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On Account of My Name YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 20, 2017 ... radio or open a publication and the ads will overflow. These ads try to sell you new electronic gear to make your life more fulfilled. Give you discounts so you will spend more money at a particular retailer. Pump up your ego so you will buy the finest champagne so you can "celebrate with the greatest." Rent this beach hour to escape "rush hour." Jesus never took Marketing 101. Here in the Last Supper Discourse, the promises he makes are not likely to win any Addy Awards for creativity. Maybe ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/05/on-account-of-my-name.html

Thank You Pope Francis CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC CORNER - May 20, 2017 ... very dear friend to Huntington's disease . She was only 40 years old. Quote: "Huntington's Disease is a genetic disorder that affects between 5 and 10 people per 100 thousand on average, worldwide – though the prevalence of the disease varies greatly from place to place, with the prevalence in much of Asia at 1 per 1 million, while in the Lake Maracaibo region of Venezuela the prevalence is as high as 700 per 100 thousand people. The onset of the disease typically comes ...http://connecticutcatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2017/05/thank-you-pope-francis.html

May 15, 2017 Happy Mother's Day greetings, one day after the event. ... FRANCISCAN SISTERS OF LITTLE FALLS: LIFE AT THE CONVENT - May 16, 2017 ... died in 1175. He was canonized March 12, 1622. Saint Isidore, pray for us and give us a good growing season and a good harvest. Saturday was the funeral for Jim Hein, a Secular Franciscan and a dear friend. Mary Larson, from Brainerd, picked me up Saturday morning and took me along to Menahga, MN for the funeral. Jim did much for the revitalization of the Secular Franciscan Order here in central Minnesota. We will be having an "All Community Gathering" ...http://smarylou.blogspot.com/2017/05/may-15-2017-happy-mothers-day-greetings.html

Why Did Jesus Have to Die Such a Brutal Death? THE MARCO MINUTE - May 3, 2017 ... have any compelling arguments. Inwardly I also agreed with my friend's assessment If God was truly omnipotent couldn't he find a more benign, less gruesome tactic of salvation? How can God be God if he allows his son and his subjects to undergo the things that they are most afraid of? After much prayer and reflection I came up with these two primary ways to understand Jesus' crucifixion. These answers are by no means exhaustive, for a more through presentation ...http://marcominute.blogspot.com/2017/05/why-did-jesus-have-to-die-such-brutal.html

St. Athanasius: Hero in the Battle Against Arianism JEAN M. HEIMANN - May 2, 2017 ... 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://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/05/st-athanasius-hero-battle-arianism/

The Road to Emmaus SPIRITUAL DEVOTIONAL - May 1, 2017 ... in deed and word before God and all the people. But we were hoping that He would be the one to redeem Israel. Some women from our group, however, have astounded us; they came back and reported that they had indeed seen a vision of angels who announced that He was alive.' And He said to them, 'Oh, how foolish you are! How slow of heart to believe all that the prophets spoke!' " --[ Luke 24: 13-55]. If you have read all of the Bible, or even most of it, you may well have ...http://spiritualdevotional.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-road-to-emmaus.html

Loving Loving DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - April 14, 2017 ... willingly accepted all of these things, things that I fear. And yet, despite all His humiliations --- a God willingly accepting humiliations --- He did it so that others may increase, …be chosen, …be praised, …be preferred, …be holier --- He willingly suffered these most horrible humiliations and death, as He thought on how much He loved me. Those words (above) are not just words praying for humility, they are words praying to learn how to love. I had lots of thoughts ...http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2017/04/loving-loving.html

5th Sunday of Lent Year a 2017 HOMILIES OF A JESUIT - April 6, 2017 ... omitted by the Gospel. Lazarus died, again. If not soon enough, perhaps at a ripe old age. The raising of Lazarus is NOT the Resurrection. One can possibly characterise it as a reanimation of a lifeless corpse. He came back to life but not to everlasting life. We instinctively desire an everlasting life, not the reanimation granted to Lazarus. And this enthusiasm for everlasting life is best illustrated by the possibility afforded to those who can afford ...http://homiliesofajesuit.blogspot.com/2017/04/5th-sunday-of-lent-year-2017.html

Fifth Week of Lent PRINTED AS PREACHED - April 3, 2017 "Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died". If seems like the ultimate guilt trip. Was Christ responsible for the death of Lazarus? We know, intellectually the answer. But when someone is stricken with grief, shock, disappointment and even anger, we have often heard people say things like, "If there is a God, why does he allow suffering. Why did God allow such and such a person to die? Where is God when you need him most?" The greater one's love for ...http://printedaspreached.blogspot.com/2017/04/fifth-week-of-lent.html

Forced Penance BACK BAY VIEW - March 30, 2017 ... stop sign. I didn't even realize I did it; I wasn't in a hurry. I wasn't intentionally thinking, "Oh, good, no one's coming, I'll just go." It was just morning. Then the pilot light on the stove was not igniting the gas again. I decided I could just clean out the lighter with a paper clip like the repair guy did when he came. But the little pilot clicker didn't hold still - it ducked into the stove top. I'll just take off the stove top, I thought. This is nigh impossible. When the way to ...http://backbayview.blogspot.com/2017/03/forced-penance.html

