Month: May 2018


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Ettiquette is not only about behaviour at a party or formal meeting.



1. One must fast for at least 1 hour before receiving Holy Communion. The only exceptions are medicine, water or unless someone is ill and needs to eat sooner.

2. Don’t pack a snack basket for kids. It’s no picnic. The only exceptions would be milk for infants, water for the priest or choir and sick.

3. Don’t bite your nails, it indicates nervousness. Don’t shake your legs, it indicates tension. Don’t fidget with your hair, it indicates distraction. You may haven’t been taught this when you were young, that it is wrong to focus on any other person or object, when the focus should be on God alone.

4. Never chew gum in Church. It breaks your fast.

5. Cross yourself with Holy Water on entering and leaving the church. This is a reminder of our Baptism, which made us members of Christ’s Church.

6. Dress cleanly neatly and modestly, the mass is not a fashion show. And Christmas and Easter masses are not a part of Fashion Week.
Dress in a way that gives witness to Christ and to your faith
Dressing should not be with the intention to attract others or to get the attention of Others or to seduce anyone.

Don’t go for mass to check out who is attractively or badly dressed in the church .

7. Come early and be as close to the altar as possible. Don’t walk in when half the mass is over. Don’t stand outside the Church. One shouldn’t go for mass for the heck of it or to be noticed or to please others or to avoid uncomfortable questions.

8. Cell phones should never be used during Mass for checking messages, making calls or texting. Keep them on silent mode. No call is more important than mass.

9. Youngsters should offer their seats to the pregnant, sick or aged who are standing.

10. When we enter and leave Church, genuflect (bow your knee) toward the Tabernacle. Christ is present for our sake. By allowing our right knee to hit the floor, we acknowledge He is our Lord and God. If someone is physically unable to genuflect, then a bow is sufficient. During Mass, if you pass in front of the altar or tabernacle, bow reverently.

11. Sit quietly in Church. Don’t talk or make comments in the church on what others wear.
You don’t go there to judge anyone’s dressing style, make -up or accessories.

12. Take loud children behind. Sometimes the baby will be restless. Parents with young kids should sit at the end of a pew, so that you can take the kid behind quickly. Don’t joke with them & disturb others during Mass. Stop them from playing with hymn books and reading material. Don’t joke or play with toddlers during mass.

13. Prepare your offering before Mass. Christ tells us not to let your left hand know what your right hand is doing when you make your offering. Keeping the basket while you get your wallet out can be quite a scene. Digging the basket for change is wrong. Come to mass with your offering prepared.

14. No sleeping, day-dreaming, bulletin reading or fun making during mass. Be serious and sincere, Pay attention to God’s Word.

15. Respect the worship. Stand during the gospel reading and other set time during worship. Kneel at the consecration, it is part of worship. The only exceptions are for the sick, people with knee problems, aged and those with infants. If you can’t kneel occupy a pew that does not obstruct the view of the Lord from those who do kneel.

16. Bow before receiving Holy Communion, you are before God.

17. Say Amen and bow before receiving Communion. Do not drop the host, or play with it with your tongue or bite it.

18. Do not leave early. We should stay to the end of the final blessing and the recessional hymn that accompanies it, if there is one. Remember who left the Last Supper early (Judas).

19. Pray after Mass, thanking God for His abundant blessings.

20. Leave quietly. We encourage you to visit others especially your priests as a part of Christian fellowship, but once yo

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!2018 – 10 benefits of Castor Oil

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1. A natural purgative

One of the better-known uses of castor oil is in the relief of constipation. This painful condition poses health threats it not treated promptly. A dose of fifty grams of castor oil mixed into warm milk (perhaps with a little added ginger) gets the waste moving through the colon out of the system. Since castor oil happens to be so rich in fatty acids, it does not easily get absorbed in the intestines, and so it performs its bowel emptying function very effectively. However, be careful not to overdo the dose as too much castor oil can also be harmful.

2. Provides a booster to your natural immune system

The human body’s immune system defends it against infection and disease. Weak immune systems expose you to a range of potentially serious risks. The strength of your immune system depends in part on diet, exercise and genetic factors. Any substance that boosts this system’s effectiveness performs a valuable service. The benefits castor oil brings in this context include improved blood flow, encouraging the creation of the lymphocyte white blood cells that fight bacteria, and enhancing the health of the thymus gland.

3. Helps ensure that you get a good night’s sleep

Problems of insomnia are nothing new, but twenty-first-century lifestyles seem to have aggravated them. So many people seem to find it hard to get to sleep and have sufficient sleep. The wide use of sleeping tablets shows so many trying to overcome insomnia. It is definitely much safer to try a natural insomnia cure. Castor oil advocates claim that rubbing the eyelids with castor oil at bedtime relaxes the body and this encourages you to fall into a refreshing sleep.

4. Aids the body to fight off fungal infections

The undecylenic acid found in castor oil helps to stop the development of fungal infections. The natural medicine experts believe that it offers a cure for common yeast infections and athletes foot. It receives many recommendations for its role as a good treatment for ringworm. Statistics show that almost one out of five people get this skin condition at least once in their lives. Castor oil offers a safe means to kill off this infection without raising the concerns associated with some of the drugs supplied by pharmacies.

