence and purity the simplicity of their gifts touched many hearts. During the veneration I was able to come before each of the 9 relics and recommend all the members of the Children's Rosary. I also prayed for all the intentions ...http://childrensrosary.blogspot.com/2016/03/visit-of-relics-of-passion.html

Book Review: The Child With Autism Learns About Faith SPIRITUAL WOMAN - March 18, 2016 ... with autism. "The Child with Autism Learns about Faith" is a valuable resource. It only covers Genesis and Exodus, but creative religious education teachers could certainly use the same framework to cover other topics with a little adaptation. It also is helpful to have at least a few students in the class. It might be worthwhile to have two or three parishes work together to create a class if one by itself does not have enough students to support a separate ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/gOg5_Lcc_98/book-review-child-with-autism-learns.html

Join Us for a Special Year of Mercy Novena of Prayer and Fasting! CHILDREN'S ROSARY - March 6, 2016 Please join us for a special Year of Mercy Novena of Prayer and Fasting! This will begin on March 17th and conclude on March 25th. As we have shared, this year something remarkable will happen. The Annunciation, which traditionally falls on March 25th, is also the day Good Friday is celebrated. The Catholic Church transfers celebration of the Annunciation to April 4th this year. Yet, 9 months from March 25th is Christmas so even though celebration of the Annunciation ...http://childrensrosary.blogspot.com/2016/03/join-us-for-special-year-of-mercy.html

Friday Potpourri: We're Walking, We're Walking, and We're Stopping ADAM'S ALE - March 4, 2016 ... "The Eucharistic Prayer requires that everybody listens to it with reverence and in silence." I get the silence (save for the crying babies who are our future kindergarten class. If they aren't crying, you are dying.) Music shouldn't be playing, conversation shouldn't be going on, other prayers should not be taking place, our focus is on this most august of prayers. Okay. I also get the "listen" part even though it is NOT the congregation that is being ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2016/03/friday-potpourri-were-walking-were.html

College One Seminarians Serve Portland Underprivledged MOUNT ANGEL SEMINARY JOURNALISM - March 3, 2016 by Chi-Nhan Vo On February 11, 2016, the Mount Angel Seminary College I class underwent their second-semester of pastoral immersion at St. Andre Bessette Parish in downtown Portland, Oregon. Through the Red Door Retreat day program that St. Andre Bessette offers, the seminarians served free meals and conversed with guests, in addition to performing other duties, and reflected upon their experiences in group prayer. The seminarians arrived at St. Andre ...http://masjournalism.blogspot.com/2016/03/college-one-seminarians-serve-portland.html

Birthday MONTH Continues, Because Why Not? LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - February 23, 2016 ... she would like to get up out of bed and get dressed in the mornings ALL BY THE SELF. This in fact saves me quite a bit of time, I will grant, but the problem has become that at 6:30 am this past Saturday and we hear Anne's little sing song voice as she talked to herself while getting dressed, and then the dreaded: CLICK! of her door opening, with that sinking sensation that there is now a LOOSE CHILD IN THE HOUSE. Can I tell you how many years it has been since I truly got to sleep in, my ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/02/birthday-month-continues-because-why-not.html

When Lent Pulls You Out of Yourself BLESSED BY GOD - February 21, 2016 ... places. Did I mention the laundry? 5-7 loads per day on average. And now God wants me to bring social time into my life? I'm many things but I tend not to be disobedient to God so in the past week and a half I have seen more people in real life then I have in a long time. And it has been really refreshing. Visits with new friends while little ones are at their Atrium class (usually I would have filled that time with errands but this is way better!). My to do list is mostly ...http://ekblad9.blogspot.com/2016/02/when-lent-pulls-you-out-of-yourself.html

Second Sunday in Lent IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - February 17, 2016 ... 3:17-41; Luke 9:28-36 Last week in Scripture, the Holy Spirit blessed Jesus before his trials in the desert; this week, God's voice, heard from a cloud, affirms him as "my chosen Son." The transfiguration confirms Jesus and fortifies him for what is to come, that is, the Cross that looms on the horizon. The presence of Moses and Elijah attest that the road Jesus is on is in accord with the Law and the Prophets. As the inner circle of the disciples is brought to the holy ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2016/02/second-sunday-in-lent.html

Our Inner Resistance to True Genuflection REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - February 14, 2016 ... and comatose, or just demonstrating with no intention to mask their boredom and impatience are all open to survey from my chair. But it is the observation of the way that people genuflect before taking their seats that I would like to reflect on today. Many other churches in the Christian tradition have pews in their prayer halls or places of worship. But it is only in the Catholic Church that we have a tradition of placing one knee on the floor ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2016/02/our-inner-resistance-to-true.html

Annie Dillard and Art VIDEO MELIORA, PROBOQUE; DETERIORA SEQUOR - February 13, 2016 ... us, as Dillard knows, the effort seems completely pointless. To her it is the only thing that gives our life a point. Dillard, like Thoreau, is never shy about pronouncing wholesale condemnation on the way her fellows live. To her the mass of men lead lives not of quiet desperation but of superficiality, insensibility, and rank illusion. We live as if we think we're never going to die. We live as if our petty business counted. We live as if we weren't as numerous as sand, and each of us ...http://poncer.blogspot.com/2016/02/annie-dillard-and-art.html

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