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Eucharistic Reflection - Stay With Me! HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - August 23, 2016 ... the day is now far spent. There will be no more visitors for Me today, none through the long hours of the night. Stay with Me because it is towards evening (From Coram Sanctissimo by Mother Mary ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/08/eucharistic-reflection-stay-with-me.html

Reflection: Matthew 23:23-26 THE DOME BLOG - August 23, 2016 Tuesday of the Twenty-First Week in Ordinary Time - Matthew 23:23-26 Today the opening words of the Gospel are: "Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites!" Once again Jesus does not mince any words with these supposed religious leaders. And even though the Pharisees tithed and kept the law as they were required to do, Jesus soundly criticizes these pious men for neglecting the essential and important aspects of the law: judgment, mercy, and fidelity. He ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-2323-26.html

Complete 30-Day Prayer Journal Challenge Outline. ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - August 22, 2016 ... about my feelings? (My Advice is to use your feelings as key words and list the key words in your journal for future reference; this applies to all verse questions.) Where was I weak today? What advice does the Bible give about overcoming my weakness? What is God's Message today? At the end of week one you write a reflection and Prayer to carry you into the next week. Week 2 Questions How Do I feel today? What does the Bible ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/08/complete-30-day-prayer-journal.html

Reflection: Matthew 23:13-22 THE DOME BLOG - August 22, 2016 Monday of the 21st Week in Ordinary Time - Matthew 23:13-22 Today's Gospel is really a downer! It is the passage in which Jesus berates the scribes and the Pharisees and accuses them of being hypocrites. They act holy, but they often take advantage of the individuals who have much less than they do. Their actions do not always exemplify what they preach. All of us have a Pharisee within us. It would be wonderful if we always practiced what we preached. However, the reality ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-2313-22.html

Reflection: Luke 13:22-30 THE DOME BLOG - August 21, 2016 21 st Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 13:22-30 The Gospel today begins with someone in the crowd asking Jesus if only select people will be saved. In differing situations, we might hear conversations or homilies about being saved. Ask yourself: do you worry about "being saved?" If so, what is the source of your anxiety? What does it stem from? Does it come from not being perfect? Or do you worry about some choices you made in the past that were not good for you or for the ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-luke-1322-30.html

Reflection for the 21st Week in Ordinary Time, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - August 21, 2016 ... time or made the effort to get to know Who God really is. Perhaps we are feeling weak and insecure and fearful and troubled. God knows all of this. He understands. And He waits for us. He won't force Himself on us, for He respects our free will, but He does pour out His grace upon us that we may turn to Him and recognize that His love and care are always true and constant. Wednesday – Come and See "Come and see." Philip extended this invitation to Nathanael, for Philip had discovered ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-for-21st-week-in-ordinary.html

God Seems Far Away REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - August 20, 2016 My reflection today is triggered by Karl Rahner who talks about how our hearts can be so inert, tired, worn out with everyday things. God may seem far away; we can feel incapable of loving as Jesus asks us to love - "Love one another as I have loved you"! Well, we cannot love as Jesus asks unless we seek this love from Him. We must pray for this love and God will answer our prayer by pouring out this love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit. God must ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/08/god-seems-far-away.html

Reflection: Matthew 23:1-12 THE DOME BLOG - August 20, 2016 ... them. The reality is that for most of us life is mundane, repetitive and perhaps boring. I assume that most of the time, we typically are not saving someone's life, working with inner city children or serving as a missionary in a third world country. Yet, we all have daily opportunities to "do good" in our own way in our personal, social, and professional lives. For us, these acts may seem trivial or insignificant. However, if these acts of good are done with love and care, they likely will be ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-231-12.html

Reflection: Matthew 22:34-40 THE DOME BLOG - August 19, 2016 Friday of the Twentieth Week of Ordinary Time - Matthew 22:34-40 Today the Pharisees decided to test Jesus. They had heard that Jesus had silenced the Sadducees. They gathered around Jesus, and one of the scholars of the law asked Jesus: "What is the greatest commandment in the law?" Naturally, Jesus replied: "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul and mind." Jesus affirmed that this commandment was the first and the greatest of all the commandments. ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-2234-40.html

Reflection: Matthew 22:1-14 THE DOME BLOG - August 18, 2016 Thursday of the Twentieth Week in Ordinary Time - Matthew 22:1-14 Today, Jesus speaks to the chief priests and the elders of the people in parables. He begins with the parable of the king who gave a wedding banquet for his son. The king sent his servants out to invite his family and friends to the wedding. However, many of them refused to come and offered a variety of excuses why they could not attend the banquet. The king, however, was determined to have a grand celebration ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-221-14.html

