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St. John Paul II: A Five-Day Mini Unit AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - April 21, 2014 ... setting. St. John Paul II: A Five-Day Mini Unit is also adaptable to parish youth ministry. The basic lesson plan for each of the five days is organized around: · An opening discussion · An opportunity for a teacher-led presentation and/or class reading on the main topic · Short video presentations that support the topic · A handout synopsis of the material Unit Overview The scope and sequence of the St. John Paul II: A Five-Day Mini Unit ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/mN8s1mj_MyE/

Homeschooling: 7 Things I've Learned Lately FEAR NOT LITTLE FLOCK - March 28, 2014 ... high school testing (girl 14) Lego engineering (boy) Presanctified Liturgy (all) teach college class (me) Thursday - Lego engineering (boy) Guitar (girl 13) College speech class (girl 14) teach college class (me) Friday- tap class (girl 4 and boy) Tae kwan do (boy) Shakespeare combat (boy) high school testing if needed (girl 14) 3 hour ballet/jazz (girl 14, girl 13) Saturday - tae kwan do (boy), church Sunday- church I think ...http://remnantofremnant.blogspot.com/2014/03/homeschooling-7-things-ive-learned.html

Fostering Vocations: The Duty of the Entire Christian Community SERVANT AND STEWARD - March 24, 2014 ... mentioned a couple of times in writing (not ever verbally) that he is interested in priesthood. He is a popular kid, a football player, has a girlfriend, etc. I want to encourage him in his discernment, but don't want to freak him out either. Any advice on how should I approach him. Again, we've never discussed it and he has only written it in various answers he has turned in. Unfortunately, priests and vocation directors receive questions far too infrequently. Every commitment in life, every ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/pr7Il0TAnQA/fostering-vocations-duty-of-entire.html

What Is a Sacramental? Reflection DAILY PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS - March 24, 2014 ... of that invitation, and all the more meaningful because of the location of the Church, high on a hill in a city of great importance. 1670 of the catechism "Sacramentals do not confer the grace of the Holy Spirit in the way that the sacraments do, but by the Church's prayer, they prepare us to receive grace and dispose us to cooperate with it." For well-disposed members of the faithful, the liturgy of the sacraments and sacramentals sanctifies almost every event of their lives ...http://prayersandmeditations.com/2014/03/24/what-is-a-sacramental-reflection/

New Writer Bio...Marilyn Joan Pientka ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - March 19, 2014 ... my heart be acceptable to you O Lord , my rock and my redeemer. Psalm ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2014/03/new-writer-biomarilyn-joan-pientka.html

What to Do After a Difficult Week Teaching Religious Education OF SOUND MIND AND SPIRIT - March 18, 2014 Have you had a terribly difficult week teaching religious education? My last class before Spring Break was just awful. Was it them? Was it me? Was it a full moon? Whatever it was, I was thankful for the break. But before walking back into my classroom of third graders, I knew I needed to take action to improve the situation. Teaching religious education to children can be difficult as well as extremely rewarding. Jesus is the heart of all catechesis, so usually when ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SoundMindAndSpirit/~3/yQzhMoj76A0/what-to-do-after-difficult-week.html

Lectio Divina: Tools of the Workshop NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 17, 2014 ... medium is the things themselves; its goal is to get closer to the reality and to conform oneself to it. When we study, we are taking things into our mind; when we pray, we are being drawn to the thing itself, which, at least at times, forces our mind to be quiet. These activities absolutely support one another and can even flow freely into each other, but the difference is pronounced enough to make it possible that one might spend a while studying Scripture and never really pray, just as one ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/VPIa1Tijq2s/lectio-divina-tools-of-workshop.html

At, Hopefully, Winter's End CAELUM ET TERRA - March 9, 2014 ... Necessary I really think that if you did nothing else for Lent – no fasting, no penances, no abstaining- and merely prayed the Prayer of St Ephraim with an attentive and reflective heart that you would have a very fruitful Lent. I am off to another half-fast Lent, but I pray this prayer: There are a lot of versions of this prayer; my favorite reads "Take from me the spirit of indifference, despondency, lust for power and idle chatter." S ...http://caelumetterra.wordpress.com/2014/03/09/at-hopefully-winters-end/

Practical Lenten Ideas PAUL MASEK'S BLOG - March 5, 2014 ... If you are like me, perhaps you've made Lenten commitments in the past that were difficult – if not impossible - to maintain. Broken Lenten promises can easily lead to unnecessary guilt and shame, which then leads to despair. In previous Lenten seasons, I have found myself lamenting, "If I can't keep these simple promises, why should I even try?" It's important to keep trying to because our attempts make God happy. One of my favorite prayers by Thomas Merton includes these lines "I ...http://stlyouth.org/practical-lenten-ideas

Ash Wednesday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - March 5, 2014 ... glory, which is eternal." Since Old Testament times, ashes have been a symbol of sorrow for sin. "For I did eat ashes like bread, and mingled my drink with weeping." (Psalm 101:10) In the early Church, only "public" sinners, those guilty of murder, adultery, or idolatry, who had formally repented, would receive ashes on Ash Wednesday. During Lent, they would humbly kneel at the doors of the church, not entering until they were given absolution on Holy Thursday. The famous liturgist, Abbot ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2013/02/ash-wednesday.html

