Topic: heavens

Jos, Nigeria, Nov 23, 2014 / 04:08 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Boko Haram's expansion has meant murders, forced conversion, and forcible expulsion from homes, causing Catholics in Nigeria to pray and to reac ... discuss

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As we enter the Christmas Season of 2014, I suspect anti-Christians will once again try and squelch the use of the word Christmas in favour of  the flaccid "happy holidays" or "Season's Greetings ... discuss

Here are the remarks given last week by Archbishop Ignatius A. Kaigama of Jos, Nigeria, president of the Nigerian episcopal conference, at an overnight National Prayer Pilgrimage to pray for the ... discuss

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(This was a Facebook post that just kept on growing.)   Yes, the heavens declare the glory of God! We can predict the movements of the heavenly bodies down to the day and hour for years to come ... discuss

by Metropolitan Hilarion (Alfeyev) – The “Our Father” prayer is of special significance, because Jesus Christ Himself gave it to us. It begins with the words: “Our Father, Who art in the h ... discuss

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Opening HymnA Mighty FortressCollects:1stO God, our refuge and strength, who art the author of all godliness; Be ready, we beseech thee, to hear the devout prayers of thy Church; and grant that those ... discuss

What we saw in Day Five was the start of the re-establishment of the principles of quantum physics which had been subsumed into the Classical laws in the previous Days. That statement may require some ... discuss

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Day Five starts with these words: “And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly the moving creature that hath life, and fowl that may fly above the earth in the open firmament of heaven.”[G ... discuss

Day Four of the Genesis account of the origins of the universe deals with the creation of our solar system. Day Four thus starts with this: “And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the ... discuss

The first part of Day Three is short, and to the point. “And God said, Let the waters under the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the dry land appear: and it was so.” “And God ... discuss

Rome, Italy, Oct 30, 2014 / 03:26 pm (Aid to the Church in Need).- A leading Vatican astronomer said that although some see Pope Francis' recent words on the Big Bang as signifying a change in the Chu ... discuss

For millennia, human beings have looked to the night skies and grappled with their own insignificance. It is difficult to feel big and important when looking at thousands and millions of stars ... discuss

By TITO EDWARDS | Stephen Hawking and The Heavens by J. C. of Ignitum Today - BigPulpit.com Graham Greene’s “Power and the Glory”: Catholic Priesthood Is Vocational Sacrifice ... discuss

And war broke out in heaven.... We know of war. We hear of wars and rumors of wars. We see our nation and others fighting over things that matter and things that don't. Some of you have even fought ... discuss

Here’s just a few of the headlines from this evening’s Drudge Report:* Army officer is told not to enter his daughter's high school because he's wearing his uniform* Satanists to Hold Controversia ... discuss

Credit:  deepertruthblog.blogspot.comI have written here more than once that I am fearful that there is a great schism building up in the Catholic Church.  I feel it is coming from the tradi ... discuss

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Dear Readers, It was an abortion day Thursday July 31, 2014. Nine mothers heard our cry for mercy on the unborn victims being brought into the Building For Women for slaughter. We prayed and worshiped ... discuss

By Jane St. Clair The other day it rained in the Sonoran desert. It took perhaps a month to build up to it; the desert is not a place for rain. The sun shines 360 days a year, it hardly ever rains. D ... discuss

The Bible’s Big StoryWithout a firm grasp on the Bible’s Big Story, its grand meta-narrative, our understanding of the smaller stories and even the Gospel is hindered. Moreover, given how fast ... discuss

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me. So the childhood saying goes. But I found it to be hollow, when I was teased as a child. Names hurt. The ridicule of man has an ... discuss

Previously, I began this series with an introduction to the issue, and a look at the differences between the Pre-Tribulational and the Pre-Wrath views of the rapture of the church. “RaptureR ... discuss

In October of 1956 my grandfather Des Nichols, a life-long resident of Rockton himself, attended an auction at the homestead of a Rockton pioneer family, the old Clizbe place at the corner of Clizbe A ... discuss

At my job's weekly Bible study we've been going through  a year long Bible survey, and this week we discussed Jeremiah. We only read the first five chapters of Jeremiah and the middle chapter of ... discuss

Yahoo Bans Ads From Pregnancy Centers After Lobbying From “Pro-Choice” NARAL Yahoo is following the lead of Google and has reportedly banned ads from pro-life pregnancy centers that offer women ... discuss

