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It's "Worth Revisiting" Wednesday - The Eucharist and the Rosary - Our Spiritual Armament HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - May 27, 2015 ... an article I posted nearly two years ago. It seemed appropriate and timely to share it again.] There are two devotions close to my heart and vital for the future of our Church and for the salvation of our souls - The Eucharist and the Rosary. May we rediscover each day a deeper and more abiding reverence and love for the Blessed Sacrament. May we also use this month - one which the Church dedicates each year to the Blessed Mother - to experience and/or re-experience the power and efficacy of ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/05/itss-worth-revisiting-wednesday.html

Revisiting the Choir Stall of My Heart THE CLOISTERED HEART - May 20, 2015 ... silently enters the chapel and takes her place in a choir stall, a chair made exclusively to be a place of prayer. As the hours move on, Sister will come back and back to the choir stall. Mid-morning, afternoon, evening, just before bedtime: here she returns to chant praise, participate in Mass, pray with Scripture, meet hour after hour with God. Sister begins and continues and ends her day here. She answers the bell's call to prayer when she feels great and ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2015/05/revisiting-choir-stall-of-my-heart.html

7th Sunday of Easter - B GOD'S WORD TO US - May 16, 2015 ... them from the evil one." " Consecrate them in the truth" The verb "consecrate" can also be translated as "make [them] holy." [2] The first prayer demands trust on our part – that God keeps us from evil. In fact, we pray this every time we make the Lord's prayer our own, "deliver us from evil." Two attitudes are required on our part with the second prayer: humility and openness. Humility to acknowledge that holiness and ...http://godsword2us.blogspot.com/2015/05/7th-sunday-of-easter-b.html

I Grew Up Wealthy. Did You Know? THE BREADBOX LETTERS - May 13, 2015 http://thebreadboxletters.blogspot.com/2015/05/i-grew-up-wealthy-did-you-know.html

I Have Right Now THE BREADBOX LETTERS - May 6, 2015 veral years ago, I had what I would call an "awakening." Feeling that I'd given too little time to God over the course of my life, too little time to prayer, too much time to trivialities, I experienced a different reaction than I'd had to such thoughts in the past. Rather than my usual "woe is me, I've wasted too much time, I'll never 'make up for it..,'" I felt a gentle whisper of hope. If I could put it into a sentence, it was as if I sensed the words: "but you have right ...http://thebreadboxletters.blogspot.com/2015/05/i-have-right-now.html

"It's Worth Revisiting" Wednesday - Who Is St. Claude De La Colombiere? HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - May 6, 2015 ... St. Claude de la Colombiere was a 17th century Jesuit. He believed that one of "the most firmly established and consoling of the truths that have been revealed to us" is "that (apart from sin) nothing happens to us in life unless God wills it so." St. Claude became the spiritual director of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. He encouraged, supported and promoted her call to spread devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The saint was also a gifted spiritual writer, who has left a number of gems, ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/05/its-worth-revisiting-wednesday-who-is.html

I Am Partly Sorry THE BREADBOX LETTERS - April 29, 2015 ... Reconciled To You and Theology Is A Verb, where a great group of Catholic bloggers re-post favorite articles on "It's Worth Revisiting" ...http://thebreadboxletters.blogspot.com/2015/04/oh-my-god-i-am-partly-sorry.html

"It's Worth Revisiting" Wednesday - Jesus Speaks Not Only to St. Catherine of Siena but to Us HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - April 29, 2015 Thanks to the generosity and encouragement of Allison Gingras at Reconciled To You and Elizabeth Riordan at Theology Is A Verb , an ever-expanding group of Catholic bloggers take the time each week to re-post their favorite articles on the site they host: "It's Worth Revisiting" Wednesdays. Do yourself a favor- go there now (and every Wednesday) and let these authors bless and challenge you in your Faith journey. Since this is the feast day of the great Dominican Saint, ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/04/its-worth-revisiting-wednesday-jesus.html

Year B Fourth Sunday of Easter Καθολικός διάκονος - April 26, 2015 ... Throughout the universal Church, Good Shepherd Sunday is the World Day of Prayer for Vocations. Pope St John Paul II spoke and wrote a lot about vocations. He identified a primary, secondary, and, for some, a tertiary vocation. Vocation comes from the Latin verb vocare , meaning "to call." For Christians, a vocation is a divine call, meaning it is God- who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit- who issues the call. In Baptism God called us to live lives of holiness, ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/04/year-b-fourth-sunday-of-easter.html

