Tag Archive | incarnate: fleshy/ carnal/ meaty

CARNIVAL! Time to let yourself have some fun before Lent!

CARNIVAL! Dear Friends, Well, this week the Big Easy and Rio have one thing in common — one huge party! And what is so interesting its very Catholic.  It’s a time to let your hair down before the strike of midnight Ash Wednesday when we  Catholics used to abstain from meat during  the six-week Lenten season. The […]

Advent Day 4 ~ Our God becomes flesh

Wednesday of the First Week of Advent Dear Friends, If you’re new to this Advent blog,  I recommend reading Welcome to Advent.Click here to get an overview of the Advent season. Today, let us reflect on the mystery of the Incarnation ~ the Christmas portion of our faith. (Again if you do not accept this as an article […]

Advent Day 4 ~ Our God becomes flesh

Our God became flesh. He saves us as man. God really, really likes the human race! (The doctrine of the INCARNATION has the root “carn” or “meat” ~ meaning flesh. Thus, also “carnal”, “carnival.” Or “The world, the flesh and the devil. Interesting, huh?

Advent Day 4 – Our God becomes flesh

Wednesday of the First Week of Advent Dear Friends, If you’re new to this Advent blog,  I recommend reading Welcome to Advent.Click here.to get an overview of the Advent season. Today, let us reflect on the mystery of the Incarnation — the Christmas portion of our faith.  (Again if you do not accept this as an […]

Advent Day 4 – Our God becomes flesh

Wednesday of the First Week of Advent Dear Friends, If you’re new to this Advent blog,  I recommend reading Welcome to Advent 2009 to get an overview of the Advent season. Today, let us reflect on the mystery of the Incarnation — the Christmas portion of our faith.  (Again if you do not accept this […]