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Providence and Dependence LIVING SACRIFICE - February 26, 2017 ... more humility. But with Francis, Chesterton indicates, he was humiliated, and he humbled himself, so intensely and so frequently that he stayed that way! Can you imagine, St. Francis of Assisi standing on his head! Chesterton goes on: "If a man saw the world upside down, with all the trees and towers hanging head downwards as in a pool, one effect would be to emphasize the idea of dependence… He would be thankful to God for not dropping the whole cosmos like a vast crystal to be ...http://fathermahars.blogspot.com/2017/02/providence-and-dependence.html

VATICAN - Cardinal Filoni at the College of St Peter Apostle: "Have a Great Love for Your Mission" CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 24, 2017 ... local Churches, well represent the multitude of people who are open to the Gospel. It is not secondary, therefore, today to remember, in continuity with the history of this College, the more than 2,700 alumni who came here, as well as the Divine Word Fathers who right from the beginning were entrusted the management of the College, the women religious who took care of this House and lay personnel who guaranteed its functionality. Our gratitude goes out to the countless ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/vatican-cardinal-filoni-at-college-of.html

Feast of Blessed Francisco and Jacinta Marto BIG C CATHOLICS - February 19, 2017 ... 20th, dioceses in Portugal celebrate the feast of Blesseds Francisco, 11, and Jacinta, 10, the youngest non-martyrs to be beatified in the Church's history. The brother and sister, who tended their families' sheep herds together with their cousin Lucia Santo in Fatima, Portugal, witnessed apparitions of Mary, known as Our Lady of Fatima. Our Lady urged man to pray the rosary and to return to God. Between May 13 and October 13, 1917, three children, Portuguese shepherds from ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/02/feast-of-blessed-francisco-and-jacinta.html

Simeon and Anna...heralds of the Light of Christ! IN PRINCIPIO ERAT VERBUM - February 2, 2017 Simeon and Anna are two figures that prominently play a role in the revelation of Christ as the Messiah in Saint Luke's Gospel. The Universal Church today celebrates and commemorates the presentation of the infant Jesus at the Jewish Temple at Jerusalem, a ritual prescribed in Jewish ritual practice that the firstborn male be presented at the temple and made holy to the Lord (Exodus 13:2, 12). During this visit by the Holy Family to the Great Temple fulfilling the law, ...http://verbumcarofactumest.blogspot.com/2017/02/simeon-and-annaheralds-of-light-of.html

On Trump Presidency, Pope Says We Must 'Wait and See' CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 22, 2017 ... any proposal coming from the Gospel," he said. "The novelty of the Gospel however astonishes because it is essentially scandalous," he continued. "Saint Paul tells us about the scandal of the cross, the scandal of the Son of God become man. But the evangelical essence is scandalous by those days' criteria. By any worldly criteria, it is an outrageous essence." Once questioned by a German journalist about why he never talks about the middle class, "those who pay their ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/on-trump-presidency-pope-says-we-must.html

Homily - 22 January 2017 - On Saint Agnes of Rome SERVANT AND STEWARD - January 21, 2017 ... Why? If we reflect for a moment on the nature of human life, we quickly realize that Human life is a journey. Towards what destination? How do we find the way? Life is like a voyage on the sea of history, often dark and stormy, a voyage in which we watch for the stars that indicate the route. The true stars of our life are the people who have lived good lives. They are lights of hope. Certainly, Jesus Christ is the true light, the sun that has risen above all the shadows of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/GZyVbZpMe-s/homily-22-january-2017-on-saint-agnes.html

Year a Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Καθολικός διάκονος - January 15, 2017 ... The Baptist, who was the seal of the Old Testament prophets, testified that because he had seen the Spirit anoint Jesus, thus revealing Him as the Messiah, "that [Jesus] is the Son of God" (John 1:34). In light of Jesus' anointing by the Holy Spirit, today's reading not only refers to Jesus' Baptism, but also to his Confirmation. Like Jesus, when you and I were confirmed what was confirmed was our baptismal identity, our identity as God's daughters and sons given us by rebirth through water ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/01/year-second-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

