Afternoon Roundup - 3rd Sunday after Epiphany (EF) or Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (OF) - January 25th, 2015
- ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP (Bishop Emeritus Rene Gracida) >> WHY FISHERMEN? WHY NOT BANKERS, OR LAWYERS, OR POLITICIANS?
- Archdiocese of Washington (Msgr. Charles Pope) >> I Keep So Busy Workin’ for the Kingdom, I Ain’t Got Time to Die – A Homily for the 3rd Sunday of the Year
- Catholic Stand (Thomas Whittaker) >> How Will History Remember You?
- Da Mihi Animas (Padre Steve) >> The Conversion of St. Paul
- Da Mihi Animas (Padre Steve) >> Don Bosco's Popes: Benedict XV
- Fr. Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment (Fr. John Hunwicke) >> Memories
- IDLE SPECULATIONS (Terry Prest) >> The Underside of the Baroque
- Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog (Carl Olson) >> Jonah and the Call to Constant Conversion
- JimmyAkin.Com >> How Can Mary Hear So Many Prayers at Once? And More!
- Joe Catholic (Don Gonzalez) >> Navarre Bible Commentary: Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
- Liturgia Latina (David Forster) >> 25th January, The Conversion of St Paul
- RORATE CÆLI (Augustinus) >> Cardinal Rodriguez Maradiaga: Pope wants to take "Church renovation" to "irreversible" point: Previous reforms were "insufficient, superficial", Church reform to be "deep and total".
- Sense of the Sacred (Father Jojo Zerrudo) >> The Kingdom of God
- Te Deum laudamus! (Diane M. Korzeniewski, OCDS) >> Why not "Spiritual Communion" for most at large, outdoor papal Masses?
- The Catholic Thing (Fr. C. John McCloskey) >> To Go Deeper into the Life of Christ
- The Charcoal Fire (Kevin Clarke) >> Maximus the Confessor on Priestly Celibacy (7th century)
- The Deacon's Bench (Deacon Greg Kandra) >> NY Times: “Many divorced Catholics long for acceptance”
- tigerish waters (Rita) >> an endless fountain of odious disedification
- Traditional Catholic Priest (Fr. Peter Carota) >> Conversion Of St. Paul Jan 25
- Views From the Choir Loft (Fr. David Friel) >> Bishop Conley & Advent “Ad Orientem”
- Vultus Christi (Dom Mark Daniel Kirby) >> I will, be thou made clean
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