As "Journey of Faith and Challenge" Begins, the Prefect Speaks WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - August 17, 2016 SVILUPPO – 3pm ET: And here, (almost) live from Dallas Chancery, the full afternoon presser given by Bishop Kevin Farrell on his appointment today by the Pope as founding Prefect of the new Vatican Dicastery for Family, Laity and Life... While a Curial head being named from afar has traditionally learnt of his appointment in a phone call from the Secretary of State, in an extraordinary sign of this nod's import, Farrell said above – amid flashes of his trademark ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2016/08/as-journey-of-faith-and-challenge.html

Reflection: Matthew 20:1-16 THE DOME BLOG - August 17, 2016 Wednesday of the Twentieth Week in Ordinary Time - Matthew 20:1-16 Today we hear the parable of the landowner who went out at dawn to hire day laborers for work in his vineyard. He agreed to pay them the standard daily wage. Several hours later, the landowner saw several more workers in the marketplace. He told them: "Go to my vineyard and I will pay you a fair wage." So they went to the vineyard. The landowner went out at noon and again at 3:00 p.m. He sent more laborers ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-201-16.html

Reflection: Matthew 19:23-30 THE DOME BLOG - August 16, 2016 Tuesday of the 20th Week in Ordinary Time - Matthew 19:23-30 Today Jesus tells his disciples that it is easier for a "camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the Kingdom of God." For many of us, this statement of Jesus sounds strange. Jesus was speaking of the narrow and low gates of the city walls, which were used by travelers after dark when the public gate was locked. A normal sized person had to lower himself to enter through this gate. ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-1923-30.html

Worth Revisiting - It's Not About Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - August 16, 2016 ... individuals knew enough to refrain from receiving our Lord in Holy Communion unworthily. Our priests reminded them of that obligation, not only out of loving concern for the salvation of their souls but as a bulwark and protector against Eucharistic sacrilege. God deserves nothing less today If necessary, these truths were reinforced from the pulpit, posted on the Church walls and printed in Church bulletins. God deserves nothing less today. Reports suggest ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/08/worth-revisiting-its-not-about-putting.html

A Pilgrim's Reflection on the Feast of the Assumption SISTER MARIE DE MANDAT-GRANCEY, DC, SERVANT OF GOD, FOUNDRES - August 15, 2016 https://www.ncronli ne.org/blogs/ncr-today/pilgrims-reflection-feast-assumptionhttp://srmarie-lorraine.blogspot.com/2016/08/a-pilgrims-reflection-on-feast-of_15.html

Prayer Journal Challenge Outline ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - August 15, 2016 ... this applies to all verse questions.) Where was I weak today? What advice does the Bible give about overcoming my weakness? What is God's Message today? At the end of week one you write a reflection and Prayer to carry you into the next week. Click here to ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/08/prayer-journal-challenge-outline.html

The Catholic Mom's Prayer Companion SPIRITUAL WOMAN - August 15, 2016 My contributing author's copies of The Catholic Mom's Prayer Companion came in the mail today. I am honored to be included among the authors who wrote reflections for this lovely book. Each month has a theme with each day having a topic within that theme (unless there is a feast day to talk about). For example, January's topic is Resolution, June's is Family Fun, and December's is Giftedness . Each day has a quote related to the topic, a practical ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/SLmK8_YO45w/the-catholic-moms-prayer-companion.html

Reflection: Luke 12:49-53 THE DOME BLOG - August 14, 2016 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Luke 12:49-53 Today's Gospel is a bit sobering. In his opening words, Jesus tells the disciples: "I have come to set the earth on fire, and how I wish it were already blazing!" He continues talking about the baptism with which he would be baptized and the anguish he would experience in this process. Then Jesus asks his disciples a question: "Do you think that I have come to establish peace on the earth? No, I tell you, but rather division." ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-luke-1249-53.html

Reflection: Matthew 19:13-15 THE DOME BLOG - August 13, 2016 Saturday of the 19th Week in Ordinary Time - Matthew 19:13-15 Today's Gospel reading is extremely brief; however, these three verses have a powerful message. Many children were brought to Jesus so that He might touch them and pray over them. The disciples did not approve of this and they rebuked the parents who were bringing their children to Jesus. Jesus was not pleased with the disciples. He said to them in a stern voice, "Let the children come to me. For the kingdom ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-1913-15.html

Reflection: Matthew 19:3-12 THE DOME BLOG - August 12, 2016 Friday of the 19th Week in Ordinary Time - Matthew 19:3-12 Today the Pharisees come to Jesus to question him again. They ask him: "Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife for any cause whatever?" Jesus replied to them: "Haven't you read the Scriptures? From the beginning God made them male and female. It is for this reason that a man leaves his father and mother to join with a woman and makes her his wife. The two of them become one flesh. And what God has joined ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/08/reflection-matthew-193-12.html

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