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This Is a Great Mystery ... ABBEY ROADS - August 23, 2015 ... led him to the most exquisite union with the Sacred Heart of Jesus ... the spiritual marriage. Yes. It is no less strange however, that the Word, left his Father, to become one with man, to become Bread from Heaven. Blessed Bernardo Francisco de Hoyos, S.J., First apostle of devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Spain. I read someplace that Bl. Bernardo's intercession is especially helpful to those who struggle with the vice of impurity. I think Bernardo's devotion to the Sacred Heart - the ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/08/this-is-great-mystery.html

July 15 - Homily for Today FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - July 15, 2015 ... Aquinas who was a classmate. In the intellectual world, Bonaventure emphasized the affective over the rational approach to the study of divine mysteries: for Bonaventure, the purpose of human knowledge, including theology, is not to speculate, but to love. He graduated from the University, being awarded a Doctorate of Theology. Among his friends was King Saint Louis IX of France, with whom he often dined. Soon his order tapped Bonaventure to become their General; this occurred when he was just ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2015/07/july-15-homily-for-today.html

La Petite Chambre De La Reine TEA AT TRIANON - July 2, 2015 ... According to Pierre de Nolhac in his biography of Marie-Antoinette : The rooms that come after, boudoir, bed-chamber and dressing-room, are less important, the ceiling becomes abruptly lower; we feel that we have reached the homely corner of the house. In the time of Louis XV. the bed-chamber was the King's cabinet, and the little boudoir which precedes it included the staircase leading to the entresol, where the library was situated. Marie Antoinette...abolished this ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/07/la-petite-chambre-de-la-reine.html

Saint Anthony of Padua COMMUNIO - June 13, 2015 ... inspired by five friars who were martyred in Morocco in 1220, joined them, taking the name Anthony after the small Franciscan hermitage outside Coimbra. He ended up in Italy, and within a few years, became a noted preacher in Northern Italy and in Southern France. Given permission by Saint Francis to teach theology to the friars, in 1227 he became provincial minister of Northern Italy and developed a strong association with the city of Padua. His preaching made a strong link between conversion ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/06/saint-anthony-of-padua-6/

Saint Peregrine Laziosi COMMUNIO - May 16, 2015 On this feast of Saint Peregrine, the Church prays: Eternal Father, I wish to honor St. Peregrine, and I give Thee thanks for all the graces Thou hast bestowed upon him. I ask Thee to please increase grace in my soul through the merits of this saint, and I commit the end of my life to him by this special prayer, so that by virtue of Thy goodness and promise, St. Peregrine might be my advocate and provide whatever is needed at that hour. Amen ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/05/saint-peregrine-laziosi/

Pope Francis to Canonize a Levitating, Bilocating Carmelite Stigmatic, Among Others SERVANT AND STEWARD - May 16, 2015 ... As she buried them in sorrow, she heard a voice say to her, "This is how everything passes! If you will give me your heart, I shall always remain with you." Those words shaped the rest of her life. Mariam knew great sufferings throughout her life, beginning with the death of her parents when she was two years old. When she was thirteen, a Muslim tried to convert her to Islam. She refused to renounce her faith in Christ Jesus and he slit her throat with a scimitar and, thinking she was dead, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/TptEWdGWDO0/pope-francis-to-canonize-levitating.html

Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square THESE STONE WALLS - May 13, 2015 Six years after the death of Richard John Neuhaus, a new biography by Randy Boyagoda echoes his bold, timely, vibrant voice on religion in the public square. When I arrived in prison in September, 1994, a friend concerned for what he imagined was a dearth of intellectual stimulation here gifted me with a subscription to First Things magazine. It was a gift that expanded a mind trapped in a world of concrete and steel, but it also created a serious problem for me. I simply ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/H6hiRyaAp90/

Book Review: A Boy Who Became Pope: The Story of St. John Paul II SPIRITUAL WOMAN - May 6, 2015 The Story of Saint John Paul II: A Boy Who Became Pope by Fabiola Garza Boston: Pauline Books and Media, 2014 The life of St. John Paul II isn't an easy one to share with children. His mother, brother, and then his father all died when he was young. He came of age during the horrors of World War II and then his country of Poland was held captive by communism. Yet, Fabiola Garza handles these topics with grace and a gentle hand in her ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/prMqEv-8d3A/book-review-boy-who-became-pope-story.html

The Great Reformer REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - May 5, 2015 By now you know how much Pope Francis has influenced me. The best biography that I have read is "The Great Reformer" but I also read all of his homilies, if and when I have time. I am still with the one I copied for readers about a week ago. It was all on our taking time to remember our first encounter with Jesus and looking to see how others have encountered Jesus in the Gospels. I have loved the idea of looking each day for encounters with Jesus in the people around me, ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-great-reformer.html