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Ongoing Efforts to Cull World Hunger AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - October 30, 2014 ... these suggestions with your students. 1. Play a five minute video " (Italian with subtitles) in which the Pope reads a statement encouraging people to address hunger. You may want to encourage students to note down key phrases from the Pope's address rather than asking them to follow the whole presentation. Students may jot down a Gospel story that teaches about hunger, statistics about hunger, and statements about their own responsibility to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/7oN6sp7SiS4/

Briefly Noted BACK BAY VIEW - October 30, 2014 ... but she is a role model for integrating different roles. *** My mom's group at church is reading a Kimberly Hahn book for book study called Cherished and Chosen. It is not very exciting. I have a hard time reading it because nothing in it is new nor gracefully put. It does make me think I should have a planner though. I love the idea of planners. I just forget to use them. *** And Hahn's book is good for reminding me to stay focused on priorities. I had a conversation with my sister the other ...http://backbayview.blogspot.com/2014/10/briefly-noted.html

15 Tips to Help Your Prayer Life AGGIE CATHOLICS - October 27, 2014 I once asked a class of college students to rate their spiritual lives on a scale of 1 to 10. Most were very hard on themselves and gave themselves a 5 or less. I then asked "how would you describe your relationship with God?" and again, most were not very positive. These were good Catholics. When I asked for clarification as to the reason they were hard on themselves, most of the comments from the class were about difficulties ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2012/09/15-tips-to-help-your-prayer-life.html

Beyond Catechesis GOD IN ALL THINGS - October 6, 2014 ... they thought he was doing. "Praying," they told me. "Why?" I asked. They indicated that they knew he was praying because of his hands being folded and his posture, looking up to heaven. I then showed them a photo of a boy on the floor, pen in hand, writing in a journal. He too was looking upwards as in thought. "What's this boy doing?" I asked the class. The responses were entirely different. He must be doing his homework, they thought. He was thinking. "Could he be praying?" ...http://godinallthings.com/2014/10/06/beyond-catechesis/

When and Where Light Swallows Darkness LECLéZIO - October 3, 2014 ... warm welcome to new and returning family and students to our second 'Free Love Course' offered by 'Mama Kaya Rodrigues Love University - Established: 1924.' As per our schedule for this term, it is on the theme of 'Light Swallowing Darkness'. Before we get started, I would like you to reflect on the following often asked questions through breaks and at any time thereafter. 1 . Are the Love courses from Mama Kaya Rodrigues Love University (MKRLU) on tiny Rodrigues Island, lost ...http://lleclezio.blogspot.com/2014/10/when-and-where-light-swallows-darkness.html

Faculty and Staff Share Changes at the Seminary During First Fall Press Conference MOUNT ANGEL SEMINARY JOURNALISM - October 1, 2014 by Frank Villanueva photos by Sister Hilda Kleiman, OSB On Sept. 15 the journalism students held the first of three press conferences scheduled for the fall semester. These press conferences feature various guests, faculty, and staff members who speak to the class about hilltop and community events. This press conference hosted four speakers. Br. Lorenzo Conocido, OSB, spoke on the improvements to the Abbey website. Fr. Theodore Lange spoke about his work ...http://masjournalism.blogspot.com/2014/10/faculty-and-staff-share-changes-at.html

Discover Scripture. Encounter Your Faith HANDING ON THE FAITH - September 23, 2014 ... Another New York Catholic Bible School will open in January 2015 at St. Augustine's in Larchmont. We're also scouting a new mid-Manhattan site for January. If you want to know more, just visit our NYCBS ...http://blog.archny.org/faith/?p=866

5 Tips for Including Phys. Ed in Your Homeschool for the Non-Athletic Mom TALES FROM THE BONNY BLUE HOUSE - September 10, 2014 ... can be useful, especially during the winter months when a variety of DVDs, Wii games and YouTube videos can help with exercise. I happen to enjoy the Leslie Sansone videos. They are all designed around walking two, three, four or five miles with some light weights involved. They are fast paced and since Mrs. Sansone is very upfront about being a Christian and the tone of the videos is pleasant and upbeat while the ladies are dressed appropriately for fitness activities. You need not be ...http://maryellenb.typepad.com/tales_from_the_bonny_blue/2014/09/5-tips-for-including-phys-ed-in-your-homeschool.html

Concelebration in the Byzantine Rite NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 6, 2014 ... note that the Roman and Byzantine Rites are very much alike, especially the Byzantine. What I mean by this is that comparisons between the two are rarely made in appreciation of the fullness of what they have in common, (or, for that matter, the fullness of what they do not have in common), but rather to drag them down to their lowest common denominator. And of course, from time to time the denominator sinks lower than the math should properly allow; a friend of mine once heard in a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/WOyqW8px2sk/concelebration-in-byzantine-rite.html

