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Saint Ignatius of Loyola: New Catholic Tribute ANGELS, WONDERS, AND MIRACLES OF FAITH - August 1, 2017 ... Stephen B. Whatley. Ignatius of Loyola was a Spanish priest born in Azpetia, Spain in 1471, passing on July 31, 1556 in Rome, Italy. He founded the Society of Jesus. The British artist is a devout Catholic convert and often feels what he calls a 'Divine Push' to paint tributes to Jesus, Our Lady and The Saints on significant landmark years or Feast Days - and to share them. Dependent on prayer, especially to the Holy Spirit - his 2013 exhibition at London's ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/AngelsWondersAndMiraclesOfFaith/~3/OXzGI5R0BV0/saint-ignatius-of-loyola-new-catholic.html

Saint Ignatius of Loyola's Feast Day - A Soldier for Christ ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC BLOGGERS - July 31, 2017 Today we celebrate the feast of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. Born in 1491, in Azpeitia, Spain, Ignatius grew up dreaming of becoming a knight in the Spanish army. With an affinity for the military, its structure and leadership, Ignatius followed through on his dream. However, in a battle against the French in 1521, Ignatius was struck by a cannon ball – between his legs! Ouch! Saint Ignatius – Soldier for Christ While recuperating, over an extended period, he ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2017/07/saint-ignatius-of-loyolas-feast-day.html

Thoughts Determine Our Lives MONASTERY OF THE HOLY CROSS - July 31, 2017 ... weariness, he felt dry and depressed. Yet when he thought of living the rigorous sort of life he knew the saints had lived, he not only experienced pleasure when he actually thought about it, but even after he dismissed these thoughts, he still experienced great joy. Yet he did not pay attention to this , nor did he appreciate it until one day, in a moment of insight , he began to marvel at the difference. Then he he understood his experience : thoughts of one kind left him ...http://chicagomonk.org/about-us/the-priors-blog/thoughts-determine-our-lives/

Lead the People; Leaven the People YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - July 30, 2017 ... add yeast to help the dough ferment and rise. It adds air and lightness to the dough. For our Catholic Masses, we do not use the standard bread that we might find in our own pantries. There is no yeast. We use bread baked without any leavening (rising) ingredient. Bread has to be made ONLY from wheat and water with no additional ingredients. One of the reasons why Catholics celebrate an unleavened Eucharist is very simple. We just never changed it from the kind of bread used at the Last ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/07/lead-people-leaven-people.html

St. Lawrence of Brindisi ATONEMENTONLINE - July 20, 2017 ... father insisted that his baptismal name was to be Julius Caesar, and that was done shortly after his birth at Brindisi in the kingdom of Naples in 1559. Educated in Venice at the College of St. Mark, he entered the Capuchins, and it was upon entering the monastery that he was given the name Lawrence. During his studies at the University of Padua, he showed an aptitude for languages, mastering Hebrew, Greek, German, Bohemian, Spanish, and French, and he also showed an ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/07/st-lawrence-of-brindisi.html