Category Archives: Prayer

Happy New Year Revolution

Yup.  It is me; still breathing. Out of hiding at last. I hope that you and yours are having a very blessed Christmas season. This has been a challenging Christmas season in Casa Kehoe. My dear husband was and is … Continue reading

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Make no promises. Tell no lies

This blog has been AWOL for quite some time, and it is not the first time. But this time I am not going to promise to be a more faithful blogger. That, clearly, has been an epic fail. I don’t … Continue reading

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Pray, Abstain, Fast for Liberty

The bishops of the United States are calling us to dedicate our Lenten practice of prayer and abstinence from meat to the preservation of our right to religious liberty. In addition they are asking us to fast. Below is the … Continue reading

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Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia: Pray and Fast for Religious Freedom

H/T Creative Minority Report and Neal Obstat.     We beg God for the preservation of our great and beautiful country, and of the freedom we have all enjoyed and been privileged to share with others.  The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia … Continue reading

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Practice silence and be prepared for hell to break loose. UPDATE

Dr. Thomas Neal, who I introduced in this post, has a thought provoking post on cultivating silence. Excerpt: “But more, silence that is pregnant with consent, with a receptivity that is not merely an absence of sound but presence to … Continue reading

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God, Prayer and Tebow Time

My favorite deacons is a very happy Bronco fan. He was leading the Youth Group on Sunday evening, but I sent him several text messages to keep him up on the Bronco vs Steelers score. I don’t understand football, so … Continue reading

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Even in the Darkness God is Near

Zenit has the translation of yesterday’s general audience.  The Pope continued his school of  prayer with a reflection on Psalm 3. He concludes by reminding  us that God always answers our prayers: “Dear brothers and sisters, Psalm 3 presents us … Continue reading

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Prayer Requests

Well I am not going to be around these parts much during the Triddium.  I have a lot to do in preparation for the Elect and Candidates reception into the Church. As you prepare to celebrate the paschal mystery of … Continue reading

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Lord Teach Us To Pray

Why is prayer such a struggle?  It should come naturally, but it seldom does. Well except when we are in really big trouble.  There are many reasons that prayer is a battle. Monsignor Pope has an interesting take in his … Continue reading

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The Most Powerful Prayer in the World

Prayer is often difficult. In the fourth pillar of the Catechism, Christian prayer, there  is an article on the Battle of Prayer (#2725-2745). We know that to have a relationship with God we must pray. We must pour out our … Continue reading

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