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Audiens, Orans, Pariens, Offerens VULTUS CHRISTI - October 19, 2014 ... life(47) and in the light of that word examines the signs of the times and interprets and lives the events of history. Virgo orans Mary is also the Virgin in prayer. She appears as such in the visit to the mother of the precursor, when she pours out her soul in expressions glorifying God, and expressions of humility, faith and hope. This prayer is the Magnificat (cf. Lk. 1:46-55), Mary's prayer par excellence, the song of the messianic times in which there ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/audiens-orans-pariens-offerens/

"Demas, Enamored of the Present World, Deserted Me": The Grace of Final Perseverance MEETING CHRIST IN THE LITURGY - October 18, 2014 Saint Paul experienced and wrote about the reality which the Church is living through in the present age, where so many, enamored of various "lobbies" and pressure groups, abandon Christ and His Church. In 2 Timothy he responds to such unfaithfulness in this way: "At my first defense no one appeared on my behalf, but everyone deserted me. May it not be held against them! But the Lord stood by me and gave me strength, so that through me the proclamation might be completed ...http://mcitl.blogspot.com/2014/10/demas-enamored-of-present-world.html

Saint of the Day: Luke DA MIHI ANIMAS - October 18, 2014 ... beloved physician" (Colossians 4:14). We know few other facts about Luke's life from Scripture and from early Church historians. It is believed that Luke was born a Greek and a Gentile. In Colossians 10-14 speaks of those friends who are with him. He first mentions all those "of the circumcision" -- in other words, Jews -- and he does not include Luke in this group. Luke's gospel shows special sensitivity to evangelizing Gentiles. It is only in his gospel that we hear the ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/10/saint-of-day-luke.html

The Foundation of St. Teresa's Teaching ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - October 17, 2014 ... that time period I hope to have many vibrant discussions here about Teresa, her life, and her teachings. Sometimes we become interested in a saint when we hear one story about him or her. We don't always view that story from the total context of a saint's life and teaching. With my melancholic temperament, I like to look for the unifying principles behind things. This gives me a greater grasp of the meaning of ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-foundation-of-st-teresas-teaching.html

Saint Luke Evangelist LIVING SCRIPTURE - October 17, 2014 ... circumstances. In addition, although there are successful marriages and beautiful friendships, we are all aware of the solitude that exists together with our thirst for the infinite and is like an open wound. Then, when it is a question of betrayals and abandonment, solitude presents two choices, that of desperation and that of Faith, Hope, and Charity. It is the choice of Christian certainty that gives us the strength to forgive those who have harmed us. This is the choice ...http://livingscripture.wordpress.com/2014/10/18/saint-luke-evangelist/

Family Day at Ramsgate THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - October 16, 2014 A day for families, celebrating Pope Saint John Paul's teaching on family life: Saturday 25 October, St Ethelbert's Church, 72 Hereson Road, Ramsgate. CT11 7DS. There will be talks for adults, teenagers and children, and games and activities. An opportunity to pray, meet and grow in fellowship with other Catholic families. Confession will be available. Please bring some food for the shared lunch. Starts at 10.15am with the Rosary; ends at 5pm with ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2014/10/family-day-at-ramsgate.html

On Humility in Prayer DA MIHI ANIMAS - October 14, 2014 The following comes from Msgr. Charles Pope: I, perhaps like you, have to see folks I love and care about through some difficult periods in their life. One neighbor and parishioner just lost her eight year old daughter to cancer. A number of parishioners are seeking work and praying daily for it, but no work offers seem forth-coming. Still others cry out for the alleviation of any number of different crosses. I too have lots of things for which I pray, and sometimes I ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/10/on-humility-in-prayer.html

Deacon Bob's Homily to Deacon Aspirants CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - October 13, 2014 ... on how well we have loved others, especially the poor. None of us is exempt from doing this. Our Holy Father, Pope Francis reminds us that we must first encounter Jesus, encounter him by listening to him, listening to the Word of God who is Jesus Christ, listening to Jesus speak to us in the sacraments, listening to Jesus speak through the teachers of the Church, especially the bishops, priests and deacons, and in a special way listening to Jesus speaking in the lives of the poor, the sick, ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2014/10/deacon-bobs-homily-to-deacon-aspirants/

Remembering October 13th, 1917 VULTUS CHRISTI - October 13, 2014 ... is the 97th anniversary of the sixth and last apparition of Our Lady of the Rosary at Fatima on 13 October 1917. Eleven years ago, Saint John Paul II, singularly devoted to the Virgin of Fatima, declared a Year of the Rosary. In his Apostolic Letter on the Rosary , Saint John Paul II called it "a prayer of great significance, destined to bring forth a harvest of holiness." Mater Misericordiae The Rosary is a presence of Mary, the Refuge of Sinners, saying to ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/remembering-october-13th-1917/

St. Gregory and St. Michael at Hadrian's Tomb ANGELS AND SAINTS . . . AND THE REST OF US - October 12, 2014 St. Gregory the Great , like the recently blogged-about St. Bernard of Clairvaux , was a "super saint." His virtues, heroic acts, teachings, writings, supernatural experiences, and, perhaps most importantly, his lasting impact on both the Church and secular culture today, have truly earned him the title "Great." On the anniversary of his death (March 12), I posted a story about " St. Gregory and the Beggar ," the beggar being an angel in disguise. Today on his feast day I ...http://angelsandsaintsandus.blogspot.com/2012/09/st-gregory-and-st-michael-at-hadrians_3.html

