Monday, November 8, 2010

"I Thirst"

John 19:28

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"Give, and it shall be given to you: good measure and pressed down and shaken together and running over shall they give into your bosom. For with the same measure that you shall mete withal, it shall be measured to you again."---Luke 6:38

--->Cholera confirmed for resident of Haiti's capital...

--->Benedict Evangelist: "If you allow Christ to enter into your heart, you won't regret it," says Benedict XVI. The Pope invited the world to become friends with God today in his homily at the dedication Mass of the Church of the Sagrada Familia (Holy Family) in Barcelona, which he also designated a basilica...

--->Stephen Sondheim at 80: Merrily he rolls along. "The far-off look in his eyes, as though tracking a giant hourglass emptying somewhere in the middle distance, is reminiscent of Trigorin, the writer in Chekhov's "The Seagull," who strives to deromanticize the artist's life to a young gaga actress..."

--->UK: Literacy concerns as a fifth of youngsters admit hardly ever reading books...

--->Bad when it comes to math? How about applying electrical current?
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--->The Distributist Review: Neither Statism Nor Individualism...

--->Israel charges imam with
incitement against Pope...

--->"Recovering Dissident" Cathy: "Today, I’ve received emails from friends that indicate worry about joblessness, money, family, serious illness-these are real and serious concerns. I feel, honestly, that my parish possibly closing and losing itself in another is minor in comparison...If the last two years have taught me anything, it’s that things can always get worse but with a Faith and Trust in Christ [we] can get thru anything...

--->Timothy Jones: "I am a creature of habit. I am also not a morning person. This particular morning (as with most) if I closed my eyes to pray, my brain assumed it was time to go back to sleep. But I'm also a very visual person, and when my eyes are open for prayer, the world is full of distractions for me. So...

--->Obama backs India on permanent UN Security Council seat... Note: This permanent seat proposition for India in itself seems a very positive development because this enormous country would then have Veto power to check the traditional members. That Pakistan will see it as a provocation however is very likely and so assurances will have to be made to avoid further escalations of tensions on all sides, between Pakistan and India (already very difficult) and Pakistan and the West. It must not be seen or even thought of as an aggressive strategic move against nuclear Pakistan. Could not another seat on the Security Council be left open on a rotational basis for all other developed nations?

--->Sandro Magister in Rome: "Europe, Be Not Afraid!" From Santiago de Compostela and from Barcelona, Benedict XVI's appeal that the continent open itself to God and return to pronouncing his name not in vain, but in joy and holiness. With the cross as the "pole star"

"...one thing became clear right from the start of the trip. The pope's gaze did not remain confined to the two cities, and not even to Spain, but embraced Europe and humanity as a whole....

--->Devotion to an ET sect, then slow starvation...

--->Obama returns fire after China slams Fed's move. Russian leaders upset also...

--->Raw Story: Banks spying on your bills, rent payments, paychecks: report...

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---> US melting down into a NWO?

Repetitio est mater studiorum (Repetition is the mother of learning): I must remember to say this every month (not exactly ad nauseum). More than ever we need Catholic Drop-in Centers in most cities in the West run by responsible laypersons ---for those who are seekers, for the bewildered, for the lonely, and for those who need direction finding helpful resources for problems.

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