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Trinity MAN WITH BLACK HAT - May 22, 2016 Today the Roman Rite, and much of western Christianity, celebrates Trinity Sunday . What began as a local feast in some parts of the Western church in the Middle Ages, was added to the universal Roman calendar by Pope John XXII (1316–1334), and designated as the first Sunday after Pentecost. Three folds of the cloth, yet only one napkin is there, Three joints in the finger, but still only one finger fair, Three leaves of the shamrock, yet no more than ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2016/05/trinity.html

Homily G-MANS JOURNEY - May 22, 2016 My brothers and sisters in Christ, in recognition of your presence here today to celebrate the Feast of Trinity Sunday, may the grace of God shine on you abundantly. First of all, in order for you to understand the First Reading from the Book of Proverbs, it is necessary to understand the origin of Trinity Sunday in the Catholic Liturgical Calendar. "Trinity Sunday, the first Sunday after Pentecost, was instituted to honour ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2016/05/homily_22.html

"I Think We Never Thought About the World and Its Realities" Καθολικός διάκονος - May 20, 2016 Last Sunday I was at the parish early to prepare to preach and accomplish a few administrative tasks. As I did my work, out of nowhere, Styx's song "Living High" popped into my head. With no warning, I found myself singing, "Livin' high, livin' fine, livin' on borrowed time." Some things stay with you for a lifetime, even good things. You see, in junior high, my friends and I were very heavily into the music of Styx. I doubt kids do this anymore, but we used ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/05/i-think-we-never-thought-about-world.html

Be a Conduit of Mercy YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - May 19, 2016 Friday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time By Colleen O'Sullivan Do not complain, brothers and sisters, about one another, that you may not be judged. Behold, the Judge is standing before the gates. Take as an example of hardship and patience, brothers and sisters, the prophets who spoke in the name of the Lord. Indeed, we call blessed those who have persevered. You have heard of the perseverance of Job, and you have seen the purpose of the Lord, because ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/05/be-conduit-of-mercy.html

Yet Another Prayer in Common LITURGY - May 18, 2016 I have discovered yet another prayer that is shared across denominations. This coming Sunday, Trinity Sunday, replaces the 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Next week is the 8th Week in Ordinary Time. For that week Roman Catholics, Anglicans, and others use an ancient prayer which I have rendered as: Let us pray (in silence) [that […]http://liturgy.co.nz/yet-another-prayer-in-common

Christ Ascends Into Heaven and Sends the Promised Gift of the Spirit VERITATEM FACIENTES IN CARITATE. PROCLAIMING THE TRUTH IN LO - May 16, 2016 ... universal Church celebrated the Solemnity of the Ascension. Out of obedience, many of us celebrated the Mass of the Ascension on the nearest Sunday. I have become convinced, after much reflection, that the Holy Days of Obligation are an indispensable opportunity for the faithful to learn about and celebrate the faith beyond the Sunday obligation. The Holy Days in the universal Church calendar honor our Lord (Christmas, Ascension and Corpus Christi), the ...http://proclaimthetruthinlove.blogspot.com/2016/05/christ-ascends-into-heaven-and-sends.html

Pentecost - A Celebration of God's Housewarming of Our Hearts. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - May 15, 2016 ... significant in many ways. It is the end of our liturgical time known as Eastertide, after which we go back into Ordinary Time or Eventide. It is also known as the birthday of the Church, where we celebrate the fact that it is with the Holy Spirit's powerful outpouring on the gathered apostles in that locked room, a fearlessness that was hitherto unknown gave them the ability to start the Christian mission and speak the Word with a courage only ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2016/05/pentecost-celebration-of-gods.html

The Postcommunion Prayers for the Feast of the Ascension in the OF and EF NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 12, 2016 Over the last few years, there has been an increasing focus on the differences between the proper prayers of the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms of the Mass. [1] More and more people are becoming aware that the spiritual nourishment and formation Catholics receive from the Ordinary Form is quite different in content and character to the Extraordinary Form. Whether one considers this a good or bad thing will depend largely on one's general opinion of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/6DioDn7V5_I/the-postcommunion-prayers-for-feast-of.html

The Mystery of the Missing 6th Week in Ordinary Time COFFEE AND CANTICLES - May 11, 2016 I just got this question from Tami: Hi Daria, I have a question : why do we not have a week six of ordinary time this year? Week five was just before Lent and Monday (May 16) starts week seven. Does it have to do with where Easter fell this year? -Tami Where did the missing week 6 in ordiary time go? Tami had me stumped. The lateness of Easter seemed like it might be a clue, but still...there are always 52 weeks in a year, so what ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/3FJQfSrQk20/the-mystery-of-missing-6th-week-in.html

"Holy" Cards SCELATA - May 5, 2016 ... replace electronics with newer, faster devices - but then find that they can't bear to pitch that for which they spent so much money. But that's never been my problem - I spend very little on clothes, (I won't even go to the thrift store usually except on sale days,) and technology keeps its place in our household until it completely gives up the ghost, (sometimes after spending a long time on life-support.) But I do find it difficult to divest myself of books and scores and ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2016/05/holy-cards.html

