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3rd Sunday of Lent - Year A SUNDAY HOMILIES AND REFLECTIONS FROM AUSTRALIA - March 17, 2014 ... meaning. I spoke recently about how it seems there are no longer any bad people who die. Everyone who dies was one of the best people who ever lived. They were happy, fun-loving, sociable, popular and, invariably, would give you 'the shirt off their back' and what's more, they would now be 'up there' – 'at peace' – drinking beer with their dead relatives or catching huge fish in their new big fishing boat. The prisoners were smiling and nodding in ...http://homiliesfromaustralia.blogspot.com/2014/03/3rd-sunday-of-lent-year-a.html

St. Catherine De' Ricci, Mystic and Stigmatist CATHOLIC FIRE - February 13, 2014 ... of prayer. Catherine died on February 2, 1590 at the age of 68, was beatified in 1732 by Clement XII, and was canonized by Benedict XIV in 1746. St. Catherine de'Ricci is the patron of sick people. ~ © February 2014 Jean M. Heimann Prayer God of light and truth, by your grace Saint Catherine shone forth in her contemplation of the passion of your Son. My the help of her prayers may we meditate with reverence upon these same mysteries, and so come to enjoy their fruits. We ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/02/st-catherine-de-ricci-mystic-and.html

Theresa Neumann the Mystic and Stigmatist COMMUNIO - December 31, 2013 ... history of salvation the Church can name more than 300 persons, most of them women, who bore in their body the wounds of Jesus. The Servant of God Theresa Neumann (1898-1962) is one such person who is known to be a mystic and stigmatist. She is a person who trusted deeply in the Lord. The teaching of the Church says mysticism is that "intimate union with the Divinity, or a system growing out of such a tendency and desire." Mystics are intimately connected with what we believe about the Holy ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2013/12/theresa-neumann-the-mystic-and-stigmatist/