May 272012

Weekly Benedict

This is the 19th volume of The Weekly Benedict ebook which is a compilation of the Holy Father’s writings, speeches, etc which I pull from Jimmy Akin’s The Weekly Benedict. This volume covers material released during the last week for 9 May – 21 May, 2012.

The ebook contains a table of contents and the material is arranged in sections such as Angelus, Speeches, etc in date order. The full index is listed on Jimmy’s site.

The Weekly Benedict – Volume 19 – ePub (supports most readers)

The Weekly Benedict – Volume 19 – Kindle

There is an archive for all of The Weekly Benedict eBook volumes.  This page is available via the header of this blog or from [here][weeklybenedict].

  4 Responses to “The Weekly Benedict eBook – Volume 19”

  1. Dear Jeff,

    Instead of praying today after church where our grandson received The Holy Sacrament of Confirmation on this special day of Solemnity ( ) where I’ve eaten the Body of Jesus and also par took of HIS BLOOD. Long story short Jeff, I con vic, “I” mean convinced myself to read some of what His Holiness wrote which you’ve so kindly supplied with the help of our pal Jimmy Akin but if truth be known, lately, I have not been praying that much.

    Anyway, to get to the point, I’ve stopped reading for awhile cause I came UP to this little pass age, I mean passage and I wondered why at the end of the sentence belolw, they put a small “h” while they were referring to “Jesus” our Risen Lord?

    (((Your special commitment is to keep alive the missionary vocation of all Christ’s disciples, so that each of you, according to the charism you have received from the Holy Spirit, can take part in the universal mission given by the Risen Lord to his Church.)))

    I hear ya! If you want English classes Victor, you came to the wrong site? 🙂


  2. Victor, the practice of capitalizing pronouns when referring to God (and Mary) is a pious tradition, but not an obligation. Many people do capitalize the pronouns out of respect, but it’s not disrespectful to follow the grammar rules and stick with the lower case. For many authors, it probably depends on what will most benefit their audience. You might also notice that he, his, etc are not capitalized in the Catechism or in many translations of the Bible. Hope this helps, and congratulations on your grandson’s Confirmation!

  3. (((congratulations on your grandson’s Confirmation!)))

    Thank You KYian for the kind words and the explanation!

    For what “IT” is worth, “I’ll” remember you when and/if me, myself and i get to accompany my soul and spirit to Heaven.

    God Bless

  4. Yes, congrat’s to your grandson! My 2nd daughter was also confirmed this past week – it was so absolutely beautiful! May our children and grandchildren always be filled with the Holy Spirit!

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