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Melanie Jean Juneau
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Catholics are more focused on the Passion than on Pentecost while Pentecostals are more focused on, well, the Resurrection and Pentecost. Although we are in a Liturgical season of joy, there are st...
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From The Gospel of John (2003) directed by Philip Saville Today's Gospel, John 10:11-18 [1:19 - 2:30] Jesus said: “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. The hired hand, who is not th...
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Catholic Joy? by melanie jean juneau
Joy is one of the fruits of the Holy Spirit, not a gift given to a select few but a by-product of living in God.
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Thanks Melanie, this was a refreshing explanation, that I had not heard yet! 😃 I love the Joy of the Holy Spirit, I often feel the greatest in Sunday Mass! ☺⛪
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Joy is one of the fruits of the Holy Spirit, not a gift given to a select few but a by-product of living in God.
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Art of the Ressurection

Catholics are more focused on the Passion than on Pentecost while Pentecostals are more focused on, well, the Resurrection and Pentecost. Although we are in a Liturgical season of joy, there are still more pins of the Crucified Christ than of the…
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Noted. I've found it a bit challenging to find suitable (my opinion) artwork of the Resurrection.

The top graphic in this post is perhaps my favorite: http://catholiccitizenamerica.blogspot.com/2015/04/death-been-there-done-that.html
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From The Gospel of John (2003) directed by Philip Saville Today's Gospel, John 10:11-18 [1:19 - 2:30] Jesus said: “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. The hired hand, who is not th...
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Catholic Joy? by melanie jean juneau
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By Melanie Jean Juneau/ motherofnine9
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I am a mother who raised nine children on a hobby farm. I write humourous stories about parenting, children and living with lots of pets, and farm and wild animals in the country. The stories are thoughtful and thought provoking with an current of spirituality running through them 

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Why Did You Have So Many Kids?
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I decided to post one of my articles on the struggles of a mother of nine as a complementary article to Melody's reflections on infertility.

Catholic Infertility Resources (@ Melody's Harmonies)
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Last year for NFP Awareness week I posted a list of NFP Resources, y’all seemed to really like it so I thought I would do the same for Infer

Faces of Infertility (@ Melody's Harmonies)
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Infertility occurs in many forms. Whether it be primary infertility, secondary infertility, or miscarriage. Infertility hides it's face in f

Mass Extinctions Revisited, Moving Octopuses
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We've known about the Capitanian crisis for some time: some scientists have, anyway. What's new is the idea that it may have been a major ma

Life can be a puzzle
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Life can be a puzzle. Sometimes the pieces don't always fit together right away. Even when they do, we don't always see the whole picture. T

Infertility Awareness Week (@ Melody's Harmonies)
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Last year, Infertility Awareness Week* came and went without my knowledge. It’s an unfortunate thing that you don’t realize the pain of infe

Walking a Mile With Another
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How often are we quick to judge someone who we see as disagreeable, strongly opinionated or assertive? Feeling our own sense of pride offend

Worth Repeating Wednesday: When You Become a Saint, You Will Be Known as...
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St. Joseph is venerated as the Patron Saint of so many things, actually, just about everything. He's the Patron Saint of the Universal Churc

Positive Words: In Praise of Praise, Part I
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Last week I wrote a poem for children about good words to say like “Please” and “Thank you.” This prompted me to think about good words for

10 Practices that Will Bring You Closer to God in Prayer
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1. Always remember, prayer is direct communication with God. Be prepared to open your heart and your soul to Him. 2. Begin your prayers by p

The prayer of quiet
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Madonna in Prayer by Sassoferrato. Wikimedia Commons. The prayer of quiet is the second type of contemplative prayer God gives in St. Teresa

Pope Francis' Big Heart For Children
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문화체육관광부 (2014) via Flickr, CC A Big Heart Open to God. That's what the world's Jesuit magazines titled their interview with Pope Francis six

15 Reasons Why I Love Being Catholic
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God, the Father: Creator of Heaven and Earth. Father Almighty. God of Love. One of three Persons in the Trinity. Through Him, all things wer

Novena Day 4: And Then There Were None
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On Facebook, the other day, there was a meme that stated, "If we offered a minute of silence for every victim of the Holocaust, we would be

Theology of the Body Thursday #16: Dolce & Gabanna on Gay Adoption a...
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This week [originally published 3/19/15] fashion designers Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce came out against gay adoption and surrogacy. T

Jesus Christ is Risen!
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Easter Sunday 2015: Acts 10:34a, 37-43 Colossians 3:1-4 or 1 Corinthians 6b-8 John 20:1-9 Easter Sunday 2015 By Deacon Lawrence N. Kaas Apri

A Way Through That Wall
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I never want to be separated from the love of God. So I'm thankful to have the following as a vital piece of my grillwork: "I am certain tha