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Priests Battle the Pouring Dark of Loneliness THE BLACK BIRETTA - April 4, 2014 ... overextending yourself to the detriment of your health is not a prudent course for any ordained man. If Father Joe works so hard he has no time for daily prayer, for monthly fraternity, for annual retreat, then he is cheating himself and his people. Just as a general practitioner needs to be in good form to take care of his patients, priests need to be conscientious of their physical, mental and spiritual health and well being. The romantic dream of a priest who works so hard that he collapses ...http://blackbiretta.blogspot.com/2014/04/priests-battle-pouring-dark-of.html
Very Ecumenical Visit for Pope of Rome in Jerusalem BYZANTINE, TEXAS - March 31, 2014 ... preparations for the trip are "continuing as planned." When asked about labour problems in Israel, Fr Lombardi said that he hoped the Vatican authorities would soon be able to resume "formal contacts" with the authorities responsible for the papal visit. According to the official schedule, the pope will leave Rome in the morning on 24 May. After arriving in Jordan, he will be welcomed at a ceremony at the Al-Husseini Royal Palace in Amman, where he will pay a ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2014/03/very-ecumenical-visit-for-pope-of-rome.html
Programme for the Pope's Pilgrimage to the Holy Land VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - March 27, 2014 ... Following the welcome ceremony at Queen Alia International Airport, he will proceed to the al-Husseini Royal Palace in Amman, where he will be received by King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, and will speak before the authorities of the kingdom of Jordan. At 4.00 p.m. Mass will be celebrated at the International Stadium in Amman, and later in the same afternoon he will meet with refugees and young disabled people in the Latin Church. On Sunday, 25 May, the Pope will leave Jordan ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/03/programme-for-popes-pilgrimage-to-holy.html
"You're Infallible. Don't Blow It." MAN WITH BLACK HAT - March 17, 2014 ... entourage by wearing a pectoral cross made only of gilded metal, which he insisted on keeping. Not only did Pius X refuse to grant titles of nobility to members of his family (much to the disappointment of his sisters, who were counting on being, uh, countesses), but refused to dine alone, a custom dating to Pope Urban VIII in the 17th century. The man once known as Guisseppe Sarto would walk through the slums of Rome, giving children candy, and testing them on their catechism. • Pope ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2014/03/youre-infallible-dont-blow-it.html
Just Bring It – On His 77th, Francis' "Action Plan"... And Birthday "Hope" WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - March 13, 2014 ... Francis Xavier, into the company of the saints, short-circuiting the normal canonization process. In his August interview with Antonio Spadaro SJ for Civiltà Cattolica – the complete, six-hour transcript of which will soon be published in English under the title My Door Is Always Open (Bloomsbury) – Francis spoke of Faber as a "model" for himself, both as a Jesuit and now in the governance of the universal church. The Pope said he admired Faber for his ability to "dialogue ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2014/03/just-bring-it-on-his-77th-francis.html
First Year As Pope: Top 10 List to Understand Pope Francis' Pontificate CATHOLIC FIRE - March 12, 2014 ... Mass of his pontificate, he stopped the popemobile and embraced an ill person. It was a moving moment and since then the Pope has repeated the same gesture countless times. Including the embrace of Venicio, at the end of the audience. 5- IMMIGRANTS The plight of refugees and immigrants who are forced to flee their native country is a major concern of Pope Francis. His very first trip, back in July, was to the Italian island of Lampedusa, where thousands of immigrants have died ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/03/first-year-as-pope-top-10-list-to.html
Benedict XVI Not Leading Cloistered Life, Says Vatican Spokesman CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 11, 2014 In retirement, Benedict XVI follows a daily schedule similar to that of any retired bishop or religious: He prays, reads, strolls, talks with people and offers them spiritual advice, the Vatican spokesman has said. Although he "lives in a low-key way, without public attention, that does not mean he's isolated or enclosed in a strict cloister," Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi told Vatican Radio. Marking the one-year anniversary of Benedict XVI's resignation announcement, ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/02/benedict-xvi-not-leading-cloistered.html