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The Mass and the Recovery of Transcendence CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 29, 2016 ... the day after the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of same-sex "marriage" and about three years after the Court upheld the vote of Congress to pass the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care). As a devout Catholic, she is both confused and disappointed and the reality that she is living in a post-Christian America is hammered home with great ferocity. The movie she watched the night before with her husband, that received such glowing reviews from the city's leading newspaper, left ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/D8jm7qIQ_X8/the-mass-and-the-recovery-of-transcendence

Pope Francis -- Like Peter -- Isn't Perfect, Yet Christ Builds His Church (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - April 10, 2016 ... he's hungry; or is it because – after denying the Lord – he's going backward in his life? And then Jesus asks him, three times, "Do you love me?" In the Greek, the word for love Jesus uses is much stronger than the word Peter uses in response. It is as if Jesus said, Peter, do you love me completely, unreservedly and totally? And Peter said, I love you in the usual sort of way. When Jesus asks the third time, he uses the same word Peter did. What does this mean? I think it means ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/04/pope-francis-like-peter-isnt-perfect.html

Divine Mercy Sunday HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - April 3, 2016 ... killing," basketball has "mercy rules," and there was even an old joke about the man who killed his parents placing himself on the mercy of the court—since he was an orphan. Only at Mass do we seem to use the word seriously. We pray "Lord, have mercy, Christ have mercy" in a prayer even older than the Latin liturgy. St. John Paul designated this second Sunday of Easter as the Sunday of Divine Mercy. He called Divine Mercy "the Easter gift that the Church receives from the risen Christ ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/04/divine-mercy-sunday.html

On the Life and Death of Justice Antonin Scalia THESE STONE WALLS - March 2, 2016 The homily of Father Paul Scalia at the funeral Mass for his father, Justice Antonin Scalia, witnessed to the world what it means to be Catholic in the public square. The sudden death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on February 13 came as a great shock to me, and is a great loss to this nation. The tributes to his legacy are many, and over time I believe he will be remembered and cited as a major legal mind on the Supreme Court with the soul of America as ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/_Chc2M07Rmc/

The Beauty of Fr. Scalia's Funeral Homily CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 23, 2016 Fr. Paul Scalia's homily at the funeral of his father, Justice Antonin Scalia, was "remarkable in its moving profundity," as one of my colleagues wrote. But why was the homily so good? Can we analyze it and understand why it was so perfectly appropriate and profound? Such reflections can be helpful to both pastors and the faithful. Perhaps Fr. Scalia was inspired and wrote it spontaneously in an hour. But more likely he worked on it for hours, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/EQnj0L0PGvA/the-beauty-of-fr-scalias-funeral-homily

Cardinal Burke's Visit to Krakow, Poland - Pontifical Mass (with Video) RORATE CÆLI - February 13, 2016 ... (...). From my first recollections, there was never any doubt that God's greatest gift to me, my family and to the whole Church is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and its incomparable fruit", the Cardinal said. "A time of particular growth of this Eucharistic intimacy began when, at the age of ten, I became an altar boy, assisting the priest during the offering of the Holy Mass and other Sacred Rites. To witness more closely all the rich beauty of the Rite of the Mass and, in particular, the ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/02/cardinal-burkes-visit-to-krakow-poland.html

Always Say What Needs to Be Said, and Always With Love (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - February 2, 2016 ... because I love you? Awkward? Probably. But if we can't manage to communicate God's love to people, then don't even claim you're speaking God's message. And if you're not sure just how to explain some of the things we believe, in terms of God's love, then we have more work to do ourselves to understand what God teaches and asks of us. For example, perhaps we're not sure how to explain why marriage is a man and a woman, not two men or two women. And the answer is, because God ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/02/always-say-what-needs-to-be-said-and.html

Still Somewhere in Between THE WILD REED - January 17, 2016 Ten years ago on this 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, I gave the homily at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church in Minneapolis. (Of course, they couldn't, and still can't call homilies by non-members of the church's clerical caste "homilies," but that's essentially want they are.) My homily on January 15, 2006 was entitled "Somewhere in Between," and drew from both my experience as a gay man in the Catholic Church and the beautiful imagery of ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2016/01/still-somewhere-in-between.html

Second Sunday of Ordinary Time: There Was a Wedding in Cana VOX NOVA - January 17, 2016 A homily for the second Sunday. A beautiful triplet of readings. I really like the reading from Paul, but I could not really see how to work it in with the other two. Writing this was partly influenced by a private detail: last week was the 30th anniversary of the day I proposed. What a long strange trip it has been. As always, thoughts and comments are welcome: help me learn the art of the homily! On this Sunday the gospel reading is ...http://vox-nova.com/2016/01/17/second-sunday-of-ordinary-time-there-was-a-wedding-in-cana/