The Most Christian Film at the Oscars IMPACTING CULTURE BLOG - March 3, 2014 ... besides giving us a technically complex spectacle, it gives us a story independent of its themes. As a film, Gravity pushed the limits of filmmaking technology, inventing new ways of filming actors and making them weightless, and creating shots so elaborate and breathtaking, the audience felt weightless themselves. The filmmakers set out to tell a story about rebirth, about despair, and about the value of human life, but more importantly they set out to tell a story about astronauts who are ...http://www.impactingculture.com/2014/03/03/most-christian-film-oscars/

7 Quick Takes {Take 33} Family Friday Edition... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - February 28, 2014 ... except attend Mass with us, so she's still in the Catholic pipeline. *beams* -2- Fasting &Abstinence During Lent, the entire family does not eat meat on Fridays. If for some reason my husband is eating by himself (lunch), he is ambivalent about whether he eats meat or not. :) If he's feeling like a ham sandwich, he'll have one. But we plan meatless dinners. At his Catholic school, Henry always receives a meatless lunch if he's buying, which is nice. If he's packing, either Mike or I will ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/02/7-quick-takes-take-33-family-friday.html

Hot Yoga - Some Like It Hot Hot Hot BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - February 27, 2014 ... story. Hot Yoga, people either seem to love it or hate it, and some even fear it. I had heard horror story after horror story about people's first experience with hot yoga. Tam Hamilton the triFit consultant at work recommended I try it as a treat for myself. I had done almost 200 days straight of DDP Yoga and am working on my certification as a Level 1 DDP Yoga Instructor and was looking to try something different. And yet even with a little fear something in me really wanted ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/al81d1EFWFw/hot-yoga-some-like-it-hot-hot-hot.html

Remembering Our Salesian Protomartyrs DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 25, 2014 ... He gained a degree in philosophy, and was soon ready for priestly ordination which took place in 1895. Don Rua appointed him as director of novices at just 23 years of age at Genzano in Rome, a task he carried out for ten years with kindness, firmness and patience. Missionary to China After much insistence from the bishop of Macao, in 1906 six Salesians arrived in China, led by Fr Versiglia. Thus a prophecy of Don Bosco's came true. In Macao he established the Salesian "mother ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/02/remembering-our-salesian-protomartyrs.html

Kick-Starting Your Prayer Life AGGIE CATHOLICS - February 19, 2014 All of us have difficulties with prayer and we have to understand this is normal. Prayer is a relationship and one that takes a lot of work to get even to the point of even being OK. In many ways prayer is like any other relationship. Many of us start out basing it, in many ways, on good experiences and emotions. This, as in a romantic relationship, is a good thing, because it helps bring two people closer together. But, real love can only ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2014/02/kick-starting-your-prayer-life.html

Too Much Information FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - February 13, 2014 ... family prayers and Mass. In fact the dominant idea was that 'we listen to stories about Jesus'. So my next question: what if the readings were in a language you couldn't understand? Slowly we began to get to the idea that Mass was a meeting with God, through Jesus. +++ Some friends, good Catholic parents, with a good Catholic brood, five under 12s spoke to me a few weeks about their new discovery that makes Sunday less than hellish. Mary, not her real name, had been a mum who took charge of ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2014/02/too-much-information.html

Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee COMMUNITY OF CATHOLIC BLOGGERS - February 10, 2014 Prepared this for my 1st and 2nd graders' religion school class at my Ukrainian Byzantine Catholic parish (full communion with the Roman Pontiff). Not sure it was at their grade level, so thought I should share it here too! Have a great week! 2 Timothy 3:10-15 10 Now you have observed my teaching, my conduct, my aim in life, my faith, my patience, my love, my steadfastness, 11 my persecutions, and my suffering the things that happened to me in Antioch, Iconium, and Lystra. ...http://communityofcatholicbloggers.blogspot.com/2014/02/sunday-of-publican-and-pharisee.html

American Atheists, Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Straw Man SHAMELESS POPERY - February 3, 2014 ... prayer and pokes fun at Catholics : American Atheists is putting up a new billboard making fun of prayer outside Metlife Stadium in New Jersey, where the Super Bowl is scheduled to take place on Sunday. The 14 feet by 48 feet billboard features a man in a priest uniform with the text "A 'Hail Mary' only works in football. Enjoy the game!" referring to the Roman Catholic prayer to the Virgin Mary and also the name of a long-forward pass in ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/02/football-formal-logic-and-new-atheism.html

Homily: "You Count Now" BUKAS PALAD - January 12, 2014 ... represented my class in the sprints, I was never good enough to be part of the school team. I guess it should have been obvious to a short guy like me that sprinters have a different physical built. Yet throughout my high school days, all I wanted was to be counted amongst the sprinters. I suspect we have all had a group that we wanted to belong to when we were younger. Can you remember your group? Our need to belong to this group, whatever it may have been, ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2014/01/homily-you-count-now.html

St. Joseph - Conway SNUP'S VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW - January 12, 2014 ... the door. Usually the wobbly is diffused when I explain what I'm doing and that I won't take pictures during Mass (usually...bizarreness is an exception) As usual with any church built after 1965, entrance doors to the church can be tricky to find. I follow some people in and am in an old church where the side wall has been knocked down. I'm standing there in a big gathering space of what used to be the nave of a church built in 1925. A classic old baptismal font is in the ...http://viewfrombackpew.blogspot.com/2014/01/st-joseph-conway.html