Tuesday, April 28, 2009


FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: "Safety is the greatest risk of all because safety leaves no room for miracles and miracles are the only sure thing in life." from the movie, "Miracle at Santa Anna."

QUOTE II - "Sometimes we must give up the life we planned in order to live the life we have." Donna Shaw.


I have been inundated recently with questions about decrees of nullity within the Church so to help further clear up any misunderstandings out there here is a link to an old post on the topic.

The Diocese of Cleveland Enewsletter asks, "Did you know, Worldwide Marriage Encounter is for couples who have good marriages and want to make them better? Discover ways to deepen your communication and spirituality on the weekend."

Michal Moreno writes in to say, "As you may know, Pope Benedict XVI is about to embark on a pilgrimage tour in Israel in a mission of peace and reconciliation. His Holiness defined his pilgrimage to the Holy Land as a visit to the birthplace of the Christian faith.
The Pontiff’s pilgrimage will take him to Jerusalem, Nazareth and Bethlehem, and will take place between May 11th and May 15th 2009.

"In order to provide catholics around the world with as much information as possible regarding the pope visit, the Israel Ministry of tourism has set up a website that will cover all the planned pilgrimage details, and supply news and updates on the pope visit to Israel in real-time."

He also pointed out this video on Youtube:

Talia left a comment on the AA post, "THE HAPPIEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE." She reported, "I had a lovely wedding with a beautiful groom who still loves me, and a gorgeous, memorable day that was funny and perfect at once. Everything was fairytale perfect (thanks to the lovely planner I got from http://www.gatheringguide.com/ec/event_planners.html) and while we might not sell tabloids on our story, it's still a happy example. Love doesn't have to be serious or somber to be perfect."

I think we may have another Catholic Carnival on our hands. RAnn writes to say, "I am the author of This, That and the Other Thing. This is an invitation to you to participate in Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival. This will be a weekly meme in which bloggers can highlight posts somehow relating to Catholicism and invite others to visit their blogs. For more information, check out this week's post."

Jenny sent in a couple of videos on "Playing for Change; Peace Through Music." This first one I tried to embed but came seem to do. Here is a link to it though. Here is the second:

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