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Independence Day Behind These Stone Walls THESE STONE WALLS - July 1, 2015 ... sacrifice, remember Fr Kenneth Walker, Independence Day, the battle for our souls: this week behind These Stone Walls. For those who may have missed our announcement on Facebook last week, our friend Anthony Begin passed from this life at 12:30 AM (EDT) on June 18. He was 50 years of age. Thanks to a new hospice program using trained prisoner volunteers, a friend, John Spaulding, was with Anthony when he died. It was a comfort ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/0g6AI1nlAkw/

Saint Thomas More: A Prayer for Your Enemies THE LADY IN THE PEW - June 22, 2015 ... truth — as any good attorney should be — and with the Truth — as any good man should be. And so he died. Killed for treason. Imagine his sadness! We are now in an era where Christians are martyred by those outside the Church…imagine being martyred, or even hated by, those supposedly inside the Church! Still, he kept his spirits up. At his trial, he told his judges that he wished that "we may yet hereafter in Heaven merrily all meet together to ...http://pewlady.blogspot.com/2015/06/saint-thomas-more-prayer-for-your.html

Sts.Thomas More and John Fisher, Martyrs CATHOLIC FIRE - June 22, 2015 ... Thomas More gave up their lives in testimony to defend Church unity and the indissolubility of the sacrament of Matrimony. Both men had well-formed consciences and were willing to die for the Truth. St. Thomas More Thomas More was born in 1478, son of the lawyer and judge John More and his wife Agnes. He received a classical education from the age of six, and at age 13 became the protege of Archbishop John Morton, who also served an important civic role as the Lord Chancellor. ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/06/ststhomas-more-and-john-fisher-martyrs.html

St. Richard of Chichester ATONEMENTONLINE - June 15, 2015 http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/06/st-richard-of-chichester.html

St. Barnabas and an Old Friend... ATONEMENTONLINE - June 10, 2015 ... him as a second father. One of the greatest compliments I ever received was when he expressed his desire that I be his successor at St. Barnabas. I think the hardest thing I ever had to do was to tell him that I couldn't accept the position because I was leaving to become a Catholic. I remember that morning, because he turned away and cried. Fr. Olsen never cried, and I felt terrible that my decision had affected him in that way. It was difficult between us for a while. But we managed to ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/06/st-barnabas-and-old-friend.html

With You Always YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 30, 2015 ... has given us all a Great Commission and sent us on our way to accomplish great things in His name. However, he does not send us into the world alone. He joins us always and sends along support in our family, friends and the cloud of witnesses. Action For some weeks now, we have realized that Fr. Joe McCloskey will not be writing new reflections for the Cursillo community any time soon. His impact on our lives remains and we can always turn back to our notes of his many ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/05/with-you-always.html

St. Joan of Arc: Woman of Courage, Patron of Soldiers CATHOLIC FIRE - May 29, 2015 The saint of the day for May 30th is the courageous warrior Saint Joan of Arc, French national heroine, who was born in Domremy, France, 1412 and died in Rouen, France, 1431. At the age of 13, Joan began to hear the voices of Saints Michael the Archangel, Margaret of Antioch, and Catherine of Alexandria, telling her that she had been chosen to free her country from the English. Joan's visions told her to find the true king of France and help him reclaim ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/05/st-joan-of-arc-woman-of-courage-patron.html

Saint of the Day: Philip Neri DA MIHI ANIMAS - May 26, 2015 ... Italian nobility, Philip came from a poor family. His father, Francisco Neri, worked as a notary. Philip's brother died in childhood, but his two sisters, Caterina and Elisabetta survived. Known as a pius youth, Philip was taught humanities by the Dominicans. Moved to San Germano in 1533 to help some family with their business, and while there would escape to a local Dominican chapel in the mountains. Having received a vision that he had an apostolate in Rome, Philip cut ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/05/saint-of-day-philip-neri.html

The Company We Keep FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - May 17, 2015 ... internet up] because you don't need Bill's permission [to get in here]." With that he said "How about you and me grab a drink?" She declined. With that, Elizabeth left, needing to clear her head, going to the library where she could email some friends. She said as she walking to the library, she was reflecting on the whole thing - wondering what happens that everyone seemed so callous. The phone guy has to come back - Her super is hitting on her, she needs to log on to the ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-company-we-keep.html

A Mother's Heart PRINTS OF GRACE - May 13, 2015 I love this post called The Wide Spectrum of Mothering (by a non-mother who blogs) . I feel all women will be uplifted to read this. Over Mother's Day weekend, I had a number of glimpses and reminders of what constitutes a mother's heart. Here are some of them: Last Friday night at the Ultreya, we greeted a couple who lost their only son to suicide . That particular parish is a bit of a hike, but I knew it would be worth the trip if only I could give the ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2015/05/A-Mothers-Heart.html

