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Transfiguring Your Life IMPACTING CULTURE BLOG - August 1, 2017 Fr. Richard Pagano reflects on the readings for this upcoming Sunday, the Feast of the Transfiguration (August 6th, 2017). Fr. Pagano is a Roman Catholic priest from the Diocese of St. Augustine, FL. He is currently enrolled in JPCatholic's MBA in Film Producing program. Click here for St. Leo the Great's reflection on the Transfiguration.http://impactingculture.com/transfiguring-your-life/

Arranging the EF Breviary for the Rest of the Liturgical Year NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 29, 2017 ... the Magnificat at Vespers of Saturday; these readings are part of a system which goes back to the sixth century. In August, the books of Wisdom are read; in September, Job, Tobias, Judith and Esther; in October the books of the Macchabees; in November, Ezechiel, Daniel, and the twelve minor Prophets. (September is actually divided into two sets of readings, Job having a different set of responsories from the other three books.) The "first Sunday" of each of these months is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Mo3Zi6Fylxc/arranging-ef-breviary-for-rest-of.html

6th Sunday After Pentecost 16 Jul 2017 Sermon LUX VERA - July 20, 2017 6 th Sunday after Pentecost 16.7.17 Multiplication There are so many things to pray for. We could not even list all the situations that need prayer, let alone make the prayer. Even just one person, picked at random, would provide us many things to pray for, as every life has its dramas and crises. Accordingly we can feel overwhelmed by the size and number of the problems we face, and give up before we start, as far as praying goes. We feel with the apostles: How can we feed ...http://luxvera.blogspot.com/2017/07/6th-sunday-after-pentecost-16-jul-2017.html

Sunday Sermon, July 2 -- Introduction to the Letter to the Romans (Sunday Sermons on Romans, Part 1 -- Father Ryan Erlen THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - July 6, 2017 We read from the Letter of St Paul to the Romans from the 9th to the 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time this year (Year A). For an additional 8 Sundays or Holy Days, we read from Romans as well. Practically, we will be reading from Romans for three months straight - from the last Sunday of June to all but the last Sunday of September (with the exception of the Transfiguration on August 6). Catholics are often intimidated by St Paul's Letter to ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2017/07/sunday-sermon-july-2-introduction-to.html

12th Sunday in ORDINARY TIME and the 'D U B I A' GLORIA OLIVAE - June 26, 2017 1. The 12th Sunday in Ordinary time shows the disease plaguing the Church. The 'dubia' is the attempted remedy to the disease. Whether the cure will eliminate the disease is still a big question. Let us look at the Gospel message; 'whoever acknowledges me before men I will acknowledge before my Father in heaven. Whoever disowns me before men I will disown before my Father in heaven. There are two commands of Christ here. First; 'whoever acknowledges me before men I ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_06_01_archive.html#8854240910625274620

The THREE APPARITIONS of CHRIST......6th Sunday of EASTER GLORIA OLIVAE - May 30, 2017 http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_05_01_archive.html#3163484900622153387

Deacon Bob's Homily for 6th Sunday of Easter, Cycle A, 2017 CATHOLIC FAITH AND REFLECTIONS - May 25, 2017 Here is my homily for this weekend. God bless all! 6th Sunday of Easter – Cycle A Acts 8: 5-8, 14-17; 1 Pt 3: 15-18; John 14: 15-21 May 20-21, 2017 Lest we forget, we are still celebrating Easter. The fifty days from Easter Sunday to Pentecost are Easter days, days that are meant to be days of great joy for all Christians. Joy, because we know Jesus lives, that he is among us, that he is risen, that we are now one with him as the ...http://bob.yerhot.org/2017/05/deacon-bobs-homily-for-6th-sunday-of-easter-cycle-a-2017/

Reflection for the 6th Week of Easter, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - May 24, 2017 ... dioceses, however, have transferred the Solemnity to Sunday. They were concerned that too many Catholics were skipping Mass on this Holy Day of Obligation, so they wanted to make things easier. I can see that, I suppose, but my question is this: "When did it ever hurt a Catholic to go to Mass one extra day during the week?" Catholics make room in their busy schedules for all kinds of things: sporting events, concerts, parties, dinner dates, etc., etc. Why not one more Mass? ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2017/05/reflection-for-6th-week-of-easter-part-2.html