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St. Katharine Drexel ATONEMENTONLINE - March 2, 2015 ... three-year terminal illness, and she saw that all the Drexel money could not buy safety from pain or death. She had read a book about the plight of the American Indians, and how difficult their lives were. Once, when she was on a tour of Europe, she met Pope Leo XIII and she asked him to send more missionaries to Wyoming, where a family friend was the bishop. The pope said to her, "Why don't you become a missionary?" His answer shocked her into considering new ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/03/st-katharine-drexel.html

A Tour of Number Three's Classroom ANA BRAGA-HENEBRY'S JOURNAL - February 24, 2015 Over text, Number Three gave the family a tour of his classroom as he had a bit of time at his school waiting for an evening event. As I went through each photo, editing them for this post, my heart filled with love and gratitude. We mothers pray for our children... insistently, nagging heaven to watch over them, to guide them, to open doors of opportunities that will provide them with their daily needs... but mostly that will teach them the way to heaven. When we traveled ...http://anabragahenebrysjournal.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-tour-of-number-threes-classroom.html

Catholic Church Gets Armenian "Doctor" BYZANTINE, TEXAS - February 24, 2015 ... this way: "Its letters like my body, its message like my soul." He called his book an "encyclopedia of prayer for all nations." It was his hope that it would serve as a guide to prayer for people all over the world. After the advent of movable type, the book was published in Marseille in 1673, and has been translated into at least 30 languages. St. Gregory of Narek is remembered by the Armenian Church in October of each ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2015/02/catholic-church-gets-armenian-doctor.html

Classical Education Can Purge a Multitude of Sins CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 19, 2015 ... Father Nathan Carr, an Anglican priest and the principal of The Academy of Classical Christian Studies. That is a new and most heartening educational initiative—a school now comprising three campuses in and near the city. The Academy is the result of a merger of two schools founded in 2004 by Christian parents who wanted their children to be immersed in the cultural heritage of the west. They knew that the state's schools would not serve. From those ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/9JmD34iaqBA/winning-around

7 Quick Takes to Demonstrate That I Am Still Breathing A MOM FOR LIFE-THE UNCONVENTIONAL FAMILY - February 14, 2015 ... appreciated! We are hosting a Chinese girl who is attending a Catholic high school in Northeast Philadelphia. Unfortunately. she will be moving to a new host home this weekend, because her school is out of range for bus transportation. So, every day, we have been crossing the city with all its regular rush hour traffic, not to mention the ongoing construction on 95. It's my new hangout. Can one have an address that's also a ...http://amomforlife-theunconventionalfamily.blogspot.com/2014/09/7-quick-takes-to-demonstrate-that-i-am.html

Some Notes on the Suppression of Septuagesima, by Amy Welborn NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 10, 2015 ... progress of the liturgical year clearly and not be confused by diverse 'anticipations'... The penitential character of the time of Septuagesima ... is difficult for the faithful to understand without many explanations." And finally, a nice summary of the problem of "organic development," or rather, the lack thereof. ...liturgy develops, and while "organic development" is practically impossible to define, it's also obvious that a handful of scholars from a particular place and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/0iFYBL9umtE/some-notes-on-suppression-of.html

ACN News - Nigeria Goes to the Polls Amidst Fears of Muslim-Christian Conflict A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - February 9, 2015 ... significant, not only for your country, but for all of Africa? Archbishop Kaigama: Due to its sheer size and population, Nigeria is considered a giant in Africa. People everywhere look to the country. Everything has an effect on others, including the negative. Consider the terrorist activity of Boko Haram: It started in Nigeria and spread quickly. Neighboring countries—Cameroon, Niger and Chad—are now also at risk. If the people flee the violence, if many millions were to flee, for ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2015/02/acn-news-nigeria-goes-to-polls-amidst.html

ACTION ITEM! Send Fr. Z Christmas Cards From Around the World – UPDATE FR. Z'S BLOG - February 4, 2015 ORIGINAL Published on: Dec 22, 2014 Do people still send Christmas cards? I have fewer this year than usual. Some one remarked to me, jokingly, that I didn't have a lot of Christmas Cards. First, he couldn't know that and, second, he wasn't being serious. Still, his remark got me thinking. I am not impressed by email Christmas greetings. Not at all. If someone wants to send me Christmas greetings, they can send a card by snail mail. So, let's try something. Send me ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/wMSwZjhpRKc/

Miracles Abound in the Life of Sister Mila ANGELS, WONDERS, AND MIRACLES OF FAITH - February 3, 2015 ... songs in Latin. We saw cracks in the soil, and you know in those cracks we found edible frogs. We could not plant rice, but God gave us frogs. We brought them to the market and sold them." One of the La Salette priests, Father Conrad Blanchet, gave the family a gas-powered well pump so that they could plant rice and irrigate the land. They also watered a neighbor's field. "We were very poor, but my mother and father always shared," she said. "Lots of people who needed food came to our house ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AngelsWondersAndMiraclesOfFaith/~3/R77jlmLuVNY/miracles-abound-in-life-of-sister-mila.html

Moping on Candlemas and Struggling to Be a Light Bearer RAMBLING FOLLOWER - February 2, 2015 ... year. It's been a long cold winter with lots of snow and ice and time to brood. Today I had a day off from school, thanks to the snow and ice. So did our son. I slept until noon today as I am fighting a nasty stomach bug and the sinking feeling I do not fit in the Catholic Church so well. A long talk with my patient priest yesterday was a help, but I can't seem to shake the feeling that church life is not for me. I bought an Ignatius Catholic Study Bible, ...http://ramblingfollower.blogspot.com/2015/02/moping-on-candlemas-and-struggling-to.html

