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Mourning and Forgiveness… MARY LENABURG - January 3, 2017 ... me Dad fifteen years ago. Be bravely fought cancer for ten years yet his passing was a surprise. My father-in-law went in for a rather simple procedure and two weeks later he was gone. Another surprise. Compound that with the actual day of his passing, the second anniversary of Courtney's death, and I was left feeling bereft and angry. Bereft because death took yet another loved one, angry because Courtney's anniversary was ...http://www.marylenaburg.com/2017/01/mourning-ad-forgiveness.html/

Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God Καθολικός διάκονος - January 1, 2017 Roman Catholics observe New Year's day as a solemnity (even when it doesn't fall on a Sunday): the Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God. For the past 50 years, at the instigation of Bl. Pope Paul VI shortly after the Second Vatican Council, Catholics have also observed New Year's Day as the World Day of Peace. Sadly, until the Lord returns in his glory, we will always need to pray and work for peace. This is what followers of the Prince of ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/01/solemnity-of-blessed-virgin-mary-mother.html

An Appeal for the Heart That Conquered Death: Reflections for a Catholic New Year A CATHOLIC LIFE - January 1, 2017 ... Christ said the greatest of all the Commandments was to love the Lord our God and the second greatest to love our neighbor as yourself (Mark 12:30-31). While society may ignore the reality of this lack of love, we can blame no one except ourselves. We must be beacons of the Light of Christ. We must become mirrors of His love to "bring the Gentiles from darkness." The Lord will judge each of us per our works (Romans 2:6), and unfortunately, society ignores the inevitably reality of Judgment. Do ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/8p_U26e9w6s/an-appeal-for-heart-that-conquered.html

Living With the Unimaginable… MARY LENABURG - December 28, 2016 ... day. I don't believe in coincidences. I have said before these are just moments where God is present but chooses to remain anonymous. If you follow me on social media, you have walked this path with us lifting us in prayer and thanksgiving for the remarkable turn around Don had made. I appreciate all your words of kindness and encouragement. I appreciate all of your prayers. We thought we were on a path to recovery. God had a different plan. Right now we are reeling from the ...http://www.marylenaburg.com/2016/12/living-with-the-unimaginable.html/

Catholics Agree: It's a Wonderful Life CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 20, 2016 This year marks the 70th anniversary of Frank Capra's beloved Christmas movie, It's a Wonderful Life . It debuted December 20, 1946, just a year after World War II ended. (Remember, the film begins and ends with the expected return of war hero Harry Bailey.) The film offers several Catholic perspectives. How many movies today would begin with eight people praying? But, in a world afflicted by the culture of death, I want ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/wbxHvevpAD4/catholics-agree-wonderful-life

EUROPE/ITALY - Fr. Andrea Santoro: Man, Believer, a Pastor and a Witness of the Gospel CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 29, 2016 ... Western world and the Middle East (see Fides 06/02/2006; 07/02/2006 ; 08/02/2006; 09/02/2006; 10/02/2006). Cardinal Sandri emphasized in his homily that Father Andrea "managed to light the fire of the Word of God and of charity in the community which he led. The events that were organized in collaboration with the Vicariate of Rome in this year enabled us to focus on the salient features of his profile as a man, believer, pastor and witness of the Gospel". In the ten years ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/europeitaly-fr-andrea-santoro-man.html

Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - November 27, 2016 "You also must be ready!" [Mt. 24:44] Ready for what? For the coming of the Lord Jesus. Today, we are celebrating the First Sunday of Advent. Did you know that the word "Advent" means "coming?" Because the First Sunday of Advent marks the beginning of a time of prayer and fasting in preparation for the coming of the Lord, it is placed as the first Sunday of the Liturgical Calendar. Today marks the First ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2016/11/homily-for-today_27.html

Happy Feast Day (to Us!) NUNBLOG - November 26, 2016 This last day of the liturgical year, this Saturday in honor of Mary and day before the start of Advent (yes, it really is) is also the anniversary of death and the Feast of Blessed James Alberione, our Founder. As he approached the end of his life, he had this to say: "Here is a half-blind man, who is being led, and in moving along he is enlightened from time to time so that he can proceed further: God is the light." "Before God and man, ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/11/happy-feast-day-to-us.html

Fr Yu Heping, a Year After His Death, "His Love and Sacrifice Are Still Alive in the Church in China" CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 9, 2016 In the past few days, many Catholics in and outside of China have remembered Fr Yu Heping, also known as Heping (peace in Chinese), on the first anniversary of his death. On 8 November exactly a year ago, his family received news that his body was found that day. The priest's body was found in a river near the city of Taiyuan (Shanxi). Since then, the police maintained that the clergyman's death was a ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/fr-yu-heping-year-after-his-death-his.html

St. Teresa of Avila: Doctor of the Church CATHOLIC FIRE - October 15, 2016 ... the townsfolk, she established the convent of St. Joseph on August 24, 1562. She endured much, including a lawsuit, but eventually the resistance subsided, and Teresa enjoyed several years of peace at her convent of St. Joseph. It was during this time that she wrote her Way of Perfection. It became clear to Teresa that it was the will of God to establish more foundations than just her convent of St. Joseph. She began traveling around establishing convents, relying on the providence and ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/10/st-teresa-of-avila-doctor-of-church.html

St. Thérèse of Lisieux, 'The Little Flower' — Virgin and Doctor of the Church BIG C CATHOLICS - September 30, 2016 ... tuberculosis, AIDS sufferers, illness and loss of parents. Her perfect trust in God, deep faith and patient suffering is an example for us to follow. Saint Pius X called St. Thérèse the "greatest saint of modern times." Marie Thérèse Martin was born at Alençon, France on January 2, 1873, the youngest of five daughters. Her father, Louis Martin, was a watchmaker, and her mother, Zélie Martin, who died of breast cancer when Thérèse was four, was a lace ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/09/st-therese-of-lisieux-little-flower.html