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"The Zeal to Spread the Sacred Fire" CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - May 29, 2017 ... of St. Michael Catholic High School. I am guessing the picture reflects Portier in his later years, as he is a bit heavier than was probable given the demands of his early life as bishop. He was born in 1795 in France, and came to the United States to become a priest in 1817. He was ordained at the age of 25, made "Vicar Apostolic" of Florida and Alabama at 32, and named bishop of Alabama and Florida at the age of 34. Our diocese began with him as our first ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-zeal-to-spread-sacred-fire.html

The Four Keys to Being a Disciple (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - May 21, 2017 ... you recall, the second goal is "Making more disciples." Listening to the readings, that seems a good topic to explore this week. The word "disciple" means one who is taught; but it's more than what happens when you're a student at RHS or college. You go to school, you put in your time, maybe you have homework – but you can't wait till you're finished. If that's your idea of how to follow Jesus, you're doing it wrong. Jesus' disciples went where he went, they lived with ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-four-keys-to-being-disciple-sunday.html

The Judas Question. TIME FOR REFLECTIONS - April 11, 2017 ... Catholic Faith. Father Ignatius was convinced that the hot drinks and cakes were the main attraction; but he was assured this was not the case. His curve ball came from a young lady sitting at the front. "Father," she said, "I can't help feeling sorry for Judas. What chance did he really have? He had to betray Jesus; because if he didn't do so, he'd be going against God's will. So what choice or free will did Judas have?" The priest put down his cup of coffee ...http://timeforreflections.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-judas-question.html