In Memory of Father James Flanagan, SOLT - One Year Later FATHER JASON WORTHLEY - March 24, 2017 I remember it like it was yesterday. I was attending a really nice event of music and prayer with LIFT Ministries in March 2016. Many priests were hearing confessions. Fr. Matt Williams was leading the people in prayer. Jon Niven and his band were playing some really nice music, leading the young people in praising God. And then my cell phone rang. Actually, I had my phone with me because I was on-call for the local hospital. Otherwise I would not have had ...http://fatherworthley.blogspot.com/2017/03/i-remember-it-like-it-was-yesterday.html

St. Seraphina: Patron of the Poor and the Physically Challenged JEAN M. HEIMANN - March 13, 2017 Today's saint, St. Seraphina, also known as Fina, is a great inspiration for those who suffer from poverty and illness, especially young people. She is the patron of the disabled and those who are physically challenged. Seraphina was born to a poor family in San Gimignano, Tuscany, Italy in 1238. Her father died when she was very young and her widowed mother went to work, leaving her alone at home. She was an attractive girl with a ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/03/st-seraphina-patron-poor-physically-challenged/

Saint Frances of Rome, Wife, Mother & Benedictine Oblate BIG C CATHOLICS - March 8, 2017 ... these holy people have been almost exclusively those who were ordained or were vowed members of a religious community. Indeed, many were, but that doesn't mean that the path to sanctity lies only in this direction. One need only look at the life of St. Frances of Rome to see a powerful example of how Jesus can be "carried to the world" by anyone who follows His will in whatever life circumstances God has set before them. Frances was born into ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/saint-frances-of-rome-wife-mother.html

Una's Requiem Mass MARY AND JOSEPH'S GEM - March 7, 2017 As readers of this blog and parishioners will know Una KRoll died on 6th January 2017. In accordance with her wishes her funeral service took place at East Lancashire Crematorium on 3rd February. Again, in accordance with Una's wishes I offered a Requiem Mass for her on 10th February. This was attended by a small number of parishioners and a good number of her friends whom she had worked alongside over the years. Below is the homily I preached at the Requiem Mass Whenever I ...http://mariesgem.blogspot.com/2017/03/unas-requiem-mass.html

Thailand : Fr. Pelosin, a PIME Missionary Among Children and Abandoned Elderly of the Slums CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 3, 2017 ... his 71 years (March 1) was re-elected by the Thai missionary Society as superior for another 6 years. In his Easter Letter Father Pelosin said that "this year we have 17 member priests, two associated priests and 10 candidates in the Major Seminary. On March 6, I will go to Taiwan to agree with the bishop of Hunshu to open a new mission in the diocese. Also we will increase the mission in Laos and Cambodia. Here in the parish of Saint Mark in Pathumthani we opened two small centers amid the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/thailand-fr-pelosin-pime-missionary.html

Late Bishop's Little Black Book Provides Many With Lenten Inspiration CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 3, 2017 Every year, Catholics look for ways to observe the 40 days of Lent. Finding inspiration for prayer — one of the three Lenten faith traditions, along with fasting and almsgiving — is a top priority and one favorite source for many is the Little Black Book. Now in its 17th year of publication, the Little Black Book has its origins in the Diocese of Saginaw and was the idea of Saginaw's bishop, the late Bishop Kenneth E. Untener. A gifted homilist ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/late-bishops-little-black-book-provides.html

Saint Katharine Drexel, Missionary and Foundress BIG C CATHOLICS - March 2, 2017 ... States celebrate the optional memorial of Saint Katharine Drexel (1858–1955), the 20th century sister, missionary and educator who ministered to the marginalized in the United States, especially the Native American and African American communities. In 1891, she, and a small cadre of her fellow nuns established the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People. The Order operated mission schools in the West and the South. Katharine Drexel was born in ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/saint-katharine-drexel-missionary-and.html

Mar 1 - Ash Wednesday FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - March 1, 2017 ... relaxing quietly within ourselves – being with our God – our Teacher – our Redeemer – our Friend – to see what we can see, to hear what we can hear – about how much God loves us, how much God wants to meet our every need, how much God wants to heal us, soothe us, and calm our every fear, how our sins can be forgiven, and how heaven can be our goal. Fasting : can be summed up as the activity of reflective giving space to God in our hearts ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/03/mar-1-ash-wednesday.html

The Story of Ash Wednesday DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 1, 2017 The following comes from The Catholic Exchange: Q: A Protestant friend asked me why Catholics use ashes on Ash Wednesday. What are the origins of Ash Wednesday and the use of ashes? The liturgical use of ashes originates in Old Testament times. Ashes symbolized mourning, mortality and penance. For instance, in the Book of Esther, Mordecai put on sackcloth and ashes when he heard of the decree of King Ahasuerus (or Xerxes, 485-464BC) of Persia to kill all of the Jewish people ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-story-of-ash-wednesday.html

"We Come to Bid Our Farewell in This Earthly Life to Cardinal Desmond Connell" CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 25, 2017 ... this Chair or Cathedra which is the symbol of the teaching role of the bishop." Describing Cardinal Connell as an "untiring preacher", he noted that he had written over 20 pastoral letters, all focused on what is most central in the life of a Christian and the Christian community. Cardinal Connell, he said, was a man of prayer, that deep prayer which sought to understand the profundity of the mystery of God's love which is revealed in Jesus Christ. Addressing ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/we-come-to-bid-our-farewell-in-this.html

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