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7th Sunday After Pentecost 27 Jul 2014 Sermon LUX VERA - July 31, 2014 7th Sunday after Pentecost 27.7.14 Seeking happiness Christian life is often seen as harder than ordinary life because we have to go to more trouble to be good, and to make proper use of all the things that God places at our disposal. Undoubtedly the Christian life requires a lot of discipline, but we will always find that any effort we expend in the pursuit of holiness will be worth it. We, like everyone else, are seeking to be happy. ...http://luxvera.blogspot.com/2014/07/7th-sunday-after-pentecost-27-jul-2014.html
Dr Kwasniewski on Seven Years of Summorum Pontificum VULTUS CHRISTI - July 8, 2014 Dr Peter Kwasniewski, writing on The New Liturgical Movement offers a cogent and encouraging reflection on the 7th anniversary of Summorum Pontificum. Here is Dr Kwasniewski's text. The boldface emphases are my own. I remember distinctly the day of July 7, 2007. Over the course of the preceding year, there had been a number of amicable but highly tentative discussions about the extent to which the traditional Latin Mass should find a place in the life of our newly ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/07/dr-kwasniewski-on-seven-years-of-summorum-pontificum/
Homily : 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A. CURSOR MUNDI - July 4, 2014 Here's my homily to be preached at all Masses this weekend 6/7th July, 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A. "See, now your King comes to you, he is victorious, he is triumphant, humble and riding on a donkey." So writes the prophet Zechariah in the first reading we heard today. Very counter-intuitive ! One would expect a King to come charging along on a big strong horse, looking anything but humble, wouldn't they? But ...http://cursormundi.blogspot.com/2014/07/homily-14th-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html
More About Holy Innocents in Manhattan (videos) FR. Z'S BLOG - June 28, 2014 ... morning, it varies between 80-100. On Sundays the average has been 170 and that number is climbing to around 200 these days. There are about 40 men who are in the server corps and about 20 in the choir rotation. Lay people gather and at least one cleric on Sunday afternoons to sing Vespers (as the Second Vatican Council asked) and have Benediction. There aren't Sung Vespers at St. Patrick's Cathedral, but there are at Holy Innocents. More people are at Sunday ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/nQQdjuot7Q4/
Writing Expectantly QUANTUM THEOLOGY - June 21, 2014 I am working on a homily for the 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle B in the Roman Catholic Lectionary). Even though next year we are using the Cycle B readings, there will be no 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time, nor an 7th, 8th or 10th -- because of an early Easter. So I'm writing well into the future (if I've figured it out correctly the next time there will be ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2014/06/writing-expectantly.html
It's Jennifer's Fault! HEART OF A MOTHER - May 5, 2014 ... started, and I watched the little boys happily play. During naptime, I sat on the school room floor and snatched free moments to read in between correcting math problems and giving dictation for spelling. At this point, my daughter declared that I must really like that book. What? The one I've been carrying around all day? I kept reading. The big kids finished their work and disappeared to build with Legos. The preschooler, who refused to nap today, started acting out, which he does when he ...http://heartofamother.blogspot.com/2014/05/its-jennifers-fault.html