Are angels like aliens? In a recent essay, Fr. Dwight Longenecker responds to recent comments from Bill Clinton regarding the search for extraterrestrial life. Fr. Longenecker writes: ‘Once we open ... discuss

Snippets of a letter to a younger church leader...I facilitate a Bible study at work and I really enjoy it. Today, we studied Ecclesiastes, and 10:1 speaks to why [insert famous Christian televangelis ... discuss

I will deliver them out of the hand of death. I will redeem them from death: O death, I will be thy death; O hell, I will be thy bite... Osee (Hosea) 13:14 (Douay-Rheims translation)Because Chris ... discuss

Here are a few quotations about the resurrection of Jesus that you might find useful. We handed these out yesterday in church and suggested that people consider using them for reflection and prayers, ... discuss

FROM THE PASTORMarch 30, 2014by Fr. George W. Rutler The Belgian priest and physicist, Monsignor Georges Lemaître died in 1966 after receiving news that his theory of the birth of the universe—wh ... discuss

How do you spread the gospel in the very place it was first preached 2,000 years ago? Where do you even begin when two millennia of confusion, misunderstandings and violence stand between you and the ... discuss

"For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was no ... discuss

“May God open the heavens and let his mercy rain down upon our fields and mountains,” said the prayer composed by Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento. Original PostingRead more →The post Califor ... discuss

CNA: The Catholic bishops of California have called for prayers for rain to bring relief to the drought in the state, as well as for those threatened by the lack of water. “May God open the heavens ... discuss

The Catholic bishops of California have called for prayers for rain to bring relief to the drought in the state, as well as for those threatened by the lack of water, reports Catholic News Agency. “ ... discuss

Sermon for the Octave Day of the Epiphany: The Baptism of the Lord From the Gospel according to St. Matthew:  "And when Jesus was baptized, he went up immediately from the water, and behold, the heav ... discuss

Pray For the Peace of Jerusalem The Prophet Zechariah Chapter 12 1. The burden of the word of the LORD for Israel, saith the LORD, which stretcheth forth the heavens, and layeth the foundation of the ... discuss

As soon as he was baptized, Jesus came up from the water. At once, the heavens opened and he saw the Spirit of God come down like a dove and rest upon him. At the same time a voice from…Read mor ... discuss

In the Book of Revelation, the Bible describes the fall of Satan from the heavens.The Apostle John saw it this way: “That great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Sat ... discuss

-- If you work, then from time to time, you need a rest.  Hence the wisdom of things like keeping holy the Lord's Day and the seventh-year jubilee.  If you refuse to take time off, then soon ... discuss

Dear and Precious One,God loves you with a deep and everlasting love. His is the only perfect love you will experience here on earth. All other loves, as beautiful as they can be, are only pale imitat ... discuss

Texts:  Isaiah 7:10-17; Matthew 1:18-25Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.Several years ago a movie titled, “Cast Away” was released.  The movie s ... discuss

FROM THE PASTORDecember 15, 2013by Fr. George W. Rutler There is an intuition in the imaginative part of the human mind that enables us to say that something is “Hellish” or “Heavenly.”  ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 667 Proper of Seasons: 156 Psalter: Monday, Week I, 710 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Proper of Seasons: 49 Psalter: Monday, Week I, 723 Even ... discuss

From Isaiah 2:1-5 NAB:This is what Isaiah, son of Amoz, saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem. In days to come, The mountain of the Lord’s house shall be established as the highest mountain and raised ... discuss

Because it doesn't affect any of my kids' schools, I've been paying only slight attention to Common Core, the new national education standards. I've been reading up on it lately because my friends are ... discuss

When I was in college, I prayed and discerned a vocation to become a sister or a nun.  I was enthralled by the Carmelite Sisters of the Sacred Heart; of which I had had the honor of working wi ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 615 Proper of Seasons: 384 Psalter: Wednesday, Week IV, 1151 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings Office of Readings for Wedn ... discuss

Shortly before leaving Philadelphia in September, I made two special stops with the Black Madonna – one a very pleasant place, and the other a house of horrors. First, I visited the Holy Spirit Ador ... discuss

I'm linking up today for My Pregnancy Journal at My Joy-filled Life.  If you are a pregnant blogger, please visit and join us! Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were bo ... discuss

