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James 5:12-20, Palm 141:1-3, 8, Mark 10:13-26 WHOM SHALL I SEND? SEND ME LORD - May 21, 2016 ... a speck, but You love me passionately and You draw me into Your infinity and make me one with You. Loving Lord grant that I may never utter a word that could be offensive to You. May the Holy Spirit encompass me every moment of the day and night, so awake or asleep I may never cause You to withdraw from me. If You do I would die. Keep my gaze fixed on You always and do not cast me away from Your Presence for You are my refuge and without You I would be orphaned. Mark 10:13-26 My soul's ...http://whomshallisend.blogspot.com/2016/05/james-512-20-palm-1411-3-8-mark-1013-26.html

Served YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 10, 2016 ... prayer" of Jesus. He speaks as intercessor, with words addressed directly to the Father and not to the disciples, who supposedly only overhear. Yet the prayer is one of petition, for immediate (Jn 17:6–19) and future (Jn 17:20–21) disciples. Many phrases reminiscent of the Lord's Prayer occur. Although still in the world (Jn 17:13), Jesus looks on his earthly ministry as a thing of the past (Jn 17:4, 12). Whereas Jesus has up to ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/05/served.html

Pope Leo XIII and the St. Michael Prayer TEA AT TRIANON - May 8, 2016 From Unveiling the Apocalypse : I would like to recommend an excellent book by Kevin Symonds, titled Pope Leo XIII and the Prayer to St. Michael . This recently published book, which examines the history behind the composition of the Prayer to St. Michael, presents a wealth of scholarly evidence which attests to the authenticity of the vision of Pope Leo XIII. The author has obviously undertaken a painstaking amount of research for this ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2016/05/pope-leo-xiii-and-st-michael-prayer.html

Novena to St. Jude in Financial Woes PER CHRISTUM BLOG - April 26, 2016 ... honest debts. Saint Jude, you know only too well, we are not asking for wealth, if the possession of it is not in accordance with the holy will of God. We beg you only for that immediate assistance which will enable us to meet and satisfy our pressing obligations. We plead with you, dear Jude, to obtain for us the financial assistance we so urgently need in our present troubles. Lord Jesus Christ, at the intercession of St. Jude, have mercy upon us and grant our request as is ...http://blog.ancient-future.net/2016/04/26/novena-to-st-jude-in-financial-woes/

St. George A CATHOLIC LIFE - April 23, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/0SpuvFTju7M/st-george.html

Money Quote From Henry Sire on Impoverishment of Catholic Devotional Life MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - March 9, 2016 ... devotion, Benediction, processions of the Blessed Sacrament, the Forty Hours, the devotion to the Sacred Heart with its domestic prayers and its communions on the first Fridays of the month, the stations of the cross, devotion to Our Lady in all its forms, the praying of the rosary, devotion to the saints with the knowledge of their lives and love of their individual characters, and fostering this all the sodalities and confraternities that gathered the devout into a true community. The ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2016/03/money-quote-from-henry-sire-on.html

St. Katharine Drexel: Model of Charity CATHOLIC FIRE - March 2, 2016 ... dispositions, did not like to be alone, and could not part with luxuries. At that time, the Bishop discouraged her from entering the convent. As a young and wealthy woman, Katharine Drexel made her social debut in 1879. However, after she nursed her stepmother through a three-year terminal illness, Katharine began to realize that all the money her family had could not purchase protection from suffering or death. It was then that her life changed dramatically. As time passed, Katharine became ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/03/st-katharine-drexel-model-of-charity.html

St. Isabelle of France, Princess: Woman of Charity and Humility CATHOLIC FIRE - February 26, 2016 ... deliver me, O Jesus. From the fear of suffering rebukes, deliver me, O Jesus. From the fear of being calumniated, deliver me, O Jesus. From the fear of being forgotten, deliver me, O Jesus. From the fear of being ridiculed, deliver me, O Jesus. From the fear of being wronged, deliver me, O Jesus. From the fear of being suspected, deliver me, O Jesus. That others may be loved more than I, O Jesus, grant me the grace to desire it. That others may be esteemed more than I, grant me the grace to ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/02/st-isabelle-of-france-princess-woman-of.html

Prepared for You From the Foundation of the World YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - February 15, 2016 ... be with the sheep or will we be with the goats? We need to give to God — whom we meet in our neighbor — until these problems go away. Our giving is symbolic of the greater giving that defines the Christian life. As God gave himself entirely to us, so we give ourselves entirely to Him. In the Eucharist, He holds nothing back. He gives us His body, blood, soul and divinity — everything He has. That's the giving we need to imitate. [iii] Have you adopted a cause for Lent to ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/02/prepared-for-you-from-foundation-of.html

Should the Catholic Church Sell St. Peter's Basilica and Give the Money to the Poor? SEASONS OF GRACE - February 13, 2016 ... faithful–grateful for God's beneficent care, and eager to share their appreciation by giving of their blessings–have donated the funds, or contributed the artwork, or supported the artist, with the expectation that their gift will be appreciated and will serve as an inspiration to prayer for future generations. 2. Jesus himself expected that we would honor him with our wealth. Remember the story in Luke 12, when the woman washes Jesus' feet with ...http://kathyschiffer.com/why-do-catholics-do-that/should-the-catholic-church-sell-st-peters-basilica-and-give-the-money-to-the-poor/

Newspaper Column, Who Are You, O Lord? PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - February 11, 2016 Who Are You, O Lord? When St. Francis of Assisi exchanged his life of wealth, comfort, and parties to live a life of fasting, prayer, and living in a cold, damp cave, there was a prayer that he would say literally all night long: "Who are You, O Lord and who am I?" Whether Francis knew it or not, this is a prayer that has been recommended since the early days of Christianity. It will make you quiet inside and hopefully make ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2016/02/newspaper-column-who-are-you-o-lord.html

Lent- A Paradigm of Christian Living A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - February 11, 2016 ... movement of conversion regarding the use of goods. Far from jealously and selfishly keeping material goods for themselves, Christians learn to possess them not as possessing them. They manage their possessions as good stewards, with constant concern for those less fortunate. This is not an occasional practice either. The ideal continues to be relevant at any time there is a need. Primarily, fasting concerns restricting our bodily intake of food and drink. Whatever value is assigned to seasonal ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2016/02/lent-paradigm-of-christian-living.html

St. Agatha, Virgin and Martyr ATONEMENTONLINE - February 4, 2016 ... wealth, and because of the importance of her family, there were many men who sought to marry her. She resisted them all, desiring only a life of prayer and charitable service. There was a man named Quintian, a Roman prefect, who thought his rank and power could force Agatha into a relationship with him. Knowing she was a Christian, and because this was in a time of persecution, he had her arrested and brought to trial. The judge was none other than himself. He ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/02/st-agatha-virgin-and-martyr.html

St. Gilbert of Sempringham ATONEMENTONLINE - February 4, 2016 http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/02/st-gilbert-of-sempringham.html

St. Agatha: Patroness of Those With Breast Cancer CATHOLIC FIRE - February 4, 2016 ... to trick her into coming to him. When she was apprehended, Agatha prayed: "Jesus Christ, Lord of all things, you see my heart, you know my desire-possess alone all that I am. I am your sheep, make me worthy to overcome the devil." She wept, and prayed for courage and strength. Quintianus made advances toward her, and when she refused them, he ordered her to be put into the hands of Aphrodisia, a woman who ran a brothel. Agatha refused to be influenced by the seductiveness of this wicked woman ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/02/st-agatha-patroness-of-those-with.html