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Father DARWINCATHOLIC - June 20, 2016 ... repeating because the grievance is never about the actual words or actions which triggered the scene. "You warned me that joke was straying from sarcastic into rude," turns into, "You always criticize what I say. You do it in front of other people all the time. You do it just to make me look stupid." While I don't remember specific grievances of my own, I have the feeling that I enacted similar scenes with my parents back in the day -- though given the differences in ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2016/06/father.html

Fr. Peter Heers: Q&A on the Pan-Orthodox Council BYZANTINE, TEXAS - June 18, 2016 There is a lot being said about who agreed to what when. The timeline is being used as a bludgeon to place blame on why one party chose to not come to the Council in Crete and why others are said to have pulled out "at the last minute." Truthfully, the situation is much more complicated than that. Some documents were discussed over time, but others went into circulation much later. This paper pushing back and forth has quite a convoluted history making claims of "sabotage" ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2016/06/fr-peter-heers-q-on-pan-orthodox-council.html

Set Apart for Me YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - June 11, 2016 http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/06/set-apart-for-me.html

Podcast Spotlight THE CURT JESTER - May 16, 2016 ... and his appearances on podcasts for SQPN. I have been known to complain about the quality of homilies I often hear. But instead of just complaining I found it better to subscribe to the good homily podcasts out there. I totally enjoy Fr. Sticha's homilies as they are filled with the spiritual wealth from the Church. I also like that in fairly short homilies that he can pack in so much. Another bonus is that these homilies are often available in a very short turnaround after he ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/splendoroftruth/lNZE/~3/XykTSKojsQY/

May Is Mental Health Awareness Month, Three Surprising Stats From National Association for Mental Illness (NAMI), and Su PRINTS OF GRACE - May 3, 2016 ... they had known sooner how to recognize the warning signs of depression, address self-harm, and/or help to prevent someone from committing suicide. There is still time to learn and educate others. Education about mental illness is one of the best ways we can promote health, trust, openness, and offer support. There are still a number of people who think that depression is just a bad mood or a negative outlook that could easily be turned around if the person was willing to make ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2016/05/May-Is-Mental-Health-Awareness-Month-Three-Surprising-Stats-from-NAMI-and-Suicide-Prevention-Tips.html

Let's Talk About Suicide GETTING TO THE POINT - May 3, 2016 Ooh, boy. Well, when I began this new column 'Gnarly Questions' last week, I wasn't quite sure what I would be writing about this week. So why am I writing about suicide this week? Well, on a small personal note, we received word this week that an old friend of MH for many years took her own life this week. So the subject is much on all of our minds here, obviously with a terrible sorrow for all who loved this person, myself included. So I apologize in ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2016/05/lets-talk-about-suicide.html

[podcast] How to Say No Nicely #016 DANIELLE BEAN - April 18, 2016 ... subscribe in Stitcher NOTES This week's show comes to you from the ball field (near the port-a-potty!) and we are talking about saying "no" nicely. Why do we nee this topic? Because so many of us are so very bad at setting boundaries! We talk about some ways to prioritize your commitments and prepare yourself ahead of time so that you don't wind up committing to things you don;t value at the expense of yourself or your family. We all need this ...http://daniellebean.com/podcast-say-no-nicely/

Tea Time With Tiffany #43 - Can You Hear Me Now?! ;-) Audio Updates & Upgrades, Plus Exciting Summer Project Plans! LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - April 7, 2016 ... springtime edition of: Today, now that the snow is finally melting :0 seeds of ideas for the upcoming summer season are swirling about in my head, so I gab on about those for a spell. There are a few audio upgrades to discuss, plus a summer writing series that I am teasing about, though not yet fully revealing. All this, and I complain just for a bit about how frustrating teaching can be at this point of the semester. ;-) Come ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/04/tea-time-with-tiffany-43-can-you-hear.html

Dumber or Smarter THE THEOLOGY OF DAD - March 26, 2016 One of the most interesting things that I have noticed about the cultural wars is a specific part of the disagreement between lefties and righties. Lefties believe that people are getting smarter, righties dumber. As to the first, consider this . As to the second position, consider this . Both cannot be correct, obviously. But as with most things, the truth is not so simple. From what I have concluded, both are a little bit right, but the righties are more right. IQs went ...http://thetheologyofdad.blogspot.com/2016/03/dumber-or-smarter.html

Tea Time With Tiffany #41 - Special Holy Week Edition! LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - March 23, 2016 All! So nice to be with you on a special (rushy rushy! though not in terms of length ;-)) Holy Week edition of: Today I talk about adventures with my kids in a Palm Sunday procession, my experiences at the outset of Holy Week (Sacrament of Reconciliation! SUCH a good thing), and the religious handmade gifts I picked out for the kids' Easter baskets. I LOVE supporting handmade sellers, and all of my recommendations are below! ***To subscribe to the audio ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/03/tea-time-with-tiffany-41-special-holy.html

USC Videos: The Role of Catholic Tradition UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - March 19, 2016 ... the wrong knee; when a volunteer amateur choir director puts in arduous hours preparing the chants for Sunday and you complain about the quality of the polyphony - I'm sorry, you are being too nit-picky. One interesting thing was that both Dave and I wanted to make sure the presentation of the argument for tradition was positive - that is, it was not centered on the problems with Vatican II or exclusively on abuses or papal scandal or things like that. It was to be centered on ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2016/03/usc-videos-role-of-catholic-tradition.html

The Big News! LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - March 15, 2016 OOOOOOO, it's all very exciting, people! I wrote yesterday about how I submitted the new podcast that I'm collaborating on with Cristina to iTunes, and that we were impatiently waiting for it to be approved and searchable within the iTunes store. Well... we're still waiting. :) Apparently, iTunes changed their process for podcast submissions last month, and while the manner in which you submit is much improved, there are still some bugs to be worked out, and the process ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/03/the-big-news.html

Of Saints, Socks, New Bibles & Podcast Foibles on This Lenten Monday... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - March 14, 2016 ... Notification." Them's fightin' words. :0 Is it just me, or is that subject line not even grammatically correct? #feelingmeanspirited At any rate, I panicked, read the message therein, and then lapsed quickly into confusion. I'm thinking that this is because the following characteristics apply to the email: Amount of helpful information: 0% Amount of outdated information: 100% Amount of dead or irrelevant links: 100% Amount of information with any level of specificity: 0% My mental state swung ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/03/of-saints-socks-new-bibles-podcast.html

On the Renunciations, Part 1 MONASTERY OF THE HOLY CROSS - March 11, 2016 ... reproduce and perhaps expand a bit on the talk. This first post will serve as an introduction, as well as an index for future posts (See the very bottom of this page to see an updated listing of the installments in this series.) The beautiful interior of St. Mary's, designed by Fr. Michael McInerney, OSB, from Belmont Abbey The organizer of the event suggested that I break my talk into three parts. Being of a neo-Medieval mindset, I immediately began to ask ...http://chicagomonk.org/about-us/the-priors-blog/on-the-renunciations-part-1/

[podcast] There Is No 'One Right Way' #009 DANIELLE BEAN - February 29, 2016 TO LISTEN Simply hit "play" above! or subscribe in iTunes or subscribe in Stitcher NOTES This week, we are talking about the temptation that exists, inside Catholic circles to discuss topics like breastfeeding, homeschooling, organic eating, etc. as if they are black-and-white Catholic moral issues, as if there is "one right way" to be a "good Catholic family." Well, HOGWASH! We need to be careful how we think about and ...http://daniellebean.com/podcast-there-is-no-one-right-way-009/