How to interpret the prophecy of Daniel chapters 2 and 7 through 12 is one of the keys to understanding some difficult passages in the New Testament, namely Matthew 24, otherwise known as the Mount o ... discuss

Question: I have heard from both atheists and inquirers this question: how can we reconcile the idea of a loving God with the idea of an eternal hell? Wouldn't a loving God give those in hell another ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 615 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 1107 Common of Several Martyrs: 1698 (verse before first reading) Proper of Seasons: 256 (first reading) Proper ... discuss

There is no greater love than this…that a man be willing to lay down his life for his friends. Do you have a love like that living in your heart? It doesn’t mean that you have to be kill ... discuss

28 August AD 430 Saint Augustine was one of the greatest of the Latin church fathers and was among the most significant influences in the formation of Western Christianity, including Lutheranism. He w ... discuss

Iit was an ironic Kris Kristofferson song. It has become a somewhat clichéd expression. However, the phrase “best of all possible worlds” actually comes from a serious philosophical work, Essay ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 615 Proper of Seasons: 78 Psalter: Friday, Week II, 901 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings Office of Readings for Friday in ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 615 Proper of Seasons: 68 Psalter: Wednesday, Week II, 855 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings. Office of Readings for Wedne ... discuss

The chief god in Scandinavian mythology, Odin, carried a javelin called Gungnir. This javelin was no ordinary javelin, for it was created by a group of dwarves known as the Sons of Ivaldi. It was fash ... discuss

St. Poemen the GreatQuestion: "In this world where we are taught to enjoy ourselves and seek pleasure, where, even as Christians, we want to glorify God's creation, how are we to know when we have rea ... discuss

Old Testament prophecy regarding the Messianic Kingdom provides us with a paradox. On one hand, we know the kingdom of God began in Jesus day, as clearly declared by Christ as he began to preach, ... discuss

I enjoy writing, but for some time now I just haven’t had the time. So, when I read what others write I usually pick up on things they either say wrong, or on spelling mistakes they make. Magazines ... discuss

We are disheartened and even horrified at our nation’s rejection of the Judeo-Christian principles upon which it was founded. There was a solid belief in almighty God when our lands were discovered ... discuss

Sovereign God, You created the Heavens and the Earth and all that is in them in six days.You created Man in Your Image and cast him out of the Garden when he sinned.When every thought of man was only ... discuss

This is a repost from my Cerebrating about Life blog. Following my previous post, I visited my doctor. The outcome of the visit was not very joyful in itself. Fibrosis has set in, in the vein in quest ... discuss

II Peter 3:1–7: This is now the second letter that I am writing to you, beloved. In both of them I am stirring up your sincere mind by way of reminder, that you should remember the predictions of th ... discuss

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The British are coming!  The British are coming!” For those of you who are not history buffs, these words were attributed to Paul Revere. From my understanding, he most likely did not shout the ... discuss

Below, I have attempted to list all passages dealing with baptism without commentary. Today, there are various teachings on who should receive baptism and what baptism does but this was not always the ... discuss

From an ancient homily for Holy SaturdayThe Lord's descent into the underworldSomething strange is happening – there is a great silence on earth today, a great silence and stillness. The whole ... discuss

I thought, this being Holy Week, that it would be appropriate to give some insight about Passover from my very dear and recently departed friend, who was a father figure and spiritual mentor to me. He ... discuss

was an Irish monk, trained at Iona in Scotland, who Succeeded Saint Aidan as governor of the Church in Northumbria and became Bishop of Lindisfarne from 651 until 661. Originally from Ireland, he foun ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 668 Psalter: Monday, Week III, 1012 Common of Doctors: 1768 (reading, canticle antiphon, intercessions) Proper of Saints: 1337 (concluding pr ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 654 Psalter: Monday, Week III, 1001 Common of Doctors: 1769 (reading, responsory, intercessions) Proper of Saints: 1336 (canticle antiphon, c ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 651 Psalter: Monday, Week III, 999 Common of Pastors: 1737 (verse) Proper of Seasons: 113 (first reading, responsory) Proper of Saints: 1335 ... discuss

One of the most wonderful attributes of the internet is the ability to share the beautiful things people do and have done that can uplift the human spirit and give us hope. Barbara and I shared a l ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 651 Proper of Seasons: 78 Psalter: Sunday, Week II, 827 Office of Readings for Sunday in Ordinary Time God, come to my assistance.– Lor ... discuss

