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Praying the Holy Rosary Together With Intention Καθολικός διάκονος - March 27, 2015 ... of Jesus Christ and the Redemption of the human race are proposed, one event after another, for our consideration" (par 2) Grata Recondatio is a very short encyclical and so easily read. In it Papa Roncalli laid out what he wanted the Church to pray for during October 1959 through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin by means of her Most Holy Rosary. Among his intentions are several that remain relevant today, including this, under the heading "False Philosophies" - It must also be remarked ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/03/praying-holy-rosary-together-with.html

Cosette Marie CANDID CATHOLIC LIVING - March 26, 2015 Two pink lines. When it's something you're hoping for, there's no better sight in all the world. For me, it means there is a new life deep within me and from the moment I see those two pink lines, I begin to love that child with all my might. We found out on February 11th that I was expecting another baby and I was instantly overjoyed. I've always wanted an October baby and this little one was due to arrive smack in the middle of that, my favorite month of the year. We began ...http://candidcatholicliving.blogspot.com/2015/03/cosette-marie.html

Why Nazareth? SERVANT AND STEWARD - March 25, 2015 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/a-sdSaoFH3Q/why-nazareth.html

This Is Creepy: "Karadima's Forest" ABBEY ROADS - March 25, 2015 ... made that up - but it kind of follows the real story. What's so creepy about the story is the priest - Karadima - was regarded as a saint - not unlike Maciel. He led a double life. He was corrupt and took advantage of his position and exploited the young people in his charge. I may have some of the details wrong, but a film on what happened will be released in April this year. That story here: SANTIAGO, Mar 20 2015 (IPS) - Victims of sexual abuse by Catholic ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/03/this-is-creepy-karadimas-forest.html

"Indissolubility Is Not a Curse, It Is the Great Beauty of the Marital Relationship." SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - March 25, 2015 ... faith: "The gates of hell will not prevail against the Church." We know that this is true, and we have to suffer in the meantime for the truth, but we must be confident that Our Lord will win the victory in the end. ___________ May God bless Cardinal Burke, and may He protect His ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2015/03/indissolubility-is-not-curse-it-is.html

"Mondays With Mary" and the Annunciation TOM PERNA - March 23, 2015 ... media sites or copy and paste quotes from them to share on your social media sites. The list below is no particular order – 1. "Mondays with Mary" – The Teachings of Mary's Virginity in the Catechism 2. "Mondays with Mary" – Saint Francis de Sales on the Annunciation 3. "Mondays with Mary" – Mary's Faith at the Annunciation 4. "Mondays with Mary" – 'The Handmaid of the Lord' 5. "Mondays with Mary" – 'May it be done to me according to your ...http://tomperna.org/2015/03/23/mondays-with-mary-and-the-annunciation/

Homily: Taking Chances With God BUKAS PALAD - March 22, 2015 ... They also speak about a new chance at life. "Another chance at life" is a theme in our responsorial psalm on this 5th Sunday of Lent. Another chance to make right what is wrong. A second chance to live in God's ways. A new chance to be in friendship with God and one another. A chance not to ignore God again. We hear all these when the psalmist's cries out for such a chance: "Create in me a clean heart O God and renew a right spirit within me." Tradition ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2015/03/homily-taking-chances.html

5 Ways to Practice Conversion DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 22, 2015 ... powerful suggestion: The Word of God! The Word of God is powerful like a two-edged sword that separates bone from marrow. The daily reading of the Word of God in prayerful meditation can result in the conversion of the mind. One more step: memorize Sacred Scripture! If you like this analogy: what chlorine is and does to a swimming pool (cleansing and purifying) the Word of God can do to the human mind. Lord, may your Word be a light for my path and a torch for my steps! 2. Eyes. Our eyes need ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/03/5-ways-to-practice-conversion.html

Spirituality: "What Does the Cross Teach Us?" by Pope Francis, Rio, Brazil in July 2013 at an Address to the Youth IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - March 21, 2015 What does the cross teach us? According to ancient Roman tradition, while fleeing the city during the persecutions of Nero, Saint Peter saw Jesus who was travelling in the opposite direction, that is, toward the city, and asked him in amazement: "Lord, where are you going?" Jesus' response was: "I am going to Rome to be crucified again." At that moment, Peter understood that he had to follow the Lord with courage, to the very end. But he also realized that he would never ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/03/spirituality-what-does-cross-teach-us.html

Solemnity of St. Joseph HAPPY CATHOLIC* - March 19, 2015 Giuseppe Maria Lo Spagnolo Crespi - Death of Saint Joseph [c.1712] Via Gandalf's Gallery The season of Lent is interrupted by the Solemnity of Joseph, Husband of Mary. With the exception of Our Lady, there is no greater saint in Heaven than Saint Joseph. This feast originated in the fifteenth century and was then extended to the whole church in 1621. In 1847 Pope Pius IX named Saint Joseph Patron of the Universal Church. ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2015/03/solemnity-of-st-joseph.html

