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Welcome Risen Jesus - Sarah A. Reinhard - Lent and Easter Reflections for Families BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - April 11, 2016 Welcome Risen Jesus: Lent and Easter Reflections for Families Sarah A. Reinhard Liguori Publications ISBN 9780764820748 This is the third book by Sarah A. Reinhard that I have read and the second devotional. And I must say it is a little gem. Of the 6 devotionals I read this lent it was the only one that had daily readings for the octave of Easter. Both this and the companion volume Welcome Baby Jesus: Advent and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/aIJ2cY3F4TQ/welcome-risen-jesus-sarah-reinhard-lent.html

Living Faith Lent 2016 - Terence Hegarty BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - April 8, 2016 Living Faith Lent 2016 Terence Hegarty (Editor) Creative Communications ASIN B01ABC6GXQ This was my first time reading one of the Living Faith devotionals. It was very good. I did this one during my morning coffee at work during the week and at home on the weekends. Interestingly enough I have read a number of the contributors. This one ended up on my recommended reads based on other books I had picked up. I am very thankful that I did. To be honest it is a little ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/7jueOx-KlHw/living-faith-lent-2016-terence-hegarty.html

Magnificat Lenten Companion 2016 - Ed. Father Peter John Cameron, O.P. BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - April 7, 2016 ... devotionals I used this year. I have used the Magnificat over the last for seasons of lent and every time have found it extremely beneficial. The meditations are wonderful. There is a wide range of contributors from clergy, religious and the laity. There is also a great 12 pages of prayers at the end of the Lenten devotions. It also contains the full devotion of the stations of the cross as part of the Good Friday readings. The contributors this year were: Father Peter John ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/Nl5k8bcuPrg/magnificat-lenten-companion-2016-ed.html

40 Days, 40 Ways - Marcellino D'Ambrosio - A New Look at Lent BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - April 1, 2016 40 Days, 40 Ways: A New Look at Lent Marcellino D'Ambrosio Servant Books Franciscan Media ISBN 9781616368944 ASIN B00P9KD6G6 Every year I pick a few resources for both lent and Advent. This one ended up recommended to me based on other purchases. I had never heard of the author before or at least not that I recall specifically. I am so thankful I took a chance on this one. Even before I finished this 40 day journey I picked up another of his books to add to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/hzOoankgIxU/40-days-40-ways-marcellino-dambrosio.html

Sacred Reading for Lent 2016 - Douglas Leonard - Apostleship of Prayer BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 30, 2016 Sacred Reading for Lent 2016 Douglas Leonard Apostleship of Prayer Ave Maria Press ISBN 9781594716119 eISBN 9781594716126 This was one of 5 Lenten devotionals I used in 2016. I typically read 2 in the morning 2 at lunch and one in the evening. Each day follows the same format, a short quote, a reading, reflection, prayer and a time for listen or a second reflection. A sample is: Friday, February 12, 2016 Know that God is present with you and ready to converse. "You are ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/BWUKicW-WlQ/sacred-reading-for-lent-2016-douglas.html

Prayer, Meditation, Integration—Ecumenical Reflections for Lent USCCB BLOG - March 24, 2016 ; ; By Father John Crossin Prayer is necessary as we integrate our faith and the events of everyday life. This is true of the results of ecumenical conversations. We need to bring these results into our daily prayer, to reflect on these results, and to seek deeper understanding of what the Holy Spirit is saying to us in our conversations with other Christians.http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UsccbMediaBlog/~3/FoHc5mIaMgM/prayer-meditation-integrationecumenical.html

Reflections for the 5th Week of Lent, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - March 17, 2016 Thursday – I AM "I AM." Nothing Jesus ever said raised the Jews' hackles more than these two little words. "I AM," Yahweh, is the divine Name, given to Moses by God Himself and rarely if ever pronounced by the Jews because of its sacred quality. For Jesus to say this Name out loud was shocking enough, but for Him to apply it to Himself, to claim it as His own, was astounding. The Jews considered it blasphemy of the worse kind, and in their anger, they picked up stones to throw at ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/03/reflections-for-5th-week-of-lent-part-2.html

To Gaze Upon Christ 1 FRANCISCAN WAY - March 16, 2016 This Lent the Lord has put on my heart the awareness of gazing upon Christ. In our Franciscan congregation, our spirituality flows from John 19:37 "they will look on the one whom they have pierced." With this spirituality, we gaze upon the pierced side of Christ and receive from His pierced heart His love and mercy. Then we may go forth to give what we have received. Throughout this Lent, this action of gazing has been foremost in both my spiritual reading ...http://1franciscanway.blogspot.com/2016/03/to-gaze-upon-christ.html

Reflections for the 5th Week of Lent, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - March 13, 2016 ... truly shocking words. Jesus is claiming His divinity. He is not of this world. He is sent by God the Father and works in close conjunction with the Father, Who tells Him what He must say and do. Jesus always obeys the Father's will, for it is His will, too. There is no difference. Soon, Jesus proclaims, the Son of Man (in His human nature) will be lifted up, and then people will know the truth. His divinity will shine out in the most unlikely place...on the cross. Wednesday – True ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/03/reflections-for-5th-week-of-lent-part-1.html

5th Sunday of Lent - C GOD'S WORD TO US - March 12, 2016 ... restored for her [2] . The scribes, Pharisees, and all the people in this Gospel passage also encounter Jesus. They all go away. Do they allow God's mercy to touch them? ------------------------- [1] The Face of Mercy , #1. [2] Francis J. Moloney, SDB. The Gospel of the Lord , Reflections on the Gospel Readings, Year C. Homebush, Australia: St. Paul Publications, 1991; p. ...http://godsword2us.blogspot.com/2016/03/5th-sunday-of-lent-c.html