The Catholic Perspective on Paul - Taylor R. Marshall - The Origins of Catholicism Book 2 BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - January 12, 2017 The Catholic Perspective on Paul: Paul and the Origins of Catholic Christianity The Origins of Catholicism Book 2 Taylor R. Marshall Saint John Press ISBN 9780578050164 ASIN B004D4Y4XS I just did a quick count and I believe that I have read about 25 books on Pauline Theology over the last 19 years. When I returned to school as a mature student, in the spring of 1998, the first course I tool was RS209 Paul's Life and Letters, and the then I did an independent reading ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/MSl88DkXtXo/the-catholic-perspective-on-paul-taylor.html

Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - January 8, 2017 My brothers and sisters in Christ, consider it a blessing that the grace of God has shined on you and that you have been born in this age. Why you may ask? It is because if you had been born in the former age, in the days of the Old Testament, as a Gentile, you would not have been part of God's chosen people. Today, we are celebrating Epiphany Sunday. This special Feast, normally celebrated on January 6 th , commemorates the revealing of Jesus as the Christ to the Gentiles. ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2017/01/homily-for-today.html

Saint Genevieve and Barbarism: From Attila to the Republic GLORIA ROMANORUM - January 3, 2017 January 3 is the feast of Saint Genevieve. History tells that this great late Roman saint was born in the Western Empire about the year AD 422, and passed to eternal life on January 3, AD 512. During her life, she witnessed the momentous events which transformed her home in Roman Gaul to a province of the new Frankish kingdom, and indeed she played an integral part in these events. Enjoy this excerpt from the Vita Sancta Genovefa , ...http://gloriaromanorum.blogspot.com/2017/01/saint-genevieve-and-barbarism-from.html

The Most Holy Name of Jesus BIG C CATHOLICS - January 2, 2017 ... Name of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, dates back to the apostolic period. The name "Jesus" means "Yahweh saves" Saint Paul reminds us that, " [Christ] Who, though he was in the form of God, did not regard equality with God something to be grasped. Rather, he emptied himself, taking the form of a slave, coming in human likeness; and found human in appearance he humbled himself, becoming obedient to death, even death on a cross. Because of this, God greatly exalted him and bestowed on ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/the-most-holy-name-of-jesus.html

JANUARY 1st THE SOLEMNITY TO MARY, MOTHER OF GOD MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - December 31, 2016 "Our Lady of the Sign" by Father Alex Echeandia of Pachacamac Monastery 2015 People throughout history have made life -changing decisions, and some have even changed the course of history; but none have been so costly in their accomplishment, so profoundly enriching in their effects nor so cosmic in their importance than the life-changing decisions of our Lord Jesus Christ and of his blessed Mother Mary. The first in importance, though not in time, ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2016/12/our-lady-of-sign-by-father-alex.html

Control and Being a Little Legislator MEDICAL MATINS - December 30, 2016 ... them: we can't change the weather, we can't change history, and we can't change the people around us or their choices. Christians embrace this like they embrace the inevitability of suffering: they see that God has made it a way to go to Him. Credit: Rosser321 It's refreshing to admit I can't control a lot. As a doctor, I can't control who will page or call me and whether it means I get out of bed on call. I can't control who will walk into my clinic or how long they'll need ...http://medicalmatins.blogspot.com/2016/12/control-and-being-little-legislator.html

Pope St. Zephyrinus A CATHOLIC LIFE - December 20, 2016 Next in the continuing series of posts on the History of the Sovereign Pontiffs , we pick up after Pope St. Victor I and come to the 15th Sovereign Pontiff: Pope St. Zephyrinus. A native of Rome, St. Zephyrinus reigned as Pope from 199 to 217 AD. During part of his rule, the Church endured the bloody persecution of Emperor Septimus Severus. Pope Zephyrinus rejoiced in the triumphs of the martyrs, but he had much to suffer from current heresies and apostasies. It was his ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/9nM5RcQ5c78/pope-st-zephyrinus.html

