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Blessed John Henry Newman ATONEMENTONLINE - October 8, 2015 ... in the Baptistry at Our Lady of the Atonement Church. John Henry Newman, the 19th century's most important English-speaking Roman Catholic theologian, spent the first half of his life as an Anglican and the second half as a Roman Catholic. He was a priest, popular preacher, writer and eminent theologian in both Churches. Born in London, England, he studied at Oxford's Trinity College, was a tutor at Oriel College and for 17 years was the ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/10/blessed-john-henry-newman.html
15 Things I Wish I Knew My Freshman Year AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - August 11, 2015 ... to join you on a road trip. Use Spring Break to go on a mission trip. Go hang out in the adoration chapel, just because. You won't regret it and you may never have the opportunity or time for most of these (and other) college experiences. 14 – Homesickness is real. Almost everybody has it to some degree, even those that come from unhealthy environments back home. For new students, it is an unfamiliar and difficult transition and you will have to learn a new town (unless you don't leave ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2015/08/10-things-i-wish-i-knew-my-freshman-year/
How I Met the Jesuits GOOGLING GOD - July 31, 2015 ... my life would be quite different. You see, when I met the Jesuits, I was likely on my way out of the Catholic Church. I've been a lifelong Catholic. I was an altar server through High School. Deacons in my church took care of me in youth and recreation groups. The pastor of my childhood parish was a wonderful and holy man. After he retired, it all went down the toilet, but it was one event in particular that pushed me towards the exit. I was a ...http://googlinggod.com/2015/07/31/how-i-met-the-jesuits/
A Convert Faces the Confessional CATHOLIC HOTDISH - July 6, 2015 ... weaknesses in the same loud voice we use to brag about our accomplishments and our virtues. Well, here was my opportunity. I was an odd convert. It was for confession that I had become a Catholic, among other attractions. I knew that the Protestant way was too easy. For me, at least, it was too easy to imagine a God who was not watching me too closely when I sinned or listening too closely when I asked for forgiveness. So, I had the double disadvantage of taking my sins more ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/HQBvVQxKe1Q/