The Fleet Sources –13 February 2022 – Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time – 12C

Be Still and Know That I Am God (N)– Pray Without Ceasing (C)–
From Your Lips to God’s Ear (T)

Catechism of the Catholic Church – (CCC 1813)

USCCB – Acts of Faith, Hope, and Charity

Catholic Tradition – Traditional Catholic Prayers, Acts of Faith, Hope, and Charity


Church Builders (N)– Builders of the Church (C) –
Church Builders:  Sts. Cyril and Methodius (T)

 Orthodox Wiki – Cyril and Methodius

Catholic Online – Sts. Cyril and Methodius

Britannica – Saints Cyril and Methodius, Christian theologians

Catholic Insight – Cyril and Methodius: Brothers and Missionaries of the Slavs


Scriptural Secrets (N)– Hidden Gems (C)– Buried Treasure (T)

Catechism of the Catholic Church – (CCC 1716, 2546)


Catechetical Corner (N)– Catholic Passport (C)– Catholic I.D. (T)

 Catechism of the Catholic Church – (CCC 475, 1805)

Mitch, C. (2010). Introduction to the Gospels. In The Ignatius Catholic Study Bible: The New Testament (p. 118). San Francisco: Ignatius Press.
Morally (St. Ambrose, In Lucam): the Lucan Beatitudes reflect the four cardinal virtues. The poor exhibit temperance as they shun the vain and excessive pleasures of the world. The hungry display justice as they share the plight of the lowly and give to those who have little. Those who weep exercise prudence as they lament the vanity of temporal things and look to what is eternal. Those hated by men exercise fortitude because they persevere when persecuted for their faith (CCC 1805–9).”


*Tugboat Challenge: Practicing a virtue.




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