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Review: Gifts From Our Father--A Catholic Prayer Book for Kids THIS THAT AND THE OTHER THING - November 25, 2015 ... and, as appropriate, the Mass gets several pages. Eucharistic Adoration is described and the Amina Christi and The Divine Praises are printed. The Rosary, its prayers, mysteries and promises take up five pages. The Memorare, the Ten Commandments and the Beatitudes come next. The section on the Communion of Saints describes the canonization process, talks about living a holy life and then describes several saints and gives prayers of others. The book is printed on high-quality glossy paper and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/ngaR/~3/ZY6fec9DdZQ/review-gifts-from-our-father-catholic.html
To Poets, Then SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - October 29, 2015 My sincere gratitude goes out to reader Alison for pointing out this post over at The Sensible Bond . It is beautiful. The blogger quotes from Georges Bernanos: Phariseeism is a particular kind of crime that cruelly tests the patience of the saints, while merely making poor Christians like me either bitter or disgusted. But I do not trust my indignation or my disgust: indignation never saved anybody and it has probably led to the loss of many souls. All ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2015/10/to-poets-then.html
Be in Heaven THE CLOISTERED HEART - September 24, 2015 Melanie at Association of Catholic Women Bloggers and Joy of Nine has tagged this blog for a three day challenge of sharing quotes. With gratitude, I begin with the above from St. John Bosco, and I nominate the following bloggers for if and when they may feel drawn to share something. I chose to put my first offering in a graphic, but quotes can be shared however we wish. The rules of this challenge: Post one quotation a day for three ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2015/09/be-in-heaven.html
Bluster, Distortion and the Truth EST QUOD EST - August 3, 2015 ... our discussions of the matter. Such arguments are prudential, and the Church does not pretend to have the competence to answer them; if it did, we should simply ask Pope Francis to use his infallible authority to draw up the U.S. budget every year. As we always say here, read the whole thing . This discussion in this article represents the most sensible approach to tackling the sensitive subject of immigration and avoiding both extremes in the debate. By the way, here's a good link for anyone ...http://contrapauli.blogspot.com/2015/08/bluster-distortion-and-truth.html