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"Mondays With Mary" – Our Lady of Walsingham TOM PERNA - February 8, 2016 ... pilgrims visiting the holy site, both peasants and nobility. In 1226, King Henry III began visiting the shrine and also became a patron. Nearly every king and queen of England visited the shrine during his or her respective reigns. Queen Isabella of France as well as King Robert the Bruce of Scotland also visited the holy site. All along the roads, chapels were built, the last one being dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria in the fourteenth century, who was the Patroness ...http://tomperna.org/2016/02/08/mondays-with-mary-our-lady-of-walsingham/

St. Brigid of Ireland: Healer and Miracle Worker CATHOLIC FIRE - February 1, 2016 ... patron saint of: babies, children whose parents are not married, dairy workers, midwives, nuns, poets, poultry farmers, printing presses, sailors, scholars, and travelers. Brigid is often called the Mary of the Gael. Around 453 AD, a child was born out of wedlock between Dubhtach and one of his Christian slaves named Brocessa. The slave girl was sent to a cabin at the foot of the Cooley Mountains near Dundalk, Co Louth, to have the child. The baby was a ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/02/st-brigid-of-ireland-healer-and-miracle.html

Mass Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of the Salvatorians in Canada THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - January 31, 2016 ... prompts a mission of mercy to the nations in the founders of religious communities, as it did in the prophetic vocations of Jeremiah and Jesus. This we see in today's other scriptures. Jeremiah's call was a difficult one. He was rejected by his own people, thereby becoming a "prophet to the nations." Still, he learned to trust God's Word before handing it on. Jeremiah and Jesus share some points of comparison. They both faced hostility from those upset by their message. Jeremiah's confidence ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2016/01/mass-celebrating-twenty-five-years-of.html

Saints Titus and Timothy: Enthusiastic Evangelizers for the Lord CATHOLIC FIRE - January 26, 2016 ... Heimann January ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/01/saints-titus-and-timothy-enthusiastic.html

The Reason Why I Don't Always Post What I Want JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - January 25, 2016 http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-reason-why-i-dont-always-post-what.html

The Holy Family: A Triple Threat PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - January 21, 2016 ... Mary, pure and lowly, Virgin mothjer undefiled. Sing of God's own Son most holy, Who became her little child. Fairest child of fairest mother, God the Lord who came to earth; Word made flesh, our very brother, Takes our nature by His birth. Sing of Mary, pure and spotless, Born to bear the Holy Child; Blest was she, to do God's bidding, Blessed, gentle, meek and mild. Blessed, too, was good Saint Joseph, Foster father to the Lord; Let us praise God's Holy Family Who brought ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2006/12/holy-family-triple-threat.html

An Icon of Christian Hope: St Felix of Nola CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - January 14, 2016 An Icon of Christian Hope: St Felix of Nola : Since the day I first cared about patron saints and feast days, I longed to have a saint who shared the calendar with my birthday. Sadly, every Catholic calendar I ever owned would be peppered with wondrous saints in January, like St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, St. John Neumann, St. Agnes, Sts. Timothy and Titus, …http://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2016/01/an-icon-of-christian-hope-st-felix-of.html

St. Angela of Foligno and Mercy ABBEY ROADS - January 6, 2016 ... and orphans' rather than being a busybody. One author suggested her chief sin was just that - being a busybody or 'gossip'. Perhaps. If so she'd be an excellent example for someone like me to imitate - spending so much time online as I do. Did I ever mention I'm embarrassed to admit to anyone that I have a blog? I also try to immediately change the conversation when someone brings it up. I'm ashamed of it - which is why I've subtitled it - 'the last days ...' That said - I always thought ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2016/01/st-angela-of-foligno-and-mercy.html

Dinner With Our Seminarians BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - December 31, 2015 http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2015/12/dinner-with-our-seminarians.html

Adios, 2015 Hodgepodge! LIFE IN A SMALL TOWN - December 30, 2015 ... a book about your life based on the past year, what genre would it fall under? What would the title be? Drama. I have no idea what the title would be. 3. What made you feel patriotic this year? Going to Texas A&M and taking a self-guided tour of campus. That is such an amazing place that honors veterans and traditions like no place I've ever seen. 4. What experience from this past year would you like to do all over again? A Texas A&M Game. OMG, it was just so amazing! I'd do it again ...http://mary-lifeinasmalltown.blogspot.com/2015/12/adios-2015-hodgepodge.html

Why Is Sensitivity Such a Bad Thing? JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - December 28, 2015 http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/12/why-is-sensitivity-such-bad-thing.html

