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WHAT ORTHODOX CHRISTIANS CAN LEARN FROM POPE FRANCIS by Andrew F Estocin (plus) a SHORT COMMENTARY. MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - October 15, 2015 http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/10/what-orthodox-christians-can-learn-from.html
Grad School Blues JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - October 9, 2015 http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/10/grad-school-blues.html
16 Practical Tips for Creating & Maintaining Your Daily Prayer Habit QUAECUMQUE - September 19, 2015 ... prayers as you wish. This is just a way to help get things started. 3. Place a framed prayer in plain sight Often we just think about whatever is in front of us, so put some prayers in plain sight by writing them out, and framing them. Then you can hang them on the wall, or use the frames' built-in stand to place them on a flat surface. Some good spots to consider might be near the sink in your kitchen, on your desk, on your nightstand, by the sink in your ...http://qcq.tumblr.com/post/129400733587
Be Merciful to Me, a Sinner YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - September 16, 2015 ... for Every Season , Joyce Rupp, Ave Maria Press, 2000, p. ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/09/be-merciful-to-me-sinner.html
End-Of-Summer Daybook SHOWER OF ROSES - September 8, 2015 ... of the links, then add an item (any item!) to your cart and complete the purchase, I will receive a commission. Thank you! Celebrating the liturgical year... Birthdays are always joyous occasions in families. On September 8th, the Church, the Family of God celebrates the Birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary. We will be celebrating with another cake ! From the kitchen... lots of bananas, rice, applesauce and toast for the little ones and I've been drinking lots of broth. I especially like Pacific ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/mbhWvPUNwYA/end-of-summer-daybook.html
Depression and the Saints DA MIHI ANIMAS - August 20, 2015 ... 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/2015/08/depression-and-saints.html