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Reflection: Luke 13:22-30 THE DOME BLOG - October 29, 2014 30th Week 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 conversation 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 ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-luke-1322-30.html

Reflection: Luke 6:12-16 THE DOME BLOG - October 28, 2014 Feast of Saints Simon and Jude–Luke 6:12-16 The Gospel today begins with Jesus going up the mountain to pray. St. Luke writes that Jesus spent the whole night in prayer and meditation. However, when daylight came Jesus called his disciples together. He then chose twelve of them to be his Apostles. Jesus must have known them well. And these men must have known Jesus fairly well. I doubt that it was easy for them to leave their families. Yet they followed their hearts ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-luke-612-16.html

Sister Joan of Arc Rodrigues Reflection SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY - October 28, 2014 Reflection by Sister Carol Crater – October 27, 2014 Before I begin, I'd like to ask a little trivia question. At the beginning of Mass, we had a young woman from the Navy take part in a Military Honors Service. Can anybody guess what her baptismal name is? (Joan of Arc) RIP Sister Joan of Arc Rodrigues And there was a young man who was part of that Honors Service as well. He has a connection with Xena, Warrior Princess, which he didn't specify to me. (Later I ...http://blog.holyfamilysisters.org/2014/10/28/sister-joan-of-arc-rodrigues-reflection/

Washibgton D.C. THE ADVENTURES OF A FAMILY FULL OF BLESSINGS! - October 28, 2014 We took a family trip to Washington DC today! What a day! I will have plenty of photos to add–just have one on my phone from the day. Our first step was to park in our previously reserved spot at the Ronald Reagan Parking building. The garage is 7 feet tall, which is enough for us to park in. So, we had reserved a spot for the day so that we could drive into town and know that we would be able to park our big van! Then we unloaded and walked to see the White House. ...http://familyofblessings.wordpress.com/2014/10/28/washibgton-d-c/

Reflection: Luke 13:10-17 THE DOME BLOG - October 27, 2014 30th Week in Ordinary Time –Luke 13:10-17 Today we have another familiar story. The primary character in this Gospel is a woman who had been crippled and incapacitated for 18 years. She was bent over and she was unable to stand up straight. Her whole world must have been limited by her infirmity. Can you imagine not being able to look into another person's eyes as you were talking with them? Yet her infirmity was only one aspect of this woman. Jesus looked deeply at ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-luke-1310-17.html

Reflection: Matthew 22:34-40 THE DOME BLOG - October 26, 2014 30th Week in Ordinary Time –Matthew 22:34-40 The Gospel today is a familiar one. The scene opens with a scholar of the law testing Jesus by asking him: "What commandment is the greatest commandment?" Jesus replies with the "correct" answer: "You shall love the Lord your God with your whole heart, with all your soul and with all your mind," and "you shall love your neighbor as yourself." If we were asked this question, it is likely we would give the "correct" answer. ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-matthew-2234-40.html

Before You Go to Mass Today, Read This SERVANT AND STEWARD - October 26, 2014 Given the Gospel of the day , today seems a fitting time to share one of my favorite passages from Benedict XVI's first encyclical letter, Deus caritas est ( God is love ): Here we need to consider yet another aspect: this sacramental "mysticism" is social in character, for in sacramental communion I become one with the Lord, like all the other communicants. As Saint Paul says, "Because there is one bread, we who are many are one body, for we all partake of the one bread" ( ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/6p3Uzr2D5c0/before-you-go-to-mass-today-read-this.html

How Do I Get My Ever-Active Kiddoes to Crash? TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - October 26, 2014 ... earlier painful infractions up shortly before falling asleep lays cuddled into me. If I move, I may wake one or both of them and this moment is just too peaceful for that to happen. What brought on this moment? Youtube rosary videos! Yes, we've been continuing my newly forming nightly rosary habit here and, tonight, as they often do, Jack and Nina joined me. Jack, who had caused a late afternoon and evening to be punctuated by moments that make "challenging" seem like an understatement quieted ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2014/10/how-do-i-get-my-ever-active-kiddoes-to.html

Reflection on Today's Gospel, Sunday, October 26, 2014 CATHOLIC WORKING MOM - October 26, 2014 ... realize that this may not be a really popular view with many in the world today, but I believe that the order in which Jesus gave the two "greatest commandments" is significant – something that many working for "social justice" these days sometimes forget. Our good works must flow from a deep and sincere love of God FIRST. If not, our charitable acts are impotent – hollow – devoid of real love. I think that the Catholic Church in America has gotten these two ...http://danardoyle.wordpress.com/2014/10/26/reflection-on-todays-gospel-sunday-october-26-2014/

Reflection: Luke 13:1-9 THE DOME BLOG - October 25, 2014 29th Week in Ordinary Time –Luke 13:1-9 Each day this week in the Gospels, the intensity of Jesus continues to build. Today's parable is the story of the fig tree that was not bearing fruit. The owner had been waiting for this fruit for three long years. Finally, the owner told the gardener to cut the tree down. The tree was barren and he wanted it gone. However, the gardener interceded for the tree. He was not ready to give up on the tree. The gardener asked the owner ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-luke-131-9.html

