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Learning About Venerable Matt Talbot in Utah  VENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - April 22, 2014 ... Matt Talbot is not well known outside of Ireland, but Talbot will likely be canonized in the not-too-distant future and become the patron saint of alcoholics. He was declared Venerable by Pope Paul VI in 1975. Matt Talbot was born in humble circumstances in Dublin in May 1856. At that time, Ireland was recovering from the devastating famine of the mid-1840s. This was an era of grinding poverty and appalling living conditions, especially in the larger cities. ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2014/04/learning-about-venerable-matt-talbot-in.html

Soul Sister: St. Therese of Lisieux.wmv ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - April 5, 2014 Soul Sister: St. Therese of Lisieux.wmv This video contains rarely seen Art done by the sister of Saint Therese of Lisieux,Celine Martin. The Art depicts Saint Therese and other family members.This also contains some photographs taken by Celine. Also, in this video are scenes of the Carmel of Lisieux in France.This is where Saint Therese resided as a Carmelite nun.The crown of roses depicted in this video were worn by the ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2014/04/soul-sister-st-therese-of-lisieuxwmv.html

Saint Isidore of Seville – Schoolmaster of the Middle Ages TOM PERNA™ - April 4, 2014 ... from a Roman background and was associated with the Visigothic kings. Saint Isidore's siblings are all saints. Two of his brothers, St. Leander and St. Fulgentius were bishops and his sister, St. Florentina, was an abbess of many convents. For his education, St. Isidore was entrusted to his much older brother, Leander. Although his brother was a taskmaster when it came to learning, it proved to be a very successful combination since St. Isidore received a great education, was ...http://tomperna.org/2014/04/04/saint-isidore-of-seville-schoolmaster-of-the-middle-ages/

A Diary by Any Other Name VIDEO MELIORA, PROBOQUE; DETERIORA SEQUOR - March 27, 2014 So yesterday was the long anticipated day: the "magic" pile of found money in my amazon.com account as part of the ebook settlement. Unfortunately the euphoria of finding the email awarding me money for books was somewhat undermined by the small sum: $27.39. Somehow I'd anticipated over $100, and many of my fellow Kindlers did find amounts of $100, $180, even (supposedly!) $587. (That dude spends way too much on books or is a good liar.) I think part of it ...http://poncer.blogspot.com/2014/03/a-diary-by-any-other-name.html

Saint Talk:St. Patrick, Bishop and Apostle of Ireland JOE CATHOLIC - March 17, 2014 ... barbers and engineers. He is also the patron of several dioceses including Joe Catholic's home diocese of Ft. Worth . Pictorial Lives of Saints IF the virtue of children reflects an honor on their parents, much more justly is the name of St. Patrick rendered illustrious by the innumerable lights of sanctity with which the Church of Ireland shone during many ages, and by the colonies, of Saints with which it peopled many foreign countries; for, under God, its inhabitants ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/03/saint-talk-st-patrick-bishop-and.html

Final Sights on My German Pilgrimage BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - March 15, 2014 ... chaste. All this became public fodder when members of his family maneuvered to have him declared unfit to reign; in the process, they gained access to his correspondence and diaries. The effort was successful; and only a day after he was shunted aside, he died under very dodgy circumstances, at the age of 40 -- having lived in his dream castle for only a short time. And his great friend, Wagner, who he hoped would visit him there? He died before Ludwig ever moved in. Anyway, let's have a look ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/03/final-sights-on-my-german-pilgrimage.html

Saint Boniface, Saint Henry and Saint Cunigunde BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - March 9, 2014 Now that my pictures from yesterday have uploaded, I can share with you the pictures from the cathedral in Fulda, where Saint Boniface is buried. Then I'll tell you about this morning's visit to Bamberg Cathedral, and the tomb of the Emperor Henry and Empress Cunigunde. By the way, for those who may be interested -- my travels have involved a fair amount of driving across the southern half of Germany. I began in Frankfurt (at the airport), in Hesse; then Koblenz, in ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/03/saint-boniface-saint-henry-and-cunegunde.html

St. John of God ATONEMENTONLINE - March 7, 2014 ... safety jumped in after him. He failed to save the boy and caught pneumonia. He died on March 8, his fifty-fifth birthday, of the same impulsive love that had guided his whole life. John of God is patron saint of booksellers, printers, heart patients, hospitals, nurses, the sick, and firefighters and is considered the founder of the Brothers Hospitallers. O God, by whose grace thy servant St. John of God, enkindled with the fire of thy love, became a burning ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/03/st-john-of-god.html

Saturday, 8 Mar – Empathize to Evangelize OXYGEN - March 7, 2014 8 Mar – Saturday after Ash Wednesday, Memorial of Saint John of God Juan grew up working as a shepherd in the Castile region of Spain. He led a wild and misspent youth, and travelled over much of Europe and north Africa as a soldier in the army of Charles V, and as a mercenary. Fought through a brief period of insanity. Peddled religious books and pictures in Gibraltar, though without any religious conviction himself. In his 40?s he received a vision of the Infant ...http://thecatholicwriter.com/oxygen/2014/03/saturday-8-mar-empathize-to-evangelize/

