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No fear can stand up to hunger, no patience can wear it out, disgust simply does not exist where hunger is; and as to superstition, beliefs, and what you may call principles, they are less than chaff in a breeze.
The hospital roommate of a man infected with novel coronavirus (NCoV)—a SARS-related virus first identified last year and already linked to 18 deaths—has contracted the illness himself, intensifying concerns about the virus’s ability to spread from person to person. Thus far, the human-to-human transmission of this virus has been somewhat limited, but given the ease of global travel today, it has managed to spread from the Middle East, where it was first detected, to Germany, the UK, and France. The World Health Organization is therefore advising public health officials to remain vigilant in evaluating and tracking cases of severe acute respiratory infection. More…Discuss
- First proof of patient-to-nurse infection of coronavirus in Saudi (familysurvivalprotocol.com)
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Today’s Birthday: RABINDRANATH TAGORE (1861) a Bengali poet, philosopher, artist and composer (a Renaissance Man)
Tagore was a Bengali poet, philosopher, artist, writer, and composer whose works reshaped Bengali literature and music in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His writings, which often exhibit rhythmic lyricism, colloquial language, and philosophical contemplation, received worldwide acclaim. He became Asia’s first Nobel laureate when he received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913. Knighted by the British government in 1915, Tagore resigned the honor four years later in protest of what? More… Discuss
Brink Of Eternity by Rabindranath TagoreIn desperate hope I go and search for her
in all the corners of my room;
I find her not.
My house is small
and what once has gone from it can never be regained.
But infinite is thy mansion, my lord,
and seeking her I have to come to thy door.
I stand under the golden canopy of thine evening sky
and I lift my eager eyes to thy face.
I have come to the brink of eternity from which nothing can vanish
—no hope, no happiness, no vision of a face seen through tears.
Oh, dip my emptied life into that ocean,
plunge it into the deepest fullness.
Let me for once feel that lost sweet touch
in the allness of the universe.
Published on Feb 14, 2013
A poem that bridges the seeking of a beloved person to the finding of God and the immersion into eternity. I am awestruck by this poem. Poem read by Owi Nandi.
Shortly after Labouré joined the Daughters of Charity, a religious order devoted to serving the poor, she reportedly began having visions of the Virgin Mary. In one, she was shown the design for what has come to be known as the Miraculous Medal, now worn by Christians the world over. Her role in the medal’s creation was concealed until after her death, so she lived out her life in relative obscurity. In 1947, she was canonized by the Roman Catholic Church. What invocation appears on the medal? More…Discuss
For three times in 1830 Our Lady appeared to Catherine Labouré, 24 year old novice of Daughters of Charity in Paris. During second apparition Virgin Mary showed Catherine the medal she wanted to be struck. We know it as Miraculous Medal. Here is the short presentation of the life of Saint Catherine Labouré, Daughter of Charity whom Virgin Mary revealed such gracious gift. (the film is courtesy of Sr. Patricia Evanick DC).
Krótka historia życia św. Katarzyny Labouré, Sostry Miłosierdzia św. Wincentego a Paulo, której w 1830 roku trzykrotnie objawiła się Najswiętsza Pani. W trakcie drugiego objawienia przekazała Katarzynie wizerunek medalu, który Matka Boża chciała aby został wybity. Medal ten znamy jako Cudowny Medalik. Prezentacja obecnie tylko w języku angielskim.
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Born circa 263 CE, Eusebius was a Greek historian of early Christianity. A bishop of Caesarea, Palestine, he may have been imprisoned during the Roman persecutions. His fame rests on hisEcclesiastical History, which preserves portions of works no longer extant. He was a staunch supporter of Constantine I‘s attempts to unify Christian doctrine, and his writings include Life of Constantine. Eusebius was excommunicated in 325 CE, after being accused of espousing what doctrine? More… Discuss
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The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, commonly known as Sacré-Cœur Basilica (French: Basilique du Sacré-Cœur, pronounced [sakʁe kœʁ]), is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica, dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris, France. A popular landmark, the basilica is located at the summit of the butte Montmartre, the highest point in the city. Sacré-Cœur is a double monument, political and cultural, both a national penance for the supposed excesses of the Second Empire and socialist Paris Commune of 1871 crowning its most rebellious neighborhood, and an embodiment of conservative moral order, publicly dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which was an increasingly popular vision of a loving and sympathetic Christ.
|Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Paris
Basilique du Sacré-Cœur (French)
|The Basilica of Sacré-Cœur, as seen from the base of the butte Montmartre.|
|Geographic coordinates||48°53′12.1″N2°20′34.8″ECoordinates: 48°53′12.1″N 2°20′34.8″E|
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Minor basilica|
|Website||Basilica of the Sacré Cœur|
|Length||35 metres (115 ft)|
|Width||85 metres (279 ft)|
|Height (max)||83 metres (272 ft)|
The Rondanini Pietà is a marble sculpture that Michelangelo worked on from the 1550s until the last days of his life, in 1564. It is housed in the Museum of Ancient Art of Sforza Castle in Milan. His final sculpture, the Rondanini Pietà revisited the theme of the Virgin Mary mourning over the body of the dead Christ, which he had first explored in his Pietà of 1499. Like his late series of drawings of the Crucifixion and the sculpture of the Deposition of Christ intended for his own tomb, it was produced at a time when Michelangelo’s sense of his own mortality (and with it his spirituality) was growing.
