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'Worship the Lord Your God, and Serve Only Him.' Sunday Reflections, 1st Sunday of Lent, Year C ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - February 12, 2016 Three Temptations of Christ (detail) , Botticelli, 1481-82 Sistine Chapel, Vatican [ Web Gallery of Art ] Readings (New American Bible: Philippines, USA) Readings (Jerusalem Bible: Australia, England & Wales, India [optional], Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, Scotland, South Africa) Gospel Luke 4:1-13 ( New Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition , Canada) Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2016/02/worship-lord-your-god-and-serve-only.html

Friday After Ash Wednesday Καθολικός διάκονος - February 12, 2016 ... here, it is offered with a prayer that, through the intercession of the patron of Καθολικός διάκονος, St. Stephen, it will be of some spiritual benefit to someone. Readings: Isa 58:1-9a; Ps 51:3-6a; Matt 9:14-15 Throughout the history of the Church Friday has been observed as a day of penance. Just as every Sunday is a "little" Easter, so every Friday is a "little" Good Friday. Traditionally, the way ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/02/friday-after-ash-wednesday.html

Lent- A Paradigm of Christian Living A CATHOLIC MOM IN HAWAII - February 11, 2016 by Brother John M. Samaha, S.M. To see Lent only as a period of spiritual practices, penances, and self-imposed deprivations would be distorted and limited. Some understand Lent solely as a time of painful spiritual exercises accepted more or less willingly. But with reflection and by following attentively the Lenten celebrations brought to us by the Church and its liturgy, we come to recognize that Lent is a paradigm of Christian life. We ...http://hicatholicmom.blogspot.com/2016/02/lent-paradigm-of-christian-living.html

Lent 2016: Ash Wednesday FROM THE PULPIT OF MY LIFE - February 10, 2016 Lent has arrived. Remember that you are dust and unto dust you shall return. So, repent, and believe in the Gospel! I began the day with Liturgy of the Hours, Office of Readings and Morning Prayer as is my daily custom. Today's readings were in volume II of the 4 volumes set of Liturgy of […]http://www.fromthepulpitofmylife.com/2016/02/lent-2016-ash-wednesday/

Bootcamp III Evening Prayer and Lent Offices COFFEE AND CANTICLES - February 10, 2016 ... your own petitions just prior to the last one, which is usually for the dead. Praying Morning and Evening Prayer during ordinary time is a cinch. You simply use the psalter from beginning to end. (unless it's a saint's feast but we'll talk about that another time.) On Sundays, however, you do have to turn to the front of the book (Proper of Seasons) and find the concluding prayer for whichever Sunday of the year it is. Now we are in lent and so, if you are using a breviary, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/U-4_BQlpGBg/bootcamp-iii-evening-prayer-and-lent.html

Lent All Year Round? CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 10, 2016 ... of the year, early in the morning, and sported her ashes on her forehead all day, in front of her classes. She fasted and abstained, and we noticed, totally confused but still impressed. I always wondered what this separated sister was proclaiming out the side of her mouth. She was a nervous woman, but for one whole day of the year she beamed calmly. Many other people who have huge quarrels with the Church's moral theology, hierarchy, and ecclesiology, to name only three big ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/aQ3q1TsBGbA/lent-all-year-round

Ash Wednesday - With Apologies to the Property Brothers FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - February 9, 2016 Hi everyone - here's my homily for ASH WEDNESDAY - February 10, 2016. The readings for today can be found at http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/021016.cfm . Thanks as always for reading, sharing this blog with your followers on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit and for your comments and feedback. Grateful for your support! God Bless you and a Blessed Lent to you and yours... Fr. Jim HOMILY: Anyone who's been to Newman Catholic knows that we're ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2016/02/ash-wednesday-with-apologies-to.html

Year of Mercy: Mercy: The Heart of the Gospel FRANCISCAN LIFE - February 8, 2016 ... The Holy Year of Mercy coincides with "Year C" of the cycle of readings in the Lectionary—a cycle rich with themes of penance, reconciliation, and baptism. On Ash Wednesday Joel 2:12-18 reminds us that "gracious and merciful is God, slow to anger, rich in kindness, and relenting in punishment." Throughout this season we encounter God's love and mercy toward us and our call to be transformed into merciful women of the Church. The First Sunday of Lent ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2016/02/year-of-mercy-mercy-heart-of-gospel.html

Put Into the Deep COMMUNIO - February 7, 2016 In the Ordinary Form of the Mass it is the 5th Sunday through the Year. The Gospel is Luke 5:1-11. In the Byzantine Church it is Cheesefare Sunday (also called forgiveness Sunday). The Byzantine Church prepares its faithful to move slowly into the Lenten observance by three weeks of growing more and more into prayer, fasting and giving alms. While the gospel readings for the various liturgical rites may differ, it is always important to ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2016/02/put-into-the-deep/

Mercy the Key to a Good Lent (Sunday 5.C) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - February 7, 2016 I'll never forget talking to a young parishioner who saw me for spiritual direction before he moved to the Prairies. I asked "what are you doing for Lent?" He said very simply "Adding an extra half-hour of prayer, and giving up red meat, alcohol, and hot showers." I prayed fervently: "Dear Lord, please don't let him ask me the same question!" Most of us, if we're honest, no longer see Lent as a big deal, if we ever did. Certainly the numbers who come to Mass ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/02/mercy-key-to-good-lent.html

