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Love Begets Love: How Can Something You Love to Do Spread Love to Others? ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - May 22, 2015 Sweet reflection Upon returning home and today too as I write, I can't stop thinking about those wonderful and insightful women and how their daily activities, their "creations," honor our beautiful Creator. What do you love to do? Do you see it as a way of honoring your Creator? Continue reading ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2015/05/love-begets-love-how-can-something-you.html

Reflection: John 21:15-19 THE DOME BLOG - May 22, 2015 John 21:15-19 – 7th Week of Easter Today Jesus asks Peter a difficult question. He asks Simon Peter if he loves Jesus more than "these." I wonder how Peter reacted to this question? Was he upset that Jesus asked this question? Did Peter wonder what Jesus was getting at? Was he concerned that Jesus did not trust that Peter loved him? Regardless of his thoughts or questions, Peter simply answered: "Yes, Lord, you know that I love you!" Jesus then tells Peter: "Feed ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-2115-19.html

Reflection: John 17:11b-19 THE DOME BLOG - May 21, 2015 http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-1711b-19_21.html

Reflection: John 17:11b-19 THE DOME BLOG - May 20, 2015 John 17:11b-19 – 7th Week of Easter Today's Gospel is a loving and tender passage. Jesus is praying for all the people (including us) whom God has entrusted to his care. Jesus realizes that his time on earth is short. He is concerned about the people whom he soon will be leaving. Jesus prays and asks his Father to keep them "in his name." Jesus longs for his "flock" to be protected and safe when he is no longer with them. What a caring and loving shepherd we have! ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-1711b-19.html

Reflection: John 17:1-11a THE DOME BLOG - May 19, 2015 http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-171-11a.html

Reflection: Mark 16:29-33 THE DOME BLOG - May 18, 2015 Mark 16:29-33 – 7th Week of Easter In the Gospel reading for today Jesus continues his preparation of the disciples for His departure from them and from this world. The disciples believe that they completely understand what Jesus is talking about. However, Jesus says to them: "Do you truly believe?" Jesus then predicts that the time will come when they will be so afraid that they will scatter and desert him. And despite their protestations, Jesus realizes that ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-mark-1629-33.html

The Pontifical Council for the Family Presents the Initiative "The Great Mystery: The Gospel of the Family, School of Hu VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - May 18, 2015 ... Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Pontifical Council for the Family, the tenor Andrea Bocelli, and Cardinal Lluis Martinez Sistach, archbishop of Barcelona, the first city to host the event in the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia. Cardinal Martinez Sistach recalled the universal dimension of Barcelona's basilica, which is visited by more than three million people every year, and its wealth of biblical, theological and liturgical symbolism. He emphasised that the initiative of the Pontifical ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-pontifical-council-for-family.html

A Reflection on the "Prayer of the Faithful" at Mass and Why the Intentions Are So Often Disappointing ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON - May 17, 2015 One of the parts of the Ordinary Form of the Mass that was "restored" from antiquity is the "Prayer of the Faithful." However, there is (in this author's mind) a certain disappointing quality to the intentions as they are used today. They are either overly particular and ideological or, at the other end of the spectrum, perfunctory and flat. […]http://blog.adw.org/2015/05/a-reflection-on-the-prayers-of-the-faithful-at-mass-and-why-they-are-so-often-disappointing/

Reflection: Mark 17: 11b-19 THE DOME BLOG - May 17, 2015 Mark 17:11b-19 – 7th Sunday of Easter In today's Gospel Jesus is concerned about his apostles. Jesus realizes that soon He will be leaving them. He loves his disciples deeply and He wants to do all He can to ensure their safety and protection. Thus Jesus prays to His Father and asks God to keep His loved ones "in your name." Jesus hopes and prays that the disciples and God "will be one, just as He and God are one." Jesus also prays for their protection and He asks ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-mark-17-11b-19.html

Reflection: Mark 16:23b-28 THE DOME BLOG - May 16, 2015 Mark 16:23b-28 – Saturday of the 6th Week of Easter Today Jesus tells his disciples: "Whatever you ask the Father for in my name, God will give to you." Now: think back. How many times have you asked God for a grace, a sign or a sense of Jesus' presence with you? How many times did you receive a clear sense of God's presence, grace, or the gift you asked for? Yet, today Jesus clearly says: "Whatever you ask God for, if you ask in the name of Jesus, ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-mark-1623b-28.html

