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October 1 - Homily for Today FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - October 1, 2015 St. Therese of Lisieux was indeed born to a very pious middle-class French family in 1873 at Alcon, Normandy, France – indeed both her father and her mother are one step away from canonization themselves. All four of her sisters became nuns. At 8, Therese was cured from an illness when a statue of the Blessed Virgin smiled at her. She was educated by Benedictine nuns of Notre Dame du Pre and confirmed at age eleven. Just before her 14 th birthday ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2015/10/october-1-homily-for-today.html
Meatless Friday Thursday: My Heart's in the Highlands Edition SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - August 6, 2015 ... pried open the lessons of this simple case. No new assignment given. Day two, same thing. Then day three, and so on, until we had spent three weeks of three classes each on this one case. And it was utterly fascinating, without repetition or wasted time. My favorite class. Now, along the same lines, I've been thinking that I could teach a semester-long, three credit-hour, college-level humanities course on Bob Dylan's Highlands . Well, at least I could warp ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2015/08/meatless-friday-thursday-my-hearts-in.html
How the World Sees Us, and How God Sees Us (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - July 12, 2015 ... Keep your "Word of God" to yourself! And the second reading? That's how God sees us. God has blessed us in Christ, filled us with wisdom and grace, lavished riches on us, and predestined us for glory! So when you and I face our Amos moment, when we're told to keep our Jesus, our morality, our faith to ourselves, and go somewhere else? Then you remember what Saint Paul told you in the second reading. God planned for this moment—and every moment. God planned for you to exist. The Father ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2015/07/how-world-sees-us-and-how-god-sees-us.html
The Marital Debt MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - July 6, 2015 ... together in class, and study for the exams, all the while discussing our values and faith and what was important to us to have a holy Catholic marriage. We were both on board with everything the church taught - chastity, NFP, being open to life, being married until death do us part, and having God as the center. The whole shebang. We were lucky to see eye-to-eye on all of the big things, and I'm sure the wonderful examples of married love we had from our parents was the main ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2015/07/the-marital-debt.html
A Taste of the Heavenly Liturgy LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - June 25, 2015 ... John, commonly known down here as the "Brothers". One of them, a friend of mine, had just come back from the Sacra Liturgia Conference in New York. He and his brethren are trying to re-infuse the sacred back into their liturgies. It certainly showed at yesterday's Mass. The altar arrangement was very Benedictine in nature. By "Benedictine", I mean Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI: three candles on either side of the altar with a beautiful gold crucifix at the center. The monastery chapel is very ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2015/06/a-taste-of-heavenly-liturgy.html
St. Josemaría Escrivá: The Saint of Ordinary Life CRISIS MAGAZINE - June 25, 2015 ... architect. When he was sixteen, God used a very simple event to call Josemaría to give himself completely to God. Josemaría saw in the cold snow the footprints of a barefoot Carmelite. This caused him to question what God might be calling him to do. He very quickly realized that whatever God was calling him to, it was not religious life. He soon decided that he needed to become a secular priest in order to have the availability to do whatever it was God was asking of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/3Ecn3INtF9E/st-josemaria-escriva-the-saint-of-ordinary-life