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8 Biblical Passages That May Shatter Your View of Jesus THE MARCO MINUTE - July 7, 2017 ... there are some unfortunate, persistent misconceptions of Jesus today that portray him as a soft, overly meek, always peaceful, beatnik drifter, class warfare warrior, and teacher of an ambigious, feelings only based love, that never judged nor condemned. But nothing could be further from the truth. Jesus judged, fought, confronted, condemned, and even overthrew tables. Following Jesus was dangerous and could lead to death. The same is true even today. Here are 8 biblical ...http://marcominute.blogspot.com/2017/07/8-biblical-passages-that-may-shatter.html

Fourth Sunday After Pentecost 1865 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - July 1, 2017 . 2 SUNDAY, fourth after Pentecost. The Visitation of the BVM, double of the second class. Second prayers and last Gospel of the Sunday (in low Mass third prayers of Sts Processus and Martinian, Martyrs), Creed, Preface of the BVM. White. First Vespers of the Most Precious Blood of OUR LORD, commemoration of the Visitation only. Plenary Indulgence. 3 Monday The Most Precious Blood of OUR LORD, double of the second class (transferred ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2017/07/fourth-sunday-after-pentecost-1865.html

Third Sunday After Pentecost 1865 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - June 24, 2017 . 25 SUNDAY, third after Pentecost. The Most Sacred Heart of OUR LORD, double of the second class. Second prayers and last Gospel of the Sun­day. Preface of the Cross. White . Second Vespers of the Feast, with commemoration of Sts John and Paul, the Sunday, and the Octave. Plenary Indulgence. Collection for the Poor-School Committee, the benefactors of which can gain a Plenary Indulgence during the whole of the ensuing week. 26 Monday Sts John and ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2017/06/third-sunday-after-pentecost-1865.html

At the Heart of the Priesthood Is the Eucharist. At the Heart of the Eucharist Is the Love of God – A Thanksgiving REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - June 18, 2017 ... according to our own ego-driven whims and fancies? So, because it really does all come down to love, a reflection of my last 365 days as a priest of God has to then be seen in that light. How much love has been the driving force of all my priestly work, my prayer, my relationships, my ministry and my daily activities. I wouldn't dare say that I had been in that state of awareness 100% of the time. I certainly can do better, and I want to – because more and more is it ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2017/06/at-heart-of-priesthood-is-eucharist-at.html

Second Sunday After Pentecost 1865 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - June 17, 2017 . 18 SUNDAY, within the Octave of Corpus Christi, and second after Pentecost, semidouble. Third prayers of Sts Mark and Marcellinus, Martyrs. White . First Vespers of St Juliana Falconieri, with commemorations of the Sunday, the Octave and Sts Gervase and Protase, Martyrs. [In Diocese of Birmingham, Dedication of the Cathedral, double of the First Class, with an Octave in the city of Birmingham. Second prayers and last Gospel of the Sunday. White . ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2017/06/second-sunday-after-pentecost-1865.html

Pentecost Word, 04Jun17 TO FIND FRUIT - June 4, 2017 ... the pebbles. "Consider, class, that this jar is your life. The rocks are what is more important in it—all you'll value at the end of your life: family; friends; health; fulfilling your hopes and dreams. The pebbles other things that offer you meaning: learning; your job; house; hobbies; colleagues and acquaintances. The sand represents everything else, the 'small stuff.' If you focus all your energy on material things and other small stuff, you will not make room for ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2017/06/pentecost-word-04jun17.html

St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, Educator and Foundress BIG C CATHOLICS - May 28, 2017 ... asked as a little girl what it was that brought her into the world, the future saint and foundress would invariably answer: "Fire." It was fitting. Madeleine was to spend her life spreading the fire of Christ's love. Her brother Louis, later a priest, initially instructed her in the Faith. Her dream of educating women regardless of their family's financial means was realized with the establishment of her congregation. In September 1801, the first school was opened in Amiens, northern France. ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/05/st-madeleine-sophie-barat-educator-and.html

"The Church Will Know That the Terrible Chastisement Is at Hand, for Prayer Will Then Be As Rare As Faith." SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - May 23, 2017 ... Finally, there is sensualism, which, like an impure atmosphere, so impregnates every class of society, that one would suppose there was a league formed to abolish the cross of Christ from the minds of men. What miseries must not follow from this systematic setting aside of the conditions imposed by God upon His creatures? If the Gospel be the word of infinite Truth, how can men oppose it without drawing down upon themselves the severest chastisements? Would that these ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-church-will-know-that-terrible.html

Monday Diary: Almost Excruciatingly True Stories: A Literal God ADAM'S ALE - May 21, 2017 http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2017/05/monday-diary-almost-excruciatingly-true_21.html

Mid-Century Saints ABBEY ROADS - May 4, 2017 ... relics and prayer cards to spread devotion to him. I also knew a couple of holy people deeply devoted to Fr. Solanus. If I remember correctly, I think Fr. Groeschel witnessed Fr. Solanus in ecstasy once. Fr. Solanus is from around here, at one point he was a prison guard in Stillwater, MN I think. I liked him because he seemed to me to be one of the last Friars Minor Capuchin of what I would call the 'strict observance', and of course, because his spirituality was so much like ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2017/05/mid-century-saints.html

Prayer First, Action Second THE MARCO MINUTE - May 2, 2017 There is a common misconception today in Catholic and Christian circles that prayer is secondary, to taking direct action in helping the poor. But nothing could be further from the truth. Having a fervent prayer life ultimately does more for the good of the poor than just feeding them. Jesus even supports this notion when he derides a crowd for criticizing a woman who washes his feet with costly oil. Their argument was understandable. They argued that the ...http://marcominute.blogspot.com/2017/05/prayer-first-action-second.html

A Snapshot of a Dying Church THE NEW BEGINNING - April 30, 2017 ... intercessory petitions. The response: "Loving Father, hear our prayer." Almost as if we are trying to guilt God? 5. And hand-holding was prevalent during the Lord's Prayer. And the kiss of peace was very unrestrained, though the liturgical ministers did succeed in cutting it short by starting up the Agnus Dei (the only Latin chant). 6. And of course, for the children it was their first Communion in hand. Did they consider the alternative? 7. The recessional ...http://cantate-domino.blogspot.com/2017/04/a-snapshot-of-dying-church.html

Lack of Charity: A Sign of Weak Faith THE CATHOLIC FAITHFUL - April 24, 2017 ... the love of God --- (in) the fulfillment of the 10 Commandments. People forget these because they become spiritually slothful, and want to throw off the cross. They want a faux "Christ" that did not suffer and die on the Cross. They want to believe that they have "arrived" in sanctity, and that they are definitely on their way to Heaven. Hope is one thing, but presumption is NOT hope. Presumption is sin and a lack of gratitude and contrition for past sins, and amendment for any attachments to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheCatholicFaithful/~3/gGgEf1HrWZs/malice-sign-of-no-faith.html