EP on Globalization, Human Rights, Religious Fundamentalism BYZANTINE, TEXAS - December 8, 2016 ... also referred to the synod in Crete not only as "an example of communion" but a "sea of communion for the entire Orthodox Church and for the world". The lecture focused on communion especially its theological significance, as well as sharing, dialogue, integration: "Communion is a joint participation in grace, love and communion in God's life, which becomes the very experience of 'being in a relationship'. It means participating in divine nature, through the ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2016/12/ep-on-globalization-human-rights.html

A "Hail Mary Pass" for Advent MAN WITH BLACK HAT - December 8, 2016 ... the Incarnation, we begin the focal point of salvation history, its end being the passion, death, and resurrection of Christ, and His ascension into Glory. And while the whole of Christendom follows, what precedes that story is what helps us to prepare. Angelus ad Virginem … is a 13th century carol of unknown attribution, which tells of the angel appearing to the young virgin Mary. Christians in the West remember the eighth of December as the Feast of the Immaculate ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2016/12/a-hail-mary-pass-for-advent.html

Fidel Castro, May God Have Mercy on Him Καθολικός διάκονος - November 26, 2016 ... in the '60s and '70s. That was a sad era that was brought to an end by the Church Committee hearings in the U.S. Senate. Fidel Castro no doubt during one his boring, hours-long discourses (Getty) In these final hours of the last day of this Year of Grace, liturgically approaching the end of time, it bears noting that "history" will not be Fidel Castro's, or anyone else's, final judge. The judgment of history, as important as it is, is a human ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/11/fidel-castro-may-god-have-mercy-on-him.html

Looking for Catholic Christmas Gift Ideas, From Catholic Sellers? Here Ya Go! LITTLE CATHOLIC BUBBLE - November 25, 2016 ... Call Her Happy Trades of Hope Inscribe Designs Other Side of the Fence Saint Benedict Medal (clothing/accessories) Gabbi and Patty's Shop (for teachers) Jacob's Toy Box and Books Mazzoni's Handmade Shop (including mosaics) Petite Fleur Studio (peg dolls) When Beauty Met Truth Sanctus Stitches Give Him 5 Beads With Faith Caritas Press Catholic Books (for adults and children) Apple and Azalea Hair Bows 4 Life I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving, and may God bless us with ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/LittleCatholicBubble/~3/O1LefVxv1-Q/looking-for-catholic-christmas-gift.html

St Catherine of Alexandria in the Counter-Reformation NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - November 25, 2016 ... rather random choice), and Catherine of Alexandria were kept at the highest grades. Virgo inter Virgines (The Virgin Mary among the other holy virgins) by the anonymous Netherlandish painter known as the Master of the St Lucy Legend, ca. 1490. The holy Virgins are Ss Apollonia, Ursula, Lucy, Dorothy, Catherine (receiving a ring from the baby Jesus; her red cloak is covered with her symbol, the wheel,) Mary Magdalene, Barbara, Agnes, Margaret, Agatha and Cunera, patron of the Rhenen area near ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/y2TC7xcw11g/st-catherine-of-alexandria-in-counter.html

Memorial of Saint Cecilia, Virgin and Martyr BIG C CATHOLICS - November 21, 2016 November 22nd, is the memorial of Saint Cecilia. The 3rd century virgin and martyr is one of the most famous of the Roman martyrs. Little is certain of her life apart from her martyrdom. A woman of great piety, she was attributed with the habit of daily singing the psalms, and as a gifted musician, for which she was named the patron saint of church music, musicians and composers. The daughter of patrician Roman Christians, she was given in marriage to a ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/11/memorial-of-saint-cecilia-virgin-and.html

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