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School Memories During the Turbulent Vatican II Years CRISIS MAGAZINE - September 16, 2016 ... who had descended to give a report of earthly doings and what Heaven wanted done henceforth. We attended Mass in Latin, sang hymns in Latin and studied Latin. Our quietly spoken, yet determined teacher Mother Conleth, managed to convey to us that conjugating verbs in Latin and translation, was essential to any kind of semi-decent life on earth. She would begin each class with Salve puellae ("Hello girls") and then get down to business. Not to do one's Latin homework was simply human perfidy ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/sHXW2eehr-k/school-memories-turbulent-vatican-ii-years

Just a Little Window Into My Brain Right Now ;-) LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 13, 2016 ... doing, I'm having a difficult time managing it. Teaching is performing in a sense, and for an introvert, it's very exhausting. But I can handle that. For the most part. ;-) I've been really tired, but I'm making it. Here's the thing though: it's *everything else.* My daily schedule is so frenzied between actively teaching, putting out small fires that come up during class with confused students and technology problems abounding, preparing for the next week's lesson plan, and ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/09/just-little-window-into-my-brain-right.html

Kick-Starting Your Prayer Life AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - September 12, 2016 All of us have difficulties with prayer and we have to understand this is normal. Prayer takes a lot of work, even to get to the point of being OK at it. In many ways prayer is like any other relationship. Many of us start out basing it, in many ways, on good experiences and emotions. This, as in a romantic relationship, is a good thing, because it helps bring two people closer together. But, real love can only be fostered once we stop ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/09/kick-starting-your-prayer-life/

Mother Teresa's Feast Day HAPPY CATHOLIC* - September 5, 2016 ... hard). Anyway, here's a bit of her story. After a short course with the Medical Mission Sisters in Patna, Mother Teresa returned to Calcutta and found temporary lodging with the Little Sisters of the Poor. On 21 December she went for the first time to the slums. She visited families, washed the sores of some children, cared for an old man lying sick on the road and nursed a woman dying of hunger and TB. She started each day in communion with Jesus in the Eucharist and then ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2016/09/mother-teresas-feast-day.html

Commemorating the Canonization of Mother Teresa {and "Works of Love Are Works of Peace" Giveaway!} SHOWER OF ROSES - September 3, 2016 ... together, and her amazing love for our Lord and His Saints that she shared with us grandchildren. - posted here on The Feast of Blessed Mother Teresa in 2008 Mother Teresa wasn't always named Mother Teresa. She was born in 1910 into a regular family, like you or me, in modern day Macedonia in Southeast Europe. Her name was Anjezë, which is Agnus in English. When she was 18 years old, she felt called to be a nun, so she left home for Ireland and joined a religious order called the Sisters ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/Ma33xyvT-m0/mother-teresa.html

The Dreaded "D" Word.... FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - August 21, 2016 ... giving a part of your life, you'd be amazed at what you're able to do. Same is true about prayer. Making Sunday Mass a priority - but what about the rest of the week to either incorporate communal prayer (daily Mass, bible study) instead of another binge on Netflix. Same is true of service to others - whether it's more close to home - family, friends, neighbors who need us - or even more selfless- volunteering to help those who are sick, who are hungry, who ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-dreaded-d-word.html

St. Dominic De Guzmann: Saint of the Holy Rosary CATHOLIC FIRE - August 7, 2016 ... a teacher of Pope St. John Paul II when he was a student at the Angelicum in Rome, stated: "Our Blessed Lady made known to St. Dominic a kind of preaching till then unknown; which she said would be one of the most powerful weapons against future errors and in future difficulties." Prayer St. Dominic, pray for us, for our families and loved ones, and all who have strayed away from the faith, and especially for those in our society today – all our brothers and sisters who ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/08/st-dominic-de-guzmann-saint-of-holy.html

A Second Look at the Our Father (Sunday 17.C) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - July 24, 2016 have great little app on my phone called The Three Minute Retreat . Every day it offers a simple meditation, Jesuit-style, putting me in the mood for prayer with beautiful photos and, if I feel like it, some music in the background. Sometimes I make my three minute retreat sitting up in bed; other times I go to their website and pray at my computer. And other times—too many other times—I tell myself I don't have three minutes! That's sad, because it's amazing how much ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-second-look-at-our-father-sunday-17c_24.html

STS. PETER AND PAUL - Teaching the Word of God in Seminaries. GLORIA OLIVAE - June 30, 2016 ... different degrees of understanding but within the natural capability of natural man; 'some say Elijah. Some Jeremiah or one of the prophets. ' The idea of Christ being a person is obvious. The idea of a prophet is slightly higher intellectually but is still within man's natural capability to understand. 3. Supernatural language. But the Word of God is the spoken Word of God, spoken to man for his instruction. Man can understand the dictionary meaning of the sounds. But man will not be able to ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_06_01_archive.html#6892482954272148574

Dousman. THE CITY AND THE WORLD - June 6, 2016 ... prisoner named Stefan JasieŇ"ski as he awaited execution. The cell where JasieŇ"ski carved this image is near that of St. Maximilian Kolbe, though it should be noted that JasieŇ"ski arrived at Auschwitz a couple of years after Kolbe's death and probably wasn't aware that the priest had preceded him there. Some readers may also recognize this image as the one that graces the cover of the English edition of Hans Urs von Balthasar's superb little book Love Alone Is Credible . As it happens, Vince ...http://jesuitjoe.blogspot.com/2016/06/dousman.html