Lessons From Elusive St. Joseph JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - March 19, 2015 ... remember feeling unsettled by the indecision and doubt I had. "Who is the patron saint against doubt?" St. Joseph, of course. That set off my curiosity on St. Joseph once again... and my journey to understanding him a little better. There's not much known about St. Joseph but what is known about him speaks volumes. He was the holy spouse of our Blessed Mother and the adoptive father of Jesus, a role that couldn't have been filled by just anyone. I'm sure there are a number of ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/03/learning-from-elusive-st-joseph.html

The Importance of Knowing St. Joseph INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 19, 2015 ... profound study of a person intimately joined to the life of the Messiah and written by one of the most respected figures in our contemporary Catholic scene should cause serious attention to be paid to the often neglected figure of Saint Joseph. Father Marie-Dominique Philippe, O.P., an important French theologian who died only in 2006, was a man whose thought was of great influence and depth. He was also a man greatly devoted to the Church who founded the ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/03/the-importance-of-knowing-st-joseph.html

Two Great Popes STUDEO: MY THINKING SPOT - March 19, 2015 ... from which it was essential to protect oneself, the proclamation that Christ was the only conqueror and that those with Christ need fear no one seemed a true liberation. The same is also true for the paganism of today, since current followers of similar ideologies see the world as full of dangerous powers. It is necessary to proclaim to them that Christ is triumphant, so that those who are with Christ, who stay united to him, have nothing and no one to fear. I think that this is also important ...http://studeo.blogspot.com/2015/03/two-great-popes.html

St. Patrick's Day BATTLE BEADS BLOG - March 17, 2015 St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland was born around the year 390. His story in regards to bringing Christianity to Ireland begins in 432 when he arrived as a missionary Bishop. He spent the rest of his life converting the population and organizing the Church before his death in Armagh in 461. It would take too long to enumerate the many accomplishments of Patrick. He was a tireless defender of the faith and his efforts have had a lasting effect on ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2012/03/st-patricks-day.html

Thanks Knights DTF DEFEND/PROCLAIM THE FAITH - March 15, 2015 ... Americans to the history of our country. We did so in the belief that the St. Patrick's Day Parade would be an occasion for unity and celebration in the city of Boston. We deeply regret that some have decided to use this occasion to further the narrow objectives of certain special interests, which has subjected this occasion to undeserved division and controversy. In addition, certain groups have chosen to misrepresent our reason for marching, insisting that we were participating in the parade ...http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2015/03/thanks-knights.html

Novena to St. Joseph Day 4 VIRTUAL ST. JOSEPH ALTAR BLOG - March 13, 2015 Novena to Saint Joseph: Glorious Saint Joseph, faithful follower of Jesus Christ, to you we raise our hearts and hands to implore your powerful intercession to obtain, from the benign heart of Jesus, all the helps and graces necessary for our spiritual and temporal welfare, particularly for the grace of a happy death and this special favour we now request . . . O guardian of the Word Incarnate, we feel animated with confidence that your prayers on our ...http://stjosephaltar.blogspot.com/2015/03/novena-to-st-joseph-day-4.html

St. Serpahina: Patron of the Physically Challenged CATHOLIC FIRE - March 12, 2015 Today's saint is a great inspiration for those who suffer from poverty and illness, especially young people. She is the patron of the disabled and those who are physically challenged. Seraphina was born to a poor family in San Gimignano, Tuscany, Italy in 1238. Her father died when she was very young and her widowed mother went to work, leaving her alone at home. She was an attractive girl with a cheerful, congenial nature and a deep empathy for others -- sharing half her ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/03/st-serpahina-patron-of-physically.html

How Fares Thomism? UBI PETRUS - March 11, 2015 ... sense do you believe Catholic theology needs to adapt itself to contemporary times? I think theology can only be contemporary. Veritas Eternaliter Juvenis —the truth is eternally young. Like a good Thomist, I will distinguish. Catholic theology in order to survive has to adapt to the period in which it serves Catholic and divine truth. The history of Thomism, in my view, demonstrates this adaptability. If contemporary Thomists spent all their time examining what Capreolus said in the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UbiPetrus/~3/VpYUlRWxut8/

On Integrating Latin Mass Parishes Into Church Life CRISIS MAGAZINE - March 11, 2015 ... Extraordinary Form's Liturgical Calendar It is a mistake to view the Extraordinary Form's calendar as something that should be eternally stuck in 1962, the year the last Latin missal was issued. Such an attitude effectively treats the mass as being a museum piece. The sacred liturgy, though faithfully transmitting that which was delivered by Christ to the Apostles and their successors, is not merely a relic of the past, but part of a living, organically developing Tradition that moves through ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/-KH4mabrSZA/better-integrating-latin-mass-communities-church-life

The Novena to St. Joseph:Day One JOE CATHOLIC - March 10, 2015 Novena to St. Joseph * NOVENA PRAYER *(prayer to be said at the end of each day's devotion) Saint Joseph, I, your unworthy child, greet you. You are the faithful protector and intercessor of all who love and venerate you. You know that I have special confidence in you and that, after Jesus and Mary, I place all my hope of salvation in you, for you are especially powerful with God and will never abandon your faithful servants. Therefore I humbly invoke you ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2015/03/the-novena-to-st-joseph-day-one.html

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