How the Liturgy Opens a Window to Another World KNIGHT OF THE WHITE CROSS - May 16, 2015 ... and demands of its faithful, which, manifest in prohibitions and commandments, are contrary to the beliefs of the secular world. In a church centered mainly on the immediate liturgical encounter with God, these moral demands were related not only to life choices, but were specifically conceived as preparation for full participation in the liturgy. It was the liturgy that specified the goal of morality. The question was: what must I do to attain full communion with the Eucharistic Christ in the ...http://tuitiofidei.blogspot.com/2015/05/how-liturgy-opens-window-to-another.html

Homily for the Seventh Sunday of Easter, May 17, 2015, Year B BIG C CATHOLICS - May 15, 2015 Fr. René J. Butler, M.S. Director, La Salette Shrine Enfield, NH Matthias is chosen. (Click here for today's readings.) NOTE: In New Hampshire, this is the Seventh Sunday of Easter. For the Solemnity of the Ascension, celebrated this day in many other dioceses, see Matthew Coffin's excellent reflection "Why Satan Hates the Ascension of Christ".) And Matthias was never heard fromhttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2015/05/homily-for-seventh-sunday-in-easter-may.html

Reflection: Mark 16:20-23 THE DOME BLOG - May 15, 2015 ... joy. To help his disciples understand, Jesus uses the image of a woman who is in labor with her child. Yes, the labor is difficult and the pain excruciating! However, when her child comes forth from the womb, there is no greater joy! A new life has come into the world! A tremendous gift was born from all that pain! Jesus wants his disciples to know and believe that after their difficult days of his crucifixion and death, new life will come forth for them! Jesus also wants us to know and ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-mark-1620-23.html

Reflection: Mark 16:15-20 THE DOME BLOG - May 14, 2015 http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-mark-1615-20.html

Hope CHILDREN'S ROSARY - May 14, 2015 "May the eyes of your hearts be enlightened, that you may know what is the hope that belongs to His call"(EPH 1:18) This was from the second reading today on the Feast of the Ascension. Some areas of the world transfer the celebration of this Feast to Sunday but here in th Archdiocese of Hartford USA we celebrated it today. Many times in prayerful reflection I have thought if I could use only one word to describe the Children's Rosary ...http://childrensrosary.blogspot.com/2015/05/hope.html

Reflection: John 16:12-15 THE DOME BLOG - May 13, 2015 ... him! What a loss that would ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-1612-15.html

Reflection: John 16:5-11 THE DOME BLOG - May 12, 2015 John 16:5-11 – Tuesday of the Sixth Week of Easter Today Jesus is preparing his disciples for his "leave-taking." As the time for Jesus' ascension and the coming of the Holy Spirit draws near, Jesus begins to prepare his disciples for his leave-taking. Today's Gospel begins in the middle of the conversation that Jesus was having with his disciples. He tells his followers that he is going to the "One who sent Him." Jesus knew that his disciples ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-165-11.html

Pope's Morning Homily: Jesus Gave Us Holy Spirit So We Can Face, Handle All ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - May 11, 2015 Even today, they kill Christians in the name of God, but the Holy Spirit gives the strength to bear witness until martyrdom. Pope Francis made this reflection this morning during his daily Mass at Casa Santa Marta. According to Vatican Radio, the Holy Father spoke on those who kill Christians for believing in an...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/W39p2PUpoJ0/pope-s-morning-homily-jesus-gave-us-holy-spirit-so-we-can-face-handle-all

Reflection: John 15:26-16:4a THE DOME BLOG - May 11, 2015 http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-1526-164a.html

Reflection: John 15:9-17 THE DOME BLOG - May 10, 2015 ... attention. Then take some time to quietly sit with those words for a few moments. In the quiet, have an open mind and heart and wait patiently. Let your word or phrase speak to you. Try not to "think" too much. Rather, listen with your heart! After a time, ask yourself: what is this word or phrase saying to me? Jesus is speaking to you in these few short words. What do you hear him saying to you? Listen with an open mind and heart for 5-10 minutes. Jesus will speak but it may not be in words! ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-159-17.html

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