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Oil That Heals IN GOD'S COMPANY 2 - April 15, 2014 ... and I were out in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean on a cruise to South America," wrote Jane Griffin of the St. Louis area. "I had picked up a bug onboard and it had turned into a very bad upper respiratory infection. There was no doctor onboard with antibiotics and I was having a lot of pain just breathing. I had to lay in bed just a certain way in order to sleep. I decided to go to the Saturday Vigil Mass on board, and at the end of Mass, the priest announced that if any aboard were old or ...http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2014/04/oil-that-heals.html

The New Embodiment of the Vicar of Christ. Saint Benedict Showed Us a Way for Life, Whether Active or Passive, Is Comple ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - April 7, 2014 ... in "L'Osservatore Romano" of February 28, the first anniversary of the resignation: "The resignation of Benedict XVI fuses the traditional with the contemporary in a completely new perspective, which has its roots in medieval mysticism, from Meister Eckhart to Sandaeus to the Franciscan model of renunciation. "Kantorowicz's felicitous and now classic intuition of the twofold, double nature of the person of the supreme pontiff, man and vicar of Christ, is now being enriched, through the ...http://abyssum.org/2014/04/07/the-new-embodiment-of-the-vicar-of-christ-saint-benedict-showed-us-a-way-for-life-whether-active-or-passive-is-completely-given-over-to-the-work-of-god/

The One Thing That Can Conquer God TEN THOUSAND PLACES - April 1, 2014 In the past prayer was able to bring down punishment, rout armies, withhold the blessing of rain. Now, however, the prayer of the just turns aside the whole anger of God, keeps vigil for its enemies, pleads for persecutors. Is it any wonder that it can call down water from heaven when it could obtain fire from heaven as well? Prayer is the one thing that can conquer God. But Christ has willed that it should work no evil, and has given it ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-one-thing-that-can-conquer-god.html

The Theology of the Offertory - Part 4: An Ecumenical Problem NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 28, 2014 ... despota", which literally means "Crucify, lord." The rubrics of the Hieratikon make it very clear that this means that he lays the pieces down in such a way that the incisions between them make the shape of a Cross. Nevertheless, this is the same word which in the Gospels the crowds shout to Pontius Pilate, "Crucify Him!" The rubric here also describes this action with the verb "thuei – he sacrifices (or 'offers')"; as he does this, he says "When Thou wast crucified, Christ, the tyranny ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Exzfvf6KCWU/the-theology-of-offertory-part-4.html

ACN News -ACN to Open Offices in Mexico and South Korea A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - March 12, 2014 ... dedicated to encouraging prayer for suffering Christians, raising awareness of their plight and collecting donations in support of the charity's mostly pastoral projects around the world. The charity is also strengthening its connections with benefactors in Malta by staging a conference there on religious freedom. Commenting on the new offices planned for Mexico and South Korea, Baron Johannes Heereman, the Executive President of ACN, stated, "Further countries can contribute ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2014/03/acn-news-acn-to-open-offices-in-mexico.html

Cum Ipso Sum in Tribulatione VULTUS CHRISTI - March 9, 2014 ... thou mayst call, thy own God, in whom is all thy trust" (Psalm 90:1-2). Christ Praying in Us Today's Holy Mass places Psalm 90 in the mouth of Christ. Psalm 90 is the prayer by which Our Lord exorcises the desert, cleanses it, and sanctifies it. The liturgy places the same psalm in our mouths. We repeat it; we pray it; we sing it; we allow it to inhabit us. Held in the heart, Psalm 90 becomes Christ's own prayer for us, and with us, and in us, to the Father. ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/03/cum-ipso-sum-in-tribulatione/

What? Me Worry? (Sunday 8.A) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - March 2, 2014 The opening lines of today's Gospel made me ask myself whether my parishioners would like to hear a homily about their attitudes to money from someone who has a recession-proof job, no kids, and who lives in a house that someone else owns. I didn't think so. Anyway, money is not the whole story here. Certainly money can be a spiritual problem—St. Paul tells Timothy that "the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil" and that "in the eagerness to be rich some ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2014/03/what-me-worry-sunday-8a.html

7 Quick Takes — What a Week! Edition FAMILY IN FEAST AND FERIA - February 28, 2014 ... prayer cards. I really enjoy the work and as I wrote last week it is a wonderful contemplative work . After I completed, my boys both wanted to work, too. The silence and joy was almost tangible. 6) I ordered a few inks and nibs this week and had so much fun using the different materials. I have mainly used fountain pens , so this was an adventure in color and dip pens. Unfortunately I need more supplies. My 10 year old gouache is all dried up, and reconstituting was ...http://familyfeastandferia.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/7-quick-takes-what-a-week-edition/

So How Do I Do This? Or Bungling Through the Breviary COFFEE AND CANTICLES - February 12, 2014 ... obstacle to adding the Liturgy of the Hours (Divine Office) to one's prayer life is not finding the time to say it so much as finding the time to learn how to say it. Breviaries seem to be designed for people in seminaries and religious communities who learn the Hours largely by watching and imitating those who are experienced. I mean, is it likely that any new seminarian has to look up the "Ordinary" pages ( buried between solemnity propers and the psalter) ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/3gwVethuELI/so-how-do-i-do-this-or-bungling-through.html

