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The Portiuncula Indulgence ATONEMENTONLINE - August 1, 2017 ... from prison, his chains removed. This is an extraordinary demonstration of God's mercy in removing the chains of sin from those who devoutly and faithfully seek to gain the indulgence by completing its requirements. The conditions to obtain the Plenary Indulgence of the Forgiveness of Assisi (for oneself or for a departed soul) are as follows: - Sacramental Confession (during eight days before or after). - Participation in the Mass - Recitation of the Apostle's Creed, Our ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/08/the-portiuncula-indulgence.html

St. Peter Julian Eymard on Christ in the Most Blessed Sacrament BIG C CATHOLICS - August 1, 2017 ... Communion often! It's our life and support in this life - Receive Communion often, and Jesus will change you into himself. *** How kind is our Sacramental Jesus! He welcomes you at any hour of the day or night. His Love never knows rest. He is always most gentle towards you. When you visit Him, He forgets your sins and speaks only of His joy, His tenderness, and His Love. By the reception He gives to you, one would think He has need of you to make Him happy. *** The Eucharist ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/08/st-peter-julian-eymard-on-christ-in.html

Our Lady's Scapular FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - July 16, 2017 ... such things; an understanding of the history of the devotion does not hurt either. Here is an explanation of the origins of the scapular : This monastic scapular, like the whole monastic habit and indeed the liturgical vestments of the priest , developed from the ordinary clothing of the laity . And, just as the stole is the special sign of the priestly dignity and power, the scapular is now the sign of the monk . In the West , in the case of St. Benedict , the scapular was at ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2017/07/our-ladys-scapular.html

So Is It What's Wrong With Me ADAM'S ALE - June 22, 2017 ... serve each other rather than 1.2 billion people looking to suck love and ministry out of each other. Jesus says to us, "I have come to serve, not be served," and he was crucified. Sick. But we are called to follow Him - to begin the healing of our human nature. It seems rather bleak doesn't it? This fallen and hurt world licking its wounds and trying desperately to be respected, honored, and loved? Yet the path to it is not so much focusing on sucking such things out of other ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2017/06/so-is-it-whats-wrong-with-me.html

St. Ephrem: Doctor of the Church JEAN M. HEIMANN - June 9, 2017 http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/06/st-ephrem-doctor-church/

Next: The Staircase (22-17) GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - June 6, 2017 ... something good for the sake of the whole world in our time. Recuper(p)reparative suffering, a supernatural Sacramental Confession of Devotion before the Devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus, a Divine Royal Wedding, reception of the Blessed Sacrament on the ground unified with Christ crucified, the Anointing of the Sick, Eucharistic Adoration, and silent prayer in the presence of the One through Whom all things are possible: this astonishing mystical theology ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2017/06/next-staircase-22-17.html

Pentecost Word, 04Jun17 TO FIND FRUIT - June 4, 2017 ... 3b-7,12-13; Jn 20. 19-23 Homily of Fr. Paul Panaretos, S.J. Filling Gift A popular story has circulated to illustrate important things, less important and least important things in one's life. Its moral urges: focus on most important things contributes to a meaningful life. The story's essentials are a professor, students, a jar, rocks, pebbles and sand. Here's my adaptation. A professor enters a classroom and sets a large jar on a table ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2017/06/pentecost-word-04jun17.html

Norcia Summer Theology Program: Syllabus & Last Call for Applications NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 3, 2017 ... kinds of baptism Thursday, July 6: The Eucharist as a sacrament; its unity, names, figures, and institution Thursday, July 6: The words of consecration of the host and the chalice Friday, July 7: Understanding the Mass: St. Thomas's commentary on the Roman rite Friday, July 7: The reception of the Eucharist Monday, July 10: The Real Presence Monday, July 10: Transubstantiation Tuesday, July 11: The matter of the Eucharist Tuesday, July 11: The effects of the Eucharist, and how frequently it is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/zcepqy1F9Ag/norcia-summer-theology-program-syllabus.html

St Rita - And the Real Reason I Have Loved Her THIS CROSS I EMBRACE - May 22, 2017 ... like I had finally been brought to a Saint I could fully get on board with, someone who knew what I was up against. And in 2013, when things really began to go down? She was my fortress. While I cannot and will not get into specifics here on this public blog, I do feel it prudent to speak to what are NOT the reasons for this divorce. On this day, Saint Rita's Feast Day, and the woman who I focused on as my personal role model in continuing a marriage despite all signs pointing ...http://thiscrossiembrace.blogspot.com/2017/05/st-rita-and-real-reason-i-have-loved-her.html