First ReadingHeb 4:12-16 The word of God is living and effective,sharper than any two-edged sword,penetrating even between soul and spirit,joints and marrow,and able to discern reflections and thou ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 667 Proper of Seasons: 641 Psalms and canticle from Evening Prayer II of Epiphany, 570 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Proper of Seasons: 242 P ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 653 Proper of Seasons: 614 Psalter: Friday, Week II, 893 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 689 Proper of Seasons: 231 Psalter: Friday, Week II, 835 M ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 649 Proper of Seasons: 609 Psalter: Friday, Week II, 890 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings. Office of Readings for Friday a ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 667 Proper of Seasons: 432 Psalms from the Common of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1345 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Proper of Seasons: 156 Psalm ... discuss

To say I have a few favorite Christmas hymns would be an understatement!  While we have much to rejoice about, these hymns don’t sugar coat reality.  Here are some that came to mind, followed ... discuss

St. Stephen was the first deacon as well as the first Christian martyr. All that we know of him is contained in the Acts of the Apostles, chapters 6 and 7. In Acts 6:5 seven men were selected and spec ... discuss

All that we know about Stephen the Protomartyr (that is, the first martyr of the Christian Church) is found in chapters 6 and 7 of the Book of Acts.The early Christian congregations, like the Jewish s ... discuss

Go, tell it on the mountain Over the hills and everywhere Go, tell it on the mountain That Jesus Christ is born While shepherds kept their watching Over silent flocks by night Behold throughout the he ... discuss

It is a stay-at-home kind of Christmas this year. I always find it fun to run back through the blog posts from December 25ths of the past to see where my family was and what we were doing that day. So ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 667 Proper of Seasons: 436 Psalms and canticle as in Evening Prayer II of Christmas, 414 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Proper of Seasons: 159 ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 653 Proper of Saints: 1258 Psalms and canticle from Sunday, Week I, 688 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 689 Proper of Saints: 1345 Psalms and canti ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 649 Common of One Martyr: 1402 (psalms) Proper of Saints: 1253 (antiphons, readings), 1253 (concluding prayer) Office of Readings for the Feast ... discuss

  The twenty-fifth day of December. In the five thousand one hundred and ninety-ninth year of the creation of the world from the time when God in the beginning created the heavens and the earth; ... discuss

In 2006 I started what has become a tradition for this blog, posting videos of my favorite Italiano Christmas carol, Tu Scendi Dalle Stelle. It was written by St Alphonsus Maria de Liguori, a doctor o ... discuss

The Christmas Kalend or Proclamation In the year 5199 from the creation of the world, from the beginning, when God created the heavens and the earth; 2,957 years from the flood; 2,015 ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY God, who hast given us thy only-begotten Son to take our nature upon him, and as at this time to be born of a pure virgin; Grant that we being regenerate, and made thy children by ... discuss

Look to the Visitation for the answer. Obviously, Jesus and John recognized each other as persons when the were introduced at the Visitation. John heard Mary's voice and immediately he leapt in the wo ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 667 All from Proper of Seasons: 394 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 All from Proper of Seasons: 140 Evening Prayer I for the Solemnity of Chris ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 649 Proper of Seasons: 377 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 1065 Christian Prayer: Does not contain Office of Readings. Office of Readings for Monday, ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 667 Proper of Seasons: 375 Psalter: Sunday, Week IV, 1060 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Proper of Seasons: 114 Psalter: Sunday, Week IV, 932 ... discuss

kingdomwarriors.com (Get Email Updates) kingdomwarriors.com “But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night, in which the heavens will pass away with a great noise, and the elements w ... discuss

Although I have faced cancer and nearly three decades of disease that has steadily and irrevocable stripped me of physical function and disabled me, it's a cakewalk compared to the grief being endur ... discuss

How do we respond to an unspeakable tragedy like this? A horrific slaughter carried out by a young man barely removed from his teen years. How do we respond as young people? How do we respond as Chri ... discuss

1 of the things that I constantly remind people of is the importance of prayer in our battle to defeat the demonic "culture of death" that has murdered about 55 million preborn babies in the ... discuss

Today is the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary, a holy day of obligation. The Immaculate Conception is a dogma of the faith stating that Mary was conceived sinless in the wom ... discuss

