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Pentecost Octave FR HUNWICKE'S MUTUAL ENRICHMENT - May 26, 2015 Before the series of rolling reforms which began under Pius XII, the great Octaves of Easter and Pentecost did not contain undifferentiated days. What I mean is: Monday and Tuesday were more special than the rest of the week. They were Doubles of the First Class, while the remaining days were only semidoubles and could admit commemorations. Students of the Book of Common Prayer will remember thathttp://liturgicalnotes.blogspot.com/2015/05/pentecost-octave.html

St. Rose Venerini: Founder of the "Holy Teachers" CATHOLIC FIRE - May 6, 2015 ... religious congregation. Today, the Venerini Sisters can be found in the United States and throughout the world. On October 15, 2006, Rose was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI. St. Rose is the patron of exiles, people rejected by religious orders, tertiaries, and Viterbo, Italy. For a detailed biography, go here. Papal Quote on St. Rose Venerini "Saint Rose Venerini is another example of a faithful disciple of Christ, ready to give up all in order to do the will of God. She loved to say: "I find ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/05/st-rose-venerini-founder-of-holy.html

Friday Potpourri: Ask Not at Whom the Finger Points, It Points at Thee ADAM'S ALE - May 1, 2015 ... were Catholic priests, deacons, or religious? My guess for most of you the number would be: NONE. For some, it might be one but probably in passing. So how does the Gospel spread in these areas? Here is the answer: You. The last of the Precepts of the Church (I know, it's been awhile hasn't it?) is "Joining in the missionary spirit and apostolate of the Church." It's the only this thing works. Because, if not you, then who? It doesn't mean you have to carry a sign and mention Jesus' name in ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2015/05/friday-potpourri-ask-not-at-whom-finger.html

Gay Activists Target Marin Catholic HS in San Francisco CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 24, 2015 ... associated through Facebook with an activist group with which we are not affiliated or align." This unauthorized memo announced that Friday was the "National Day of Silence" in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) youth, a day sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). This organization is one of the nation's largest homosexual advocacy groups and since 1990 has focused on ensuring that LGBT is normalized and supported in every classroom, K-12. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/ICB9HJT4hYE/gay-activists-target-marin-catholic-hs-in-san-francisco

Little Way on the Prairies GETTING TO THE POINT - April 19, 2015 ... prayer—morning prayer and Mass, adoration and rosary, praise and worship every day. They have personal individual spiritual and pastoral guidance and accompaniment. The spirituality is very much the Little Way of St. Therese, with a healthy dose of MH spirituality ( Poustinia and People of the Towel and Water are part of the core curriculum). Jim Anderson, the director of the school and a long-time friend of MH, explains that St. Therese teaches us what ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2015/04/new-evangelization-on-prairies.html

Divine Mercy Sunday Reflections and Resources PRINTS OF GRACE - April 12, 2015 ... Sunday. The Original Chaplet of Divine Mercy Message St. Faustina received from Jesus the message of Divine Mercy which He asked her to share with the world. In addition to the prayers of The Chaplet of Divine Mercy , St. Faustina was shown an image that she was instructed to have painted of the Blood and Water flowing out from Christ's side and the words, "Jesus, I trust in You" underneath. The many messages she received from the Lord about His Divine Mercy, His love for us, and desire that ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2015/04/Divine-Mercy-Sunday-Reflections-and-Resources.html

The Call THE BREADBOX LETTERS - April 12, 2015 ... on my itinerary. I wanted to serve God, but what if He asked for what I then considered the ultimate sacrifice? I dealt with this the only way I thought possible. I began to ignore the "nudges." This was not hard to do, for there were so many things to interest an active eighteen year old girl. It didn't take long at all before it seemed any sense of a "call" was gone. Perhaps I felt relief when seeds of unbelief were planted during my college years. After all, if God wasn't ...http://thebreadboxletters.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-call.html

Count It All Joy! CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - March 25, 2015 ... prayer, and Dad would wake us all up by ringing this bell he had installed at the foot of our stairway, shouting up the stairs "Rise and Shine!" As teenagers, we hated that bell. My sister Jennifer, not a morning person, would come down the stairway scowling at the world, shooting daggers at my father, who had been up for an hour already, said prayers, and run a few miles, so he was rearing to go. So each morning, there was kind of this competing force of my father's ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2015/03/count-it-all-joy.html

Senior Plans: Life After ND THAT RELIGIOUS BLOG - March 1, 2015 ... of Blessed Basile Moreau, C.S.C., the founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross, Notre Dame seeks to educate the hearts and minds of students. Members of the Class of 2015 represent a new generation of servant-leaders called to share the fruits of their undergraduate experiences beyond the Golden Dome. Besides attending grad school, many seniors are also pursuing one of two post-graduation pathways: entering the workforce or participating in service programs. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/VdFrE/~3/ZuQqoiW5B44/senior-plans-life-after-nd.html

