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Win a 2016 Magnificat Lenten Companion! JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - February 11, 2016 ... didn't have time to put things down. I ended up walking up with my tote bag and book. I would be lying if I said my heart wasn't pounding as I read the prayer. I was trying to breathe properly while I read it and tried to focus on the fact that I was doing it for a greater good. I hate public speaking... with a passion. When I gave the valedictorian-style speech at my high school graduation, I shook. I hate the attention. It's extremely unlike me to volunteer ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2016/02/win-2016-magnificat-lenten-companion.html

New Traditional Catholic College in Three Years RORATE CÆLI - February 6, 2016 We we alerted to a new traditional Catholic college starting in 2019 (there is already an online high school education being offered). The following was written for us by Rev. Mr. Edward Schaefer: www.collegiumsanctorumangelorum.org By Deacon Edward Schaefer: Newman wrote about "the idea of a university" at a time when the universities of Europe had been largely secularized. This is certainly the case in America today. American Catholic colleges and universities today ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/02/new-traditional-catholic-college-in.html

My Godson, God Bless Him! ANA BRAGA-HENEBRY'S JOURNAL - February 5, 2016 ... starting-point, gardens, castles, famous landmarks or Jane Austen's house. And much more, ending of course with a visit to Paddington Station. One of the photos shows him with a fellow fellowship recipient and the Ambassador at a dinner. I have been such a faraway godmother, as he was very little in Brazil when I left, thirty years ago, never to return. Yes, I sent him a few gifts over the years... trinkets we have both forgotten. My only real gift to him has been that of ...http://anabragahenebrysjournal.blogspot.com/2016/02/my-godson-god-bless-him.html

"Many Things Can Wait but Children Cannot, for Them We Cannot Answer Tomorrow; Their Name Is Today" CHILDREN'S ROSARY - February 5, 2016 ... unexpectedly. Yesterday, it was 50 degrees and we were enjoying the unseasonable warmth. Today everything is covered in a blanket of snow. Our Blessed Mother who stands at the door of the Church was covered in snow this morning. The wind driving the snow hard against her. We cannot know how quickly things will change. A warm day can on a dime change into a treacherous winter storm as we saw in the last 24 hours. Do not delay ones good intentions. Let us not think of tomorrow but rather think ...http://childrensrosary.blogspot.com/2016/02/many-things-can-wait-but-children.html

It's OK to Say It {When You're Worn Through} BLESSED BY GOD - January 27, 2016 ... does. That's life. Regardless of our circumstances or family size surely we all feel down or discouraged occasionally. Last night as Jesse and I were talking I said "I can't do this anymore". I'm not even sure what *this* I meant exactly. All I know is that I felt like whatever *this* was too much and I couldn't do it. Then I read THIS post of diary entries by a brand new Saint - St. Zelie Martin (St. Therese of the Child Jesus' mother). "Life is short and full of misery" she ...http://ekblad9.blogspot.com/2016/01/its-ok-to-say-it-when-youre-worn-through.html

The January Blues THE BLOGGING BROTHER - January 13, 2016 Let's be honest, January is a gloomy old month. It's back to school and work. The days are short, cold, wet and dreary. Spring seems an age away. And if you are prone to seasonal affective disorder (SAD), you will be struggling with the lack of light, which makes it even a greater challenge. The 'January Blues' is an expression often used to express such feeling at this time of year. Trying to get motivated and energetic during these days can be challenging. ...http://thebloggingbrother.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-january-blues.html

5 Spiritual New Year's Resolutions THE SPIRITUAL WORKOUT - January 8, 2016 ... bogged down in our own thoughts that we might miss something that God is very clearly saying to us. Spiritual direction can really help unpack all these thoughts to help lead us closer to God. 2. Add 5 more minutes of prayer to your day If you want to become closer to another person, you spend more time with them. The same is true for God! If you want to build a deeper relationship with Him, talking to Him more will lead to that. A good place to start is to add just 5 more ...http://spiritualworkoutblog.blogspot.com/2016/01/5-spiritual-new-years-resolutions.html

New Year's Resolutions Anyone? *insert Best of Intentions Here* LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 6, 2016 ... early wake up time, as that is always one of the most difficult parts of my day. I hate getting out of bed, I could lounge there for hours if allowed. Have I mentioned that over my break, I was able to sleep in until *8 am*? Peeps, the last time I slept in that long I was in my 20's. That would be a two digit difference in the first number in that equation. IT'S BEEN A LONG TIME. I reveled in it. But I'm getting off track, as I am wont to do. ;-) At any rate, ideally, this early morning time ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/01/new-years-resolutions-anyone-insert.html

Newspaper Column, Therese's Gift to Us: The Little Way PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - December 23, 2015 ... from someone, keep quiet. In short, think of how Jesus responds to everything, even evil. His response is always goodness and love. This is the Little Way. This is what we must do. We have an example in Therese. And, I think we all know a Therese or two. They are probably old, don't say much, often dismissed by the busy, the powerful and rich, but they are always positive and smiling and most of all wise. It can be done! This is a short and ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2015/12/newspaper-column-thereses-gift-to-us.html

