INDEX
ARTICLES.- 1. Mary Magdalen, 2.The Magi, 3. Angels, 4. The Kingdom, 
5. Candlemass, 6. The Oxford Movment, 7. The Transfiguration, 8. Holy Cross Day, 9. Martyrdom, 10. Imitation of Christ, 11. Ember Days, 12. Mary and the Gardener, 13. St. Athanasius, 14. The Cost of Discipleship, 15. Santiago de Compostela, 16. Freedom in Christ, 17. St. Jerome and the Holy Women of Rome, 18. St. Francis and Sister Death; 19. Saul/Paul of Tarsus; 20. George Herbert, Priest and Poet; 21. The Home at Bethany; 22Monasticism; 23. James; Dead Sea Scrolls;. 
CHURCH HISTORY .  1. The Persecuted Church, 2. Church and State. 3. The Ministry and Worship of the Church to c.160, 4. The Pauline Legacy; 5. Arianism and the Cappadocian Fathers; 6. The School of Alexandria; 7. The School of Antioch;

ECUMENISM - 1. That they all may be one.
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LIVES  OF SAINTS

MEDITATIONS - 1. St. Francis, 2. The Transfiguration; 3. Our Lady of Sorrows; Stations of the Cross. .
SERVICES - 1. Office for the Dead; 2. Service of Light;
The Marian Year-  1. The Annuciation, 2.The Mother of God, 3. Visitation, 4. Mary in May, 5. Dormition, 6. Nativity, 7. Lady of Sorrows, 8. Rosary Month, 9. Presentation of Mary in the Temple; 10. The Conception.
POEMS. For the Christian Year;
PROSE
SAINTS January; FebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJuly;
 AugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember.
SEASONAL -
"Let the soul of Mary be in each of you to magnify the Lord.
Let the spirit of Mary be in each one to exult in God.
According to the flesh one woman is the mother of Christ, but according to faith, Christ is the fruit of all men and women."   - St. Ambrose.
WOMEN AND THE CHURCH - 1. Ministry of Women in the Apostolic Church, 2. Feminine Martyrs, 3. Beginning of Women Monasticism, 4. Women as Missionaries and Abbesses; 5. The Beguines.  6. Mary of Magdala
"We shall never completely know ourselves if we do not strive to know God."
St. Teresa of Avila.
 "Give me, O Lord, a heart that thinks on you,
 a soul that delights in you,
 a mind that contemplates you,
 and a reason that always remains faithful  
 to you, most sweet one,
 and loves you wisely, O most wise love."
  St. Augustine. 
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REFLECTIONS
We are citizens of heaven, enrolled in our native land on high, and fellow choristers of the cherubim.
St. John Chrysostom
DEVOTIONAL - 1. Anselm's prayer to Mary Magdalen; 2. The Nativity; 3. Thomas Becket; 4. The PassionLenten Sundays;
- 1. St. Augustine of Hippo, 2.Edward the Confessor, 3. St. Ignatius of Antioch, 4. Gregory the Great, 5. St. Barnabas, 6. John the  Baptist, 7. St. Boniface, 8. St. Dominic, 9. St. Bernard, 10. St. Cecilia; 11. St. Martin de Tours; 12. St. Jerome and the Vulgate; 13. St. Laurence; 14. St. Remigius; 15. St. Benedict 16. St. Augustine of Canterbury. 17. Blessed Charles de Foucauld; 18. Francis Xavier
- 1. Sunrise Reflections2. Remembrance
1. Praying, 2. Sharing, 3. Being. 4. On Love; 5. The Powerful Name of Jesus; 6. Mary of Magdala; 
1. Holy Spirit, 2. The Blessed Sacrament, 3. Commemoration for the Dead, 4. Advent, 5. Christmas, 6. Epiphany, 7. Candlemass , 8. Shrove Tuesday, 9. Ash Wednesday, 10. Lent, 11. Holy Week , 12. Triduum , 13. Easter , 14. Pentecost; 15. The Annunciation, 16. Trinity Sunday; 17. The  Dormition.; 18. Corpus Christi  19. The Transfiguration; 20. All Saints; 21. All Souls'Day; 22. Holy Name; 23. Hallow e'en;  24. St. Stephen;25. St. John;27.Holy Innocents; 28. Holy Family; 29. Dedication of John Lateran;
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O Lord, the help of the helpless,
The saviour of the storm-tossed,
The harbour of voyagers,
the physician of the sick;
We pray to you.
O Lord you know each of us and our petitions;
You know each house and its needs;
Receive us all into your kingdom;
Make us children of light,
And bestow your peace and love upon us.
     
    -  St. Basil, Bishop of Caesarea.
4. Celebrating Candlemass. 5. Shrove Tuesday.
WOMEN WITH VISION. 1. Mary Magdalen; 2. St. Monnica; 3. St. Clare; 4. St. Margery of Kempe'; 5. St. Hugeberc Abbess of Hidesheim; 6. St. Jane Frances de Chantal;7. Julian of Norwich; 8. St. Teresa of Avila; 9. St. Helena;10. St. Hildegard;
THE BIBLE   1. God's Covenant with His people; 2. God delivers His people; 3. The Pauline Legacy; 4. Wisdom Literature; 5. Scripture in the early Church; 6.The Psalms;
CATECHESIS - 1. Baptism, 2. The Creed, 3. Praying, 4. The Eucharist, 5. The Lesser Sacraments, 6. Worship, 7. Doctrine, 8. The Christian Virtues, 9. The Life of Christ, 10. The Bible. 11. The ChristianYear. 12. Pashca Preparation; 13. Jews' Passover;14. Christians' Passover; 15. Christ's  Passover; 16.Holiness; 17. The Paschal Vigil Readings;
18.Scripture
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God be in my head
And in my understanding.
God be in my eyes
And in my looking.
God be in my speaking
And in my heart,
And in my thinking.
God be at my end
And in my departing.
O Holy Spirit, Giver of light and life, impart to us thoughts higher than our own thoughts and prayers better than our own prayers, that we may spend and be spent in the ways of love and goodness, after the perfect image of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Amen.  
May the strength of God guide us,
May the power of God perserve us,
May the wisdom of God instruct us,
May the hand of God lead us,
May the shield of God defend us.
May Christ be with us,
Christ before us,
Christ behind us,
Christ around us,
Christ within us,
This day and for evermore. Amen.

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EXAMINATION OF CONSCIENCE
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