PM--A "Two For" Week A WING AND A PRAYER - May 2, 2016 I had to think about what to do this week. With most of the United States celebrating the Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord on the 7th. Sunday of Easter instead of the traditional 40 days after the Resurrection, that is, on a Thursday (cf. Acts 1:1-3; remember, St. Luke strove for historical accuracy), my question was what was I going to do with both sets of Propers. Was I going to ignore the Propers for the 7th. Sunday of Easter? Was I going to do ...http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2016/05/pm-two-for-week.html

Spiritual Setbacks During Easter Season, & Holy Spirit Moments... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - April 26, 2016 ... guilty as well as a bit down, and oh so forgetful, and it was just a whole snowball situation. ;-) But here's the interesting thing. Grab your tea. We're going to go on a full circle journey together. So, Thursday I recorded Tea Time . And I was fine. I felt a bit scattered, but I was fine. That's not exactly an unusual situation for yours truly. *halo* Between Thursday and Friday I started to feel not so fine. I began to worry about a whole assortment of things, and my heart ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/04/spiritual-setbacks-during-easter-season.html

On the Inclusion of 1 Corinthians 11:27-29 in the Ordinary Form NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 22, 2016 ... as their history, are actually quite interesting to look at. It should be said, first of all, that in my conversations with people about the lectionary of the Ordinary Form, they are often quite surprised about these sorts of omissions, and are unaware that not every reading from the preceding tradition has been included in the OF. [1] Of course, some readings, such as 1 Cor. 11:23-29 for Corpus Christi, had verses eliminated from them by the Consilium; others, such as 1 Pet. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/kO0otrUishI/on-inclusion-of-1-corinthians-1127-29.html

Sunday Word, 17 Apr 16 TO FIND FRUIT - April 17, 2016 Already and Not Yet Fourth Sunday of Easter C (17 Apr 2016) Ac 13. 14, 43-52; Ps 100; Rv 7. 9, 14b-17; Jn 10.27-30 Homily of Fr. Paul Panaretos, S.J. T he opening verses of the Fourth Gospel begin the gospel in a poetic way. The verses describe Jesus as the Word of God; 1 Jesus is God's only begotten son; 2 Jesus both revealed God 3 and offered life; 4 Jesus continues to reveal God and offer life by his Spirit. The same verses also work as a table of contents for the ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2016/04/sunday-word-17-apr-16.html

Joy in Persecution DOMINE, DA MIHI HANC AQUAM! - April 13, 2016 ... the threat of prison and violence? How do we answer religious rejection and secular condemnation? We do the ordinary: We go about preaching the Word. The ordinary? Well, we can only consider our response to persecution extraordinary if we fail to understand our purpose as a Church. If we believe that the Church's purpose is to create and defend a particular version of western culture , then preaching the word in defiance of violent secular repression seems ...http://hancaquam.blogspot.com/2016/04/joy-in-persecution.html

"I'm Going Fishing" (Jn 21:3) - 3rd Sunday of Easter DOMINICAN NUNS IRELAND - April 13, 2016 ... conversation with the Lord. The beginning of the Gospel caught my imagination in this Sunday's Gospel. I t is interesting that St John named five of the seven who were with Peter by the lake of Tiberias , when he got up and said he was going fishing. Who were the (unnamed) 'two others'? And what if I put myself in amongst them as one of the two? What might the conversation have been? If I had had the chance to ask a question or to direct the conversation, what would I have ...http://dominicannunsireland.blogspot.com/2016/04/im-going-fishing-jn-213-3rd-sunday-of.html

Feed My Lambs. GLORIA OLIVAE - April 6, 2016 ... for all of us, too, as is always the case. Christ was teaching a way of loving men never before imagined was possible. It is an imitation of God's love for man. Man must now imitate God and love God, self and neighbour in the same way. 2. After Easter. Note the scenario when this questionings occurred. It was after Easter. All the apostles have finished their training, all of them are almost perfect Christians. We saw in the past post that the power to love one's neighbour, a gift from God, ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_04_01_archive.html#2519613009553995996

In Praise of Irregularity NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 4, 2016 ... mysteries, seasons, or feasts by, on the one hand, startling them out of rote habit, and, on the other hand, building up over the years subliminal associations that reinforce the particular graces besought by the Church at that time. Three of my favorite distinctive marks take place in Masses around and after Easter. First, there is the use of the Gradual Haec dies during the entire Octave, albeit with changing verses for each day.[1] The constant refrain in the Mass (and in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/A6gW4cki68g/in-praise-of-irregularity.html

Where Have You Gone, Quasimodo? MAN WITH BLACK HAT - April 3, 2016 ... the Christian calendar by at least six names. In the traditional Missale Romanum , it is referred to as "Dominica in albis octava Paschae" -- Sunday in White Within the Paschal Octave, when the robes of the neophytes are removed eight days after their initiation into the Sacraments during the Paschal Vigil. In the traditional Roman calendar, it is officially known as "The Octave Day of Easter" or more colloquially as "Low Sunday." It has also been popularly ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2016/04/where-have-you-gone-quasimodo.html

40 Days, 40 Ways - Marcellino D'Ambrosio - A New Look at Lent BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - April 1, 2016 ... There were a number of thinks that struck me about this book compared to many other Lenten devotions. First many devotionals fallow set formats, a bible or saintly quote, a meditation a prayer and or an action. And usually they follow a similar format for each of the days, same style and length. This book has a great deal of variety in the length of each days' readings. Also for each Sunday there is at least a full page for the Sunday and also a specific ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/hzOoankgIxU/40-days-40-ways-marcellino-dambrosio.html

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