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Q and A CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - September 11, 2014 ... visitations to loved ones in hospitals, medical insurance controversies that permit male enhancement without a blink of an eye. I certainly applaud strong moral standards. Sometimes moral standards seem to be in conflict. What seems to be in play for the parade is a sense of fairness versus the appearance of moral unity. This seems difficult to resolve. People who promote support for persons with same-sex attraction are not attempting to persuade others to practice as they do. Indeed, many ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/09/11/q-and-a/
Sadie and a Hail Mary A WOMAN'S PLACE... - September 6, 2014 ... prayer?" and Sadie's little hand immediately shot up and she answered enthusiastically "Prayer is pleasing to God" (her answer kind of surprised me because while prayer is something that we do, it's not something I remember us really going into all the much in our religion course, or in our conversations). Her answer obviously wasn't what they were looking for, and the conversation continued innocently. Prayer is a conversation with God. Prayer is worship. Prayer can express repentance. Then ...http://awomansplaceis.blogspot.com/2014/09/sadie-and-hail-mary.html
Who Is the Greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven? CHILDREN'S ROSARY - August 12, 2014 During a Children's Rosary one of the little ones places a rose before Our Lady and before walking away reaches up to loveingly touch Her. This was the beautiful Gospel read today: The disciples approached Jesus and said, "Who is the greatest in the Kingdom of heaven?" He called a child over, placed it in their midst, and said, "Amen, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will not enter the Kingdom of heaven. Whoever becomes humble ...http://childrensrosary.blogspot.com/2014/08/who-is-greatest-in-kingdom-of-heaven.html
Metropolitan Joseph: "We Have to Build a Monastic Life" BYZANTINE, TEXAS - July 10, 2014 I waited for AFR to supply the transcript before posting. You will see that many of His Eminence's opinions will take the Antiochian Archdiocese in a markedly new direction. ( AFR ) - Archbishop Joseph delivers his inaugural comments at the Parish Life Conference for the Western Diocese of the Antiochian Archdiocese in San Francisco, California, after being named Metropolitan by Patriarch John X and the Holy Synod of Antioch. Good evening. [Good evening.] In the name of ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2014/07/metropolitan-joseph-we-have-to-build.html
Men's Fellowship – Why Do I Need It? CATHOLIC DADS - June 12, 2014 A new group started at my parish in 2010. It wasn't like the other groups that existed. This one had something different. I can't put it into words but there is a power of the Holy Spirit that encompasses our meetings and makes men want to be better. It was founded on this proverb: 'As iron sharpens iron , so man sharpens his fellow man.' -Proverbs 27:17 The Iron Disciples group focuses on our roles as husbands, fathers, and most ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/catholicdads/~3/MIWPhLrojb8/
Speaking in Tongues BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - June 9, 2014 ... the book of prayers formally called the Liturgy of the Hours, which clerics are obliged to pray, but which laity are also encouraged to pray). This is from the "Office of Readings," which features, after several psalms (or one long psalm) are recited, a passage of Scripture, then a non-Biblical text, which might be from one of the Fathers of the Church, from a saint, or a church document as recent as Vatican II. This is from a sermon by an unnamed "sixth century African ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/06/speaking-in-tongues.html
A Tribute to a Wonderfully Kind and Funny Man... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - June 5, 2014 ... to the task when I inherited the library liaison responsibility to the World Civ. course. He always provided me with his assignment and request for instruction in a timely manner. When I arrived at his classroom, he was *always* looking dapper and wearing a jacket and tie. He was supremely cordial and professional. He commanded respect by his presence, and I *never* called him by his first name even in an informal email. He expected his students to do research and write a coherent ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/06/a-tribute-to-wonderfully-kind-and-funny.html