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5th Sunday of Easter Year -A- 2017 A FEW SIMPLE WORDS... - May 14, 2017 If anyone reads this blog I'm sorry I've been so lax in putting up my homilies. I'll try to do better. Peace May the Peace of Christ Reign in our Hearts The beautiful words " Do not let your heart be troubled" were meant to encourage the Apostles as they would witness Jesus being arrested tortured and hung on the cross but they were also meant for us. Fear has always been a part of the human condition. We are afraid of so many things. Fear is so prevalent in our society ...http://frbobs.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-fifth-sunday-of-easter-year-2017.html

The Fifth Sunday of Easter IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - May 10, 2017 The Fifth Sunday of Easter predmore.blogspot.com May 14, 2017 Acts 6:1-7; Psalm 33; 1 Peter 2:4-9; John 14:1-12 The Gospel passage provides us comforting assurance of our place in heaven because of the warm love of Jesus. Not only does he want us to live with him, he wants us to be in a familiar place where we will be relaxed among people who have missed us. The important message is that Jesus is going to personally seek us out to take us to himself? Why? Because you ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-fifth-sunday-of-easter.html

Fifth Sunday Lent Year a Collect NEW HORIZONS - April 1, 2017 The Collect for the 5th Sunday of Lent reads as follows: By Your help we beseech You Lord our God, may we walk eagerly in that same charity with which out of love for the world Your Son handed himself over to death. In making this prayer tangible for during the week, the following reflection questions emerged: 1. What is my level of dependence on God in my life? 2. How and when do I ask God for help? Only when in need or constantly? 3. What is my capacity to obey God in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/GfQUK1VNrCo/fifth-sunday-lent-collect.html

PAKISTAN : Catholics: Social Media Ban "Is Not the Solution" to Online Blasphemy CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 19, 2017 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/pakistan-catholics-social-media-ban-is.html

First Sunday of Lent: Our Identity GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - March 6, 2017 ... for a recovery of the "two strands" of Lent, the baptismal and the penitential. Too often, parishes and homilists focus solely on the penitential character of the season. Yesterday's homily was a great example of a focus on the baptismal, even though Fr. Tom never made specific reference to the baptismal character of the season. What he did do was remind us that these particular Sunday readings invite us to focus on our identity, of who we are as the Body of Christ. He pointed ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2017/03/first-sunday-of-lent-our-identity.html

Lenten Listening: Podcasts HAPPY CATHOLIC* - February 28, 2017 Another big list that I've updated from last year. Here are some of my favorite faith podcasts which can prove helpful at Lent. To be fair, I tend to listen to most of them year-round. Lanky Guys A weekly attempt to draw some meaning and humor out of the sacred treasury of the Scriptures in the context of the liturgy. I'm hooked on this one. Fr. Peter Mussett and Scott Powell get us ready for each Sunday by taking us through the ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/02/lenten-listening-podcasts.html

8th Sunday - NO MAN CAN SERVE TWO MASTER GLORIA OLIVAE - February 25, 2017 1. Homiletics. We had Homiletics as part of our seminary course where we learned how to give homilies. But I do not remember being taught where to get the materials for our homilies. Up to now seminarians are not taught where to get their materials. I know some young priests who get their materials from articles made by mere laymen with absolutely no theological training. These writings turn out to be like private emotional opinions or sometimes ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_02_01_archive.html#5389544788276961206