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Easter Sunday Homily G-MANS JOURNEY - April 20, 2014 ... summarizes this subject in the following words: "Now if Christ is proclaimed as raised from the dead, how can some of you say there is no resurrection of the dead? If there is no resurrection of the dead, then Christ has not been raised; and if Christ has not been raised, then our proclamation has been in vain and your faith has been in vain. We are even found to be misrepresenting God, because we testified of God that he raised Christ - whom he did not raise if it is true that the dead are ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/04/easter-sunday-homily.html

The Lamentation IDLE SPECULATIONS - April 18, 2014 ... because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God." In Chapter IV of his Apostolic Letter Salvici doloris Blessed Pope John Paul II reflected on suffering, grief and death He wrote : "14. "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life". These words, spoken by Christ in his conversation with Nicodemus, introduce us into the very heart of God's salvific work. They also express the very essence of Christian ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/Uocyk/~3/H9pAMSbEZ4g/the-lamentation.html

Canonization and Papal Infallibility UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - April 17, 2014 ... historian Roberto de Mattei opined that John XXIII is not a Saint , and that this is an okay position for him to hold, because canonization is not something that can carry the charism of infallibility which the Pope possesses. Modestinus offers a sincere thought on the subject in his post, here. We here at USC have dealt with this question in depth before ; however, since the conversation has now begun to devolve a bit in the blogosphere, we thought it would be good for a bit ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2014/04/canonization-and-papal-infallibility.html

On Barbarism and Benedict CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 17, 2014 For those who have the courage to plunge headlong into the great sea of history, their minds accustomed to taking long views, the attractions of Protestantism are few and never fatal. But for those who know nothing of the past, whose minds are unwilling to travel to such places, the allure of Protestant piety with its security blanket of Sola Scriptura thrown over everything, renders them peculiarly susceptible. When John Henry Newman found himself immersed in the study of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/VHj-ohV4R2Y/on-barbarism-and-benedict

Women and Spirit: The California Story ….Continues SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY - April 16, 2014 ... forcefully placed their stamp on California life, and how the communities to which they belonged provided women with an outlet for grace, beauty, intellect and leadership. Their story begins during the state's chaotic founding years in the wake of the Gold Rush with Sisters providing social stability by creating a "safety net"—childcare centers, hospitals, schools, orphanages, homes for the elderly and working girls, and countless other charity institutions. These women ...http://blog.holyfamilysisters.org/2014/04/16/women-and-spirit-the-california-story-continues/

"Mondays With Mary" – Six Words of Pope John Paul II on Mary at the Cross TOM PERNA™ - April 14, 2014 In the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary, I believe there are three important biblical events that define her mission and role in Salvation History – the Annunciation, the Wedding Feast at Cana, and Jesus' Crucifixion. Mary plays a major role in each of these revealed events, first, because she is the Immaculate Virgin and Mother of God, and second, because these events help define her actions in the life of the Church after the Resurrection and Ascension of Our Lord ...http://tomperna.org/2014/04/14/mondays-with-mary-six-words-of-pope-john-paul-ii-on-mary-at-the-cross/

Brescia and the Eucharist IDLE SPECULATIONS - April 13, 2014 ... bottom up and was not top down and in particular came from lay confraternities aided and encouraged by sympathetic clergy Unlike in Germany and unlike Luther and the reformers there, these conservative reformers were not clergy and not academics They also kept out of the secular politics of the time and did not seek secular power One of the great figures in this reform based in Brescia was St Angela Merici (21 March 1474 – 27 January 1540) who in 1535 with twenty eight companions founded ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/Uocyk/~3/h3QOCdWmz48/brescia-and-eucharist.html

Blogging Around: The Something Old, Something New Edition HAPPY CATHOLIC* - April 11, 2014 ... piece about the dark assumptions that underlie new developments in pre-natal testing for Down syndrome. The heart of it is at DarwinCatholic who sends you to read the whole thing. THE SAINT OF THE NICU A beautiful story of prayer and the way God surprises us with His answers from Jen Fulwiler at Conversion Diary ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2014/04/blogging-around-something-old-something.html

Cardinal Piacenza: Holiness in Christ VULTUS CHRISTI - April 6, 2014 ... the world. Hence, he is also the meaning of my life. It is he who makes life worth living. The choices of faith are nothing other than the concrete expressions of this utterly simple, fundamental option, namely choosing to find fulfilment in Christ. Christ is the way chosen by God to come to meet us. He is God, translated into human action. For Us Christ Is Everything We call ourselves Christians. It is a beautiful thing to call ourselves thus. We know from the Acts of the Apostles that this ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/04/cardinal-piacenza-holiness-in-christ/

The Heart of the Gospel THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - April 6, 2014 ... Our Lady may be at the 'heart of the Gospel' or perhaps finding Jesus in living in community. To another, 'self denial' could well be at the 'heart of the Gospel' since Our Lord told His followers to 'deny yourself, take up your cross and follow me'. Are they not all right? As long as the focus is the Lord, they surely are . "This is the banner of the Gospel, not of communism: of the Gospel! But it's poverty without ideology…. And it's for this reason that I believe that the poor are at ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-heart-of-gospel.html

