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Depression and the Saints DA MIHI ANIMAS - May 12, 2016 ... powerful personality—sanctified but not erased by divine grace — often manifested itself in a tendency toward both intense anger and severe depression. St. Augustine rose above these shackles through prayer, sacrifice, and work. Indeed, his responsibilities as bishop and his writings in defense of the Church kept him very busy. Another powerful personality — one also given to feelings of deep restlessness and grief — was possessed by St. Ignatius of Loyola. In his ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/05/depression-and-saints.html
Rediscouver Lent - Matthew Kelly BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 29, 2016 ... Presence of God The Rhythm of Life: An Antidote For Our Busy Age Words from God Our Father Beautiful Mercy Audio by Matthew Kelly from Lighthouse Media: Becoming The Best Version Of Yourself The Best Way To Live Don't Just Try, Train Faith At Work & The Holy Moment The Four Signs Of A Dynamic Catholic - Excerpt The Jesus Question My Spiritual Journey Our Lives Change When Our Habits Change Raising Amazing Children The Seven Levels Of Intimacy The Seven Pillars Of Catholic Spirituality ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/khH6vmKlQOg/rediscouver-lent-matthew-kelly.html
How Mother Angelica and EWTN Saved My Life - March 28, 2016 ... for a living makes no sense, but somehow it's working. I can totally relate to Mother Angelica's statement, "We don't know what we're doing, but we're getting pretty good at it." I know my work will come to an end one day, as will yours. My goal is to make sure that I don't quit due to lack of trust. I pray every day that I will continue to say "Yes", just like Abraham, just like Moses, just like Our Lady, just like Mother Angelica did and just like each of you. Through my two plus years in ...http://www.followingthetruth.com/catholic-speaker-gary-zimak-tribute-to-mother-angelica-and-ewtn/
The Difference Between 'Convicting' and 'Condemning' FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - March 13, 2016 ... earth—which kept his saintly mother on her knees most of the time, praying for his conversion. Well eventually his sinful habits took their toll on him (as sinful habits always do!), and he ended up confused and on the verge of despair. Then one day when he was in the city of Milan with a friend, trying to make sense of his life, he heard a child off in the distance singing a song that he had never heard before. One of the lines in the song really struck him: "Pick it up and read it. ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-difference-between-convicting-and.html
How to Vote As a Catholic! AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - February 29, 2016 ... we must never do, as individuals or as a society, because they are always incompatible with love of God and neighbor. Such actions are so deeply flawed that they are always opposed to the authentic good of persons. These are called "intrinsically evil" actions. They must always be rejected and opposed and must never be supported or condoned. A prime example is the intentional taking of innocent human life, as in abortion and euthanasia." They continue on this same topic: "It is a mistake with ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/02/how-to-vote-as-a-catholic/
Update 2/4 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - February 4, 2016 ... from the Brigham since Sunday afternoon, after just about 72 hours in the hospital for my bariatric surgery. In addition to my thanks for your prayers, messages, emails, cards, support and love I want to offer just a few post-op remarks on my experience First, I praise God from whom all blessings flow. I certainly feel blessed to have such amazing medical science and an expert hospital team within about a half hour of my home. I think of those who have little or no access to ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/02/update-24.html
40 Days, 40 Ways to Grow in Holiness During Lent SEASONS OF GRACE - January 31, 2016 ... year, Lent begins on February 10. If you, like me, have been stalling about "getting ready for Lent," with the expectation that all the prayers and sacrifices and stuff will just fall into place come Ash Wednesday, you might like to take a look at Marcellino D'Ambrosio's book, 40 Days, 40 Ways: A New Look at Lent . It works like this: On each day of Lent, Marcellino suggests one way that you can observe the season. Here's an example, the first entry for Ash Wednesday: Day 1. ...http://kathyschiffer.com/books-film/40-days-40-ways-to-grow-in-holiness-during-lent/