Archive for December 12th, 2008

Newman Research Library – Venerable John Henry Cardinal Newman

Posted on December 12, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

excerpt from Sermon II – Faith Without Sight –
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Everyone who tries to do God’s
will, is sure to find he cannot do it perfectly.
He will feel himself to be full of imperfection and sin ; and the
more he succeeds in regulating his heart, the more he
will discern its original bitterness and guilt.

Here is an additional cause of a religious man’s looking out of
himself. He knows the evil of his nature, and forebodes
God’s wrath as its consequence ; and when he looks
around him, he sees it reflected from within upon the
face of the world. He fears ; and, in consequence, seeks
about for some means of propitiating his Maker, for
some token, if so be, of God’s relenting.
He cannot stay at home ; he cannot rest in himself ; he wanders
about from very anxiety ; he needs some one to speak
peace to his soul.

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Kenrick-Glennon Seminary mp3 – Annual Christmas Novena

Posted on December 12, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

http://www.kenrick.edu/events/2008/12-novena/index.html

mp3
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Christmas Novena Night 1: Msgr. Vernon Gardin
Homily: Put on New Garments for Advent
The Alb with Red Stripes
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2008 Christmas Novena Homilists:
Night 1 (December 2)Rev. Msgr. Vernon E. Gardin
Night 2 (December 3)Rev. Arthur L. Trapp, C.M.
Night 3 (December 4)Rev. Edward G. Nemeth
Night 4 (December 5)Rev. Lawrence C. Brennan
Night 5 (December 6)Rev. Mr. Kevin J. Stockbridge
Night 6 (December 7)Rev. Msgr. Ted L. Wojcicki
Night 7 (December 8)Rev. Msgr. Timothy P. Cronin
Night 8 (December 9)Rev. Msgr. Michael E. Turek
Night 9 (December 10)Most Rev. Robert J. Hermann
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