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Russian Orthodox Patriarch Praises Castro's Legacy CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 1, 2016 ... Patriarch Kirill said, recalling that Fidel Castro had allowed the opening of a Russian Orthodox parish in Havana. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Disclaimer No responsibility or liability shall attach itself to either myself or to the blogspot 'Clerical Whispers' for any or all of the articles placed here. The placing of an article hereupon does not necessarily imply that I agree or accept the contents of the article as being necessarily factual in ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/russian-orthodox-patriarch-praises.html

For the Beauty of the Earth SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - November 17, 2016 http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2016/11/for-beauty-of-earth.html

Regathering Fruits of Lectio THE CLOISTERED HEART - November 16, 2016 ... myself drawn to one word or phrase that then becomes my prayer for one day or more. A long as I feel moved to pray it, I do that. Often the need for that prayer is made known, sometimes not. But it is a kind of way of 'praying without ceasing.'" "The prayer weaves in and out of my days." "Your suggestion of writing down or journaling what we hear in Scripture on a given day is an excellent one. Our techy gadgets can keep us grounded in Scripture too. Yesterday as I was praying one of the ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/11/regathering-fruits-of-lectio.html

There Is No Heaven on Earth DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - November 12, 2016 http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2016/11/there-is-no-heaven-on-earth.html

Reflection: John 2:13-22 THE DOME BLOG - November 9, 2016 The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica, Feast - John 2:13-22 The opening scene of this passage is Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem. It was almost time for Passover and Jesus wanted to be in Jerusalem during that time. When he arrived, he immediately went to the temple to worship. Though Jesus was expecting a quiet, prayerful atmosphere, when he arrived he found the temple filled with animals as well as the money changers. Jesus was enraged! The temple was a holy and sacred place ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/11/reflection-john-213-22.html

Prayers for the Week of November 6 PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - November 3, 2016 1. For opening prayers, I have some Orthodox prayers listed on the October 13 th article. Or, you may wish to begin with a phrase from the Liturgy of the Hours: "Lord, open my lips, and my mouth will proclaim your praise." Then pause a few moments to collect yourself. Sit in silence and listen. 2. Old Testament or New Testament Canticle followed by the Glory Be. 3. Psalms (typically two for morning prayer, one shorter one in the evening). ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2016/11/prayers-for-week-of-november-6.html

What We Celebrate on All Saints Day (11/1) A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - October 31, 2016 Communion of Saints by Ira Thomas . (Click for larger view) These prayers (from an older litur gical book ) can help us better understand tomorrow's Solemnity of All Saints and what we believe about the communion of saints. Opening Prayer for All Saints Day Father, all-powerful and ever-living God, today we rejoice in the holy men and women of every time and place. May their prayers bring us your forgiveness and love. ...the work of your ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/10/what-we-celebrate-on-all-saints-day-111.html

Prayers for the Week of October 23 PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - October 21, 2016 Here is my format: 1. Opening Prayer the Trisagion, and other Orthodox prayers, especially any prayers of repentance and the Creed during morning prayer. 2. Old Testament or New Testament Canticle followed by the Glory Be. 3. Psalms (typically two for morning prayer, one shorter one in the evening). Pray the Glory Be following each Psalm. 4. A short Bible reading. I keep a list of about 200 favorite verses. Give a little pause after the ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2016/10/here-is-my-format-1.html

Prayers for the Week of October 16 Through October 22 PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - October 16, 2016 Here is my format: 1. Opening Prayer the Trisagion, and other Orthodox prayers, especially any prayers of repentance and the Creed during morning prayer. 2. Old Testament or New Testament Canticle followed by the Glory Be. 3. Psalms (typically two for morning prayer, one shorter one in the evening). Pray the Glory Be following each Psalm. 4. A short Bible reading. I keep a list of about 200 favorite verses. Give a little pause after the ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2016/10/prayers-for-week-of-october-16-through.html

May the Eyes of Your Hearts Be Enlightened YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - October 15, 2016 ... Gospel is that we learn of the one sin from which there is no forgiveness. Action Like Teresa's time, ours is a time of turmoil, a time of reform, and a time of liberation. Modern men and women have in Teresa a challenging example. Promoters of renewal, promoters of prayer, all have in Teresa a woman to reckon with, one whom they can admire and imitate. A recent issue of the Just Faith ( www.justfaith.org ) newsletter postulated the same: For some time now, it has been clear to people of faith ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/10/may-eyes-of-your-hearts-be-enlightened.html

