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From the Press Office SCELATA - February 28, 2015 I'd like to clarify some remarks made yesterday by....http://scelata.blogspot.com/2015/02/from-press-office.html

Snow Day AND SOMETIMES TEA - February 28, 2015 And this is why I didn't blog yesterday. :) Celebrating Thad's birthday quietly at home today, as the roads are still rather difficult. See you Monday!http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2015/02/snow-day.html

New Record Lows Set in Springfield, Illinois SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 28, 2015 According to the National Weather Service, two new record low temperatures were recorded yesterday in Springfield , Illinois: A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF -14 DEGREES WAS SET AT SPRINGFIELD ON FRIDAY. THIS BROKE THE OLD RECORD OF -3 SET IN 1888 AND 1934...AND WAS THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OBSERVED IN SPRINGFIELD IN 11 YEARS... SINCE A -14 DEGREE LOW OCCURRED ON JANUARY 30-31 OF 2004. IT IS ALSO THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE EVER OBSERVED SO LATE IN THE SEASON. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/CDyxyKO5KJo/new-record-lows-set-in-springfield.html

A Goodbye A WOMAN'S PLACE... - February 28, 2015 ... head, too many words perhaps. Not today though. I got a call last night that my nephew Nick had been killed in a car accident yesterday morning and that my beautiful sister, who should be busy planning her wedding in the coming months, will be burying her clever, handsome, funny, second born son. Your prayers are greatly appreciated, especially for my sister and nephews and niece as the family grieves this great loss. A memorial fund has also been set up here. Eternal rest ...http://awomansplaceis.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-goodbye.html

Observations – Saturday, February 28, 2014 KEEPING THE FAITH - February 28, 2015 The snow is beautiful, but dang, what a mess!! I'm trapped away from home – thank goodness there's a hotel close to my office. With all the wrecks between work and home yesterday, I chose NOT to make the multi hour trip home and stayed the night. I was hoping it would clear this morning, but I just watched a bus slide into a row of cars. Lovely. The Pea family owns a herd of teeny hybrid cars that weigh nothing and have low profile, ...http://angelapea.com/2015/02/28/observations-saturday-february-28-2014/

Priorities.... CHOCOLATE FOR YOUR BRAIN! - February 27, 2015 No one is so efficient as the person who would get work done if only. Today, I sit thinking how clean the house would be if even one of my three vacuum cleaners were working, but there's a broom and it sits in the closet next to the dust pan saying, "Hello?" Have I fished them out and begun sweeping? What are you crazy? Yesterday I lamented about not being able to write as I don't have ahttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ChocolateForYourBrain/~3/hZNRr5if9zk/priorities.html

Five Things to Remember on Feb. 27 USCCB BLOG - February 27, 2015 1. In case you missed it, Bishop John Wester said of the FCC vote on Net Neutrality yesterday, "The Internet is a critical medium for religious speech. Radio, broadcast television and cable television are, in large part, closed to noncommercial religious messages," said Bishop Wester, who chairs the Communications Committee of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). "From the inceptionhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UsccbMediaBlog/~3/DYVjdmNwuWc/five-things-to-remember-on-feb-27.html

Priceless Food THOUGHTS ALONG THE JOURNEY - February 27, 2015 Today's passage is the entire chapter of Isaiah 55 . It's a lengthy passage, even though it's only 13 verses. Click the link above, and you will be able to read the entire chapter. Just a few thoughts from this amazing portion of Scripture: If we come to Him, listen to Him, call upon Him, forsake our sins, and return to Him... Our souls will live (v. 3). We will be partakers of His everlasting covenant (v. 3). We will experience His mercy (v. 7). His word will accomplish ...http://journeythoughts.blogspot.com/2015/02/priceless-food.html

...at Paddington Station... AUNTIE JOANNA WRITES - February 27, 2015 ... cheerful and friendly place where we meet are delightful, and know us well, asking us how the book/TV/whatever projects are going, and keeping us supplied with pots of ...http://joannabogle.blogspot.com/2015/02/at-paddington-station.html

Encountering the Mystery Is Here GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - February 27, 2015 Greetings to all on this Lenten Friday. Excitement erupted yesterday here at WLP when Fr. Ed Foley's new DVD series arrived, Encountering the Mystery: An Overview of Eucharistic Theology . I think this is a wonderful 4-Disc set. Fr. Ed was my faculty advisor at Catholic Theological Union here in Chicago as I worked my way through earning the Doctor of Ministry in the 1990's. I took a few courses with him and always found his style engaging, erudite, ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2015/02/encountering-mystery-is-here.html

Random, Unpolished Tidbits, Thrown Together on a Friday Morning KATHLEEN M. BASI - February 27, 2015 Random, unconnected cute picture. Sensing a theme? (because this is one of those weeks when polished, focused blog posts just ain't happenin', folks.) 1. The universe is unfair. When my kids get the stomach virus, they wake up in the middle of the night and then they go back to sleep, and come morning they're raring to go: lightsaber duels and the whole works, and a whole day off school! Me? I throw up and I feel horrible for half the next day, and yet I ...http://kathleenbasi.com/2015/02/27/random-tidbits-3/

