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Pray Stations of the Cross Like You Were There CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - March 21, 2017 How to pray the Stations of the Cross as if you were therehttp://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2017/03/pray-stations-of-cross-like-you-were.html

"Maybe They'd Tell You What I Would Say" Καθολικός διάκονος - March 17, 2017 ... from Guardini's reflection was this: "The hour of Gethsemane is inexhaustible. We must draw from it as much as our hearts can hold" ( The Rosary of Our Lady 101). Our tradito for this St. Patrick's Day is U2's "Bad" off their truly unforgettable album The Unforgettable Fire . Either this or a "A Sort of Homecoming" is my favorite song off this album. The Unforgettable Fire is my favorite U2 album, followed by "All That You Can't Leave Behind." I picked a live version of "Bad" ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/03/maybe-theyd-tell-you-what-i-would-say.html

10 Minute Daily Retreat- 1st Station (Scriptural) of the Cross: Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - March 12, 2017 The 10 Minute Daily Retreat will focus on the Scriptural Stations of the Cross during Lent, posting on Sundays and Fridays, and each day during Holy Week. Let us stay awake together because we all know that "that our spirit is willing, but our flesh is weak." Matthew 26: 41 Jesus chose to leave Peter and the two sons of Zebedee while He advanced into the garden to pray. He clearly felt the need to be alone with His Father ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2017/03/10-minute-daily-retreat-1st-station.html

Way of the Cross - Saint Josemaria Escriva BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 10, 2017 Way of the Cross St. Josemaria Escriva Scepter Publishing ISBN 9781889334547 ISBN 9780906138076 ASIN B004XDDGJ2 Over the years I have used many different versions of the Way of the Cross or the Stations of the Cross. For over a decade now this has been my favourite. I have two very worn copies of the mini version of this book, one at home and one on my desk at work. And there is an abbreviated version of it in Handbook ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/fgM10q8_VjY/way-of-cross-saint-josemaria-escriva.html

Twenty-Five Ways to Observe Lent BIG C CATHOLICS - February 27, 2017 ... Read Sacred Scripture. 2.) Read spiritual/religious literature for fifteen minutes. 3.) Spend ten minutes in silence. 4.) Pray the rosary. 5.) Pray the Stations of the Cross. 6.) Say the Divine Mercy Chaplet every Friday during Lent. 7.) Attend Mass daily or go once or twice during the week besides Sunday. 8.) Pray a novena celebrating a Lent related saint or event. 9.) Give up dessert. 10.). Go to Confession. ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/02/twenty-five-ways-to-observe-lent.html

Lent Is Coming, Are You Ready? MARY LENABURG - February 27, 2017 My Peeps! Lent is arriving in less than 48 hours!! Prayer, sacrifice and almsgiving are the way we join our Lord on His way to Calvary. Have you prayed about what God is asking you to give up this Lent? Do you have a plan in place? Do you have your resources ready to go? I am asking an awful lot of questions for Monday aren't I? I have only had one cup of java this morning, I promise you. Still the questions have been asked. What say you, ...http://www.marylenaburg.com/2017/02/lent-are-you-ready.html/

As Lent Approaches....(Universal) CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 27, 2017 ... breakfast or other church meal, eating together as a community before the symbolic fasting of Lent begins. Ash Wednesday Ash Wednesday, the seventh Wednesday before Easter Sunday, is the first day of the Season of Lent. Its name comes from the ancient practice of placing ashes on worshippers' heads or foreheads as a sign of humility before God, a symbol of mourning and sorrow at the death that sin brings into the world. It not only prefigures the mourning at the death of Jesus, but also places ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/as-lent-approachesuniversal.html

Reflection on the First Sunday of Lent, Matthew 4:1-11 BIG C CATHOLICS - February 26, 2017 ... Lent? Are they of Friday fish sticks, Stations of the Cross, or purple vestments? How about the sacrament of reconciliation? Maybe any or all of these make you think of Lent and its call to holiness. And that's what Lent really is! It is a call to holiness and a deepening of the unity between the disciple and Jesus. Ultimately the goal of any prayer or liturgical season is unity with Christ, as much as possible while here on earth, and in its fullness in ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/02/reflection-on-first-sunday-of-lent.html

IRAQ : Christians and Muslims on a Peace March From Erbil to Alqōsh CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 25, 2017 ... housing "people who fled Mosul" to escape the Islamic State (IS), in a sign of "Christian solidarity". [. . .] "However small," he noted, "these symbolic gestures are part of our tradition. In the East, we use symbols a lot." In recent weeks, the Chaldean Patriarch visited several towns and villages liberated from Jihadi occupation in the past months. "I celebrated Mass with 50 families in Tall Usquf, others came from Alqōsh to take part in the event," he said. The goal is ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/iraq-christians-and-muslims-on-peace.html

The Truth Most Everyone Is Unwilling to Hear (*includes Most Catholics), Part II of II THE CATHOLIC FAITHFUL - February 19, 2017 +JMJ+ (Recommended meditation: Sexagesima's Gospel Reading: Luke 8:4-15) In the previous post, we left looked at the fact that we are often unwilling to look at things from a moral perspective. Even when we do look at it from a moral perspective, it is usually from a self-directed perspective rather than transcendent, looking at our rights over God's rights. For example, mercy then become redefined as if they are at odds ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheCatholicFaithful/~3/EhM_ZYhzIoM/the-truth-most-everyone-is-unwilling-to.html

Top 10 Faith Posts of 2016 TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - January 15, 2017 ... fabulous designs to inspire your own Marian peg dolls among the ones that local friends and I created. ~2~ Check Out Our Beautiful New Lenten Learning Tool! Why stop at peg dolls when wooden eggs are so much to decorate as well? My first forays into woodburning were fun as I participated in a local Lenten Resurrection Eggs swap. You can find close ups of each egg and brief explanations of their symbolism at this post . ~3~ Make D.I.Y. Stations of the ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2017/01/top-10-faith-posts-of-2016.html

Faith and Action GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - December 28, 2016 Wednesday greetings from the quiet "home office" of WLP and J.S. Paluch here in Franklin Park, IL. Well, I decided I needed to do something concrete yesterday after writing my post here. So, I wrote a letter to Chicago's Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Wanted to share it with you. I hope to receive an answer from His Honor and, if I do, I'll share that here as well. I am learning, even at 58, that in order to be a person of faith, I also need to be a person of action. ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2016/12/faith-and-action.html

Fifty-Three People Shot; Eleven Fatally GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - December 27, 2016 ... without knowing the whole story; that, in a sense, we celebrate incarnation in the shadow of the cross. A few weeks ago, I attended a Christmas party and struck up a conversation with a man I had never met. We got on the topic of politics and eventually started talking about what has been going on here in the city of Chicago this year, specifically the spiraling murder rate. We talked about the fact that when there is a ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2016/12/fifty-three-people-shot-eleven-fatally.html

Catholic Pilgrimages: Ancient Pathways for Modern Reflection A CATHOLIC LIFE - December 20, 2016 ... appeared to Sister Adele Brise. This is a wonderful pilgrimage to honor the Blessed Mother. A Pilgrimage Will Change Your Perspective A pilgrimage can truly be a powerful, faith-building exercise. Walking in the paths of the saints of the past can educate you on many lessons you can apply to your own life. When traveling abroad, do your research. Many pilgrimage sites are well-traveled tourist destinations, but some are in more out-of-the-way locations. Pilgrimages offer you ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/IoUEOBmuoco/catholic-pilgrimages-ancient-pathways.html