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New: "Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, S.J.: With an Undivided Heart" INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 22, 2017 ... portraits of other Jesuits and Reformation saints. The author explains the history of the Society of Jesus and shows how Aloysius Gonzaga played an important part in developing the Jesuit's educational apostolate. For those interested in Jesuit history, the Reformation, or simply this appealing saint, this book offers a unique perspective on an important period of Church history and what it means to pursue God's will without counting the cost. Silas S. Henderson is a catechist, ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2017/03/new-saint-aloysius-gonzaga-sj-with-an-undivided-heart.html
Homily for March 12 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - March 12, 2017 ... especially when we pray. Turning my head 90 ̊ was my body's physical expression of my heart surrendering itself to Jesus in a new and deeper way. I did not see his face or his eyes with my own but my heart saw his heart and saw his heart seeing mine. Like Peter in the gospel story today, I would love to have pitched a tent in that chapel to capture that moment in prayer when the heart of Jesus transfigured my own heart. But mountain top -and park bench- experiences don't last forever. They ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2017/03/homily-for-march-12.html
Dignitas: The Manners of Humility CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 16, 2017 ... of domination. And clownish behavior can scream insecurity. In the days of vaudeville, if the audience started booing, an actor's last defense was to hold a baby and wave the American flag. When institutions are failing, false sentiment distracts from the rot, and pantomimes virtue. Sometimes, affectation of simplicity can be an innocent, if not naïve, indulgence, like Marie Antoinette playing the part of a dairymaid with scented cows in her rustic retreat of Le Hameau. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/ACoIHEVeQn8/dignitas-manners-humility
We Have Set Sail... REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - January 19, 2017 ... to be a special day for me. I look forward to Thursdays; we do not have reunion and there seems to be more time for seeing people, writing letters, and prayer, too. There is a class given on videos, but I decided not to go to that and so have a long afternoon. Nothing seems long here and often I am also seeing my senior student. They had their retreat last week and he said he was eager to talk with me. I am thinking about the next Sunday's Liturgy. I read that ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2017/01/we-have-set-sail.html