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The End of Middle School MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - June 6, 2017 ... ago, but just started working at the ice cream shop last week. He has one 4 hour shift a week, which seems to be all he can handle at one time. Oh how his feet ached and his hands were prunes after washing 100 buckets that first day! (I couldn't help but giggle over his first taste of hard work...what would you farm families think?!?) We all couldn't help but giggle over the size XXXL shirt they gave him: A smaller one should come in next month. Heehee! Those ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-end-of-middle-school.html

Live for Heaven A FRIAR'S LIFE - May 27, 2017 ... "Safely Home." But, in the margins my Aunt had handwritten two notes. One said simply, "Please read this at my funeral." But on the other side she had written, "My last prayer is that you all get right with God, so I'll see you all again." Aunt Pat, especially as she was nearing her own death, had a mind and a heart that was fixed firmly on Heaven – and she wanted the same for all of the people she loved. While I'm sure we all want to get to Heaven, I would bet that ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2017/05/live-for-heaven.html

USA : Effort to Rescue Blessed Sacrament in Fire Recalled As Act of Great Faith CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 17, 2017 ... afternoon they'd perform actions that would cost them their live s - and render them modern-day martyrs in the eyes of many. Yet when danger stared them down, in the form of a fire spreading through St. Philip Neri Church, they responded as only people with great faith might. Weinmann, the pastor, rushed into the burning building to save the Blessed Sacrament inside the tabernacle. McLaughlin, a School Sister of Notre Dame, who was a teacher at the parish ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/usa-effort-to-rescue-blessed-sacrament.html

Stephen A. Russell on Moonlight, "The Most Beautiful Gift to Cinema in Countless Years" THE WILD REED - March 13, 2017 Many insightful and erudite commentaries have been written on Barry Jenkins ' film Moonlight , which won Best Picture at last Sunday's 89th Academy Awards. My favorite of these commentaries is one written by Stephen A. Russell for the Australian broadcasting station, SBS . " Moonlight 's historic win, says Russell' "deserves to shine bright and should not be eclipsed by the monumental stuff up that saw presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway handed the already-announced ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2017/03/stephen-russell-on-moonlight-most.html

A Poetic Milestone A FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS - March 10, 2017 ... example, have written thousands of poems. Emily Dickinson left behind some 1,800 poems. God knows how many Charles Bukowski churned out - they seem to keep finding notebooks long after he died. I'm sure there are many poets who have written thousands more poems than I have. It's not a competition anyway. As for me, onward. Maybe a scifaiku? missionary frowns: how to preach repentance to sinless aliens? Hmmm. 1,001? Pax et ...http://paxchristirochester.blogspot.com/2017/03/a-poetic-milestone.html

A Chat With Mary Lou (mallard) Tucker ST PATRICK'S CONVENT SCHOOL - March 2, 2017 ... touching. Kenny left us on a New Year's Eve, eleven years ago. We miss him so much with his sweet, happy, funny and kind nature. When we think about you Kenny, it brings a giant smile to all our faces! DON plays guitar and piano. TISH and SUE sing. LIZ plays guitar and sings but lives in Ontario. I sing and play Auto Harp (only for my kiddies that I look after). They think I play great. TOM plays accordion and sings and JIM plays guitar and sings. JOHN plays guitar, mandolin mouth organ and ...http://stpatricksconventschool.blogspot.com/2017/03/a-chat-with-mary-lou-mallard-tucker.html

Les Bon Temps BACK BAY VIEW - February 28, 2017 ... music or contemplating art aimed at this desire for transcendence, for seeing the essence of something here, the divine incarnated in front of us. Ideally, this blog would be an attempt to capture those moments for remembering. Isn't there some Latin or French word for paying attention that shares a root with a word for prayer? Still, I am grateful for the wisdom of the Church in giving us the communal prayers and liturgical rituals, routines and practices for the long seasons of ordinary time ...http://backbayview.blogspot.com/2017/02/les-bon-temps.html