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Hello and welcome! I want to begin this week commenting on a few notable items that have been in this week’s news. Recently the media have reported extensively on the arrest of the deputy consul general of India in New York, Devyani Khobragade. The case interested me very much because, in the 20 years that I was in Washington, D.C. working with immigrants, a great deal of my time was spent working with workers — almost always women — employed as domestics by diplomats and representatives to international organizations. I want to begin by saying how sorry I am that Ms. Khobragade was subjected to humiliating treatment during her arrest. Cardinal Seán’s Blog Cardinal Seán’s Blog
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Maria Lectrix The Life of Sir Aglovale de Galis continues, as a single line of Malory is retconned into a brilliant and evocative Arthurian episode. Chapter 5. This chapter is fresh out of the oven. Posted in Fantasy, Fiction, Novels | Tagged Clemence Housman, King Arthur, The Life of Sir Aglovale de Galis | 5 Comments » Maria Lectrix
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Cor Sanctum Stephen wrote his song Jericho in 2002. In it a man is searching for a way to court a woman who has emotionally locked herself away from the world. He compares her to Jericho and vows to sing his song beside her wall in hopes that history will repeat itself, and her wall, too, will crumble. Cor Sanctum
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The Chair of Unity Octave, which extends from the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter at Rome (January 18) until the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul (January 25), which prayers are prescribed for each separate day of the Octave History of The Chair of Unity Octave On October 3, 1899, the eve of the feast of St. Community of Hope - Catholic Charity- New England, Massachusetts, Merrimack Valley Community of Hope - Catholic Charity- New England, Massachusetts, Merrimack Valley
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Hey Disciples! Welcome to the Disciples Now archive!From 1999-2011, Disciples Now worked together with a wide range of Catholic and Christian partners to bring you, the young Catholic Church of the United States, stories, articles, music and discussions to help you grow in and share your Catholic faith. It was a blessing and a privilege to bring you this ministry.Following a period of discernment, the Disciples Now team has determined that God is calling us to new avenues in ministry and service to God’s people. We hope that you will continue to enjoy the material archived here — some of the most popular resources from the Disciples Now site over the years — and that you will continue to grow in holiness and that you will “go forth and make disciples of all nations.” (Mt 28:19) Disciples Now Disciples Now
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Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) “Faith makes all things possible,” but we must place our trust completely in God. This was the central focus of Pope Francis’ remarks following the readings of the day at Mass on Friday morning in the chapel of the Casa Santa Marta in the Vatican. Pope Francis concentrated especially on the 1st Letter of St John, in which he speaks of the faithful Christian as the one who is truly victor over the world. Vatican Radio
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The Mysteries of the Rosary The Mysteries of the Rosary The Rosary is made up of twenty "mysteries" (significant events or moments in the life of Jesus and Mary), which, following the Apostolic Letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae, are grouped into four series. The first contains joyful mysteries (recited on Mondays and Saturdays); the second, the mysteries of light (Thursdays); the third, the sorrowful mysteries (Tuesdays and Fridays); and the fourth, the glorious mysteries (Wednesdays and Sundays). "This indication is not intended to limit a rightful freedom in personal and community prayer, where account needs to be taken of spiritual and pastoral needs and of the occurrence of particular liturgical celebrations which might call for suitable adaptations" (Rosarium Virginis Mariae, 38). As an aid to the meditative and contemplative journey of the Rosary, two texts are given for each 'mystery': one from Sacred Scripture, the other from the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
The Way of Beauty - Pope Benedict XVI I would like to consider briefly one of these channels that can lead us to God and also be helpful in our encounter with him. My "Way of Beauty" - Robert Royal There's a lot of talk these days about "The Way of Beauty" and even about more ambitious projects like "the re-enchantment of the world" — by everyone from casual bloggers to the Holy Father in Evangelii Gaudium. Catholic Educator's Resource
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