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My New Book — Seeking Jesus in Everyday Life HAPPY CATHOLIC* - March 24, 2017 ... continue long after you come to the end of this book. Advance Praise I'm getting a copy for every member of my RCIA class. — William H. Duquette — If you want to be a happy Catholic, you need to encounter Jesus. And if you want to encounter Jesus, read this book. — Brandon Vogt — This book is a joyful pilgrimage to the Father, made with the most amazing companions, from Ambrose of Milan to Marshall McLuhan. Highly recommended. — ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/03/my-new-book-seeking-jesus-in-everyday.html

Third Sunday of Lent 1865 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - March 18, 2017 ... Plenary Indulgence.] 21 Tuesday St Benedict, Abbot Confessor, double. White . 22 Wednesday St JOSEPH, Spouse of the BVM, double of the second class (transferred from 19 March). White . [In Diocese of Plymouth, St Edward, King Martyr, double. Red .] 23 Thursday St Patrick, greater double (transferred from 17 March). White . [In Diocese of Plymouth, St Joseph, double of the second class (transferred from 19 March). White .] 24 Friday The Five Wounds of OUR LORD, ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2017/03/third-sunday-of-lent-1865.html

The Lenten Ember Fast Starts Today A CATHOLIC LIFE - March 8, 2017 ... ceremonies were performed to implore the help of their deities: in June for a bountiful harvest, in September for a rich vintage, and in December for the seeding; hence their feriae sementivae, feriae messis, and feri vindimiales. The Church, when converting heathen nations, has always tried to sanctify any practices which could be utilized for a good purpose. At first the Church in Rome had fasts in June, September, and December; the exact days were not fixed but were announced by the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/VHqpWdRh000/the-lenten-ember-fast-starts-today.html

Catholic Events in Connecticut CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC CORNER - March 7, 2017 ... lourdesshrinect@gmail.com ++++ Healing & Prayer Service-North Haven, CT Our mission of mercy continues with Br. Paul Miller, OFS with a Healing and Prayer Service on Tuesday, March 21st, 2017 beginning at 5:30 pm at Saint Frances Cabrini Church located at 57 Pond Hill Road in North Haven. All are welcome to attend. Please help us spread the word to others by posting the flyer in your parish (with permission) and forwarding them to others that might be ...http://connecticutcatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2017/03/catholic-events-in-connecticut.html

Look for the Relics of the Passion Near You TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - March 5, 2017 If you seek a meditative prayer experience this Lent, I suggest checking to see if the Relics of the Passion will be in your area , or, if they won't be, downloading a pdf of the booklet for the Call from the Crucified Heart program. We were blessed this past week when a friend let us know that the Apostolate for Holy Relics would be visiting our wider vicinity with their Call from the Crucified Heart program. My children were introduced to relics two years ago when we ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2017/03/look-for-relics-of-passion-near-you.html

Ash Wednesday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - March 1, 2017 http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2017/03/ash-wednesday.html

Quinquagesima Sunday 1865 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - February 25, 2017 ... Holydays Mass at 7.00, 8.30 and 10.00. Sermon and Benediction at 7.30 pm. On weekdays Mass at 7.30 and 8.15. Catechism, Instruction and Benediction on Thursday at 7.30 pm. Confessions on Monday and Friday from 4.30 to 11.30 pm and on Saturday from 3.30 to 11.00 pm, on eves of Holydays from 4.00 to 10.00 pm. Churchings on Monday morning at 8.30. Stations of the Cross on Friday evenings of Advent and Lent. Confraternities of Our Lady of Mt Carmel, Sacred Heart of Jesus, Living Rosary, ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2017/02/quinquagesima-sunday-1865.html

"Islamophobia" and the Left 'OD'S BLOG! - February 19, 2017 ... to Islam was always misguided. But one wonders: does the left actually have any principles? What are they? It is just really hard to see any coherent philosophy behind all this. And it is harder to see how anyone with any actual principles could remain allied long with the left. The left is of course supposed to be all in favour of women's rights. Yet this is not the first time they seem to have gone directly against this. They loved and love Bill Clinton, whose actions towards women would ...http://odsblog.blogspot.com/2017/02/islamophobia-and-left.html

Me and My Pope ABBEY ROADS - February 9, 2017 http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2017/02/me-and-my-pope.html

Who Took Religious Vows Last Year? Over 200 Americans CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 7, 2017 ... identified as white, 16 percent as Asian/Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian, and 4 percen t as African/African-American/Black. Another 67 percent were American-born, followed by those born in Asia then Latin America. Sources of encouragement and discouragement were also examined in the survey. About half said a parish priest encouraged their vocation, while over 40 percent said their friends encouraged their vocation. However, about half reported that some people in their lives discouraged a ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/who-took-religious-vows-last-year-over.html

Fourth Sunday After the Epiphany 1865 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - January 28, 2017 . 29 SUNDAY Fourth after Epiphany, St Francis de Sales, double. Second prayers and last Gospel of the Sunday. White . Second Vespers of St Francis to the Little Chapter, thence of St Martini, with commemorations of St Francis and the Sunday. Red . [In diocese of Clifton, third prayers for the Bishop.] 30 Monday St Martina, Virgin Martyr, double. Red . 31 Tuesday St Peter Nolasco, Confessor, double. White . 1 Wednesday St Ignatius, Bishop Martyr, double. Red . 2 ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2017/01/fourth-sunday-after-epiphany-1865.html

