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Notes on Peace and Justice CNS BLOG - May 16, 2013 ... extends from the Office of Economic Opportunity in Murphy, a program of Catholic Charities of the Charlotte Diocese . That office opened in 1998, about the time Father Kloster arrived in Murphy. "I help bring parishioners and OEO together so there is a pool of people that OEO can turn to for help," he explained. "It a very ecumenical organization. The two women on staff are Baptist. One our board we have a Lutheran pastor and a Methodist minister and others who are not ...http://cnsblog.wordpress.com/2013/05/16/notes-on-peace-and-justice-3/
St. Pachomius THE ONE TRUE FAITH - May 15, 2013 Even though today my Magnificat said that the Mass for today was for St. Isidore, the patron saint of Madrid, Spain, farmers, and rural communities, Father Kevin said the Mass was for St. Pachomius. Who? That's what I said. So read on and learn. St. Pachomius is the father of spiritual communal life. In his time, 300 A.D., religious people didn't live together. There were only hermits. A person living a solitary religious life is called an eremite. A ...http://theonetruefaith-faith.blogspot.com/2013/05/st-pachomius.html
March 17, 2013: Saint Patrick, Apostle of Ireland A YEAR OF PRAYER: 365 ROSARIES - March 17, 2013 March 17 is one of the most widely recognized feast days throughout the Church, the feast of Saint Patrick (387-493), patron saint of Ireland. Many myths and legends have arisen regarding the life of Saint Patrick, some culturally-based in Celtic oral storytelling, and some much more modern in support of non-spiritual celebrations. Church historians have compiled the basic facts of Saint Patrick's life ...http://365rosaries.blogspot.com/2013/03/march-17-2013-saint-patrick-apostle-of.html
St. Louise De Marillac CATHOLIC FIRE - March 15, 2013 The saint of the day for March 15 is St. Louise de Marillac. Louise was born near Meaux, Auvergne, France, on August 12, 1591. Born out of wedlock, Louise never knew her mother, but was raised by her father, a member of the aristocracy. When her father married, Louise had a difficult time adjusting and was sent to be a resident student at a Dominican convent where her aunt was a religious. When Louise was about sixteen years old, she believed she had a call to the ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2013/03/st-louise-de-marillac.html
Wednesdays: Through the Holy Heart of St. Joseph: Patron of the Universal Church, Pray for Us! SALVE SANCTA MATER DEI - February 28, 2013 ... patron. In 1870, Blessed Pope Pius IX (Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti ) declared St. Joseph to be the Patron of the Holy Catholic Church. A brief review of history demonstrates that the late 1800's were indeed a turbulent time both in secular and ecclesiastic history. During the pontificate of Blessed Pope Pius IX, the longest reigning Holy Father in history (32 years), the First Vatican Council was convened from 1869-1870 to counter-act the rising tide of ...http://salvematerdei.com/2013/02/27/wednesdays-through-the-holy-heart-of-st-joseph-patron-of-the-universal-church-pray-for-us/
My Gift THE GOSPEL TRUTH - February 28, 2013 ... am in just about all of them. How can I separate my life experiences from myself? While I sometimes tell stories about things, events and so on that I have read about in books, newspapers or have seen on television or even the movies but my best stories are about things I have witnessed, had inflicted on myself or had experienced in a very personal way. They are real stories about real things. I seldom embellish them and most of them wind up blowing the spit back in my own face. They may be ...http://bbprof.wordpress.com/2013/02/28/my-gift/
A GFCF St. Nina's Feast Day Tea TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - January 20, 2013 ... (because Luke always wants "a starch" and this one was an easy Georgian one to make, even if it was a bit dry. I don't advise rushing these and cooking them on a cast iron griddle. Smoke WILL happen. Oops! Soki from the Georgia Georgian site, which we easily adapted to casein-free. Again, it tasted so much better than it looked. chocolate almond milk (because no no "tea" in our home is complete without it according to our kids) GFCF toast (because the kids were still hungry) blueberries (for ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2013/01/a-gfcf-st-ninas-feast-day-tea.html