The Collect.O MERCIFUL God, hear the supplication of thy servants: that we who are gathered together to honour the Conception of the Virgin Mother of God, may through her intercession be delivered by ... discuss

Last Sunday After Pentecost, November 25th 2012Christ Lutheran, St. Paul, NE and St. John's Lutheran, Palmer, NEMark 13:24-37“Temporary and Forever” Introductions, etc...These few weeks ... discuss

The following is Part 5 of an open letter to Colonel Vaughn Doner and a critique of his 2012 book, Christian Jihad: Neo-Fundamentalists and the Polarization of America. Throughout the series, I addre ... discuss

Here's a standard against which America's present political leadership can be measured.  Indeed, considering the Faustian bargains offered by both major parties, and what America just reelected ... discuss

In the midst of the bloodiest war in American history (on Oct. 3, 1863), Abraham Lincoln, remarkably, issued this proclamation:The year that is drawing toward its close has been filled with the blessi ... discuss

The Writer: You're a Hindu Catholic?Pi: We get to feel guilty before hundreds of god.When I entered the theater I knew virtually nothing about the movie, except that there was something about a boy on ... discuss

 Many people are upset with the fact that many storeas are now going to be open on Thanksgiving Day in order for people to shop. & many store employees are unhappy that they will now have to work ... discuss

We thank You Lord. …and anticipate Your coming. “‘And then they will see ‘the Son of Man coming in the clouds’ with great power and glory, and then he will send out the ... discuss

This is the tenth installment in a series on theological terms. See previous posts on the terms theology, Trinity, creation, a href="http://www.challies.com/resources/the-essential-fall" target="_blan ... discuss

He Who Sits in the Heavens - This article has a couple of very insightful points about worry. “I begin to worry because I don’t like unknowns, and I don’t like feeling out of control ... discuss

Constants in the world include the Rock of Gibraltar, Mick Jagger, and human nature. The first of these is immovable. The second is incomprehensible. The third is the subject of this short essay. A na ... discuss

George Will recorded the irony that George McGovern, who passed away over the weekend at a ripe old 90 years, seems to have had his foreign policy vision vindicated after forty years in the political ... discuss

Grace to you and peace from God our Father, and the Lord, Jesus Christ. Our text for today is the parable of the wedding feast from St. Matthew chapter 22. When it comes to grace and the kingdom of Go ... discuss

The New York Times marvels at the way Mitt Romney talks. At a campaign stop in Rockford, Ill., not long ago, Mitt Romney sought to convey his feelings for his wife, Ann. “Smitten,” he said. Not me ... discuss

Continuing from my post on the Consecration of a Church using the 1962 Rubrics Part II, below is Part III (the final part) of that Consecration. I encourage you to read the post and then watch the e ... discuss

I originally published this study on my first blog called Just Thinking... on 4 September 2006. In the church today there are multiple views on the issue of the Sabbath. How should the Sabbath be kept ... discuss

"Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it." - Matthew 7:13  Aaah, yes. It's been a good 2 years since I ... discuss

A women in California has given birth to quintuplets after being advised to abort one or more of their children. Meryl Ferraro, 39, and her husband, John, last week welcomed the arrival of their quint ... discuss

Greater Double (1955 Calendar): October 7th October 7th is the anniversary of the glorious victory won in 1571 by the Christian forces over the Turkish fleet at Lepanto. This triumph of the Cross ... discuss

Today is the feast of La Beata Vergine del Santo Rosario di Pompei. This year the feast falls on the 1st Sunday in October. At the Pontifical Shrine of the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary of Pompei (Pont ... discuss

Born to a pious middle-class French family of tradesmen; daughter of Louis Martin and Marie-Azelie Guérin Martin, and all four of her sisters became nuns. Her mother died when Francoise-Marie was onl ... discuss

Greater Double (1955 Calendar): September 24 The Order of Our Lady of Ransom was founded in the Thirteenth Century by St. Peter Nolasco (Jan. 31) and St. Raymond of Pennafort (Jan. 23), aided by King ... discuss

Note: Today would have been the Feast of St Linus, the first successor to St. Peter, had this not been a Sunday.   INTROIT Psalms 118: 137, 124 Thou art just, O Lord, and Thy judgment is right; ... discuss

