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Easter Joy: Jesus Makes All Things New THE CATHOLIC FOODIE - April 20, 2014 ... encourage you to subscribe to Magnificat Magazine . It is an excellent resource to help you grow in prayer and faith. Pope Francis on the Power of Jesus' Resurrection for Me and for You "The women [who go to the tomb of Jesus with spices to anoint Jesus' body] continued to feel love, the love for Jesus which now led them to his tomb. But at this point, something completely new and unexpected happens, something which upsets their hearts and their plans, something which will upset their whole ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheCatholicFoodie/~3/2U6q1CC7Q4Q/easter-joy-jesus-makes-all-things-new

Feeding on the Word of God - Joy! OUR EMMAUS WALK - April 19, 2014 ... fills the hearts and lives of all who encounter Jesus. Those who accept his offer of salvation are set free from sin, sorrow, inner emptiness and loneliness. With Christ joy is constantly born anew. (1, Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis) The Gospel , radiant with the glory of Christ's cross, constantly invites us to rejoice . A few examples will suffice. "Rejoice!" is the angel's greeting to Mary ( Lk 1:28). Mary's visit to Elizabeth makes John leap for joy in his mother's womb ...http://ouremmauswalk.blogspot.com/2014/04/feeding-on-word-of-god-joy.html

Mary TV Daily Reflection 4/19/2014 MARY, OUR MOTHER - April 19, 2014 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/YVVY/~3/obtsIVVOYds/mary-tv-daily-reflection-4192014.html

"They Have Taken the Lord From the Tomb" CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - April 17, 2014 ... proclaimed "take and eat for this is my body." Over the third cup of wine, known as the cup of blessing, he said "take and drink for this is my blood." Then he commanded the disciples "do this in memory of me." In the Mass of the Lord's Supper conducted at our parishes, we are in the upper room with Jesus and the Apostles and do what they did . Through the ritual of washing the feet (Jn 13:1) of 12 parishioners, we unite in service to one another. Through our celebration of this first Mass and ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/04/they-have-taken-lord-from-tomb.html

Thursday, April 17, 2014 FR. CARMEN MELE, O.P.: TODAY'S HOMILETTE - April 16, 2014 ... Communion, the Blessed Sacrament is exposed for continuing reflection. Similarly, the service conducted tomorrow does not begin with an introduction, nor does it end with the usual blessing and sending forth. And then on Saturday, there is likewise no greeting as the liturgy gets underway; there is only an exhortation about participating reverently. The Church deliberately designs the services in this way to teach that Christ's Eucharistic meal, his passion and death, and his ...http://cbmdominicanpreacher.blogspot.com/2014/04/thursday-april-17-2014.html

Prayer Reflection: The Seven Last Words of Christ AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - April 14, 2014 Seven Gospel passages of Jesus' words on the Cross are known as the "seven last words of Christ." You may wish to use these passages for prayer and reflection during Holy Week. Have the students write both the passage and a response to the question that follows in their journals. 1. "Father, forgive them; they do not know what they are doing" (Lk 23:34). Who do I find it impossible to forgive? How can I overcome this feeling? 2. "In truth I tell you, today ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/FVtlB5aVXE4/

Lenten Reflection for Monday, April 14 AGGIE CATHOLICS - April 14, 2014 April 14, 2014 MONDAY OF HOLY WEEK Isaiah 42:1-7 * John 12:1-11 The Gospel today gives us a glimpse of a man whose life has been radically transformed by an encounter with Jesus Christ. Lazarus was a normal guy. He had friends, went to the store, and enjoyed leisurely pastimes. Eventually he grew ill, fought sickness, and died. Lazarus could be me or you. It is not until Jesus Christ comes into the picture that Lazarus becomes a noteworthy figure. Lazarus is freed from ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2014/04/lenten-reflection-for-monday-april-14.html

The Gay Identity COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - April 13, 2014 ... that here . I want to step back from the immediacy of this, and reflect on the muddled thinking that underpins this whole movement. The argument for 'gay marriage' was probably finally won the day someone coined the slogan Equal Marriage. Who could vote against equality? Certainly several Catholic MPs felt that they couldn't. And that is because of the conflation of a tendency to same sex attraction, with the notion of 'being gay'. Same sex attraction is clearly a natural phenomenon (albeit ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-gay-identity.html

The Faith Challenge PRAYER ON THE HILL - April 11, 2014 http://prayeronthehill.blogspot.com/2014/04/from-hermitage-friday-of-fifth-lenten.html

89. The Old Is Gone (Matthew 27:45-56)  - April 9, 2014 Editor's Note: The first and second of three reflections on the Sunday Gospel reading for Passion (Palm) Sunday are found on site today. This is the third reflection on the Passion Sunday Gospel reading. "By his obedience shown on one tree he retraced the disobedience which had been shown through another." -St. Irenaeus Matthew 27:45-56: […] The post 89. The Old Is Gone (Matthew... This is summary content only - please click on the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicSpiritualDirection/~3/l1wwFgTJCkw/the-old-is-gone-matthew-27-45-56