Saint Walburga Feast 2015 ANA BRAGA-HENEBRY'S JOURNAL - February 26, 2015 It happened yesterday and today the abbey's website has the photos! It is so easy to spot Sister Marta Braga OSB as she has the white veil!http://anabragahenebrysjournal.blogspot.com/2015/02/saint-walburga-feast-2015.html

Thursday of the First Week of Lent RECTA RATIO - February 26, 2015 Station Church: S. Lorenzo in Panisperna Today is not an Ember Day (but yesterday, tomorrow, and Saturday are). From The Passion And Death Of Jesus Christ, by Saint Alphonsus de Liguori: My dearest Jesus, it does indeed afflict me to see Thee dying with such dreadful sufferings upon an ignominious tree. But at the same time, I am greatly consoled and inflamed with love for Thee, when Ihttp://rectaratio.blogspot.com/2015_02_22_archive.html#799904890413644299

Still Sickly, but Who Can Sleep? Hence, Lots of Knitting and Reading Going On... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - February 26, 2015 ... be a shorter post today since I feel like a stiff breeze could blow me right over. :) I just have a cold, it's not the end of the world, but MAN is it hanging on. My energy is just depleted, and I feel like all I want to do is curl up in bed. In fact, I did just that yesterday afternoon, which is always the true sign of me feeling poorly. I took the day off yesterday to attend Mass at Henry's ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2015/02/still-sickly-but-who-can-sleep-hence.html

Jesus' Name Is Mercy Pt. II THE MARCO MINUTE - February 26, 2015 I wrote this about 2 years ago. Still I find its message relevant especially given the fact I wrote about this subject in yesterday's post. I struggle often times with discouragement. I have found that discouragement has followed me throughout most of my life.I find it hard to be hopeful and optimistic. It seems that each time that I make a resolution or a commitment to improve myself something gets in the way of my being able to fulfill my commitments. Often times ...http://marcominute.blogspot.com/2015/02/jesus-name-is-mercy-pt-ii.html

Five Things to Remember on Feb. 25 USCCB BLOG - February 25, 2015 1. How's your Lenten journey going so far? Use our calendar to help keep you on track. 2. Pope Francis and the Roman curia are discussing superficial religiosity during their spiritual retreat. 3. In case you missed it yesterday, the USCCB spoke out about the vital need to protect religious minorities in the Middle East in the wake of horrific violence recently. 4. The bishops are concernedhttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UsccbMediaBlog/~3/Lt_VFveh_GU/five-things-to-remember-on-feb-25.html

Out of Pride and Into Humility: A Lenten Meditation on a Teaching by St. Bernard of Clairvaux ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON - February 25, 2015 In yesterday's post, we considered the twelve steps of pride set forth by St. Bernard of Clairvaux. In escalating ways, the twelve steps draw us to an increasingly mountainous and enslaving pride. St. Bernard also enumerates the twelve steps to deeper humility (I am using the list from Vultus Dei HERE) and it is these that we consider […]http://blog.adw.org/2015/02/out-of-pride-and-into-humility-a-lenten-meditation-based-on-a-teach-by-st-bernard-of-clairvaux/

Not Much to Say for This Wednesday Hodgepodge LIFE IN A SMALL TOWN - February 25, 2015 ... question was posed by Carrie who blogs over at It's Not Easy Being Queen . Thanks Carrie! I have never gone to the movie alone, but I don't think I would mind it at all. Dinner in a restaurant? A little uncomfortable, I would think. 3. What's the last home repair or home improvement project you had to pay someone to complete? In hindsight was this a project you could have done yourself? Off the top of my head, I would say it was the master bath that CH surprised me with a ...http://mary-lifeinasmalltown.blogspot.com/2015/02/not-much-to-say-for-this-wednesday.html

Lessons From Snow: A Mixed Blessing ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - February 25, 2015 Now that Boston is buried under more than 100 inches of snow and my Cleveland driveway is coated with it yet again, I decided to reflect on snow. A good snowfall is one human experience that Jesus never had since he lived in a desert climate. The most he probably ever knew of snow was seeing snow-capped Mount Hermon in the distance. But yesterday ten inches of snow fell in Jerusalem—a rarity! To me the most ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2015/02/lessons-from-snow-mixed-blessing.html

Terror Continues for Syria's Christians ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - February 24, 2015 Fears are growing for the safety of more than 100 people taken captive yesterday (Tuesday 24th February) as the extremist group Islamic State seized Christian villages in Hassake governorate, north-east Syria. Archimandrite Emanuel Youkhana, who works in support of persecuted Christians in the region, received a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/NAEJj_yz5mw/terror-continues-for-syria-s-christians

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