Did you know that the anti-Islam filmmaker donated $1 million to Obama's campaign?John Nolte makes a great point about the anti-Islam filmmaker and the unrest in the Middle East and North Africa. Acco ... discuss

Quebec is actually a location of topographical two extremes. Occupying nearly all of The Usa Europe would be the earth’s second biggest place and delivers earth’s best shoreline of 202,080 ... discuss

I know I’m supposed to be fasting from the internet, and yeah, I’ll get back to that in a second, but right now, a girl’s got to rant.You know, I don’t drive much. I don’ ... discuss

is a very early feast day of the Church, having been celebrated since the seventh century. It is important that these feasts of Mary be observed, because most, if not all, heresies stem from the deni ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY God, our heavenly Father, who declarest thy glory and showest forth thy handiwork in the heavens and in the earth: Deliver us, we beseech thee, in our several callings, from the s ... discuss

An Abbot, said to have been born of illustrious Athenian (Greek) parentage about the middle of the seventh century. Early in life he devoted himself exclusively to spiritual things, but, finding his ... discuss

28 August AD 430 Saint Augustine was one of the greatest of the Latin church fathers and was among the most significant influences in the formation of Western Christianity, including Lutheranism. He w ... discuss

Benedictine monk. Spiritual student of Saint Benedict Biscop, and brother monk to Saint Esterwine of Wearmouth and Saint Ceolfrid. Biblical scholar. Co-adjutor abbot of Jarrow Abbey. Abbot in Wearmout ... discuss

Intelligent, thorough, and utterly real.  Written by Jewish theologian and commentator, Dennis Prager.Judaism's Sexual Revolution: Why Judaism Rejected HomosexualityDENNIS PRAGERWhen Judaism de ... discuss

COMBERMERE, Ontario, August 15, 2012 (www.peterbaklinski.blogspot.ca) - With millions upon millions of babies whose lives have ended through legalized abortion, there are millions upon millions o ... discuss

We have seen the Burnt Offering (עֹלָה (olah)), the Grain Offering (מִנְחָה לַֽיהוָה, minchah qorban) the Peace Offering ( שֶׁלֶם (shelem)). Today we begin a study of the S ... discuss

I have found the following prayer of St. Thomas Aquinas immensely beneficial in my studies. I offer it here. Ante Studium Before Study Creator ineffabilis, qui de thesauris sapientiae tuae ... discuss

Akiko Seitelbach was 22 years old, and working at Mitsubishi Electrical as a volunteer, when the atomic bomb fell on Nagasaki.Her story:On 9 August 1945, I was working in the supply office. I was a li ... discuss

I actually meant to post so many other things yesterday and today, including more Amazing Grace giveaways plus other Truly Rich Recommendations and Tips BUT then this happened:Photos above and below f ... discuss

source: http://christiandefense.org/mor_black.htmThe Department of Christian DefenseP.O. Box 2128, Winnetka, California 91396818-377-5272 (edward@christiandefense.org)Edward L. Dalcour, Woodla ... discuss

Died 834. Saint Etheldritha was daughter of King Offa of the Mercians and his queen, Quindreda. She was betrothed to King Ethelbert of the East Angles, who was killed by her father's treachery.Because ... discuss

At the recent League of the South National Conference in Alabama (see video here), I talked about the Tea Party’s utter failure to conduct and carry out a real campaign for liberty. Indeed, as ... discuss

As regular readers know, I am into baseball more than football, but outside of watching games and reading boxscores I pay almost no attention to the private lives of sports figures. I only very recent ... discuss

  “Jesus saw that a large crowd was coming to Him, and said to Philip, 'Where can we buy enough food for them to eat?'”    John 6:5 July 29, 201217th Sunday of Ordinary Time ... discuss

“Look, I appreciate what you kids did. I really do. But this isn’t what I wanted. I’m proud to be gay. And I’m proud to be in a country where I’m free to express myself. ... discuss

Now it shall come to pass in the latter days That the mountain of the Lord’s house Shall be established on the top of the mountains, And shall be exalted above the hills; And all nations shall f ... discuss

From Julie Culshaw at Concerned for Life: Isn't it odd that, given the advances of medical science, people who support the pro-abortion position cling to images that are only visible to the naked eye? ... discuss

argin-bottom: .0001pt; margin-bottom: 0in;">Text:  Job 38:1-11The Book of Job is a very misunderstood piece of literature. Most people recognize the question posed by Job, but not the answe ... discuss

