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Exciting Bible Stories - The Acts of the Apostles - The Angel Frees Paul CARIBBEAN CATHOLIC - February 26, 2015 ... book of the Acts of the Apostles sounds almost like a Monty Python skit.. if it wasn't a serious story of God's Work and intercessory prayer. Here is the Great Peter – Arrested. Chained. Guarded. Yet he escapes and the guards go " Huh? Where did he go? Have you seen him? No! Have you?" Then he shows up at the door of his friends and the woman who greets him runs away and leaves him at the stoop instead of letting him in. On a serious note, the story shows the power of ...http://caribbeancatholic.blogspot.com/2015/02/exciting-bible-stories-acts-of-apostles_46.html

The Women on the Way of the Cross MY WAY GOD'S WAY - February 26, 2015 ... Dolorosa - the Anguishing Journey It was a harsh masculine world that clamoured for the death of Jesus, judged him to be guilty; and treated His body with barbarous cruelty. And yet Into this same awfulness were injected moments of tenderness and compassion flowing from the hearts of women. I describe them as 'Women on the Way…Mary – His Mother, Veronica and the Daughters of Jerusalem. Isaiah prophesied how Jesus would appear to these women: Is 53 ...http://mywaygodsway.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-women-on-way-of-cross.html

Walking With Mary IN GOD'S COMPANY 2 - February 26, 2015 ... cold , damp interior of the darkened Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, I lingered in prayer at the rock of Calvary. Resting my hand on the cold rock where the noble cross of Jesus Christ stood upright on the first Good Friday, I prayed. Oh, how I poured my heart out! I was in a spiritual place of desolation when I arrived on retreat in the Holy Land having just gone through a big upheaval in my life. Doors closed, paths turned, and the future seemed unclear to me. I ...http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2015/02/walking-with-mary.html

St. Paula Montal Fornés: A Saint to Emulate This Lent CATHOLIC FIRE - February 26, 2015 ... so, discovered her gift for teaching. Denied an education herself, Paula promised God that she would devote her life to the Christian education of girls and young women. Paula believed that women needed an education to prepare them for life. Women in society at that time were treated as subordinate to men, which Paula and her followers perceived as a factor in the breakdown of the family unit and other social maladies. They were determined to advance women and their status in society through ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/02/st-paula-montal-fornes-saint-to-emulate.html

Remembering Our Salesian Protomartyrs DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 25, 2015 ... was soon ready for priestly ordination which took place in 1895. Don Rua appointed him as director of novices at just 23 years of age at Genzano in Rome, a task he carried out for ten years with kindness, firmness and patience. Missionary to China After much insistence from the bishop of Macao, in 1906 six Salesians arrived in China, led by Fr Versiglia. Thus a prophecy of Don Bosco's came true. In Macao he established the Salesian "mother house" and also opened a mission at ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/02/remembering-our-salesian-protomartyrs.html

What the Church Needs to Cope With When Loved Ones Die. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - February 22, 2015 ... people tend to live with a lot more verve and enthusiasm in this life, than to live with an eye for a fullness of life in God. Like the misunderstood proverbial ostrich that seems to stick its head in the sand hoping to have their problems magically disappear, perhaps this is why many also choose not to look death in the face, especially in the face of someone who was deeply loved and cherished in life. By the way, it is a myth that ostriches hide their heads in the sand to ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2015/02/what-church-needs-to-cope-with-when.html

Day Four Consecration to Mary for the 21st Century/A Lenten Journey THE ONE TRUE FAITH - February 21, 2015 Day Four Consecration to Mary for the 21st Century/A Lenten Journey Jean-Francois Millet Artist Saturday after Ash Wednesday Ejaculatory prayer to pray all day, "Come Holy Spirit." First Meditation Pray the Angelus. This is a prayer which is traditionally prayed three times a day (6:00 AM, Noon, 6:00PM), but you may pray it when you can. The practice comes from the twelfth century monastic life. The bells would ring three times a day, and the monks, and ...http://theonetruefaith-faith.blogspot.com/2015/02/day-four-consecration-to-mary-for-21st.html

This Is What Faith Looks Like - Homily - 22 February 2015 SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 21, 2015 ... light a way for you so you don't end up in hell." [8] She is not concerned with exacting vengeance upon them, but is concerned with their salvation. This, my friends, is what faith looks like. Beshir Kamel, the brother of the martyrs Bishoy Astafanus Kamel and Somaily Astafanus Kamel, called his brothers "a badge of honor to Christianity." He also expressed gratitude to the Islamic State, saying, " ISIS gave us more than we asked when they didn't edit out the part where they declared their ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/7LNW_jDYw0g/this-is-what-faith-looks-like-homily-22.html

St. Peter Damian: Monk, Bishop, Cardinal, Reformer, and Doctor of the Church CATHOLIC FIRE - February 21, 2015 ... behavior among the clergy of the time and upheld priestly celibacy. He was illustrious and brilliant, simple and outspoken in his denunciation of all heresies and evils and was a great reformer of the Church in troubled times. His personal example and many writings exercised great influence on religious life in the 11th and 12th centuries. One of his greatest works is the biography of Saint Romuald, the founder of his Order. Pope Stephen IX named Peter a cardinal and Bishop of Ostia. He died ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/02/st-peter-damian-monk-bishop-cardinal.html

Saint of the Day: Monk-Reformer Peter Damian DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 21, 2015 ... brother's surname. Peter excelled in school while also taking up forms of asceticism, such as fasting, wearing a hair shirt, and spending long hours in prayer with an emphasis on reciting the Psalms. He offered hospitality to the poor as a means of serving Christ, and eventually resolved to embrace voluntary poverty himself through the Order of Saint Benedict. The monks he chose to join, in the hermitage of Fonte Avellana, lived out their devotion to the Cross of Christ ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/02/saint-of-day-monk-reformer-peter-damian.html

