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Let's Talk Liturgy: Part 5 A WING AND A PRAYER - January 10, 2015 ... that day. The person who proclaims the Old Testament reading is called a lector or reader, and the book used for the reading is called the lectionary. We sit while the lector proclaims the reading from the ambo, or lectern, listening attentively until we hear the lector say: "The Word of the Lord," to which we respond, "Thanks be to God," signifying our assent to what has been read. Our connection to the ancient form of worship in the Jewish synagogue continues when next we sing (or recite) ...http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2015/01/lets-talk-liturgy-part-5.html

The Silence of the Canon Speaks More Loudly Than Words NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 5, 2015 ... medium silentium tenerent omnia, et nox in suo cursu medium iter haberet, omnipotens Sermo tuus, Domine, de caelis a regalibus sedibus venit. "While all things were in quiet silence, and the night was in the midst of her course, Thine almighty Word, O Lord, leapt down from heaven from Thy royal throne." (Introit, Sunday within the Octave of Christmas, MR 1962) In last week's article I spoke of why it makes more sense to follow the ancient custom of dividing the Mass into the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/KHf97NHAH4g/the-silence-of-canon-speaks-more-loudly.html

Year B the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph Καθολικός διάκονος - December 28, 2014 Readings: Gen 15:1-6; 21: 1-3; Ps. 128:1-5; Heb 11:8, 11-12, 17-19; Luke 2:22-40 For many the days leading up to Christmas, along with Christmas Eve and Christmas day, is an overwhelming and exhausting experience, which is why we should be grateful that we don't have to wait too long this year for Lent to start. Right now we can simply enjoy the twelve days of Christmas with a measure of peace that allows us, like the Blessed Virgin Mary, to ponder the ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2014/12/year-b-feast-of-holy-family-of-jesus.html

Humility—Third Sunday of Advent—Cycle C IS MY PHYLACTERY SHOWING? - December 14, 2014 ... from which we get the word, Messiah. Isaiah is not speaking, intentionally, of the Messiah, but he prefigures the coming Messiah, as many others in salvation history prefigured Christ. In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus reads this same passage in His home synagogue to announce the beginning of His mission. Luke actually quotes the Greek version of this text, which uses the Greek word for anointed, e' kristen', which is where we get the word Kristos or Christ. So Jesus announces His ...http://theocoid.blogspot.com/2014/12/humilitythird-sunday-of-adventcycle-c.html

Second Friday of Advent: "Bring Me Flesh and Bring Me Wine", but Not Yet... GODZDOGZ - December 11, 2014 Readings: Isaiah 48:17-19; Psalm 1:1-4,6; Matthew 11:16-19 Somewhat earlier than expected in Dominican life, I find myself in the awkward position of trying to avoid repeating what I've already said about a particular Gospel passage. A more textual reflection on today's Gospel reading, which I wrote last year, is available here . Taking a slightly different tack, the theme I want to focus on this year is celebration. As one who enjoys ...http://godzdogz.op.org/2014/12/FleshAndWine.html

Thanks to the Word Among Us Press for Today's Package THIS THAT AND THE OTHER THING - December 8, 2014 Today's package was from Word Among Us Press and it held some real gems: Abide in My Word 2015: Mass Readings at Your Fingertips About the Book: For years, Abide in My Word has been helping Catholics follow the daily and Sunday Mass Scripture readings and stay attuned to the liturgical year. Its enduring popularity lies in its convenience and simplicity. The complete text for each day s Mass readings, including the responsorial psalm, is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/ngaR/~3/8d5NMDZJ-VU/thanks-to-word-among-us-press-for.html

"Advent" MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - December 7, 2014 ... repeated and urgent appeals to the Messias [Messiah]: "Come, delay no longer." The Lessons from St. Paul urge us to dispose ourselves fittingly for His coming. The Gospels describe the terrors of the Last Judgment, foretell the second coming, and tell of the preaching of St. John the Baptist "to prepare the way of the Lord." In Advent, the Greek Church celebrates particularly the ancestors of our Lord -- all the Patriarchs and Prophets of the Old Testament, but especially ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/12/advent.html

Watch! HEART FOR GOD - November 30, 2014 ... 1:3–9 / Mark 13:33–37 WATCH! The purple we use in Advent is connected to its use in Lent. Both are penitential seasons in which we are called to give special attention to our sins and our need for salvation. Advent has long been a time for Christians to take part in such practices as fasting and abstinence, but in our culture Advent has lost most of its penitential focus. Our society has absorbed Advent into a popular (and very secular) celebration of what it calls ...http://heartforgodltd.blogspot.com/2014/11/watch.html

DPPL 130: Reading of the Lord's Passion CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - November 18, 2014 ... Lent, especially on Wednesdays and Fridays, love for our Crucified Savior should move the Christian community to read the account of the Lord's Passion. Such reading, which is doctrinally significant, attracts the attention of the faithful because of its content and because of its narrative form, and inspires true devotion: repentance for sins, since the faithful see that Christ died for the sins of the entire human race, including their own; compassion and solidarity for the ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/11/18/dppl-130-reading-of-the-lords-passion/