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Reflection: Luke 9:51-56 THE DOME BLOG - September 30, 2014 Tuesday in 28th Week in Ordinary Time - Luke 9: 51-56 Today's Gospel reading is the foreshadowing of Jesus's crucifixion and death. Jesus knew his arrest and death were likely, yet he held fast to his decision to travel to Jerusalem. He knew it was likely that he would be arrested. He also suspected that he might even die. Can you imagine the storm of emotions that must have been whirling around in Jesus's mind and heart? Yet he decided to make the journey to ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-951-56.html

"Lord, Do You Want Us to Call Down Fire From Heaven to Consume Them?" THE DIVINE LIFE - September 30, 2014 ... Morning Prayer with a friend after our communion service in the chapel this morning, I knew that I needed to share this with you. There was a song that I love on the Morning Prayer this morning that says, "Rise up, O men of God!" I am using that as my instructions to share with you that God is telling us today that we should not be judging the world who is not accepting the Word of God, we should be praying for it. Here is my version of a prayer that we can say to pray for the ...http://catholicjournaling.wordpress.com/2014/09/30/lord-do-you-want-us-to-call-down-fire-from-heaven-to-consume-them/

Reflection: John 1:47-51 THE DOME BLOG - September 29, 2014 Monday of the 28th Week in Ordinary Time - John 1:47-51 Today we celebrate the feast of several angels. As Christians we have heard about angels most of our lives. Our parents may have told us that the angels were watching over us or protecting us. As adults, I wonder what is our experience of angels? Do we even believe in angels? I wish I could say that I have had a "close encounter" with an angel but I haven't. What about you? Even if I had a close encounter with an angel, ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-john-147-51.html

Reflection: Matthew 21:28-32 THE DOME BLOG - September 28, 2014 Sunday of the 27th Week in Ordinary Time- Matthew 21:28-32 Today's Gospel is very familiar to us. It is the parable of the man who had two sons. The father told his first son to do the work that was needed in the vineyard. The first son absolutely refused to do as his father requested. I can easily imagine the father's reaction. I am sure he was not pleased with this son's refusal! Later, however, the son changed his mind and did go to work in the fields. What was it ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-matthew-2128-32.html

The Family and Evangelization CREO EN DIOS! - September 28, 2014 ... journey of the whole Church, with the participation of leaders of the Episcopate from every corner of the world," in the words of Vatican spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi. The synod is likely to address some difficult issues regarding the family, such as contraception, same-sex marriage, divorce and other topics touching on family life. The US Conference of Catholic Bishops has asked for today to be set aside as a Day of Prayer for the General Assembly. Churches and parish and ...http://susanjoan.wordpress.com/2014/09/28/the-family-and-evangelization/

Communion "Meditation"? SCELATA - September 27, 2014 Today, we had a medley. The Malotte Lord's Prayer and Non Dimenticar . I'm not making this up. On reflection, we should probably have encouraged the woman who was yodeling to continue. (I don't want anyone to think this was at Mass, o at a church, it was a communion service at a nursing home, and a large portion of the congregation has some degree of dementia.) Truth be told, it was a little livelier than usual. I might even say.... vibrant .http://scelata.blogspot.com/2014/09/communion-meditation.html

Reflection: Luke 9:43b-45 THE DOME BLOG - September 27, 2014 Saturday of the 26th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 9:43b-45 The Gospel today is the continuation of the conversation that Jesus had with his disciples in yesterday's reading. Jesus tells the apostles to listen up. He knows that the road ahead of him is going to be very difficult and also troubling for his disciples. Jesus is trying to prepare them for what was ahead for all of them. Jesus told the apostles that he would be taken from them but Luke says: "the meaning ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-943b-45.html

Reflection: Luke 9:18-22 THE DOME BLOG - September 26, 2014 Friday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 9:18-22 Today's Gospel is extremely brief. It is only 3 verses. It opens with Jesus asking the apostles to tell him what people were saying about him. They told him the various things they had heard; some thought he was a prophet like John the Baptist. Others thought he may be one of the prophets from of old. Jesus listens to their answers. Then he pauses for a moment and asks them: "But who do you say that I ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-918-22.html

Reflection: Luke 9:7-9 THE DOME BLOG - September 25, 2014 Thursday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 9: 7-9 Today's Gospel is very short and Herod is the central figure. It is the scene when Herod is trying to figure out who Jesus is. Herod had been hearing about Jesus. People had told him many fantastic stories about Jesus and his ministry. Others had told him that Jesus was John the Baptist raised from his grave, or maybe he was Elijah. Herod wanted to know more about this man Jesus. What was Jesus truly about? Was he ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-97-9.html

Reflection: Luke 9:1-6 THE DOME BLOG - September 24, 2014 Wednesday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 9:1-6 Today's Gospel is Jesus's instruction to his new apostles. First of all he gives them power over demons and the ability to cure illnesses. He also is sending them forth to preach, teach and spread the good news of Jesus. Jesus even instructs them about what they should take on their journey. He also is frank with them and cautions his apostles. He bluntly tells them that some people will receive their words ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-91-6.html

