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Summer Book Club Update! LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - June 1, 2017 Happy Thursday all! Our book club poll is closed, and our big winner is The Well , by Stephanie Landsem! As a reminder, this is scripture-based historical fiction, and our description is thus: In the rich tradition of Francine Rivers's Lineage of Grace series, comes a beautiful retelling of the biblical story of the woman at the well—bringing to life this poignant young woman struggling to survive love and heartbreak. Could he be the One we've ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2017/06/summer-book-club-update.html

"Dying and Rising With Him" by Colleen O'Sullivan YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 26, 2017 ... ever go on without him? Would we even care if it went on without Jesus beside us? I would have been filled with apprehension and sadness. But not that many weeks ago, I was on retreat for the Triduum. I saw for myself the truth in Jesus' words. On Holy Thursday, Jesus stunned the disciples by kneeling down and washing their filthy, cracked, tired feet. The Master became the servant and then turned around and asked us to do as he had done, to serve one another. The bread was broken and the cup ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/05/dying-and-rising-with-him-by-colleen.html

The Book Club Poll Is Open! LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - May 16, 2017 ... of her mother, Nava, Mara struggles against the constant threats of starvation or exile. Mara and Nava's lives are forever changed with the arrival of two men: Shem, a mysterious young man from Caesarea, and Jesus, a Jewish teacher. Nava is transformed by Jesus, but his teachings come too late and she is stoned by the unforgiving villagers. Desperate to save her dying mother, Mara and Shem embark on a journey to seek Jesus' help—a journey that brings ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2017/05/the-book-club-poll-is-open.html

Happy Easter, He Is Risen! MARY LENABURG - April 20, 2017 ... soldiers, you see him change. His eyes are opened to the injustice of it all. As they make their way up the final hill Simon begins to encourage Jesus. "It's almost over. You are almost there. Just keep going. I'm here. It's almost over." I don't know why I haven't heard those lines before. I watched the actors interplay and it was powerful. Simon reaching around Jesus and carrying the bulk of the weight. Jesus reaching around Simon and leaning on him for support. The heavy cross between them. ...http://www.marylenaburg.com/2017/04/happy-easter-he-is-risen.html/

Personalities to Ponder in Lent: Mary REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - April 9, 2017 ... per se, it is worth pondering over. What lies at the heart of this kind of reflection, which is speculatively theological in nature, is really the reflection on the nature of the relationship between mother and son. However, here is where it becomes truly special, requiring one to tread with extreme delicateness – it is a relationship of a very special mother and a very special son – that of a Mother who is a Virgin and a son who is Divine. It is a relationship that is far from ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2017/04/personalities-to-ponder-in-lent-mary.html

The Fifth Sunday of Lent IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - March 29, 2017 ... life, a God who can bring new life from death. Let us not get in the way of this good God. Instead, let us help God by resurrecting the broken spirits of those around us. Ezekiel says, "I will open your graves and have your rise from them. O my people. I will put my spirit in you that you may live. I have promised and I will do it." What death in your soul needs new life? We all have disappointments, failures, betrayals, shame, and hurt that need to be healed. I suggest we name these areas: ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-fifth-sunday-of-lent.html

A Reader Asks: Sharing Newfound Faith With Friends YOUNG AND CATHOLIC - February 28, 2017 ... speaking a different language. I want to be able to express my religion with my friends without feeling hurt about their passive aggressive opinions. When I talk to them it sometimes feels as if I'm apologizing for my beliefs, knowing that my opinion is contradicting or annoying them. How do I maintain healthy relationships with my friends if at times they draw me towards sin? How do I express how I've "opened my eyes" to my religion as not just a phase, but something that I want to make a ...http://youngandcatholic.net/2017/02/a-reader-asks-sharing-newfound-faith-with-friends/

How to 'Rein In' Worrisome Thoughts FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - February 26, 2017 Worrying begins at a very young age. (Eighth Sunday of the Year (A): This homily was given on February 26, 2017 at St. Pius X Church, Westerly, R.I., by Fr. Raymond Suriani. Read Matthew 6: 24-34.) [For the audio version of this homily, click here: Eighth Sunday 2017 ] Rein in your thoughts! Those four words, I would say, sum up the Lord's message to us in this gospel text we just heard from Matthew, chapter 6. Rein in your thoughts! To "rein something in," as most of us ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2017/02/how-to-rein-in-worrisome-thoughts.html

Lenten Reading: The Big List of Nonfiction HAPPY CATHOLIC* - February 24, 2017 ... biographies of a diverse group of people that pack in a lot of information . Each story turns on the fact that they surrendered themselves to God and sacrificed themselves in some way for the greater good. The men range from George Washington to Jackie Robinson to Chuck Colson. Women range from Joan of Arc to Rosa Parks to Mother Teresa. Plus some in each group that you probably haven't heard of. Metaxas isn't heavy handed but he doesn't shy away from occasionally raising points that encourage ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/02/lenten-reading-big-list-of-nonfiction.html