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St Clare of Assisi COMMUNIO - August 11, 2016 From a letter from Saint Clare of Assisi, virgin, to Saint Agnes of Prague: Happy indeed is she who is granted a place at the divine banquet, for she may cling with her inmost heart to him whose beauty eternally awes the blessed hosts of heaven; to him whose love inspires love, whose contemplation refreshes, whose generosity satisfies, whose gentleness delights, whose memory shines sweetly as the dawn; to him whose fragrance revives the dead, and whose glorious vision ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2016/08/st-clare-of-assisi/

Saint Clare of Assisi's Letter to Saint Agnes of Prague on the Majesty of Christ Incarnate BIG C CATHOLICS - August 10, 2016 From a letter from Saint Clare of Assisi, virgin, to Saint Agnes of Prague Behold the poverty, humility and love of Christ Happy indeed is she who is granted a place at the divine banquet, for she may cling with her inmost heart to him whose beauty eternally awes the blessed hosts of heaven; to him whose love inspires love, whose contemplation refreshes, whose generosity satisfies, whosehttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/08/saint-clare-of-assisis-letter-to-saint.html

Is Trump the Peace Candidate? TEA AT TRIANON - August 7, 2016 ... captive nations would one day be free, we were not going to risk a world war, or a nuclear war, to achieve it. Period. In 1991, President Bush told Ukrainians that any declaration of independence from Moscow would be an act of "suicidal nationalism." Today, Beltway hawks want to bring Ukraine into NATO. This would mean that America would go to war with Russia, if necessary, to preserve an independence Bush I regarded as "suicidal." (Read more ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2016/08/is-trump-peace-candidate.html

Procession With Relics of St Norbert NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 7, 2016 ... May 2nd, 1627, and have remained to this day. A Facebook page dedicated to the various orders and congregations of Augustinian Canons Regular , including the Premonstratensians, marked the feast with some nice old photographs of the shrine in Strahov Abbey, and of a procession held in Prague with the relics of St Norbert; they are not dated, but I assume they must be from before World War II and the establishment of the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia. They are here ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/GW8BpqCWO3k/procession-with-relics-of-st-norbert.html