Of Our Lady of Walsingham, Our Lady of Ransom, and a Prayer FR. Z'S BLOG - September 24, 2014 Today is the Feast of Our Lady of Ransom and of Our Lady of Walsingham. Two years ago I was in London, watching with a fine young priest of the Anglican Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham the episcopal consecration and installation of the new Bishop of Portsmouth, Most. Rev. Philip Egan . At the end of the rite, Bp. Egan gave a fine reflection. Tune in at about 2:12 in the video below. And I would like to remind you that the Catholic artist Daniel ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/J0Hrf2vzMQY/

Reflection: Luke 8:19-21 THE DOME BLOG - September 23, 2014 Tuesday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 8:19-21 The Gospel for today is very short. It only has three verses. This Gospel tells the story of Mary, his mother, and his brothers coming to visit Jesus. Naturally they were anxious to see Jesus but he was surrounded by a large crowd of people. His disciples hurried to tell Jesus that his mother and family had come. Jesus responds to this information in a bit of a harsh way. He asks: who is my mother, my brothers ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-819-21.html

The Seasons of Life A MOM FOR LIFE-THE UNCONVENTIONAL FAMILY - September 23, 2014 ... experience His grace always. Everything is grace ~ St. Theresa of ...http://amomforlife-theunconventionalfamily.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-seasons-of-life.html

Reflection: Luke 8:16-18 THE DOME BLOG - September 22, 2014 Monday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Luke 8:16-18 Today's Gospel is very short. It is just a few verses. In this Gospel, Jesus is instructing his disciples that the purpose of the light is to illuminate the room that it is placed in. Thus the lamp should be well placed so that the entire space is illuminated. Then Jesus shifts his direction. He says that nothing will be hidden and everything will be visible. As he continues he says that all will be revealed: ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-816-18.html

We Are at Your Planet's Tipping Point! FR. Z'S BLOG - September 22, 2014 My Roman Curia calendar indicates that the Autumnal Equinox occurs at 2:29 GMT (I like using the retro GMT). So, it occurs today , 23 September in some places. Here at the Steam Pipe Trunk Distribution Venue, the Equinox takes place at 9:29 today, Monday 22 September. We are at your planet's tipping point. Day and night are of equal length. From this point onward, for us in the North, days will be increasingly short and nights longer. From APOTD : At ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/K-rWmtYRL8g/

Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia: "Voices That Challenge" FRANCISCAN LIFE - September 22, 2014 Last week I was looking for a hymn/video to use as part of a reflection for my blog. I'd made a list of hymns that I thought might work but when I began searching, nothing seemed to work. Either there was no video, the video had no printed lyrics, or the song was not well performed. Then, in looking through a list of hymns by David Haas, I found one that was not on my list--"Voices That Challenge"--a song that I hadn't heard for quite a while. As I viewed it, I felt as if ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2014/09/sisters-of-st-francis-of-philadelphia.html

Pope Francis: "Today We Have Touched Martyrs" DA MIHI ANIMAS - September 22, 2014 http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/09/pope-francis-today-we-have-touched.html

Reflection: Matthew 20:1-16a THE DOME BLOG - September 21, 2014 Sunday of the 25th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 20:1-16a "The kingdom of heaven is like. . . ." Jesus is into parables! Today we have another parable that tells us about the kingdom of heaven. Today's parable is the story of a landowner who went out early in the morning to hire workers for his vineyard. The landowner and the workers negotiated a fair wage that both parties were content with. And the workers began to pick the grapes. Several ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-matthew-201-16a.html

Reflection: Luke 8:4-15 THE DOME BLOG - September 20, 2014 ... Ordinary Time – Luke 8:4-15 "A sower went out to sow. . . ." Just hearing those first few words, we know the "rest of the story." Today's Gospel is the parable of the seed being sown in various types of ground. Naturally, the crops were most abundant where the seed was sown in fertile ground. If the ground was rocky, naturally it could not produce a good crop. For any plant, tree or crop to grow well, the ground it is planted in has to be fairly good ground. If the ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflection-luke-84-15.html

St. Andrew Kim Taegon and St. Paul Chong Hasang and Their Companions, Korean Martyrs CATHOLIC FIRE - September 20, 2014 Today is the memorial of St. Andrew Kim Taegon, priest and martyr, St. Paul Chong, martyr, and companions. During the persecutions of 1839, 1846, 1866, and 1867, one hundred and three Christians in Korea gave their lives as martyrs. The martyrs included clergy, but were, for the most part, members of the laity. They consecrated the rich beginnings of the Church in Korea with their blood. Among them were Fr. Andrew Kim of Taegon, the first Korean priest and pastor, and ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/09/st-andrew-kim-taegon-and-st-paul-chong.html

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