New Papal Synotal Environment LWIL # 40

New Papal Synotal Environment LWIL # 40 October 9, 2023

The church has been very active in the last week. New Synod, New Writing from the Pope, Anniversary from when St. JP2 visited the white house. Relive and rediscovery the events of history and the present as you read about ….

What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.  

DAILY DEFENSE PODCAST w JIMMY AKIN  Justification in James 2 | Catholic Answers Podcasts

Monday October 2, 2023

The Holy Guardian Angels

A Catholic Adventurer@forthequeenbvm (, 2023)Your #GuardianAngel was not forced, but was asked, and CHOSE to protect you. The first decision your #angel made was to love you, from before time began. How wonderful is that?  #CatholicTwitter

Day 275: Esther Becomes Queen — The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube
Day 275: Superstition, Idolatry, and Magic — The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube

DAILY DEFENSE PODCAST w JIMMY AKIN  Between Two Robbers? | Catholic Answers Podcasts

Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.

  •  Quote of the Day

    Traci Rhoades@tracesoffaith (Oct 2, 2023) I don’t think I’m ever gonna call this app anything but Twitter. Does that make me old?

    Fr. Joseph Krupp@Joeinblack (Oct 2, 2023) After Mom died, I asked dad if he wanted to move into the rectory with me, and he agreed. His first night in the rectory, the emergency line rang at 2:30 AM. I jumped out of bed and threw my Cassock on, got the dog ready and opened my bedroom door to find dad standing there with his rosary and iPad in hand. He has joined me for every hospice, hospital, and death call since he moved in with me. He stays in the car and prays his rosary, watches the dog and if I take too long, he plays sudoku. This is the man I was blessed to grow up with, a man he has spent 87 years becoming. This is the man I model my life after. Fidelity, service, strength under control, sacrifice…all of that and more. Happy birthday dad. I love you so very much.

Tuesday October 3, 2023

Day 276: Haman’s Plan — The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube
Day 276: Irreligion and Atheism — The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube

DAILY DEFENSE PODCAST w JIMMY AKIN  Who Is the Greatest? | Catholic Answers Podcasts

Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.

  •  Quote of the Day

    Owl! at the Library ��‍♀️@SketchesbyBoze: (Oct 3, 2023) call me crazy but I want a society where everyone from the artist to the janitor is paid a living wage, where creative hobbies and careers aren’t being stolen by machines, where poetry and music and literature are celebrated and respected.

Wednesday October 4, 2023

Saint Francis of Assisi

Catholic News Agency@cnalive (October 4, 2023) Pope Francis opened the Synod on Synodality’s three-week assembly with a call for the Church to face today’s challenges with a gaze fixed on God rather than “political calculations or ideological battles.”
Pope Francis@Pontifex (October 4, 2023)  The #Synod serves to remind us of this: our Mother the Church is always in need of purification, of being “repaired”, for we are a People made up of forgiven sinners, always in need of returning to the source, who is Jesus, to reach everyone with his Gospel.

Day 277: Such a Time as This — The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube
Day 277: Agnosticism and Graven Images — The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube

DAILY DEFENSE PODCAST w JIMMY AKIN  The Jewish People and the Old Testament Canon | Catholic Answers Podcasts

Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.

1. “Praise God for all his creatures”. This was the message that Saint Francis of Assisi proclaimed by his life, his canticles and all his actions. In this way, he accepted the invitation of the biblical Psalms and reflected the sensitivity of Jesus before the creatures of his Father: “Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they neither toil nor spin, yet I tell you, even Solomon in all his glory was not clothed like one of these” (Mt 6:28-29). “Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten in God’s sight” (Lk 12:6). How can we not admire this tenderness of Jesus for all the beings that accompany us along the way!-LAUDATE DEUM

  •  Quotes of the Day

    Tom@DigestTom (Oct 4, 2023) If trads walked into a Mass during the Middle Ages, “Great Age of Faith” that they idolize, they’d have a heart attack. If not at seeing animals roaming around, then maybe when the peasant cries out “Heave it higher Sir Priest!” or a guy breaks a paxbrede over a clerk’s head

    Meg Hunter-Kilmer@MegHunterKilmer (Oct 4, 2023) I was praying about a possible job which would mean a possible home so then a possible walk to work so then possibly walking in bad weather so then POSSIBLE RAIN BOOTS and I sat up straight with a giant grin because when you live out of a Corolla you don’t get to have rain boots.

