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Frenetic First Day of Classes... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - August 26, 2014 Happy Tuesday everybody! Tuesday of the 21st week of Ordinary Time, to be exact. No saint on the liturgical calendar today (bummer), but today is the conclusion to the St. Monica novena, as her feast day is tomorrow! If you have any loved ones who have strayed from the faith, St. Monica is your go-to gal. Ask for her intercession. I have really enjoyed this novena, and currently have materials in my Fusion Beads cart to make her chaplet . *beams* But ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/08/frenetic-first-day-of-classes.html

This Week in Madonna House - August 16-22 TEN THOUSAND PLACES - August 23, 2014 ... too. Ordinary does not mean inactive or unbusy, but simply that we are quietly attending to what needs attending to. I realize that this column has started to read like the farm report lately, but that is the simple fact of life for MH at this time of year. Our food for the winter hinges on the labor being done by our farmers and food processors at St. Benedict's Acres, our community farm, and in late August and onwards, that means it is the ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/08/this-week-in-madonna-house-august-16-22.html

Waiting a Quarter Century for THIS Doctor Who FRESHLY PRESSED: EDITORS' PICKS - August 22, 2014 ... be a more relevant and interesting story to watch! There was briefly a sixth reincarnation (Mr. Colors), who seemed to be more off the air than on (making for great "catch up" opportunities of older Doctor Who episodes). The Trial of a Time Lord finally arrived and seemed positively terrifying to the boy, on the worry it looked to be the end of The Doctor and his amazing adventures. By the mid-80s, the seventh version offered a fresh and reinvigorated start ...http://levelwhimsicality.wordpress.com/2014/08/22/on-the-whim-waiting-a-quarter-century-for-this-doctor-who/

Reflections on the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time With Small Children in Tow... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - August 18, 2014 ... for me with classes starting next week, prep work heating up for Mike since he will start teaching (a record 6 classes) again next week, and a minor health crisis with my father-in-law. And the children. Well, let me correct that. Henry really isn't the problem. :0 It's *our daughter*, but we'll come back to that in a moment. Friday and Saturday were just really long days, chock full of summer activities. While fun, I was feeling a bit drained by Sunday. So, let's talk about ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/08/reflections-on-20th-sunday-in-ordinary.html

An Ordinary's Not So Ordinary Life, Chapter Thirteen ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - August 16, 2014 !!!! The Church of the Nativity, Hollywood, Florida Interior of the church as it appears today; it underwent a remodeling in 2000 About the time that I was appointed Pastor of Saint Ann Parish in 1966 the Pastor of the Church of the Nativity in Hollywood, Florida, applied to Bishop Carroll for permission to build a church for the Parish. Up until that time the Parish had been worshiping in the Parish school building using three classrooms. The Bishop ...http://abyssum.org/2014/08/16/an-ordinarys-not-so-ordinary-life-chapter-thirteen/

Nineteenth Saturday in Ordinary Time LIVING SCRIPTURE - August 15, 2014 ... the ancients "to complain that they were being punished for their ancestors' sins" (p. 1178). Contrary to tradition, the reading asserts that the sins of the fathers should not be visited upon their children, nor, I assume, should parents always be blamed when their children fail. Each person is responsible for his or her own actions. Ezekiel quotes the Lord, "Therefore I will judge you . . . each one according to his ways." If each person is "virtuous" and avoids sin, then ...http://livingscripture.wordpress.com/2014/08/16/nineteenth-saturday-in-ordinary-time/

The Pax Americana is dead. The only good thing is that we get to see ... LEX COMMUNIS - August 12, 2014 ... boots on the ground that could rout the ISIL forces in a short fraction of that time. It is hard to know how many people will starve or be killed in the interim. But we do know that tens of thousands of people have already been forced from their homes, some of whom have already lost their lives while the President dithered because he wanted the Iraqi government to repair its own internal relations. Half measures do not a great President make. A record as dismal as Obama's ...http://peterseanesq.blogspot.com/2014/08/the-pax-americana-is-dead.html

God Is Not a Trained Monkey (or: Recognizing the Voice of God) SO MUCH TO SAY, SO LITTLE TIME - August 11, 2014 ... are times when God speaks in a thunderclap or a burning bush–proverbial or otherwise. The vast majority of the time, though, God's voice speaks from within, through the utterly ordinary stuff of life. But you only recognize it if you've invested the time to listen to the silence that makes the connection in the first ...http://kathleenbasi.com/2014/08/11/god-is-not-a-trained-monkey/

Nineteeneth Sunday in Ordinary Time - 2014. A Reflection on the Gospel Reading FROM ST. ANTHONY'S WALNUT TREE - August 10, 2014 ... walking on the sea." (Matt 14) A long time ago, when I was a very, very young child; my father and uncle took one of my brothers, and I, ocean fishing. Our craft was a mid-size wooden boat with an outboard engine, which to us looked like a small yacht. We sailed into the ocean off of Lynn, MA, and fished most of the morning. Suddenly, a squall came upon us, with heavy rains and wind. The sea, that had been very calm, now was full of huge waves. The adults ...http://stanthonyswalnuttree.blogspot.com/2014/08/nineteeneth-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

