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Mass Chat: Easter Sunday, Cardinal Dolan on Face the Nation and the Church Is So Much Bigger Than This Little Catholic B ABBEY ROADS - April 20, 2014 Christ appears to His Mother. My apologies ahead of time... I went to the Basilica of St. Mary in Minneapolis for Easter Mass this morning. I felt as if I just got out of a cloister and was thrown into the real world - albeit a beautiful world. Truly, the liturgy was awesome, on a grand scale. The church was magnificent, candles everywhere, chant and Latin and traditional hymns. So not like my bare bones parish church. Did I mention the church was packed? A devout and ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2014/04/mass-chat-easter-sunday-cardinal-dolan.html

When It Comes to the Resurrection, There Are Only Two Possibilities. FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - April 20, 2014 ... like doing during the brief time we have here. · If Jesus is risen then I also have an objective value as a human person—from the moment of my conception in my mother's womb. I have that value because the Son of God came to this earth to redeem me—to redeem all of us—by his passion, death and resurrection; and he would have made that sacrifice even if I had been the only person in history who needed to be redeemed. This means that, according to Jesus ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2014/04/when-it-comes-to-resurrection-there-are.html

Are We Getting This Rite? ADAM'S ALE - April 18, 2014 http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2014/04/are-we-getting-this-rite.html

Mary TV Daily Reflection 4/18/2014 MARY, OUR MOTHER - April 18, 2014 ... of Mary TV! We will include a message each day from Our Lady of Medjugorje, as she is a most beautiful sign of God's mercy in these days. We begin this Good Friday and with all our hearts we kneel beneath the Holy Cross of Christ, from whence all graces flow for mankind. In union with Mary, our Mother, and with Mary Magdalene and St. John, we pray: Jesus, I trust in You! St. Faustina wrote: Jesus, I trust in You...Novena to The Divine Mercy - Which Jesus instructed me to write down and make ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/YVVY/~3/G1sjyb2TYt4/mary-tv-daily-reflection-4182014.html

Why Voldemort Would Totally Dig Palm Sunday GONE WALKABOUT - April 14, 2014 ... had a real significance, but now is just something we do because we do. So then I was thinking about the spectacle of Palm Sunday, which really is unique in the liturgical year. Yes, on Good Friday (and later on Palm Sunday) we read the Passion, with different people getting parts, including the congregation. But I think it's only at the beginning of Palm Sunday* that we literally reenact a Scriptural scene.* We go outside, bless the palms, ...http://jimmcdermott.blogspot.com/2014/04/why-voldemort-would-totally-dig-palm.html

Palm Sunday. THE CITY AND THE WORLD - April 13, 2014 Regardless of whether you follow the "Old" Julian Calendar or the "New" Gregorian one or split the difference with some combination of the two, Palm Sunday falls on today's date this year. Palm Sunday marks the start of Holy Week, which can be a very busy period for clergy and for laypeople who are particularly active in parish life. Holy Week will be a bit busier and a bit sadder for members of my Toronto-area parish this year; because our church ...http://jesuitjoe.blogspot.com/2014/04/palm-sunday.html

Passiontide COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - April 6, 2014 ... Sundays of Ordinary Time. Also suppressed, as a title, is "Passiontide." The whole of it now becomes, even externally, part of Lent. So it seems I was right, and that is why in my new Missal today is simply listed as the Fifth Sunday in Lent. Moreover, the veiling of statues and crucifixes is merely a pious tradition and should not be done (if that is what 'even externally' means, which I think it must). This seems to my to typify much of the ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2014/04/passiontide.html

A Little Something Extra...Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - April 6, 2014 Jesus Wept Jesus stood beside Lazarus' tomb. His friend had been dead for four days. Lazarus' grieving sisters, Martha and Mary, took their places beside Him. Jesus saw them weeping, and His heart filled with grief. And Jesus wept. Jesus had planned this. Lazarus died for a reason, that the glory of God would be revealed. That's why Jesus had stayed where He was for two days before going to His friends' home. There was a reason. And Jesus wept. Jesus knew exactly what He was going to do. He ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-little-something-extrafifth-sunday-of.html

Homily: The Grace of Lenten Waiting BUKAS PALAD - April 6, 2014 Year A / Lent / 5th Sunday Readings: Ezekiel 37.12-14/ Psalm 130 (R/v 7) / Romans 8.8-11 / John 11.1-45 Have you ever had to wait? Wait for something as ordinary as the MBTA train to take you from Park Street to Field's Corner? Or, wait to be accepted for a job or to to be admitted into college? Maybe, even to wait for your immigration papers to come through so you can become an American citizen? Perhaps, you have waited too for something more ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2014/04/homily-grace-of-lenten-waiting.html

Thoughts on the Sunday Readings: Fifth Sunday of Lent (A): Jesus As Saviour, Not Superhero. THE ALTERNATE PATH - April 6, 2014 In this Sunday's first reading (Ez. 37:12-14), God says, "O my people, I will open your graves and have you rise from them…" How does God open the grave and overcome death? Does he snap his fingers? Does he send a vast multitude of angels upon the earth? We know that the answer is "no". God does neither of these two things. Rather, the Word becomes flesh – fully human in all things but sin - and this Word died that we might have life. There is much at work ...http://thealternatepath.blogspot.com/2014/04/thoughts-on-sunday-readings-fifth.html

