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Coldwater Creek Closing Hits Close to Home... ADRIENNE'S CORNER - April 23, 2014 is it because the middle class is dying? Maybe, maybe not. There is no doubt that the middle class is having an economically harder time. Yet many bloggers are declaring the closing of Coldwater Creek, based in Sandpoint, Idaho, is completely the fault of the economy. Since Sandpoint is about an hour's drive from my home, allow me to present another scenario. Sandpoint, Idaho Sandpoint is a lovely little touristy town in North Idaho on the banks of the beautiful Lake ...http://adriennescatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2014/04/coldwater-creek-closing-hits-close-to.html

Palm Sunday. THE CITY AND THE WORLD - April 13, 2014 ... combination of the two, Palm Sunday falls on today's date this year. Palm Sunday marks the start of Holy Week, which can be a very busy period for clergy and for laypeople who are particularly active in parish life. Holy Week will be a bit busier and a bit sadder for members of my Toronto-area parish this year; because our church recently burned down , we will be celebrating the services of Holy Week in borrowed and temporary spaces and must contend with the logistical ...http://jesuitjoe.blogspot.com/2014/04/palm-sunday.html

A Trusting Lamb YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - April 5, 2014 Saturday of the Fourth Week in Ordinary Time Yet I, like a trusting lamb led to slaughter, had not realized that they were hatching plots against me: "Let us destroy the tree in its vigor; let us cut him off from the land of the living, so that his name will be spoken no more." Jeremiah 11:19 Nicodemus, one of their members who had come to him earlier, said to them, "Does our law condemn a man before it first hears him and finds out what he ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-trusting-lamb.html

On the Queen and I THE PORT STANDS AT YOUR ELBOW - March 23, 2014 ... these here not only for your amusement but also a) as source material in case I ever decide to start writing fantasy fiction, and b) as diagnostic aides when the nice men in white coats come to put me in a padded cell. Anyhoo, in this one I found myself serving as an acolyte to a royal coronation/wedding. The first thing I remember is bustling about a cathedral making sure things were in their proper places. Among other people doing the same thing, I spotted ...http://tpsaye.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/on-the-queen-and-i/

Preemptive Hand-Wringing Over Ecclesiastical Ticking Time Bombs AND SOMETIMES TEA - March 17, 2014 ... know the Archbolds personally, and I'm not engaging in any sort of armchair psychoanalysis. But how exactly does one react to a post like Patrick's from today, titled In Case of Schism, Break Glass ? Excerpt : Say, for the sake of hypothetical but plausible example, the outcome of the Synod on the Family on the question of admission of divorced and remarried to communion follows the suggestions of Papal advisers Cardinals Marx and Kasper. That the remarried are admitted to ...http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2014/03/preemptive-hand-wringing-over.html

The Living Page – Discussion 5 WILDFLOWERS AND MARBLES - March 12, 2014 ... through the habit of attention, we see it. We don't look past. So we narrate it – in whatever way we choose. Perhaps silently, interiorly {this is a habit CM alludes to and I might not have believed it except that my 12th grader now regularly lets me know that she narrates her reading silently – to herself.} Perhaps we narrate aloud. Perhaps as an illustration. Or perhaps in the form of the notebook. Keeping . Mason's notebooks invite the noticing and attending. {p. 64} In ...http://wildflowersandmarbles.com/2014/03/12/the-living-page-discussion-5/

I Have a Little List... THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - March 9, 2014 ... would cease to publicly write and speak in such manner that gives scandal to ordinary Catholics who believe the Catholic Faith, whole and entire, to be revealed by God and who believe that error and heresy is to be opposed for the good of souls. Yet for some reason, those who propose ideas that create division and scandal and who harm the faith of the little ones are allowed to roam around parishes and Dioceses in order to allow their personal designs on the One True Faith to ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2014/03/i-have-little-list.html

Why Do the Poor Make Us Feel Uncomfortable? CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - March 8, 2014 ... from the community would beg for food. They would not be turned away even though it was giving them some cold rice. It was unheard of that anyone would die of hunger or freeze to death. Sharing was one of our values and compassion was shown to those having difficulty making their way in life. How is it today? To start with, we don't even know our neighbors. Not too long ago, we considered that near-neighbors were better to have around than distant cousins, but today we are ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2014/03/why-do-poor-make-us-feel-uncomfortable.html

Don't Leave Before the End QUANTUM THEOLOGY - March 4, 2014 We're so busy watching out for what's just ahead of us that we don't take time to enjoy where we are. — Bill Watterson I ate lunch with George Aschenbrenner SJ last week, and when all the Lenten links started to pour into my Facebook feed and inbox, I remembered a piece of his advice that a long ago retreat director had passed along to a group of us in mid-retreat: Don't start packing up until it's time to leave. ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2014/03/dont-leave-before-end.html

Happy Mardi Gras: Eat, Drink and Be Merry... For Tomorrow We Fast SOUTHERN FRIED CATHOLICISM - March 4, 2014 ... Christmas/Epiphany Season and the start of Lent. This short period of time which we Catholics currently (perhaps confusingly) call "Ordinary Time," is one of two periods on the Church calendar that uses this name (the other period stretches from the day after Trinity Sunday until the start of Advent). Until the introduction of our current calendar in 1970, this current period of Ordinary ...http://www.southernfriedcatholicism.com/2014/03/happy-mardi-gras-eat-drink-and-be-merry.html

