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What Does Easter Mean? The Truth of Easter Using Historical Evidence. A CATHOLIC LIFE - April 20, 2017 ... predominant meaning of Easter is joy. Pascha conveys a number of meanings, all connected to Easter. The early Christian writers of Alexandria, Egypt focused on the Resurrection of Our Lord as a fulfillment of the Passover of the Jewish people through the Red Sea and ultimately into the Holy Land. Our joy is in passing from death to life through Baptism as well as in partaking of the feast of the slain Passover Lamb in Holy Communion, as we "pass over from the things of this ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/m1zciZt-IuE/what-does-easter-mean-truth-of-easter.html

The Theology of the Novus Ordo Good Friday Liturgy NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 20, 2017 ... both 1955 and 1570. A second option is also provided, that it be carried in from the door, and raised at the words "Behold the wood of the Cross…" at three stations, the door, the middle of the nave, and before the sanctuary. In this latter case, the Cross is not veiled and uncovered in three stages, an entirely pointless innovation. In either case, the rite may be also be done by the deacon or "another suitable minister"; the "suitability" of the latter is not defined, and no specific ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/1cXlbTwBfHY/the-theology-of-novus-ordo-good-friday.html

Apr 16 - Easter Sunday FATHER BILL'S BLOG - April 16, 2017 ... readings, and it is the identical and astounding message of todays': today, on this Easter Sunday, Jesus stands in our midst as ONE LIKE US, WHO WAS RAISED FROM HUMAN DEATH by God his Father and given A BRAND-NEW KIND OF HUMAN LIFE : a life of fullness, splendor, and glory: so that he can freely give them to us, IF WE BUT BELIEVE IN HIM! Today is the "day of whistles and bells" it is the "day of appreciating the 'fully loaded' shiny new automobile" that we all might hope to ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/04/apr-16-easter-sunday.html

Easter Post - He Is Alive and Waiting for You! HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - April 16, 2017 ... that we too would have an opportunity for eternal life – a priceless gift which we have done nothing to deserve but which we can too easily forfeit. Our Risen Lord is alive! And He desires much more than your weekly attendance at Mass. He hungers to have a personal, life-changing relationship with you. How will you respond to His invitation? Hopefully, the same way "Charlie" did. "Charlie" was one of the many men I was privileged to meet during the more than ten years I spent occasional ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2017/04/worth-revisiting-easter-post-he-is.html

'For As Yet They Did Not Understand the Scripture, That He Must Rise From the Dead.' Sunday Reflections, Easter Sunday ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC BLOGGERS - April 14, 2017 Easter Sunday Resurrection , Léonard Limo Sin [ Web Gallery of Art ] The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night Readings (New American Bible: Philippines, USA) Readings (Jerusalem Bible: Australia, England & Wales, India [optional], Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, Scotland, South Africa) At the Mass during the Day Readings (New American Bible: Philippines, USA) Readings (Jerusalem Bible: Australia, England & Wales, ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2017/04/for-as-yet-they-did-not-understand.html

The Dominican Easter Vigil (before 1957) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 14, 2017 ... short and merely recited, not sung. A small candle was then lighted from these coals, but they were kept in the presbytery until the lighting of the church lamps, so that they could be used to relight the Easter Candle should a draft put it out. The deacon received the prior's blessing, gave the subdeacon the missal and placed himself to the subdeacon's left, which was the Gospel side, as all were facing the altar. The two acolytes with unlighted candles flanked the deacon and subdeacon. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ZV6TGraaJB8/the-dominican-easter-vigil-before-1957.html

The Dominican Rite Easter Vigil Befrore 1957 DOMINICAN LITURGY - April 14, 2017 ... short and merely recited, not sung. A small candle was then lighted from these coals, but they were kept in the presbytery until the lighting of the church lamps, so that they could be used to relight the Easter Candle should a draft put it out. The deacon received the prior's blessing, gave the subdeacon the missal and placed himself to the subdeacon's left, which was the Gospel side, as all were facing the altar. The two acolytes with unlighted candles flanked the deacon and subdeacon. The ...http://dominican-liturgy.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-dominican-rite-easter-vigil-befrore.html

Exodus 12:1-8, 11-14, Psalm 116:12-13, 15-18, 1 Corinthians 11:23-26, John 13:1-15 WHOM SHALL I SEND? SEND ME LORD - April 13, 2017 DAILY HOLY MASS READINGS I give you a new commandment, says the Lord: love one another as I have loved you. Jn 13:34 Exodus 12:1-8, 11-14 Psalm 116:12-13, 15-18 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 John 13:1-15 Exodus 12:1-8, 11-14 My soul's beloved, from the moment our first parents sinned in Eden the consequences of that sin reverberated through all creation and severing forever oure relationship with God. It was a sin committed by choice despite all they knew of ...http://whomshallisend.blogspot.com/2017/04/exodus-121-8-11-14-psalm-11612-13-15-18.html

