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Divine Office Vocabulary Primer COFFEE AND CANTICLES - March 16, 2017 ... the Church. The word "office" comes from a Latin word meaning "service" or "ceremony". Breviary: the book in which one finds the Divine Office. A commonly used American edition is titled "Christian Prayer." The full breviary contains four volumes. One volume breviaries contain the full morning, evening, and night prayer for the year, but not the full Office of Readings. Some one volume breviaries also contain the full office of Day time prayer. Antiphon - the verse said before ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/idmXf8afb98/divine-office-vocabulary-primer.html

Re-Turning to the Lord: A Call for Ad Orientem Worship CRISIS MAGAZINE - March 16, 2017 Lent is a season of conversion. During this time, it's common to encounter readings, orations, and teachings from the saints in the Mass and the Breviary that direct us to "turn away " from sin and error and "turn to " God. An example is Joel 2:12-14 , which happens to be the First Reading of the Mass on Ash Wednesday: Now, therefore, saith the Lord. Be converted to Me with all your heart, in fasting, and in weeping, and mourning. And rend your hearts, and not your garments ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/3YKBjcnHeSI/re-turning-lord-lent-conversion-ad-orientem

Table of Liturgical Precedence, Or, Do We Do 1st Vespers of St. Joseph on Sunday Night? COFFEE AND CANTICLES - March 13, 2017 Whenever a Solemnity laps up against a Sunday (occurring on a Saturday or a Monday) we who navigate the breviary on our own have to stop and figure out what to do. Yes, yes, I know about the St. Joseph's yearly guide you can buy. But most of us want to understand the principle of the thing so that we can figure this out for ourselves, rather than blindly following someone else's instructions of "psalter, page XXX, proper of seasons, page YYY, common of male martyrs with ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/FUMzVk8b_3I/table-of-liturgical-precedence-or-do-we.html

In Conversation With God Volume 3 Part 1 Ordinary Time Weeks 1-6 - Francis Fernandez BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 11, 2017 In Conversation With God Volume 3 Part 1 Ordinary Time Weeks 1-6 Francis Fernandez Scepter Press ISBN 9780906138885 ASIN B006IBXLNS I have been reading this series since I was a student at Queen's University back in the late 80's and early 90's. I started reading them as they were coming out. They are an incredible series and I highly recommend them. But I must state I absolutely love the eBook versions that are now available. Mike Aquilina states: ""Now we ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/_3Oyci65ah0/in-conversation-with-god-volume-3-part.html

Prairie Catholic Article: Through the Cross VIEW FROM THE AMBO - March 8, 2017 ... to celebrate with joy. The gift of love that Christ leaves in the Eucharist as well as the model of charity in the washing of feet is happy. But it is Good Friday that ties these days and themes together and gives them their power to change our lives. Good Friday is difficult because we do not like the Cross or always understand what it truly means. We try to avoid it because it symbolizes suffering, sacrifice, and pain. Ultimately, Lent is about remembering that there can be no resurrection ...http://frtodd.blogspot.com/2017/03/prairie-catholic-article-through-cross.html

The Lenten Ember Fast Starts Today A CATHOLIC LIFE - March 8, 2017 ... Carlovingians. Spain adopted them with the Roman Liturgy in the eleventh century. They were introduced by St. Charles Borromeo into Milan. The Eastern Church does not know them. The present Roman Missal, in the formulary for the Ember days, retains in part the old practice of lessons from Scripture in addition to the ordinary two: for the Wednesdays three, for the Saturdays six, and seven for the Saturday in December. Some of these lessons contain promises of a bountiful ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/VHqpWdRh000/the-lenten-ember-fast-starts-today.html

Mar 5 - First Sunday of Lent FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - March 5, 2017 + The last thing we celebrated before we began Ordinary Time in January , was the feast of the Baptism of Jesus (the last feast of the Christmas cycle ); scripturally though, the next gospel passage after the one for that day is the one for today's Mass: the First Sunday of Lent. The Spirit had just come down upon Jesus in the form of a dove as he came up out the waters of baptism; the Father's voice was heard thundering: THIS IS MY BELOVED ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/03/mar-5-first-sunday-of-lent.html

He Who Dwells in the Shelter of the Most High. THE CITY AND THE WORLD - March 5, 2017 ... edification of some, I'm posting the text of my homily below. The readings were those of the First Sunday of Lent (Gen 2:7-9, 3:1-7; Rom 5:12-19; Mt 4:1-11), with some reference made also to the liturgical propers and to the tract , which was sung in its entirety at the Mass by the St. Ann Choir. --- Today we celebrate the First Sunday of Lent, and as we do so the liturgy gives us a few special reminders that we have entered a season of penitential preparation ...http://jesuitjoe.blogspot.com/2017/03/he-who-dwells-in-shelter-of-most-high.html

Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God....... GLORIA OLIVAE - February 28, 2017 ... Gospel must, always, be taken from the Fathers of the Church, who are the only acceptable interpreters of the Gospels. The last five Gospels have taught us almost 25 New Testament commands of Christ. The 8th Sunday Gospel in Ordinary time gives us at least six commands of Christ. Let's look at the last one; 'Seek you, therefore, first the kingdom of God, and his justice, and all these things will be added unto you. ' Remember, ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_02_01_archive.html#3812734655458275406

