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What I Wore Palm Sunday CATHOLIC HISTORY NERD - April 14, 2014 ... was fascinating to meet this cheery extrovert in habit and hear some specifics. She mentioned how constant intercessory prayer requires lots of faith, since you don't often see the results of your prayers. Thanks to their full prayer board of intentions, the nuns aren't hiding from the world's problems in the least. We heard how the nuns joke with each other a lot, sometimes get on each other's nerves, and spoil their golden retriever. Each monastery has its ...http://www.catholichistorynerd.com/2014/04/what-i-wore-palm-sunday.html

A News Round Up - March 30th SERVANT AND STEWARD - March 30, 2014 ... trusted . And you thought anti-Catholicism was dead. Young men attending university in North Korea now have a required hair style . A man from the north of Italy spent part of yesterday on the dome of the Basilica of St. Peter protesting Italy's economic situation. This was his fourth time doing so . How does that happen? The Shroud of Turin will be displayed for public veneration between April 19 and June 25, 2015 in Turin. Since the civil war broke out in Syria in 2011, 98 ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/24BIGlBM0Ow/a-news-round-up-march-30th.html

Mercy in the City — An Excerpt CATHOLICMOM.COM - February 26, 2014 ... feel a bit different somehow. Clothes can send a powerful symbol. St. Francis stripped off his own clothes to make a statement, to symbolically shed the life he planned to leave behind. Many women religious and clergy wear habits so that they might distinguish their life choice and be easily identified, so that people might seek them out for guidance or feel safe, as fellow passengers on an airplane. Other nuns and priests dress more like laypeople in an effort to make people ...http://catholicmom.com/2014/02/26/mercy-in-the-city-an-excerpt/

Father George Rutler: On Letting the Light Shine SANCTE PATER - February 15, 2014 ... dwelt in darkness have seen a great light" (Isaiah 9:2). The first thing one learns in painting, after tackling perspective, is that colors seem bright only by contrast, and that principle of chiaroscuro was known well before the likes of Caravaggio and de la Tour. You don't have to spend a winter in Lapland to know that: just spend a few dim days in February, or try selling an apartment without a view. Light and life go together and there are countless "last words" that have to do with light ...http://www.sanctepater.com/2014/02/father-george-rutler-on-letting-light.html

The Touch of Sainthood THE GOSPEL TRUTH - February 12, 2014 ... Catholic Church. Many people just don't understand massage therapists–they think they are a little out there and their actions are suspect…what is she REALLY doing with those naked people? Just like the Magdalene! People saw what she was doing and said, Wow–that's really inappropriate. If Jesus really knew who she was, he wouldn't let her touch him ! Since then many people from Pope Gregory the Great in the 6th century to director Martin Scorsese and writer Dan Brown have ...http://bbprof.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/the-touch-of-sainthood/

I Am the Light of the World, Whoever Follows Me Will Never Walk in Darkness ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - February 8, 2014 ... great light" (Isaiah 9:2). The first thing one learns in painting, after tackling perspective, is that colors seem bright only by contrast, and that principle of chiaroscuro was known well before the likes of Caravaggio and de la Tour. You don't have to spend a winter in Lapland to know that: just spend a few dim days in February, or try selling an apartment without a view. Light and life go together and there are countless "last words" that have to do with light as life ends. As he was dying, ...http://abyssum.org/2014/02/08/i-am-the-light-of-the-world-whoever-follows-me-will-never-walk-in-darkness/

Happy Birthday to Me! POGUE MAHONE BLOG. - January 3, 2014 http://impoguemahone.wordpress.com/2014/01/04/happy-birthday-to-me-2/

7 Quick Takes Friday {Take 25} New Year, New...Catholic Librarian? LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 3, 2014 ... WHATEVER YOU'RE DOING, STOP DOING IT!!" You know how that goes. But this Christmas I took the time to relax a bit and just appreciate the kids for who they are. They are messy, they can be loud, but they bring so much joy, and you have to look at the whole package. I really enjoyed my time with them. -2- In that vein, last night both children were up in bed, and you know what this means. "Honey, do we have any more of that pumpkin vodka?!" Mike and I were downstairs having a great time, ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/01/7-quick-takes-friday-take-25-new-year.html

A Day in the Life of a Little Carmelite Postulant As Experienced and Written by Michele Morris PRINTS OF GRACE - December 28, 2013 ... sisters, too. I haven't fed them , yet.) I also rescued a salamander. Actually I rescued a sister from the salamander. The gardens have a variety of frogs and on multiple occasions I've tried catching them—to no avail. The little kid in me is quite chuffed! Chuffed : Scottish term meaning "pleased." scene vii I crashed into a Crucifix nearly knocking myself out. INTERMISSION LADIES and gentlemen!!! BOYS and girls!! Children of AAAAAALLL Ages!!!! WELCOME to Modern Technology of the 1980s ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2013/12/-a-day-in-life-of-a-little-carmelite-postulant.html