Reflection: Luke 12:54-59 THE DOME BLOG - October 24, 2014 29th Week in Ordinary Time –Luke 12:54-59 In today's Gospel, Jesus' frustration with the Pharisees comes through loud and clear. He challenges them to think and reflect well and then judge for themselves what seems to be "right." Jesus wants us to work things out among ourselves rather than running to "mom" or "Father" or whoever is the judge we rely on to tell us what is right. Rather than running to someone else, it may be good to consult our own heart and mind when ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-luke-1254-59.html

Mary of Nazareth: A Beautiful Reflection of the Blessed Mother Faith & Family Media Blog AIRMARIA.COM - October 23, 2014 Ave Maria! Today is the last day of the Rosary Crawl for the Film Mary of Nazareth. Today it is the Crucifixion of Jesus at Faith & Family Media Blog . We were asked to be a part of the blog tour/rosary crawl, along with many other inspiring bloggers, for the release of Mary of Nazareth on DVD and we were happy to say "yes"! See the recap of the # RosaryCrawl HERE . As part of the tour I am excited to share a clip from the film. This scene is of ...http://airmaria.com/2014/10/23/mary-of-nazareth-a-beautiful-reflection-of-the-blessed-mother-faith-family-media-blog/

Reflection: Luke 12:49-53 THE DOME BLOG - October 23, 2014 29th Week in Ordinary Time –Luke 12:49-53 Today's Gospel is not an easy one to read. Jesus speaks of "setting the earth on fire" and he wants it to be hot and blazing! He also speaks of the anguish and pain and that he anticipates his "baptism" which lies ahead of him. Jesus speaks of families that will be divided: father against son, mother against daughter, neighbors who are at odds with each other. Too often we experience these divisions in our own families, our ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-luke-1249-53.html

Eucharistic Reflection - Above All Do Not Close Our Church Doors HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - October 23, 2014 [ One is left to ponder how different our Church would be today had we listened to the Holy Pontiff . It is not too late to open the doors and encourage us to visit He Who Is Love .] (Image Source- Wikimedia Commons ) "Above all, do not allow - as some do, who are deceived under the pretext of restoring the liturgy or who idly claim that only liturgical rites are of any real value and dignity - that churches be closed during the hours not appointed for public functions, as ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2014/10/eucharistic-reflection-above-all-do-not.html

Reflection: Luke 12:39-48 THE DOME BLOG - October 22, 2014 29th Week in Ordinary Time –Luke 12:39-48 Today Jesus continues his instruction of his disciples. He reminds me of a Boy Scout leader who is preparing his scouts for a hike or camp out. Jesus' instruction is very simple: he tells his disciples that they need to "be prepared." However, the event they need to be prepared for is the hour when the "Son of Man" will come! Jesus tells them that He will come at a time when they do not expect him! Thus, they need to be alert ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-luke-1239-48.html

The Place of Silence, and the Tragedy of Its Loss TEN THOUSAND PLACES - October 21, 2014 In the modern world language is far from the world of silence. It springs from noise and vanishes in noise. Silence is today no longer an autonomous world of its own; it is simply the place into which noise has not yet penetrated. It is a mere interruption of the continuity of noise, like a technical hitch in the noise-machine—that is what silence is today: the momentary breakdown of noise. We no longer have definite silence and definite language, ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-place-of-silence-and-tragedy-of-its.html

Reflection: Luke 2:13-21 THE DOME BLOG - October 20, 2014 ... doesn't guarantee happiness! Yet that seductive voice is there no matter where we are or what we are doing! Today which voice will you listen to: the voice of greed or the voice of ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-luke-213-21.html

Cardinal Vincent Nichols Orders Anti-Gay Security Guards to Be Removed From Entrance to All Churches THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - October 20, 2014 ... will no longer be needed, as the Church in England and Wales takes on the new message of 'welcoming' and accepting people with same-sex attraction. For the past two thousand years, anti-gay security guards have been employed by the Church in order to filter out from congregations anyone who may have homosexual tendencies or inclinations. In a revolutionary move, today Cardinal Vincent Nichols and Archbishop Peter Smith made it known that henceforth, the security guards will be ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2014/10/cardinal-vincent-nichols-orders-anti.html

Reflection on Today's Gospel, Sunday, October 19, 2014 CATHOLIC WORKING MOM - October 19, 2014 Readings for Today Today's gospel is a bit tricky. The Pharisees were trying to trap Jesus as they often did. He was in one of those "darned if He does and darned if He doesn't" situations. Jesus tells them to "give to Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's." At church this morning, our deacon spoke about social justice and the importance of sharing our treasure. Surely that is a good and noble thing, but I don't believe that this is the point that Jesus was trying ...http://danardoyle.wordpress.com/2014/10/19/reflection-on-todays-gospel-sunday-october-19-2014/

Reflection: Matthew 22:15-21 THE DOME BLOG - October 19, 2014 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Matthew 22:15-21 Today's Gospel begins with the Pharisees plotting against Jesus. They ask Jesus if it is lawful to pay the census tax to Caesar. The Pharisees ask the question only because they hope to trap Jesus by his answer. However, Jesus is well aware that they only want to discredit him in the people's eyes. Jesus knew that regardless of how he answered the question, it would be wrong in the mind of the Pharisees. Thus he ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/reflection-matthew-2215-21.html

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