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A Time for Speeches CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - May 17, 2017 ... that we are deeply indebted to those who have gone before us. We are partly who our parents are, who are partly who their parents are, as each generation passes its legacy to the next generation. But what a joy, what a privilege it is, to be on both the giving and receiving end of this! My wife and I are new grandparents. Our two oldest children each have a daughter—one 20 months, and the other 16 months—and for the first time, we feel the power of the psalmist's ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2017/05/a-time-for-speeches.html

Lack of Charity: A Sign of Weak Faith THE CATHOLIC FAITHFUL - April 24, 2017 ... the love of God --- (in) the fulfillment of the 10 Commandments. People forget these because they become spiritually slothful, and want to throw off the cross. They want a faux "Christ" that did not suffer and die on the Cross. They want to believe that they have "arrived" in sanctity, and that they are definitely on their way to Heaven. Hope is one thing, but presumption is NOT hope. Presumption is sin and a lack of gratitude and contrition for past sins, and amendment for any attachments to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheCatholicFaithful/~3/gGgEf1HrWZs/malice-sign-of-no-faith.html

Meet the Creole Nun Who Risked Her Life to Teach Slaves CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 16, 2017 Venerable Henriette DeLille, born a "free woman of color" before the Civil War, had all the makings of a life of relative ease before her. Born in 1812 to a wealthy French father and a free Creole woman of Spanish, French and African descent, Henriette was groomed throughout her childhood to become a part of what was then known as the placage system. Under the placage system, free women of color (term used at the time for people of full or partial ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/meet-creole-nun-who-risked-her-life-to.html