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"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

A Tribute to a Wonderfully Kind and Funny Man... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - June 5, 2014 ... informal email. He expected his students to do research and write a coherent college-level paper, which not all professors here do anymore. He had high expectations for his students, but was always kind and accommodating to answering questions. He had a reputation for having a stash of chocolate in his desk for if you were having a bad day when you came to see him, and if you were having a REALLY bad day, a flask of scotch. :0 I taught for him this past ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/06/a-tribute-to-wonderfully-kind-and-funny.html

You're a Blessing! FRANCISCAN SISTERS OF LITTLE FALLS: LIFE AT THE CONVENT - June 4, 2014 ... Spiritual Assistants. And I will continue with my Local Fraternity in Brainerd. Anyway, Saturday evening they had a very nice thank you party for me. What we didn't eat of the big cake, I brought along home and we served it for supper on Sunday. (And there was one piece left Monday noon, so I ate it!) Before the party we had a prayer service remembering all those Secular Franciscans members who died in the past year. I lit one candle and read the names of the 13 of our Sisters ...http://smarylou.blogspot.com/2014/06/youre-blessing.html

A Walk Down Memory Lane CATHOLIC WORKING MOM - May 31, 2014 ... getting called into the principal's office for a discussion about not using the word "hell" as part of a simile – "as hot as hell" -Wow… Maniac Magee… reading The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe in my sad British accent… reading Shiloh in my sadder southern, country accent… Number the Stars…, M.'s grandpa passing out brownies behind our sheet curtain during our play on Grandparent's Day… A. farting out loud in class, then bursting ...http://danardoyle.wordpress.com/2014/05/31/a-walk-down-memory-lane/

Three Medieval Art Classes This July - Learn the Style of the English Gothic School of St Albans NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 28, 2014 ... benefit from more instruction. Students will learn the traditional technique of egg tempera. At all three, I will teach people also how to pray with visual imagery (a lot more straightforward than many imagine) and explain how to set up an icon or image corner as a focus of prayer in your home (as described in the book, The Little Oratory ). At the courses in Kansas and at Thomas More College the singing of the Divine Office will run through the course, so ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ZnILGwoJeLw/three-medieval-art-classes-this-july.html

Restoring What Could Be Lost LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - May 26, 2014 ... order to keep me awake, the nuns would invite me to help them in the sacristy. The nuns introduced me to the Lectionary and what was then known as the Sacramentary (now Roman Missal). I learned about the Proper of Time and the importance of liturgical colors. I even learned how to properly care for the sacred vessels. Those twice-a-week lessons instilled in me a love for the sacred liturgy and it deepened my Faith. My eighth grade teacher jokingly called me the class ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2014/05/restoring-what-could-be-lost.html

Adventures in Homeschooling - Writing Co-Op SPIRITUAL WOMAN - May 12, 2014 ... our homeschooling group held a co-op class using materials from the Institute for Excellence in Writing. Taught by a wonderful woman who has since moved on from homeschooling to teach in a public school, the students thrived. Parents with older children who had been through the program have sung its praises for years. Desperate, I decided to give it a try with my own children. Last spring, I purchased the Middle School Intensive Materials and figured we would ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/cINyfPEkLrI/adventures-in-homeschooling-writing-co.html

Saint John of Avila – "Apostle of Andalusia" TOM PERNA™ - May 10, 2014 ... returned home and lived a life as a hermit. After three years of living this life, he was discovered by a Franciscan priest passing through his hometown that encouraged him to study philosophy and theology at Alcala. During this time at Alcala, he was blessed to have as his teacher the famous Dominican, De Soto. During his studies in Alcala, unfortunately his parents passed away, which left John alone. Not long after their death, John was ordained to the ...http://tomperna.org/2014/05/10/saint-john-of-avila-apostle-of-andalusia/

St. Rose Venerini CATHOLIC FIRE - May 7, 2014 ... of our cities." Soon afterward, the schools spread throughout Italy. 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 myself so bound to the divine will that ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/05/st-rose-venerini.html

May Personal Update EPHREM HIP HOP - May 3, 2014 ... viewing my tumblr presence as actual ministry & pastoral care, my retreat ministry (as an official assignment by the Order), would take precedence. In fact, I didn't just decide stop attending to tumblr as a ministry, I decided to cease saying public Sunday Masses. Although I still presided at weekday Mass 1-2x/week, concelebrating the others, I needed to keep the Sabbath holy. I never had a superior compel me to make this decision, I took responsibility for where I felt called, and ...http://ephremhiphop.tumblr.com/post/84658141445

Junior Ring Address, 2014 CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - April 28, 2014 ... parents and friends, to our junior ring ceremony. Today is not about jewelry, or about receiving an honor. It is a commissioning. In just sixteen class days, a beautiful tradition will once again unfold here at JPII. Our seniors will walk down the hallways of JPII as students for the last time, and their families will gather, and the teachers and the rest of the school will stand outside their classrooms, and surprisingly, the seniors will be very affected by ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2014/04/junior-ring-remarks-2014.html

