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Other Pontifical Acts VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - December 17, 2014 ... Catholics 321,000, priests 32, religious 50), Brazil. The bishop-elect was born in Garibaldi, Brazil in 1969 and was ordained a priest in 1995. He studied philosophy at the University of Caxias do Sul and theology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, and holds a licentiate in theological anthropology and spiritual theology from the "Teresianum" Pontifical Theological Faculty, Rome. He has served in a number of pastoral roles, including spiritual ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/12/other-pontifical-acts_17.html

"The Theory of Everything": A God-Haunted Film INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - December 17, 2014 ... one of the opening scenes, the young Hawking meets Jane, his future wife, in a bar and tells her that he is a cosmologist. "What's cosmology?" she asks, and he responds, "Religion for intelligent atheists." "What do cosmologists worship?" she persists. And he replies, "A single unifying equation that explains everything in the universe." Later on, Stephen brings Jane to his family's home for dinner and she challenges him, "You've never said why you don't believe in God." He says, "A physicist ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/12/the-theory-of-everything-a-god-haunted-film.html

Every Child Makes a Difference THE PIME MISSIONARIES USA - December 16, 2014 ... Berendt, PIME According to some statistics I ran across on the internet I was amazed to learn that globally approximately four children are born every second. That's about 250 every minute, 15,000 every hour, 360,000 every day – every year about 131.4 million babies are born. That's a lot of crying babies! A question comes to my mind : "Does the birth of a baby – any baby for that matter – make a difference to our world?" The answer of course ...http://pimeusa.wordpress.com/2014/12/16/every-child-makes-a-difference/

St. Adelaide: Patron of Abuse Victims CATHOLIC FIRE - December 16, 2014 The Saint of the day for December 16th is St. Adelaide of Burgundy, a marvel of grace and beauty, according to her spiritual director and biographer, St. Odilon of Cluny. She was born a princess in 1931 and was to become not only the Queen of Italy, but the Empress of Italy. More importantly, Adelaide lived a holy life, which wasn't an easy task, given her circumstances in life, and was later canonized a saint. The daughter of King Rupert II ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/12/st-adelaide-patron-of-abuse-victims.html

Saint of the Day: John of the Cross DA MIHI ANIMAS - December 14, 2014 Today we remember a great mystic in the Church! Saint John of the Cross (24 June 1542-–14 December 1591) was a major figure of the Counter-Reformation, a Spanish mystic, and Carmelite friar and priest, born at Fontiveros, a small village near Ávila, Spain. The following comes from the Catholic Online Site : Born in Spain in 1542, John learned the importance of self-sacrificing love from his parents. His father gave up wealth, ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/12/saint-of-day-john-of-cross.html

Sunday Word, 14 Dec 14 TO FIND FRUIT - December 14, 2014 ... this or that—meaningless acts—but the door is locked and can only be opened from the outside. That is how I feel just now." 2 What are we to make of his image when today's scriptures and mass prayers overflow with rejoicing and encourage us to rejoice ? I have pondered that. Our Catholic both/and view of life—divine and human—emerged. Like Pastor Bonhoeffer, you and I are all our dimensions; we can delight even in difficult circumstances. We don't delight in a difficult ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2014/12/sunday-word-14-dec-14.html

Saint John of the Cross: Doctor of Love MOUNT CARMEL - December 14, 2014 Doctor of Love Feast Day: December 14th Carmelite, Mystic, Doctor of the Church The Carmelite Order celebrates the feast of Saint John of the Cross on December 14th. Saint John is first of my favorite male Saints, with St. Francis De Sales, as my second. Humanly speaking, his life was a story of poverty and sufferings but spiritually, it was a story of love between a creature and the Creator. To know Saint John we need to know some basic ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MountCarmel/~3/yr2cFlGtNpU/doctor-of-love.html

Feast of St. Lucy and Traditional Celebrations CATHOLIC FIRE - December 13, 2014 December 13th is the feast of St. Lucy (283-304), a noblewoman who was born in Syracuse, Italy, during the Diocletian persecution. She made a vow of virginity and distributed her wealth to the poor. This generosity angered the pagan youth to whom she had been unwillingly betrothed and who denounced her to Paschasius, the governor of Sicily. When it was decided to violate her virginity in a place of shame, Lucy, with the help of the Holy Spirit, stood immovable. A fire was ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/12/feast-of-st-lucy-and-traditional.html

St. John of the Cross ATONEMENTONLINE - December 13, 2014 St. John of the Cross was born in Spain in 1542, and he learned some important lessons from his parents -- especially the importance of sacrificial love. His father gave up tremendous wealth and social status when he fell in love and married a weaver's daughter, and was disowned by his noble family. After his father died, John's mother kept the destitute family together as they wandered homeless in search of work. These were the examples of sacrifice that John followed as ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/12/st-john-of-cross.html

St. Lucy and Advent Ember Week FR. Z'S BLOG - December 13, 2014 ... et construction. Confoveo is "to cherish, caress, keep warm." It is a compound of foveo which essentially is "to be hot, to roast". It obviously deals with heat, flame, light. This is a good word for this time of year in the northern hemisphere (unless you are in, say, Florida). Conspicio is "to look at attentively, to get sight of, to descry, perceive, observe". We are obviously dealing the seeing and sight. This word should ring mental bells for the throngs of you readers who attended Holy ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/oMP7A0czSq0/

