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Navarre Bible Commentary:2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time JOE CATHOLIC - January 21, 2015 ... Jesus. Jesus looked at him, and said, "So you are Simon the son of John? You shall be called Cephas" (which means Peter). Catholic Exegesis: The Second Vatican Council teaches that if we are to derive the true meaning from the sacred texts, attention must be devoted "not only to their content but to the unity of the whole of Scripture, the living tradition of the entire Church, and the analogy of faith. […] Everything to do with the interpretation of Scripture is ultimately subject to ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2015/01/navarre-bible-commentary-2nd-sunday-in.html

Homily: Let's Start at the Very Beginning BUKAS PALAD - January 18, 2015 ... ordinariness of our interactions with God into the extraordinariness of God's friendship with us? Y ou might have had such a moment in prayer or at a retreat, in Mass or when you served the poor. It might have happened at a difficult time of pain and suffering or in a time of grace and joy. It might even have been in an everyday moment like sitting among friends at the hawkers' centre or lullabying a newborn to sleep. Why should we pay attention to these moments with Jesus as ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2015/01/homily-lets-start-at-very-beginning.html

Homily for Sunday G-MANS JOURNEY - January 18, 2015 ... Eli was calling him. As an obedient servant, three times after hearing a call, he went to Eli and asked him what he wanted. Each time, Eli told Samuel that he had not called him. As we heard, God had to call Samuel three times before Eli was spiritually enlightened enough to realize that it was the Lord God who was calling Samuel. From these Bible verses, there is a spiritual lesson for us to learn. It is of utmost importance that we think spiritually at all time in our daily lives in order to ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2015/01/homily-for-sunday.html

Second Sunday of Ordinary Time IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - January 14, 2015 ... with disciples moving away from John the Baptist toward Jesus, who is the ultimate goal. Two unnamed disciples walk away from John and stay with Jesus and they wonder, "Who are you?" and "Where are you staying?" They want to be with him. Jesus builds the mystery by asking them questions, which send them for answers inside themselves. It becomes a process of discovering Jesus and re-discovering themselves. Most of the time when we hear this passage read we think of the significant exchange ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/01/second-sunday-of-ordinary-time.html

Basil and Gregory: An Appeal to Protestants From Friendship CALLED TO COMMUNION - January 1, 2015 A reflection on the importance of friendship in ecumenical dialogue in honor of the feast day of St. Basil of Caesarea and St. Gregory Nazianzus, two early Church Fathers with a deep and life-long friendship. St. Gregory Nazianzus and St. Basil of Caesarea The Catholic Church on 2 January celebrates the feast day of St. Basil of Caesarea and St. Gregory Nazianzus, two fourth century Church Fathers known for their deep theological reflections and ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2015/01/basil-and-gregory-an-appeal-to-protestants-from-friendship/

Picture Books and the Childlike Heart CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 29, 2014 While some people's favorite college professors were taking their classes through Dostoyevsky or Dante, my favorite professor was reading us Mem Fox and Patricia Polacco. And more writers of their kind: authors of some of the finest children's picture books around. The course was "Teaching Reading" for elementary education majors, and the professor, a retired first grade teacher, began each class with a read-aloud. Twenty college juniors sat in a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/vnWjozGho-s/picture-books-childlike-heart

The Daily Gospel and Readings 23 December 2014 DAILY PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS - December 23, 2014 Tuesday of the Fourth Week of Advent Lectionary: 199 Reading 1 mal 3:1-4, 23-24 Thus says the Lord GOD: Lo, I am sending my messenger to prepare the way before me; And suddenly there will come to the temple the LORD whom you seek, And the messenger of the covenant whom you desire. Yes, he is coming, says the LORD of hosts. But who will endure the day of his coming? And who can stand when he appears? For he is like the refiner's fire, or like the fuller's lye. He will ...http://prayersandmeditations.com/2014/12/23/the-daily-gospel-and-readings-23-december-2014/

The Daily Gospel and Readings 13 December 2014 DAILY PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS - December 13, 2014 Memorial of Saint Lucy, Virgin and Martyr Lectionary: 186 Reading 1 sir 48:1-4, 9-11 In those days, like a fire there appeared the prophet Elijah whose words were as a flaming furnace. Their staff of bread he shattered, in his zeal he reduced them to straits; By the Lord's word he shut up the heavens and three times brought down fire. How awesome are you, Elijah, in your wondrous deeds! Whose glory is equal to yours? You were taken aloft in a whirlwind of fire, in a ...http://prayersandmeditations.com/2014/12/13/the-daily-gospel-and-readings-13-december-2014/

Navarre Bible Commentary:Wednesday, 2nd Week of Advent JOE CATHOLIC - December 10, 2014 ... and life" ( Homily on Corpus Christi , 13 June 1974 ). "Come to me": the Master is addressing the crowds who are following him, "harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd" (Mt 9:36). The Pharisees weighed them down with an endless series of petty regulations (cf. Acts 15:10), yet they brought no peace to their souls. Jesus tells these people, and us, about the kind of burden he imposes: "Any other burden oppresses and crushes you, but Christ's actually takes weight ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/12/navarre-bible-commentary-wednesday-2nd.html

I Will Come YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - December 1, 2014 ... Church of Rome," this was Bartholomew's response. (CNS Photo/Paul ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/12/i-will-come.html