The Evangelical and Pastoral Heart of Francis De Sales SHAMELESS POPERY - February 26, 2014 ... role in returning tens of thousands of Calvinists to the Catholic Church. You'll often find a Saint who was accomplished as a theologian, or as a mystic, or as an apologist, or as a devotional author. Francis was all of these, in addition to being a successful evangelist, and then the bishop of a persecuted Diocese. I. Francis De Sales as a Man for All Seasons St. Francis de Sales His Introduction to the Devout Life was focused on the need for laypeople to be Saints. In this ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-evangelical-and-pastoral-heart-of.html

Friday, 21 Feb – Naughts and Crosses OXYGEN - February 20, 2014 21 Feb – Memorial of Saint Peter Damian Youngest child in a large but impoverished family of local nobility. Orphaned young, Peter was sent to live with a brother who mistreated him and forced him to work as a swine-herd. A pious boy, Peter was eventually sent to live with another brother, Damian, a priest in Ravenna, Italy; Peter was so grateful that he took the name Damian. Well educated in Ravenna, in Faenza and in Parma Italy. Professor. He was known for his life ...http://thecatholicwriter.com/oxygen/2014/02/friday-21-feb-naughts-and-crosses/

Pope's Message for WYD 2014: The Poor in Spirit, Revolutionary, Strong and Happy CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 9, 2014 ... I recall the remarkable meeting we had in Rio de Janeiro for the Twenty-eighth World Youth Day. It was a great celebration of faith and fellowship! The wonderful people of Brazil welcomed us with open arms, like the statue of Christ the Redeemer which looks down from the hill of Corcovado over the magnificent expanse of Copacabana beach. There, on the seashore, Jesus renewed his call to each one of us to become his missionary disciples. May we perceive this call as the most important thing in ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/02/popes-message-for-wyd-2014-poor-in.html

Message for 29th World Youth Day VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - February 6, 2014 ... He shows us the way to life, the way that he himself has taken. Jesus himself is the way, and he proposes this way as the path to true happiness. Throughout his life, from his birth in the stable in Bethlehem until his death on the cross and his resurrection, Jesus embodied the Beatitudes. All the promises of God's Kingdom were fulfilled in him. In proclaiming the Beatitudes, Jesus asks us to follow him and to travel with him along the path of love, the path that alone leads to eternal life. ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/02/message-for-29th-world-youth-day.html

Thursday, 6 Feb – Travelling Light OXYGEN - February 5, 2014 6 Feb – Memorial of Saint Paul Miki and his companions, Martyrs of Nagasaki Twenty-six Franciscan and Jesuit missionaries and Japanese converts crucified together by order of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Following their arrests, they were taken to the public square of Meako to the city's principal temple. They each had a piece of their left ear cut off, and then paraded from city to city for weeks with a man shouting their crimes and encouraging their abuse. The priests ...http://thecatholicwriter.com/oxygen/2014/02/thursday-6-feb-travelling-light/

Seven Quick Takes CATHOLIC FIRE - January 31, 2014 ... home. I pray that St. John Bosco will watch over them and provide them with kindly, protective fathers and father-figures to care for their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs and to teach them the faith, by example. Do you do yoga? I have learned over the years that this is a very controversial topic among Catholics. Check out my post here to learn more from a Dominican priest on the topic. Here is a trailer for a new film that I just recently learned about. I have not heard much about ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/01/seven-quick-takes.html

Seek to Be Faithful, Not Successful CATHOLICMOM.COM - January 31, 2014 When I graduated from college in 2003, I received a plethora of gifts as most grads do, ranging from money and books to candles and inspirational mugs. But the one that I cherished above the rest was a magnet that featured now-Blesseds Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Pope John Paul II. In the photo, the pontiff was cradling Mother Teresa's face in his hands, and the words underneath were those spoken by her: "We are called not to be successful, but to be faithful." Now more ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Catholicmomcom/~3/M_ihV-qh980/

"Come After Me, and I Will Make You Fishers of Men." CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - January 23, 2014 http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/01/come-after-me-and-i-will-make-you.html

Obamacare Lawsuit Forces Order of Nuns Into the Public Eye CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 21, 2014 ... early 19th centuries. Going from door to door, Jugan would ask people for money, gifts — whatever they could spare for the elderly poor. Nearly 175 years later, nuns from the religious order Jugan founded, the Little Sisters of the Poor, can still be seen in public, collecting donations to support their work. Unlike some nuns who wear casual clothing these days, the Little Sisters dress in traditional garb, in all white or black habits with gray veils. Except for their ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/01/obamacare-lawsuit-forces-order-of-nuns.html

The Media's Pope POPIN' AIN'T EASY - January 20, 2014 ... Unam Sanctam , you'll find our take that the popular image of Blessed John XXIII is a fabrication. The notion of Pope John as the patron saint of dissent, heresy, and schism that has been propagated is the furthest thing from the facts. His own writings provide proof aplenty of this. However, we've been left with the media's fake Pope John since 1965 as the most widespread view of the man. The press seeks to do likewise with Pope Francis. We've pointed out ...http://popinainteasy.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-medias-pope.html

Peter Faber: The New Patron Saint of Business? (Contribution) CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 14, 2014 I want to propose a new patron saint for business people: Peter Faber. On Dec. 17, Pope Francis signed the bull of canonization recognizing Faber as a saint, and the relatively low-key elevation -- no ornate Mass in St. Peter's Square for poor Faber -- is in keeping with his relative obscurity in the Jesuit pantheon. Faber was among the handful who co-founded the Jesuit order in the mid-1500s, but he never quite attained the renown of ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/01/peter-faber-new-patron-saint-of.html

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