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A Little Above and More Than Earth THE CLOISTERED HEART - February 1, 2016 'In those soft tones which are so usual to them, the nuns bade us goodbye. As we came away, the Mother Superior said quietly, with a subdued and gently resigned fear lest we might not look upon the convent as it shone in her eyes and lived in her spirit: 'it is all very old fashioned and plain, but we love it. It is our home on earth and' (hesitating again) ' we think it is a little above and more than earth.' (A Story of Courage; text slightly edited) Reading these words, I ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/02/a-little-above-and-more-than-earth.html

What Three Deaths Have Taught Me JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - January 13, 2016 ... his death is coming up in July), I find it easier to deal with my temper when it flares up. I think I'm averaging about 3-5 minutes in which it's best to leave me alone until I cool off. Again, doesn't happen very often but it's something that I made a goal to work on this year. I even bought the book Overcoming Sinful Anger by Fr. T Morrow to help me out. From my father's death, I learned so many things including the power of forgiveness and of moderating my temper (he had a strong choleric ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2016/01/what-three-deaths-have-taught-me.html

Reflections for the 4th Week in Advent and Christmas, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - December 20, 2015 ... was God's messenger, sent to prepare the way for the Messiah. His task was to turn Israel's heart back to God through his preaching and his baptism of repentance. But John wasn't and isn't God's only messenger. God uses all kinds of emissaries to communicate with us, and sometimes He even speaks through us to send His messages to those around us. Spend some time this week reflecting on God's messengers to you. Perhaps He speaks through a friend or whispers in your ear as you enjoy nature's ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2015/12/reflections-for-4th-week-in-advent-and.html

About Those Rigid Seminarians... SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - November 24, 2015 ... you're too rigid. That'll come back on you later on. It has already happened to other lads before you came here. It would perhaps be best if you have a sleep-in some days and skip going to chapel once or twice.'' I was as dumbfounded then as I was when another well-intentioned man came to warn me not to have my orthodox books or devotional material on open show on the bookcase in my room. I was astounded. If you could get labelled as ''rigid'' for just saying your daily prayers, or reading ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2015/11/about-those-rigid-seminarians.html

Okay. Maybe I'll Linger a While.  - November 17, 2015 ... hopes/prayer a little and ask to go just a little bit slower. You know, just enough time for people to come to the point where they will be ready to say goodbye with a relative amount of peace in their hearts. The only problem with any of that, of course, is that we have absolutely no choice in how we go. When the Lord's ready, when our number comes up, that's it. Kindly pray for all those who are deeply affected by loved ones' sudden ...http://mydailymusing.com/index.php?/archives/2421-Okay.-Maybe-Ill-Linger-A-While..html

Vive La France! A Prayer for True Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité PRINTS OF GRACE - November 15, 2015 ... got a bitter taste of the devastation felt in NYC and around the country. It wasn't the graphic footage or the heart-wrenching stories, but visiting the areas in France that had been bombed during WWII that brought it all crashing home. Some of the churches and structures we saw had never been renovated after the attacks. The ruins, the museums, the photos and videos of places we had walked by just hours before shot through the history books, lectures, dates, and distant places. For the first ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2015/11/Vive-la-France-Liberte-Egalite-Fraternite.html

Goodbye, Comfort Zone JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - November 13, 2015 http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/11/goodbye-comfort-zone.html

Goodbye February Daybook MEMORIES OF A CATHOLIC WIFE & MOTHER - November 10, 2015 ... The daffodils (Mary's star) have buds, and our tulips (Mary's prayer) and Easter lily are sprouting. Our Lenten Roses are also in full bloom. I need to set aside more time for gardening. Spring must be just around the corner. Photo by Bernadette I am wearing a khaki skirt, a red shirt, and a fleur-de-lis flexi clip . In the kitchen My girls are making Kimberlee's delicious spinach lasagna . This lasagna tastes so good that I sometimes feel guilty about eating it during Lent. ...http://catholicmemories.blogspot.com/2015/02/goodbye-february-daybook.html

Eternal Rest for Beverly ALL THIS AND HEAVEN - November 4, 2015 ... else. Beverly and I were not extremely close but we both were creating families that will love and serve God by serving those around us. The first 3 shots of her are ones of her with the kids at various homeschool activities through the years. She was an inspiration to many moms. This was a woman that loved. As she was released into Hospice care last Monday she asked each of us for our prayer intentions. She wanted even her final sufferings for be for others. One of the moms ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AllThisAndHeaven/~3/AfQJYwEmKdU/eternal-rest-for-beverly.html

"IF ANYONE WANTS TO COME WITH ME, HE MUST FORGET SELF, TAKE UP HIS CROSS EVERY DAY, AND FOLLOW ME." (Luke 9:23) ALWAYS A JOY... - November 3, 2015 ... – I am with you! (Isaiah 43:5) What a difference God's Word made to me! Well, my father was old – 85 and his hair was grey. I knew then God would never forsake my father who had deep faith in God and a great devotion to Mother Mary. It was also obvious that it was God's Spirit that gave my mother such fortitude. "Your Word is a Lamp to Guide Me And A Light For My Path." (Psalm 119:105) Then came the real test for me – do I remain at home or should I return to India to ...http://alwaysajoy.blogspot.com/2015/11/if-anyone-wants-to-come-with-me-he-must.html

In November We Remember. THE BLOGGING BROTHER - November 2, 2015 The Church devotes the month of November to prayer for our loved ones beginning with All Souls Day on November 2 nd . Often overshadowed by the two days preceding it, Halloween (Oct. 31st) & All Saints Day (Nov 1 st ), All Souls Day is a solemn celebration commemorating all of those who have gone before us! Indeed, the Church encourages us during the month of November to take time to pause, remember and pray for all our loved ones. Many people pay a visit to a cemetery ...http://thebloggingbrother.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-month-of-november-remembering-our.html