Happy Birthday, Jesus! EST QUOD EST - December 11, 2014 ... would have, no doubt, commemorated the blessed event that both Saint Matthew and Saint Luke chronicle for us. In summary, it is completely reasonable to state that the early Christians both knew and commemorated the birth of Christ. Their source would have been His Immaculate ...http://contrapauli.blogspot.com/2014/12/happy-birthday-jesus.html

St. Andrew's Chapel - A Quiet Treasure at the U. S. Naval Academy THE HILL COUNTRY HERMIT - December 11, 2014 ... the late 5 th century. St. Brendan established several monastic communities including a large monastery at Clonfert (within present-day County Galway) near A.D. 559. Brendan also spent much time at sea making missionary journeys, sailing from one location to another, allowing God to navigate his ship. Some claim that he once actually sailed all the way to North America. St. Andrew the Apostle Another stained glass window is of the patron saint of the chapel, St. Andrew, an ...http://theresadoyle-nelson.blogspot.com/2014/11/st-andrews-chapel-quiet-treasure-at-u-s.html

The Feast of Pope St Damasus I NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 11, 2014 ... October of 366, at roughly the age of 60, and died on this day in 384. His family was of Spanish descent, but he himself was born in Rome, and served as deacon at the church of St Lawrence Outside-the-Walls. He was elected to the papacy in the midst of controversy, since a small group of the clergy supported another candidate, Ursicinus; the followers of this schism seized control of the Liberian Basilica (now St Mary Major), and could only be repressed with violence, and the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/RN2qif0cktY/the-feast-of-pope-st-damasus-i-366-384.html

Pope St. Damasus I: A Great Devotee of the Saints CATHOLIC FIRE - December 11, 2014 ... Valentinian, who reigned from 364 to 375, generally fulfilled his duties as a Catholic statesman of his day, the Eastern Emperor Valens promoted Arianism and persecuted Eastern Catholics who upheld orthodoxy. Damasus held two local councils reaffirming the Roman Church's opposition to Arianism, and condemning bishops who taught it. Damasus also played a role in condemning a very different heresy, Apollinarianism. Its author, the bishop Apollinaris of Laodicea, taught that Jesus had taken on a ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/12/pope-st-damasus-i-great-devotee-of.html

Fr Edwin Merchant SJ, Francophile THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - December 10, 2014 ... Thunder Bay, Ontario. He was in his 85 th year and in religious life for 66 years. Ed Merchant was born in Port Arthur, Ontario on July 21, 1930, the son of William Merchant and Margaret Curley. He was proud to have been born in a Jesuit parish, St. Andrew's, and later served there as pastor. He was young when his father died. For a few years he attended Jesuit Regiopolis High School in Kingston, Ontario and entered the Society of Jesus at Guelph on July 30, ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2014/12/fr-edward-merchant-francophile.html

A Pilgrimage to Greccio to See the Hardships Jesus Underwent for Us SERVANT AND STEWARD - December 9, 2014 ... where on Christmas Eve in the year 1223 Saint Francis began the now beloved custom of erecting Nativity displays. I was one of those pilgrims in May of 1998 and this past Saturday I returned to Greccio again as a pilgrim. Now, every pilgrimage has to have its share of difficulties and ours began (another priest from the Casa Santa Maria came with me) at the train stop at the base of the mountain on which Greccio has been built. The first difficulty was a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/QoFtuqqwyTg/a-pilgrimate-to-greccio-to-see.html

The House of David / Catholic Spiritual Direction INTO STILLNESS - December 9, 2014 ... Spiritual Direction The House of David Catholic Spiritual Direction ...http://intostillness.wordpress.com/2014/12/09/the-house-of-david-catholic-spiritual-direction/

About St. Benedict BLOG BY-THE-SEA - December 9, 2014 Re-posted from July 10, 2006. Benedictus (known to us as "St. Benedict") was born around 480 in the province of Nursia, in Italy. He was free, from a good family, but not from one of the great families of the area. He spent his childhood in Rome, where he received his early education in the study of humanity. However, he saw that those who pursued a traditional education often fell into dissolute behavior, and he decided to abandon that life. Before he began the study of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blog-by-the-sea/~3/v87vpFWIcjo/about_st_benedi.html

Feast of the Immaculate Conception FREEDOM THROUGH TRUTH - December 8, 2014 The Office of Readings for this wonderful Feast has this writing. SECOND READING From a sermon by Saint Anselm, bishop (Oratio 52: PL 158, 955-956) Virgin Mary, all nature is blessed by you Blessed Lady, sky and stars, earth and rivers, day and night—everything that is subject to the power or use of man—rejoice that through you they are in some sense restored to their lost beauty and are endowed with inexpressible new grace. All creatures were dead, as it ...http://freethroughtruth.blogspot.com/2014/12/feast-of-immaculate-conception.html

Saint Anselm of Canterbury Quote (On the Blessed Virgin) SAINT QUOTE OF THE DAY - December 7, 2014 ... nature Son of God and Son of Mary. The whole universe was created by God, and God was born of Mary. God created all things, and Mary gave birth to God. The God who made all things gave himself form through Mary, and thus he made his own creation. He who could create all things from nothing would not remake his ruined creation without Mary. God, then, is the Father of the created world and Mary the mother of the re-created world. God is the Father by whom all things were given ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SaintQuoteOfTheDay/~3/gKjr6BvD-as/saint-anselm-of-canterbury-quote-on.html

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