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St. Thomas Aquinas Novena - Day 9 QUAECUMQUE - January 27, 2015 ... called you to spend most of your life in academic pursuits, first as a student, and then as a professor of theology. In your work as a teacher, you desired to help your students apply what they learned to their lives, in order to grow in holiness. You realized that knowledge is meant to draw people closer to God. In your teaching you sought to communicate the truth, desiring to help your students become better Christians. Pray for all students. Pray for those ...http://qcq.tumblr.com/post/109322389560

Catholic Schools Week and Why We Love Them MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - January 26, 2015 ... been broken in a second back in the public school hallways. Remember, this was a public school on idyllic Cape Cod, not some inner city hoodlum, and still the difference was ginormous. Mother's Day Tea with my Andrew Somehow my parents scraped up the money for me to attend, and I just thrived. The classes were so academically challenging that when I got to college, I remember thinking high school was much harder! The smaller class size meant the teachers knew us individually and our classmates ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2015/01/catholic-schools-week-and-why-we-love.html

January Daybook SHOWER OF ROSES - January 24, 2015 ... Cleanings are done for the next 6 months! Only Snuggles needs a follow-up appointment to have one of his baby teeth removed sometime within the next month. From Instagram on Tuesday, January 20th: My mom just called and said she had a little time this afternoon and asked if I needed any help... "Why YES!!!! I do! If you could meet me at the math tutor's at 1:30, I could then go home with all the little ones and you could take (three of the older children) to their afternoon appointments. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/k1IdQtQkpTg/january-daybook.html

Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi COMMUNIO - January 20, 2015 ... December 1937. For a time Tansi worked tirelessly in the parishes of Nnewi, Dunukofia, Akpu/Ajali before discerning vocation to be a Cistercian monk at Mount Saint Bernard Abbey , Leicester, England. He lived this vocation at the abbey for 14 years. He was in the process of discerning becoming the novice master in a new Cistercian foundation in Cameroon, a few months after the founders left for Africa. Father Tansi used to say, "if you are going to be a Christian at all, you might as well live ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/01/blessed-cyprian-michael-iwene-tansi/

Six Principles of Discernment DA MIHI ANIMAS - January 14, 2015 ... that our lack of desire is a sign of a "no" from God. On the other hand, we may experience a joy and zeal to do, even things that are challenging, and these desires too may help us to discern that God has prepared and wills for us to do that very thing. Hence desire is an important indicator, among others, in deciding between courses of action that are both, or all, good. Ultimately God's will for us gives joy. Principle 4 – Organic development – This principle simply articulates ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/01/six-principles-of-discernment.html

Prayer Experience: "The Light of the World" AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - January 2, 2015 For this prayer experience you will need tapers, slips of paper, and something to write with. Gather the students in an open space. Have them sit in a circle. Give each person an unlit taper candle. Follow these directions. Remind the students that Jesus calls himself "the light of the world" (Jn 8:12). Have the students write on small slips of paper specific elements of darknes in their own lives (e.g., jealousy, hatred, prejudice, fear, loneliness) and on other slips of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/HzDFVrkEGEo/

Need Something to Read Over Break? UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - December 25, 2014 If you find yourself with a very long weekend from work, or if you are a teacher and have the whole next week off, or perhaps are a college student home between semesters or just otherwise find yourself with some time on your hands, here is a synopsis of all of the Fall and early Winter articles published on the Unam Sanctam Catholicam website. It is certainly enough to keep one busy throughout the Octave! The articles on the Nephilim and Torture ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2014/12/need-something-to-read-over-break.html

Holiness Through a Tangle of Thorns VULTUS CHRISTI - November 15, 2014 ... for formation and education, a common practice in that period. Here she spent her whole life, the most important stages of which she herself points out. In her memoirs she recalls that the Lord equipped her in advance with forbearing patience and infinite mercy, forgetting the years of her childhood, adolescence and youth, which she spent, she wrote, "in such mental blindness that I would have been capable… of thinking, saying or doing without remorse everything I liked and wherever I ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/holiness-through-a-tangle-of-t/