5. Protection against burned skin

Anyone exposed to strong sunlight for a period should protect their skin with clothing and suntan lotion. Nevertheless, it is difficult to avoid painful sunburn every time, so it is good to know that castor oil helps relieve sunburn pains. The ricinoleic acid it contains guard blistered skin against infection. It also reduces the inflammations sunburn so easily causes. Just make sure you do not apply too much castor oil to your skin since overuse can also do damage.

6. The cosmetic value of castor oil

People have discovered that castor oil can help to improve their complexions. For example, some use as a remedy for that blight of the teenage years, acne. The ointments commonly sold in pharmacies usually contain commbenzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid that dry out the skin. In contrast, castor oil moisturizes the skin while cleansing it. Some use it as a general facial cleaner to remove spots and dead skin. However, since a few people might have an allergy, apply a small patch of castor oil to your arm. Leave the oil in place for a day, and if there is no allergic reaction, you know it is safe to use on your face.

7. Aids a woman to give birth

While the complications of premature births receive plenty of publicity, it is also not so healthy for a birth delay that does far past the due date. Doctors induce birth after a certain amount of time passes, but this can be very unpleasant. If the expectant woman drinks a spoonful or two of castor oil, it could stimulate the bowels and start contractions. Yet because of the risks of taking too much castor oil, or setting off an allergy, only use this birthing aid with a doctor’s knowledge and approval.

8. Get rid of that migraine

If someone suffers regularly from migraines or headaches they should get a checkup – perhaps all they need is a new pair of spectacles, or they have a more serious health issue. For those who get an occasional headache, castor oil offers real relief. Take a teaspoon of the oil and rub it into your forehead for a minute. Those painful migraine symptoms start to become less severe within a few minutes of this treatment.

9. A possible remedy for hair loss

The search for a cure for hair loss has occupied people for ages. Instead of seeking a solution in some mysterious compound marketed by someone with dubious medical qualifications, humble castor oil could offer a cheap and effective solution. If applied to hair roots on a regular basis it can improve hair and scalp quality, and even encourage hair growth.

10. Helpful in arthritis treatments

Could castor oil have a role to play in treatments of painful and potentially debilitating arthritis conditions? The idea sounds very strange, but natural healers say that it contains anti-inflammatory substances that help relieve arthritis pains. They suggest the sufferer massages affected joints with castor oil, and for maximum effect, drink a few teaspoon of castor oil mixed with warm water.

!2018 – Why God made Mums :)

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WHY GOD MADE MUMS.   Answers given by 2nd grade school children to the following questions: 

  Why did God make mothers? 

 1.  She’s the only one who knows where the scotch tape is. 

   2.  Mostly to clean the house. 

   3.  To help us out of there when we were getting born. 
      How did God make mothers? 

   1.  He used dirt, just like for the rest of us. 

   2.  Magic plus super powers and a lot of stirring. 

   3.  God made my mom just the same like he made me.   

          He just used bigger parts. 
      What ingredients are mothers made of? 

    1.  God makes mothers out of clouds and angel hair and everything nice in the world and one dab of mean.. 

    2.     They had to get their start from men’s bones.  Then they mostly use string, I think. 
      Why did God give you your mother 

      and not some other mom? 

    1.  We’re related. 

    2.  God knew she likes me a lot more than other people’s mom like me. 
     What kind of a little girl was your mom? 

    1.  My mom has always been my mom and none 

          of that other stuff. 

    2.  I don’t know because I wasn’t there, but my 

          guess would be pretty bossy.. 

    3.  They say she used to be nice.. 
   What did mom need to know about 

   dad before she married him? 

   1.  His last name. 

   2.  She had to know his background.  Like is he a 

         crook?  Does he get drunk on beer?   

   3.     Does he make at least $800 a year?  Did he say 

            NO to drugs and YES to chores? 
   Why did your mom marry your dad? 

  1.  My dad makes the best spaghetti in the world.   

        And my mom eats a lot 

  2.  She got too old to do anything else with him. 

  3.  My grandma says that mom didn’t have her 

        thinking cap on. 
   Who’s the boss at your house? 

  1..  Mom doesn’t want to be boss, but she has to 

        because dad’s such a goof ball.. 

  2.  Mom.  You can tell by room inspection.   

        She sees the stuff under the bed. 

  4.     I guess mom is, but only because she has a 

    lot more to do than dad. 
    What’s the difference between moms and dads? 

  1. Moms work at work and work at home and 

        dads just go to work at work. 

  2. Moms know how to talk to teachers without scaring them. 

  3. Dads are taller and stronger, but moms have all the real power ’cause that’s who you got to ask if you want to sleep over at your friends. 

  4. Moms have magic, they make you feel better 

 without medicine. 

    What does your mom do in her spare time? 

  1.  Mothers don’t do spare time. 

  2.  To hear her tell it, she pays bills all day long. 
     What would it take to make your mom perfect? 

  1.  On the inside she’s already perfect..  Outside, I think some kind of plastic surgery. 

  2.  Diet.  You know, her hair.  I’d diet, maybe blue.. 
     If you could change one thing about your mom, what would it be? 

  1.  She has this weird thing about me keeping my room clean. 

        I’d get rid of that. 

  2.  I’d make my mom smarter.  Then she would know it was my sister who did it not me. 

  3.     I would like for her to get rid of those invisible eyes in the back of her head. 
WHEN YOU STOP LAUGHING  — SEND IT ON TO OTHER MOTHERS, GRANDMOTHERS, AND AUNTS…..and anyone else who has anything to do with kids or just needs a good laugh!!

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