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Christ Our Passover Has Been Sacrificed AIRMARIA.COM - April 17, 2014 ... Resurrection in the Easter Vigil He brings His sacrifice to fulfillment and perfection by triumphing definitively over sin and death as He escapes under His own power from the bonds of death. This is the true Passover. And the doors of our homes, that is, our very souls are marked with the blood of the Lamb. We are baptized into the death and resurrection of Christ, and thus our souls are permanently marked with the blood of Christ, and the life we have received can only be sustained by eating ...http://airmaria.com/2014/04/17/christ-our-passover-has-been-sacrificed/

50 Million Names SISTERS OF THE GOSPEL OF LIFE - April 9, 2014 ... abortion (in the US). And so she founded The 50 Million Names Project where anyone is invited to choose a name for one of those lives lost to abortion. It's mantra is; A name is the beginning A name is the beginning of dignity A name is the beginning of healing A name is the beginning of blessing A name is the beginning of relationship. Violence is not the end of the story. Although Charlotte is based in America, we can be inspired and encouraged by her mission here in Britain. We have the ...http://gospeloflifesisters.wordpress.com/2014/04/09/50-million-names/

A Song About Matt Talbot by Paul Lisney ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - April 8, 2014 ... me" 5:00 a.m. Matt's day began with daily Mass After work he'd kneel in church, for hours on end Anything to keep his promise, change his ways And struggling through those 90 days he took the pledge again Gave himself to Jesus through Mary, Mary Read the saints and the Holy Scriptures daily, daily Prayer, fasting, and service like the monks of old He lived a life of solitude amidst a troubled world He never drank another drop And made amends where he could And nourished by the ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-song-about-matt-talbot-by-paul-lisney.html

St. Julie Billart CATHOLIC FIRE - April 8, 2014 ... 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/2014/04/st-julie-billart.html

Fifth Sunday of Lent - Passiontide PRINTED AS PREACHED - April 6, 2014 "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/2014/04/fifth-sunday-of-lent-passiontide.html

Homily for April 6 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - April 6, 2014 Image by Karl Isakson Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Lent ( Scriptures for today's Mass) Audio for homily My father died in 1975. About two years after that, I was home from the parish on my days off, sitting at the kitchen table with my mother and we were talking about my father. I asked her a question I realized was foolish even as the words were coming out of my mouth. I asked, "Mom, do you miss dad?" She told me that though she was grateful his struggle with cancer ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2014/04/homily-for-april-6.html

Homily: The Grace of Lenten Waiting BUKAS PALAD - April 6, 2014 ... with an image of waiting. In their sorrow and pain, Mary and Martha wait for Jesus to come and to comfort them. They wonder when he will come. In fact, they have already waited for his coming to heal Lazarus. For as Martha says, "Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died." But Jesus did not come in time and Lazarus died. Like Mary and Martha, we too might have had similar moments of waiting. We might find ourselves wondering where Jesus is in ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2014/04/homily-grace-of-lenten-waiting.html

Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - April 6, 2014 "Jesus said, "I am the resurrection and the life. Those who believe in me, even though they die, will live." [Jn. 11:25] Brothers and sisters in Christ, death shall not hold captive those who believe in the Lord Jesus. Praise God for the gift of life! Today we are entering the fifth and last week of Lent. This will be followed by "Passion Sunday," (Palm Sunday) and finally the Holy Week that will reach its peak on Easter Sunday. The next two weeks are a ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/04/homily-for-today.html

The Price of Trusting PRAYER ON THE HILL - April 5, 2014 ... must have expressed to one another and close friends their disappointment that Jesus was not around. It must have hurt them to know that it would be a couple of days before he would get there. And why, why couldn't such a close friends who had worked so many miracles, why would he let his friend die? Why? Perhaps each of us has had those moments when a loved one or a close friend has died, ...http://prayeronthehill.blogspot.com/2014/04/from-hermitage-5th-sunday-of-lent.html

Fifth Sunday of Lent: Resurrection of Lazarus GODZDOGZ - April 5, 2014 ... timing of Jesus is strange: who hears of a friend's family emergency and stays where he is? We must admit with honesty that the Lord's timing is not always obviously good. This is more or less what we can take from the dialogue with Mary and Martha who are grieving a deceased Lazarus. The honesty of this part of the Gospel goes with a paraphrased dictum of James Baldwin from his book The Fire Next Time , "The Lord never seems to get there when ...http://godzdogz.op.org/2014/04/fifth-sunday-of-lent-resurrection-of.html

Prince DickWeed. POGUE MAHONE BLOG. - April 5, 2014 The 10 YR old and I have this game where we hide a picture of villain Prince Hans ( who I dubbed "Prince Dickweed") from the movie "Frozen" in eachother's bedrooms every day and the other one has to find him.It's kind of like a scavenger hunt. I also joke that she loves him( although I think she really does have a crush on him because every time I mention him she blushes and giggles) and she jokes that he's my husband. It's this funny little game we have. ...http://impoguemahone.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/prince-dickweed/

