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The Mystery of the Annunciation Is the Mystery of Grace INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 24, 2015 The Mystery of the Annunciation is the Mystery of Grace Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) Ignatius Insight The mystery of the annunciation to Mary is not just a mystery of silence.It is above and beyond all that a mystery of grace. We feel compelled to ask ourselves: Why did Christ really want to be born of a virgin? It was certainly possible for him to have been born of a normal marriage. That would not have affected his divine Sonship, which ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/03/the-mystery-of-the-annunciation-is-the-mystery-of-grace.html

St Joseph's Day NUNBLOG - March 19, 2015 ... but a brief (one page) biography, lovingly written by our own Mother General. (Before she became Mother General, she had been writing the death notices, and she just continued doing it; it's not part of the Mother General job description.) The notice is read in full to the community here just before Mass. I have never reproduced a death notice in my blog before, but this sister's witness cries out for it, even if I skip lightly over some parts: Sr. M. Regina entered the ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2015/03/st-josephs-day.html

The Authentic St. Patrick A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - March 17, 2015 Brother John M. Samaha, S.M. What do we really know about St. Patrick? His background is shrouded in mystery. What we have heard often mingles myth with reality. To separate fact from fiction we need a closer look. We need to ask the real St. Patrick to please stand up. In the fifth century A.D. an adolescent boy in Britain was kidnapped and enslaved by marauders from a nearby country. The youngster they captured eventually eluded his captors in Ireland, ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-authentic-st-patrick.html

Favorite Non-Fiction DVDs and Movies STUDEO: MY THINKING SPOT - March 15, 2015 http://studeo.blogspot.com/2015/03/favorite-non-fiction-dvds-and-movies.html

Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square, by Randy Boyagoda AGAINST THE GRAIN - March 14, 2015 ... tour de force. As Americans continue to explore the challenge of living one's faith in the public square, this book is an enriching testament to a man who blazed that trail in his own lifetime, fearless of everything but God Himself." – Carl A. Anderson, Supreme Knight, Knights of Columbus Interviews Recalling Richard John Neuhaus: Author Q&A with Randy Boyagoda , with Sean Salai, SJ. America 01/21/15. Book Discussion: Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square C-SPAN BOOK TV. ...http://christopherblosser.blogspot.com/2015/03/richard-john-neuhaus-life-in-public.html

Having Holy Boldness in Prayer DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 6, 2015 ... around her bed. She had refused to confess and receive the last Sacrament. Catherine lay over her mother's corpse weeping and praying aloud. O my dear Lord, is this how you keep the promise you once made to me that none in my house should suffer eternal death? You promised me too that you would not take my mother from this world before she could leave it in a state of grace, and here she lies dead, without having confessed or received the Sacrament. My Beloved Savior, I call ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/02/having-holy-boldness-in-prayer.html

A Jesuit Challenge ARTICULI FIDEI - January 23, 2015 ... edition of Campion's, Ten Reasons (English text by Joseph Rickaby; Introduction by John Hungerford). Rickaby's translation, with Hungerford's introduction, created a yearning in my mind for more. A prior Google search had yielded a number of related works that I ended up either downloading or purchasing. It is James V. Holleran's, A Jesuit Challenge ( Google Preview )—which I finished reading yesterday—that I would now like to comment on. I am a bit embarrassed to admit that I knew ...http://articulifidei.blogspot.com/2015/01/a-jesuit-challenge.html

"Rejoice for Your Glorious Daughter..." ATONEMENTONLINE - January 4, 2015 These were the words of Pope Paul VI when he preached at the canonization of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: "She is a saint!... Rejoice for your glorious daughter." Born in 1774, just as our nation was stirring in preparation for its own birth, little would indicate that some two hundred years later this delicate infant, born in wealth and raised in the society of the established elite, would be raised to the honor of the altar by the Vicar of Christ on the site of the martyrdom ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/01/rejoice-for-your-glorious-daughter.html

From the Red Carpet to Benedictine Habit INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - December 19, 2014 ... I ordered and then opened it eagerly, all in the hope it would fill in the gaps. It did. But, what I also found was something much more besides. For some reason, I expected Dolores to have come from a privileged background, albeit one with heavy doses of Catholicism— a la Grace Kelly—only to find that her upbringing couldn't have been more different. For a start, her mother was almost forced to undergo an abortion once it was discovered she was pregnant with ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/12/from-the-red-carpet-to-benedictine-habit.html

Sunday Word, 14 Dec 14 TO FIND FRUIT - December 14, 2014 ... pastor. 1 As with you and me, Pastor Bonhoeffer was all his dimensions. Throughout his life Advent may have been the church season most significant to him. Near the end of his young life he wrote a friend: "A prison cell is like our situation in Advent: one waits, hopes, does this or that—meaningless acts—but the door is locked and can only be opened from the outside. That is how I feel just now." 2 What are we to make of his image when today's scriptures and mass prayers overflow ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2014/12/sunday-word-14-dec-14.html

About St. Theodosius of the Kiev Caves BLOG BY-THE-SEA - December 10, 2014 ... tombs. St. Anthony of the Desert, the Father of Monasticism, was the first hermit and desert monk to live in the caves voluntarily, in service to God in spiritual warfare. Others followed him in the practice, seeking to spend lives of extreme asceticism, prayer and fasting, doing spiritual battle with devils who were thought to live in the desert. In the mid-fourth century, St. Athanasius wrote a biography of St. Anthony of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blog-by-the-sea/~3/ljyfoLOx6ZE/about-st-theodosius-of-the-kiev-caves.html