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Where Have You Gone, Quasimodo? MAN WITH BLACK HAT - April 3, 2016 ... initiation into the Sacraments during the Paschal Vigil. In the traditional Roman calendar, it is officially known as "The Octave Day of Easter" or more colloquially as "Low Sunday." It has also been popularly known as "Quasimodo Sunday" (my personal favorite, hence the title), after the first words of the Entrance Antiphon, or Introit: "Quasi modo geniti infantes, alleluia ..." ("Like newborn infants, alleluia ...") In the Eastern churches, it is known as "Thomas Sunday" as ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2016/04/where-have-you-gone-quasimodo.html

Divine Mercy Sunday BATTLE BEADS BLOG - April 3, 2016 ... least 10 times but was still not pleased with it. The picture was finished in June 1934 and hung in the corridor of the Bernardine Sisters' convent near St. Michael's Church in Vilnius, where Father Sopocko was rector. From April 26-28, 1935, during the celebrations concluding the Jubilee Year of the Redemption of the World, the image of The Divine Mercy was transferred to the Ostra Brama ["Eastern Gate" to the city of Vilnius] and placed in a high window so that it could be ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2016/04/divine-mercy-sunday.html

Looking Back FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - April 1, 2016 . I discovered this old picture on the net, it is Mass here five years or so ago, when we had no sanctuary floor for a couple of months. Because of lack of space the only possibility was to push the altar as far back as possible, even then there was only a couple of meters between the front pew and the chasm that was the sanctuary, 'ad orientem' was the only possibility for Mass. Before that we had used the so called 'Benedictine arrangement', which really is odd, with a ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2016/04/looking-back.html

To His Last Breath IN HIM ALONE - February 28, 2016 (I wrote this last year for Lent. If you didn't see it, here it is again). -------------- The last seven words (statements, actually) of Jesus as He hung on Golgotha's cross are among the most encouraging of all Scripture. Here is the third of the seven: When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing beside her, he said to his mother, " Woman, here is your son." Then he said to the disciple, " Here is your mother ." And from that hour ...http://thecontemplativecatholicconvert.blogspot.com/2016/02/to-his-last-breath.html

Beautiful Souls: A Series on Parenting Pt. 3~ We Interrupt This Program (Practical Parenting Tips) ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - February 8, 2016 ... was scheduled for my Parenting series - Was: Why bother with Baptism and the other Sacraments? -the anticipatory act of Baptism -the comprehension that we are changed by the Sacraments -learning healing from the Grace of God However, I'm interrupting the regularly scheduled programming to share a fun little quiz/interview I did with my kids and to just give you a few practical parenting tips... read the rest at Picture a ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/02/beautiful-souls-series-on-parenting-pt.html

Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time PRINTED AS PREACHED - February 6, 2016 ... the gospel is not a simple observation of particular events. In the light of our faith it is a metaphor for the work of Jesus and a picture of what God is doing through His Church. There is a long history of the Church being described as a large boat. We are not a museum ship, nor are we board this mighty tied up old vessel that has seen better days. Christ Himself is still gives orders to set sail. Whether he stands on the shoreline and calls out to us, at rest in one of the ...http://printedaspreached.blogspot.com/2016/02/fifth-sunday-in-ordinary-time_6.html

New Series on Parenting: Beautiful Souls ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - February 1, 2016 ... When we make an effort at holiness, such as attending Mass, participation in the sacraments, seeking out a fully Catholic education, teaching our children how to work and learn, preparing them for First Communion, and teaching our children about the fruit and gifts of the Holy Spirit, as well as other tenets of the Scriptures, we will, in turn, receive much grace. This blog series is written as meant to encourage converts and reverts alike to continue seeking out holiness in ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/02/new-series-on-parenting-beautiful-souls.html

1 Samuel 15:16-23, Psalm 50:8,9,16,17,21,23, Mark 2:18-22 WHOM SHALL I SEND? SEND ME LORD - January 18, 2016 ... cleansing from sin and renewal, restitution and new life in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Obedience to God in all things is more pleasing to you than any sacrifice. In obedience I act in humility giving You rightful authority over me. Beloved Jesus, meek and humble of heart, make my heart like Yours. Psalm 50:8,9,16,17,21,23 My Beloved, no offering is pleasing and acceptable to God if I do not offer it in a spirit of obedience and humility. Your will before mine. What you ask of me each day ...http://whomshallisend.blogspot.com/2016/01/1-samuel-1516-23-psalm-508916172123.html

The Baptism of the Lord HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - January 10, 2016 ... chosen by Divine Wisdom," He further explains that eternal life is God's gift, and undoubtedly he can set the terms on which he will give it. There are Protestant churchgoers who doubt the necessity of baptism for salvation but who believe in the need for holiness; there are Catholics who are convinced of the necessity of baptism but who don't quite believe in the need for holiness. Newman tried to convince both groups of the ancient and unchangeable truth. He knew that doing what God demands ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/01/blessed-john-henry-newman-was-man-who.html

Who Does the Epiphany Mean? NEW HORIZONS - January 2, 2016 ... without delay ' He got up and taking the child and his mother with him left that night for Egypt.' One senses the urgency and the worry and the fear of knowing that Herod wanted Jesus killed- not the type of start to being the foster father of Jesus that Joseph may have hoped for. Yet, Joseph as we know was a man of faith and believed in God's providence towards him and Mary. His faith and obedience to God sustained him in this difficult journey. The wise men and Joseph's fear of Herod is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/0RpUaNEwG7A/who-does-epiphany-mean.html