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Holy Week and the Triduum AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - March 30, 2015 ... I, before Jesus who enters Jerusalem amid the enthusiasm of the crowd? Am I ready to express my joy, to praise him? Or do I stand back? Who am I, before the suffering Jesus? We have just heard many, many names. The group of leaders, some priests, the Pharisees, the teachers of the law, who had decided to kill Jesus. They were waiting for the chance to arrest him. Am I like one of them? We have also heard another name: Judas. Thirty pieces of silver. Am I like Judas? We have heard other names ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2015/03/holy-week-and-the-triduum/

Holy Week 'Priorities' FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - March 29, 2015 ... almost 40 days to Ash Wednesday, and remind you of the "word" I shared with you that day at Mass. As many of you know, every year since 2010 I've asked the Lord to give me a "theme word" for Lent to share with you on Ash Wednesday—a word that could help to focus and guide you—and me—(all of us) in our Lenten disciplines. Now since everybody here has a perfect memory and always remembers everything that I say from the pulpit, I'm sure I could ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2015/03/holy-week-priorities.html

Palm Sunday of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, A.D. 2015 VIVIFICAT! - March 29, 2015 ... in the highest" [3] Like in the Sanctus, greatness and human frailty often co-exist in our life. However, Jesus' life, death, resurrection and ascension sanctified the human form and opened a path to eternal life for all who chose to follow his way. As we embark on Holy Week, may we enter into the final days of Jesus' life and emerge joyous and renewed at Easter. Written by Sarah Ciotti Reviewed by Fr. Hugh Feiss, OSB, STD [1] New Revised Standard Version ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cybercatholics/jrWV/~3/AZ1B6BK27LU/palm-sunday-of-passion-of-our-lord.html

The Mother Was Standing SAINT THEODORA/MOTHER THEODORE GUERIN - March 29, 2015 ... distressed Was that mother highly blessed Of the sole-begotten one! Christ above in torment hangs, She beneath beholds the pangs Of her dying, glorious son. Is there one who would not weep Whelmed in miseries so deep Christ's dear mother to behold? Can the human heart refrain From partaking in her pain, In that mother's pain untold? Bruised, derided, cursed, defiled, She beheld her tender child, All with bloody scourges rent, For the sins of his own nation Saw him hang in desolation Till his ...http://saint-theodora.com/2015/03/29/the-mother-was-standing/

St Teresa of Ávila Καθολικός διάκονος - March 28, 2015 ... life, prior to her profound encounter with God, Teresa contracted malaria and became very ill. During her illness she had a seizure that left her unconscious and near death. In fact, she was thought to be dead. She awoke several days later only to discover a grave had been dug for her. This illness left her paralyzed for three years. But she was still not yet able or willing to give herself to God through prayer. Once she was given the grace ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/03/st-teresa-of-avila.html

Palm Sunday HOMILETIC DIAKONIA - March 28, 2015 ... none of us escapes. Now, as Lent is ending, we return to the cross and the story of how even Jesus, the incarnate Son of God, entered into the mystery of death. And what has happened in our lives between Ash Wednesday and now? Some of us, perhaps many of us, have prayed and fasted and given alms. Others of us have done other things: remodeled our kitchens, lost loved ones, been sick or hospitalized, attended funerals, watched the third season of House of Cards on Netflix, ...http://homileticdiakonia.blogspot.com/2015/03/palm-sunday.html

The Raising of Lazarus in the Liturgy of Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 28, 2015 Until the first part of the eighth century, the Thursdays of Lent were "aliturgical" days in the Roman Rite, days on which no ferial Mass was celebrated. A similar custom prevails to this day in the Ambrosian and Byzantine Rites, the former abstaining from the Eucharistic Sacrifice on all the Fridays in Lent, the latter on all the weekdays. I have described in another article why Pope St Gregory II (715-31) changed this custom, and instituted Masses for the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Ico4GuEXisM/the-raising-of-lazarus-in-liturgy-of.html

Newspaper Column: The Prayer Rule PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - March 27, 2015 Prayer is our foundation to life. Prayer connects us to God. The goal of prayer, and the spiritual life, is union with God. Recently I have been talking about contemplation. It is a gift. On one hand there is nothing you can do to receive this gift and yet there are some things we can do that can prepare us to receive the gift. So, today I will talk about what the Eastern Tradition calls the "Prayer Rule." A couple weeks ago ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2015/03/newspaper-column-prayer-rule.html

The Birth of St. John the Baptist IDLE SPECULATIONS - March 27, 2015 ... be mindful of his holy covenant 73 and of the oath he swore to Abraham our father, and to grant us that, 74 rescued from the hand of enemies, without fear we might worship him 75 in holiness and righteousness before him all our days. 76 And you, child, will be called prophet of the Most High, for you will go before the Lord to prepare his ways, 77 to give his people knowledge of salvation through the forgiveness of their sins, 78 because of the tender mercy of our God by which ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/Uocyk/~3/vsSSjFkibsY/the-birth-of-st-john-baptist.html

