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The Ultimate Survival Warrior

Here is something more than a little different from the normal content of this blog. If you are at all familiar with some of the “survival gurus” on You Tube  then you will probably find this rather funny. Advertisements

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Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

READINGS AND OFFICE: Readings From the NABRE. Official translation used in USA. Readings From the NJB. Scroll down slightly. Official translation in most English speaking countries. Today’s Divine Office. COMMENTARIES ON THE FIRST READING: Deut 4:32-34, 39-40 Navarre Bible Commentary … Continue reading

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Our Facebook Page Is No More

For a whole host of reasons: data harvesting, poor security, political and moral double standards, mindless censorship, etc., etc., etc.

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Easter Tuesday, April 3 2018~The Mass Readings and Thoughts from Some of the Fathers and Saints of the Church

First Reading       Acts 2:36–41 Response       Psalm 33:5b Psalm       Psalm 33:4–5, 18–20, 22 Gospel Acclamation       Psalm 118:24 Gospel       John 20:11–18 St John Chrysostom on Acts 2:37~DO you see what a great thing gentleness is? More than any vehemence, it pricks our … Continue reading

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The Readings for Easter Monday and Some Thoughts from the Fathers of the Church

First Reading       Acts 2:14, 22–33 Response       Psalm 16:1 Psalm       Psalm 16:1–2a, 5, 7–11 Gospel Acclamation       Psalm 118:24 Gospel       Matthew 28:8–15 St John Chrysostom: What is meant by, “with the eleven?” They expressed themselves through one common voice, and he was … Continue reading

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March 19~The Solemnity of St Joseph

Commentaries and Resources on Today’s Readings. OTHER RESOURCES, BLOG POSTS, ETC: Our Gospel Reading Invites Us to Understand How Joseph Was Indeed … A New Prayer to St. Joseph for His Feast Catholic Father’s Day: St Joseph and the Beatitudes … Continue reading

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Some New Shows on EWTN This Week

This week EWTN will begin airing eight new shows; three of which will focus on scripture: 1). Old Testament scripture scholar, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, begins a new series entitled SCRIPTURE AND  TRADITION. The hour long show will air twice on … Continue reading

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Resources for the Memorial of St Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Doctor of the Church

January 28th is the Feast day of St Thomas, but because it falls on a Sunday this year it is not observed liturgically, being superseded by the Sunday Mass. One can still spend the day to learn more about this … Continue reading

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Commentaries on the Mass Readings for Friday After Ash Wednesday

FRIDAY AFTER ASH WEDNESDAY Today’s Mass Readings. Today’s Divine Office. My Notes on Isaiah 58:1-9a. Navarre Bible Commentary on Isaiah 58:1-9a. Father Boylan’s Introduction to Psalm 51. St Augustine’s Notes on Psalm 51. St John Fisher’s Sermons Psalm 51. Psalm 50 … Continue reading

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Tuesday Jan. 16~Commentaries on the Mass Readings

Navarre Bible Commentary on 1 Samuel 1:1-13. Father Boylan’s Introduction to Psalm 89. St Augustine’s Notes on Psalm 89. Patristic/Medieval Commentary on Psalm 89. St Robert Bellarmine’s Commentary on Psalm 89. Aquinas’ Catena Aurea on Mark 2:23-28. Navarre Bible Commentary … Continue reading

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