Grad School Decisions JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - December 26, 2015 ... continue. It was going to be too much money for the degree. I had a really terrible 2 months. I loved my courses but my health had been affected. On Christmas eve I had this profound moment of clarity, peace, and confidence regarding both my health and school situation (which were the two intentions of my Christmas novena). I had this moment in which the words "Do you trust Me? Keep going" popped up into my mind when I was chatting about my situation with a lovely friend, and I felt at peace. ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/12/grad-school-decisions.html

Merry Christmas! 8th Blog Anniversary! JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - December 25, 2015 Baby Jesus! Blog anniversary! Joy and happiness! Oh my! Merry Christmas everyone! I hope your day has been filled with lots of love and happiness, surrounded by your loved ones. If you're spending it solo (as I know a few friends are), I hope you get a chance to talk to some of your favorite people in any form of communication you are able to use. It's just mom and I so my phone has been busy today. :D I could write something about the wonderful gift God ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/12/merry-christmas-8th-blog-anniversary.html

Please Help Me Pick the Patron Saint for 2016! JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - December 23, 2015 It's that time of year again, dear readers. Yes, it's time to post the annual patron saint poll. For those you know who are new to this blog: the idea is to help me pick a patron saint for the blog in hopes that they can help me learn something new during the year. So far, whichever saint had won for each year has been incredibly relevant during that particular year. There is a twist to the poll this year: ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/12/please-help-me-pick-patron-saint-for.html

Fears, Tears, and Discerning His Will JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - December 22, 2015 http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/12/fears-tears-and-discerning-his-will.html

This Is Fascinating: The Sufi Mystic Who Spoke About Medjugorje. ABBEY ROADS - December 20, 2015 ... another, no matter our religion, no matter our station in life, or our 'worthiness', in seeking the Kingdom of Heaven. I'm not a Medjugorje devotee, but the essential message seems to me to be played out right now - especially during the pontificate of Pope Francis who calls us to go out to the peripheries - as Our Lady did in her journey to Elizabeth, and her journey to Bethlehem, and her journey to Egypt and back again to Nazareth - until finally, she climbed Golgatha, to accompany her son ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/12/this-is-fascinating-sufi-mystic-who.html

Catholic Diocese 'Respects' Decision to Host Openly Gay Judge As St. Patrick's Parade Grand Marshal SANCTE PATER - December 12, 2015 ... local St. Patrick's Day parade this year after it learned a homosexual activist group would be allowed to march while openly identifying its homosexuality, its principal at the time citing Catholic Church teaching. "Catholics are forbidden to sponsor or even participate in an event which openly promotes unnatural and immoral behavior," Immaculate Heart of Mary School's Brother Thomas Dalton said. "The Church will never accept nor condone same sex marriage and the homosexual lifestyle." Link: ...http://www.sanctepater.com/2015/12/catholic-diocese-respects-decision-to.html

7QT: Mother Mary, Mercy, and Christmas CATHOLIC FIRE - December 11, 2015 1. Saturday is the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe -- - one of my favorite Marian feast days. Our Lady of Guadalupe, patroness of the Americas, brings hope into our lives. She covers us in the folds of her heavenly mantle and cradles us. She is the Mother who tenderly consoles us and protects us from evil. She is the one who carries Divine Life within her and crushed the head of the wicked serpent. She brings us life and love; hope and healing. She ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/12/7qt-mother-mary-mercyand-christmas.html

Host a Sensing the Saints St. Nicholas Learn-And-Playdate (with FREE PRINTABLE Plans!) TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - December 6, 2015 ... outstretched again) Amen. reviewed the names of the months, days of the week, and counting to six for the littles when finding St. Nicholas' feast day on a calendar. Drew attention to the different images of Saint Nicholas on picture book covers from the books which follow and asked children what they might share about St. Nicholas based on their prior knowledge and guesses after viewing the book covers. Saint Nicholas The Gift from Saint ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2015/12/st-nicholas-playdate.html

A Good Work in You SPIRITUAL DEVOTIONAL - December 6, 2015 ... circumstances. I was in battle. I became very serious. I stopped showing emotions. Then, I stopped feeling any emotions. I stopped speaking. I barely slept. I barely ate. People today ask me, 'Why did you stop speaking? Was it an organic response to trauma?' But, no. It was a deliberate decision. I had given up on believing in the capacity of humanity to give Love. I did believe in God, since my parents had taken me to church for awhile. But as a child, I knew nothing much about Him. Except ...http://spiritualdevotional.blogspot.com/2015/12/a-good-work-in-you.html

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