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Death With Dignity: The Ultimate Cop-Out CRISIS MAGAZINE - January 17, 2017 ... redemptive. With the Incarnation, God enters the world of human suffering. He takes upon himself the human suffering of the whole world and experiences every type of pain: physical, mental, and spiritual. Christ's love for humanity causes him to willingly submit to the sufferings of the Passion and of the cross for it is only through suffering that man is given new life. Just as Christ's sufferings have a meaning and purpose, man's sufferings also have a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/AFZcQNFLvik/death-dignity-ultimate-cop

This Is Dumb. ABBEY ROADS - January 9, 2017 ... are misled by imparting to God's locutions and revelations a literal interpretation, and interpretation according to the outer rind. As has been explained, God's chief objective in conferring these revelations is to express and impart the elusive, spiritual meaning contained in the words. This spiritual meaning is richer and more plentiful than the literal meaning and transcends those limits." [...] "Anyone bound to the letter, locution, form, ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2017/01/this-is-dumb.html

Monday, January 9. 2017 FR. CARMEN MELE, O.P.: TODAY'S HOMILETTE - January 6, 2017 ... precisely the same gaining of favor for his readiness to suffer. Jesus tells John that he must submit to John's baptism "to fulfill all righteousness." It would be a hollow expression if it did not mean making the ultimate sacrifice. Jesus' baptism should be taken as a prefiguring of his death on the cross and his resurrection. Water, of course, has this dual quality of taking and giving life. Because of his willingness to accept death for others, the Father says of him, "This ...http://cbmdominicanpreacher.blogspot.com/2017/01/monday-january-9-2017.html

The Most Holy Name of Jesus BIG C CATHOLICS - January 2, 2017 ... under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. (Philippians 2:10-11). Father Pius Parsch observes "Persons who played prominent roles in the history of salvation often received their names from God Himself. Adam - man of the earth; Eve - mother of all the living; Abraham - father of many nations; Peter - the rock. The Savior's precursor was given the name God assigned him. According to divine precedent, then, the name of the Redeemer should ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/the-most-holy-name-of-jesus.html

The Light Shines in the Darkness #PeaceOfChrist YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - December 30, 2016 ... turning of the year and fill the months ahead with the bright hope that is ours in the coming of Christ. You are our God, living and reigning, forever and ever. (From USCCB website) Study On this last day of the year, the Magisterium serves us up quite a combination to contemplate. The "last hour" referenced in the First Letter of John is not written in anticipation of the Tiffany Ball dropping in Times Square. It refers instead to the time when we prepare for the Second Coming of Christ. We ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-light-shines-in-darkness_30.html

The Nativity of the Lord: Mass at Night Καθολικός διάκονος - December 25, 2016 ... Advents. The first extended from the Fall of our first parents to the Nativity of Jesus Christ. The second extends from Christ's Ascension into heaven until His return in glory. During this second Advent we live in a state of tension between the already and the not-yet. Whether we're here when Christ returns or He calls us to Himself before then, our lives are to be shaped by the reality of the Incarnation, which, it has been observed, "is so earth-shattering that it enacts something akin to ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-nativity-of-lord-mass-at-night.html

'What Is the Point of Christmas?' (Christmas Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - December 25, 2016 ... ask. This is the real meaning of the sacrament of confession. It's not primarily about a box, or a ritual, or formulas or prayers; all these things serve a greater purpose: to invite the Prince of Peace to reign in our hearts. That is the where all the struggles that really matter happen. So if you want to give yourself the best Christmas present, if you want that peace and joy of the season, nothing beats walking out of confession, with a soul where all is calm, all is ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/12/what-is-point-of-christmas-christmas.html

Come Let Us Adore Him DO WHATEVER HE TELLS YOU! (JN 2:5) - December 24, 2016 Homily Christmas Eve 2016 St. Lawrence Catholic Campus Center at the University of Kansas 25 December 2016 Daily Readings Audio O come let us adore Him! Christ the Lord! Why did you come here tonight? Answer honestly . . if you dare. Have you come here to adore the Lord? Although I want to start this homily by welcoming everyone . . our regulars, our visitors, Catholics and non-Catholics, saints and sinners, those who are here all the time and those who are here only on ...http://frmitchel.blogspot.com/2016/12/homily-christmas-eve-2016-st.html

Christmas Is a Season VIEW FROM THE AMBO - December 23, 2016 Merry Christmas! I hope that this season is one of peace and joy for all. Christmas is a season - it only begins on December 25. The Twelve days of Christmas, of carol fame, begins - not ends - on Christmas day. Indeed, the twelve days ends on the feast of the Epiphany, we we remember three events in which Christ is revealed to the world (the arrival of the Magi, the Baptism of Christ, and the first miracle at the wedding at Cana). Different cultures have different endings ...http://frtodd.blogspot.com/2016/12/christmas-is-season.html

Real Faith, Real World, Real Christ! DOMINE, DA MIHI HANC AQUAM! - December 18, 2016 ... over the centuries, including the last few decades, many Catholic theologians, priests and bishops among them, have advocated exactly that. That we stop thinking of God in human terms. That we cease addressing God as "Father" and call Him "parent." That we no longer say "Son of Man" but "Child of Humanity." That we refer to the kingdom as "the community." Besides being horribly clumsy and just plain silly, these attempts at changing the language are also attempts to redefine the truth of the ...http://hancaquam.blogspot.com/2016/12/real-faith-real-world-real-christ.html

