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Cardinal: Consecrate Russia to "Immaculate Heart of Mary" BYZANTINE, TEXAS - May 19, 2017 The whole idea is a little tone deaf. Besides the obvious impediment to such "Immaculate Heart" imagery, the Russian Church - I am sure - would not make Rome happy if it chose to dedicate Italy to Mark of Ephesus. This is the sort of stuff that has every step towards mutual understanding followed by two steps back in skepticism. ROME, May 19, 2017 ( LifeSiteNews ) – Cardinal Raymond Burke issued a call this morning for the ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/05/cardinal-consecrate-russia-to.html

5th Sunday of Easter, Cycle A LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - May 14, 2017 Every day, it seems, there is something new for us to worry about, a new fear, a new anxiety, a new concern, whether it be money, work, health, the future, the threat of war or even the end of the world. That is why it seems so appropriate to have this Gospel today, hearing the reassuring words Jesus leaves to His disciples and to us, words incidentally, He spoke at the Last Supper, before His impending crucifixion: "Do not ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2017/05/5th-sunday-of-easter-cycle-a.html

The Importance and Dignity of Motherhood FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - May 14, 2017 (Fifth Sunday of Easter (A): This homily was given on May 14, 2017, at St. Pius X Church, Westerly, R.I., by Fr. Raymond Suriani. Read Acts 6: 1-7; 1Peter 2: 4-9; John 14: 1-12.) [For the audio version of this homily, click here: Fifth Sunday of Easter 2017 ] The Holy Father was not pleased. As many of you probably heard …the other day the Pope was speaking to a group of students at the Vatican, and he expressed his great displeasure at the nickname the United ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-importance-and-dignity-of-motherhood.html

100th Anniversary of the Apparitions at Fatima MARTA, JULIE E MARIA - May 12, 2017 ... about Fatima, that my husband and I were privileged enough to have been present at the month before we got married. I am astounded by how little people actually know about the message of Fatima. But I guess that's how God works, in small and hidden ways. I also recommend reading Blessed Lucia of Fatima's four books written by her. "As I shared with the pilgrims, digging deeper, the precise link, I believe, between John Paul II's TOB and Fatima lies in Mary's ...http://martajuliemaria.blogspot.com/2017/05/100th-anniversary-of-apparitions-at.html

Fatima in Focus A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - May 5, 2017 by Brother John M. Samaha, S.M. May 13, 2017, marked the one hundredth anniversary of Our Lady's first apparition at Fatima. She appeared there each month from May to October in 1917 on the thirteenth of each month. Like the apparitions of Our Lady at Guadalupe and at Lourdes, her apparitions at Fatima are known far and wide across the world in both religious and secular circles. To appreciate more clearly the impact ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2017/05/fatima-in-focus.html

Month of Our Lady CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - May 1, 2017 DEVOTION OF THE MONTH - MONTH OF OUR LADY In addition to the myriad of feast days honoring Our Lady in her many titles and virtues, the entire month of May is especially given to her praise. In the words of Pope Paul VI: May is "a month which the piety of the faithful has long dedicated to Mary, the Mother of God . . . For ...http://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2017/05/month-of-our-lady.html

"Whatever the Task, Work As Serving the Lord and Not Man": Reflections From the Field 1 FRANCISCAN WAY - May 1, 2017 ... sisters are preparing to make their first profession of vows and have reflected on their six month mission experience where they shared in the active apostolates of our community. Today's reflection comes from Sr. John Mary, named for Pope St. John Paul II, whose theology of work and of the human person informed her mission experience at Bonacum House in Lincoln, NE. "Perhaps God wills to give that person to you," Pope St. John Paul II's spiritual director ...http://1franciscanway.blogspot.com/2017/05/whatever-task-work-as-serving-lord-and.html

The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary BATTLE BEADS BLOG - March 25, 2017 The fact of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary is related in Luke 1:26-38. The Evangelist tells us that in the sixth month after the conception of St. John the Baptist by Elizabeth, the angel Gabriel was sent from God to the Virgin Mary, at Nazareth, a small town in the mountains of Galilee. Mary was of the house of David, and was espoused (i.e. married) to Joseph, of the same royal family. She ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-annunciation-of-blessed-virgin-mary.html

So Hard THIS CROSS I EMBRACE - March 25, 2017 Robbie is an angel. He is seriously just about the easiest kid I could have been blessed with. He doesn't complain when we're cooped up indoors and I'm working on my computer for days on end, nor does he protest being carted all over the place or dropped off for babysitting quickly and randomly. Being his mom has been easy. Being a divorcing mom has been hard as hell. Gerund emphasized. As, it seems, it shall stretch on and on and on... It pains me that I ...http://thiscrossiembrace.blogspot.com/2017/03/so-hard.html

IRL : 'I Am Haunted by the Names of the Tuam Babies, What Would They Have Become?' (Contribution) CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 18, 2017 Patrick. Mary. Matthew. Peter. Julia. James. Joseph. John. Maud. Mary Kate. Christina. Annie. Richard. Florence. Rose. Luke. Donald. Eileen. Henry. Sabina. Bridget. Fabian. Oliver. Stephen. Imelda. Paul. There isn't enough space in this column for all of their names. Seven hundred and ninety six death certificates. Seven hundred and ninety six infants who died at the mother and baby home in Tuam, some of whose remains are among the "significant ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/irl-i-am-haunted-by-names-of-tuam.html

Fatima: Sacrifices for Souls CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - March 11, 2017 The Collects at Mass during these early days of Lent remind us very much of the character of self-denial that is a feature of this season. The recently adopted English translations appear to me to bring this out with a clarity that represents a strength of those translations. The Collect for the Friday of the first week of Lent reads: Grant that your faithful, O Lord, we pray, may be so conformed to the paschal observances, that the bodily discipline ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2017/03/fatima-sacrifices-for-souls.html

Plenary Indulgence Opportunity on Fridays During Lent BIG C CATHOLICS - March 1, 2017 A plenary indulgence may be obtained on each Friday of Lent by the faithful, who after worthily receiving Communion, piously recite the following prayer before an image of Christ crucified – provided the conditions for a plenary indulgence are met (see below after prayer). A plenary indulgence remits all temporal punishment due to personal sins. Prayer Before a Crucifix/Prayer to Christ Crucified. Behold, O kind and most sweet Jesus, I cast myself upon my knees in ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/plenary-indulgence-opportunity-on.html

Messages From Alleged Denver Visionary Not Approved by Church CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 21, 2017 ... said in a statement in response to the post. "The events of 2016/17 have shown that Mr. Johnston's alleged visions were not accurate and the Archdiocese urges the faithful not to condone or support further attempts to reinterpret them as valid," the statement concluded. Charlie Johnston is a blogger who claims to have received visions and messages from the Blessed Virgin Mary, the angel Gabriel and other saints for most of his life. He has blogged about his ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/messages-from-alleged-denver-visionary.html

A Southern Catholic Thing SMALLER MANHATTANS - February 12, 2017 Not Seminary Ridge Last month I found myself way in the back of the church a couple of minutes before Mass started. We typically arrive about 15 minutes early and sit near the front where I can see without glasses, so the back is a mysterious and alien place. When I came in, the organist was playing the last notes of the prelude, then stopped. At this point, the whole church was dim, quiet, and packed. In front of me was the priest, a couple of deacons, ...http://platytera.blogspot.com/2017/02/a-southern-catholic-thing.html