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The Burial of the Alleluia at St John Cantius, Chicago NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 7, 2016 ... remained in Greek even after the Roman Rite adopted Latin as its mother tongue. Alleluia is a word familiar to all Christendom, whether the language of the local liturgy is Latin or Greek, Spanish or Ukrainian, Polish or Vietnamese. It is the Latinized form of Hebrew's Hallelujah (i.e., "Praise the Lord"). In the West, we associate Alleluia with the joy of the Resurrection and Easter. Consequently, the Church buries the Alleluia while we put on the ashes and sackcloth of penance. Pope ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/cAbGmFqf09M/the-burial-of-alleluia-at-st-john.html

You Can Still Gain Indulgences for the Poor Souls in Purgatory BIG C CATHOLICS - November 5, 2015 Two and 1/2 days left to earn indulgences for the faithful departed in Purgatory: A partial indulgence can be obtained by devoutly visiting a cemetery and praying for the departed, even if the prayer is only mental. One may obtain a plenary indulgence by visiting a cemetery each day between November 1st - 8th. You may pray for a friend or loved one who has died. You may also offer prayers forhttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2015/11/you-can-still-gain-indulgences-for-poor.html

November Feast Table – Rebuilding Culture WILDFLOWERS AND MARBLES - November 4, 2015 ... all . The Church's teaching affects the mind primarily; her feasts affect both mind and heart and have a salutary effect upon man's whole nature." — Pope Pius XI I thought I'd share that beautiful quote with you to encourage you if you're just starting out – just beginning to consider setting up your own family Feast Table. Pope Pius XI beautifully illustrates how the rich lessons and examples within the feasts of the Church's liturgical year are able to reach all of ...http://wildflowersandmarbles.com/2015/11/04/november-feast-table-rebuilding-culture/

"IF ANYONE WANTS TO COME WITH ME, HE MUST FORGET SELF, TAKE UP HIS CROSS EVERY DAY, AND FOLLOW ME." (Luke 9:23) ALWAYS A JOY... - November 3, 2015 ... 21 August 2010), is instrumental with his Godly wisdom in getting me to reflect on my life experiences in a spiritual way. I know despite my human struggles that no matter the circumstances, be it one of joy or sadness, Jesus keeps His Promise to me, "I will never leave you or forsake you." (Hebrews 13:5) This month, November, we specially remember all our departed loved ones who have returned to God. I never thought I would ever share the article I wrote because it is deeply ...http://alwaysajoy.blogspot.com/2015/11/if-anyone-wants-to-come-with-me-he-must.html

All Souls' Day, and the All Souls' Day Indulgences SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - November 2, 2015 ... Suffering who have gone before us and are in Purgatory. These "poor souls" can no longer merit for themselves, and rely upon the merits of others to win their ultimate release. Of course, all merit comes from Christ alone. Yet Our Lord wills that we all should add our small part to, as St. Paul writes, "fill up those things that are wanting of the sufferings of Christ, in [our] flesh, for His body, which is the Church." (Colossians 1:24). He wants us to pray for each other who are members of ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2015/11/all-souls-day-and-all-souls-day.html

November 2 - Homily for Today FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - November 2, 2015 The Feast of All Souls, or the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed is a celebration of the lives of loved ones who have gone before us in death, some of whom may still be in need of the Church's prayers of petition for their deliverance from purgatory into heaven. The feast is bound entirely on the Church's doctrine concerning the purgative process encountered by the soul of one who, even though sin may have been forgiven, still has temporal ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2015/11/november-2-homily-for-today.html

Praying for All Souls During November PONDERED IN MY HEART - November 1, 2015 Praying for the dead is a spiritual work of mercy. As my missal explains it: The practice of recommending to God the souls of the departed in that we may mitigate the great pains which they suffer, and that He may soon bring them to His glory, is most pleasing to God and most profitable to us. For those blessed souls are His eternal spouses, and they are most grateful to those who obtain their deliverance from prison, or even a mitigation of their torments. Hence, when ...http://ponderedinmyheart.typepad.com/pondered_in_my_heart/2015/11/o-god-the-creator-and-redeemer-of-all-the-faithful-grant-to-the-souls-of-thy-servants-and-handmaidens-the-r.html

