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Signs of the Holy One: Part I NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 28, 2016 ... where people needed God's help and a strong church community to overcome herculean personal and practical challenges. For us, becoming holy meant making the right moral decisions, decisions which "set one apart" from the decay and collapse all around. Becoming holy meant trusting God for safety, provision, and strength. After gaining strength, being holy also meant returning to the streets, but this time as a servant and a witness of faith, even if we could only do a little bit to help. After ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Fc3SuE4w8LA/signs-of-holy-one-part-i.html
NFP...my Different Story... THY WILL BE DONE... - January 28, 2016 My NFP story I guess I should start with the way my husband proposed to me… First of all we started dating when I was 16 and he was 19. Yes, my parents were desperate to marry me off. I mean come on, I was the baby, the ninth child, and the fifth daughter. We dated for almost two years. I was ready to get married at age 18 but he decided that he needed a break…and I got the break…it was in my heart! A week after I decided I never wanted to see him again, ...http://babystepsjmj.blogspot.com/2016/01/nfpmy-different-story.html
Thomas Merton and Pornchai Moontri: A Prayer for the Year of Mercy A RAM IN THE THICKET - December 6, 2015 By Ryan A. MacDonald Pornchai Moontri was Valedictorian of his high school graduating class of 2012 Tragedy struck the life of Pornchai Moontri obstructing justice and mercy. Now echoed in a prayer by Thomas Merton, the redemption of Pornchai evokes the Year of Mercy. Some recent posts over on These Stone Walls made me want to revisit something I published a few years ago but never got back to. It was an article titled "Pornchai Moontri at the Narrow Gate," ...http://araminthethicket.blogspot.com/2015/12/thomas-merton-and-pornchai-moontri.html
Seminarians Offer Service at St. Joseph Shelter MOUNT ANGEL SEMINARY JOURNALISM - October 26, 2015 Story and photos by Dustin Vu The time at last came. This was the day that the second half of the College II class was to do a community service project. The eight of us assembled in front of the Damian Center around 12:40. For some, this was not their first time going out to do off-hill work; for others this was unprecedented. After we had all gotten together, our crew went off in two cars along with Fr. Steve Clovis. At St. Joseph's Shelter, which is run by the ...http://masjournalism.blogspot.com/2015/10/seminarians-offer-service-at-st-joseph.html