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The Sunday Propers: Good Shepherd http://ow.ly/Lo8Qd
What is Jesus to you?  You will often hear Jesus is your Savior, Messiah, God, Lord, friend, and a host of other titles.  All of these are great titles.  The propers for the Second Sunday of Easter would like you to consider another way to view Christ.  This day is traditionally known as “Good Shepherd …
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Jesus is Asking You… (Part II of IV) http://ow.ly/Lo96f
Jesus Is Asking You… (Part II of IV) Either He Rose From the Dead…Or He Didn’t Excerpts from the Weekend Retreat Talks of Father Stash Dailey Editor’s Note: In Part I, we looked at the question that Jesus is asking, where Jesus meets us and the fact that He comes to us every day at …
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Lessons From A Monastery: Joy! http://ow.ly/LlPcV
“O women, be the heralds of good news and tell what you saw; tell of the vision and say to Sion: ‘Accept the good news of joy from us, the news that Christ has risen.’ Exult and celebrate and rejoice, O Jerusalem, seeing Christ the King coming from the tomb like a bridegroom.”    -Matins of …
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When it Hurts: How to Share the Catholic Faith with Non-Catholics http://ow.ly/LlP9d
This is for the broken hearted, those men and women who have risked sharing the faith only to be psychoanalyzed, slighted, even shamed. God knows sometimes you just need a box of Kleenex and a few hours before the Blessed Sacrament. Or a cup of coffee with your parish priest. Or a big bear hug …
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Taking the Fight to the Enemy: Manual for Spiritual Warfare http://ow.ly/LlPg8
The other day a book arrived in the mail. I had neither sought nor heard of it. Nevertheless, it intrigued me by its cover alone: leather bound funereal black. It reminded me of a Missal from times past, but this proved to be no antiquarian prayer book when I opened its pages to reveal instead …
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Practicing the Spiritual Works of Mercy http://ow.ly/LidIF
We are all encouraged by the Lord, especially by reading and meditating on Mt. 25:31-46, to practice the Corporal works of mercy—to feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, to clothe the naked, to welcome the foreigner, and to visit both the sick and the imprisoned. In sum, our Final Judgment will be based …
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The Faith That Conquers All Evils http://ow.ly/Lo8N9
A Germanwings pilot apparently purposely crashes his airplane into the mountains. Reports indicate that he had been emotionally unstable in the past and even suicidal. There are many questions on our minds like, “How come he was still allowed to fly airplanes? What is to be gained by killing innocent passengers?” There are many such …
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St. Eupsychius, Martyr, pray for us! #saintoftheday http://ow.ly/Lo8Zq
Julian the Apostate, arriving in Caesarea on his march to Antioch, was infuriated to find that the majority of the population was Christian. He was further enraged to learn that the Christians had destroyed the last remaining pagan temple in the city, a temple dedicated to Fortune. In his anger, Julian crossed out the name …
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Jesus is Asking You… (Part II of IV) http://ow.ly/LlPys
Jesus Is Asking You… (Part II of IV) Either He Rose From the Dead…Or He Didn’t Excerpts from the Weekend Retreat Talks of Father Stash Dailey Editor’s Note: In Part I, we looked at the question that Jesus is asking, where Jesus meets us and the fact that He comes to us every day at …
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St. Julie Billiart, pray for us! #saintoftheday http://ow.ly/LlPuz
Julie Billiart was born July 12, 1751, in Picardy, France, the fifth of seven children. She was christened Marie Rose Julia. Julie lived on a farm, but her favorite pastime was pretending to be a teacher and playing school. The school Julie attended was a rural one-room school house. Her favorite subject was religion, taught …
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The Ethos of Easter http://ow.ly/LidLS
I made up my mind that this Easter I am going to live and act like it really is Easter and not just a season called “Not Lent.” The question is how to do this. “Not fasting” can’t be the entirety of the answer and “not praying” and “not giving alms” don’t seem like good …
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Iron Sharpeneth Iron http://ow.ly/LidYU
“Iron sharpeneth iron, so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.” Proverbs 27:17 (Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition) I’ve always enjoyed this scripture passage for several reasons. First, it drives home the point of being on guard and ready to debate and philosophize with our Christian brothers and sisters. Second, it’s an exhortation to keep …
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