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The Feast of the Entrance of the Theotokos Into the Temple NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - November 21, 2014 ... Cross, the Nativity, Theophany, the Meeting of Simeon in the Temple, Palm Sunday, the Annunciation, Pentecost and the Transfiguration) and feasts which commemorate the Theotkos' role in salvation history (Nativity of the Theotokos, Entrance into the Temple, the Annunciation, and the Dormition). That the Theotokos is prominently featured in seven of the festal icons (in addition to the previous four also the Nativity, the Meeting of Simeon, and the Ascension), ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/sNbrFb8dhEw/the-feast-of-entrance-of-theotokos-into.html
A Christian Life Without the Cross Isn't Christian, Says Pope MISSIONARY PRIEST BLOGGER - September 26, 2014 A Christian Life Without the Cross Isn't Christian, Says Pope in Morning Homily Exhorts Faithful to Follow Example of Simon of Cyrene A Christian cannot understand Christ the Redeemer without the Cross, without being ready to bear the Cross with Jesus. That was Pope Francis' message at Friday's morning Mass at the Casa Santa Marta. To be a Christian means to be a "Cyrene," that is, to be like Simon of Cyrene, who helped Jesus carry his cross, he said. Having the faith ...http://missionarypriest.blogspot.com/2014/09/a-christian-life-without-cross-isnt.html
The Taste of Liqud Sunshine SERVANT AND STEWARD - August 14, 2014 The folks at Dr Pepper recently tweeted an image that seems quite appropriate for what I intend to do later this afternoon as I work on Sunday's homily: If you find yourself under a palm tree, it's time to raise a Pepper! pic.twitter.com/cG8XRshwlP — Dr Pepper (@drpepper) August 14, 2014 Dr Pepper was, of course, once known as "liquid sunshine;" what else, then, would one drink on the beach?http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/xTekYNqFcCU/the-taste-of-liqud-sunshine.html
A New Birth VENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - August 1, 2014 The message In this recent homily by Fr. Phil Bloom, pastor at St. Mary of the Valley Catholic Church, Monroe, Washington, is that "God allows the flesh to have power so that we will realize our weakness and come to him. The suffering involved in humility is labor pain" and uses the life of Venerable Matt Talbot as an illustration. Life in the Spirit Week 2 (July 13, 2014) http://stmaryvalleybloom.org/homilyfor-15sunday-a.html We are now in the second week ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2014/08/a-new-birth_1.html