Alright, after a couple of politically-flavored posts, I’m going to have mercy on everyone and give you a gift for the weekend, and it comes to us in two parts via an excellent site within the E ... discuss

Whether tapping away at McNamara’s Blog or writing a feature for his column, “In Ages Past”, Pat McNamara is always worth reading. His short, engaging historical pieces on — mo ... discuss

is breathtaking! Melinda Gates, a white rich woman, is all for using contraception (and abortion) to eliminate the poor in the third world. (Those people of color are so profligate in their procreatio ... discuss

  From: waldo Sent: Wednesday, July 04, 2012 Subject: Bye-Bye Blackbird.. We saw her at the Smithsonian by Dulles Airport in Northern Virginia.  She is one heck of a Lady! -- AT@H&K ... discuss

July 3rd is typically remembered as the III Class Feast of St. Irenaeus (for the 1962 calendar), but it is the Feast St. Leo II with a commemoration of Octave of Sts. Peter and Paul in the 1954 Gene ... discuss

Today is the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul (Double of the I Class with Octave).  Today is a holy day of obligation in the universal Church.  In England and Wales the feast is observed as a ... discuss

  From: jimmy Sent: Thursday, January 26, 2012 Subject: Resume of Jesus Christ This is SIMPLY AWESOME!  I've never seen this before!  Whoever put The Resume of Jesus Christ toge ... discuss

I meant to post this last Friday but was too exhausted to even turn on the computer when I got home. After a long day at work, I went to the necrological service of the son of one of my fellow homesch ... discuss

You don't mess with success. Makes sense.So why is Graeme Zielinski still the Democrat party of Wisconsin's official spokesman? It's so odd that Zielinski has managed to hold on to his position after ... discuss

I'm linking up today for My Pregnancy Journal at My Joy-filled Life.  If you are a pregnant blogger, please visit and join us! Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were bo ... discuss

 Born in Wexford; died 697. Moling is said to have been a monk at Glendalough. Later he was founder and abbot of Aghacainid (Teghmolin, Saint Mullins) in County Carlow beside the Barrow River on ... discuss

(died June 15, 960) was the daughter of King Edward the Elder of England and his third wife, Eadgifu of Kent. There is little contemporary information for her life, but in a Winchester charter dated 9 ... discuss

It was a little before six yesterday morning and I was on my way to Panera’s for my regular Tuesday morning routine – prayerfully planning out the week, clearing up correspondence and enjoying an ... discuss

Our God loves us; He treasures us; He wants the absolute best for us!  "For this command which I am giving you today is not too wondrous or remote for you. It is not in the heavens, that you shou ... discuss

"For this command which I am giving you today is not too wondrous or remote for you. It is not in the heavens, that you should say, 'Who will go up to the heavens to get it for us and tell us of it, t ... discuss

“(3) We give thanks to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, praying always for you, (4) since we heard of your faith in Christ Jesus and the love which you have for all the saints; (5) because ... discuss

As we survey the remarkable predictions of Christ’s reign in the book of Psalms, we ought to keep two ideas in mind. That Christ’s kingship extends not only over those who have accepted Him ... discuss

Heavens to Betsy, young Americans who still think Barack Obama wants to give them hope and change need to check out Avik Roy's enlightening (and alarming) article in Forbes. Here's a bit of it. Last M ... discuss

(English: Petrock, Welsh: Pedrog, Latin: Petrocus and French: Perreux) (died 564) is a 6th century Celtic Christian saint. He was born in Wales but primarily ministered to the Britons of Dumnonia whic ... discuss

In honor of Trinity Sunday, I am sharing Question 32, Article 1 from St. Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica. Whether the trinity of the divine persons can be known by natural reason? Objection 1. It ... discuss

The First Sunday after Pentecost The Feast of the Holy Trinity, or Trinity Sunday, is a movable festival on the Church calendar in Western Christendom. Its date of celebration depends, as do Lent, Asc ... discuss

The Blessed Virgin Mary Model of Faith and First Believerby: Dr. Marcellino D'AmbrosioThe Beatitudes rank high on the list of all-time favorite Bible passages. But what is beatitude, anyway? In t ... discuss

I dare say that angels’ pens, angel’s tongues, nay, as many worlds of angels as there are drops of water in all the seas and fountains, and rivers of the earth cannot paint Him out to you ... discuss

