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"Your Light Must Shine Before Others" by Melanie Rigney (@MelanieRigney) YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - June 12, 2017 Memorial of Saint Anthony of Padua, Priest, and Doctor of the Church For however many are the promises of God, their Yes is in him; therefore, the Amen from us also goes through him to God for glory. (2 Corinthians 1:20) Lord, let your face shine on me. (Psalm 119:135a) "You are the salt of the earth. But if salt loses its taste, with what can it be William Holman Hunt [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons seasoned? It is no longer good for anything but to be thrown out ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/06/your-light-must-shine-before-others-by.html

"Sing in Me, Oh Muse, and Through Me Tell the Story."-- The Nobel Lecture of Bob Dylan SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - June 12, 2017 ... Dylan's Catholicity permeates the remarks. Grace builds upon nature, and Dylan's God-given talent as poet and lyricist channels grace a-plenty to build upon nature. Enjoy the speech, but I submit for your brief consideration the following three excerpts, tracking his own structure. Dylan reflects on three books that deeply affected him at a young age as a way to give an insight into his music: Moby Dick, All Quiet on the Western Front, and The Odyssey . In ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2017/06/sing-in-me-oh-muse-and-through-me-tell.html

Faith Through Food: Celebrating the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - June 11, 2017 ... blueberries, and raspberries reminded us the Fruits of the Holy Spirit, but also of the Three Persons of God - strawberry slices reminiscent of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, defrosted raspberries - red for the Holy Spirit, and defrosted blueberries to remind us of our Father in Heaven (the heavens being represented by blue) Then, we went on to the gluten-free tortillas . The children immediately said they are circular, reminding us of God's eternal love for us. Then, we noted how they are round ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2017/06/faith-through-food-celebrating.html

Feast of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions HAPPY CATHOLIC* - June 3, 2017 ... history which is more familiar to us. Today, together with the whole Church, we honor twenty-two Ugandan martyrs. They are the first martyrs of Sub-Saharan Africa and true witnesses of the Christian faith. Charles Lwanga, a catechist and a young leader, was martyred in 1886 with a group of Catholic and Anglican royal pages, some of whom were not yet baptized. King Mwanga, who despised the Christian religion, gave orders that all the Christian pages in his service be laid upon ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/06/feast-of-st-charles-lwanga-and.html

A Few Barely Coherent Notes on a Thing Called "Spirituality" Καθολικός διάκονος - May 29, 2017 ... διάκονος. In fact, I had the feeling throughout most of the month of being a faltering blogger. Blogging wasn't the only thing I felt faltering. I don't mind sharing that from about midway through Lent until early last week, my spiritual life was faltering. The reason for this is simple: my spiritual practice, or my practice of the spiritual disciplines, waned almost to the point of disappearing. This happened because I allowed myself to become way too busy ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/05/a-few-barley-coherent-notes-on-thing.html

Mass in Some Places: St. John Nepomucene A CATHOLIC LIFE - May 16, 2017 ... Neumann . The history of this special feast is related by the great liturgist of the modern era, Dom Prosper Gueranger in his Liturgical Year. He begins by quoting from what the Church recounts of his life: John was born at Nepomuk a town in Bohemia (from which he took the name of Nepomucen), and of parents who were advanced in years. His future sanctity was foretold by the appearance of bright rays miraculously shining over the house wherein he was born. When an infant, he ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/kImNQFhNn30/mass-in-some-places-st-john-nepomucene.html

What We Do, and Don't, Believe About the Pope and the Church (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - May 7, 2017 ... strong in the readings – that's why this is often called "Good Shepherd Sunday." But did you also notice how much we heard from Saint Peter? That's appropriate, since he was the first pope, the first shepherd appointed by Christ to guard and teach the Church. This is a good opportunity to talk about what we do, and do not, believe about the pope and the nature of the Church. At one extreme, there are people who think we treat the pope as if he were the oracle of God; ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2017/05/what-we-do-and-dont-believe-about-pope.html

Blessed Francisco and Jacinta Marto to Be Canonized BIG C CATHOLICS - April 28, 2017 ... May 13, and October 13, 1917, three children, Portuguese shepherds from Aljustrel, received apparitions of Our Lady at Cova da Iria, near Fatima, a city 110 miles north of Lisbon. At that time, Europe was involved in an extremely bloody war. Portugal itself was enduring political turmoil, having overthrown its monarchy in 1910; the government disbanded religious organizations soon after. At the first appearance, Mary asked the children to return to that spot on the thirteenth of each month for ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/blessed-francisco-and-jacinta-marto-to.html

Sensing the Saints From Divine Mercy Sunday Through St. Catherine of Sienna's Feast Day TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - April 23, 2017 ... the fruits of my labor. (Not that it was really labor to put these ideas together. For me, it is fun, fun, fun to do!) Divine Mercy(the Sunday after Easter) and St. George (4/23) Without question, Divine Mercy Sunday is a day to spend some extra time before or after Mass chatting about Divine Mercy and, perhaps, praying the chaple t . In our family, it is also a time to get our taste buds in on the celebration. This morning, my daughter helped us make a simple breakfast to remind us of the ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2017/04/Sensing-the-Saints-April-Final-Week.html

Upcoming Catholic Events CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC CORNER - April 21, 2017 ... Guilford The Gift Shoppe is well stocked with books, homemade fudge, Monastery maple syrup, and other items made by the nuns. Plus, gifts for Baptism, First Communion and Confirmation. The Monastery Shoppe is closed for the sacred Triduum (next week); Thursday, May 25 for the Ascension; and Monday, May 29 for Memorial Day. You may also want to make a visit to the Chapel where the Most Blessed Sacrament is exposed for adoration. ++++++ Annual May Crowning All are invited to Our Lady of ...http://connecticutcatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2017/04/upcoming-catholic-events.html

Homily G-MANS JOURNEY - April 16, 2017 ... 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/2017/04/homily.html

Good Friday Reveals the True Revolutionary on Calvary CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 14, 2017 ... Week—the first one on Palm Sunday and the second one on Good Friday. The latter account is always from Saint John's Gospel. On Palm Sunday, we rotate among the Synoptic Gospels according to Cycles A, B, and C. This year, we listened to Saint Matthew's account. In Saint Matthew's Gospel, the evangelist tells us something about those who were crucified to the right and left of Jesus. They are called revolutionaries (Matt 27:38), and this ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/v89QMCNgBX0/good-friday-reveals-true-revolutionary-calvary

Saint Isidore of Seville: Patron Saint of the Internet JEAN M. HEIMANN - April 4, 2017 Today is the optional memorial of Saint 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 ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/04/saint-isidore-seville-patron-saint-internet/