Four Ways for Your Students Survive and Thrive in Lent AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - February 25, 2015 By Justin McClain The academic third quarter, for both students and teachers alike, tends to have the notorious distinction of being one of the most challenging, both mentally and academically, of the four quarters of the school year. With half of the school year behind us, both mental energy and physical energy can be at a minimum. It is an interesting situation that, in Catholic high schools, the mental trial that comprises the third academic quarter and the spiritual ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/nKVLUWvb-qk/

16 Tips for Jump-Starting Your Prayer Life This Lent AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - February 25, 2015 All of us have difficulties with prayer and this is normal. Prayer is a relationship and one that takes a lot of work to get even to the point of even being OK. So, if you are looking for ways to jump-start your prayer life this Lent, I have tips for you below. This is the case for those who are trying for the first time or just trying to take prayer to the next level. In many ways prayer is like any ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2015/02/16-tips-for-jump-starting-your-prayer-life-this-lent/

Classical Education Can Purge a Multitude of Sins CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 19, 2015 ... in this tangled life, we must weigh one good thing against another, because we cannot pursue both with the same devotion. Sometimes we must give up one of them altogether. I cannot spend all my time teaching college students the grammar they were never taught in school, because that would leave no time for the splendid literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. I must be content with a modest effort in the former, while pursuing the latter directly. But sometimes life ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/9JmD34iaqBA/winning-around

Nyumbani Journal FRANCISCAN LIFE - February 19, 2015 ... the Mums/Uncles that Sr. Teresa had called. We discussed the Saturday Program and the Evening Homework Program, each Mum and Uncle reported on how the Christmas Holiday visits went for their children and how things were going in general in the cottages/hostels. I also spent time trying to firm up the Self-Reliance Training Program for our young adults. It will start in February and continue every 1st and 3rd Saturday until October. The program will be held at Don Bosco Youth Center which is ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2015/02/nyumbani-journal.html

The First Sunday of Lent IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - February 18, 2015 ... 9:8-15; Psalm 25; 1 Peter 3:18-22; Mark 1:12-15 When Noah and his family stood on solid ground after the great flood, God established a covenant with all creatures declaring that God would never again devastate the earth. The bow set in the sky was a sign of God's enduring fidelity and it is a sign that continues to be seen in our Eucharistic prayers. In the second reading, Peter tells us that the waters of Noah prefigured baptism, which now saves us. He writes, "It is not a ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-first-sunday-of-lent.html

A Day in Our House (or One Very Long Ash Wednesday) A WOMAN'S PLACE... - February 18, 2015 ... since he slept through it all. 3:10 am: After more crying I realize that Patch's allergy prescription ran out two days ago and we forgot to pick it up... and that he was itching his arm when he was in our room. I get up and run downstairs and get his back-up allergy medicine and a sippie with milk. I run back upstairs and give the medicine and milk to Paul. 3:25 am: Patch starts to scream. Paul emerges from the room for a second time. Paul pokes his head in the bedroom and ...http://awomansplaceis.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-day-in-our-house-or-one-very-long-ash.html

So That I May Share in the Gospel DOMINE, DA MIHI HANC AQUAM! - February 8, 2015 ... to a regime of holiness, a kingdom of righteousness, that demands more than rule-following, more than simply showing up and breathing in the temple's atmosphere. Paul must preach. He must travel city to city, province to province, publicly witnessing to his repentance, to the power of Christ's mercy accomplished on the Cross. Paul's sleep is restful. His work exhausts him. He is a slave whose labor is never drudgery, never pointless. His end, his purpose is Jesus Christ; the telling again and ...http://hancaquam.blogspot.com/2015/02/so-that-i-may-share-in-gospel.html

The Heart of a Spiritual Director DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - February 3, 2015 ... teacher deflected the answer to an assessment of me, personally. Another in the class said we should give as long as we are comfortable in what God is asking us to give. "But it isn't about me," I exclaimed. "My example is about the neediness of the one asking, and how sometimes as much as we'd like to train those needing fish to eat to be fishermen, some will never learn. So what do you do?" The rule of true charity is not "give until it hurts," it is "give even IF it hurts." ...http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-heart-of-spiritual-director.html

Time's Slipping Away  - January 27, 2015 We had our RCIA class tonight. For those of you who may not know, RCIA stands for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. Some of the people in my parents generation would have simply called it "Convert Classes". As I was at class this evening, I couldn't help but think, "We're getting awfully close to Easter!" The way time slips by, there are not that many classes left before we celebrate Easter on April 5th. It's two months from this coming Sunday. ...http://mydailymusing.com/index.php?/archives/2119-Times-Slipping-Away.html

Top Ten Reasons to Choose Catholic Schools CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - January 27, 2015 ... Catholic schools score very well compared to students in other systems, even when relevant demographic characteristics of the students are controlled, such as educational level of parents and family income. Students in our diocese score consistently higher, by a wide margin, than the national averages. 9. Positive Effects on Minorities—The differences in outcomes are even more pronounced for minority students attending ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2015/01/top-ten-reasons-to-choose-catholic.html