Those Who Follow Christ Will Face Persecution, Pope Observes G-MANS JOURNEY - April 5, 2014 ... icon." The pontiff began his reflections by returning to the day's Gospel, taken from John, in which Jesus alludes to his heavenly origin, for which the people attempt to arrest him. Emphasizing that "today's Gospel is clear, no?" Pope Francis pointed out that "Jesus hid, in those last days, because his hour had yet to come – but he knew what end he would make, and how he would make it." "Jesus is persecuted from the beginning: when we remember the beginning of his preaching, he returns ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/04/those-who-follow-christ-will-face.html

It's (Not) Always Sunny in the New Jerusalem TEN THOUSAND PLACES - April 4, 2014 ... has embraced our full humanity in every dimension—body, soul, mind, will—and in a sense even has embraced our sin—not that he has sinned, which is impossible, but that he accepted the full weight and consequence of sin in our lives—means that every aspect of our humanity is now flooded with the grace of divine love and redemption and life. And it is the totality of this redemption that is important. Nobody is beyond it, nobody outside it. There is no ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/04/its-not-always-sunny-in-new-jerusalem.html

St. Isidore of Seville CATHOLIC FIRE - April 3, 2014 Today is the optional memorial of St. Isidore of Seville, the patron saint of the Internet and the author of the first encyclopedia. A Confessor, Doctor of the Church, and Bishop of Seville, Isidore was born in Cartagena, Spain, 560 and died in Seville, Spain in 636. He was younger brother to Saint Fulgentius of Astigi and Saint Florentina and succeeded his brother, Leander, a monk, to the See of Seville in 599. He began as a poor student, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/04/st-isidore-of-seville.html

"Mondays With Mary" – 'The Handmaid of the Lord' TOM PERNA™ - March 31, 2014 ... Mater , 28 – "In the faith which Mary professed at the Annunciation as the 'handmaid of the Lord' and in which she constantly 'precedes' the pilgrim People of God throughout the earth, the Church 'strives energetically and constantly to bring all humanity…back to Christ its head in the unity of his Spirit. '" Address in Rome, July 13, 1994 – "The whole ecclesial movement of women can and should reflect the light of Gospel revelation, according to which a woman, as the ...http://tomperna.org/2014/03/31/mondays-with-mary-the-handmaid-of-the-lord/

What Does the Catholic Priesthood Mean to You? COMMUNIO - March 26, 2014 ... all concerned for the sanctification of the priesthood? How passionately do you love the ordained of the Catholic Church? Are you a spiritual mother, a spiritual father for your deacons, priests and bishops? Do you intercede for them? Are you attentive to their humanity? This is our work, this is our prayer, our sacrifice, our confidence before the Eucharistic Lord and His All-Holy Mother. Pope Francis teaches: We have already pointed out that the three Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/03/what-does-the-catholic-priesthood-mean-to-you/

Dies Domini 2: Resurrection CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - March 24, 2014 ... the day of Christ's Resurrection not just once a year but every Sunday, the Church seeks to indicate to every generation the true fulcrum of history, to which the mystery of the world's origin and its final destiny leads. Sunday is the fundamental day of Christianity, and for a number of reasons. It gives us the evangelical impulse–the reason why we have good news for everybody. There's the fact that the Resurrection changed history, and perhaps we need ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/dies-domini-2-resurrection/

Coming to Fulfil What Is Written of Me VULTUS CHRISTI - March 24, 2014 ... but, of all of them, God chose this one: the Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Incarnation of the Word. The Virgin of the Annunciation In sacred art, the Virgin of the Annunciation is depicted either seated, with the book of the prophets or of the psalms lying open in her lap, or holding a spindle and engaged in weaving a cloth of great beauty. Both representations are symbolic. The Virgin Listening In the first we see Our Lady reading the Word of God. She listens to the Word of ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/03/coming-to-fulfil-what-is-written-of-me/

Solemnity of St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary CATHOLIC FIRE - March 19, 2014 ... of Siena. St. Teresa, too, did much to further his cult. —Excerpted from The Church's Year of Grace , Pius Parsch Patron: Against doubt; against hesitation; Americas; Austria; Diocese of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; California; Belgium; Bohemia; bursars; cabinetmakers; Canada; Carinthia; carpenters; China; confectioners; craftsmen; Croatian people (in 1687 by decree of the Croatian parliament) dying people; emigrants; engineers; expectant mothers; families; fathers; Florence, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/03/solemnity-of-st-joseph-spouse-of.html

Happy St. Patrick's Day to you. As I have gone through the day, I ... LEARNING TO BE QUICK TO LISTEN - March 17, 2014 ... a leprechaun! I can't make this stuff up. It is really a shame that the legend of a great man, who was recognized for his ministry by being canonized, has become so diminished by the "green beer revelry." A few days ago I saw an article that indicated that people of Irish descent in the U.S. were very disturbed by the images used to depict them and their ancestors. I can sympathize with them because of my French and Acadian ancestry. The depiction of "Cajuns" has become so simplistic. The use ...http://listenquickly.blogspot.com/2014/03/happy-st.html

St. Patrick's Day Mythbusters SOUTHERN FRIED CATHOLICISM - March 17, 2014 ... past weekend) and suddenly becomes Irish. And all because its the feast day of a Catholic saint! So our society likes to celebrate St. Patrick (or - let's be honest - we just like any excuse to celebrate). But how much do you really know about the patron saint of Ireland? Did he really drive all of the snakes out of Ireland? Did he like green and shamrocks? Did he speak with a thick Irish brogue? Some of these questions will never get answered, but we do know ...http://www.southernfriedcatholicism.com/2014/03/st-patricks-day-mythbusters.html

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