Homily: To Be Wasted BUKAS PALAD - November 22, 2014 ... Haven't you been gifted too in these years of studying at SJI International? What are you remembering with gratitude as you sit here? Perhaps these: Lessons learnt. Experiences had. Care received. Friendship forged. Growing up accomplished. Family love continuing. Students, teachers who've walked with you. Teachers, students who challenged you to give your best. And parents, your children growing up and your hopes answered. And for the rest of us who've come to celebrate with ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2014/11/homily-to-be-wasted.html

Eve Tushnet: Wrong? Or Right? ABBEY ROADS - November 20, 2014 ... Catholic welcoming committee as banging them over the head with "You can't come in if you say you are gay - if you want to come in you have to say, 'I'm not gay - I'm same sex attracted'!" But that is not true - that is wrong. The official language of the Church does not use terms such as 'gay' ... although the Church is clear that such persons are called to chastity, and are among those called to holiness. Chastity and homosexuality 2357 Homosexuality refers to relations between men or ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2014/11/eve-tushnet-wrong-or-right.html

Fear of the Lord: Ancient, Timeless Wisdom A CATHOLIC CITIZEN IN AMERICA - November 16, 2014 ... tradition teaches us that happiness and friendship and marriage should all be based on a healthy loving fear of the Lord. In the Hebrew Scriptures, the psalmist expresses it very simply and poetically. "Blessed are those who fear the Lord," and then he explains what, exactly, that means: "to fear of the Lord is to walk in his ways." This is the wisdom of the ages. It is the perennial principle of human happiness. And it is the foundation of true success in marriage. To fear ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ACatholicCitizenInAmerica/~3/3H9WjPOVGhA/fear-of-lord-ancient-timeless-wisdom.html

Convertisti Planctum Meum in Gaudium Mihi VULTUS CHRISTI - November 11, 2014 ... depression. What you may ask, has this to do with the joy of the Gospel, and what has this to do with lectio divina . The one recurring problem that brother priests share with me again and again is a kind of lingering low–grade depression or, to use an older term, melancholy. I would be inclined to use a still older term, acedia, derived from both the Latin and the Greek for a general spiritual lethargy, a weariness that affects body, soul, and spirit. Acedia Symptoms of ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/convertisti-planctum-meum-in-gaudium-mihi/

Generosity and Gratitude: The Trap Between PRAYER ON THE HILL - November 7, 2014 ... Friends, Happy weekend! The title for this posting was prompted by the thought of a scientist. He was intrigued by today's gospel reading about the steward who was about to lose his position. His way to save himself and possible rejection by his boss was to relieve the burden of several of his boss' debtors. They were given a reduced debt by the steward with the hope (expectation?) that these would become his fiori ends if ...http://prayeronthehill.blogspot.com/2014/11/generosity-and-gratitude-trap-between.html

A Reflection on Purgatory FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - November 2, 2014 ... Catechism of the Catholic Church (usually about 10 pages), and then answering some questions on that section—questions that have been prepared by yours truly. Well, in Lesson 19 (which we studied last year), I gave them this question: Joe Partly-Catholic [he makes an appearance every once in a while in these lessons] says to you, "I just booked a Mass for my deceased mother." A few minutes later the subject of purgatory comes up, and Joe says, "Purgatory? There is no ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2014/11/a-reflection-on-purgatory.html

Cardinal O'Malley'S Homily for Msgr Albacete: Where Christ the Stranger Becomes Christ the Friend COMMUNIO - November 1, 2014 ... beautiful text for learning the faith, and sharing friendship. Be prepared. Allow me first of all to tender my heartfelt condolences to Manuel, to Mary and Olivetta, to the many friends and the C.L. (Communion and Liberation) communities. I spoke with Cardinal Wuerl yesterday, he wanted to be here and sends regards and assurances of prayer and condolences. The Cardinal has asked Fr. Lee Fangmeyer and Fr. Frank Early to represent him and the archdiocese of Washington. Father ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/cardinal-omalleys-homily-for-msgr-albacete-where-christ-the-stranger-becomes-christ-the-friend/

The Freshest Love Story This Season Isn't a Romance INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - October 29, 2014 The Freshest Love Story This Season Isn't a Romance IPNovels.com Roger Thomas talks about sex, love, commitment, and his new novel, "The Accidental Marriage" In the wake of theExtraordinary Synod on the Family, there has been a renewed interest in talking about marriage and family—especially marriages and families that are in irregular situations. In Roger Thomas's new novel, The Accidental Marriage , he traces a coupling that follows a highly ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/10/the-freshest-love-story-this-season-isnt-a-romance.html

Homily - "Four Types of Love" GW CATHOLIC Q & A - October 27, 2014 ... 2012, we put out similar materials to help guide GW Catholics. A young woman contacted me, strongly objecting to what the Church teaches on social issues. I met with her and listened to her objections. The more we spoke, the more she realized that the teachings are compassionate and biblically based. Even in the first reading, we hear a basis for the teaching on immigration: "you shall not oppress an alien, for you were once aliens yourselves". By the way, she and I have ...http://gwcatholicforum.blogspot.com/2014/10/homily-four-types-of-love.html

Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - October 22, 2014 ... but we know better. Love meets suffering with compassion. Mercy has its own strength that is detectable almost imperceptibly, but it continues to resonate with those who experience the radiating flow of this goodness. When you are in the face of adversity, let your mercy for others rule even if others are going to attack you. Restrain yourself. It may seem counter-intuitive, but it is the prudent, God-guiding course we are to take. Remember that you are not alone. Others will see your good ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2014/10/thirtieth-sunday-of-ordinary-time.html

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