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'God Did Not Send the Son Into the World to Condemn the World, but in Order That the World Might Be Saved Through Him.' ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC BLOGGERS - June 10, 2017 The Trinity . El Greco [ Web Gallery of Art ] For Readings and Reflections for Trinity Sunday click on the following: Trinity Sunday, Year A Benedictus sit Deus , Mozart Antiphona ad introitum Entrance Antiphon Benedictus sit Deus Pater, Blest be God the Father, Unigenitusque Dei Filius, and the Only Begotten Son of God, Sanctus quoque Spiritus, and also the Holy Spirit, quia fecit nobiscum misericordian suam. for he has shown us is merciful love.

Hymn for Pentecost A WING AND A PRAYER - June 4, 2017 ... with power imbue. Kindle our sense from above, and make our hearts o'erflow with love; with patience firm and virtue high the weakness of our flesh supply. Far from us drive the foe we dread, and grant us Thy peace instead; so shall we not, with Thee for guide, turn from the path of life aside. Oh, may Thy grace on us bestow the Father and the Son to know; and Thee, through endless times confessed, of both the eternal Spirit blest. Now to the Father and the Son, Who rose from ...

The Holy Family: A Triple Threat PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - May 16, 2017 I suspect that when most people think about the Holy Family, they imagine a picture of total happiness, where there is no suffering of any kind and where every day just turns out perfectly. Yes, Jesus and Mary were completely sinless, and Joseph was a most chaste and righteous man. But, they still had their difficulties. The movie The Nativity Story is what first gave me a sense of this, but if you think about it, Scripture reveals it too. The Holy Family ...

Otro Himno Pulenta AQUƍ ESTAMOS - April 1, 2017

Lent: Living Stones HUMBLEPIETY - March 20, 2017 Lent: Living Stones Discovering goodness, a prelude to holiness Embracing kindness, finding time to confess Lent seeks the soul, invites this divine guest Making room in the silent heart so truly blest A purple mood covers the penitential body By works of charity, faith's spirit to embody Putting the flesh upon fasting's spiritual bones Prayerfully becoming the Church's living stones. Fr Patrick Brennan © 2017 all rights reserved

What's So Great About Being Poor in Spirit? CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - March 3, 2017 What's So Great about Being Poor in Spirit? : "Jesus' "Sermon on the Mount" is probably the most famous sermon of all time. And the opening lines of that sermon are equally famous — for 2,000 years they've been known as "the Beatitudes." In nine short verses, Jesus lays out the character sketch of the spiritually successful person who is truly blest, fortunate, positioned …"