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The Unmentioned Martin CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 19, 2017 Like many, I first encountered St. Therese of Lisieux on a prayer card. I was a kid and felt fascinated by a saint who did not look much older than I. I read her words about wanting to shower roses from heaven and kept the prayer card tucked into the mirror on my bureau, peeking at it periodically. So when I was older I eagerly picked up The Story of a Soul to further encounter the sweet-faced saint on the prayer card. I confess I did not ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/dEjr3cbEjpc/the-unmentioned-martin

7th Sunday of Easter Year a 2017 HOMILIES OF A JESUIT - June 2, 2017 ... sunken ship, we fail to appreciate what we have for what it truly is. Today is the 3rd of the Novena to the Holy Spirit. Just like the "disappeared" 7th Sunday of Easter when replaced by the Ascension, for many of us, these nine days between Ascension and Pentecost count for nothing. Why? Within a Pelagian framework, notably in a self-made, self-help, self-actualised cosmos, the notion of a "deity" is almost redundant. God for us has truly become "Emmanuel" in the fullest sense of the word. It ...http://homiliesofajesuit.blogspot.com/2017/06/7th-sunday-of-easter-year-2017.html

Our Lady of Fatima ATONEMENTONLINE - May 13, 2017 ... saw a bright, radiant figure appearing over the trees of the Cova da Iria. They saw this figure only as "a Lady," and the "Lady" asked them to pray for the conversion of sinners and for an end to the war. Also, they were told to come back every month, on the 13th. Further apparitions took place on June 13 and July 13. This began to get the attention of large crowds of people, and the local government authorities did not like the idea of people gathering together like this, fearing that the ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/05/our-lady-of-fatima.html

St. Ignatius of Laconi: Man of Charity and Humility JEAN M. HEIMANN - May 11, 2017 The saint of the day for May 11th is St. Ignatius of Laconi, a Capuchin Friar. Born on December 18, 1701 the second of seven children, to a poor Italian farming family, he received the name Francis Ignatius Vincent after St. Francis of Assisi, who had interceded for his safe delivery at birth. In turn, his mother promised the saint that she would name her unborn baby Francis and that he would join the Capuchins as an adult. Vincent was a pious child and loved to go to ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/05/st-ignatius-laconi-man-charity-humility/

Live Today Well, Chapter 10... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - March 29, 2017 Happy book club day everyone! I could really use book club today to cheer me up, as my work week has a been just a wee bit long. Trying to keep my spirits up, and here we are about to sit down for a very serious discussion about detachment. 😂 But we press on. :-) Chapter 10 of our journey together though "Live Today Well" focuses on retiring for the night, and detaching ourselves from earthly worries in favor of an abandonment to God's Will and Providence. So, what ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2017/03/live-today-well-chapter-10.html

Winter . . . Within and Beyond THE WILD REED - March 17, 2017 ... intensely to produce brief snapshots like fleeting glimpses of the hare. . . . Underpinning the poem there is a childhood memory of the first hare I ever saw, killed when we were driving down to Devon one summer. It was soft, gold, almost unmarked, and I remember its great dark eye and a feeling of loss. C rows brought the message to the children of the sun For the return of the buffalo and for a better day to come You can kill my body You can damn my soul for not believing in ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2017/03/winter-within-and-beyond.html

This Disastrous Papacy (Opinion) CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 8, 2017 Something snapped last Friday week, when Pope Francis used the day's Gospel reading as one more opportunity to promote his own view on divorce and remarriage. Condemning hypocrisy and the "logic of casuistry," the Pontiff said that Jesus rejects the approach of legal scholars. True enough. But in his rebuke to the Pharisees, what does Jesus say about marriage? So they are no longer two but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let not man put ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/this-disastrous-papacy-opinion.html

Homily for March 5 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - March 5, 2017 ... responsibilities? Are you tempted to eat or drink - or buy or own - more than you need? Are you tempted to envy and jealousy? Are you tempted to think you know more or you know better than God? Are you tempted to gossip about some juicy tidbit that came your way? Are you tempted to be biased and prejudiced? Are you tempted to sin in your thoughts? in your words? in your deeds? Are you tempted to think you have no temptations? That's the biggest temptation of all! If temptation did arrive ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2017/03/homily-for-march-5_5.html

Ash Wednesday: Ancient Tradition Still Thrives in Modern Times CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 28, 2017 ... day of obligation and ashes do not have to be distributed during a Mass. Almost half of adult Catholics, 45 percent, typically receive ashes — made from the burned and blessed palms of the previous year's Palm Sunday — at Ash Wednesday services, according to the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University. Parish priests say they get more people at church that day than almost any other — excluding Christmas and ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/ash-wednesday-ancient-tradition-still.html

Homily - 26 February 2017 SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 26, 2017 ... Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) Dear brothers and sisters, Each of us knows the truth of the words the Lord Jesus speaks today: "sufficient for a day is its own evil" ( Matthew 6:34 ). Evil, of course, is a privation of the good; where goodness is lacking, there is evil. Because much of our days are often lacking in goodness – whether on our part or on the part of others – we experience evil throughout each day, to one degree or another. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/m1DD35qNP5s/homily-26-february-2017.html

Making Plans for Living Lent 2017 THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - February 25, 2017 ... Church traditionally announces the important dates of the year on Epiphany Sunday. The key one is the solemnity of the Resurrection of Jesus, Easter Day—on April 16 this year. Closely tied to that is the forty-day period of Lent that begins on Ash Wednesday, March 1. Lent's purpose is to reorder the lives of the disciples of Jesus where they went astray. The time-honoured ways to draw nearer to God in Lent are prayer, fasting, and ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2017/02/making-plans-for-living-lent-2017.html

Parishes Aren't Talking About the Epidemic of Domestic Abuse CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 23, 2017 ... He didn't know how to handle it." Another problem is when some priests tell an abuse victim to go to marriage counseling with her husband – which "is not appropriate," Fr. Chuck noted. "She needs domestic violence counseling and he needs perpetrator counseling," he said. "A lot of priests don't know that." Fr. Chuck participated in the symposium on domestic abuse at Catholic University this past summer. Since then he's seen the fruits of the conference, spreading awareness of the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/parishes-arent-talking-about-epidemic.html