The Lamentation of Jesus DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 20, 2015 The following comes from the Catholic Exchange: As Jesus walks the Via Dolorosa , among the procession of people, He sees His beloved Mother who is accompanied by John and some holy women of Jerusalem. He gazes at his sorrowful Mother who is humble, silent, resigned and valiant as always. His suffering is mirrored back to Him in the perfect anguish of her maternal heart. We can perceive the lamentation of the Lord as he communicates to His ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-lamentation-of-jesus.html

Thirty Days Prayer to St. Joseph FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - February 19, 2015 ... showed in His obedience to you. I ask it by the perfect love and conformity you showed in accepting the Divine order to depart from this life, and from the company of Jesus and Mary. I ask it by the joy which filled your soul, when the Redeemer of the world, triumphant over death and hell, entered into the possession of His kingdom and led you into it with special honors. I ask it through Mary's glorious Assumption, and through that endless happiness you have with her in the ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2015/02/thirty-days-prayer-to-st-joseph.html

Way of the Cross for Persecuted Christians NUNBLOG - February 19, 2015 Fridays of Lent are days of special focus on the cross, making the Way of the Cross the Friday prayer par excellence. I am posting this on Thursday so that you will have it at the ready no matter what time you choose to pray the Way of the Cross. These meditations come from the Maronite Bishop of Syria, where the way of the Cross is no pious exercise, but a daily sharing in the cup of suffering that even Jesus asked to be spared. "Blessed Are They Who are Persecuted ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2015/02/way-of-cross-for-persecuted-christians.html

One: "Figura Transit in Veritatem: Jesus' Radical Novum DOMINE, DA MIHI HANC AQUAM! - February 19, 2015 ... the Lord came to do is not finished. And it should be ever more starkly clear that the work he has given us to do is unfinished. Though we have work left undone, we are not left undone by the work remaining. In fact, what is finished on the cross is precisely that relationship between God and His creatures that makes what we have left to do here not only possible but complete; that is, the work of evangelization, of preaching and teaching the Word is made possible for us because Christ himself ...http://hancaquam.blogspot.com/2015/02/one-figura-transit-in-veritatem-jesus.html

Love Will Steer Me True: A Conversation With Authors Jane and Ellen Knuth RANDOM ACTS OF MOMNESS - February 18, 2015 ... mother and her adult child, along with two perspectives on faith and culture and letting go. It's real, honest, and touching, and I was delighted to have the chance to talk to both Ellen and Jane about the book. What is the two-sentence description of your book? Jane: This is a true story about women's spiritual journeys told from the perspectives of a mother and daughter . The daughter, Ellen, is working and living in Japan for four years in her mid-twenties, ...http://randomactsofmomness.com/love-will-steer-me-true-a-conversation-with-authors-jane-and-ellen-knuth/

The Closed Triptych Explained ATONEMENTONLINE - February 18, 2015 ... Tecum." The script for this inscription is based on early Gothic capitals of the late 11th century found in manuscripts on the Oxford Collections. With the hearing of the greeting and the assent of the Virgin Mary, Jesus enters into the world. Following the tradition of the Middle Ages, the tiny figure of the Christ is located above the Archangel. Jesus is carrying a scarlet cross signifying His Passion and Death. This figure is the only color found on these panels other that ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-closed-triptych-explained.html

You Can Forget All the Faces of Others, but You Cannot Forget This Face SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 17, 2015 ... brilliance of your face much desired yet hidden. Show us, we pray you, your face ever new, That mirror, mystery laden, of God's infinite mercy. Grant that we may contemplate it With the eyes of our mind and our hearts: The Son's face, radiance of the Father's glory And the imprint of his Nature (cf. Hb 1:3), The human face of God that has burst into history To reveal the horizons of eternity. The silent face of Jesus suffering and risen, When loved and accepted changes the heart and life. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/yIA9kFsJWrI/you-can-forget-all-faces-of-others-but.html

SAINT TIELO IN WALES AND SAINT SCHOLASTICA IN ITALY: TWO MONASTIC SAINTS by Abbot Paul at Llandaff Anglican Cathedral &# MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - February 16, 2015 ... divisions among them. St Teilo, like all Celtic monks, was an inveterate traveller. It's as though they had taken a vow of stability to the open road and wild sea. But Jesus had said, "The Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head," and had sent out his apostles two by two to prepare the way for his coming. On the advent of the yellow plague in 545, St Teilo set sail for Brittany with a group of followers. There he remained for seven years, seven months and seven days, and was befriended by St ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/02/saint-tielo-in-wales-and-saint.html

Healing the Evil of Isolation (Sunday 6B) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - February 15, 2015 ... they've caught the norovirus. When I was a kid, we just called it the flu. But we did our share of throwing up. I remember what my mother used to do. She'd hold my head as I knelt at the toilet bowl. Not saying anything, just holding my head. You might think it's in poor taste to talk about throwing up in a homily. But if the Lord can talk about leprosy—the most repugnant disease of his time—I can get away with it. The reason this memory came to mind today is the ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2015/02/healing-evil-of-isolation-sunday-6b.html

What Would I Do Without Faith? IN GOD'S COMPANY 2 - February 14, 2015 ... that said, "Don't be Afraid, I'll be with you!" A warm feeling entered my head from outside, traveled through like lightening to the end of my toes to my fingers. Instantly, peace came over me. 

If someone said they experienced this, I would have laughed my head off. "Oh, Yeah!!" I was afraid to tell Al, thinking he would send me to the Funny Farm. It was two months later, when I watched a show on spiritual miracles. During WWII, a soldier was in a tank and was petrified that he was going ...http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2015/02/what-would-i-do-without-faith_14.html

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