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"Mondays With Mary" – 10 Quotes From Pope St. John Paul II on the Presentation of the Lord TOM PERNA - February 1, 2016 ... Jerusalem according to the provisions of the law of Moses (cf. Lk 2:22-24). And it is also her feast: Mary's." "With his inspired words, Simeon, a man of the Old Covenant, a man of the temple of Jerusalem, expresses his conviction that this Light is meant not only for Israel, but also for pagans and all the peoples of the earth. With him, the 'aged' world receives in its arms the splendor of God's eternal 'youth'. However, the shadow of the Cross already looms in the ...http://tomperna.org/2016/02/01/mondays-with-mary-10-quotes-from-pope-st-john-paul-ii-on-the-presentation-of-the-lord/

Pro-Life Quotes of Pope Francis DA MIHI ANIMAS - January 22, 2016 The following comes from UCatholic: 1. "It is God who gives life. Let us respect and love human life, especially vulnerable life in a mother's womb." - on Twitter, May 15, 2013 2. "All life has inestimable value even the weakest and most vulnerable, the sick, the old, the unborn and the poor, are masterpieces of God's creation, made in his own image, destined to live forever, and deserving of the utmost reverence and respect." - Message ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/01/pro-life-quotes-of-pope-francis.html

Reflection 9, January 10, 2016, Sunday After Ephiphany PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - January 10, 2016 ... know ourselves. Someone busy trying to understand himself has no time to notice the shortcomings of others. Judge yourself and you will stop judging others. Judge a poor deed, but do not judge the doer. It is necessary to consider yourself the most sinful of all, and to forgive your neighbor every poor deed. One must hate only the devil, who tempted him. It can happen that someone might appear to be doing something bad to us, but in reality, because of the ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2016/01/reflection-9-january-10-2016-sunday.html

St. Angela of Foligno and Mercy ABBEY ROADS - January 6, 2016 ... which she had difficulty confessing, was more to do with sins of the flesh. She railed so against the world after her conversion, that it seems to me she was guilty of something much more shameful than gossip. Allowing my imagination to wander, it seemed reasonable to think she may have had an abortion or procured one. She may have been promiscuous - and may have conceived? I'm only speculating because I grew up in an Italian neighborhood and knew that stuff happened - and of course there was ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2016/01/st-angela-of-foligno-and-mercy.html

St. André Bessette: Miracle Man of Montreal CATHOLIC FIRE - January 6, 2016 ... André had a special ministry to the sick. He would rub the sick person with oil from a lamp in the college chapel, and many were healed. Word of his power spread, and when an epidemic broke out at a nearby college, Andre volunteered to help; no one died. The trickle of sick people to his door became a flood. His superiors were uneasy; diocesan authorities were suspicious; doctors called him a quack. "I do not cure," he always said. "Saint Joseph cures." By his death, he was receiving ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/01/st-andre-bessette-miracle-man-of.html

Remembering Mozart CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 30, 2015 ... of the late Andrew Greeley or Tom Clancy because they wrote so many? All that paper may serve as a tribute to the logging industry that felled the trees to make the books, but that is hardly a reason for anyone to actually go out and read them. As for Mozart, it is a question of the stunning sublimity of the music he made that succeeds, even now, in beguiling listeners the world over. Music that will be judged, long after the last rapper has fallen blessedly silent, an imperishable monument to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/GhlvQWo5_jY/remembering-mozart

Meaning of Christmas CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - December 24, 2015 ... temptation which arises in times of prosperity: it is the danger that the Christian community becomes just another 'part of society', losing its mystical dimension... When this happens, the poor no longer have their proper role in the Church. This is a temptation from which particular Churches, Christian communities, have suffered greatly over the centuries; in some cases, they become so middle class that the poor even feel ashamed to be a part of them. It is ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2015/12/meaning-of-christmas.html

St. John of the Cross, a "Master of Faith" for St. John Paul II CATHOLIC FIRE - December 14, 2015 ... Medina to sing his first Mass, he met Teresa of Avila, who had begun a reform within the order. She was 52 at the time; he was 25. "When I spoke with this friar he pleased me very much. I learned from him how he also wanted to go to the Carthusians. Telling him what I was attempting to do, I begged him to wait until the Lord would give us a monastery and pointed out the great good that would be accomplished if in his desire to improve he were to remain in his own order and that much greater ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/12/st-john-of-cross-master-of-faith-for-st.html

"A True Legacy of the Second Vatican Council Is Being Fulfilled in the Person and Pontificate of Pope Francis." and That ABBEY ROADS - December 13, 2015 ... initial draft, "the concern for the poor was neglected," he said noting that the same held true for the council's fourth session in 1965. Despite the fact that the session took place right after the 1964 Eucharistic Congress in Bombay, which focused heavily on solidarity with the poor and was attended by many of the councils protagonists, concern for the poor was "totally neglected." - CNA How the Pope is following in the footsteps of his ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/12/a-true-legacy-of-second-vatican-council.html

The Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy Begins Today TOM PERNA - December 8, 2015 ... stirred a lot of humorous (at least I thought they were) comments in the comment box. Make sure you read this blog post all the way to the end. This is a good one to share with your family and friends. Psalm 51 – Have Mercy on Me, O God… – This blog post focuses on mercy from the perspective in the Sacred Scriptures. This is the Psalm that King David wrote after committing adultery with Bathsheba. Mercy, however, in the Sacred Scriptures is often translated differently than ...http://tomperna.org/2015/12/08/the-extraordinary-jubilee-year-of-mercy-begins-today/

The Bizarre Life of St. Ambrose, Doctor of the Church CATHOLIC FIRE - December 7, 2015 ... the elements of this world constantly beat upon the Church with crashing sounds, the Church possesses the safest harbor of salvation for all in distress. There is a stream which flows down on God's saints like a torrent. There is also a rushing river giving joy to the heart that is at peace and makes for peace." Contemplating the wounds of Christ, by which we have been saved, St. Ambrose said, "I can revel in none of my deeds, I have nothing to boast about; therefore, I will ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-bizarre-life-of-st-ambrose-doctor.html

Movies: "The Letters" (mother Teresa) HELL BURNS - November 27, 2015 ... poor began. No wonder she famously said: "Sometimes it's hard for me to smile at Jesus." Yet she was ever faithful to her prayer time, her religious life, her apostolic duties, and grew her congregation, the "Missionaries of Charity" to about three thousand while she was still alive. I remember when Mother Teresa's spiritual struggle was made public, atheists rejoiced. Yes. Let me say that again. Atheists rejoiced that she understood them, that she was almost one of them. In ...http://hellburns.blogspot.com/2015/11/movies-letters-mother-teresa.html

Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne CATHOLIC FIRE - November 18, 2015 ... sent as missionaries to the Louisiana Territory to establish the Society's presence in America. Diseases contracted during the trip to America nearly killed her, and after she recovered in New Orleans, the trip up the Mississippi nearly killed her again. She established her first mission at Saint Charles, Missouri, a log cabin that was the first free school west of the Mississippi River. She eventually opened six other houses in America, which included schools and orphanages. She experienced ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/11/saint-rose-philippine-duchesne.html

What If the Pope Doesn't Like You? Or, Guest Post # 2: My Sister Writes Again! AND SOMETIMES TEA - November 16, 2015 ... of practices and outdated forms that even culturally aren't able to be meaningful," it seems like he's looking right at those of us who care about the historical forms and practices of the Church and saying, "I don't like you. Your insistence on dressing nicely for Mass is meaningless. Your study of Gregorian Chant is a waste of time. Your organization of forty hours devotions is obstructionist." What to do, what to do…? Well, what not to do is get upset and call the Pope ugly names. ...http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2015/11/what-if-pope-doesnt-like-you-or-guest.html

A Lesson in Evangelization DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - November 1, 2015 http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2015/11/a-lesson-in-evangelization.html

The 50th Anniversary of Gravissimum Educationis (Declaration on Christian Education) TOM PERNA - October 28, 2015 ... personalities…" 6. "But let teachers recognize that the Catholic school depends upon them almost entirely for the accomplishment of its goals and programs. They should therefore be very carefully prepared so that both in secular and religious knowledge they are equipped with suitable qualifications and also with a pedagogical skill that is in keeping with the findings of the contemporary world. Intimately linked in charity to one another and to their students and endowed with an ...http://tomperna.org/2015/10/28/the-50th-anniversary-of-gravissimum-educationis-declaration-on-christian-education/

St. Paul of the Cross: Priest, Mystic, Founder CATHOLIC FIRE - October 19, 2015 ... good marriage as well as an inheritance left to him by an uncle who was a priest, to found the Passionists. In 1727, Paul and his brother, John, were ordained as priests by Pope Benedict XII and they founded the first Passionist monastery in the mountains above Genoa. While contemplation and prayer were at the very heart of Paul's life and the life of his new institute, Paul himself soon became a prominent preacher, spiritual guide, as well as a writer and mystic. For Paul, the Passion of ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/10/st-paul-of-cross-priest-mystic-founder.html

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque: Witness to God's Passionate Love CATHOLIC FIRE - October 16, 2015 By Jean M. Heimann Today's saint, Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647 – 1690), was selected by God to be a witness to the passionate love He has for each one of us, as symbolized by the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Through visions and private revelations, God used her, as His instrument, to spread His love throughout the world. Growing up in the town of Janots in the Burgundy region of France, Margaret Mary's childhood was marked by sickness and family problems. ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/10/st-margaret-mary-alacoque-witness-to.html