Indulgence for Souls in Purgatory ATONEMENTONLINE - November 1, 2015 One of the spiritual works of mercy is to pray for the Faithful Departed, who can do no more for themselves. There are plenary indulgences assigned to this season, outlined in the Enchiridion, which you may obtain for the Holy Souls in Purgatory: 1. A plenary indulgence, applicable ONLY to the souls in purgatory, may be obtained by those who, on All Souls Day, piously visit a church, public oratory, or for those entitled to use it, a semi-public oratory. It ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/11/indulgence-for-souls-in-purgatory.html

5 Ways Children Can Live in Faith for All Souls TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - November 1, 2015 ... Pray from November 1 through November 8 Last year, we began the practice of praying for the Souls in Purgatory at a cemetery after Nina expressed a strong desire to go visit her cousin's grave to pray . This year, I hope to visit a cemetery on each of the first eight days of the month with my children to pray for souls, thereby gaining indulgences for them, as described at Catholic Culture. 2. Visit a Church to Pray on November 2 Tomorrow, we have an extremely full day ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2015/11/5-all-souls-day-ideas.html

All Saints Day November 1st BATTLE BEADS BLOG - November 1, 2015 ... unknown or unsung saints, who may have been forgotten, or never been honored specifically. On All Saints Day, we celebrate these holy men and women, and ask for their prayers and intercessions. The concept of All Saints Day is connected to the doctrine of The Communion of Saints . This is the concept that all of God's people, on heaven, earth, and in the state of purification (called Purgatory in the West), are spiritually connected and united. In other words, Catholic and Orthodox Christians ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2014/11/all-saints-day-november-1st.html

Thirty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - October 28, 2015 ... Beatitudes reveal that we have done our imperfect best for the greater glory of God. We have lived knowing that the lives of others are often more important than our own goals and desires and they fill us with a portrait of disciples that are more attainable than we think. Righteous souls seldom want to be considered holy for it is an exalted category that makes them uncomfortable. They do not seek their own gain, but are often praying and caring for others. They realize they are not better ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/10/thirty-first-sunday-of-ordinary-time.html

The First to Walk With Us Is Our Father VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - October 26, 2015 ... of his study to pray the Angelus with the faithful and pilgrims gathered in St. Peter's Square. Before the Marian prayer, the Pope invited those present to "give thanks to God for these three weeks of intense work, inspired by prayer and by a spirit of authentic communion. It has been arduous but it was a true gift from God, which will surely bear many fruits". He explained that "the word 'Synod' means 'to walk together' and reflected on the ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/10/the-first-to-walk-with-us-is-our-father.html

Hugely Important Service of Prayer After Miscarriage Released BYZANTINE, TEXAS - October 26, 2015 ... Prayer after a Miscarriage or Stillbirth" for liturgical use during their fall session held at Saint Andrew House, Detroit, MI October 19-23, 2015. The service is available on the OCA web site and here (PDF) for easy downloading, printing, distribution and use. A general Service of Prayer celebrated at the time of loss or thereafter, but especially when the priest is called to attend to a miscarriage or stillbirth. P: Blessed is our God, always, now and ever ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2015/10/hugely-important-service-of-prayer.html

Fr. Perrone on Christ's Kingship, November Prayers for the Departed MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - October 25, 2015 ... departed. This will begin next Sunday with All Saints Day and continue throughout the month of November, and with special emphasis on the first eight days of the month whereupon a plenary indulgence may be had, applied not toward oneself but only toward the souls of the dead. More about this in next week's Grotto News. Brother Esteban has informed me that he will be leading some special devotions for the dead–a particular emphasis of the spiritual ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2015/10/fr-perrone-on-christs-kingship-november.html

Novena to All Saints Begins on October 24 CATHOLIC FIRE - October 23, 2015 The novena begins on October 24 and concludes on the Solemnity of All Saints, November 1. The Novena prayer is prayed each day for nine days: All Saints Novena My heavenly brothers and sisters, from those most renowned to those of greatest obscurity, I come before you now in all humility and commend myself, and all who are dear to me, to your intercession. Pray for us always, that we may awake each day with a burning desire for the Lord whose Face you ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/10/novena-to-all-saints-begins-on-october.html

Homily at the Funeral of Jean-André Potworowski [1947-2015] THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - October 19, 2015 ... great invitation from God to enter into the fullness of eternal life. We meditate, too, on the Scriptures we have just heard. Reflecting on the first reading from the book of Wisdom: we see that in the eyes of the unwise—those of unbelievers—the person we cherished appears to have died and that is the end of it; but we know in faith that it is not the end. We know, following the teaching of St. Paul's first epistle to the Corinthians that death will be swallowed up in the victory ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2015/10/homily-at-funeral-of-jean-andre.html