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Oil That Heals IN GOD'S COMPANY 2 - April 15, 2014 ... the intercession of Padre Pio," said another viewer, Don Marrandino, of Brigantine, New Jersey. "About five years ago a man in his late thirties overdosed on drugs and was pronounced brain dead in the Atlantic City Medical Center. When I visited him it was ten days since his parents were told that he was 'brain dead.' I laid hands on his forehead and prayed for Padre Pio's intercession. Within a day or two I was told that he came out of the coma and had brain activity. He was sent to Moss ...http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2014/04/oil-that-heals.html

QB Jim Kelly: "There Is No Way I'd Be Here Without My Faith" GW CATHOLIC Q & A - April 9, 2014 ... worse. As is humor. Last June, doctors removed part of his cancerous upper jaw, made a prosthesis of six fake teeth and bone, and fastened it into the hole left by the surgery. They grafted a rectangle of skin from his upper left leg to replace the skin that was lost on the roof of his mouth. The prosthesis works like a giant retainer; Kelly can remove it, and he looks like an old man without his front teeth when it's out. "Have you met JK Swag?" Jill said Saturday afternoon. ...http://gwcatholicforum.blogspot.com/2014/04/qb-jim-kelly-there-is-no-way-id-be-here.html

Prince DickWeed. POGUE MAHONE BLOG. - April 5, 2014 ... many times…..and yet now she's so quick to dismiss me over this and just toss me away when I was just worried about her baby(esp. after so many miscarriages before)….I just don't get some people and they're so quick to block people over every little thing and throw friendships away like that…it really hurts. My hubby and mother also hate it and berate me for always harping on everything, nagging and nattering all the time, but no one ever listens to me, does what I say, pays ...http://impoguemahone.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/prince-dickweed/

7 Quick Takes, Middle of Lent Edition FAMILY IN FEAST AND FERIA - March 28, 2014 ... Lent, because there is a station church for each day of Lent. Fantastic! It has photos done by his son Stephen, some are color, some are black and white. The art and architectural history is written by Elizabeth Levy. I just realized she writes occasionally for the Magnificat in the back section that features the art. It is a very big book, but SOOOO good! Keeping it simple and posting early. Amazing! Join Jen for other 7 Quick Takes ! Filed under: Blogging Stuff , Seven Quick ...http://familyfeastandferia.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/7-quick-takes-middle-of-lent-edition/

{Seven Quick Takes} at the End of a Quiet Week... SHOWER OF ROSES - March 14, 2014 ... have left it at that and not tried to squeeze in another marathon grocery shopping trip (Costco, Trader Joe's and Natural Grocers) following adoration... At least we had plenty of food in the house while I was sick in bed! :) — 5 — It's raining again this morning, but we've been enjoying beautiful Spring weather all week and the children have been spending every afternoon outdoors! — 6 — Sour or Not Sour? Chemistry (Affiliate link) experiments are so much fun with this ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/Mkicp6GMhlc/seven-quick-takes-at-end-of-quiet-week.html

Lord, on the Day I Called for Help, You Answered Me. BAHAMA CATHOLIC GUY - March 13, 2014 ... reflection on her life changing experience through her encounter with God. While on a vacation trip to Florida she became ill and ended up in the hospital; she ended up having surgery while there. While recovering out of hospital and still away from home the wound developed an infection thus sending her back to the hospital. She tells us that she was in ICU for 42 days not knowing what was going on or that she was even there (it lead me to believe that she was ...http://www.bahamacatholic.com/2014/03/lord-on-day-i-called-for-help-you.html

Dear Friends, Patrons and Benefactors:As Many Of... THE LION & THE CARDINAL - March 13, 2014 ... delivered now, his or her survival would be possible but unlikely. The likelihood of the baby's survival increases with every passing day and week of gestation. In the best scenario that we can imagine, the baby will remain in utero for some time, be delivered without surgery, receive baptism shortly after birth, survive and grow healthily. This particular hospital has made high-risk pregnancies one of their specialties, and has one of the best reputed neonatal intensive ...http://www.danielmitsui.com/hieronymus/index.blog?entry_id=2323321

Minutes – March 11, 2014 KEEPING THE FAITH - March 11, 2014 ::faithful - Prayers of THANKSGIVING!!! I had my first post-surgery mid-chemo CT Scan last week, and it was CLEAR!! No obvious cancer growing anywhere in my body!! Happy Dancing at the Pea House! ::creative - Halfway through the spring cap, so I started a pair of socks. Because knitters are just silly that way. ::Kill All the Cells! – I'm getting more tired, and it takes a little longer to recover after each dose of the chemotherapy. I'm halfway ...http://angelapea.com/2014/03/11/minutes-march-11-2014/

Wishing Hoping Thinking {7qt} DISIS - February 28, 2014 http://d-isis.blogspot.com/2014/02/wishing-hoping-thinking-7qt.html

Prayer Request SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - February 25, 2014 If you could, in your charity, remember my father in your prayers, I would greatly appreciate it. He will undergo surgery to remove a cancerous tumor on Thursday. God bless you for your kindness.http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2014/02/prayer-request.html