24 May AD 1543 — Transferred to 23 May Mikołaj Kopernik was born in Poland in 1473. His parents died when he was twelve and his uncle Lucas Watzenrode assumed responsibility for him and his th ... discuss

Got an email from someone asking me to respond to this rant by Maureen Dowd, about the horrible, rotten, no-good, very bad, “un-catholic” Church.Dowd has demonstrated that she really doesn ... discuss

A day on the job. For any flight attendant which could really mean… making a stop in Paris… or even an emergency landing. It is fun, an grand adventure, or the two… yet is it get the ... discuss

The saint of the day for May 17th is St. Pascal Baylon.Born in a small village in between Castille and Aragon in Spain, on Pentecost in 1540, he was christened Pascua (meaning "the pasch of the Holy G ... discuss

The Fortieth Day of Easter, New Testament Lection †  Psalm 110 (1-year Lectionary) or Psalm 47 (3-year)†  2 Kings 2:5-15 (1-year) or Acts 1:1-11 (3-year)† &n ... discuss

The general and most common understanding of the Christian doctrine of Ascension holds that Jesus bodily ascended to heaven in the presence of his apostles, forty days following his resurrection. It i ... discuss

We are very fortunate here to see what most birth moms may never see. Many of you may have accomplished this ( I know) but we don't hear about it that often. One of us  "recovered" and gone on ... discuss

Born in Ulster, Ireland, c. 517; died at Bangor, Ireland, in 603; some list his feast as May 11. It is said that Comgall was a warrior as a young man, but that he studied under Saint Fintan at Cluain ... discuss

Simply stated, creation refers to everything that exists that has not always existed. It refers to all that God has brought into existence, which is everything apart from God himself—including a ... discuss

(also Ercenwald, Erkenwald or Erconwald; died 693) was Bishop of London in the Anglo-Saxon Christian church between 675 and 693.Erkenwald was born at Lindsey and was supposedly of royal ancestry. Erke ... discuss

Died c. 490. Bishop and Patron of Elphin, in Ireland, one of St. Patrick's converts, and his worker in iron. In the Tripartite Life of St Patrick (ed. Whitley Stokes) we read: Bishop St Assic was Patr ... discuss

The book of Acts mentions a Mark, or John Mark, a kinsman of Barnabas (Col 4:10). The house of his mother Mary was a meeting place for Christians in Jerusalem (Acts 12:12). When Paul and Barnabas, who ... discuss

Are the claims that the Christian faith is being shoved from the public square real or perceived?  Carl Anderson, The Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus, who came to Washington last week to spea ... discuss

Oh, my heavens! What a fun note to start the work-week off with. Some of you may have seen this already. It went viral about a month ago, but I only just discovered it this weekend. Hilarious! “ ... discuss

Vestments: White INTROIT Psalms 32: 5, 6 The earth is full of the goodness of the Lord, alleluia: by the word of the Lord were the heavens made, alleluia, alleluia. -- (Ps. 32. 1). Rejoice in the ... discuss

Where’s heaven? I know, it doesn’t look like it, but right here. “With great power the apostles bore witness to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus” It is a typical question childre ... discuss

Where’s heaven? I know, it doesn’t look like it, but right here. “With great power the apostles bore witness to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus” It is a typical question childre ... discuss

My plan was to end the night with a linking round-up of reactions, thoughts and analysis of how the story of the Vatican’s call for a reform of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious was f ... discuss

Each chapter reference is linked to an acapella chant of that Psalm. Keep in mind that the first and last line in the chant is not part of the Psalm itself. The first line or two is not usually the ... discuss

So now that we have finished our look at the beginnings of the Law in Exodus, we move on to averse-by-verse survey of the book of Leviticus. This is not exactly everybody’sfavorite book in the Bible ... discuss

This article continues where Catholicism in the Baroque Period of Music left off. By 1750, the style of music produced by the world's greatest composers began to shift noticeably.  Prior to this ... discuss

Bible scholars throughout the ages have noted that all major biblical doctrines – the first principles – are to be found in the book of Genesis. From the beginning, we are given shadows and types ... discuss

All that you should be familiar with spew suntanning / airbrush getting brownish naturally: 1. What are diverse apply-auburn possibilities open? Consider some of the benefitsVersusdrawbacks to every o ... discuss

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