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Pilgrimage: Rome and Holy Land ATONEMENTONLINE - June 14, 2017 ... in Rome, departing on Tuesday, February 20, 2018, and returning on Saturday, March 3, 2018. On February 20th we will fly from San Antonio to New York City, where we will enjoy a 5-hour tour of two important sites: The 9-11 Memorial, built at the place where the twin towers of the World Trade Center once stood, as well as St. Patrick's Cathedral. That evening, we will board our trans-Atlantic flight to Rome - the Eternal City - arriving the ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/06/pilgrimage-rome-and-holy-land.html

Finally Laid to Rest BEYOND PEARLS... - May 20, 2017 In November we began making trips to our local Catholic cemetery. It was still fairly warm at the beginning of the month and we had a large break in the day between the time I picked up Sadie and Maggie from school and the time when Paul would meet me and take the kids home while I took Sadie to her ballet class. I'd always wanted to do something to set the month that begins with All Saints and All Souls Days apart, but getting out of the ...http://www.cammiediane.com/2017/05/finally-laid-to-rest.html

Station to Station - Gary Jansen - An Ignatian Journey Through the Stations of the Cross BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - May 11, 2017 Station to Station: An Ignatian Journey through the Stations of the Cross Gary Jansen Loyola Press ISBN 9780829444582 ASIN B01MTNNR1T I purchased this book at the beginning of lent because a few other authors I really appreciate wrote favourably about it. And though I did enjoy the book, I am not as enthusiastic as those authors in my praise. The book is clearly broken into two have. The first is why we enter this journey? ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/gVx5NBvTaN4/station-to-station-gary-jansen-ignatian.html

Lent IV THE CATHOLIC HERITAGE ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND - April 25, 2017 As Lent turns into Passiontide, the Catholic mind turns more intensely to thoughts of the Cross, to Christ Crucified and to His Sorrowing Mother. The hymn Stabat Mater Dolorosa sets this theme. It is ascribed popularly to the Franciscan Jacopone di Todi, but is also ascribed by Pope Benedict XIV, with a wealth of scholarship, to Pope Innocent III. It was only in the year 1727 that it entered the Roman Liturgy, being assigned to the feast of the Seven Dolours of Our Lady, on ...http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/2009/03/lent-iv.html

Visitation House Pro-Life Supper DTF DEFEND/PROCLAIM THE FAITH - April 24, 2017 ... Ohden , keynote speaker on Stations of the Cross radio: Nineveh 90 continues , 90 Days of Prayer and Fasting, that started Feb 13 and ends May 13th on the 1st Fatima apparition Nineveh 90 – Day 69, meditation: KNOWLEDGE OF SELF, Day 13 of Total Consecration We should employ all our pious actions in asking for a knowledge of ourselves and contrition of our sins: and we should do this in a spirit of piety. ...http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2017/04/visitation-house-pro-life-supper.html

The Way of the Cross in Chicago GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - April 19, 2017 ... we walked by, thanking us for our support. We sang as we walked: blacks, whites, Hispanics, Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Rev. Jesse Jackson walked the whole walk. I walked with a prominent member of Chicago's Catholic community and I asked him why representatives from the city's leadership were not in attendance. "Where is the mayor?" I asked. He told me that Cardinal Cupich told him that he had invited the mayor, whose ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-way-of-cross-in-chicago.html

To Be Continued: Good Friday of the Easter Triduum PRINTS OF GRACE - April 15, 2017 Good Friday has felt sad, dry, and somewhat empty. I went to Stations of the Cross at noon. The Baptismal font near the entry of the worship space has been drained of all holy water. A wooden sculpture of Christ with a prominent crown of thorns is front and center. A number of people I recognized were there. Several of us walked around the outside of the church where there is a sculpture about a foot tall for each one of the Stations. ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2017/04/To-Be-Continued-Good-Friday-of-Easter-Triduum.html

Stations of the Cross A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - April 14, 2017 Image source The Stations of the Cross is an ancient devotion in the Catholic Church. Here's a brief history of the Stations which includes a comparison of the customary 14 stations (those found on the walls of most churches and chapels) and a newer version which came to us from John Paul II and was used for the first time in Rome on Good Friday 1991. The video below offers and opportunity to pray ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2017/04/stations-of-cross.html

Stations of the Cross G-MANS JOURNEY - April 14, 2017 Took this from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops , to remember our Lord Jesus Christ. Scriptural Stations of the Cross The following stations of the cross are based on those celebrated by Pope John Paul II on Good Friday 1991. They are presented here as an alternative to the traditional stations and as a way of reflecting more deeply on the Scriptural accounts of Christ's passion. The ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2017/04/stations-of-cross_14.html

Loving Loving DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - April 14, 2017 ... desired none of those things, which I only pray to minimize in my life. Deliver me from the fear of being humiliated, …despised, …forgotten, …ridiculed, …wronged --- He willingly accepted all of these things, things that I fear. And yet, despite all His humiliations --- a God willingly accepting humiliations --- He did it so that others may increase, …be chosen, …be praised, …be preferred, …be holier --- He willingly suffered ...http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2017/04/loving-loving.html

Triduum: "This Is What It Means to Be Catholic!" AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - April 12, 2017 ... resurrection of Jesus. To participate in the Triduum is to participate in the Paschal Mystery is to be saved. The Triduum invites us to walk with Jesus in real time: "In the liturgical celebration of these events, they become in a certain way present and real" (CCC 1363). The Triduum brings you to the Last Supper, makes you pray with Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane, allows you to walk the steps of the Stations of the Cross, and brings you to ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2017/04/triduum-this-is-what-it-means-to-be-catholic/

Prayer for the Sacred Paschal Triduum CATHOLIC HOTDISH - April 7, 2017 ... on Holy Thursday evening, the Passion of our Lord on Good Friday, and the Resurrection of the Lord, first celebrated at the Easter Vigil and then also at the Masses on Easter Sunday morning. If there ever was a time to go to church to pray, it is on these three days. It is extremely important to make prayerful participation in these liturgies a top spiritual priority. The other indispensable way to pray during these three days is personal private prayer. Our ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/usNEf47z8N0/

Passion Sunday 2 Apr 2017 Sermon LUX VERA - April 6, 2017 Passion Sunday 2.4.17 Sufferings of Our Lord The 'Passion' of Our Lord means the suffering of Our Lord. We can spend the next two weeks especially, contemplating His sufferings. He suffered and died for us. His death saved us; the sufferings added value to the death as a perfect sacrifice. The more we love, the more we are prepared to suffer for the beloved. In which case, Our Lord's suffering shows a great deal of love, not just for one ...http://luxvera.blogspot.com/2017/04/passion-sunday-2-apr-2017-sermon.html

Journey With the Stations of the Cross SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - April 4, 2017 The Via Crucis is recognizable in our churches as well as on the streets of our present world! As children, we wondered at those scenes attached to the wall high above our eye level . What was happening? Why? Why all the abuse and hatred toward Jesus? Why his quiet submission to the cruel extortionists? Why the death and apparent defeat of Jesus? Have you felt drawn this Lent to gaze, as we ...http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2017/04/journey-with-stations-of-cross.html