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The Bread of Reparation (12-18) GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - April 20, 2016 ... (Saint Thomas), in a very special way on this day during a very moving Royal Wedding to THE SON OF MARY in a Garden. Guess what transforms the poisonous BREAD OF DEATH being received by those who call themselves Catholic as they happily commit treason against our Almighty King and His people. Just guess! What incredible wonders. Please note that the lesson still needs a final editing but in the interest of time, here it is for now for you for the sake of all, thanks be to God ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2016/04/the-bread-of-reparation-12-17.html
When the Dead Come to Visit ADAM'S ALE - March 31, 2016 S o, The dead spent the night at my place last night. This is not unusual only for a very small group of people I would imagine. For me it was quite unusual. My over night guest was Fr. Ted. I know his soul is on its journey and all that, but it still seemed kind of rude to leave his body on its own. I was joking with the servers that we were going to sign up to keep vigil with Father all through the night and that they needed to sign up for an hour. ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2016/03/s-o-dead-spent-night-at-my-place-last.html
Jesus: Perfectly Consistent FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - January 31, 2016 ... that I'd be willing to celebrate his 5pm Saturday vigil Mass if he wanted me to. I had done that for him a couple of years ago when I was down there on vacation. Fr. Senk said yes, and so I celebrated and preached at the 5pm liturgy at St. Isabel Church. And it went very well. I "inflicted" on them a homily I had "inflicted" on all of you three years ago, and I'm happy to say they were very receptive to the message (as many of you were when I gave it here). Well, when Mass was over, I ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2016/01/st.html
Christmas Liturgical Duties A WING AND A PRAYER - January 11, 2016 ... my Facebook account. An invitation extended by a former 'blogger who lives there became the start of my more serious interest in Gregorian chant and, by extension, the liturgy. While that flame kindled six years ago may only be an ember now, it really doesn't take much to ignite it again. Proof of that occurred this past Christmas and the weeks leading up to it. While there has been little, if any, opportunity to experience, much less put into practice, what ...http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2016/01/christmas-liturgical-duties.html