What Really Happened at Charlotte Catholic HS CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 25, 2014 ... prestigious if conservative Linacre Center in Great Britain, Sister Laurel talked about the causes of later homosexuality saying that a distant or absent father can cause a boy to seek masculine affirmation in a sexual attraction to other males. This theory is now rejected by the psychological establishment but still held by a stalwart yet rump group of psychologists like Rick Fitzgibbons and Joseph Nicolosi. On Twitter, Facebook and other social media this theory became something like "I'm ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/HT-FYcYTsoA/what-really-happened-at-charlotte-catholic-hs

St. John Paul II: A Five-Day Mini Unit AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - April 21, 2014 ... Early Life of St. John Paul II This lessons explores some key events in the life of Karol Wotyla and, in reflection, examines the signs of holiness that mark the early years of his saintly life. Day 3: The Papacy of St. John Paul II The papacy of St. John Paul II was known for miles traveled, examples of prayer and forgiveness, taking a pivotal role in the fall communism, and special attention to the youth of the world. Several suggested videos help to support these main ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/mN8s1mj_MyE/

With Crown of Piercing Thorn QUANTUM THEOLOGY - April 19, 2014 "...human kind cannot bear very much reality." TS Eliot Several years ago, The Boy was in Rome on Good Friday — traveling with a group of Latin students from school. It wasn't on their itinerary, but they returned to the Coliseum that night to see the Via Dolorosa, and to see Pope Benedict. He didn't take a lot of photos, or shoot long videos, but instead told me that he thought I would want him to be there, to watch, not put a lens between him and the action. A ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2014/04/with-crown-of-piercing-thorn.html

Movies: "God's Not Dead" HELL BURNS - April 14, 2014 ... the way Harper projects this sweet, innocent-but-informed, unable to be intimidated Christian guy. Professor Radisson is played to the hilt by Kevin Sorbo. (And he looks fantastic. He must have the same health regimen as David Bowie. I had no idea what a great actor this guy was. He has a commanding, sonorous voice and he plays hockey. What more could you ask for?) GND also stars Dean Cain, so we have Hercules and Superman in the same movie. GND looks like a standard cinematic drama of today ...http://hellburns.blogspot.com/2014/04/movies-gods-not-dead.html

The Faith Challenge PRAYER ON THE HILL - April 11, 2014 ... who refused to submit the required state of disbelief and who was required to defend his belief that God was not dead, spoke so strongly that he drew into a heated debate the obnoxious professor. I was reminded of a Tom Cruise flick in which the actor played the role of a military lawyer challenging in a court room rebuttal a highly decorated senior officer. It was an intense scene. Likewise in the faith movie: the debate between teacher and student was intense. The young student who studied ...http://prayeronthehill.blogspot.com/2014/04/from-hermitage-friday-of-fifth-lenten.html

Lack of Blogging Due to Apathy and Fatigue JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - April 11, 2014 ... need to trust God" because I am trusting Him and I'm sure that everything will be okay but with my school anxiety the stress still exists. I have to get used to the new plans is all. A "trust in Him" reminder is going on my desk for when I feel really stressed out so, I'm good. No need to say it to me. :) Theory two: I was doing so well during Lent -- reading the St. Therese book, daily Gospel readings, being on top of my prayers throughout the day, going a while without the need for ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2014/04/lack-of-blogging-due-to-apathy-and.html

Blogging Around: The Something Old, Something New Edition HAPPY CATHOLIC* - April 11, 2014 ... historical periods. Language warning. GRACE ON A DESERT ISLAND A high school theology quiz that makes you laugh and makes you think. This is just a sampling and the answer key is in the comments at DarwinCatholic . 1. Tom Hanks is stranded alone on a desert island with only a volleyball to keep him company. He knows that as a member of the Church, missing Sunday mass counts as "grave matter" for a mortal sin. He wants to go to mass, but when Sunday comes around, he doesn't go. Has he committed ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2014/04/blogging-around-something-old-something.html

Many Wonder Why the Good Must Die While the Bad Go Free; Look to Christ for the Answer ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - April 8, 2014 ... which also happen to be the qualities that make a good priest. When I told Nathan this, he took it to prayer. Eventually, God made it clear to him that his vocation was to be a husband and a father. While part of me was disappointed, I realized that one day he would make the woman he would marry very happy. Eventually I moved on to another assignment and lost touch with Nathan. I was so happy about a year and a half ago to receive an email from him telling me that was engaged ...http://abyssum.org/2014/04/08/many-wonder-why-the-good-must-die-while-the-bad-go-free-look-to-christ-for-the-answer/

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