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Good Shepherd Sunday PRINTED AS PREACHED - April 16, 2016 ... Resurrection of Jesus from death gives us the assurance of the ultimate victory of humanity, but that is if we should, of course, wish to share in it. The upcoming month of May is traditionally dedicated to our Blessed Mother Mary. One of Mary's titles is "Our Lady of Trust" by which she shows us our proper attitude towards her Son, the Good Shepherd. We remember how the angel greeted her when he announced that she would become pregnant and ...http://printedaspreached.blogspot.com/2016/04/good-shepherd-sunday.html
Is Mother Angelica in Purgatory? ABBEY ROADS - March 29, 2016 ... passage from the Song of Songs, which prefigures the Gospel for today, as Mary searches for the body of Christ ... The angels ask her why she is weeping - then Christ appears to ask her why she is weeping ... "I sought him whom my heart loves - I sought him but did not find him ... I came upon the watchmen as they made their rounds of the city ... 'Have you seen him whom my heart loves?' I hardly left them ... when I found him whom my heart loves ..." And ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2016/03/is-mother-angelica-in-purgatory.html
Seeking Like Mary Magdalene 1 FRANCISCAN WAY - March 27, 2016 Blessed Easter! May the joy of our Risen Lord fill your heart with His joy and peace! Mary Magdalene and her story of encounter with the Risen Lord has often been a favorite meditation of mine. Throughout the time of our Lord's Passion, Mary's deep love for Our Lord compels her to walk with Him experiencing His Passion and Death. Her grief was so deep because she loved much. She knew Jesus, she knew Love. Mary Magdalene walks with Our Lady, ...http://1franciscanway.blogspot.com/2016/03/seeking-like-mary-magdalene.html
St. Gregory of Narek – The Armenian Mystic TOM PERNA - February 27, 2016 ... Narek was born around the year 950 A.D. into an ecclesiastical family of scholars. Khosrov, an archbishop, was his father. At the death of his mother, his cousin, Anania of Narek, who also founded the monastery and the school in Narek, educated him. At a very young age, St. Gregory entered the monastery, which was located on the southeast shore of Lake Van in Vaspurakan in Greater Armenia (now Turkey). He nearly lived his entire life in the monastery. The monastery was ...http://tomperna.org/2016/02/27/st-gregory-of-narek-the-armenian-mystic/