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What is the Brown Scapular? (and how I'm really bad at it)

The brown scapular: what it is, how to wear it, and how I’m very bad at devotions. This post contains amazon affiliate links. If you purchase through the links, I make a small percentage at no extra cost to you. 1,689 more words

Prayer Life

Relativity: Space-time as experience

Then, in one singular moment, the confusion, the collage of faces, the alphabet soup, all of that disappeared. Later in the evening, I attempted to recall, in my journal, the afternoon and that moment: 707 more words
Haiti

Scapular dyskinesis increases the risk of future shoulder pain by 43% in asymptomatic athletes

First and foremost let me wish everyone a very Happy New Year, albeit a bit delayed, but still I hope 2018 will be a great year for each and everyone of you! 1,219 more words

Scapular

A scapular is a garment of monastic origins, resembling a long back-and-front apron with a hole in the middle to wear over the head.  It minimizes drafts through the open front of a gown; it can create a splash of color; or it can protect a robe (usually white) underneath from getting dirty. 341 more words

Creativity

Scapular dyskinesis increases the risk of future shoulder pain by 43% in asymptomatic athletes: a SR

This is a new editorial in BJSM just out. It is on the controversial topic of scapular dyskinesis. As we know, there has been a lot of hype on the focus on scapular dyskinesis when treating the shoulder amongst clinicians in recent years. 307 more words

Standard of unholy alliance

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J.M.J.

Solemn Commemoration of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mt. Carmel

“…This Habit of thy Order … a pledge of my eternal alliance” – to St. 331 more words

Christian Life

Our Lady of Mount Carmel - july 16th

The devotion to the Lady of Mount Carmel is a type of Marian mercy lived and promoted by the Family of the Carmelo. It is a devotion which has had wide spread among the faithful because it is easy and agrees with whichever mentality and continues to produce great spiritual fruits. 691 more words

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