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Why Religious Liberty Arguments Aren't Working CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 16, 2015 ... are facts: trying to build an entire society around their opposites is inhuman and impossible. Our society desperately needs to hear this message. Demanding our First Amendment Rights is a distraction. If we religious believers won't proclaim these truths, who will? (Photo credit: Alex Brandon / ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/j1DOAAaDGOI/religious-liberty-arguments-arent-working

Korean Catholic Missioners Giving Hope CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - April 15, 2015 Korea, for many years has been a leader in sending missioners to other countries, and most of them would be Protestants, but Catholic numbers are beginning to grow. A Catholic Times article reports that the Church began in earnest sending their members overseas in the 1980s: the Korean Foreign Mission Society sent three missioners to Papua New Guinea in 1981, Jeon Ju diocese sent priests to South America, and religious orders sent men ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2015/04/korean-catholic-missioners-giving-hope.html

"Normal Human Adaptation" SCELATA - April 14, 2015 An Irish, Catholic pol says that the Church's "regrettable" teachings on human sexuality "will change," since, you know, homosexuality is not intrinsically disordered, but is instead a "perfectly normal human adaptation." "Adaptation"? What? like, um, necessary evolutionary change to contend with changed circumstances? An alteration in the structure or function of an organism or any of its parts that results from natural selection and by ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2015/04/normal-human-adaptation.html

Three Things You're Probably Getting Wrong About Praying to the Saints SHAMELESS POPERY - April 14, 2015 As Christianity Today acknowledges , prayers for and to the Saints date back to the early Church (in fact, these practices date back far earlier, even to Old Testament Judaism, but I'll talk more about that tomorrow). Nevertheless, these practices are controversial within Protestantism. Today, I want to look at just one of them -- prayer to the Saints -- and show why the opposition to it is grounded in a faulty view of life after death. Tomorrow, I'll look at the ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2015/04/three-things-youre-probably-getting.html

Thoughts on Vocations V: One Story VOX NOVA - April 12, 2015 ... they were real people you could know, and I found it kind of weird at first," he said. "But reflecting back later, I realized that they had this sense of joy, of contentment, that I didn't have, and their witness really resonated with me." Back in Storrs, Bovino couldn't get them out of his mind. "For me, it was this kind of awakening to this sense that these people were living their faith, and this realization that there was substance to why they were doing it," he said. He had been going to ...http://vox-nova.com/2015/04/12/thoughts-on-vocations-v-one-story/

Random Thoughts CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - April 11, 2015 ... and guide; they look to their affective lives, their feelings, their attractions. Now of course you will no doubt rightly note that Satan uses exactly those faculties to entice us into vice, sin, and confusion, but we too need to better appreciate the need to appeal to those parts of human experience to instill Gospel values and truths. Certainly, our Holy Father knows this and lives this. The early Church understood this also, and stirred the hearts of ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2015/04/random-thoughts-16/

Of Early Church History and Rewriting History HANDING ON THE FAITH - April 7, 2015 ... with the Ascension and ends with Paul's proclamation of the church in Rome itself. It is actually a page-turner. We learn about the election of Matthias to replace Judas, about the coming of the Holy Spirit and Peter's great speech at Pentecost, the cure of the disabled beggar, the conversion of Saul the persecutor (that must have given Peter a shock) into Paul the apostle, and life in the early community. We learn how Peter was inspired to do what was unheard-of for a Jew ...http://blog.archny.org/faith/?p=977

When to Celebrate Pascha BYZANTINE, TEXAS - April 6, 2015 ... his well documented explanation. By Fr. Jon Magoulias – As Greek-Orthodox Christians prepare to celebrate Easter on Sunday,April 12th, we would like to shed some light on the reasons why the Orthodox Christian Church celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ later than the Catholic one. While the issue is somewhat complicated, it may be summarized in the two factors at work that cause this conflict in dates: 1) The issue of the calendar; and 2) the ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2015/04/when-to-celebrate-pascha.html

Lessons on Religious Liberty for the Theology Classroom AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - April 6, 2015 ... are the light of the world. A city set on a mountain cannot be hidden. Nor do they light a lamp and then put it under a bushel basket; it is set on a lampstand, where it gives light to all in the house. Just so, your light must shine before others, that they may see your good dees and glorify your heavenly Father." Please note the following resources that you can use to substantively enhance Liberty and Catholicism in the United States: A Five-Day Mini-Unit and the content of your lessons ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/G1nihMWmlFU/

The Real Empty Show of Easter REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - April 5, 2015 At every celebration of Sunday Eucharist, the church recites the creed as a body, serving to remind us of the foundations of our belief as Christians. But at the Easter liturgy, the church omits this. Instead, something significant takes its place – we renew our baptismal promises. We do this in two parts - firstly we reject sin and evil, and following that we renew the promises and tenets of our belief, responding with a resounding ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-real-empty-show-of-easter.html

Musings on Holy Saturday MY MORNING CUP - April 4, 2015 It is the morning of Holy Saturday. All is quiet in the house for my husband and the boys just left to go to church where the altar boys have practice for this evening's Easter Vigil. They will be away for a few hours and so I have some time to muse a bit. We are almost there! We will celebrate Our Lord's glorious Resurrection beginning this evening at 10pm. The first Easter Mass is to be celebrated in the morning of Easter, i.e., just after midnight, so the sacred liturgy ...http://hsmom-mymorningcup.blogspot.com/2015/04/musings-on-holy-saturday.html

