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You Will Find Rest YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - December 10, 2014 ... floors. Light and easy is a low-calorie yogurt. Picking up a cross seems like anything BUT light and easy unless you have help. The Lord does not ask us to do anything that he has not already done. Just like Simon the Cyrenian came to the assistance of Jesus to ease those final steps, the Lord will be there for us to make our last steps easier. Rev. James Martin, SJ, is a prolific author of many popular books that help explain our faith and its practices to members of the Church and others who ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/12/you-will-find-rest.html
How I Found My Vocation: By a Traditional Seminarian HOLY VOCATIONS - December 8, 2014 ... searching on different traditional Catholic websites, some of which were more helpful than others. It was difficult for me because what I was learning, regarding the Mass especially, did not seem to fit well with what I was seeing every Sunday. The crucial point was when I read the English translation of the 1962 Missal side by side with the Novus Ordo missal. I saw how much was altered or taken out and I was upset that all these beautiful things were taken away, in my case hidden away, and I ...http://holyvocations.blogspot.com/2014/12/how-i-found-my-vocation-by-traditional.html
More About Lectio Divina VULTUS CHRISTI - November 12, 2014 ... retreat of seven days! Lectio Divina and the Most Holy Eucharist I should like to say something about the Eucharistic finality of lectio divina . The more a priest is immersed in the Word of God, the more will he be magnetized by the altar and this not only for the celebration of the Holy Sacrifice, but also because he finds there in the tabernacle the very Face and Heart that he seeks in opening his Bible and in scrutinizing the sacred page. Eucharistic adoration is not a ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/more-about-lectio-divina/
Night-Walking Demons of My Youth BETTY DUFFY - October 16, 2014 ... moral in this tale is to note that self-love is usually indistinguishable from self-loathing, that they are two sides of the same coin. The urge to harm oneself is often the outgrowth of a strong sense of self-preservation, the desire to be seen and known, to make a blip on someone else's radar. It's a crapshoot, figuring out how to respond to someone's cry for help. And I think each of these scenarios really was me, calling out into the void, "Somebody stop me!" But no one ...http://bettyduffy.blogspot.com/2014/10/night-walking-demons-of-my-youth.html