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Friday Flashback: The Role of Hate IN OTHER WORDS - June 17, 2016 ... today just as much as in the Bronze Age." And he concludes, in what I think is the most relevant sentence in the discussion, A civilization that can't summon up some pretty widespread hatred for a man who lines up little girs and shoots them in their heads, after having been foiled in an attempt to molest them, is a civilization with a spring broken somewhere. No question that hatred has been around for a long time, and is an essential part of human nature. But did Christ come to us to ...http://hadleyblog.blogspot.com/2016/06/friday-flashback-role-of-hate.html

St. Anthony of Padua: Doctor of the Church, Hammer of the Heretics, Wonder-Worker CATHOLIC FIRE - June 13, 2016 http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/06/st-anthony-of-padua-doctor-of-church.html

Seven Saint Quotes on the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus CATHOLIC FIRE - June 3, 2016 On June 3, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus . Here are seven inspiring saint quotes for reflection on this beautiful feast day. 1. "The Heart of Jesus is an open heart. Spend your time there...It is not an ordinary school or a boarding school or a school for examinations, but it is a school of Jesus where you come to learn and to know the Heart of Jesus - where the teachers are His Mother and He. What have we to learn? To be meek and humble; if we ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/06/seven-saint-quotes-on-solemnity-of.html

St. Philip Neri, Patron Saint of Joy CATHOLIC FIRE - May 26, 2016 May 26 is the memorial of one of my favorite saints, St. Philip Neri. He has a special place in my heart because he was on fire with love for the Lord and had a wonderful way of drawing others to the Faith -- through his warm sense of humor and charismatic personality. He treated everyone with equal dignity and respect and dedicated himself to helping others, regardless of their class or their state in life He demonstrated heroic charity and desired to bring all into a ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/05/st-philip-neri-patron-saint-of-joy.html

Blessed Mary Theresa of Jesus Gerhardinger, Founder, Educator, and Innovator CATHOLIC FIRE - May 9, 2016 ... as important as formal education. "Let us never forget the love of Jesus for children, whom he took upon his lap and blessed," she said. At the age of fifteen, she was already a certified teacher at a school for girls near Regensburg. She was a very gifted educator whose enthusiastic and encouraging acceptance of the children soon made her a beloved teacher. Caroline eventially recognized God's call to found a religious community which would remedy the social ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/05/blessed-mary-theresa-of-jesus.html

The Rosary: Our Weapon Against the Approaching Evils DA MIHI ANIMAS - May 9, 2016 ... the Blessed Mother." -St. Padre Pio 5. "Go to the Madonna. Love her! Always say the Rosary. Say it well. Say it as often as you can! Be souls of prayer. Never tire of praying, it is what is essential. Prayer shakes the Heart of God, it obtains necessary graces!" -St. Padre Pio 6. "The holy Rosary is a powerful weapon. Use it with confidence and you'll be amazed at the results." -St. Josemaria Escriva 7. "Say the Holy Rosary. Blessed be that monotony of Hail Mary's which ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-rosary-our-weapon-against.html

St. Louis De Montfort CATHOLIC FIRE - April 28, 2016 ... instead of his family name, Grignion. After being educated by the Jesuits and the Sulpicians, he was ordained as a diocesan priest in 1700. He preached parish missions throughout western France, walking from city to city. His years of ministering to the poor prompted him to travel and live very simply, sometimes getting him into trouble with church authorities. In his preaching, which attracted thousands of people back to the faith, Father Louis recommended frequent, even ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/04/st-louis-de-montfort.html

15 Quotes From Laudato Si for Earth Day SERVANT AND STEWARD - April 22, 2016 ... overlooking the fact that they have value in themselves. Each year sees the disappearance of thousands of plant and animal species which we will never know, which our children will never see, because they have been lost for ever. The great majority become extinct for reasons related to human activity. Because of us, thousands of species will no longer give glory to God by their very existence, nor convey their message to us. We have no such right" (33). "Nowadays, for example, we are conscious ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/S8rt3eeAtng/15-quotes-from-laudato-si-for-earth-day.html

St. Anselm: Benedictine Bishop Who Battled for Religious Freedom and Human Rights CATHOLIC FIRE - April 21, 2016 ... the world's greatest theologians and philosophers have studied and extolled these works. St. Anselm (1033-1109) was born in Aosta, Italy, and died in Canterbury, England. The oldest child of an aristocratic family, his mother, a woman devoted to the faith, gave him a Christian education. His father was an abrasive man devoted to worldly pleasures. At the age of 15, Anselm asked to be admitted to the Benedictine Order but his father disapproved and prevented it. As a result, Anselm became ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/04/st-anselm-benedictine-bishop-who.html

Real Mercy - Jacques Philippe BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - April 14, 2016 ... focuses on acceptance (or trust), because we so often lack humility, self forgiveness, and self-abandonment to his love, the portals to the flow of God's endless mercy." And the rest of the book builds upon those themes. It goes on to say: "This book is a gift. We are invited by the Lord to explore the depths of his mercy through the wisdom and keen spiritual sense of Fr. Philippe. Let us all accept Jesus's look of merciful tenderness as he "opens us up to a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/PkJEJzOFkIw/real-mercy-jacques-philippe.html

St. John Baptist De La Salle: Patron of Teachers CATHOLIC FIRE - April 6, 2016 ... for promoting and reforming Christian education, especially among the poor. He is the father of modern education and the patron saint of teachers. John Baptist de la Salle was born to a wealthy family at Rheims in France in 1651. He was the oldest child of Louis de La Salle and Nicolle de Moet de Brouillet. John had many assets. He was well-educated, intelligent, attractive and genteel. He could have chosen any profession he desired. However, he was determined to become a ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/04/st-john-baptist-de-la-salle-patron-of.html

Evangelium Vitae Quotes MARTA, JULIE E MARIA - March 16, 2016 ... JPII's Evangelium Vitae (Gospel of Life) when I went on retreat last month. It is great and available here . Here are some of my favorite quotes: For this reason, man-living man-represents the primary and fundamental way for the Church. (n. 2) At the same time a new cultural climate is developing and taking hold, which gives crimes against life a new and-if possible-even more sinister character, giving rise to further grave concern: broad sectors of public opinion justify ...http://martajuliemaria.blogspot.com/2016/03/evangelium-vitae-quotes.html

Insightful Quotes IF I MIGHT INTERJECT... - March 14, 2016 ... itself, and tolerating or excusing grave evil in a society is itself a grave evil. The roots of this word are revealing. Tolerance comes from the Latin tolerare, "to bear or sustain," and tollere, which means "to lift up." It implies bearing other persons and their beliefs the way we carry a burden or endure a headache. It's actually a negative idea. And it is not a Christian virtue. Catholics have the duty not to "tolerate" other people but to love them, which is a much more ...http://www.ifimightinterject.com/2016/03/insightful-quotes.html

St. John of God, Patron of the Sick and Dying CATHOLIC FIRE - March 8, 2016 ... suffering; thus, he devoted the rest of his life to caring for those in need. John's work was motivated by his great love of God and Our Blessed Mother. "Whatsoever you do to one of these the least of my brothers and sisters, you do to Me." This was the yardstick John used to measure his service to others. John was a warm, loving person who created a warm, caring environment in his hospital. People were impressed by John's sincerity, his deep love for others, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/03/st-john-of-god-patron-of-sick-and-dying.html