Chosen, Called, and Sent Καθολικός διάκονος - February 7, 2016 Readings: Isa 6:1-2a.3-8; Ps 138:1-5.7-8; 1 Cor 15:1-11; Luke 5:1-11 This week, the final Sunday before Lent begins, each of our three readings tells us about a calling issued and accepted. As Catholics we tend to use the word "vocation" instead of calling, but these words are synonymous, that is, they effectively mean the same thing. To my mind, one of the most important messages conveyed to us through hearing about the divine callings ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/02/chosen-called-and-sent.html

Homily: Of Buds, Promises and Discipleship BUKAS PALAD - February 6, 2016 Year C / Ordinary Time / Week 4 / Sunday Readings: Isaiah 6,1-2a, 3-8 / Ps 137.1-2a, 2bc-3, 4-5, 7c-8 (R/v 1c) / 1 Corinthians 15.1-11 / Luke 5.1-11 Let's be honest. Some of us may be physically present here for Mass but we are preoccupied with the imminent Chinese New Year celebrations. We might be worried about tonight's Reunion dinner: are the preparations done? will there be enough food? Will the warring siblings make peace? We might be concerned about the number of ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2016/02/homily-of-buds-promises-and-discipleship.html

Archbishop's Letter to the Faithful of Ottawa for Lent 2016 THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - February 5, 2016 TO GROW IN MERCY THIS LENT Dear brothers and sisters in Christ: Lent is about my call as a disciple of Jesus to renew my dying to sin and rising to newness of life with Christ that took place when I was baptized. We Catholics do this as we accompany, in prayer and with other gestures of support the "Elect", who will celebrate the Sacraments of Christian Initiation at the Easter Vigil. As Lent approaches you may, like me, wonder how to ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2016/02/archbishops-letter-to-faithful-of.html

Always Say What Needs to Be Said, and Always With Love (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - February 2, 2016 Lent is about 2 weeks away. Are you thinking about what you will do with this Lent? Now, after listening to the readings, one theme is clear enough: when we live our faith and proclaim our faith, we won't always get a good response. As obvious as that is, it's striking to me how often people will fall for the counter-argument: that you can measure what's true and good by what's popular. I can give you a few examples. One is the debate ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/02/always-say-what-needs-to-be-said-and.html

A Year of Reading Intention - Catholic Reading BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - January 30, 2016 ... would build out more of a plan for the year. So it will be a year of reading intentionally. I have just gone through my Kindle, Kobo and Google Play book apps to see what I have on the go or have and want to read. These are the books that are my goal for getting through this year. So in alphabetical order here are the books I plan to make it through this year: 21 Undeniable Secrets of Marriage, The - Allen Hunt A Man Cleansed by God - John E. Beahm Be A Man - Fr. Larry Richards Be Holy A ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/3rx7HTea-5Q/a-year-of-reading-intention-catholic.html

Jesus: Love, Death, and Life Eternal Καθολικός διάκονος - January 30, 2016 Readings: Jer 1:4-5.17-19; Ps 71:1-6.15-17; 1 Cor 12:31-13:13; Luke 4:21-30 In posting yesterday's traditio , almost as an afterthought, I noted, keeping in mind that it was seeing lovers kissing by the Berlin Wall that prompted David Bowie to write "Heroes" - "Love has political implications, always and everywhere, in all times and places." As I looked at the readings for the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) this morning, ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/01/jesus-love-death-and-life-eternal.html

The Three (faithless) Ways People Respond to Christ -- How Will You Respond? (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - January 24, 2016 ... Why did they respond the way they did? Then, in the Gospel, Jesus himself is reading from the Scriptures. This time, from Isaiah, from a passage describing the Messiah who will set free those imprisoned by sin and guilt. And Jesus tells them: this passage is fulfilled in your hearing— it is fulfilled…in Me! While this reading ends without telling us how people responded, that's what interested me, about both these readings: how people reacted, and ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-three-faithless-ways-people-respond.html

I See Him, Though Not Now YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - December 14, 2015 ... hijinks that follows leaves the Pharisees embarrassed and unsure of whether John's baptism was of human origin or divine origin. The notes to the NAB explain: "Since through embarrassment on the one hand and fear on the other the religious authorities claim ignorance of the origin of John's baptism, they show themselves incapable of speaking with authority; hence Jesus refuses to discuss with them the grounds of his authority." [i] The stalemate continues and will not end until at the foot of ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/12/i-see-him-though-not-now.html

Rejoice! Third Sunday of Advent (Cycle C) IS MY PHYLACTERY SHOWING? - December 13, 2015 ... Latin word adventus , the source of our English term, indicates an approach or onset. Advent is the onset of Christ's coming again. As our readings suggest, it is a time of hope, of looking forward to a joyous event, but not necessarily from the perspective of people who are now experiencing joy. Often the expectation of the Messiah's coming dawns when His people are at their lowest, when they feel bereft and oppressed. Zephaniah prophecies during the reign of Josiah, a time ...http://theocoid.blogspot.com/2015/12/rejoice-third-sunday-of-advent-cycle-c.html

Beat Your Own Breast NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 7, 2015 Even if Advent is not a penitential season in quite the same way Lent is, nevertheless, a penitential note has always been struck in this time of preparation and expectancy, in the weeks that lead up to the great feast of Christmas. In keeping therefore with the hopeful asceticism of the season, and the many Scriptural readings that call us to vigilance, I would like to have a look at one of the "lost gestures" of the Roman Rite which, thanks be to God, is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/1QM_2Ifxu8o/beat-your-own-breast.html

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