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Palm Sunday IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - March 25, 2015 ... Week, choices are far beyond our control. Good spirits combat evil ones that vie for the souls of the faithful ones. Triumph becomes failure. Darkness encroaches upon the forces of light as the Prince of this world claims momentary victory. The orderliness and the planning of the Passover meal erupt into disorder when Jesus changes the meal's rituals. Promises of enduring, steadfast fidelity are broken soon after the dinner ends. Most notably, ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/03/palm-sunday.html
Richard III Is Laid to Rest at Last TEA AT TRIANON - March 23, 2015 ... Duchess of Gloucester Procession through Leicester The King's coffin is strewn with white roses for the House of York The King's Guard Here are some phenomenal photos of the funeral of Richard III, the last Plantagenet King of England : Some threw Yorkist white roses on the passing coffin. Strange shades of the funeral procession of Princess Diana in 1997. The atmosphere was, of course, wholly different. And yet, this was an event which could ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/03/richard-iii-is-laid-to-rest-at-last.html
Part Three: My Mother-In-Law Carol's Conversion Story LITTLE CATHOLIC BUBBLE - January 8, 2015 ... will read to the end. The spiritual lessons that Carol taught are the most important part of her story. And at the bottom, there is a giveaway offer that I know would make Carol very happy. By now you might detect a certain theme in this conversion story: No one really moved to help Carol as she moved toward God and the Church. In fact, nearly six months after her visit, she told me she was unsure of how my husband felt about her future ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/LittleCatholicBubble/~3/lR6J3o468NE/part-three-my-mother-in-law-carols.html
About St. Francis De Sales BLOG BY-THE-SEA - December 4, 2014 ... 18, 1593, he was ordained a priest, and he was soon provost of the Geneva chapter. Geneva was then much influenced by Calvinism. Churches had been destroyed, crosses and castles had been burned. Few Catholics remained. "We must regain Geneva," he said. "We must bring down the walls of Geneva with charity." In 1595, he wrote a series of Meditations , posted copies in public places, and slid them under people's doors. Yet, as he described it himself, he was practically preaching to bare walls. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blog-by-the-sea/~3/yh2yKKiuAhc/about_st_franci.html