See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion


Holy Week

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Following at a distance with Our Lady.
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12 comments:

  1. Terry: You have the most lovely way with words...

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  2. Praying your Holy Week will be spiritually profitable.
    Angie

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  3. A Blessed Holy Week to everyone on the blog..

    Sara

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  4. I love this image of our Lady.
    Prayers to all as we live the Great Week with Her.

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  5. Mr. Nelson,

    where might we find a full length of this particular image?

    The story of the donkey that rode Christ into Jerusalem is very interesting.

    I especially like the legend of how the donkey got it's special brea.

    His normal cry wasn't loud enough for Saint Joseph to hear his warning on the way to Egypt, so the Donkey prayed for a cry that would be heard clearly over long distance.

    God blessed him with the Donkey's unique "Hee-Haw!" brea.

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  6. I don't normally advertise my website, but please do drop by and look under Sermons for the Holy Week Conference Sermons for the edification of souls.

    In your generosity, please say a Hail Mary for the Priests and a Hail Mary for the Nuns on my website.

    I will remember all the lonely people on Abbey Road...

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  7. Pablo - I will go to your site to read - thanks.

    Sorry about the image - it is the only one available - I didn't see a full version.

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  8. Mr. Nelson,

    They are audio Sermons for lazy people like me to listen to as we travel, meditate, or work and listen to something.

    It is always good for the sheep to hear the Sheppard's voice.

    No laity on my site; just Padres and Nuns.

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  9. Your website is very nice, Michael.

    Back at you, Padre...

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  10. Thank you, Miss Maria.

    I consider it a privilege to be able to have the site; I hope those hungering and thirsting come to view it.

    I do not want to muddy the refreshing waters of Priestly and Religious ministry by voicing my opinion on the web site.

    Please tell those you meet of the site.

    Mr. Nelson's blog is a fine one for those of us to meet.

    God be with you.

    Adios.

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  11. Also with you, Mr. Miguel..

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