Dies Domini 14: Sanctified and Loving CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - April 5, 2014 Some further elaboration on the metaphor of marriage. But John Paul II wants his readers to be aware of a more complete context to Sunday. First, Sunday is sanctified and declared the Lord's own day: 14. In the first place, therefore, Sunday is the day of rest because it is the day "blessed" by God and "made holy" by him, set apart from the other days to be, among all of them, "the Lord's Day". And to be sure, Sunday is ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/04/05/dies-domini-14-sanctified-and-loving/

4th Sunday of Lent 30 March 2014 Sermon LUX VERA - April 3, 2014 4th Sunday of Lent 30.3.14 Higher things Our Lord feeds the crowd with ordinary bread by way of preparation for the much greater gift of Heavenly bread, His own flesh. God seeks to bless us beyond what we expect or even want. We might be quite happy just to have bread to eat, good health, security, entertainment etc. We don't expect much happiness insofar as we are used to life being a series of disappointments. Our happiness is fragile and fleeting. There ...http://luxvera.blogspot.com/2014/04/4th-sunday-of-lent-30-march-2014-sermon.html

God Is in His Holy Dwelling Place LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - April 3, 2014 ... from the offertory for the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception (the chapel's patron), one could see how the music fit. Mary was the first sanctuary for her Son. In her pure womb, she carried the Lord, just as the Tabernacle holds the Real Presence of Christ, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity. In his homily, Fr. Ayala reminded us that God, indeed, is in his holy dwelling place. Despite the difficulties of the journey in making the chapel a reality, the parish, like Namaan's servants (the first ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2014/04/god-is-in-his-holy-dwelling-place.html

Images: Pontifical Laetare Sunday in Rome With Auxiliary Bishop Matteo Zuppi RORATE CÆLI - March 31, 2014 An event that should be ordinary, but was extraordinary, and we are all grateful for it: as we had announced twice here in Rorate, for the first time in decades, a bishop of the Diocese of Rome (Auxiliary Bishop Matteo Zuppi, in charge of the city center) celebrated a Pontifical Mass yesterday in the Parish Church assisted by the Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP), Santissima Trinità deihttp://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2014/03/images-pontifical-laetare-sunday-in.html

4th Sunday of Lent - Year A SUNDAY HOMILIES AND REFLECTIONS FROM AUSTRALIA - March 25, 2014 ... said, 'You are looking at him; he is speaking to you.' The man said, 'Lord, I believe', and worshipped ...http://homiliesfromaustralia.blogspot.com/2014/03/4th-sunday-of-easter-year-a.html

Worship at the Well LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - March 24, 2014 ... Jacob and pagans was not allowed because when these occur, the non-Israelite spouse would wind up bringing pagan influences and thus cause infidelity. Such was the case with the Samaritans. When the Assyrians conquered the northern part of Israel, they swallowed up 10 of the tribes of Jacob. Then, they brought in their own peoples to the lands and intermarriage with the remaining Israelites and the pagans occurred. The offspring, the Samaritans, recognized the Lord, the God of their fathers; ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2014/03/worship-at-well.html

Lent: A Journey, an Encounter, and a Time of Purification INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 22, 2014 Detail from "Christ and the Samaritan Woman" by Duccio (1308-11) A Scriptural Reflection on the Readings for Sunday, March, 23, 2014 Third Sunday of Lent Carl E. Olson Readings : • Ex 17:3-7 • Psa 95:1-2, 6-7, 8-9 • Rom 5:1-2, 5-8 • Jn 4:5-42 Lent is not merely a season, but a journey, an encounter, and a time of purification. Benedict XVI, in his 2011 Lenten Message , focused on these three aspects of Lent, stating, ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/03/lent-a-journey-an-encounter-and-a-time-of-purification.html

Feast of Saint Nicolas Owen (22 March 2014) FR. VICTOR BROWN'S CATHOLIC DAILY MESSAGE - March 22, 2014 ... John reported far fewer events in the life of Jesus than did the other three evangelists, but he recounted them in much greater detail and with very deep theological insight. It is from this passage of the gospel that we get the beautiful notion of the "living water" that Christ comes to bring us and with which our spiritual life is meant to flourish. It is midday. Jesus and the apostles have been traveling all through the hot, dry morning. They are thirsty and crave a drink. The apostles ...http://frbrown.wordpress.com/2014/03/22/feast-of-saint-nicolas-owen-22-march-2014/

This Week in Madonna House - March 16-21 TEN THOUSAND PLACES - March 21, 2014 I'm writing up this week's TWIMH post, which I normally do on Saturday or Sunday, today, as tomorrow I am travelling out to St. Therese Institute of Faith and Mission in Bruno Saskatchewan (that's on the great Canadian prairie, for those non-Canucks reading this). I will be teaching a week-long intensive course on liturgy and worship all next week. In fact, while I have material for blogging for the week ahead, I'm not at all sure I'll be able to keep up the daily posts, as ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/03/this-week-in-madonna-house-march-16-21.html

Sister Joanna 100th Birthday Reflections, by Sister Aurora Perez SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY - March 19, 2014 March 2, 2014, Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Sister Joanna 100th Birthday (3-4-14 actual day) Reflections by Sister Aurora Perez, SHF Happy Birthday! Today is a glorious day, a day of celebration, a time to give thanks to our God. We gather together to praise God and to honor our friend and sister — Sister M. Joanna Connolly. Sister Joanna has been a Sister of the Holy Family for 80 years! She entered from ...http://blog.holyfamilysisters.org/2014/03/19/sister-joanna-100th-birthday-reflections-by-sister-aurora-perez/

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