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WDTPRS: Palm Sunday – The Transforming Example FR. Z'S BLOG - March 28, 2015 Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week. The Sacred Triduum ( triduum from tres dies – "three day space") were once days of obligation when people were freed from servile work so that they could attend the liturgies, once celebrated in the morning. In the 17th century, however, the obligation was removed under the influence of changing social and religious conditions. As a result, the faithful lost sight of these beautiful liturgies and in general only priests ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/d4PmET2ANo4/

Bugnini for Lent COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - February 22, 2015 ... public opinion and create an anticipation that will ease the way for the document. ' Though a footnote suggests that the press were not quite the poodle that Bugnini wanted: ' Some difficulties hindered ready action:... captiousness and factionalism on the part of some journalists... ' A fourth theme is the sense that the agenda was on a pre-determined course, which even the Holy Father could not stop. The changes to the Roman Canon are a case in point. The Pope had ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2015/02/bugnini-for-lent.html

Books by Dave Armstrong: Cardinal Newman: Q & A in Theology, Apologetics, and Church History BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - February 19, 2015 ... "Argument from Longing" [10 May 1828] On the "Rule of Secrecy" ("Disciplina Arcani") and Development of Doctrine [26 Jan. 1834] On How the Indwelling Holy Spirit Works in Us [29 Jan. 1835] Prayer for the Dead is as Well-Attested in the Early Church as the Canon of Scripture [16 May 1838] No Fundamental Difference Between Written and Oral Tradition [23 May 1838] Table of Contents [tentative and in progress; the following is from 2-19-15, with the book 65 pages ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2015/02/books-by-dave-armstrong-cardinal-newman.html

Eucharistic Reflection - How Great Is the Tepidity and Negligence of This World HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - February 4, 2015 ... Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. How great must His love be for us, since He does not become disgusted with so much ingratitude. People go to such trouble to see various objects of beauty, curiosity, or entertainment. Yet, here upon the altar is the grandest, greatest, most magnificent of all beings. How dull can the human mind be! How hard can the human heart become! This is our all-loving Savior, our God! In Him we live, and move, and exist. Truly, without Him we are nothing. ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2015/02/eucharistic-reflection-how-great-is.html

Pro-Life Quotes of Pope Francis DA MIHI ANIMAS - January 22, 2015 ... of Christ. They cannot be discarded, as the 'culture of waste' suggests!" - Speech to Catholic healthcare professionals and gynecologists Sept. 20, 2013 5. "All too often, as we know from experience, people do not choose life, they do not accept the 'Gospel of Life' but let themselves be led by ideologies and ways of thinking that block life, that do not respect life, because they are dictated by selfishness, self-interest, profit, power and pleasure, and not by love, by concern for the good ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/01/pro-life-quotes-of-pope-francis.html

Blessed Things JUST THOMISM - January 5, 2015 ... for people to mark their doorposts. Looking at the tray brought back a flood of experiences: the palms of Palm Sunday, holy water, votive candles, prayer cards, etc. All these things are blessed , which is an extremely odd category. My first experience of the blessed is of something that excluded frivolity and mere usefulness. You shouldn't play with blessed things – a blessed palm was not just another leaf on a tree that, as a child, you could sword fight with. You ...http://thomism.wordpress.com/2015/01/05/blessed-things/

Merry Christmas Sort Of BOINKIE'S BLOG - December 24, 2014 ... sardonic Jewish carpenter quipped. Not like that tax collector catholic sinners there in the back (who they want to convert). Newsweek magazine has an "expose" of the bible that has all the anti catholic lies about that book that have been around ever since the reformers decided they knew more than the early church fathers, i.e. that it was chosen for political reasons by constantine, that it is inaccurate, etc. Ironically, this protestant professor points out that the Newsweek article is ...http://boinkie.blogspot.com/2014/12/merry-christmas-sort-of.html

"How the Traditional Latin Mass Fosters More Active Participation Than the Ordinary Form" MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - December 21, 2014 Peter Kwasniewski, " How the Traditional Latin Mass Fosters More Active Participation than the Ordinary Form " ( The New Liturgical Movement , December 15, 2014): How many times do lovers of the classical Roman Rite hear the objection: "The new Mass is better than the old one because it allows for more active participation of the faithful," or "The old Mass just had to be reformed eventually, because the priest was the only ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/12/how-traditional-latin-mass-fosters-more.html

The Pope Prays to the Virgin of Guadalupe That the Future of Latin America Be Forged for the Poor VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - December 15, 2014 Vatican City, 13 December 2014 (VIS) – Yesterday afternoon, on the liturgical solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Guadalupe, patroness of Latin America, the Holy Father celebrated Mass in the Vatican Basilica. The celebration was accompanied by hymns from the "Misa Criolla", by the Argentine composer Ariel Ramirez. Extensive extracts from the homily pronounced by the Pontiff are published below: "Today, with gratitude and joy, ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-pope-prays-to-virgin-of-guadalupe.html

How the Traditional Latin Mass Fosters More Active Participation Than the Ordinary Form NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 15, 2014 How many times do lovers of the classical Roman Rite hear the objection: "The new Mass is better than the old one because it allows for more active participation of the faithful," or "The old Mass just had to be reformed eventually, because the priest was the only one doing anything, and the people were all mute spectators." My aim in this article is to refute such claims and to demonstrate that, if anything, the opposite is true. Active/Actual ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bHSFb0Z50vI/how-traditional-latin-mass-fosters-more.html

How Good It Is That We Are Here ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO BLOG - December 11, 2014 Eduardo and Nina Wijangco are parishioners at St. Patrick's Parish in Markham. Below, they share memories of their recent pilgrimage to the Holy Land with a group from the Archdiocese of Toronto. Eduardo and Nina Wijangco This November, local Catholics joined a Gideon Travel -organized Holy Land Pilgrimage, bringing together 44 participants from the GTA, including Father Thomas Lim, formator at Serra House. Our group was diverse in ...http://archdioceseoftoronto.blogspot.com/2014/12/how-good-it-is-that-we-are-here.html

Transation of the Holy House of Loretto A CATHOLIC LIFE - December 10, 2014 Today is the Feast of the Translation of the Holy House of Loretto (Mass in Some Places). Towards the end of the thirteenth century, the terrible news reached Europe that the Holy Land was lost to the Christians, who during two centuries had been able to maintain the Latin kingdom there by virtue of their repeated Crusades. But at the time the Church was deploring this painful loss, a new joy was given them: the holy house ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/66QDBk2Iuj4/transation-of-holy-house-of-loretto.html

Blog Tour: An Interview With Laura Kelly Fanucci, Author of "Everyday Sacrament: The Messy Grace of Parenting" RANDOM ACTS OF MOMNESS - December 2, 2014 ... be a friend. All of that is holy work, even for a five year-old! As a mom of three young children, how do you find the time to write? (every mom wants to know the answer to this one!) I write well early in the morning, so I often try to wake up at 5 am to get in 1-2 hours of writing before the kids start to stir. Many Saturday mornings I steal away to a coffee shop to write, which gives my husband time alone with the boys as well. (Everyone wins!) I've learned to write in my ...http://randomactsofmomness.com/blog-tour-an-interview-with-laura-kelly-fanucci-author-of-everyday-sacrament-the-messy-grace-of-parenting/