"Little Sisters With Big Hearts" (by Chris Crawford) GW CATHOLIC Q & A - February 12, 2014 ... "And the rest is history!" she said with a laugh. Sister Mary Bernard also followed her vocational path to the Little Sisters. During her early years attending Catholic school, she believed that she was called to the religious life but did not want to teach. In eighth grade, she visited the Little Sisters of the Poor in Cleveland. She fell in love with the work and spent "every free moment" volunteering. After graduating from high school in 1958, her parents gave her permission to join the ...http://gwcatholicforum.blogspot.com/2014/02/little-sisters-with-big-hearts.html

Mother Yvonne-Aimée De Jésus VULTUS CHRISTI - February 3, 2014 http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/02/mother-yvonne-aimee-de-jesus/

Pornography: Answering for Your Time Online CATHOLICMOM.COM - January 31, 2014 ... Fradd/Assad interview, spending time with the teens (and adults) discussing this subject, and thinking about my friends or acquaintances struggling with the lure and lie of pornography – it was clear people needed to be made more aware of the issue and be given resources to help them avoid or heal from it. The greatest weapons come from our Catholic faith such as prayer and participation in the Sacraments, especially Reconciliation. But there are strategies used with ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Catholicmomcom/~3/t9vDYj3PIxQ/

Abortion Supporters Rely on 'Subterfuges,' Cardinal O'Malley Says CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 25, 2014 ... office," said Cardinal O'Malley, chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities. "The king was quite deceived and paraded through the street of his capital to receive the ovations of his people. The crowds lined the streets and applauded when the king passed by. The crowd shouted compliments and congratulated the king on his magnificent clothing. Suddenly a little child shouted, 'But he has nothing on at all,'" Cardinal O'Malley said. "'The king's new clothes' ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/01/abortion-supporters-rely-on-subterfuges.html

Letter to Our Oblates: Still More on Lectio Divina VULTUS CHRISTI - January 16, 2014 ... often, repeats a fragment of the Gospel of the day. It is profitable also, to linger over the antiphons, psalms, lessons, responsories, and versicles of the Divine Office. These are the things that constitute the object (or the matter) of one's lectio divina . There are also moments in life, notably during a retreat or on the occasion of a special anniversary, when one may want to read a particular book of the Bible continuously from start to finish. This too must be done with ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/01/letter-to-our-oblates-still-more-on-lectio-divina/

The Cost of Sainthood: Cardinal Announces Plan to Contain Fees CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 15, 2014 ... from the initial investigation on a diocesan level to a canonization Mass in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. "The costs are relatively low compared to what similar services would cost in the real world," Father Lindeijer said. For example, obtaining a decree of the process' validity -- issued after the congregation has studied all the paperwork and made sure everything was done properly -- costs 150 euros, he said, "which is nothing, considering the amount of work involved." The cause also ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-cost-of-sainthood-cardinal.html

Letter to Our Oblates: Lectio Divina Revisited VULTUS CHRISTI - January 14, 2014 ... and back into it. The Catholic or Orthodox Christian can never, even when reading the Scriptures in solitude, remove the Bible from its native context, which is the sacred liturgy. Only in the radiance of the sacred liturgy — and in relationship to the altar, towards which the proclamation of the Word God orients us, — can one read and hear the Scriptures as the Holy Ghost, who inspired them, intends. Liturgical and Personal Lectio Divina How, then, are we to understand and ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/01/letter-to-our-oblates-lectio-divina-revisited/

Pope to Give Thanks for Graces of 2013 G-MANS JOURNEY - December 31, 2013 ... Pope Francis will preside at a celebration of Vespers (Evening prayer of the Church) that will include the singing of the Te Deum prayer. The Te Deum, also sometimes called the Ambrosian Hymn because of its association with St. Ambrose, is a traditional hymn of joy and thanksgiving. First attributed to Sts. Ambrose, Augustine, or Hilary, it is now accredited to Nicetas, Bishop of Remesiana; (4th century). It is used at the conclusion of the ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2013/12/pope-to-give-thanks-for-graces-of-2013.html

The Pope to the Roman Curia: Professionalism, Service and Holiness in Life VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - December 23, 2013 ... office, and rightly so, not least to devote ourselves a little more to prayer and the care of souls, starting with our own!" he remarked. So a very special and heartfelt 'thank you' goes to those of you who have worked here for so many years with immense dedication, hidden from the eyes of the world. ... I have such high regard for these 'Monsignori' who are cut from the same mould as the curiales of olden times, exemplary persons … We need them today, ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2013/12/the-pope-to-roman-curia-professionalism.html

Pope's Christmas Greetings to Roman Curia COMMUNIO - December 21, 2013 ... I want to say to these brothers of ours that they offer a very important witness in the Church's journey through history . They are also an example, and their example and their witness make me think of two hallmarks of the curial official, and even more of curial superiors, which I would like to emphasize: professionalism and service. Professionalism , by which I mean competence, study, keeping abreast of things… This is a basic requisite for working in the Curia. Naturally, ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2013/12/popes-christmas-greetings-to-roman-curia/

Francis' Christmas Greetings to Curia Emphasizes Professionalism, Service, Holiness INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - December 21, 2013 ... develop and to be acquired, there has to be a good foundation from the outset. The second hallmark is service: service to the Pope and to the bishops, to the universal Church and to the particular Churches. In the Roman Curia, one learns – in a real way, "one breathes in" – this twofold aspect of the Church, this interplay of the universal and the particular. I think that this is one of the finest experiences of those who live and work in Rome: "to sense" the Church in this way. ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2013/12/francis-christmas-greetings-to-curia-emphasizes-professionalism-service-holiness.html

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