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Church Within a Consumer Society CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - February 7, 2016 ... eating out with an older priest friend and laughing at his humorous story about a grandmother who was making it known that when she dies she wanted to have her ashes scattered from the roof of a department store. She spent so many pleasant hours there with her friends, shopping, eating, talking, drinking coffee ma king many things possible for her. Sadly, he says, this thinking is a self portrait of our present reality. Enjoyment and happiness are so interwoven in our lives ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2016/02/church-within-consumer-society.html

Novena to Saint Dymphna THE MUNIMENT ROOM - February 2, 2016 ... Dymphna to be the patroness of those afflicted with mental and nervous disorders, and has caused her to be an inspiration and a symbol of charity to the thousands who invoke her intercession, grant through the prayers of this pure, youthful martyr, relief and consolation to all who suffer from these disturbances, and especially to those for whom we now pray. (Here mention those for whom you wish to pray.) We beg You to accept and grant the prayers of Saint Dymphna on our ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2016/02/novena-to-saint-dymphna.html

The Pope: Be Instruments of Peace VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - February 1, 2016 ... people. It is important to keep alive our solidarity with these brothers and sisters who are incapacitated by this disease. We assure them of our prayers and of our support to those who assist them. Well done to these laypeople, these nuns, these priests". The Holy Father also dedicated some words to a group of young people from Catholic Action of the diocese of Rome, who have come to the end of their Caravan of Peace. He encouraged them to be instruments of peace and mercy ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2016/02/the-pope-be-instruments-of-peace.html

The Madonna of the Candelabra SEASONS OF GRACE - January 30, 2016 ... still available for purchase today, is sold in books of 20 self-adhesive "Forever" stamps. It features Mary and the Christ Child, with a lantern behind them. The stamp may have shown up on cards and letters in your mailbox; but you may not be aware that the image was edited to fit the standard size postage stamp, and that in editing for size, the USPS omitted some of the painting's theological significance. Painted by the Italian renaissance artist Raphael in about 1513, the ...http://kathyschiffer.com/politics-culture/the-madonna-of-the-candelabra/

Monday, January 25, 2016 FR. CARMEN MELE, O.P.: TODAY'S HOMILETTE - January 22, 2016 ... that Christians of different persuasions must make. They must let go of simplistic assertions causing division to seek deeper truths effecting unity. Let us not abandon the quest for Christian unity. We want to pray for it. Equally important, we need to collaborate with separated sisters and brothers on its behalf. We should especially unite on social projects. Very critically, we must not let petty desires for prominence inhibit the movement. The credibility of the gospel ...http://cbmdominicanpreacher.blogspot.com/2016/01/monday-january-25-2016.html

January 21 - Homily for Today FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - January 21, 2016 ... redeemed people of ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2016/01/january-21-homily-for-today.html

January 19 - Homily for Today FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - January 19, 2016 + Today we consider the true meaning of "Sabbath." Saturday, for the Jewish nation, is a symbol of a love Alliance between God and mankind. Creation, and all its manifest glory, is conceived as a space, an arena, for the Alliance, as a meeting place between God and man, as a place to worship. And so our gospel today is about true worship. True worship, the true offering to God cannot be the destruction of something (to sacrifice an animal for example), but ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2016/01/january-19-homily-for-today.html

St. Fabian, the Farmer Who Became Pope CATHOLIC FIRE - January 19, 2016 ... Starting close to Fabian's election, the suffering and persecuted Church began a time of peace. The emperor, Philip, was friendly to Christians and not only was the persecution stopped but Christians experienced acceptance. In this era of peace, Fabian was able to build up the structure of the Church of Rome, appointing seven deacons and helping to collect the acts of the martyrs. But, in a timeless story, the people who had always been in power were not happy to see the newcomers growing and ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/01/st-fabian-farmer-who-became-pope.html

In the Wedding: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time DA MIHI ANIMAS - January 17, 2016 ... with His chosen people. He is the Groom, humanity His beloved and sought-after bride. We see this reflected beautifully in today's First Reading. When Israel breaks the covenant she is compared to an unfaithful spouse (see Jeremiah 2:20-36 ; 3:1-13 ). But God promises to take her back, to "espouse" her to Him forever in an everlasting covenant (see Hosea 2:18-22 ). That's why in today's Gospel, Jesus performs His first public "sign" at a wedding feast. Jesus is the divine Bridegroom (see John ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/01/in-wedding-scott-hahn-reflects-on.html

Year of Mercy: Reflection and Ritual for Blessing the Doors of Our Homes and Our Hearts FRANCISCAN LIFE - January 12, 2016 ... our flesh and walks into our pain, our joy, our struggles, and our longings. During this year we are invited to gaze ever more attentively on God's mercy so that we may become more effective signs of God's action in our lives. The Year of Mercy starts in our own hearts. When our own hearts are convinced we have been touched with mercy, we can witness more strongly and more effectively to others. We recognize as we pass through our doors of mercy, we are called not to "build our tent" in this ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2016/01/year-of-mercy-reflection-and-ritual-for.html