Truth: Not the Road to Popularity YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - March 26, 2015 ... it for a second. Faith didn't guarantee the prophet Jeremiah an easy road through life. In fact, his very faithfulness caused his friends to turn against him. The words God put in his mouth weren't what they wanted to hear, so they attempted to kill him. Doing the works of his Father didn't win Jesus accolades in every circle, either. In today's Gospel reading, the Jews listening to him in the Temple area wanted to pick up rocks and stone him to death. Jesus escaped, but not ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/03/truth-not-road-to-popularity.html

Cosette Marie CANDID CATHOLIC LIVING - March 26, 2015 ... anger. There was jealousy. There was doubt. What could I have done to stop this? Did I cause this? What did I do wrong? I asked myself "Why?" more times than I can count. Why me? Why again? Why this baby? Why now? Why can't I have my baby but all the women around me can have theirs? Why do we have to say goodbye to another baby? Why can't I just run away from the pain? Why is grieving so bitter? Why is healing so slow? But answers are scarce when questions are ambiguous and devoid of ...http://candidcatholicliving.blogspot.com/2015/03/cosette-marie.html

Count It All Joy! CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - March 25, 2015 My brief remarks to our faculty on March 25, 2015 We are approaching the anniversary of my father's death last year on Palm Sunday, so my 3 sisters, brother and I have been a little nostalgic, sharing memories about him—and laughing a lot. One of those memories was our ritual every morning. We had family morning prayer, and Dad would wake us all up by ringing this bell he had installed at the foot of our stairway, shouting up the stairs "Rise and ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2015/03/count-it-all-joy.html

An Overview of Holy Week A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - March 24, 2015 ... Week begins this year on March 29 with Palm (Passion) Sunday . With different degrees of solemnity, parishes will commemorate the Lord's Entrance into Jerusalem with a blessing of palm branches and a procession. At this Mass every year, the Passion, the story of the suffering of death of Jesus, is recounted in the gospel. This year we will hear the Passion according to St. Mark. The Passion is proclaimed on only two days of the year: Palm Sunday and Good ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/03/an-overview-of-holy-week.html

No One, Sir YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - March 23, 2015 Monday of the Fifth Week of Lent The Lord heard her prayer…Thus was innocent blood spared that day. Daniel 13:44, 62 Has no one condemned you?" She replied, "No one, sir." Then Jesus said, "Neither do I condemn you. Go, and from now on do not sin anymore." John 8:10-11 Piety The LORD is my shepherd; there is nothing I lack. In green pastures he makes me lie down; to still waters he leads me; He restores my soul. He guides me along right paths for the sake of his ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/03/no-one-sir.html

Saint of the Day: Turibius DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 23, 2015 http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/03/saint-of-day-turibius.html

The Daily Gospel and Readings 23 March 2015 DAILY PRAYERS AND MEDITATIONS - March 23, 2015 ... the man we could not hold, because he was stronger than we; he opened the doors and ran off. Then we seized her and asked who the young man was, but she refused to tell us. We testify to this." The assembly believed them, since they were elders and judges of the people, and they condemned her to death. But Susanna cried aloud: "O eternal God, you know what is hidden and are aware of all things before they come to be: you know that they have testified falsely against me. Here I ...http://prayersandmeditations.com/2015/03/23/the-daily-gospel-and-readings-23-march-2015/

Christ's Glory Is His Cross SENSE OF THE SACRED - March 22, 2015 ... the approach of the days of his suffering is not an occasion for sadness. He said: "The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified." What to the world seem to be days of pain and sorrow, to the Lord, these are days of glory. Again, the Lord upsets the thinking of the world. "Glory" means honor, public praise, and fame. Thus, to the world, it would mean popularity and public adulation. But to the Lord, it would mean humiliation and ...http://senseofthesacred.blogspot.com/2015/03/christs-glory-is-his-cross.html

Where He Is, So Will His Servants Be. . . DOMINE, DA MIHI HANC AQUAM! - March 22, 2015 ... him, we must give ourselves to Christ. Surrender completely. No reservations. Nothing held back. This means that what God wants for you must become your first concern. His will for you must come before your politics, your "needs," your self-control, your anger, your grudges, your debts, your hatreds, your loves, anything and everything must be heard and seen through the Father's will for you. We must be subject to the Father. Perfected in obedience. And nearly ready to explode with the need to ...http://hancaquam.blogspot.com/2015/03/where-he-is-so-will-his-servants-be.html

March 21st: The Solemnity of the 'Transitus' of Saint Benedict. MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - March 21, 2015 Chapter Thirty-seven of St Gregory's Dialogues: how venerable Benedict did prophesy to his monks, the time of his own death. The same year in which he departed this life, he told the day of his holy death to his monks, some of which did live daily with him, and some dwelt far off, willing those that were present to keep it secret, and telling them that were absent by what token they should know that he was dead. Six days before he left ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/03/march-21st-solemnity-of-transitus-of.html

Unbearable Solitude SCELATA - March 21, 2015 I like to be alone, (don't tell Himself.) The idea of living alone has never been unattractive to me, even after I found My True Love. Although I make a great deal of noise, silence bothers me not a whit. I remember once leaving after a stay at my Mom's, my youngest brother had gone off to college, a sister who was moving cross country had been there at the beginning of the stay but was gone by the end, and I asked her to get in touch with a friend of mine ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2015/03/unbearable-solitude.html

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