Nineteenth Monday in Ordinary Time LIVING SCRIPTURE - August 10, 2014 ... than silence. Respectful silence is always better than inconsiderate words. So Jesus appears to drop the subject. And then comes the "fish story" without any apparent connection with what precedes it, except perhaps Jesus' own remark: that we may not offend them . The tension was bad enough already and his hour had not yet come. So why precipitate events? Maybe we do not have all that much to learn from the "fish story" itself, but we can certainly learn from the preceding exchange. We need to ...http://livingscripture.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/nineteenth-monday-in-ordinary-time/

Homily for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2014 BIG C CATHOLICS - August 9, 2014 Fr. René J. Butler, M.S. Director, La Salette Shrine Enfield, NH Let's start today with an informal survey about Scripture. Of the following two prophecies from Isaiah, which one do you like better: "Can a mother forget her infant, be without tenderness for the child of her womb? Even should she forget, I will never forget you;" or: "Woe unto them that call evil good and good evil"?http://www.bigccatholics.com/2014/08/homily-for-19th-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS - August 9, 2014 ... in a different manner. In my sins I can look solely to my guilt, and risk despair. When I could, and should, simply look to Jesus, tell Him I am sorry, tell Him I resolve not to sin again, and have Him forgive me. He lifts me from the mire of my sins, and my guilt is left behind. Third, and finally, there are those storms in my life that come from a source a simply do not know. And about these I never really understand. I can wonder why The Lord allows it, just as the apostles ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2014/08/19th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-year-a.html

Salvation From the Eye of the Storm THE WORD FOR THE WORLD - August 8, 2014 19TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - A Matthew 14:22-33 In November 8, 2013 the Philippines was ravaged by Haiyan which was the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded in human history. The devastation was massive: six thousand died and over ten million people lost their homes and properties. What could have been the feeling of those people who were in the midst of such horrendous situation? And more importantly, why did God let it happen just like the many ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/KJEIY/~3/FSDco22tXRc/salvation-from-eyes-of-storm.html

Celebrating Holy Days SCELATA - August 7, 2014 ... "stay-cations," an inelegant neo-logism but an idea whose time has come, are more feasible for any struggling with pecuniary matters. SO... Why not make Holy Days, holidays? Imagine celebrating next Friday by getting up before dawn and going out somewhere beautiful, or at least unusual to watch the sun rise? and then going with your family to whatever is the earliest Mass around? perhaps at a Church to which you've never been before, and will have new windows and statues and ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2014/08/celebrating-holy-days.html

Helping Children Behave During Long, Boring, Hot August ARE WE THERE YET? - August 6, 2014 ... every day, and a lack of structure leaves everyone at loose ends, ready for bad moods. By August, all summer novelty has worn off and the whole crew is ready to mutiny. What's a mom to do? Here's my answer: DELEGATE! Though a certain amount of planning on your part is important, don't fool yourself into thinking it's all up to you to keep everyone happy all summer long. Unless your children are all still toddlers and infants (in which case this is a season of your life when ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2014/08/helping-children-behave-during-long.html

Did the Catholic Church Try to Suppress the Bible? SHAMELESS POPERY - August 5, 2014 ... Reformation, the Catholic Church was suppressing Sacred Scripture, and trying to keep it (and the Gospel) out of the hands of ordinary believers. I. The Accusation The standard objection goes something like this: the Reformation was necessary because the Catholic Church had all sorts of unbiblical doctrines; and it took years for people to know this, because the Church prohibited people from reading the Bible to find out what it really said. To keep people from comparing ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/08/did-catholic-church-try-to-suppress.html

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS - August 2, 2014 ... recounting how, in his various trials, and the difficulties of those he was writing to, that "Nothing can come between us and the love of Christ"(Rom 8:35), and he made a further point that I want to elaborate on: He referred to the "love of God made VISIBLE in Christ Jesus"(Rom 8:39) -this is the point, something has been made VISIBLE in Jesus, something that shows that God cares. Let me make a contrast: The Ancient Greek philosophers of Athens taught about what God was like, about His ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2014/08/18th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-year-a.html

Seventeenth Saturday in Ordinary Time LIVING SCRIPTURE - August 1, 2014 ... isn't it? When the Lord tells us that what we're witnessing is wrong and must be corrected, we often feel that it's not our place to speak on the Lord's behalf; that someone else will surely come along and take care of things. I know there are times when the Lord tells me to speak up when I see something happening that's wrong, and instead of acting and doing as the Lord tells me, I stay silent fearful that I will be chastised for saying ...http://livingscripture.wordpress.com/2014/08/02/seventeenth-saturday-in-ordinary-time/

It's a Terrible Thought: Dying Excommunicated… FR. Z'S BLOG - July 30, 2014 ... God's loving mercy. Secondly, excommunication is not a sentence to Hell. Excommunication means that you may not receive the sacraments. But think about how much harder it is to get to heaven without the sacraments! The sacraments are the ordinary means of our salvation. Christ Himself willed that we receive sacraments. He gave them to us. When you are excommunicated, you cannot receive Communion or go to confession. How much harder is it to reach Heaven ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/3oGGjCTCXG0/

Christ Is the Treasure Hidden in the Field INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - July 26, 2014 ... [WikiArt.org] A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for July 27, 2014 Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Carl E. Olson Readings : • 1 Kngs 3:5, 7-12 • Psa 119:57, 72, 76-77, 127-128, 129-130 • Rom 8:28-30 • Mt 13:44-52 How good are you and I at recognizing something that is valuable, even priceless? That question captures some of what the final three parables in Matthew 13 are meant to impress upon readers. These parables are all ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/07/christ-is-the-treasure-hidden-in-the-field.html

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