God Alone Is Enough CHRIST'S FAITHFUL WITNESS - February 26, 2017 Sermon by Fr. Joseph Mungai8th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Feb. 26, 2017St Mary of the Pines Catholic Church, Shreveport, LA, U.S.A. "Can a mother forget her infant, be without tenderness for the child... Christ's Faithful Witness, a Catholic blog following American culture and social issues. We defend the Catholic faith, but publish all opinionshttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ChristsFaithfulWitness/~3/cRXp9etPgZE/god-alone-is-enough.html

Deacon Bob's Homily for the 8th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Cycle A CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - February 26, 2017 Here is my homily for this weekend. God bless all! 8 th Sunday of Ordinary Time – Cycle A February 25/26, 2017 Isaiah 49: 14-15; 1Cor 4: 1-5; Mt 6: 24-34 Jesus tells us today not to worry about money, food, or clothing. These are very basic needs we all have, so he is asking us to not worry about the necessities of life. God knows how hard it is to not worry about these things. He knows how hard it is not to be ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2017/02/deacon-bobs-homily-for-the-8th-sunday-of-ordinary-time-cycle-a/

Reflection: Matthew 6:24-34 THE DOME BLOG - February 26, 2017 The Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Matthew 6:24-34 Matthew's Gospel today begins with a very strong statement: "No one can serve two masters." Now, take a moment and calculate how many masters you strive to serve in one day's time. Note: a master does not have to be human. How many masters do you have? Who and what are your masters? It may be helpful to write down who and what your masters are. A master can be anything ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2017/02/reflection-matthew-624-34.html

Liturgical and Political Untidiness MONASTERY OF THE HOLY CROSS - February 26, 2017 ... death-throes for some time. The Reformation sent Europe in a rather new direction. Old verities seemed not to hold. While God was still understood by virtually all to be the Judge and final arbiter, the splintering of the Church made discernment of His active presence in the world ambiguous at best. As historian Brad Gregory has pointed out in his amazingly detailed book The Unintended Reformation , we are still living with the fallout from this disintegration today. What had ...http://chicagomonk.org/about-us/the-priors-blog/liturgical-and-political-untidiness/

Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time G-MANS JOURNEY - February 26, 2017 ... grow. They do not work or spin. But I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor was clothed like one of them. If God so clothes the grass of the field, which grows today and is thrown into the oven tomorrow, will he not much more provide for you, O you of little faith? So do not worry and say, 'What are we to eat?' or 'What are we to drink?'or 'What are we to wear?' All these things the pagans seek. Your heavenly Father knows that you need them all. But seek first the kingdom of God ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2017/02/eighth-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

Feb 26 - 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - February 26, 2017 http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/02/feb-26-8th-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

8th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle A LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - February 26, 2017 Many years ago, I came upon a powerful quote by an unknown author that I may have shared before. However, I think it is the perfect summation of our Gospel, and, therefore, bears repeating. It states, rather simply that: "You can tell the size of your God by looking at the size of your worry list. The longer your list, it says, the smaller your God." And, while, indeed, God does not shrink, it states a simple fact that the more our trust is divided, the more our priorities change. And the ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2017/02/8th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-cycle-a.html

Homily - 26 February 2017 SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 26, 2017 The Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) Dear brothers and sisters, Each of us knows the truth of the words the Lord Jesus speaks today: "sufficient for a day is its own evil" ( Matthew 6:34 ). Evil, of course, is a privation of the good; where goodness is lacking, there is evil. Because much of our days are often lacking in goodness – whether on our part or on the part of others – we experience evil throughout each day, to one ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/m1DD35qNP5s/homily-26-february-2017.html

Trusting God for All We Need: Readings for the 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time WHERE THE RUBBER HITS THE ROAD - February 25, 2017 The Sacred Page: Trusting God for All We Need: Readings for the 8th Sunday in OThttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/oOuOI/~3/0Zne15nAnNo/trusting-god-for-all-we-need-readings.html

Homily: What Are You Clinging To? NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER BLOGGERS FEED FROM STEVEN D. GREY - February 25, 2017 By Steven D. Greydanus Homily for the Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time One night in 1709, close to midnight, a young girl, a daughter of an Anglican clergyman, was awakened by fire falling onto her bed from the roof, which was engulfed in flames....http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/NCRegister/StevenGreydanus/~3/4a_f81wfeRM/homily-08

Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time Year a Collect NEW HORIZONS - February 25, 2017 The Collect for the Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time reads as follows: Grant us, O Lord, we pray, that the course of our world may be directed by Your peaceful rule and that Your Church may rejoice, untroubled in her devotion. In making this prayer tangible for during the week, the following reflection questions emerged: 1. How is my world currently directed? 2. What do I need to do this week to bring my world under God's rule? 3. What does ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/TmJiboTnowE/eighth-sunday-of-ordinary-time-year.html

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