First Hear Him YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - March 12, 2016 Saturday of the Fourth Week of Lent Yet I, like a trusting lamb led to slaughter, had not realized that they were hatching plots against me: "Let us destroy the tree in its vigor; let us cut him off from the land of the living, so that his name will be spoken no more." Jeremiah 11:19 Nicodemus, one of their members who had come to him earlier, said to them, "Does our law condemn a man before it first hears him and finds out what he is doing?" They answered and said to him, ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/03/first-hears-him.html

'From Now on Do Not Sin Again.' Sunday Reflections, 5th Sunday of Lent, Year C ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - March 11, 2016 From The Gospel of John (2003) directed by Philip Saville Gospel John 8:1-11 (NRSV, Catholic Edition, Canada) Jesus went to the Mount of Olives. Early in the morning he came again to the temple. All the people came to him and he sat down and began to teach them. The scribes and the Pharisees brought a woman who had been caught in adultery; and making her stand before all of them, they said to him, "Teacher, this woman was caught in the very act of committing adultery. Now in the law ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/03/from-now-on-do-not-sin-again-sunday.html

Reflections for the 4th Week of Lent, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - March 9, 2016 Thursday – Moses Wrote About Jesus? Moses wrote about Me. This is what Jesus tells the Jews in today's Gospel. We might wonder how this could be. Moses lived thousands of years before Jesus. How could he have written about Him? Let's break down this conundrum point by point. Point 1 – Moses, the traditional author of the Pentateuch (the first five books of the Bible), did not write by himself. He was inspired by the Holy Spirit. God is a true Author of Scripture, and He used ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/03/reflections-for-4th-week-of-lent-part-2.html

Reflections for the 4th Week of Lent, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - March 6, 2016 Monday – "O Lord, Be My Helper" O Lord, be my Helper! Lord, my faith is so small; make it grow. O Lord, be my Helper! Lord, my hope is so weak; help me find confidence in You and in Your promises. O Lord, be my Helper! Lord, my love is so feeble; pour more into my heart that I may pour it out to others. O Lord, be my Helper! Lord, my trust is so frail; let me see that You have a plan for me and for my loved ones no matter what happens. O Lord, be my Helper! Lord, I'm frightened of ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/03/reflections-for-4th-week-of-lent-part-1.html

7QT: Spiritual Renewal, Spring, Saints, and Sanctity CATHOLIC FIRE - March 4, 2016 ... St. Angela of the Cross , and St. Katharine Drexel. 7. Holiness, Sanctity, Piety...It's what we all desire, but how is it attainable? I have written about it in my book Seven Saints for Seven Virtues , but continue to learn about it through a new book, which is on my reading list for Lent, How To Be Holy by Peter Kreeft. I can't wait to start this one! Peter Kreeft is one of my favorite authors, so I already know it's going to be good. Have a wonderful weekend and a blessed ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/03/7qt-spiritual-renewal-spring-saints-and.html

Reflections for the 3rd Week of Lent, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - March 2, 2016 Thursday – One Stronger "When a strong man fully armed guards his palace, his possessions are safe." When we look around at this crazy, mixed up world we live in, we might sometimes wonder if the enemy is winning. Violence is everywhere. Disease is rampant. Faithlessness and cynicism entwine the hearts of many. Hatred and apathy seem to reign. The enemy appears to be holding tightly to his possessions in the midst of the world. But Jesus assures us that the enemy does not and will ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/03/reflections-for-3rd-week-of-lent-part-2.html

Reflections on Lent TIME FOR REFLECTIONS - February 29, 2016 http://timeforreflections.blogspot.com/2016/02/reflections-on-lent.html

'Let It Alone for One More Year . . .' Sunday Reflections, 3rd Sunday of Lent, Year C ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - February 27, 2016 Moses before the Burning Bush , Domenico Fetti, 1613-14 Gospel Luke 13:1-9 ( NRSV, Catholic Edition , Can.) At that very time there were some present who told Jesus about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. He asked them, "Do you think that because these Galileans suffered in this way they were worse sinners than all other Galileans? No, I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all perish as they did. Or those eighteen who were killed when the tower of ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/02/let-it-alone-for-one-more-year-sunday.html

Reflections for the 2nd Week of Lent, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - February 25, 2016 Thursday – Barren or Fruitful? Are you barren or fruitful in your spiritual life? Are you like the man in the first reading who turns away from God and trusts in human beings? This man is as barren as a bush in a lava plain or a desert or a salty wasteland. He will not bear the fruits of faith, hope, and love because he rejects God's gifts. He will only wither without the grace that only God can provide. Or are you like the man who trusts in God and puts his hope only in Him? This ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/02/reflections-for-2nd-week-of-lent-part-2.html

The Second Sunday of Lent FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - February 21, 2016 ... separate Mass for Sunday morning. In Rome, the stational church is Saint Mary in Dominica , originally a Roman deaconry, that is, a dispensary for the poor. For us, this means, that today's Mass is a kind of pilgrimage in honour of the holy Mother of God, the Virgin of the Poor, who accompanies us throughout the Lenten journey. Our Lady is the dispensatrix of the graces of God: divinarum gratiarum primaria dispensatrix . We enter today's Holy Mass, then, as poor people enter a dispensary to ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-second-sunday-of-lent.html

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