88. Mocking the King (Matthew 27:27-44)  - April 9, 2014 Editor's Note: The first of three reflections on the Sunday Gospel reading for Passion (Palm) Sunday is found on site today. This is the second reflection on the Passion Sunday Gospel reading. "None must be ashamed of the cross of Christ, by which he redeemed the world. None must fear to suffer for righteousness' sake. […] The post 88. Mocking the King (Matthew 27:27-44) appeared... This is summary content only - please click on the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicSpiritualDirection/~3/fQkEvJ7nTM4/88-mocking-king-matthew-27-27-44

Lenten Reflection for Wednesday, April 9 AGGIE CATHOLICS - April 9, 2014 ... WEDNESDAY OF THE FIFTH WEEK OF LENT Daniel 3:14-20, 91-92, 95 * John 8:31-42 "And the truth will set you free." This phrase that Jesus speaks in today's Gospel has become clichéd in our society, but what does it really mean? Imagine you are sitting in front of a piano. You have no musical background whatsoever, and you have never even touched a piano before. Now try playing the piano. Without any experience or guidance, no matter how hard you hit at the ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2014/04/lenten-reflection-for-wednesday-april-9.html

On the Road of the World With Jesus TEN THOUSAND PLACES - April 8, 2014 ... mercy. We all need it. Also the faithful, since as pastors we must extend great, great mercy! The passage from the Gospel of Matthew that we heard makes us turn our gaze to Jesus as he goes about the cities and villages. And this is curious. Where was Jesus most often, where he could most easily be found? On the road. He might have seemed to be homeless, because he was always on the road. Jesus' life was on the road. He especially invites us to grasp the depths of his heart, ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/04/0-0-1-654-3729-madonna-house-inc.html

Sunday Snippets - April 6, 2014 HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - April 6, 2014 ... Looking? Do Not Be Discouraged - Ponder These Words Of Wisdom Reflection On Today's Gospel - Do You Want To Get Well? Eucharistic Reflection - Oh, The Angels Cry! Monday Musings - We Must Not Politicize The Eucharist, Except... Come Meet St. Vincent Ferrer, ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2014/04/sunday-snippets-april-6-2014.html

Lazarus, Life, Death: And More A CATHOLIC CITIZEN IN AMERICA - April 6, 2014 ... me to change all of my plans for today's homily, to reflection on six words from today's gospel reading. That being, "And Jesus wept." And, "Lazarus, come out!" Keep these six words in mind as I share with you some of the thoughts that I shared with Father Mark, then he challenged me to share with you, what I told him. Some of the story, at least parts of it you have heard from this pulpit but never the complete story. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ACatholicCitizenInAmerica/~3/EqH5pprV7jM/lazarus-life-death-and-more.html

Jesus Wept JOURNEY TO WISDOM - April 5, 2014 A Reflection on John 11:17-44 By: Larry T Here's a riddle: Mary of Bethany fell at Jesus' feet and said, "Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died." Then she began to sob over the death of her beloved brother Lazarus. The Jews , who had come to comfort Mary and Martha, wept with them at the tomb. Jesus became deeply troubled and wept with Mary, Martha, and the Jews . In the end Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead. If Jesus knew all along that he was going ...http://journeytowisdom-ocbs.blogspot.com/2014/04/jesus-wept.html

Reflection for Passion Sunday A CATHOLIC LIFE - April 5, 2014 ... innocently calumniated, when they consider that Christ Himself received nothing better. St. Augustine consoles such by saying: "O friend, what is there that can happen to you that your Saviour did not suffer before you? Is it slander? He heard it, when He was called a glutton, a drunkard, a heretic, and a rebel, a companion of sinners, one possessed of a devil; He even heard, when casting out devils, that He did so by Beelzebub, prince of devils." (Matt. IX. 34.) He therefore comforts His ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/4iMmgcaWPd0/reflection-for-passion-sunday.html

From the Ashes of Defeat ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - April 4, 2014 Gospel reflection Today's Gospel: John 7:1-2, 10, 25-30 This section of scripture leaves me feeling irritated, almost as irritated as Jesus seems to be. Of course part of that frustration is because this was written by John who loves to talk in circles, leaving his readers hanging. At first glance this passage simply talks about Jesus moving around Galilee, not wishing to travel to Judea because the Jews are trying to kill ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2014/04/from-ashes-of-defeat.html

Lenten Reflection for Thursday , April 3 AGGIE CATHOLICS - April 3, 2014 April 3, 2014 THURSDAY OF THE FOURTH WEEK OF LENT Exodus 32:7-14 * John 5:31-47 The Gospel reading for today is definitely a weighty one. Jesus is speaking to the Jews, discussing testimonies on his behalf. As I reflected on the reading, there was something that specifically stood out and made an impression. "But I have testimony greater than John's. The works that the Father gave me to accomplish, these works that I perform testify on my behalf." (John 5:36) I'm sure ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2014/04/lenten-reflection-for-thursday-april-3.html

"I Am the Resurrection and the Life" CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - April 3, 2014 Sunday's pathos-filled Gospel story for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, the raising of Lazarus , is the longest continuous narrative in John's Gospel outside of the passion account. It is also the climax of the "signs" of Jesus. Our Discussion Questions will guide your Online Sunday Bible Study sessions with your family, friends and church groups. Jesus Wept The shortest line in the whole bible is found in this Gospel story: "Jesus wept." Fr. ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/04/i-am-resurrection-and-life.html

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