Fears, Tears, and Discerning His Will JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - December 22, 2015 ... Thursday.) Anyway, when I got home, I saw the grades and was briefly happy that I had passed... but I was also kind of disappointed that I no longer had an excuse to not continue. It doesn't make sense. I loved my classes and the professors were a dream come true for this Pope Benedict XVI fangirl and former CINO college grad. I loved every second of my courses, finding joy even in the most stressful times. However, as much as I loved them, I'm finding myself unsure of whether I want to return ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/12/fears-tears-and-discerning-his-will.html

Saint Peter Canisius – Doctor of the Catechism TOM PERNA - December 21, 2015 ... with Brother Peter Faber, the first follower of St. Ignatius of Loyola , young Peter joined the newly established Jesuit Order. He entered as a novice where he lived in the community of Cologne. He spent much time in prayer, in study, visiting the sick, and catechizing the uneducated. During this time he also published two works on St. Cyril of Alexandria and Pope St. Leo the Great . After being ordained to the priesthood, he was well known for his excellent preaching. He was ...http://tomperna.org/2015/12/21/saint-peter-canisius-doctor-of-the-catechism/

Why We Aren't Quite Merrily Rejoicing This Third Week of Advent PRINTS OF GRACE - December 15, 2015 I took this photo the year my good friend since high school, who is a practicing Jew, wanted to get photos of Christmas lights in Richmond. We had a blast taking pics and identifying the songs she knew a fraction of the lyrics for! Lord, I need You to help us out. The Scripture readings for Mass for the third Sunday of Advent are all about how we are to rejoice and be glad in all circumstances. My husband and I are both struggling a lot with that right now. I've been sick ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2015/12/Why-We-Are-Not-Quite-Merrily-Rejoicing.html

Thomas Merton and Pornchai Moontri: A Prayer for the Year of Mercy A RAM IN THE THICKET - December 6, 2015 By Ryan A. MacDonald Pornchai Moontri was Valedictorian of his high school graduating class of 2012 Tragedy struck the life of Pornchai Moontri obstructing justice and mercy. Now echoed in a prayer by Thomas Merton, the redemption of Pornchai evokes the Year of Mercy. Some recent posts over on These Stone Walls made me want to revisit something I published a few years ago but never got back to. It was an article titled "Pornchai Moontri at the Narrow Gate," ...http://araminthethicket.blogspot.com/2015/12/thomas-merton-and-pornchai-moontri.html

Advent, Day 1 DARWINCATHOLIC - November 30, 2015 ... although I can play piano well enough, I'd be a lot better at it if I consistently practiced every day. I've let slip a lot of activities over the course of this school year, in an effort to maintain order education-wise. Writing is one of those things that's slipped, and I'm out of practice, such that although I have all these ideas bumping around in my head, the thought of sitting down and putting them into words becomes easier and easier to push away. Well, time to practice ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2015/11/advent-day-1.html

Heartbreak and Responsibility JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - November 24, 2015 ... deadlines. I needed to meet those deadlines. Old habits die hard. My prayer life suffered. I placed more of an importance on finishing lecture videos than taking time out of my day to pray. I still prayed... but not as well or as I often as I had in the past. I made many terrible decisions that caused me to miss Mass. That was all on me. I take full responsibility for my decisions. Were they wrong? Absolutely. Did they make me feel terrible? Of course! Have I learned from ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/11/heartbreak-and-responsibility.html

....Difficult to Find... AUNTIE JOANNA WRITES - November 19, 2015 ... means that children learn to colour and stick, but do not absord much about the Epistle or the Gospel of the day. All good catechists say "Well, teaching shouldn't be happening on Sunday during the Mass anyway...instead children should be taught systematically in classes after school, or organised by parents, or whatever." On Sunday, they should be at Mass with their parents. But that's like the story of the chap who got lost in the city and asked the way to the park and was ...http://joannabogle.blogspot.com/2015/11/difficult-to-find.html

For the Memorial of St. Charles Borromeo PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - November 10, 2015 ... years of age, was created cardinal, and by the side of his uncle, Pius IV, administered the affairs of the Holy See. His first care was the direction of the Council of Trent. He urged forward its sessions, guided its deliberations by continual correspondence from Rome, and by his firmness carried it to its conclusion. Then he entered upon a still more arduous work - the execution of its decrees. As Archbishop of Milan, he enforced their observance, and thoroughly restored the discipline of his ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2010/11/for-memorial-of-st-charles-borromeo.html

Of Saints and Sinners DANIELLE BEAN - November 2, 2015 ... years old. Nobody said it was "one last time" – not to me, anyway. They said we would be taking some short trips to Canada – just a few of us kids at a time – to see our grandfather. It was their eyes, their tone, and their hushed late-night conversations that said "one last time." And it was the last time. I can't remember the circumstances under which I learned that Grandpapa had finally lost his battle with cancer, but I do remember that my parents, eight ...http://daniellebean.com/2015/11/02/of-saints-and-sinners/

A Heart With Open Doors GOD IN ALL THINGS - October 22, 2015 ... a school of love, [and] one of the first lessons this school teaches you is welcome." Welcome home, little one, I said to her with a shaky voice and tear-filled eyes as I took her out of her carseat and carried her through the rooms of our one-bedroom apartment that warm August day. This is where we live. This is where you will sleep. These are your books. People who love you gave them to you. This is where we live. This is our home, and now it's your home, ...http://godinallthings.com/2015/10/22/a-heart-with-open-doors/