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Chant Workshop in Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 10-12 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 8, 2017 ... University, Bard College Conservatory, Duquesne University, National Assoc.of Pastoral Musicians (Greensburg, PA); presentations to the American Choral Directors Association: national, regional and state conventions; conducting the Saint Vincent Schola Gregoriana at Heinz Hall with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (2009, 2012); CDs with the Monastic Choir of Montecassino (Foné 1999), with the Saint Vincent Camerata Scholars (JADE 2011, 2013) and with the Schola Cantorum of Holy Family ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/_KB58lSHEEw/chant-workshop-in-columbus-ohio-aug-10.html

Liturgy and the Totus Christus Καθολικός διάκονος - August 5, 2017 Showing a picture he took of a Lutheran chapel in Denmark, where he was participating in a conference of the European Hymn Society, Benedictine priest, musician and liturgical scholar, Fr Anthony Ruff (who I had the pleasure of meeting more than 20 years ago), where he celebrated Mass, noted that while "the Lutherans still use the medieval high altar of the former Cistercian monastery," he, a Catholic monk, "set up an altar/table facing the people." In ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/08/liturgy-and-totus-christus.html

St Mildred and a Monastery That Has Outlived the Vikings, Danes, Henry VIII and Mr Hitler THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - July 13, 2017 ... today and offers a place of prayer and spiritual nourishment for the people of Thanet and visitors from all over the world. Since the monastic buildings include part of the old Saxon monastery, it has a claim to be the oldest inhabited building in England. For some really fascinating information on St Mildred and Minster Abbey, see the articles St Mildred of Thanet, "The Fairest Lily of the English" and St Mildred and the Foundation of Minster-in-Thanet at the blog of the erudite lover of all ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2017/07/st-mildred-and-monastery-that-has.html

Jul 11 - St. Benedict of Nursia FATHER BILL'S BLOG - July 11, 2017 ... Though never becoming a priest and not intending to even found a religious order, St. Benedict soon became known as the Father of Western Monasticism : sometimes your destiny has your name written all over it. St. Benedict is one of the most widely known saints in Church history, along with his sister St. Scholastica, who founded an order of nuns who followed his Rule. His patronage is of monks, of course, but also against the forces of evil and Pope Paul VI named him a patron saint of all of ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/07/jul-11-st-benedict-of-nursia.html

St Benedict COMMUNIO - July 11, 2017 ... his sincere hope: "May every Benedictine community present itself with a well-defined identity, like a "city on a hill", distinct from the surrounding world, but open and welcoming to the poor, to pilgrims and to all who are searching for a life of greater fidelity to the Gospel!" Blessed John Henry Newman tells us: "We are told to be like little children; and where shall we find a more striking instance than is here afforded us of that union of simplicity and reverence, that ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2017/07/st-benedict-2/

Worth Revisiting - If You Love God and His Priests HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - June 27, 2017 ... you, by continuing to close My churches to souls, frustrate and contradict the desires of My Eucharistic Heart. There is sorrow in heaven over this. It is not difficult to keep My churches open and to provide for the spiritual needs of those who would readily enter them in search of My friendship. The obstacles are not those of which you think; the obstacle is a lack of faith, a loss of belief in My real presence. My priests will be held responsible for the coldness and isolation that has come ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2017/06/worth-revisiting-if-you-love-god-and.html

Feast of Saint John the Baptist THE SPIRIT'S SWORD - June 24, 2017 ... also created a method of teaching singers still used today, wherein singers are trained to sing the intervals by having the singers sing the notes out of order, rather like Julie Andrews in Sound of Music, where she teaches them, as Guido did, first the names of the notes, and them how to move between them "so, do, la, fa, mi, re, do- when you know the notes to sing." And his students could now sing most anything. The immediate reaction to Guido's brilliant and workable solution was the reward ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheSpiritsSword/~3/_YoWWpmrAEo/saint-john-baptist-day.html

English Benedictines in the Sacrament of the Present Moment MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - June 24, 2017 Such a m ixed bag as the English Benedictine Congregation would have probably never been founded if it had not been true in the late Middle Ages that high contemplation was found as much outside the cloister as within it. Tertiaries of the mendicant orders, lay people living outside the cloister like St Catherine of Sienna and St Rose of Lima, lay contemplatives and anchorites only too ready to profess that they weren't monks or nuns, like Richard Rolle and the author of ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2017/06/such-m-ixed-bag-as-english-benedictine.html

St. Romuald, Abbot and Founder JEAN M. HEIMANN - June 19, 2017 ... became abbot from 996 to 999. For almost thirty years he traveled about Italy, reforming monasteries and establishing hermitages. Romuald's own father eventually became a monk in one of his monasteries; when he later wavered in his vows, his son's encouragement helped him remain faithful. The last fourteen years of Romuald's life were spent in seclusion at Mount Sitria, Bifolco, and Val di Castro. St. Romuald died in 1027, and was canonized in 1595. Like all the saints, ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/06/st-romuald-abbot-founder/

St. Romuald, Abbot, Founder of the Camaldolese Order BIG C CATHOLICS - June 18, 2017 ... He endured a prolonged period of spiritual dryness, which was eventually relieved by the words of Psalm 31: "I will give you understanding and I will instruct you."; an insight that never left him. The contribution for which Romuald is perhaps best remembered occurred at Camaldoli, in Tuscany. Here, around the year 1012, he founded the Order of the Camaldolese Benedictines, which united a monastic, or community, way of life with the eremitical, or solitary, way. His first disciples were Saint ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/06/st-romuald-abbot-founder-of-camaldolese.html