WDTPRS 5th Sunday of Lent: His Love Lives and Works in and Through Us FR. Z'S BLOG - March 21, 2015 ... the Church, are on a journey with the Lord, the Head of the Church, toward Jerusalem: the Jerusalem of our own passion and the new Jerusalem of our Resurrection. Christ made this journey so that we could make it and be saved in it. OBSOLETE ICEL (1973) : Father, help us to be like Christ your Son, who loved the world and died for our salvation. Inspire us by his example, who lives and reigns…. In the bad old days, ICEL regularly reduced phrases like Domine Deus noster to the stark ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/tNkZ22PkCQ4/

Newspaper Column, the Path to Contemplation PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - March 19, 2015 Last week I gave an example of a prayer experience I had while I was an atheist. This may seem strange to many of you, but I think it shows the nature of God and who He is. God gives unconditionally. There is nothing we can do to earn His gifts. He is always pursuing us. And so this deep experience was given to me at a time when I did not know Him. I did not believe in prayer and yet it was given. Just like any other gift given to someone who may not ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2015/03/newspaper-column-path-to-contemplation.html

"It's Worth Revisiting" Wednesday - Holy Priests and Zeal for Salvation of Souls or Political Activism and Social Justic HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - March 18, 2015 ... post with you. We must love our priests and prayerfully support them. Holy Priests and Zeal For Salvation of Souls or Political Activism and Social Justice Programs? What Did St. John Marie Vianney Think? (Originally posted August 4, 2012) The feast day for St. John Marie Vianney should garner more attention than it does or will. What a shame! Here is what I wrote last year on this occasion. I frequently write urging prayers for our priests, prayers for more holy priests, prayers for priests ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/03/its-worth-revisiting-wednesday-holy.html

Marian Consecration Reflections ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - March 10, 2015 ... third time making consecration and I have used a couple of different books to do it. This year, I went back to my favorite, 33 Days to Morning Glory by Fr. Michael Gaitley . Before we get ahead of ourselves though, what is Marian Consecration anyway? Read more at Filling My Prayer Closet and if you are making consecration now, consider linking up your post ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2015/03/marian-consecration-reflections.html

"It's Worth Revisiting" Wednesday -"How Much Do YOU Love God? HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - March 4, 2015 ... Live God? (Originally posted July 15, 2012) Too often we have taken God for granted. So sometimes He asks others "to shake things up." Today may be one of those days. Here is a question worth pondering now and in the days to come: "What if God loved you only as much as you loved Him?" (Father Francis Hudson, S.C.J.) Have you ever loved someone so much that you could hardly wait to hear from them, to speak with them and to see them? How often have you looked forward to a visit from someone you ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/03/its-worth-revisiting-wednesday-how-much.html

Shrove Tuesday ARE WE THERE YET? - February 17, 2015 Shrove: past tense of "shrive" shrive [ shrahyv ] verb (used with object), shrove or shrived, shriv·en or shrived, shriv·ing. 1. to impose penance on (a sinner). 2. to grant absolution to (a penitent). 3. to hear the confession of (a person). verb (used without object), shrove or shrived, shriv·en or shrived, shriv·ing. Archaic. 4. to hear confessions. 5. to go to or make confession; confess one's sins, as to a priest. Origin: before ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2014/03/shrove-tuesday.html

The Legend of St Agatha NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 5, 2015 ... powers of the air, so that hearing this bell they may tremble and flee before the standard of the holy cross of Thy Son…(Pontificale Romanum) The inscription of St Agatha on a bell in the Italian city of Laurino. This may derive from the tradition that St Agatha repeatedly delivered the city of Catania where she was martyred from the dangers posed by the eruption of Mt Etna, which is also referred in the Golden Legend. When a year had passed, around the day of (Agatha's) birth into ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/XpJyVTkLt5k/the-legend-of-st-agatha.html

WDTPRS Septuagesima Sunday: Strength in Time of Oppression FR. Z'S BLOG - February 1, 2015 ... accessory idea of need, to ask for something needed; to need, want, lack, miss, be in want of, require (synonym: desidero )". Think of how it is used in Ps. 26(27),4: "One thing I have asked of the Lord, this will I seek after ( unum petivi a Domino hoc requiram ); that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life." Quaero is another verb for "to seek", as well as "to think over, meditate, aim at, plan a thing." The first meaning of the verb ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/aW4ZtmnHFlk/