Bradford, England, UK; January 20, 1997 — UFO Network (Reblog)

Date of Sighting: 20-Jan-97 19:15 Location of Sighting: Bradford West, Yorkshire Brief Description of sighting: Five, round shaped flashing lights. Red and white in colour. They separated and went in different directions.

Bradford, England, UK; January 20, 1997 — UFO Network

Saint of the Day – 19 January – Saint Wulfstan (c 1008–1095) — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Saint of the Day – 19 January – Saint Wulfstan (c 1008–1095) Bishop of Worcester from 1062 to 1095, Monk, Prior, a man of extreme holiness and penitence who was admired by all, he was a he was a man of iron will, immense charm and unworldly humility and piety. and suffered no luxury, preferring […]

Saint of the Day – 19 January – Saint Wulfstan (c 1008–1095) — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 19 January – The Thirst for Justice — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 19 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Thirst for Justice “Jesus commands us, in the Beatitudes, to seek justice, that is perfection in the fulfilment of our obligations to God, to ourselves and, to our neighbour.He commands us, to hunger and thirst for this justice, which is […]

Thought for the Day – 19 January – The Thirst for Justice — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 17 January – The Help of God — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 17 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Help of God “There are several passages in Sacred Scripture which emphasise clearly and effectively, our utter weakness and dependence on God.“Not that we are sufficient of ourselves,” says St Paul, “to think anything, as from ourselves but our sufficiency […]

Thought for the Day – 17 January – The Help of God — AnaStpaul

Reading Ramblings – January 17, 2021 — Living Apologetics (Reblog)

Date: Second Sunday after the Epiphany – January 17, 2021 Texts: 1 Samuel 3:1-20; Psalm 139:1-10; 1 Corinthians 6:12-20; John 1:43-51 Context: The liturgical season of Epiphany started Janury 6 – 12 days after Christmas. Last Sunday was the festival of the Baptism of Our Lord, so this is the second Sunday after the Epiphany. […]

Reading Ramblings – January 17, 2021 — Living Apologetics

Thought for the Day – 16 January – I Am Not Able — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 16 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) I Am Not Able “Whenever we feel called upon to make some sacrifice for Jesus or, to form some good resolution, how often do we cry: “I am not able!”It may be a question of praying more fervently, of performing some […]

Thought for the Day – 16 January – I Am Not Able — AnaStpaul

One Minute Reflection – 15 January – “Your destruction comes from you” — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

One Minute Reflection – 15 January – Friday of the First week in Ordinary Time, Readings: Hebrews 4:1-5, 11, Psalms 78: 3 and 4, 6-7, 8, Mark 2:1-12and the Feast of Our Lady of Banneux/Our Lady of the Poor (1933) and St Maurus OSB (c 512-584) And when Jesus saw their faith, he said to the paralytic, “Son, your sins are forgiven.” […]

One Minute Reflection – 15 January – “Your destruction comes from you” — AnaStpaul

Thought for the Day – 13 January – The Grace of God — AnaStpaul (Reblog)

Thought for the Day – 13 January – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971) The Grace of God “It is astonishing to consider how much St Paul accomplished when he had been transformed by the grace of God.Formerly, a persecutor of Christians, he became the Apostle of the Gentiles.Enlightened by faith and inspired by charity, […]

Thought for the Day – 13 January – The Grace of God — AnaStpaul

30 Blog Post Ideas & Calendars | January — Elaine Howlin (Reblog)

I’m definitely a planner when it comes to my content. One of the things I like to do each month is look up what events are coming up and mark them on a calendar along with my ideas and keep it over my desk. This way I always have something to write about and I […]

30 Blog Post Ideas & Calendars | January — Elaine Howlin

Book Review: Good Girl, Bad Blood, Holly Jackson — The Book Lovers’ Sanctuary (Reblog)

“What do you do when the things that are supposed to protect you, fail you like that” A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder seemed to explode over my social media last year – and it warranted the press and publicity once I got round to reading it. Pip Fitz-Amobi’s investigation into Andie Bell’s disappearance and […]

Book Review: Good Girl, Bad Blood, Holly Jackson — The Book Lovers’ Sanctuary