The Horrid Traditionalist RORATE CÆLI - January 10, 2016 Joseph Shaw recently introduced the new book released by Angelico Press, "The Gentle Traditionalist". Is there a greater symbol of gentleness and kindness than the Holy Family, that we celebrate today? This has unfortunately led us to be reminded of that old foe of all that is good and proper in Catholic Tradition, the Horrid Traditionalist. The Horrid Traditionalist is bitter, resentful, judgmental, duplicitous, and aggressive. As Saint Paul warns in his Second Epistle ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-horrid-traditionalist.html

Twelfth Night SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - January 5, 2016 ... Epiphany is the twelfth day of Christmas, and tonight is known as"Twelfth Night" (or "Twelfthnight"). It begins the celebration of Christ's revealing His Divinity in three ways, which is formally celebrated tomorrow: to the Magi who, guided by the great and mysterious Star of Bethlehem, came to visit Him when He was a Baby (Matthew 2:1-19) through His Baptism by St. John, when "the Spirit of God descending as a dove" came upon Him and there was heard a voice from Heaven ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2016/01/twelfth-night.html

Charlie Hebdo learns how to live with Islamofascism. Ann Althouse ... LEX COMMUNIS - January 4, 2016 ... a Muslim symbol at all as far as I can tell. It has more to do with Freemasons than anything else. And it's on the U.S. dollar bill (and the Colorado state seal and the seal of the city of Kenosha, here in Wisconsin). I'm just guessing the cartoonist meant to attack religion in general and to be very obviously not about ...http://peterseanesq.blogspot.com/2016/01/charlie-hebdo-learns-how-to-live-with.html

Epiphany and Pope John Paul II DA MIHI ANIMAS - January 3, 2016 "Epiphany is both an event and a symbol. The event is described in detail by the Evangelist [St. Matthew]. The symbolic meaning, however, was gradually discovered as the Church reflected more and more on the event and celebrated it liturgically. After 2,000 years, wherever Epiphany is celebrated, the Ecclesial Community draws from this precious liturgical and spiritual tradition ever new points for reflection." (Pope John Paul II, 6 January, 2000) For more ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/01/epiphany-and-pope-john-paul-ii.html

The Purpose of Art THE WILD REED - December 31, 2015 A rt cannot change events. But it can change people. It can affect people so that they are changed . . . because people are changed by art – enriched, ennobled, encouraged. They then act in a way that may effect the course of events . . . by the way they vote, they behave, the way they think. – Leonard Bernstein See also the previous Wild Reed posts: • The Potential of Art and the Limits of Orthodoxy to Connect Us to the Sacred • The ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-purpose-of-art.html

"We Are Not Too Sexy for Our Hair." PERSPECTIVE - December 21, 2015 See, I'm not the only one who thinks the recent love fest with the hijab is a wrongheaded embrace of a sexist symbol. Here's the beginning of an article I saw today at the Washington Post ... As Muslim women, we actually ask you not to wear the 'hijab' in the name of interfaith solidarity Last week, three female religious leaders – a Jewish rabbi, an Episcopal vicar and a Unitarian reverend – and a male imam, or Muslim prayer leader, walked into the sacred space ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2015/12/we-are-not-too-sexy-for-our-hair.html

"The Holly and the Ivy" TEA AT TRIANON - December 21, 2015 ... reference to ivy were struck from the lyrics, in what way would the song suffer? And if your answer is, "Not at all," then the next logical question to ask is: Why is the carol not titled simply, "The Holly," instead of, "The Holly and the Ivy ?" ....The answer may lie in the fact that "The Holly and the Ivy" is based on older songs, such as "The Contest of the Holly and the Ivy" .. .. In "The Contest of the Holly and the Ivy," ivy plays a role equally important to that of holly. The mention ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-holly-and-ivy.html

"In the Hebrew of the Old Testament, the Verb Barak, "To Kneel", Is Cognate With the Word Berek,..." INVICEM SUNT - December 20, 2015 "In the Hebrew of the Old Testament, the verb barak, "to kneel", is cognate with the word berek, "knee". The Hebrews regarded the knee as a symbol of strength; to bend the knee is, therefore, to bend our strength before the living God, an acknowledgement of the fact that all that we are we receive from him." - Pope Benedict XVI (via semper-spes-est )http://invicemsunt.tumblr.com/post/135580133586

One God PERSPECTIVE - December 18, 2015 ... Worship One God . I thought what the teacher said about God was fine, but I wish she hadn't picked the hijab as her symbol of solidarity - to me the covering up of women's hair/bodies is a sign of sexism. But anyway, I thought it might be interesting to watch a 2007 lecture by Keith Ward , former Regius Professor of Divinity at the University of Oxford, that touches on the 'one God' thing. It's titled Islam and Christianity: Is a clash of ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2015/12/one-god.html

My Annual Rant... ATONEMENTONLINE - December 18, 2015 This is the time of year when we come across tiresome statements about the Holy Family, all in an effort to make them into some kind of political symbol, I suppose. If I could make it clear: They were not homeless. Joseph and Mary each came from perfectly good homes in Nazareth, and they were no more homeless than I was during the time we lived in England, when I had to travel from my home in Bristol up to the American Embassy in London to register the ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/12/my-annual-rant.html

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