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Alumni Spotlight: Reggie Badua IMPACTING CULTURE BLOG - December 15, 2014 The Alumni Spotlight is a series of short interviews with graduates of JPCatholic. The interviews explore their advice for future students, and their thoughts on impacting culture through business, media, and theology. Today we interview Reggie Badua, who graduated from JPCatholic in 2013 with a B.S. in Communications Media with an emphasis in New Evangelization. 1. Where do you currently work? I am currently the Coordinator of Youth Ministry at Our Lady of Perpetual ...http://www.impactingculture.com/2014/12/15/alumni-spotlight-reggie-badua/

New York's New St. Cecilia Academy for Pastoral Musicians - Educating Those Working for the Church NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 11, 2014 How does one work for excellent music in the parish? One answer is to educate those working for the Church as musicians in the principles of sacred music and liturgy. A few months ago, I announced the inaugural academic year of the St. Cecilia Academy for Pastoral Musicians , a new initiative of the Office of Liturgy in the Archdiocese of New York , offered through St. Joseph's Seminary (Dunwoodie) in Yonkers. The initiative, brought about through the work of the director ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/oCQz3RePvFM/new-yorks-new-st-cecilia-academy-for.html

The Talbot Memorial Bridge in Dublin ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - November 29, 2014 ... lived - drunk and in abject poverty. Yet within a year of his death in 1925 he became an inspiration to millions across the world. For Matt took the pledge - a promise to abstain from alcohol - in 1884 and turned to God. He overcame tortuous temptation with prayer, attending Mass each morning at 5am. He died on the street, the depth of his devotion becoming obvious when the heavy chains and knotted ropes, embedded into his flesh, were removed by mortuary workers. He had lived ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-talbot-memorial-bridge-in-dublin.html

For the Memorial of St. Charles Borromeo PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - November 18, 2014 ... years of age, was created cardinal, and by the side of his uncle, Pius IV, administered the affairs of the Holy See. His first care was the direction of the Council of Trent. He urged forward its sessions, guided its deliberations by continual correspondence from Rome, and by his firmness carried it to its conclusion. Then he entered upon a still more arduous work - the execution of its decrees. As Archbishop of Milan, he enforced their observance, and thoroughly restored the discipline of his ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2010/11/for-memorial-of-st-charles-borromeo.html

Do the Works YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - November 17, 2014 ... me in Your Grace, and lead me in the way of salvation. Give me strength in serving You as a follower of Christ. May the Eucharist bring me Your Forgiveness and give me freedom to serve You all my life. May it help me to remain faithful and give me the grace I need in Your service. May it teach me the way to eternal life. Top of Form Amen. Study The blind man can see what the sighted cannot. He "sees" and recognizes that Jesus is the Messiah by alluding to a title we first heard in the Canticle ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/11/do-works.html

Navarre Bible Commentary:33rd Monday in Ordinary Time JOE CATHOLIC - November 17, 2014 ... war, but many years ago I had occasion to visit a battlefield shortly after an engagement. There, strewn all over the ground, were greatcoats, water bottles, haversacks stuffed with family souvenirs, letters, photographs of loved ones … which belonged, moreover, not to the vanquished but to the victors! All these items had become superfluous in the bid to race forward and leap over the enemy defences. Just as happened to Bartimaeus, as he raced towards Christ. "Never forget that Christ ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/11/navarre-bible-commentary-33rd-monday-in.html

Alumni Spotlight: Gayle Heyman IMPACTING CULTURE BLOG - November 3, 2014 The Alumni Spotlight is a series of short interviews with graduates of JPCatholic. The interviews explore their advice for future students, and their thoughts on impacting culture through business, media, and theology. Today we interview Gayle Heyman who graduated from JPCatholic in 2014 with an MA in Biblical Theology. 1. Where do you currently work? I am working at Saint Brigid Parish in San Diego as the Director of Religious Education. I am responsible ...http://www.impactingculture.com/2014/11/03/alumni-spotlight-gayle-heyman/

Adult Education Series on Prayer: Session 6, Spiritual Reading THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - October 31, 2014 The adult ed series on prayer is being given on Tuesday evenings at 7pm at Corpus Christi in Great Falls, MT by Father Ryan Erlenbush. On the importance of spiritual reading and the lives of the saints. Handouts are posted below. Listen online [here] (part 1)! Listen online [here] (part 2)! Recommendations for spiritual reading, from Fr. Ryan If you want a good introduction to the spiritual life in general, consider: Introduction to the Devout Life , by St. Francis de ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2014/10/adult-education-series-on-prayer.html

15 Tips to Help Your Prayer Life AGGIE CATHOLICS - October 27, 2014 ... on how to overcome difficulties, we ought to talk about why we pray. St. Paul writes: "With all prayer and supplication, pray at every opportunity in the Spirit." - Ephesians 6:18 Paul doesn't just suggest, but commands us, to pray "in the Spirit" at "every opportunity". If we are to follow this command, it should be done out of love, not out of mere obedience. But, how are we to meet this high call? He writes in another letter: "The Spirit too comes to the aid of our ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2012/09/15-tips-to-help-your-prayer-life.html

What Is the Grace of Final Perseverance? PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - October 21, 2014 ... in righteous standing before God. This gift preserves that state by enabling our will to cooperate with the various means of receiving grace, namely prayer and the sacraments. The grace of final perseverance also implies that death comes when we are in that state of grace, and not in a state of mortal sin. By that I mean, when a person prays for the grace of final perseverance, he is also praying that death will come in a timely manner, when his soul is in ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2014/10/what-is-grace-of-final-perseverance.html