Praying the Psalms PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - October 13, 2016 ... Opening Prayer the Trisagion, and other Orthodox prayers, especially any prayers of repentance and the Creed during morning prayer. 2. Old Testament or New Testament Canticle followed by the Glory Be. 3. Psalms (typically two for morning prayer, one shorter one in the evening). Pray the Glory Be following each Psalm. 4. A short Bible reading. I keep a list of about 200 favorite verses. Give a little pause after the verse. You could substitute ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2016/10/praying-psalms.html

Mass of Thanksgiving and Farewell for Sisters of Saint Louis in Kiltimagh CLERICAL WHISPERS - October 11, 2016 ... about improving the lot of the people. Within two years of his arrival, this magnificent Church was built and consecrated. By the time he convinced the Sisters of St Louis in Monaghan to come here in 1897 and provide education for girls, Fr Denis had been instrumental in establishing six primary schools in the parish, bringing the railway to Kiltimagh, in forcing landlords to lower rents. He was a steadfast in his support of Michael Davitt and the Land League, for the sake of the impoverished ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/10/mass-of-thanksgiving-and-farewell-for.html

St. Bruno, Founder of the Carthusians and Patron Against Diabolic Possession CATHOLIC FIRE - October 6, 2016 ... Calabria, in the south of Italy. There he died on October 6, 1101. Commentaries on the Psalms and the Epistles of Paul are attributed to him. St. Bruno was never formally beatified or canonized. However, he became both when Pope Clement X extended his feast to the universal Church in 1674. The Order founded by Bruno -- the Carthusians -- is one of the strictest in the Church. Carthusians follow the Rule of St. Benedict, but accord it a most austere interpretation; there is perpetual silence ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/10/st-bruno-founder-of-carthusians-and.html

Reflections on the Sacred Heart IVY ROSARY - September 16, 2016 ... much evil there is in the world, and let himself suffer in order to make atonement for that evil. Without that atonement, God the Father would continue to be angry with the human race. As I continued my with the psalms, the tone changed. The psalms reflect the attitude that we are in trouble, and we depend on God to help us. Jesus prayed those psalms. Tradition said that King David was the author of all of the psalms, so there was a Latin saying " In David, Christus ." "When you pray the ...http://ivyrosary.blogspot.com/2016/09/reflections-on-sacred-heart.html

Entitled CONFESSIONS OF A CATHOLIC MUTT - September 11, 2016 ... you work through the hard stuff: because if you do it right, it all works out in the end. The thing is, it isn't so. Sometimes it does work out, but heartbreak of one sort may give way to heartbreak of another sort. Sometimes you do it all right, and you check all the boxes, and it still doesn't work and it still won't happen. Sometimes it doesn't work out because you are intent about doing things a certain way (think trying to date in a hook up culture when you don't hook up, or trying to get ...http://catholicmutt.blogspot.com/2016/09/entitled.html

Three Ways to Make Confession Easier FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - September 11, 2016 ... uncomfortable for the penitent AND THE PRIEST! If you confess a serious sexual sin like adultery but don't tell the priest how often you committed it, he will probably ask you that question—even though it makes him very uncomfortable doing so (at least it always makes me uncomfortable!). If that ever happens to you, please understand something: It's not that Father wants all the sordid details! It's not that he's prying into your affairs (pardon the pun!). He just wants to help you to ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2016/09/three-ways-to-make-confession-easier.html

Monday Musings - Our Priests Need and Deserve Our Support! HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - August 22, 2016 ... use it ! After thanking the sponsors of the Holy Hour this is what Kathy Kreinheder had to say: "It is good that we are here. It is good because our priests need us - just as we need them. St. John Vianney- whose feast we celebrate today- said, "Without the priests the death and passion of our Lord would be of no use. It is the priest who continues the work of redemption on earth." It is no surprise then that one saint after another has declared that the devil's principal target on earth is ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/08/monday-musings-our-priests-need-and.html