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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

Catholic Coffee Club ALL THIS AND HEAVEN - December 12, 2016 ... in number and powerful in spirit. Each individual has brought so much enthusiasm and excitement to the class. It really has been such an honor to try to dive deeper with each of the teens involved in our group. Thank you for joining us each week and thank you parents for trusting me with your precious teen agers. I love each of them and will continue to pray for them. Julie W has been in and out of commission this semester, but I know that she shares this sentiment and will ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AllThisAndHeaven/~3/l8pY9G5brwI/catholic-coffee-club.html

Feast of Our Lady's Immaculate Conception REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - December 8, 2016 http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/12/feast-of-our-ladys-immaculate-conception.html

Please! A Simple Version of the Anglican Ordinariate Office for Lay People NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 6, 2016 ... it will quickly become interesting enough for them to be likely to keep doing it. In this system, people can learn many tones and still use this Psalter - i.e, it allows for those with the knowledge of just one tone or those who wish to use 120 tones to have the same Psalter. Also, if this pointing method becomes standard, then many people will start to compose, and as new and better tones are developed, they can easily be adopted. This allows for the possibility of chant for the vernacular as ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/YFuoAxa5k6Y/please-simple-version-of-anglican.html

Catholic Priest Prevents Gay Man From Singing at His Grandmother's Funeral CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 2, 2016 ... dignity of gay people, it nevertheless finds their relationships impermissible, the letter adds. "The Catholic Church upholds the dignity of those with same-sex attraction. At the same time, it does not permit same-sex relationships or openly advocating for them because it causes a scandal…" Hakes, who has sung for the church on several previous occasions, said his grandmother lived near the church and her family had been a member of the parish for generations. On Tuesday St. Mary's ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/catholic-priest-prevents-gay-man-from.html

Talking in Church. What Should I Do About It? AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - December 1, 2016 ... come to Mass and act the way they would during a lecture or class, and are ignorant that others may wish to pray quietly. Can you help? A – Thanks for the question. The first thing I would like to explore, before I answer your questions, it to ask why people would act in this way? Ignorance – Maybe they don't understand what is going on with the Mass – so they are ignorant of the sacredness of it. Culture expectations are different – Maybe they are ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/12/talking-in-church-what-should-i-do-about-it/

Column: Advent 1: This Very Moment the Pavements Are Laid in Carnelians QUANTUM THEOLOGY - December 1, 2016 ... long list of errands, a reminder to be still, let go my grasp and know that God is with us. The student who, seeing me struggle with a stack of books for class, turned around on the stairs and helped me carry them to my classroom, Christ before me. Perhaps Advent is as much a time for rousing, as it is for quiet waiting. "Now is the hour for you to awake from sleep!" cried St. Paul in the reading we heard on Sunday. Stay awake, be alert to the signs of God among us. Advent ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2016/12/column-advent-1-this-very-moment.html

Eight Quick Tips for Getting More Out of Mass AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - November 14, 2016 ... on what kind of changes you are willing to make in your efforts before, during and after Mass, because what you put into Mass determines what you get out of it. Yes, you will receive grace when you receive the Eucharist. But, the depth of the impact of grace is awaiting a simple "yes" from you. Let me give you pointers which have helped me get more out of the Mass. Eight Quick Tips For Getting More Out of Mass 1 – Properly prepare for Mass. Read and study the readings ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/11/eight-quick-tips-for-getting-more-out-of-mass/

Magnificat Advent Companion 2016 Giveaway! JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - November 13, 2016 ... odd girl out. Since I grew up with my best guys being mostly guys, I felt comfortable talking about religion and politics with them. Yes, those are usually topics to avoid but we all seemed to be on the same page across the board so I thoroughly enjoyed the hour or so we spent chatting while enjoying our beverages (and muffins) of choice. This was the second meeting with the group (the first with two young men I hadn't met before) and I already feel comfortable to keep attending the meetings ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2016/11/magnificat-advent-companion-2016.html

Men, Abortion, and the Sexual Revolution TEA AT TRIANON - October 24, 2016 http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2016/10/men-abortion-and-sexual-revolution.html

Sunday Word, 23 Oct 16 TO FIND FRUIT - October 23, 2016 ... the Lord's Prayer . Jesus' words, forgive us...as we forgive others on our lips, shape us to live the compassion we ask Jesus to show us. Link to this homily's Spiritual Exercise ____________ Wiki-images Jesus looking through a lattice PD-US ; Pharisee and publican ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2016/10/sunday-word-23-oct-16.html

CCD Week 4 ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - October 19, 2016 So I was out for week 3 hence why it goes from 2 to 4. I swear I can count! After being gone for a week my kids were super jumpy. The week I was gone the kids were in with the third grade class, so I have no idea what they did. They told me but all at once and at 100 mph! So get out a lot of this energy we did our opening prayer. The kids really like saying the Our Father Prayer and so I let them run with ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/10/ccd-week-4.html

Remembering Uncle Dan LOUIE, LOUIE - October 19, 2016 ... to join the Jesuits, was ordained with his class, and is now buried in a Jesuit cemetery in Auriesville, NY. He told someone once that in walking the streets of New York the faces of passersby were as the beads of the Rosary to him, a prayer for each one, a moment to ponder the mysteries each person bore, sorrowful and joyful and glorious mysteries. "All life is sacred, he believed, because life is created by God. Humanity, this marvelous, fascinating tapestry ...http://fatherlouie.blogspot.com/2016/10/remembering-uncle-dan.html

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