Dear Student Headed Back to a Public or CINO School... JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - September 3, 2014 ... research from legitimate theologians and/or Catholic apologists. I was blessed to have a friend, who is also a Catholic apologist, in my corner (as well as other incredibly savvy friends) who encouraged me and supplied me with the knowledge (many times, books) I needed to be able to form the counterargument needed in class. Educate yourself instead of going along with what some professors "teach" you. If it sounds sketchy, look it up yourself. You would (or maybe wouldn't) be ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2014/09/dear-student-headed-back-to-public-or.html

Paintings From Students in the Style of the Gothic School of St Albans - Next Class Is in Columbus, OH in October NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 2, 2014 ... Liberal Arts in Merrimack New Hampshire. It is a small liberal arts college with a strong traditional Catholic identity in New England. Professors are called 'Fellows' at this College. To be honest I cannot draw a straight line; however through the skill of Fellow David Clayton I competed an egg tempera copy of an illumination from a Medieval Psalter. The excellence of his teaching was apparent when the entire class completed their Icons. If David is ever considered for ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bwXCo8D_f10/paintings-from-students-in-style-of.html

7 Quick Takes {Take 50} Back to School! Edition... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - August 22, 2014 ... hopping with students moving in and orientation sessions ongoing. It seems like this summer absolutely *flew* by. I do enjoy the fresh feeling of a new fall semester, it's one reason that I'm glad I stayed in academia for my career. There are, however, things about it that I do not like. My schedule gets more hectic, for one thing. It's nice to not to be sitting in meetings that feel like they last for all eternity each day, kwim? And here at this particular university? For ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/08/7-quick-takes-take-50-back-to-school.html

5 Books Catholic Students in College Need to Possess TOM PERNA - August 21, 2014 As students enter their freshman year or return to their respective universities, I think there are 5 books Catholic Students in College Need to Possess . You might be asking yourself, are there really only five books? With all the great books in the world, you're only picking five of them? We all know there other good books out there, but this is a good place to start. These books can help a student when they face persecution from non-Catholics on ...http://tomperna.org/2014/08/21/5-books-catholic-students-in-college-need-to-possess/

ACN-USA News: Aid to the Church in Need Delegation Visits Christian Refugees in Iraq A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - August 18, 2014 http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2014/08/acn-usa-news-aid-to-church-in-need.html

An Ordinary's Not So Ordinary Life, Chapter 8 ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - August 11, 2014 ... years would be devoted to theology. Benedictines in the middle of the 20th Century were required by Pope Pius XII to study pastoral theology in a fifth year if their abbey was engaged in pastoral ministry in parishes. As you read in the chapter on the founding of Saint Vincent, there was the specific identification of Saint Vincent Archabbey with Saint Vincent Parish from the very beginning. Before I could make much progress in my liturgical research necessary for the remodeling of the ...http://abyssum.org/2014/08/11/an-ordinarys-not-so-ordinary-life-chapter-8/

"Mondays With Mary" – "Praying Daily to Mary for My Vocation" TOM PERNA™ - July 21, 2014 ... sisters, but I believe that it was through the prayers of my parents that God gave me the gift of a religious vocation. In the fourth grade, I joined a Catholic girls group that offered me the opportunity to attend retreats and to meet Consecrated women. It was during these years at the end of elementary school and through middle school that I first began to hear Jesus inviting me to be totally His. My eighth grade year, I began to grow closer to Jesus in the Eucharist. I strove to attend ...http://tomperna.org/2014/07/21/mondays-with-mary-praying-daily-to-mary-for-my-vocation/

Blessed Maria Romero Meneses CATHOLIC FIRE - July 7, 2014 One of eight children, Maria Romero Meneses was born in Granada, Nicaragua, in 1902 to a wealthy, upper class family; her father was a government minister. She was well-educated by her parents, her aunts, and the Salesian Sisters at the local Catholic school. Because she was artistically and musically gifted, she had private instructors for drawing, painting, piano and violin. At the age of twelve, Maria became very ill with a serious form of rheumatic fever that paralyzed ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/07/blessed-maria-romero-meneses.html

** 'NZ CATHOLIC' - June 29 - July 12, no. 443 In the current issue: ... KIWICATH NEWS AND NOTES - July 5, 2014 *** 'NZ CATHOLIC' - June 29 - July 12, no. 443 http://www.nzcatholic.org.nz In the current issue: Baptism urged for students ... NZ asked to help in Holy Land ... McAuley girls win world problem-solving trophy ... 150 attend deaf school weekend ... Irish priest tests life to the limit (film review of 'Calvary' ... Deacon ordained for Palmerston North ... DVDs teach about the faith ... Advertising supplement: The Catholic Caring Foundation ... 'eye spy': a 24-page ...http://kiwicathnewsandnotes.blogspot.com/2014/07/nz-catholic-june-29-july-12-no.html