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Happy Chooseday ADAM'S ALE - April 13, 2016 ... the field invariably leaving behind full water bottles. (Get the picture? Litter in the park?) Now, I have two choices. One choice is to be upset and angry about something over which I have very little control. I could curse the malefactors, decry the state of civilization, allow myself to dwell on anger, disgust, and dream of vengeance and then my reward will be an ugly mood. OR I could say a prayer of thanks to God that there was this opportunity to be of service to my ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2016/04/happy-choosey.html

St. Patrick's Day-Book SHOWER OF ROSES - March 18, 2016 ... some ideas for celebrating St. Joseph's Day in the car... From the kitchen... Shamrock Cinnamon Rolls! They turn out a little differently from year to year , but always delicious! Patrick: Saint of Ireland I am creating... Blessed Trinity Shamrock "Glory Be" Prayer Posters ! I actually created these for the children earlier this school year, while studying St. Patrick in history, but we pulled them out again today! S is for shamrock, a three-leaf plant from ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/AqLj-6LbUQc/st-patricks-day-book.html

Whatcha Got to Lose? DOMINE, DA MIHI HANC AQUAM! - March 14, 2016 ... one and follow along. We might think of our crosses as burdens or afflictions. We might think of them as responsibilities or mistakes that we cannot correct. But the cross is the instrument of Christ's death for the salvation of the world. What Christ is telling us is that we too must carry with us the instrument of our deaths for the salvation of the world. How will you give your life for a friend? How will you show your Christ-like love when you are called upon to do so? What Christ is ...http://hancaquam.blogspot.com/2016/03/whatcha-got-to-lose.html

Unplugging and Quieting the World, Part Two JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - March 12, 2016 ... how I feel when I'm online too much. Every time I take breaks from social media and/or from turning on my laptop and/or iPod touch, I feel a lot better. I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off of my shoulders and I can be who I am. Why? Because I feel constrained online. There's too much noise. There's too much negativity. It drains me spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and eventually physically. Sometimes I just want to share something that makes me feel good... and then it's met with ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2016/03/unplugging-and-quieting-world-part-two.html

The Hole in Our Soul (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - February 28, 2016 ... all have in common. It's why we need to be baptized; it's why parents do well to bring their children for baptism soon after birth. Baptism isn't the last step, but the first. This is why we need to learn who Jesus is, and why it's so important we help one another find him. We need his friendship. He fills that hole in our lives. That's why Jesus said: do you think those folks the tower fell on were worse than you? We're all in the same boat. We all have that hole in our soul. Only Jesus will ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/02/the-hole-in-our-soul-sunday-homily.html

The Nomad Life, and Lenten Lessons MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - February 24, 2016 ... mess our house is in... *shudder* Living away from home, out of our comfort zone, has been such a great Lenten thing for us to do. I always feel like no matter what I choose to "do for Lent", God gives me what I need more. And this Lent, He's private tutoring me in detachment. The hardest detachment for me has been from our nightly tv shows. That is so pathetic. Yes, my parents have a tv, but all of our previously recorded shows are on our dvr at home, and we never watch tv in real time, we're ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2016/02/the-nomad-life-and-lenten-lessons.html

7QT: The Week Off MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - February 19, 2016 ... everything felt a bit off kilter. On Valentine's Day, which also happened to be the coldest day of the winter here (-9 degrees when we walked out the door at 7 am), we took the kids to breakfast. If you're gonna take the kids out to eat, breakfast is by far the easiest - everybody's in good moods, there's so much food that even picky toddlers like, and it's way cheaper than dinner out. We got asked if they were all siblings twice, and if they were all ours a ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2016/02/7qt-week-off.html

God's Leash FREEDOM THROUGH TRUTH - February 12, 2016 ... the largest information technology companies in the world. Okay, so my wife and I were separated and had been for a few months. But, we were trying to work things out. Of course, now 12 years later, I can see that I did not have a clue what WORKING things out really would mean and involve. So, one day I was driving home from work. It was near New Year's, and I was rear ended by the baseball bat, disguised as an Aerostar van. I sustained a concussion in the event, and lost a ...http://freethroughtruth.blogspot.com/2016/02/gods-leash.html

7 Simple Ways to Share Your Catholic Faith on Ash Wednesday AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - February 9, 2016 Ash Wednesday is a good day to share your Catholic faith with others. Below are seven simple suggestions on how to do just that. 7 Simple Ways to Share Your Catholic Faith on Ash Wednesday When asked, explain why you have ashes on your forehead. It is almost inevitable that if you get your ashes early enough in the day (and you don't accidentally wipe them off), you will run into someone who tells you that there is something ("dirt", "smudge", "stuff", etc.) ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/02/6-simple-ways-to-share-your-catholic-faith-on-ash-wednesday/

The Ten Commandments of Lent for Moms AND SOMETIMES TEA - February 8, 2016 Hard as it is to believe, Lent is nearly upon us. Ash Wednesday is the day after tomorrow. For those of you who just put away the last of your Christmas decorations on Candlemas it may seem particularly weird when Lent comes so early. I've seen a few "Lenten preparation" posts out there, and many of them are full of good resources, food for reflection, and so forth. They are also (many of them) written by Catholics who have actual qualifications to write such things: ...http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2016/02/the-ten-commandments-of-lent-for-moms.html