Optional Memorial of St. Angela Merici, Foundress and Virgin BIG C CATHOLICS - January 26, 2017 ... world, including North America. From her earliest moments, Angela dedicated herself to fasting, self-sacrifice and prayer; practices she maintained throughout her life. Angela was born in the town of Desenzano del Garda in Lombardy, Italy, the second child of a pious middle class family. At 15, her parents died, leaving her and her older sister orphans. A short time later, her sister would die. At some point during this period, Angela she dedicated herself to ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/optional-memorial-of-st-angela-merici.html

We Have Set Sail... REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - January 19, 2017 ... me. I look forward to Thursdays; we do not have reunion and there seems to be more time for seeing people, writing letters, and prayer, too. There is a class given on videos, but I decided not to go to that and so have a long afternoon. Nothing seems long here and often I am also seeing my senior student. They had their retreat last week and he said he was eager to talk with me. I am thinking about the next Sunday's Liturgy. I read that the Jews in the time of ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2017/01/we-have-set-sail.html

Therese of Lisieux's Parents Inspired This Drug Rehab Project CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 13, 2017 ... 13, 1858, just three months after they first met. Nine children were born to this union, four of whom died prematurely. Among the five surviving daughters was Saint Therese, the future patron saint of the missions. Cardinal Sturla quoted the words Saint Therese dedicated to her parents: "They were more worthy of heaven than of earth." "The joy of a truly Christian family is to experience the joy and honor it means that Jesus has laid his eyes on one of their children and ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/therese-of-lisieuxs-parents-inspired.html

Anniversay Trips and More New Year's Resolutions... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 10, 2017 ... team conversation, I'm feeling a lot more hopeful about our future teaching direction and load. Overall though, I need to cease the negative thoughts and complaints about how challenging it has been. It *has* been challenging (as in, major s*$!fest :0) but dwelling on that is not helping me. I'm going to focus on the positive changes we're making, and remain hopeful that things will be better. I'm also going to focus on the multitude of SUPER FUN things I have coming up this winter and spring: ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2017/01/anniversay-trips-and-more-new-years.html

The Feast of the Circumcision 1865 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - January 1, 2017 ... Second Vespers of the Feast, commemoration of the Octave of St Stephen only. NB Plenary Indulgence from the First Vespers till sunset of the Feast; and thus on all Feasts of or LORD and the BVM. [In Diocese of Liverpool Plenary Indulgence on all Sundays.] 2 Monday Octave of St Stephen, Proto-Martyr, double. Commemoration of Octaves of St Thomas, St John and Holy Innocents. Red . 3 Tuesday. Octave of St John, Apostle and Evangelist, double. Commemoration of Octaves of St Thomas and Holy ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2017/01/the-feast-of-circumcision-1865.html

So Much Is Happening on January 1! HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - January 1, 2017 ... of the first reading is pretty obvious. These beautiful words from the Book of Numbers invite us to seek the Lord's blessing on the year ahead. New Year's Day is the perfect time to pray for that, for ourselves, for our family and friends, and for our world. We should have this mind all through Mass today. Notice also that Aaron's prayer includes the blessing of peace. Since the time of Pope Paul VI, January 1 has been the World Day of Peace. Every year the Pope writes a ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/12/i-was-ordained-less-than-year-when.html

Peter: A Rock Who Has Been Asked to Love. CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - December 17, 2016 In May 1952, Madeleine Delbrel undertook a visit to Rome, spending some twelve hours in prayer at the tomb of St Peter in the Vatican Basilica. Madeleine travelled by train from Paris, spent her time in prayer, and returned by train, all in 24 hours. The circumstances of the visit are described in We, the Ordinary People of the Streets pp.77-78 and on pages 125-127 of the biography Madeleine Delbrel: A Life Beyond the Boundaries . Madeleine's note of her ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2016/12/peter-rock-who-has-been-asked-to-love.html

Bishop Barres Arrival on Long Island BROOKLYN BORN BELIEVER - December 13, 2016 ... on Long Island, especially in the Hamptons, but there is also poverty. That's another challenge......There's the very rich, the somewhat rich, the struggling middle-class (many are just picking up and leaving and heading South where its cheaper to live) and the poor, who need help and mercy. Bishop Barres can gain comfort from knowing Catholic Long Islanders (among others) are praying for his success and blessings on his episcopacy. May God give him the wisdom and guidance he ...http://brooklyn-born-believer.blogspot.com/2016/12/bishop-barres-arrival-on-long-island.html

Advent Ember Fast Begins Tomorrow A CATHOLIC LIFE - December 13, 2016 ... a rich vintage, and in December for the seeding; hence their feriae sementivae, feriae messis, and feri vindimiales. The Church, when converting heathen nations, has always tried to sanctify any practices which could be utilized for a good purpose. At first the Church in Rome had fasts in June, September, and December; the exact days were not fixed but were announced by the priests. The "Liber Pontificalis" ascribes to Pope Callistus (217-222) a law ordering: the fast, but probably it is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/pmWNExkZ0FI/advent-ember-fast-begins-tomorrow.html

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