St. Athanasius: Father of Orthodoxy CATHOLIC FIRE - May 2, 2015 ... persecution. For five years he hid in a deep, dry cistern to be safe from their wrath of the Arians and their attempts to assassinate him. The place was known only to one trusted friend who secretly supplied him with food. Throughout these trials, Athanasius consistently experienced God's constant protection. On one occasion when the emperor's assassins were pursuing him, he ordered the ship on which he was fleeing to double-back and sail upstream so that he ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/05/st-athanasius-father-of-orthodoxy.html

Museum Surprise THE ONE TRUE FAITH - April 29, 2015 ... history of the place. But as I was walking around the genealogy section I was surprised by seeing a friend's picture. Shocked! There on a column was a picture of the Jepsens. Don Jepsen died a few years back, but Jane is still around. They used to come to my prayer group. They were very vibrant members. I remember them showing me this family picture and saying, "Look what you two started." I said a prayer for Don and I think ...http://theonetruefaith-faith.blogspot.com/2015/04/museum-surprise.html

Your Miracle Is in Your Bowl {Ramblings on Grace} BLESSED BY GOD - April 21, 2015 "You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the peoples." Psalm 77:14´╗┐ When God shows Himself it's not always as you think it will be. In a life like mine that moves in noise and chaos many days you have to pay attention or you will miss the miracles. Sunday we were blessed to volunteer to help (as it turns out I basically ate and took in the sights but that's another story) with the Unite concert put on by the Sisters of Mary Mother of the ...http://ekblad9.blogspot.com/2015/04/your-miracle-is-in-your-bowl-ramblings.html

Matt Talbot: An Example for Finishing Your Life Well ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - April 19, 2015 ... 65 this month and a lovely question has come to me: "How do I want to finish this life?" We all may have had some bad starts along the way but the Christian Gospel says we can make a great finish. While praying about this for a few months I met a friend along the way. A lovely little saint named Venerable Matt Talbot (1856-1925). He was an Irish man and a chronic alcoholic who found sobriety for 41 years through devotion to the Eucharist, ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2015/04/matt-talbot-example-for-finishing-your.html

Blessed César De Bus: Patron of Catechists CATHOLIC FIRE - April 15, 2015 ... César returned to his pious lifestyle, and, at the age of 38, was ordained to the priesthood. Following his ordination, he began teaching the faith to those who would receive the Gospel message from no one else: those living in deplorable conditions, those living in rural, poorly populated places, and those marginalized by society. Working with his cousin, César further focused on the catechesis of the family, teaching both parents and children together. His ultimate ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/04/blessed-cesar-de-bus-patron-of.html

Divine Mercy Is at Work FREEDOM THROUGH TRUTH - April 15, 2015 I read this morning with sadness the analysis of the denial of Father Gordon's habeas corpus writ at These Stone Walls . It seems another door has closed, or has it? This effort to free Father Gordon MacRae from the false imprisonment he has endured for over 20 years has been undertaken by a professional legal team experienced in righting wrongs and has been supported by the prayers and financial ...http://freethroughtruth.blogspot.com/2015/04/i-read-this-morning-with-sadness.html

Live Out Divine Mercy DA MIHI ANIMAS - April 12, 2015 ... become familiar with Saint Faustina and the Diary of Mercy. Following will be a brief summary of the major tenets of this doctrine. 1. God is Rich in Mercy . God's greatest attribute/virtue is His mercy. No matter how grave and numerous our sins, God is always ready and willing to forgive us if we simply say: "Jesus I am sorry and forgive me!" In a heartbeat Jesus is ready to forgive even the worst of sinners. St. Paul reminds us with these words: "Where sin abounds the mercy of God abounds ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/04/live-out-divine-mercy.html

Saint Michael De Sanctis: Patron of Cancer Patients CATHOLIC FIRE - April 10, 2015 ... an apprentice with a local merchant. During this apprenticeship, he continued his fervent devotion to the Lord, especially to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. At the age of 12, he joined the Trinitarian Friars at Barcelona, taking his vows at St. Lambert's monastery in Saragosa four years later. Shortly afterwards, Michael expressed a desire to join the reformed group of Trinitarians and was given permission to do so. He went to the Novitiate at Madrid and, after studies at Seville and Salamanca, he ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/04/saint-michael-de-sanctis-patron-of.html

St. Julie Billart: Woman of Serenity CATHOLIC FIRE - April 8, 2015 ... hiding place for loyal priests, which forced her to flee and hide from danger. Throughout her suffering and trials, she steadfastly trusted in God's goodness. Her motto was: "Oh, how good God is!" At the age of 53, Julie and her very good friend, Françoise Blin de Bourdon, along with two other women, made their vows as Sisters of Notre Dame in Amiens, France. The new order was dedicated to the education of the poor as well as young Christian girls and the training of ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/04/st-julie-billart-woman-of-serenity.html

God Loves You UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - April 5, 2015 ... deviate from my usual routine here, in that this post is not directed at my usual readership. Rather, this article is for those of who have stumbled upon this blog accidentally: you who are sitting around this Easter with anxious hearts wondering whether you should become a Christian - or, if you already are a Christian, why you should hang on to your tottering faith. Yes, tottering faith. There are many obstacles to faith in today's world. Modern reductive ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2015/04/god-loves-you.html

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