The Rondanini Pietà was begun before the Deposition, although in his dying days Michelangelo hacked at the marble block until only the dismembered right arm of Christ survived from the sculpture as originally conceived. The spectral, waif-like Virgin and Christ are a departure from the idealised figures that exemplified the sculptor’s earlier style, and have been said to bear more of a resemblance to the attenuated figures of Gothic sculpture than those of the Renaissance.
When viewing the sculpture from certain rear angles, it looks as if Jesus is holding Mary up with his back, instead of Mary cradling Jesus. It is said that Michelangelo carefully crafted it this way to represent how Jesus’s spirit might actually have been comforting Mary in her loss.
Published on Nov 10, 2012
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Profession of Faith Credo
A: We believe in one God, A: Credo in unum Deum, the Father, the Almighty, Patrem omnipotèntem, maker of heaven and earth, factòrem caeli et terrae, of all that is seen and unseen. visibìlium òmnium et invisibìlium. We believe in one Lord, Et in unum Dòminum Jesum Christum, Jesus Christ, Fìlium Dei unigènitum, the only Son of God, et ex Patre natum eternally begotten of the Father, ante òmnia sàecula God from God, Light from Light, Deum de Deo, lumen de lùmine, true God from true God, Deum verum de Deo vero, begotten, not made, gènitum, non factum, one in Being with the Father. consubstantiàlem Patri: Through him all things were made. per quem omnia facta sunt. For us men and our salvation, Qui propter nos hòmines et propter he came down from heaven: nostram salùtem descèndit de caelis. (All bow during these three lines) (All bow during these three lines) by the power of the Holy Spirit, Et incarnàtus est de Spìritu Sancto he was born of the Virgin Mary, ex Marìa Vìrgine, and became man. et homo factus est. For our sake he was crucified Crucifìxus etiam under Pontius Pilate, pro nobis sub Pòntio Pilàto; he suffered, died and was buried. passus et sepùltus est, On the third day he rose again et resurrèxit tèrtia die, in fulfillment of the Scriptures; secundum Scriptùras, he ascended into heaven et ascèndit in caelum, and is seated at the right hand sedet ad dèxteram of the Father. Patris. He will come again in glory Et ìterum ventùras est cum glòria, to judge the living and the dead, iudicàre vivos et mòrtuos, and his kingdom will have no end. cuius regni non erit finis. We believe in the Holy Spirit, Et in Spìritum Sanctum, the Lord, the giver of life, Dòminum et vivificàntem: who proceeds from the Father qui ex Patre Filiòque procèdit. and the Son. Qui cum Patre et Fìlio With the Father and the Son simul adoràtur he is worshipped and glorified. et conglorifcàtur: He has spoken through qui locùtus est the Prophets. per prophètas. We believe in one holy catholic Et unam, sanctam, cathòlicam, and apostolic Church. et apostòlicum Ecclèsiam. We acknowledge one baptism Confiteor unum baptìsma for the forgiveness of sins. in remissiònem peccatòrum. We look for the resurrection Et exspècto resurrectiònem of the dead, mortuòrum, and the life of the et vitam world to come. Amen. ventùri sàeculi. Amen. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Find the Latin Liturgy Association HERE
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The only worship that is allowed is that of the “dear leader” Kim Jong-Il and his father Kim Il-Sung. In North Korea, every other religious activity is labeled an act of insurrection against North Korean … (Rescue Christians.org)
Story of Isaac Leonard Cohen
The door it opened slowly,
My father he came in,was nine years old.
And he stood so tall above me,
His blue eyes they were shining
And his voice was very cold.
He said, I’ve had a vision
And you know I’m strong and holy,
I must do what I’ve been told.
So he started up the mountain,
I was running, he was walking,
And his axe was made of gold.
Well, the trees they got much smaller,
The lake a lady’s mirror,
We stopped to drink some wine.
Then he threw the bottle over.
Broke a minute later
And he put his hand on mine.
Thought I saw an eagle
But it might have been a vulture,
I never could decide.
Then my father built an altar,
He looked once behind his shoulder,
He knew I would not hide.
You who build these altars now
To sacrifice these children,
You must not do it anymore.
A scheme is not a vision
And you never have been tempted
By a demon or a god.
You who stand above them now,
Your hatchets blunt and bloody,
You were not there before,
When I lay upon a mountain
And my father’s hand was trembling
With the beauty of the word.
And if you call me brother now,
Forgive me if I inquire,
Just according to whose plan?
When it all comes down to dust
I will kill you if I must,
I will help you if I can.
When it all comes down to dust
I will help you if I must,
I will kill you if I can.
And mercy on our uniform,
Man of peace or man of war,
The peacock spreads his fan.
“He who trust no one, trust not oneself”
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Shinto, Japan‘s indigenous religion, cannot be traced to its beginnings because until the 5th century—when Chinese writing was introduced into Japan—the myths and rituals were transmitted orally. Although Shinto has no founder and no official scripture, its mythology and ancient beliefs and customs are collected in the Kojiki—”Record of Ancient Matters.” Prepared under imperial order in the early 8th century, it is the oldest extant chronicle in Japan. What myths does it include? More… Discuss
- Why were Shinto and Buddhism important to the development of Japanese culture (wiki.answers.com)
- After Tsunami, Japanese Turn To Ancient Rituals (threefishlimit.wordpress.com)
- Japanese Look To Ancient Traditions For Strength (huffingtonpost.com)