Itala Mela Beatified COMMUNIO - June 17, 2017 ... Trinity. In his June 11th, Trinity Sunday Angelus Address, Pope Francis said that Blessed Itala Mela was not raised in the Catholic Faith, and in fact she identified herself as an atheist following her brother Enrico's death at the age of nine in 1920. The tragic loss sent her in a tail-spin. She later converted to Christ, however, following an intense spiritual experience on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (1922) at the age of 18. This sudden reawakening of her faith prompted her to ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2017/06/itala-mela-beatified/

Jun 5 - St. Boniface FATHER BILL'S BLOG - June 5, 2017 + St Boniface was born in Devonshire, England around 637. He was educated at the Benedictine monastery at Exeter. He chose to stay in Exeter to become a priest and to join the Benedictine order as a monk. He became a missionary to Germany in 719 assisted by Sts. Albinus, Abel and Agatha. They destroyed idols and pagan temples, and then built churches on the sites. Boniface became Bishop, and then Archbishop of Mainz – reforming ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/06/jun-5-st-boniface.html

St. Boniface: Apostle of Germany JEAN M. HEIMANN - June 4, 2017 ... Benedictine monk who gave up being elected abbot to devote his life to the conversion of the Germanic tribes. It was a slow and dangerous task; his life was in constant peril, while his flock was often reduced to abject poverty by wandering bands of robbers. Yet his courage never failed. He began with Bavaria and Thuringia, next visited Friesland, and then passed on to Hesse and Saxony, everywhere destroying the idol temples and raising churches in their ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/06/st-boniface-apostle-germany/

Saint Boniface, "The Apostle of the Germans" BIG C CATHOLICS - June 4, 2017 June 5th is the memorial of St. Boniface, the 8th century missionary and martyr. The Benedictine monk was chosen by divine Providence to become Germany's great apostle and patron. Boniface's first missionary endeavor was unsuccessful. Before attempting a second he went to Rome for papal authorization. Under the holy bishop Willibrord he converted Frisia (Prussia) within a period of three years. On November 30, 722, Boniface was consecrated bishop by ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/06/saint-boniface-apostle-of-germans.html

Reminder; Be a Benedictine Monk for 48 Hours! NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 26, 2017 Here's a reminder for an event I publicized earlier in the month. Fr Dunstan and Fr Gregory of St Mary's Benedictine Monastery in Petersham, Massachussetts, dropped me a line about their next monastic experience weekend, in which they hope to give people an experience of monastic life, and men the opportunity to explore a vocation to the religious life. One of the attendees from the last year's event is now novice, so let's hope for more. It takes place on the weekend of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/D8QCcXXUCZo/reminder-be-benedictine-monk-for-48.html

Saint Augustine of Canterbury, Bishop and Missionary Who Converted Pagan Britain BIG C CATHOLICS - May 26, 2017 May 27th, is the optional memorial of St. Augustine of Canterbury. He was born in Rome and died in Canterbury, England. An Italian Benedictine monk, at the behest of Pope Saint Gregory the Great, he founded the See of Canterbury and preached the Catholic faith to Britain's Anglo-Saxon pagans during the late 6th and early 7th centuries. St. Augustine was the first Archbishop of Canterbury. _______________________________________________ St. Augustine ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/05/saint-augustine-of-canterbury-bishop.html

Consecration of R U S S I A GLORIA OLIVAE - May 24, 2017 ... was made by a holy and truly Catholic president prophesied by the Blessed Virgin to whom God will give the palm of martyrdom in from of the Convent where the Blessed Virgin appeared and made the dark state of the Catholic Church today. Moreno was assassinated by the Americans, just like Kennedy and Scalia; just as they plan to do to Putin and to Trump. Its all in the news. The effect of the consecration was a grand spiritual renewal and socio-economic progress where a nation's all around ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_05_01_archive.html#3448455301798029961

Work and Pray CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - May 9, 2017 Ora et Labora is the motto of the Benedictine Order. To pray is the first work of the order, Opus Dei--God's work. Nothing is more important in the Rule of St. Benedict. Why is prayer called work? A Benedictine priest in his article in the Kyeongyang magazine tells the readers when you are called seven times during the day to pray, you can call it work. Sometimes you go without emotion as you go to the workplace, often in a trance. Life of ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2017/05/work-and-pray.html

Be a Benedictine Monk for 48 Hours! NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 2, 2017 Thank you to Fr Dunstan and Fr Gregory of St Mary's Benedictine Monastery in Petersham, Massachussetts, for dropping me a line about their next monastic experience weekend, in which they hope to give people an experience of monastic life, and men the opportunity to explore a vocation to the religious life. I am happy to pass on the information; I was delighted to hear that one of the attendees from the last one is now novice, so let's hope for more. It takes place on ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/vCx6drSV3Zs/be-benedictine-monk-for-48-hours.html

[podcast] Do You Love Yourself? #069 DANIELLE BEAN - May 1, 2017 ... about having me come speak to your parish, conference, or group. My newest book is available! You're Worth It! Change How You Feel About Yourself By Discovering How Jesus Feels About You Subscribe to Girlfriends in iTunes Subscribe to Girlfriends in Stitcher About Danielle Bean Danielle's Books on Amazon Catholic Digest Subscribe to the Danielle Bean newsletter Contact: Email Danielle Bean Rate and Review Girlfriends in iTunes Leave voice feedback Girlfriends on Facebook Danielle Bean on ...http://daniellebean.com/podcast-love-069/

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