Thursday October 5, 2023

Saint Faustina Kowalska, Virgin; USA: Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, Priest

National Rhode Island Day  (my state)

Day 278: Power in Weakness — The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube
Day 278: The Second Commandment — The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube

DAILY DEFENSE PODCAST w JIMMY AKIN Lest Any Man Should Boast | Catholic Answers Podcasts

Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.

  •  Quotes of the Day

    Old Haunted Tree �@OldHollowTree (October 5, 2023) You need to be bobbing for apples. You need to be trying to eat a donut hanging from a string. You need to be showing your children that their strong father can be an autumnal goofball capable of joyful abandon.

    Melody Lyons@melodymlyons (October 5, 2023)
    Carrying a pregnancy to term is a natural act that is consonant with the design of the body. Allowing the development of the child to progress isn’t force. Abortion is force. Forced entry. Forced death of a human. Forced disruption of biologically normative process….

    A man being paid to forcibly open the cervix and enter a woman’s body with instruments of harm is a violation of two bodies. The physical and emotional consequences of such an act of violence should not be ignored, especially in women who have been previously traumatized by rape. The pro-abortion movement abandons these women in their trauma.

    Owl! at the Library ��‍♀️@SketchesbyBoze (October 5, 2023) I love reading Shakespeare because he’ll go “here’s a shattering insight about death” and then he’ll go “here are twenty puns about sex” in the same speech.

    Peter T Chattaway@ptchat (October 5, 2023) Has any movie ever had as many competing and mutually contradictory sequels and prequels as #TheExorcist? Five movies and one TV series that don’t agree with each other *at all*. Even #TheTerminator isn’t so convoluted. (At least one of *those* sequels is considered canonical.)

Friday October 6, 2023

 Saint Bruno, Priest; USA: Blessed Marie Rose Durocher, Virgin

Day 279: Blessings and Burdens — The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube
Day 279: False Oaths — The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube

DAILY DEFENSE PODCAST w JIMMY AKIN Does Mary’s Perpetual Virginity Matter? | Catholic Answers Podcasts

Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.

  •  Quote of the Day

    Steve Skojec@TheSkojecFile (October 6, 2023) Your daily reminder that sugar suppresses the immune system, causes inflammation, and makes you fat. It’s also an addictive drug. Just say no!

Saturday October 7, 2023

Our Lady of the Rosary

Catholic News Agency@cnalive (October 7, 2023) On October 7, the Catholic Church celebrates the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. Known for several centuries as “Our Lady of Victory,” the feast day takes place in honor of a 16th century naval victory which secured Europe against Turkish invasion.  

Day 280: The People of the Covenant — The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube
Day 280: The Christian Name — The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube

DAILY DEFENSE PODCAST w JIMMY AKIN  The Role of the Church Fathers | Catholic Answers Podcasts

Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.

  •  Quote of the Day

    Emily Katherine@EmilyKath319 (October 7, 2023) Purgatory may be akin to being an overnight guest, waking up fairly early, and fairly hungry, and wondering how long you have to politely lay there since you need to kinda wait for your host to wake up first, and laying there thinking about it makes every minute seem like an hour

Sunday October 8, 2023

TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

Day 281: Good and Evil — The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube
Day 281: Keep Holy the Lord’s Day — The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) – YouTube

DAILY DEFENSE PODCAST w JIMMY AKIN Cafeteria Christianity | Catholic Answers Podcasts

Here’s What Happen  Last Week and Year in Life.

  •  Quote of the Day

    Father Jim Sichko@JimSichko (October 9, 2023) Walking downtown O’falon,MO having breakfast. A passerby waved&came up to me&said,”I’m sorry,I thought you were someone else.”&I said,”I am.”


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