Favorite Saints: Baptismal & Confirmation Namesakes, Whimsical Patronages? :) LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - October 8, 2014 ... bell bottoms, so this gives you a sense of when my parents grew up, and the cultural influence. :0 I read in a Catholic baby naming book that Tiffany is derived from Epiphana, and so I take St. Epiphana (an early martyr) as my patron and celebrate my feast day on the Epiphany. *halo* Confirmation saint : St. Cecilia . I'll be honest: I picked her because I thought the name was pretty, and I never really loved my given name. :0 In fact, I was a bit annoyed when another girl in ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/10/favorite-saints-baptismal-confirmation.html

Visiting With the Street Children CATHOLIC HOTDISH - October 6, 2014 This afternoon, I went to the Kitui Diocese's Saint John Eudes Rehabilitation Centre for street children on the outskirts of Kitui Town. Sister Lucia, one of the many young African religious sisters we have met in Kitui had invited me and some of the other Minnesota delegates to see this concrete block building where she is working miracles. The boys were initially timid upon our arrival, but when Sister Lucia asked them to show us around, they quickly began to feel at ease ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/OlK1cLHb1aY/

The Benedict or Domincan "Options" for Cultural Engagement LA NOUVELLE THéOLOGIE - October 6, 2014 ... of God and neighbor. We can look to the very real Christian witness of cloistered, vowed religious life and say, "see, it can be done." That should give all of us enormous hope. On another level, however, "the Benedict Option" has a serious flaw. It can be summed up in one word withdrawal. Neither MacIntyre nor Dreher have intended anything like withdrawal from the common good, or even from a commitment to political institutions. But I must confess that the ...http://ressourcement.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-benedict-or-domincan-options-for.html

Saint Bruno VULTUS CHRISTI - October 6, 2014 Saint Bruno at the Cinema Curiously, Saint Bruno, the father of those who love solitude, found himself very much in the media over the past decade or so. And where? In the literary and film worlds! A film on the Carthusian life, shaped by Saint Bruno fourteen centuries ago, drew crowds of movie-goers. The film, produced by German cinematographer, Philip Groening, is a three-hour documentary with no spoken words. ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/solitudes/

Friendship Matters… ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN - October 6, 2014 ... example that most human and humane aspect of our personhood: friendship. A generation ago, your friends were those whom you saw – physically – with regularity; people whom you shared your most intimate thoughts and feelings with: "fellow travelers" who accompanied you on the journey down life's road. Today, friends are still those that you share intimate thoughts and feelings with – but with the advent of social media, this can be done halfway down the block ...http://blog.archny.org/onearth/?p=356

Dixit Dominus Domino Meo VULTUS CHRISTI - October 5, 2014 ... Apostles, Psalm 109 has been a mirror wherein the Church contemplates the mystery of Christ. The Church, by her use of Psalm 109 in the sacred liturgy, continues Jesus' own understanding of it passed on to the Apostles. Deep in her collective memory the Church cherishes the incomparable seventh mode antiphon that, for centuries, has opened the evening sacrifice of praise on Sunday: Dixit Dominus Domino meo: Dede a dextris meis (Ps 109:1). The Church hears the voice of Christ repeating for her ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/dixit-dominus-domino-meo-2/

What You See YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - October 4, 2014 Memorial of Saint Francis of Assisi I know that you can do all things, and that no purpose of yours can be hindered. I have dealt with great things that I do not understand; things too wonderful for me, which I cannot know. I had heard of you by word of mouth, but now my eye has seen you. Therefore I disown what I have said, and repent in dust and ashes. Job 42:1-3, 5-6 "Blessed are the eyes that see what you see. For I say to you, many prophets and kings desired to see ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/10/what-you-see.html

St. Francis Quotes - More Than Just an Animal Lover TOTUS TUUS FAMILY & CATHOLIC HOMESCHOOL - October 4, 2014 ... more than that. Chesterton said of him - To most people ... there is a fascinating inconsistency in the position of Saint Francis . He expressed in loftier and bolder language than any earthly thinker the conception that laughter is as divine as tears . He called his monks the mountebanks of God. He never forgot to take pleasure in a bird as it flashed past him, or a drop of water as it fell from his finger: he was, perhaps, the happiest of the sons of men . Yet this man ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/ePBq/~3/Br3P7H_HYSc/st-francis-quotes-more-than-just-animal.html

I Am Represented Before the Face of the Father VULTUS CHRISTI - October 2, 2014 ... Egypt and then back again to Galilee (cf. Mt 1: 20-24, 2:13-22). Angels attended Jesus in the mysteries of his birth, life, suffering, and resurrection. Jesus defended the innocence of the little ones by saying to those tempted to despise them that "in heaven their angels always behold the face of my Father who is in heaven" (Mt 18: 10). When Peter was imprisoned by Herod, an angel appeared to him in the night and guided him out of the prison into freedom. "When Peter came to ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/i-am-represented-before-the-face-of-the-father/

With Thérèse, Believe in Love VULTUS CHRISTI - October 1, 2014 ... saint or that to be our friend; it is, rather, the saints who choose those whom they wish to befriend. The saints choose us, and this, in the light of God's wisdom and providence." The Object of Her Affection We, poor, struggling sons of Saint Benedict, have not, then, to ask why we have chosen Saint Thérèse among our special friends in heaven. We have, instead, to ask why Saint Thérèse has, in fact, chosen ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/with-therese-believe-in-love/

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