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Love Through the Tempest THESE STONE WALLS - October 29, 2014 ... Catholic website, DELUMEN.org . The title above is taken from Shakespeare's Sonnet CXVI written by the Bard to muse about the steadfastness of true love. Let me not to the marriage of true minds Admit impediments. Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds, Or bends with the remover to remove. Oh no! It is an ever-fixed mark, That looks on tempests and is never shaken. It is the star to every wandering bark, Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/b8Ddmr_m-cU/

Habit #1 of Holy Catholic Families THE HAHN FAMILY BLOG - October 22, 2014 Thanks for continuing on this journey with our family as we explore the 7 Habits of Holy Catholic Families . As we move forward I've chosen to outline each of the habits with the following format. The Habit – introduction and explanation. Memory Device – a way to commit the habit to memory (use ours or make up your own). Faith Connection – Where are some places we can find this habit in our Catholic Faith. Sacrament Connection – ...http://jamesmhahn.blogspot.com/2014/10/habit-1-of-holy-catholic-families.html

St Athaasius Redux? BOINKIE'S BLOG - October 16, 2014 ... Athanasius had a chance to visit Christians in far off places, spreading his influence as a learned teacher and opening up wider and wider ministry opportunities. These periods of exile also gave him a chance to write and enabled him to leave behind a rich legacy of books. Athanasius' most influential work, On the Incarnation , continues to help Christians to this day in understanding the importance of Jesus' divinity and humanity. In other works Athanasius distinguished himself as a leading ...http://boinkie.blogspot.com/2014/10/st-athaasius-redux.html

Remigius Repost SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - October 1, 2014 ... Church throughout the course of post-incarnational history. France earned her title of eldest daughter in 496, when St. Remigius baptized Clovis, King of the Franks. And this event is the subject of Diane Moczar's third "date" that every Catholic should know. The Roman empire in the West finally crashed for good in 476 when Odoacer sacked Rome. Rome had a mere king for the first time since Etruscan rule was cast off around 500 B.C. The real danger for the ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2014/10/remigius-repost.html

Praying the Office Online THE LEWIS CRUSADE - August 6, 2014 I've been praying the Office since 1997 or '98. My aunt and uncle sent me a copy of _Christian Prayer_ for, I believe, my Confirmation. My wife also had a copy she'd received from an uncle. We bought the four volume set (at least two of one). The latter is tricky because despite my best efforts, I always seem to be unable to find the correct volume for the season. The one volume versions have both fallen apart from use. One of the goals of Vatican II was to make the Liturgy ...http://lewiscrusade.wordpress.com/2014/08/06/9031/

St. Peter Chrysologus ATONEMENTONLINE - July 29, 2014 In the fifth century, Ravenna, not Rome, was the capital of the Roman Empire in the West, and Ravenna itself became a metropolitan see. St. Peter Chrysologus was one of the most distinguished archbishops of that See. Peter was born in Imola about the year 400 and studied under Cornelius, bishop of that city, who ordained him deacon. In 433, the archbishop of Ravenna died, and when a successor had been chosen by the clergy and people of Ravenna, they asked Bishop Cornelius ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/07/st-peter-chrysologus.html

WDTPRS 16th Ordinary Sunday: The Enemy Is Seeking You! FR. Z'S BLOG - July 19, 2014 ... Enjoy the fine clausula (rhythmic ending). We have been cheated of the beauty of our Catholic worship in Latin, which is our common patrimony. After such a gap of time, it will be difficult to grasp these tightly woven ancient Latin Collects with their lovely rhythms, their clarity of thought, their force. After many centuries they still communicate the profound intellectual formation and the faith of their composers, our Christian family ancestors. Propitiare, Domine, famulis ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/c320ErQEWYk/