Perseverance in Writing…no Matter What! WINDOWS TO THE SOUL BLOG - October 20, 2014 ... form project that takes months or years. Countless obstacles make it hard to complete a writing project. Here's my short list of recurring obstacles: Multiple creative projects Distractions Deadlines (for other projects) Fatigue (writerly fatigue if we've simply been pushing hard on a project for a long time; or fatigue from other stuff in our lives–both affect us) Creative burn out (not taking care of ourselves creatively as writers) The resistance of the project itself ...http://windowstothesoul.wordpress.com/2014/10/20/perseverance-in-writing-no-matter-what/

This Week's Gospel Is Very Appropriate THE LEWIS CRUSADE - October 13, 2014 http://lewiscrusade.wordpress.com/2014/10/13/this-weeks-gospel-is-very-appropriate/

Getting the Most Out of London (while I Still Can): NEWS ALERT NUNBLOG - October 11, 2014 ... work we've been doing--but that will have to wait until some technical snafus get straightened out (Our Lady, Undoer of Knots, pray for us!). While I am still here, I have the chance on the weekends to see as many of the local wonders as possible. And so today, even though I only had a few hours of free time, I made it to the justly famous Tower Bridge (you might think of it as "London Bridge," because it is the bridge you always see in depictions of the city, but in actual fact, London Bridge ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2014/10/getting-most-out-of-london-while-i.html

Address to the Los Angeles Senatus of the Legion of Mary PRINTED AS PREACHED - October 11, 2014 ... Gospel, Christ gave us a parable, telling us that our heavenly Father planted a vineyard, set a hedge around it, dug a winepress in it and built a tower. And he leased out the land to tenants. After they became violent, even against the landowners son, the vineyard would be given to a new generation, to produce its fruits. These images which Our Lord gives us, we can easily meditate upon within the Third Luminous Mystery of the Rosary - the Proclamation of the Kingdom. When I reflect upon this ...http://printedaspreached.blogspot.com/2014/10/address-to-los-angeles-senatus-of.html

Where Can We Find Justice? TEN THOUSAND PLACES - September 29, 2014 ... a state of near-constant warfare with one another. Israel did have a brief period of ascendancy and consequent peace in its history, in the reigns of David and Solomon more or less, but not long after that came the succession of imperial powers, a sword constantly held at the throat of God's chosen people. And these are the people to whom God chose to reveal Himself and ultimately entrusted the fullest revelation of His own self becoming man and living among us. And of course this fullest ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/09/where-can-we-find-justice.html

Giving Him Our Time and Relinquishing Control A MOM FOR LIFE-THE UNCONVENTIONAL FAMILY - September 25, 2014 I have written about my conversion to Catholicism before. I am very aware of my perspective as a convert, and sometimes I feel the need to share some thoughts on being that ex-prot/non-denom/evangelical. Now is one of those times. I may have mentioned that just being raised non-Catholic, I was taught either directly or indirectly, negative things about Catholics. Whether it was my mother, who went to Catholic school ( I don't really know if she also was baptized or ...http://amomforlife-theunconventionalfamily.blogspot.com/2014/09/giving-him-our-time-and-relinquishing.html

Why We Need to Praise God and Glorify the Trinity As a Constant Practice. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - September 14, 2014 One of the most common prayers that the Catholic prays, apart from the Lord's Prayer and the Hail Mary is the Glory Be. In this simple and short prayer, we make a very simple statement, or as traditional Catholicism calls it an ejaculation, that gives glory to the three persons of the Blessed Trinity whom we acknowledge has always existed, and will always exist for all time. Why is this a prayer? After all, there is no ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2014/09/why-we-need-to-praise-god-and-glorify.html

Coping With Change As a Family EYES ON HEAVEN - September 9, 2014 It's good to be posting again! I was in an unexpected blogging break because we moved on short notice from. Iraq to the U.S. (Pittsburgh area). We aren't fully settled in yet, and are still job hunting, hoping we find something soon so we know we can definitely stay in the area and start getting put together. it's been an absolute whirlwind of a month, with so many unknowns and unexpected changes, hopes and disappointments, sad goodbyes and happy hellos as we left our ...http://eyesonheaven.net/coping-change-family/

Reflections on Spiritual Direction THOUGHTS ON GRACE - September 4, 2014 I will lead the blind on their journey; by paths unknown I will guide them. I will turn darkness into light before them, and make crooked ways straight. These things I will do for them, and will not forsake them. - Isaiah 42:16 I had not heard about spiritual direction before I made my Cursillo weekend. For those of you who have not gone on a Cursillo weekend, the term "cursillo" means "short course." My husband and I like to call it ...http://colleenspiro.blogspot.com/2014/09/reflections-on-spiritual-direction.html

Shhh....It's a Library Post! IMPRISONED IN MY BONES - August 28, 2014 ... St. Mary of the Lake Seminary in Mundelein, Illinois, which is renown as one of only 250 of the world's greatest libraries, so I will try to put the missing pictures into words and share the beauty of that magical place of learning here and now without waiting for another trip to Illinois to capture more photos. If you are ever afforded the opportunity to visit St. Mary of the Lake Seminary at Mundelein, after enjoying the beautiful grounds, lush with lakes and gardens and statues, and perhaps ...http://annebender.blogspot.com/2014/08/shhhits-library-post.html

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