The Easter Triduum: Entering Into the Paschal Mystery INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - April 2, 2015 The Easter Triduum: Entering into the Paschal Mystery Carl E. Olson The liturgical year is a great and ongoing proclamation by the Church of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a celebration of the Mystery of the Word. Through this yearly cycle, the Catechism of the Catholic Church explains, "the various aspects of the one Paschal mystery unfold"(CCC 1171). The Easter Triduum holds a special place in the liturgical year because it marks ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/04/the-easter-triduum-entering-into-the-paschal-mystery.html

First Video Ever of Me Teaching Apologetics BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - March 31, 2015 By Dave Armstrong I did an informal Q & A teaching session (1 hr, 17 min. total, in two parts) with a Catholic high school youth group, called ROCK (Relying On Christ our King), in Southgate, Michigan (3-22-15), answering 30 or so questions, completely unprepared and "off the cuff." Links: Part One / Part Two I hardly ever do this, whether filmed or not. I did an actual talk / lecture a year or two ago to another high school group. That's even more ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2015/03/first-video-of-me-teaching-apologetics.html

Passion Sunday 2015 CHERISHED HEARTS AT HOME - March 30, 2015 ... Church Year. We don't really have a food dish for this but we could easily have a pea soup as you can read below to find out about :) This is a quick and concise summary below and a more detailed reading is here A week before Palm Sunday, the 5th. Sunday of Lent, is called Passion Sunday. All the crucifixes, statues and paintings of the saints are to be covered (veiled) by purple cloth or sewn coverings Saturday evening after vespers. Only the Stations of Cross are not ...http://cherishedheartsathome.blogspot.com/2015/03/passion-sunday-2015.html

Let's Talk Liturgy: Part 11 A WING AND A PRAYER - March 28, 2015 ... printed in the Intermountain Catholic the following Friday. *** The Eucharistic Prayer, Part III We have explored some of the key elements of the Eucharistic Prayer, closing our last reflection with affirmation of our belief that the whole Risen Christ is present and active in the celebration. Today's presentation will complete our discussion of the Eucharistic Prayer, looking at some additional aspects of it. Earlier in the liturgy, we proclaimed the "Mystery of Faith" in the ...http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2015/03/lets-talk-liturgy-part-11.html

Movie Date With My Husband PASSIONATE ABOUT LIFE - March 28, 2015 ... anything, e.g., watching a good movie, being engaged in a project, working with others, etc. Called Observation-Comprehension-Synthesis , it can be used in our Lenten journey, reading of Scripture, this Holy Week through Easter Triduum, and Easter Sunday---then beyond. Observation : Key word: senses . In observation, we use the five senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. As we know, these are functions of the body through the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, and hands---portals of our ...http://prayerswritingsofacatholicmomdaughter.blogspot.com/2015/03/movie-date-with-my-husband.html

7 Reasons Why I Love the Roman Catholic Church FEAR NOT LITTLE FLOCK - March 27, 2015 ... for over a decade. 3. I also love the witness of all the Roman-rite consecrated men and women. The variety of charisms that can be found are inspiring. 4. I love the lives of Pope Emeritus Benedict and Pope Francis- beautiful! I wrote a blog post about Benedict, my 'forgotten' Pope when Pope Francis was elected. There is just something extraordinary about the office of the Pope. I could feel the Holy Spirit when I touched Pope John Paul's hand. Listening to Pope Benedict's abdication, one ...http://remnantofremnant.blogspot.com/2015/03/7-reasons-why-i-love-roman-catholic.html

Another Cardinal Stands Up to Card. Marx and German Bishops: FR. Z'S BLOG - March 26, 2015 ... firmly rejected the progressivist notions which Card. Müller called "absolutely anti-Catholic". From LifeSite with my emphases and comments: Vatican cardinal tells German bishops: We can't adapt the faith to the times like Christians did under the Nazis ROME, March 26, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An influential Swiss cardinal at the Vatican has warned Germany's bishops that the Church cannot merely adapt itself to the times as some Christians did in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/qYU-yPG-ao8/

ACN News - Along With Their Ancient Syrian City, Christians of Homs Are Coming Back to Life—but ISIS Looms A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - March 26, 2015 ... the city's siege is an example to all those longing for peace in Syria. His tomb in the Jesuit headquarters of Homs is destined to become a shrine and place of pilgrimage. Father Halemba, who recently returned from a fact-finding mission in Syria, is in charge of the Middle East desk for Aid to the Church in Need. With picture of bullet-ridden statue of St. Efrem outside remains of St. Mary's Church (Syrian Orthodox), Homs (© ACN) Editor's Notes: Directly ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2015/03/acn-news-along-with-their-ancient.html

"Forget the 1960s – It Is Time the Church Once Again Embraced New Music in the Liturgy" SCELATA - March 25, 2015 When did She ever stop? From Matthew Schellhorn in the British "Catholic Herald": To think of "contemporary music" in Catholic worship brings to mind the clearly hastily written and often very poor quality contributions of the 60s and 70s still in use in some places as a meagre alternative to anything of real artistic value. The waters are muddied here by an agenda that extols a particular kind of congregational "active participation", meaning that in ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2015/03/forget-1960s-it-is-time-church-once.html

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