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Can We Have This Discussion? CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - December 4, 2016 Can We Have This Discussion? Mark Mallett

Advent 30 Day Retreat: Second Sunday ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - December 4, 2016 ... 1:4-6) This painting gives us a glimpse of the type of crowd that gathered around John the Baptist. He must have been a compelling speaker for people to have come from 'all of Judea' and 'Jerusalem' to see and hear him. I listened to a toastmaster recently who described the competitions speech makers enter. They are judged on presentation as much as content. I suspect John was provided with a natural talent for drawing a crowd. If he was all doom and gloom I wonder how many people would have ...

Australian Bishops Plan National Council for 2020 CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 3, 2016 Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane has been elected by the Australian bishops to chair a commission preparing for a national council in 2020. The national plenary council - the first such event in Australia since 1937 - will bring the members of the Australian hierarchy together to discuss pastoral responses to the challenges facing the Church today. Archbishop Coleridge acknowledged a need to form new approaches at a time when the public influence ...

Revolution of the Heart CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - December 2, 2016 Revolution of the Heart Mark Mallett

"Can a Pope Become a Heretic?" CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - December 2, 2016 Interesting download from author and blogger, Mark Mallett, of The Now Word blog This download is an online article (21 pages) by one of my favorite authors, Fr. Joseph Leo Iannuzzi. (link to list of his books) "Can a Pope Become a Heretic?" By Rev. Joseph L. Iannuzzi, STD, Ph.D. (About Fr. Joe)

Mark's Theme THE NEW BEGINNING - December 1, 2016

Bishop of Wellington Ordains in Hope CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 1, 2016 ... engineers decided 61 Molesworth St was in imminent danger of collapse – and ordered the immediate evacuation of the cathedral. On the Friday afternoon (18 November), the cathedral staff team had it confirmed: there was no way they'd be back in the cathedral in time for the ordination service – which left them exactly eight days to find another church big enough to hold 800 people. They did, too, thanks to The Hope Centre in Lower Hutt, who opened their doors and hearts to the ...

Post-modern return to Pre-Christian values. Was murdering alcoholics ... LEX COMMUNIS - December 1, 2016 ... was euthanasia, which was carried out earlier this year in The Netherlands at his parents' home. "My little brother is dead," wrote Marcel Langedijk, a freelance journalist, in an article for the Dutch magazine Linda published last week. "It was in his head. It was his problem. What the problem was no one could really ever find out," he added, revealing that his brother had undergone 21 rehab sessions over the last eight years and had had the support of his loving ...

How Well Do You Know the Nativity Story? BIG C CATHOLICS - November 30, 2016

Euthanasia Law Used to Kill Alcoholic CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - November 30, 2016 ... Langedijk set the date for his own death and was joking, drinking beer and eating ham and cheese sandwiches in the hours before his GP arrived at his parents' home to administer fatal injections, it said. A 41-year-old man has ended his life by fatal injection rather than carry on living as an alcoholic, in a radical new extension of Holland's euthanasia regime. Mark Langedijk decided that death was the only way to escape from his addiction to drink, according to an account ...

Connecting the Dots With Mark Shea CHOCOLATE FOR YOUR BRAIN! - November 29, 2016 Every Monday, you can hear Mark and me talk about things from a Catholic perspective. On this past Monday, we began delving into "Blessed Waiting," and discussions of how to God, all times are soon. It's only all of us with our limited understanding of time, that cannot recognize the everyday miracles of our own lives simply being.

The Counter-Revolution CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - November 25, 2016 The Counter-Revolution Mark Mallett

Westminster Abbey Commissions the Queen's Window CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 24, 2016 Westminster Abbey is to mark the near-65-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II with a new stained glass window, which will be designed by acclaimed British contemporary artist David Hockney. The window, which will be made at Barley Studios in York, will occupy a place in the north transept – one of the few remaining clear windows in the Abbey – and will be known as The Queen's Window. The Queen celebrated her 90th birthday this year. Next February marks the ...

Trajectory CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - November 23, 2016 Trajectory Mark Mallett

Speaking Up for the Christians TEA AT TRIANON - November 22, 2016

Is It Too Late for Me? CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - November 21, 2016 Is It Too Late for Me? Mark Mallett

Worth a Thousand Words: St. Mark HAPPY CATHOLIC* - November 21, 2016 Donatello, St. Mark (1411-13) via Wikipedia ... it also remains true that Italian sculptors, like those north of the Alps, were moving relentlessly in the same direction: the discovery and representation of the individual human being, with truth and dignity. It was a move away from mere human symbols and archetypes toward actual flesh-and-blood men and women. For the Christian faith taught that humans were not types. Each had an immortal soul, and the carvers began to look ...

I Know...I Know...I'm Behind My Own Times... CHOCOLATE FOR YOUR BRAIN! - November 19, 2016 Okay...I feel like I'm repeating last week's post. On Monday, I talked with Mark Shea on Connecting the Dots. On Tuesday, I found out a piece ran on Aleteia regarding family lore in November. Add in Small Success Thursday and my poor blog had no love this week. Will I do better next week? I'll try. I promise, I'll try.

We Are Always a Broken People but We're Called to Be Better CHOCOLATE FOR YOUR BRAIN! - November 19, 2016 I hoped the election, (whichever way it went), once over, would allow people to go back to being able to speak to each other online and in reality the way we would want to be spoken to; with civility, a presumption of good faith, humor and mindfulness. If the past week is any indicator, things will get progressively harder. On Mondays, I visit with Mark Shea on his podcast radio program.

Good Morning! SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - November 19, 2016

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