Touched YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - February 10, 2014 ... emotion. People can be moved by a hug, an embrace. However, they also can be stirred by the beauty of a song, a landscape or other artwork, or a speech or sermon well delivered. Sickness does not heal itself. Sometimes an illness may run its course but most times, it needs some outside intervention. Medicine. Surgery. Massage. Food. Water. The body needs to be strengthened to overcome whatever ails it. Loneliness does not heal itself, either. The answer to loneliness is ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/02/touched.html

Sanity Savers THE SACRED SINK - February 9, 2014 ... into white and gray grace. All the earth proclaims the greatness of God! As for us, you delight in our eyes with your white-silver palette and never forget to keep us warm and safe in the shelter-fire of Love Incarnate. Winter song fills our hearts. With delight we breathe this deep, cool grace of another marvelous day. For you are always near, White Grace. Surround our hearts. May we see beyond ice to fire. Amen. (From: Celebrating Saints and Seasons by Jeanne ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BrookesBabyPage/~3/VGFKsWKbpmQ/sanity-savers.html

Anastasius of Sinai: The Church of God Is a Surgery ENLARGING THE HEART - February 6, 2014 Do you not know that the Church of God is a surgery and a harbor? Now, if you remain in a surgery ailing and unhealed, when, henceforth, will you be cured? And if you are tempest-tossed in a harbor, where, hereafter, will you find rest? Stand with reverence, I implore you. Stand with awe at the fearful hour of the Anaphora ; for with whatever attitude and thoughts each of you attends at that hour, such also is the frame of mind in which he offers worship to ...http://enlargingtheheart.wordpress.com/2014/02/06/anastasius-of-sinai-the-church-of-god-is-a-surgery/

Surrendering to Suffering CATHOLICMOM.COM - January 31, 2014 ... have to learn to ask for it and then you have to take the help. I had to have surgery recently and because of it, I have had to sit back and let others do for me what I would normally do for myself. I hate being incapacitated. I especially hate relying on anyone to do something for me, because (yes, this is very control-freakish thing) they won't do it the way that I would do it. I was really surprised by the level of disability I would experience in those first few days after ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Catholicmomcom/~3/pH9_syQyFWU/

Newspaper Column, Discovering God and Ourselves: Part II, Opening Our Soul PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - January 25, 2014 ... food and take a pill or have surgery. Spiritually, we want to go the church twice per year and go to heaven when we die, but the truth is that healing usually involves a different path, both physically and spiritually, and it is better if we have a relationship with our healer. This is one reason why we pray. We need relationship and union with Christ, our healer. What does this mean and what does this look like? Our Biblical example is marriage. In your relationship with your ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2014/01/newspaper-column-discovering-god-and.html

Survey Shows Catholic Priests Don't Like Mass Changes CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 21, 2014 ... that they're accustomed to, and that seemed likely to be the case when the Vatican ordered revisions to the familiar prayers and rubrics of the Catholic Mass. But now, more than a year after the changes took effect in U.S. parishes, a survey of American priests shows that they are more disturbed by the innovations than their flocks. In fact, the poll, conducted by researchers at St. John's University School of Theology-Seminary in Collegeville, Minn., showed that almost 60 ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/01/survey-shows-catholic-priests-dont-like.html

7 Quick Takes — Another Recovery Friday Edition FAMILY IN FEAST AND FERIA - January 17, 2014 ... mounting from the surgery…. 3. I have a new post on Catholic Culture Liturgical Year Blog concerning whether Candlemas is or isn't part of the Christmas season. I admit it's a pet peeve of mine when people say they are following the old tradition of the Christmas season lasting until Candlemas. I realize it's just a poor choice of words, but I don't like inaccurate portrayals of the Liturgical Year, past or present. I know, I know, this is when you tell me this is not ...https://familyfeastandferia.wordpress.com/2014/01/17/7-quick-takes-another-recovery-friday-edition/

Some Friends to Keep in Mind... BLAZING CAT FUR - January 15, 2014 Longtime commenter Revnant Dream has suffered a heart attack and is in recovery after undergoing a procedure. LRC's Dad had Bypass surgery today. Your prayers are appreciated.http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/NWSav/~3/TiM6SyFUeWo/some-friends-to-keep-in-mind.html

Celebrating a Life CREO EN DIOS! - January 14, 2014 ... quality of John's I most loved was his capacity for delight. By "delight" I mean something more than simply enjoying things; we all enjoy lots of things. But John experienced the kind of enjoyment that, I think, requires the retention of a childlike sense of wonder, something that for so many people gets buried under the weight of sophistication, seriousness of purpose and wordly achievement. John never lost his childlike wonder and it allowed him to experience an incredible delight in so many ...http://susanjoan.wordpress.com/2014/01/14/celebrating-a-life-2/

7 Quick Takes Friday {Take 26} in Which Tiffany Prepares to Feel Very Sorry for Herself... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 10, 2014 ... while I'm typing. I'm dreading it, and am currently throwing a huge pity party for myself. The IV anesthesia cost an untypeable amount of money, so needless to say I'm not going to be getting any of that. I will get Novacaine plus a prescription for something that is supposed to make me loopy. Yes, Mike is driving me back and forth to this shindig. :0 I'm taking the entire week off from work since I just don't know when I'll feel up to being around and about. I'm hoping to be fine really right ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/01/7-quick-takes-friday-take-26-in-which.html

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