Saint John of the Cross, Carmelite - Feast Day Celebration ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - December 14, 2016 St. John of the Cross, a 16 th century saint, is most well-known for working with St. Teresa of Avila at reforming the Carmelite orders of priests and nuns. John of the Cross received his Carmelite habit in 1563. Upon obtaining his habit, he immediately asked to live a more austere life than his fellow Carmelites of the day. John sought to live a life more in line with the original meaning of being a Carmelite. In John's ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/12/saint-john-of-cross-carmelite-feast-day.html

Books to Last All Year SPIRITUAL WOMAN - December 11, 2016 ... hope in the Cross, discipleship, and education in the faith. You can find out more about the contributors at http://vocation.nd.edu/get-connected/books/the-cross-our-only-hope-contributors/ Saint of the Day Edited by Leonard Foley, OFM This is the 40th anniversary edition of Saint of the Day , first compiled by Leonard Foley, O.F.M., and published in two volumes. Through the years, this popular book has been a go-to source for information on key saints. This ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/DAmu490Fy1Y/books-to-last-all-year.html

Homily for the 4th Sunday of Advent, December 18, 2016, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - December 11, 2016 ... Light… recognizing reality and truth. Pontius Pilate during the trial of Jesus asked the central question. Truth is not something we establish, it come from outside of us; it's something we attain, something we come to recognize. The world thinks otherwise. "Truth?" Pilate asked, "What is truth?" Then, having disposed of truth, he had Jesus crucified. Christmas is filled with the theme of light and darkness. We recall the Star of Bethlehem and the Magi, the Wise Men, those seers and ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/12/homily-for-4th-sunday-of-advent.html

The Meaning of Suffering /Thirsting for Love SPIRIT BYTES - December 7, 2016 It is not by sidestepping or fleeing from suffering that we are healed,but rather by our capacity for accepting it , maturing through it and finding meaning through union with Christ , who suffered with infinite love"..."Dear brothers and sisters, let us look at Christ pierced on the Cross! He is the unsurpassing revelation of God's love.... On the Cross, it is God himself who begs the love of his creature: He is thirsty for the love of ...http://spiritbytes.blogspot.com/2013/02/it-is-not-by-sidestepping-or-fleeing.html

Angels in Words, Pictures, and Music RANDOM ACTS OF MOMNESS - December 6, 2016 ... reflections, author Martin Shannon meditates on each story and what it reveals about angels, about God, and — ultimately — about our human selves. I love the approach; I've never before read these Bible stories and thought about the angels as anything other than peripheral figures, so I found the new perspective fascinating. Each chapter is illustrated by a colorful reproduction of a work of art, everything from a Byzantine mosaic of the angel guarding Eden to Eugene Delacroix's ...http://randomactsofmomness.com/angels-in-words-pictures-and-music/

Immaculate Conception Novena: Day 6 HAPPY CATHOLIC* - December 5, 2016 ... God Oumilenie (Affectionate Tenderness), Russia, XVth Century via Icons Explained MOTHER MOST AMIABLE Next to the Lord, when he is nailed to the Cross stands Mary, John the beloved disciple, and some holy women. At this climactic moment the Lord speaks to the Blessed Virgin with words that have particular meaning for each one of us. He says to her: "Woman, behold thy son." Then He says to the disciple, "Behold thy mother." (John 19:27) ... It is moving to see ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2016/12/immaculate-conception-novena-day-6.html

Collisional Cross Sections QUANTUM THEOLOGY - December 4, 2016 ... which I couldn't go to ( vide infra). We booked a time for tea and Skype later in the month, a moment to virtually collide, if not literally. But on Thursday evening, while headed to my gate at PHL, my phone rang. The number was delightful colleague's. "Are you by any chance at PHL?" she asked. "I am." We were flying out from adjacent gates. Which resulted in two women running (literally) into each other at PHL, and we enjoyed twenty wonderful minutes to hug, hang out and catch up on the ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2016/12/collisional-cross-sections.html

2nd SUNDAY OF ADVENT MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - December 4, 2016 ... Jean Daniélou's The Advent of Salvation, originally published simply as Advent in 1950, may be the best $3.00 purchase I've ever made. The out-of-print book is a classic work on the meaning of Advent. Here are a few of Daniélou's thoughts about this wonderful but often overlooked season. Salvation and History: The Old Testament is the story of God's education of mankind, preparing man for the reception of supernatural gifts. God's covenant with ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2016/12/2nd-sunday-of-advent.html

Why Did God Bother? MY WAY GOD'S WAY - December 1, 2016 ... " ( Psalm 8. 4). That is the most basic of questions. It's answer should give meaning and direction to the whole of our lives. So, why did God bother to create us? Why did God bother to save us? After all, He always knew that we would rebel against Him. From all eternity He knew the lengths He would have to go to save His creation from the mess we would make of His plans. He had wanted us His people to have a loving relationship with Him. But after sin had ruined that plan He ...http://mywaygodsway.blogspot.com/2016/12/why-did-god-bother.html

No Good Deed... VIDEO MELIORA, PROBOQUE; DETERIORA SEQUOR - November 29, 2016 ... verbally. (In practice, since our engagement scores soared, we haven't been punished as much.) But verbally we were told that high scores would not obviate the need for constant attention to engagement. There was always room to improve. I thought of that while reading Pope Benedict remark that a Pope must not always be applauded or there is something amiss. He must be martyred, if not physically then in reputation or whatnot. The world, by definition, can't be in sync with the Pope much as we ...http://poncer.blogspot.com/2016/11/no-good-deed.html

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