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Ken Oldenski Ken Oldenski
5 days, 6 hours ago
Perhaps Jesus was implying to the Gentile woman---"don't you know that some Jewish extremists call Gentile people the demeaning name 'dog' behind your back?" Then in a joking manner she said, " Lord, even the dogs under the table eat the children's scraps." Jesus enjoyed her sense of humor.
Egbe D . O Egbe D . O
3 weeks, 1 day ago
In the first place, i love Catholic church to the core. What Mother Teresa said here is true. My fellow faithful in Christ Jesus let us live a life of emulation, Love, Charity and Peace. WE ARE ALL BLESSED IN JESUS NAME... AMEN.
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3 weeks, 2 days ago
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3 weeks, 3 days ago
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Arora Chai Arora Chai
on 23/10/18
Hi, Maria J. I like your sharing of COR ORANS, yes I pray the devil will not succeed to kill the good sincere contemplative nuns who are the important heart of the mystical Body of Christ. They must not be forced to turn their back to Christ but be respected to stay put to their deep contemplative life as God has given them this consecrated vocation. God never forces people but respects their "freedom" even He loves them and wants them to be with Him in heaven after their earthly life, right?
Maria J. Maria J.
on 22/10/18
The COR ORANS has very nice descriptions of the life of cloistered contemplative nuns on one side, on the other side the demands to go out the papal enclosure to form/join federations, common novitiate etc. etc. does not looks like God's command because strict cloistered nuns live deep life of close union with Jesus so to oblige them to go out is like to force them to turn their backs to Jesus. Jesus Himself did correct St. Martha, "Martha, Martha, why are you so worry and fret about so many things? Only one thing is necessary, Mary has chosen the better part, it will not be taken away from her." Jesus also said "No one can serve two masters." Cloistered contemplative nuns also represent the heart of the mystical Body of Christ, the CHURCH, to move the heart out would weaken and kill the mystical Body of Christ....so sad indeed if cloistered contemplative nuns have to change their long-lived contemplative life, St. Teresa of Avila had worked so hard to reform the Carmelite Order to full contemplative life for her daughters, so please pray that Tesesian Discalced Carmelite nuns can be exempted from turning their loving attention from Jesus or else the devil will win his attempt to rob the brides of Jesus......The Church will suffer too...