Thinking About Lent 2015 BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - February 1, 2015 ... as I turn 45 for some reason lent has had a greater focus in my thoughts and prayers leading into this holy season. This year I will be doing a few things to focus on body, mind and spiritual development throughout the 40 days of lent. Best Lent Ever - Matthew Kelly Matthew Kelly has a challenge out to make this the best lent ever. And he is begging you not to give up chocolate. Check out his promotional video and sign up for the daily emails throughout Lent! ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/Cg8OpXrHg4Y/thinking-about-lent-2015.html

Celebrate St. Brigid With Simple Stories and Notebooking TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - February 1, 2015 Happy St. Brigid's Feast Day! Several years ago we began to celebrate the feast day of this Patron Saint of Ireland, and, each year, we have done so a little differently. This year, we celebrated over a simple oatmeal-and-topping breakfast. We decorated the table with an image of St. Brigid and two candles, as well as a globe (so we could find Ireland on it.) Then we began breakfast with three prayers : St Brigid, Mary of Ireland, which I ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2015/02/celebrate-st-brigid-with-simple-stories.html

Jan. 31st: SAINT DON BOSCO: PASSION FOR SOULS, ZEAL FOR THE YOUNG ... MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - January 30, 2015 ... the battle of Waterloo and the Congress of Vienna began restoring Europe following bitter years of conflict. During this tumultuous time the Saint of the young and the poor, John Melchior Bosco, was born in a tiny cluster of farm houses called Becchi. His hometown, if such a small arrangement could be given this title, lied approximately 20 miles from the northern city of Turin. During the early to mid-19th century this section of Italy was under Austrian rule and was collectively known as ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/01/jan.html

The Church Triumphant: Spotlight on St. Blaise LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 29, 2015 ... St. Blaise saint doll in commemoration of our efforts. Henry's is painted wood: St. Blaise, created by the talented Gary at St. Luke's Brush And Anne's is felt: St. Blaise, created by Saintly Silver Both dolls have arrived and are ready to go, and we're all excited about getting our throats blessed, but... Well, as things often go in Catholic parenting world, the best laid ritualistic plans often go awry. First, I forgot to pray the novena prayers with them on what should have ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-church-triumphant-spotlight-on-st.html

Spruce Up Your Homeschooling Before Spring MEMORIES OF A CATHOLIC WIFE & MOTHER - January 27, 2015 My daughter's friend, who happened to finish high school a year or two early, shared some tips on how to "spruce up" your homeschooling before spring. Please keep Anna in your prayers. She is trying to obtain a presidential scholarship from a certain Catholic college. If she does so, it will help her family enormously. 5 Ideas to Spruce Up Homeschooling Before Spring As springtime quickly approaches, many homeschooling high-schoolers start ...http://catholicmemories.blogspot.com/2015/01/spruce-up-your-homeschooling-before.html

Catholic Schools Week and Why We Love Them MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - January 26, 2015 This is a repost from last year...feverish kids and an impending snowstorm are my excuses for not writing a new post...forgive me! Two years ago, Phil gave a talk at a church about the importance of Catholic school education. Last year, I wrote about the Seven Reasons we Choose Catholic Schools . Once again Catholic Schools Week is upon us, and I would like to offer an insider's perspective to any of you who are ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2015/01/catholic-schools-week-and-why-we-love.html

Long Live Pope Francis! PRODIGAL CATHOLIC WRITER BY CHARLENE C. DULINE - January 26, 2015 ... prison sentence for stealing money from his parish and the account of a deceased priest - and the bishop who followed, Bishop Libasci, have ignored his pleas for assistance which they promised. Arsenault also was accused of having an affair with a male musician who he wined and dined sumptuously and publicly. We must continue to keep Pope Francis in our prayers. There are those inside the Vatican who would like to see him dead. He is reforming the Curia; managing the Vatican's ...http://prodigalcatholicwriter.blogspot.com/2015/01/long-live-pope-francis.html

Remembering Blessed Laura Vicuña DA MIHI ANIMAS - January 22, 2015 ... explaining the sacrament of marriage during catechetics, Laura began to understand her mother's sinful state, and fainted. She also understood because during the holidays on the farm her mother made her pray in secret, and never went to the sacraments. From then on Laura increased her prayers and sacrifices for her mother's conversion. During the holidays in 1902 Manuel Mora threatened Laura's virtue; she firmly refused him, sending him into a rage. She went back to ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/01/remembering-blessed-laura-vicuna.html

Embracing the Ordinary MORE THAN ENOUGH - January 20, 2015 ... because our pastor is leading a pilgrimage in the Holy Land. As part of Father's homily, he explained something about Ordinary Time that I had never heard before but that really changed my perspective on this ordinary season. As I already knew, he explained that Epiphany is about the manifestation of Jesus to the entire world. Every year, during the seasons of Christmas and Epiphany, we get the chance to renew our belief in who Jesus is and why He came into this world as a ...http://morethanenough7.blogspot.com/2015/01/embracing-ordinary.html

Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi COMMUNIO - January 20, 2015 ... eyes. He is Nigeria's patron saint. Born to non-Christian parents in September 1903, Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi was born in Aguleri, Anambra State, Nigeria. In 1909, he was sent to live with his uncle who was a Christian gave him an education. He was baptised 3 years later by Irish missionaries. Tansi was a diligent student with a precocious personality and deep pi ety. He worked as a teacher for 3 years and later served as a headmaster of St. Joseph's school for one ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/01/blessed-cyprian-michael-iwene-tansi/

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