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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 ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-1711b-19.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 ...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 ... This morning a press conference was held in the Holy See Press Office for the presentation of the project "The Great Mystery: the Gospel of the Family, school of humanity for our times", promoted by the Pontifical Council for the Family and by Maestro Andrea Bocelli. It is a series of events, in particular light and sound shows, to take place in different European cities during the year dedicated to reflection on the family in view of the upcoming Synod ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-pontifical-council-for-family.html

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 ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-mark-17-11b-19.html

Reflection: Mark 16:15-20 THE DOME BLOG - May 14, 2015 Mark 16:15-20 - Thursday of the Sixth Week of Easter This reading from the Gospel of Mark begins with Jesus sending his disciples forth. Jesus is "missioning" his disciples to go out into the "whole" world and proclaim the Gospel to all creatures, not just human creatures. He also tells them that they not only will preach and teach, there also will be "signs." The disciples will have the ability to drive out demons and speak many languages! They also will ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-mark-1615-20.html

Reflection: John 16:12-15 THE DOME BLOG - May 13, 2015 John 16:12-15 – Wednesday of the Sixth Week of Easter This Gospel begins with Jesus telling his disciples that there is much more for him to tell them. However, Jesus realizes that they are striving to absorb and understand what he had been saying. He understood that at this point, they did not have the capacity to absorb anything more. However, Jesus reminds them that when the Spirit comes, the Spirit will guide them to all the truth. He tells them that the Spirit ...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 ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-165-11.html

Reflection: John 15:26-16:4a THE DOME BLOG - May 11, 2015 John 15:9-17 – Monday of the Sixth Week of Easter This Gospel begins with Jesus continuing his conversation with his disciples. He tells them that he will send an "Advocate" to them from his Father. This Advocate will be the Spirit of Truth. Jesus also tells his disciples that the "Advocate" will testify to Jesus. And in turn, the disciples will go forth and testify to others and to the world. I wonder what the disciples thought when Jesus told them that they would ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-1526-164a.html

Father Damien, a Priest Who Laid Down His Life for His Friends SERVANT AND STEWARD - May 10, 2015 ... petition of the faithful for the beatification or canonization of a son or daughter of the Church, she looks to see, as it were, the reflection of the life of Christ Jesus in the life of the proposed blessed or saint. Were today not Sunday, we would celebrate the memorial of Saint Joseph Damien de Veuster who spent himself in the service of the lepers on the island of Moloka'i. Even so, the Gospel passage proclaimed on this Sixth Sunday of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/f1YE-Rc_9-Q/father-damien-priest-who-laid-down-his.html

True Love Starts at the Foot of the Cross INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - May 10, 2015 ... on the Cross with the Virgin, Mary Magdalene, St. John and St. Francis of Paola" by Nicolas Tournier (1590-1639) [WikiArt.org] A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, May 10, 2015, the Sixth Sunday of Easter Carl E. Olson Readings : • Acts 10:25-26, 34-35, 44-48 • Ps 98:1, 2-3, 3-4 • 1 Jn 4:7-10 • Jn 15:9-17 "Did I read the same encyclical as The New York Times ?" That was the title of a piece I wrote for the Insight Scoop blog shortly after ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/05/true-love-starts-at-the-foot-of-the-cross.html

Monday, May 11, 2015 FR. CARMEN MELE, O.P.: TODAY'S HOMILETTE - May 9, 2015 onday of the Sixth Week of Easter (Acts 16:11-15; John 15:26-16:4a) Videos of extremist Muslims massacring Christians authenticate Jesus' prophecy in today's gospel. Men and women thinking that they are doing God's will are killing his disciples. As there is cause for outrage, there is also need for reflection on what is taking place. First of all, not all, not even a sizeable minority of Muslims agree with such persecution. There are certainly ...http://cbmdominicanpreacher.blogspot.com/2015/05/monday-may-11-2015.html

Reflection: John 15:18-21 THE DOME BLOG - May 9, 2015 Saturday of the Fifth Week of Easter — John 15:18-21 This Gospel's opening words are a bit startling. Jesus once again is talking with his disciples about the world. He tells them: "If the world hates you, understand that it hated me first." In this passage, Jesus is using the word "world" to describe the people who reject Him and who will persecute Jesus and his followers. Jesus also tells the disciples that they do not belong to the "world." And most likely, the ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-1518-21.html