SHOCKING Byzantine Catholic Secrets! FEAR NOT LITTLE FLOCK - March 4, 2014 ... Mardi Gras, we are deep into the thick of things. We start two days early so that Annunciation and the Saturday of Lazarus (day before Palm Sunday) are not calculated into the Fast. Sunday Liturgies are even longer during the Great Fast. Depending on your priest, you won't know what is holding him up. He is just really slow during Lent. No- he is praying the Divine Liturgy of St Basil instead of the usual St John Chrysostom.This Divine Liturgy has longer silent prayers. Some ...http://remnantofremnant.blogspot.com/2014/03/shocking-byzantine-catholic-secrets.html

Giving Up Vatican II for Lent? ST. JOSEPH'S VANGUARD - March 4, 2014 Blessed Pope Pius IX A facebook friend became disturbed when I shared the video that Pope Francis sent to a Protestant conference that included a friend of the pope's. She wrote: These charismatics [Protestants] are worshiping a spirit that is NOT of God. And the Pope asks for manifest heretics to pray for him? Their prayers can only effect their own conversions, but no one else's as they are not in the Mystical Body. "I will not pray with your your prayer, nor will you ...http://www.devinrose.heroicvirtuecreations.com/blog/2014/03/04/giving-up-vatican-ii-for-lent/

A Little Something Extra...Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - March 2, 2014 Priorities and Trust Lent starts this coming week, but today's Gospel from Matthew 6:24-34 invites us to start getting ready right now by examining our priorities and our level of trust in God. Let's take a closer look. Jesus begins with a warning: "No one can serve two masters. He will either hate one and love the other, or be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon." What is mammon? Some translations simplify the word and use "money" in ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2014/03/a-little-something-extraeighth-sunday.html

Stop Worrying, Start Living! THE WORD FOR THE WORLD - February 28, 2014 8 TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME – A Matthew 6:24-34 Because we were born into an anxiety-driven world, we have to grapple with the attacks of stress every moment of our lives. We worry about almost everything including the fact that we worry about our worrying. How do we stop then from worrying and start living? In an attempt to cope with anxiety, many have set up multi-billion dollar empires and businesses offering us medicines and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/KJEIY/~3/_2ixJJJz8WQ/stop-worrying-start-living.html

QUAERITUR: What to Do About People Being Late for Mass? FR. Z'S BLOG - February 28, 2014 ... mass . The majority of those that are late generally arrive within the time frame of the First Reading to the Psalm . Of course, this is terribly distracting to those of us that arrived on time, as ushers scatter up and down the aisles directing traffic like a NYC cop at rush hour. Naturally, lateness to Mass is not a new occurence. Perhaps the percentage of those arriving late is not even much different than at my previous parish and I had just grown so ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/YXlNfFk44UA/

Elite Criteria and Ordinary People DARWINCATHOLIC - February 28, 2014 ... well-to-do Ivy League alumnus—is careful to clarify that it is the "high-achieving" poor student that Yale desires. Like most elite universities, Yale has a very specific view of what that means: high GPAs in "demanding" high schools and extraordinary character-defining extra-curricular activities. By the time I applied to Yale, I had been groomed as a scholarship student in majority-affluent feeder schools to succeed in conditions that guaranteed healthy GPAs. My ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2014/02/elite-criteria-and-ordinary-people.html

Sexagesima Sunday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - February 23, 2014 Scott Richert discusses the significance . To quote: Sexagesima Sunday is the second Sunday before the start of Lent, which makes it the eighth Sunday before Easter . Traditionally, it was the second of three Sundays ( Septuagesima is the first and Quinquagesima is the third) of preparation for Lent. Sexagesima literally means "sixtieth," though it only falls 56 days before Easter. It most likely takes its name from Quinquagesima Sunday , which is 49 days before Easter, or ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2014/02/sexagesima-sunday.html

RoMANce: Looking for Creative Ways to Love My Husband CATHOLICMOM.COM - February 20, 2014 When my husband and I were preparing for marriage, friends warned us that while we might think the first year of marriage is the most difficult, for many couples, it's actually the second. I'm beginning to think there is some truth to this theory, as I've noticed that this year, things that were once so new and exciting are becoming ordinary, and the things we once found charming about the other…are no longer quite as charming. At the new year I took ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Catholicmomcom/~3/eRgqKnIAMKE/

February 19, 2014 - Wednesday of the Sixth Week in Ordinary Time DAILY HOMILIES - February 19, 2014 James 1:19-27 Psalm 15:2-5 Mark 8:22-26 St. James tells us to be quick to hear and slow to speak. This is very good advice. When someone else speaks, listening is an act of great humility. To listen to someone else is the best way to tell them that they are important, important enough to listen to. But we do not only listen for the sake of the other person, for their feelings or so that they will think well of us. If we did that, we would be hypocrites. We listen because ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DailyHomilies/~3/R2UX7taDvyE/february-19-2014-wednesday-of-sixth.html

A Little Something Extra...Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - February 16, 2014 ... has to say. Blessed are they whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the LORD. Blessed are they who observe His decrees, who seek Him with all their heart. The law of the Lord is a sure path. Those who walk on that path are blessed and happy. Those who keep God's decrees and seek Him with their whole heart are also blessed and happy. So the law brings happiness because it puts people in a right relationship with God. It draws them closer to Him. It places them on the path that He has ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2014/02/a-little-something-extrasixth-sunday-in.html

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