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Best Catholic Books for Christmas Gifts 2014 CATHOLIC FIRE - December 17, 2014 1. Mary of Nazareth: The Life of Our Lady in Pictures by Fr. Donald Calloway -- Ignatius Press, 2014 I have this book and love it! It is one of the most inspirational books I have read! Beautiful photos, uplifting quotes from the saints about Mary, all make this an ideal Christmas gift. 2. Joy to the World: How Christ's Coming Changed Everything (and Still Does) by Scott Hahn -- Image, 2014 3. Practical Theology: 350+ Ways Your Mind Can Help you Become a Saint by Peter ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/12/best-catholic-books-for-christmas-gifts.html
Embracing Minimalism THE FIRE WITHIN - December 11, 2014 ... in hindsight, without this purging we wouldn't have been ready for God to call us to move. You see, a year-and-a-half ago Michael and I had the conversation that we wanted to be in our house 5 more years. But a week (and a whole bunch of crazy circumstances) later we had our house on the market. And 4 days later it sold. And 4 days after that we had a new one. What the hail?! If I hadn't done my Lenten challenge we wouldn't have been ready. I had to stage my house for pictures ...http://mikeandkristine.blogspot.com/2014/12/embracing-minimalism.html
Advent Calling BLESSED BY GOD - December 3, 2014 ... stronger everyday. He's 13 weeks old now! When I look at pictures of him all hooked up to tubes and monitors it seems like a dream (or a nightmare). So here we are approaching Christmas again - another Advent is upon us. We switched out our liturgical calendar from last year for the new one, bought new Advent candles (and I splurged on a new Advent Wreath too!), a fresh Jesse tree poster is up. The daily question of "when will we put our Christmas tree up?" has begun. Old ...http://ekblad9.blogspot.com/2014/12/advent-calling.html
Sharing #ouradvent Traditions ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO BLOG - November 30, 2014 This Advent, we encourage you to share your personal or family Advent traditions on social media using the hashtag #ouradvent. Feel free to share pictures or stories! Below, a sampling of people from around the Archdiocese share their favourite Advent memories and traditions. I am fortunate to be a world traveler, or food tourist, if you want to know my real agenda! Born in Montreal, and still a regular visitor, I was always inspired by the museum of 300 creches ...http://archdioceseoftoronto.blogspot.com/2014/11/sharing-ouradvent-traditions.html
Singing Nuns Defend Embattled Bishop FR. Z'S BLOG - November 25, 2014 ... a great zeal for the things of God," said Mother Cecilia, the young vibrant prioress for the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles in an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews.com. After praying that someone's voice would be heard in his defense, Mother Cecilia embraced this unexpected opportunity to speak out on behalf of Bishop Finn, who has been singled out over several years for censuring in the Church's sex abuse scandal, even leading to a Vatican investigation. "It breaks my heart that ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/hxRnuiiE9FU/
Advent 2014...let's Start Planning! LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - November 12, 2014 ... optimistic on this one. (2) The Magnificat Advent Companion . Here is my lovely print copy, courtesy of the fabulous Cristina : We plan to pray together this Advent. :) You can also download the Advent Companion for I believe 99 cents on Amazon. There are meditations for each day, special prayers for blessing your Advent wreath and tree, Advent Stations of the Cross, all kinds of Catholic goodness in there. So, the Divine Office app and the Magnificat, those are the two things are that I will ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/11/advent-2014lets-start-planning.html
Meeting Jennifer Fulwiler ANA BRAGA-HENEBRY'S JOURNAL - October 29, 2014 ... friendly and funny. It's never preachy or arrogant. She comes across as a wonderful, amusing, sincere and humble person. Even when she describes her first prayers, she is funny, light, and yet the whole scene is true and genuine as prayer can be. She tells the story of going from completely ignorant of everything and anything Christian--and being sort of proud of that--to someone who allows herself to wonder, "could this be true?", to a very well-read, authentic Catholic--to the point of ...http://anabragahenebrysjournal.blogspot.com/2014/10/meeting-jennifer-fulwiler.html