Reflection: John 15:9-11 THE DOME BLOG - May 7, 2015 John 15:9-11 – Thursday of the Fifth Week of Easter This Gospel is very brief: only 3 verses. Yet it is a powerful and loving reading. Jesus tells us that He loves us as deeply as His Father loves Him. Think about that for moment. Who are the people you love most deeply: your spouse, your children, your parents or a very good friend? Now choose one person you care deeply about and ask yourself: What does that person mean to me? What are the gifts s/he shares with ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-159-11_7.html

European Churches and Ecclesiastic Communities: Collaborating in Solidarity to Welcome Immigrants VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - May 7, 2015 ... am thinking, for example, of the challenges of legislation that, in the name of a misunderstood principle of tolerance wind up blocking citizens from freely expressing and practicing their religious convictions peacefully and legitimately. Moreover, faced with the attitude that Europe seems to have toward the dramatic and often tragic emigration of thousands of persons fleeing war, persecution, and misery, the European Churches and ecclesiastic communities have the duty to promote solidarity ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/05/european-churches-and-ecclesiastic.html

Lessons on Pastoral Leadership From the Pastoral Letters AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - May 5, 2015 Prepare a lesson or part of a lesson that focuses on the theme of pastoral leadership and priesthood today, especially as it connects between teachings from the Pastoral Letters of the New Testament. Some qualities which make up a good priest are drawn from the Letter to Titus. Overview First Timothy, Second Timothy, and Titus are called "Pastoral Letters" because they were written by one pastor (shepherd) to two other pastors, Timothy and Titus. The differ from other ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/_MECOV8j4gw/

Eucharistic Reflection – God Is Near Us HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - May 4, 2015 ... needs that exist today and that we must face, guiding people to the encounter with Christ in the sacrament, helping them to discover prayer and meditation, being silently recollected in church with this presence of God. And then, preaching. What do we preach? We proclaim the Kingdom of God. But the Kingdom of God is not a distant utopia in a better world which may be achieved in 50 years' time, or who knows when. The Kingdom of God is God Himself, God close to us who became ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/05/eucharistic-reflection-god-is-near-us.html

The Pope Presides at the Mass and Day of Reflection Dedicated to Friar Junipero Serra VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - May 4, 2015 Vatican City, 2 May 2015 (VIS) – Today the Pontifical North American College holds a day of reflection dedicated to "Friar Junipero Serra, apostle of California, witness of holiness", with the aim of spreading knowledge of the life, mission and witness of holiness of this blessed who will be canonised in Washington on 23 September during the Holy Father's apostolic journey to the United States. The day, organised by the Pontifical Commission for ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-pope-presides-at-mass-and-day-of.html

Mystical and Mysterious: A Gospel Reflection for May 4, 2015 ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - May 3, 2015 Today's Gospel: John 14:21-26 This gospel passage is a typical example from the Gospel of John—deep, with layers of meaning and odd, cryptic language which could easily lead us in circles of confusion The best way to read this passage and most of John's gospel is with our hearts, allowing the words to soak into our spirits. As you read this beautiful description of our intimate relationship with God, ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2015/05/mystical-and-mysterious-gospel.html

Reflection: John 15:1-8 THE DOME BLOG - May 3, 2015 Fifth Sunday of Easter Sunday – John 15:1-8 In today's Gospel, Jesus uses the image of the vine and the branches. This is a familiar parable to us. Jesus tells his disciples that he, Jesus, is the "true" vine and his Father is the vine grower. And if his Father is the vine grower, He is responsible for growing good grapes that will make good quality wine. Jesus also says that the vine grower will prune us. Painful as this seems, this pruning will ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2015/05/reflection-john-151-8.html

The English Martyrs: A Contemporary Reflection CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - May 3, 2015 ... the canonisation. In his homily at the Mass of canonisation, Pope Paul VI clearly indicated that the martyrs died because of their loyalty to the Catholic faith, and in particular, their loyalty to the celebration of the Holy Eucharist and to the prerogatives of the Successor of Peter as the universal shepherd of the Church. (Pope Paul's Angelus address after the canonisation ceremony explicitly refers to their deaths as testimony to the "hierarchical and unifying structure of the Church".) He ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-english-martyrs-contemporary.html

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