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A Tale of Two Gardens ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - January 16, 2015 ... faced with new obstacles. You must sit idle and focus – kind of like when you binge watch Netflix, only not. What's more? You are expected to meditate, not only upon the words of the various prayers, but upon the Mysteries of the Rosary depicting key events in Christ's life. Needless to say, the Rosary is not for the faint of heart. But athletes practice, performers rehearse, and soldiers complete drills for one purpose…perfection. Only through ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2015/01/a-tale-of-two-gardens.html
A Month of Thanksgiving—29 (Last but Not Least) MORE THAN ENOUGH - November 30, 2014 ... first Sunday of Advent 230. All the hope, excitement and potential that Advent brings 231. Opening my Advent devotionals (Even though both start Dec. 1, I couldn't wait! I am OK with re-reading the messages again tomorrow.) 232. Later-morning Mass on the first Sunday of Advent 233. The privilege to proclaim God's Word as a lector 234. Singing the Lord Have Mercy in Greek and the Lamb of God in Latin 235. Sitting close to good friends at Mass 236. Visiting with friends after ...http://morethanenough7.blogspot.com/2014/11/a-month-of-thanksgiving29-last-but-not.html
More About Lectio Divina VULTUS CHRISTI - November 12, 2014 ... Meditation — a document that deserves to be better known— makes this clear: Christian prayer is always determined by the structure of the Christian faith, in which the very truth of God and creature shines forth. For this reason, it is defined, properly speaking, as a personal, intimate and profound dialogue between man and God. It expresses therefore the communion of redeemed creatures with the intimate life of the Persons of the Trinity. This communion, based on Baptism and the ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/more-about-lectio-divina/
Rest: In Peace NUNBLOG - October 29, 2014 ... there was no opening for a new girl, Mom told me to "ask Uncle Burke to find you a friend." (Sure enough.) So maybe that was it. Having a day solemnly set apart to honor and pray for people like Uncle Burke is also a lovely reminder of the vast network of relationships that we are in. When I was going through a particularly difficult spot not all that long ago, I felt real solidarity with the Holy Souls. There was nothing I could do to remedy my situation, but ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2014/10/rest-in-peace.html
Don't Socialize With Others in Church; Socialize With God TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - October 12, 2014 ... casual visitor who comes, leaving them with the mistaken impression that people there are anti-social, unfriendly, and downright cold. I somewhat felt that when I got there in 2005, but something inside peacefully nudged me to suspend judgment and just observe for a time. I'm glad I did because God taught me something: When in God's house, give Him an ear. People coming to any weekday or weekend Mass at Assumption Grotto can come an hour early and right up until Mass starts, might hear a ...http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2014/10/dont-socialize-with-others-in-church.html
Who Was St. Bruno -- The Patron Against Diabolic Possession? CATHOLIC FIRE - October 6, 2014 Today we celebrate the feast of St. St. Bruno, the founder of the Carthusian order. He was born at Cologne, Germany around 1030. He studied at the school of the Cathedral of Rheims (France) at an early age. He became Canon of the Cathedral and was made the Rector of the University in 1056. Bruno was one of the most remarkable scholars and teacher of his time: "...a prudent man whose word was rich in meaning." Following an attempt at a solitary life of short duration, he ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/10/who-was-st-bruno-patron-against.html
"To Propose the Family With Credibility... And Creativity" – On Synod Eve, the Pope Calls for "Pentecost" WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - October 4, 2014 ... and make it grow, good wine which anticipates in the days of man the feast without end. It is also the most weighty hour for he who finds himself face to face with his own loneliness, in the bitter twilight of broken dreams and plans: how many people trudge through the day in the blind alley of resignation, abandonment, even resentment: in how many homes was the wine of joy less plenty, therefore, the zest – and the wisdom – of life. For one another we make our prayer heard. It is ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2014/10/to-propose-family-with-credibility-and.html