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Novena to St. Blaise Begins Today CATHOLIC FIRE - January 26, 2015 The feast of St. Blaise is February 4. He is one of fourteen holy helpers and is the patron of: physicians, sick cattle, and wild animals because of his care for them. He is invoked against afflictions of the throat and against numerous other physical ailments, which include: angina, bladder diseases, blisters, coughs, dermatitis, dropsy, eczema, edema, fever, goiters, headaches, impetigo, respiratory diseases, skin diseases, snake bites, stomach pain, teething ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/01/novena-to-st-blaise-begins-today.html

Pope's Message for 49th World Communications Day VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - January 23, 2015 ... message for the 49th annual World Communications Day was published today, the vigil of the feast day of St. Francis de Sales, patron saint of journalists. The Day will be celebrated on Sunday 17 May 2015, and this year's theme is "Communicating the family: a privileged place of encounter with the gift of love". The message was published in English, French ,German, Portuguese and Spanish. The full text of the message is reproduced below: "The family is a ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/01/popes-message-for-49th-world.html

Sunday Word, 18 Jan 15 TO FIND FRUIT - January 18, 2015 ... new and honest ways to see Jesus as well as ourselves now and beyond. In your daily 15 minutes with Jesus this week Rest in the love of our triune God. Ask Samuel, Andrew , the Baptist or your patron saint to present you to Jesus. Chat with him: praise Jesus for proclaiming the gospel for you; thank Jesus for your life and for the vocation-mission Jesus has given you. Or, if you are discerning a vocation, thank Jesus for your life and ask Jesus to enlighten ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2015/01/sunday-word-18-jan-15.html

Traditional Liturgy in Its Post-Vatican II Form - IIi: Eucharistic Prayer IIi MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - January 8, 2015 ... pauses, at the middle and the end of this paragraph, allow the detailed mention of the living and the dead for whom we wish especially to intercede. The same concluding doxology as in the Roman Canon ends this prayer: Through him, and with him, O God, almighty Father, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory and honour is yours, for ever and ever. next: TRADITIONAL LITURGY IN ITS POST-VATICAN II FORM - EUCHARISTIC PRAYER IV After the next post on Eucharistic Prayer IV, there will be one on ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/01/traditional-liturgy-in-its-post-vatican_8.html

Sunday Word, 14 Dec 14 TO FIND FRUIT - December 14, 2014 http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2014/12/sunday-word-14-dec-14.html

"Suplico a Guadalupe – La Señora Mia, Mi Jovencita, Mi Pequeña – Acompañar Y Proteger Nuestro WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - December 12, 2014 ... celebration. Today, with gratitude and joy, the peoples and nations of our great Latin American homeland commemorate the feast of their "patron", Our Lady of Guadalupe, whose devotion extends from Alaska to Patagonia. With the Archangel Gabriel and Saint Isabella, we begin our filial prayer: "Hail Mary, full of Grace, the Lord is with you." (Luke 1:28). On this feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, we gratefully remember her visitation to us and her maternal ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2014/12/suplico-guadalupe-la-senora-mia-mi.html

Sunday Word, 07 Dec 14 TO FIND FRUIT - December 7, 2014 ... The verb acknowledged in the gospel sentence, People of the whole Judean countryside and all the inhabitants of Jerusalem…acknowledged their sins , is no quick glance; they agreed fully— acknowledged —their lives did not align with God's heart. Then they accepted God's loving kindness and let it wash over them. From of old God offered God's loving kindness in a container of comfort : comfort my people…speak tenderly , act according to my care . Prophet Isaiah conveyed ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2014/12/sunday-word-07-dec-14.html

Full Text: Cardinal Collins' Address, All Party Interfaith National Breakfast, Ottawa ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO BLOG - December 3, 2014 ... life that we really control, and that what we do control is usually not worth controlling. Humility tames the ego, and so gives us the resilience to face both triumph and disaster with serenity. In our pride we are brittle, and self-referential. Humility makes each of us a more magnanimous person; when we are all wrapped up in ourselves, we make a very small package, and one that falls apart in times of crisis. Different religious traditions have various ways of helping people to become ...http://archdioceseoftoronto.blogspot.com/2014/12/full-text-cardinal-collins-address-all.html

Sunday Snippets: A Catholic Carnival CATHOLIC FIRE - November 16, 2014 ... Why I love Fall St. Lawrence O'Toole: Pious Peacemaker Novena to St. Cecilia starts today Pilgrimage to celebrate the 500th anniversary of St. Teresa of Avila's birth unveiled American Bishops publish a new online version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church St. Francis Xavier Cabrini: Heroine of Charity Papal Quote of the Day: Persecuted Christians and Religious Freedom St. Josaphat: First Saint of the Eastern Church to be canonized by Rome St. Martin of Tours: A Soldier ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/11/sunday-snippets-catholic-carnival.html

The Call for Dying Well and a Happy Death Lies Deep Within Each of Us. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - October 26, 2014 ... gave him the ability to surrender everything back to the Father in love and humility. In that grace-filled act, Jesus handed over his death for the salvation of the world. One spiritual writer describes it so well when he said that one of the things that makes Christ's death is so special and saving is that he didn't carry the cross and then send them the bill. A happy death is thus marked by what we do not do, rather than what we do. Suffering is part of the package of life that we have been ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-call-for-dying-well-and-happy-death.html

Saint of the Day: Luke DA MIHI ANIMAS - October 18, 2014 ... him into Macedonia where they traveled first to Samothrace, Neapolis, and finally Philippi. Luke then switches back to the third person which seems to indicate he was not thrown into prison with Paul and that when Paul left Philippi Luke stayed behind to encourage the Church there. Seven years passed before Paul returned to the area on his third missionary journey. In Acts 20:5, the switch to "we" tells us that Luke has left Philippi to rejoin Paul in Troas in 58 where they first met up. They ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/10/saint-of-day-luke.html

Who Was St. Bruno -- The Patron Against Diabolic Possession? CATHOLIC FIRE - October 6, 2014 ... of the French Alps. There they built a hermitage, consisting of a few log cabins opening towards a gallery which allowed them access to the communal areas of the community -- church, refectory, and chapter room -- without having to suffer too much from intemperate conditions. After six years of a pleasant solitary life, Bruno was called by Pope Urban II to the service of the Holy See. As a personal advisor to the Pope (a former student), Bruno felt uncomfortable in the Pontifical Court. He ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/10/who-was-st-bruno-patron-against.html