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Blessed Be God Who Filled My Soul With Fire! NARU HODO - August 16, 2017 The title of this post was the Psalm response from today's Mass. I don't recall it from years past. It's my new favorite. The homily I heard today focused on fraternal correction -- that we need to give it, and how, and the humility to requires to receive it. We were encouraged to ask for the grace to give and receive, according to God's will. A salient point was omitted about the nature of fraternal correction, though, something I was taught some years ago. When you boil ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2017/08/blessed-be-god-who-filled-my-soul-with.html

Tuesday Quote of the Week Cccc ADAM'S ALE - August 15, 2017 ... keep telling them that they can come every week if they wish!) Things are going to change going forward now. Gone will be the feathered hats and the capes. There is a new uniform. See more HERE . I had the opportunity (and need) to go up into our bell tower this past week. Below is a view of part of our campus and the bottom picture is of the flower garden in front of the church as planted and maintained by our volunteer grounds crew! M . K. sent in THIS great article: "Advice to a Young ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2017/08/tuesday-quote-of-week-cccc.html

Solemn High Mass for 10 New Carmelite Nuns in Philadelphia A CATHOLIC LIFE - August 9, 2017 ... Monastery of St. Joseph and St. Anne, at 66th Avenue and Old York Road, celebrated the 115th anniversary of its foundation with a Solemn High Mass on the evening of Wednesday, July 26. The Carmel, which was established by nuns from the Boston Carmel and originally located at 18th and Poplar Streets then at 44th and Spruce Streets, has been at its current monastery since 1910, according to the Prioress, who in keeping with the Carmelite charism does not wish to be named. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/pOcjETcI2ko/solemn-high-mass-for-10-new-carmelite.html

Sunday Style / Ordering Our Lives ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC BLOGGERS - August 7, 2017 ... Sometimes life can be completely overwhelming...actually, it would be more honest to say life is GENERALLY overwhelming. Balancing relationships, housework, self-care, your spiritual life, etc., is tough, and can keep you so busy and wrapped up in your responsibilities that you fail to actually live your life, which is the whole point behind having all these responsibilities! As important as they all are, sometimes we need to take a step back and evaluate their purpose. Good, healthy ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2017/08/sunday-style-ordering-our-lives.html

What We Believe: Founding Principles of Catholic High Schools CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - August 3, 2017 ... all facets of their personality—spiritual, academic, athletic, and artistic. Accordingly, we are a "both-and" school, committed to building a culture that discourages students from becoming "specialists": scholars, but not musicians, musicians, but not athletes, etc. High school should be a time when many doors are opened for students and they are invited to walk through those doors and experience new things. The time for choosing a profession and shutting doors is later. We want ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2017/08/what-we-believe-founding-principles.html

Francis Is Pope FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - July 20, 2017 ... blatant lie. Very few of us act with absolute freedom; age, advice or pressure from others, fear or even threats might well influence our decisions but unless someone was physically forcing Benedict's hand to write his name at the foot of his resignation, and pressed his seal to it amidst squeals of protestation, he did indeed act 'freely'. There is a great deal of nonsense written by these sort of sedevacantists or quasi- sedevacantists. The truth is that the Pope is the one who sits on the ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2017/07/francis-is-pope.html

Bearing Fruit DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - July 16, 2017 http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2017/07/bearing-fruit.html

Relax the Rules a Bit to Make Sense of Feast Days THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - July 5, 2017 ... the transfer of the Ascension to Sunday does mean that the Sunday Mass congregation gets to participate in a Mass for the feast, it verges on the absurd to lose the temporal significance of the forty days after Easter. The question of obligation is one of the arguments used for moving feasts to the Sunday. Medieval England had a genuine problem with the number of days off work necessitated by feast days, but nobody nowadays actually has a holiday on a weekday ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2017/07/relax-rules-bit-to-make-sense-of-feast.html

Dress Code Redux and Copyrights IN OTHER WORDS - June 26, 2017 ... folks. Have the entertainment giants become such powerful groups where they want to control churches with their hits, and dumb leaders down by not letting them see over 500 years of church music from masters such as Bach? The entertainment giants' material plays on KLVR Radio, but, it's not suitable for church. One easy rehearsal, they boast, of the karaoke choir. I did not join the choir to sing in a karaoke bar each week. The choir is not backup singers for a pop soloist, as some books are ...http://hadleyblog.blogspot.com/2017/06/dress-code-redux-and-copyrights.html

Gay Organ Guy Can Be Fired Because He Plays His Organ CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - June 14, 2017 ... for 17 years, told The Chicago Tribune he felt a "sense of abandonment by the church." On March 3, 2016, he sued the church seeking reinstatement of his job, lost wages, and damages. On April 18, 2017, U.S. District Court Judge Thomas P. Kocoras ruled against Collette, dismissing the lawsuit and upholding the church's religious freedom over hiring and firing. (The decision was announced last week.) Kocoras rooted the church's freedom in the First Amendment, but he also cited the 2012 Supreme ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2017/06/gay-organ-guy-can-be-fired-because-he.html

Veiled Criticism: What Does It Mean to Be Roman Catholic? QUANTUM THEOLOGY - May 26, 2017 ... Francis' advice: Who am I to judge? Because when it comes to deciding who is Catholic, or a real Catholic, or a practicing Catholic, particularly when you are a public figure there's a lot of judging to go around. There are three things required to be Catholic: be baptized with a Trinitarian formula (though not necessarily baptized in a Catholic rite), believe what the Roman Catholic Church believes (minimally the Creed), and acknowledge that the Pope and his bishops are charged with keeping ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2017/05/veiled-criticism-what-does-it-mean-to.html