More About the Venerable John Sullivan, S.J. (1861–1933) VULTUS CHRISTI - November 13, 2014 ... dressed man in Dublin high society. During this period of wealth and leisure John Sullivan traveled Europe widely, and even ventured forth on walking tours of Macedonia, Greece, and Asia Minor. Most unusually for his time, John Sullivan spent several months in one of the Orthodox Monasteries on Mount Athos. It is even said that he considered converting to Orthodoxy and entering there as a monk. This fact alone makes him a pioneer in Irish Catholic — Orthodox relations, something that the ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/more-about-the-venerable-john-sullivan-s-j-1861-1933/

Farewell October Daybook PONDERED IN MY HEART - October 31, 2014 ... for- Last evening we hosted a big party with folks from our church, as we do each year when our priest friend from Mexico comes home for a visit. It is always a joy to have a houseful of people near and dear to us, enjoying food and friendship, music and prayer. It's also tradition for the men to sing compline together towards the end of the evening - such a blessing to hear them together with the Fathers' beautiful voices leading. We are so thankful for our holy ...http://ponderedinmyheart.typepad.com/pondered_in_my_heart/2014/10/farewell-october--1.html

Sister Corinne Clay, Osb SEEKING GOD - A BENEDICTINE BLOG - October 25, 2014 ... then as an aspirant. She entered Queen of Angels Monastery in 1937, and made profession on February 10, 1940, receiving the name, Sister Corinne, honoring her special devotion to the Sacred Heart. Sister Corinne earned a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts at Mt. Angel College and taught in parochial schools in the Portland Archdiocese until 1959. She taught at Mt. Angel Academy and Kennedy High School in Mt. Angel. She continued her education, receiving a Master of Science in General Science ...http://qambenedictines.blogspot.com/2014/10/sister-corinne-clay-osb.html

TFTD: Funny How They Want It Both Ways... ARNOBIUS OF SICCA - October 25, 2014 In the article, " Apology for student who says teacher questioned his refusal to stand during pledge ," we see an interesting thing. An eleven year old atheist refuses to stand for the pledge of allegiance because of the phrase "Under God." In addition, news stories report that a banner in the classroom which read, "Prayer Changes Things," is going to be removed. It is acknowledged that he doesn't have to stand because the pledge is a ...http://arnobius-of-sicca.blogspot.com/2014/10/tftd-funny-how-they-want-it-both-ways.html

Every Day Is a Crazy Checklist MARTIN FAMILY MOMENTS - October 22, 2014 ... enthusiastic about sports, but still wants to play on the teams. The older he gets, the more he knows himself, and the less interested he becomes. Which is fine with us! He has interesting hobbies like art, and chess, and digital computer class. All things I know nothing about and am so glad to see his talents in these areas. He's an altar server, a member of the Middle School Youth Group, and part of an act in the variety show next month (he is the self-proclaimed best actor in the ...http://martinfamilymoments.blogspot.com/2014/10/every-day-is-crazy-checklist.html

In Which I Bend Rules and Answer All the Questions THE BREADBOX LETTERS - October 10, 2014 ... question. Am I a worrier? Hmm. Think I need some help answering that. What do you think...... 10. What, if any, sport do you enjoy watching the most? Thank you for the "if any." In my case, it definitely applies. In my high school and college days I did like basketball, but that was looooooong ago. Now I can ... sort of ... tolerate watching ice skating and surfing, but I get bored quickly even with those. Now: here's the part where I break the rules. I do hope you will forgive me, but you ...http://thebreadboxletters.blogspot.com/2014/10/in-which-i-bend-rules-and-answer-all.html

Who Was St. Bruno -- The Patron Against Diabolic Possession? CATHOLIC FIRE - October 6, 2014 ... "...a prudent man whose word was rich in meaning." Following an attempt at a solitary life of short duration, he entered the region of Grenoble, where the Bishop, the future Saint Hugues, offered him a solitary site in the mountains of his diocese. In June 1084, the Bishop himself led Bruno and six of his companions to the primitive valley of Chartreuse on a wild mountain range on the edge of the French Alps. There they built a hermitage, consisting of a few log cabins opening towards a ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/10/who-was-st-bruno-patron-against.html