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A Sample of Venerable Matt Talbot's Notes to Himself VENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - February 24, 2017 Matt Vander Vennet , a doctoral student studying church history at Catholic University of America, authored the following article (posted here without photos) titled, "Super Awesome Saintly Sayings from Ven. Matt Talbot," which was posted February 13, 2017 at http://epicpew.com/super-awesome-spiritual-sayings-ven-matt-talbot/ . The author provides a snapshot of Matt Talbot's life and also lists selected sayings ( about scripture, spiritual life or Catholic doctrine or ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2017/02/a-sample-of-venerable-matt-talbots.html
ACN News - In South Sudan, Survival Is Daily Struggle for Ordinary Citizens A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - January 23, 2017 ... become refugees. In either case, they are forced to live in camps where there is lack of food and water; where there are no schools—where, in short, there is no future. Most of the families have lost loved ones in the fighting; some have been recruited by force, even children; women suffer rape and violence, and then are stigmatized because of being violated. There is a grave shortage of medical care, in particular, and there are growing number of deaths among the ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2017/01/acn-news-in-south-sudan-survival-is.html
What Do You See? FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - January 15, 2017 ... all over the world, especially in the last few decades. Recent popes have often mentioned him and quoted him in their World Youth Day talks and homilies—and in other addresses they've given where lots of young people have been present. Pier Giorgio was born in Turin, Italy in 1901, and died just 24 years later of polio—a disease that he probably contracted from the many sick people he visited and cared for during his relatively short life. He came from a wealthy ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2017/01/what-do-you-see.html
Column: Advent 1: This Very Moment the Pavements Are Laid in Carnelians QUANTUM THEOLOGY - December 1, 2016 ... my to-do list. And very little can wait for another week, or perhaps even another day. I long for the luxury of waiting, of having time to sit and watch, to take long stretches for prayer. But the Advent I dream of is not the Advent I have. So I take heart in theologian and Jesuit Father Walter Burghardt's encouragement to be aware of what is right before us: "This very moment, for all its imperfection and frustration, is pregnant with possibilities, pregnant with the future, ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2016/12/column-advent-1-this-very-moment.html