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BLESSED MARGARET OF CASTELLO CHAPTER
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CHAPTER MEETING

THIRD SATURDAY OF THE MONTH

SATURDAY, November 15, 2014

10:30 A.M., St. Mark's Catholic Church, Boise, Idaho

 

THE LINK FOR DISTANCE MEMBERS IS www.ustream.tv/channel/dominican-idaho.

 

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COLLOQUIUM on the SOCIAL DOCTRINE of the CATHOLIC CHURCH

9:00 o'clock a.m., Saturday, April 18, 2015

St. Mark's Catholic Church, Boise, Idaho

 (For more information: Here).

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CROSS OF REMEMBRANCE PROJECT, HOMEDALE, IDAHO


Inquiring about becoming a Lay memberof the Order of Preachers? Click Here.

Interested in attending the Chapter's monthly meeting?  Click Here.

Review 2014 meeting schedule.  Click Here.        FORMATION PAGE     FIRST YEAR FORMATION

    On Blessed Margaret of Castello.  Her Novena

    Devotions to St. Dominic [Our Lady of Grace Monastery (1956)].

    The Life of St. Dominic, by Rev. Pere H.D. LaCordaire.

    St. Rose of Lima

    For more information: chapter@dominicanidaho.org

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Apostolates


Archives


Bishop of Boise   Pray for our Ordinary


Blessed Margaret of Castello


Calendar of Saints [Dominican]


Catholic Social Doctrine   Article No. 1;   Article No. 2 (page 7)  Article No. 3


Colloquium on the Social Doctrine of the Catholic Church


Current Chapter Events & Calendar


Cemetery; Homedale


Chapter Contacts


Curricula 2014 [Monthly Meetings].


Dominican Chapterhouse, Homedale [Map to Chapterhouse].


Dominican Overseas Education & Relief Society [DOERS]


Dominican Western Province {Holy Name of Jesus)

    -  Friars

    -  Lay Members

    -  Truth be ToldNewsletter for the Laity of  the

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Formation Main Page -- [Monthly Meeting].

    First Year Formation


General Information


Homedale Apostolate


Lay Provincial Council 


Library, References, Resources [Excellent]
Links to other Dominican Websites

Liturgy of the Hours [See Link below]


Necrology, Chapter


ORGANIZATION, MEETINGS, OFFICERS, and CONTACTS.

Retreats and Colloquia


The Holy Rosary (Prayer & Study)


Rosary (How to say the Dominican Rosary)


The RULE for the Laity of the Order of Preachers


Social Justice


Wyoming Catholic College


Youth in Idaho; Dominican

 

St. Dominic converts the heretics.  The sheep (the faithful) are eaten by wolves (heretics), while the spotted dogs (Dominicans) do battle with the wolves.
 

A fresco by Simone Martini in the Spanish chapel of Santa Maria Novella in Florence

LENT 2011:

Lenten Reflection:

     To see the article, Click Here.


 

 


 

St. Dominic receives the rosary from the Blessed Virgin Mary
St. Dominic receives the rosary from the Blessed Virgin Mary
according to a vision of St. Catherine of Siena

LITURGY OF THE HOURS:

Universalis


 

Miscellany:

The primary Dominican web page

 Some Items of Interest from Dominican writers

The Seven Principles Essential to Protestantism by Fr. Bartholomew de la Torre, O.P.
The Three Ways of the Spiritual Life by Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.
Some Items of Interest from Opus Dei  How to Read Holy Scripture

Writings of Saint Josemaria Escriva

 A Priest Forever
Loyalty to the Church
Passionately Loving the World
The Supernatural Aim of the Church
Some General Items of Interest             FAITH AND PRIVATE JUDGEMENT by John Henry Newman
The Church from DIVINE INTIMACY by Fr. Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen, O.C.D.

More Catholic links 
What is Truth? From Crisis Magazine, True and False Tolerance
Passionate Latins? The passion flower...
Dominicans seen about town...
Spotted all over town, Lucy Kobusingye is one of our inquirers...


Blessed Margaret of Castello materials
Abortion holocaust monument:  Cemetery of the innocents

Pope Benedict XV (1914-1922), himself a Dominican Tertiary, said; "Among the means of holiness most useful and opportune for the defense and progress of Christian faith and morals in our day, we recognize the Dominican Third Order as one of the most eminent, easy and secure."
For further information on Lay Dominicans in Idaho, or for information about becoming a Lay Dominican, please call John Keenan, OPL at (208) 375-2532 or Mark Gross OPL at (208) 373-0102.   Or, you may contact John by email at john [at] keenan.org, or Mark at mgross [at] integrity.com.
 
Chapter Necrology
 

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