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Transcript: The Words We Speak and the Silences We Keep, Fr. Marc Foley, OCD NARU HODO - September 19, 2016 ... midst of our daily occupations. If we are attentive to what God is saying within us, being a Mary, then as we go around our daily tasks, then we respond to what we hear. And this is Martha, the way I'm defining it in this talk, as a symbol of our response to God's guiding presence. In this talk, I'm going to focus on two forms of choice regarding the interchange between our attentiveness to God's Spirit in the inner world and our response to our neighbor in the outer word Namely, the words we ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2016/09/transcript-words-we-speak-and-silences.html
100 Simple Ways to Improve Your Life AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - July 14, 2016 ... in something you want to learn about Read the Bible every day Pray for your enemies Do the little things that matter Conquer a fear Exercise more Be more courageous and don't compromise your beliefs Communicate better – more in-person / telephone conversations and less with texting / email Keep criticism to yourself Turn off your cell phone when you spend time with others Donate blood Offer to watch someone's children so they can go on dates Be eager to do something someone else wants to ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/07/100-simple-ways-to-improve-your-life/
Guest Op-Ed: Reflections on the Precious Blood of Christ RORATE CÆLI - July 1, 2016 ... be cut off from among his people" (Leviticus 17:4). As is clear from this small selection of verses in Leviticus, blood was a necessary aspect to sacrifices in the Old Testament. The omnipresence of blood symbolized death: it emphasized the cyclic nature of life and that all creatures eventually die. Certainly, this is what the Lord commanded the Israelites to do in their sacrifices, although (even if not always seen by them) there was a greater reality present. The Psalmist realizes that the ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/07/guest-op-ed-reflections-on-precious.html