7 Quick About to Bloom Takes A MOM FOR LIFE-THE UNCONVENTIONAL FAMILY - April 5, 2014 ... numerous times and ways. Still is! I have written about similar strings of events with much more difficult consequences that have stretched into the present, the worst which have affected my kids. It makes the present a bittersweet affair, but one in which I am learning to grasp how powerful is our God, how merciful, and how present He is in every moment. I am also learning that each day contains in it His will for me to follow, That whatever today brings, I can embrace it and enter into doing ...http://amomforlife-theunconventionalfamily.blogspot.com/2014/04/7-quick-about-to-bloom-takes.html

A Morning With the Catholic Librarian... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - April 3, 2014 Before we get started, have you been following along with Cristina's April A-Z Challenge over at Filling my Prayer Closet ? If you haven't, you should be. :) She's blogging every day this month (except for Sundays) working her way through the alphabet on all Catholic topics. Today is C for Confession. Go check out her eloquent and delightful take on all of these topics. :) Ok, where was I? Yes, my morning. *long suffering sigh* I arrive to my office rushy rushy around 8:30 ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-morning-with-catholic-librarian.html

Prayer, Love, and Fred Phelps A CATHOLIC CITIZEN IN AMERICA - March 23, 2014 Fred Phelps died Wednesday, March 19, 2014, of natural causes. He was 84. He was the "God Hates Fags/God Hates You" pastor. According to a CNN article, quite a few folks called him 'the most hated man in America.' 1 I do not agree with Mr. Phelps' beliefs, and think his followers' habit of disrupting funerals was wrong. But I do not hate Fred Phelps. I'll explain why in a bit. (ABC News, via FoxNews.com, used w/o permission) (Reuters photo, via FoxNews.com, used w/o ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ACatholicCitizenInAmerica/~3/7hP0y7UBJyw/prayer-love-and-fred-phelps.html

Purgatory: The Forgotten Church and the Purgatory Lady IMPRISONED IN MY BONES - March 22, 2014 Recently, Mary at the Beautiful Gate , mentioned that Padre Pio had prayed for his mother to have a happy death after she had already died. That thought just boggles my mind and I have been frequently pondering it. The thought that, with God, there is no yesterday or tomorrow, but only right now, is hard to fathom, and yet, thinking that He could change the past and the future is even more mind-blowing. With God there is so much hope for us all, isn't there? When I ...http://annebender.blogspot.com/2014/03/purgatory-forgotten-church-and.html

What Can I Do? DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - March 21, 2014 ... many are there who do nothing; how many don't worry? "It's just the way it is," they say, or worse: "It's their fault." No, in asking "What can I do" you have truly found the heart of Jesus. Why can't you look in the mirror and truly see yourself, what a beautiful person you are? Jesus came into this world "not to do My will, but the will of our Father." He always asked: "What can I do?" He always acted: "What can I do for another ?" How many in our culture today only ask ...http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2014/03/what-can-i-do.html

CELEBRATING MY 77th BIRTHDAY MARY, OUR MOTHER - March 12, 2014 ... the fire-alarm. To me that was a thrill as the fire engines raced to our apartment and I pointed out to them where to go. Shortly after that I got real sick with rheumatic fever and a heart problem. I spent a long time in hospitals and convalescent homes (I almost died with 107 degree temperature) and missed a lot a school. When I finally came home, I wasn't allowed to do much especially sports. I wanted to be a boy scout in the worse way and they finally let me join but I ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/YVVY/~3/8uoI-6blKfg/celebrating-my-77th-birthday.html

Lost My Way Again CATHOLICMOM.COM - March 9, 2014 Today, I'm pleased to share the following guest post from our friend Sue Minardi, one of the amazingly talented sisters at On This Day Designs . Be sure to check out their beautiful jewelry and gifts at OnThisDayDesigns.com . LMH (While writing this post a song kept going through my head. This song is unknown to you unless you are a member of the Minardi family or an old family friend. Our mother wrote songs of praise which she used in her own ...http://catholicmom.com/2014/03/09/lost-my-way-again/

ACN News - Cruelty and Compassion in Nigeria A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - March 5, 2014 A disabled man from northern Nigeria has spoken of his horror as he was forced to watch extremists carry out a string of atrocities, including the killing of four men and arson attacks that razed a Catholic school to the ground. Staff and students from St. Joseph's Minor Seminary in the small community of Shuwa fled for their lives and hid in a nearby forest when suspected Boko Haram militants stormed into the village with an armored tank, rocket launchers, high caliber ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2014/03/acn-news-cruelty-and-compassion-in.html

The Story of Ash Wednesday DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 5, 2014 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/2014/03/the-story-of-ash-wednesday.html

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