Fifteen Questions on the Paschal Triduum BIG C CATHOLICS - April 11, 2017 ... showing of the cross, the priest or deacon may carry the cross to the entrance of the sanctuary or another suitable place. The first person to adore the cross is the priest celebrant. He takes off his chasuble and his shoes. The faithful then approach the cross. The personal adoration of the cross is an important feature in this celebration and every effort should be made to achieve it. The rubrics remind us that only one cross should be used for adoration. The foot of the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/fifteen-questions-on-paschal-triduum.html

The Living Stations of the Cross SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - April 11, 2017 Going to chapel early on a Lenten morning to meditate on the Readings for Mass and not being touched by them, I put down the book and tried to meditate on the Stations of the Cross, which hung on the chapel wall at our Senior Center where I was recuperating. Not being moved or touched by that meditation, I put down the book and just watched the residents enter the chapel. Some needed a helping hand; others managed with the help of a cane, a wheelchair, or crutches. I was ...http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-living-stations-of-cross.html

Life-Changing Holy Week NARU HODO - April 9, 2017 ... following the Lord Jesus Christ is worth the total surrender of oneself. God is immeasurably good. And yet, I tremble when it is Holy Week. Because there is always the walking through it ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2017/04/life-changing-holy-week.html

Confession Takes Us to the Cross -- And Then Heaven (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - March 26, 2017 ... want to look at "secrets" five and six today. Let's start there, and then find our way back to the readings we heard. These are two of the most powerful chapters in Mr. Flynn's book. In Chapter 5, he points out that when we receive the Sacrament of Penance, we are brought to Calvary, to the Cross. And in Chapter 6, he explains that the whole story – of his book, and of the Sacrament – is that this is about more than a clean slate; it's about a whole new life. In ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2017/03/confession-takes-us-to-cross-and-then.html

Laetare Sunday a Joyful Pause in a Somber Season CATHOLIC HOTDISH - March 23, 2017 ... who were mourning" (see Isaiah 66:10). Joyful Symbols. Exceptions from normal Lenten practice are permitted on Laetare Sunday: "In this Mass, the color violet or rose is used. Instrumental music is permitted, and the altar may be decorated with flowers" (Roman Missal, pg. 106). Rose is the liturgical color for joy. Instrumental music is a joy to hear. Beautiful flowers are a joy to see. Joyful Anticipation. There are multiple reasons why the Fourth Sunday of Lent is cause for joy, the most ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/-T_VKRBMRGs/

Stations of the Cross ATONEMENTONLINE - March 18, 2017 ... least one half and hour in pious reading and meditation on the Passion and Death of our Lord Jesus Christ. F. For those belonging to the Oriental rites, amongst whom this pious exercise is not practiced, the respective Patriarchs can determine some other pious exercise in memory of the Passion and Death for the gaining of this indulgence. A plenary indulgence MUST be accompanied by the three prerequisites of a plenary indulgence: 1. Sacramental Confession, 2. Communion, and 3. ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/03/stations-of-cross.html

The Byzantine Feast of St Benedict in Rome NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 15, 2017 ... Saint of the College's main church. As Elijah once did, Father, you brought down the rain from heaven by your divine entreaty; you made a vessel run over with oil, and raised a dead man, and accomplished numberless other wonders, in all ways unto the glory of God and the Savior, o holy one; wherefore, Benedict, we celebrate your holy memory with love. (3rd Sticheron for Vespers) The little entrance with the Gospel book. Normally, this is done with only the thurible, but on major feasts, an ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/MI5oMwZYOho/the-byzantine-feast-of-st-benedict-in.html

Homily for the 3rd Sunday in Lent, March 19, 2017, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - March 12, 2017 Fr. Charles Irvin Senior Priest Diocese of Lansing ( Click here for today's readings ) If you've heard the soundtrack for the Broadway show Les Miserables you may remember a song sung by Fantine that is a lament. She sings a sad song to her lost youth, her lost innocence, her lost beauty. It reflects a song many of us have in our hearts as she sings: I had a dream that life would be So different than the hell I'm living, So different now than what it seemed, Now life has ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/homily-for-3rd-sunday-in-lent-march-19.html

Judas Left Early Too A FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS - March 11, 2017 At Mass today there was an awkward moment at Communion time. The Good Looking One and I were in line for Communion when the pastor suddenly stopped distributing Communion and stood staring at the side door. People were leaving before Mass was over. Father was not pleased. After several seconds of staring he went back to distributing Communion. At the time of the announcements just before the end of Mass he explained that he ...http://paxchristirochester.blogspot.com/2017/03/judas-left-early-too.html

Misery Is the Need for Mercy Καθολικός διάκονος - March 5, 2017 Readings: Gen 2:7-9.3:1-7; Ps 51:3-6.12-13.17; Rom 5:12.17-19: Matt 4:1-11 Lie/die; lying/dying. These may seem like random associations, but random they are not. Words that rhyme have at least that in common, which is a lot, especially when one thinks of that most effective means of human communication: poetry. In today's first reading we hear about what we have simply come to know as "the fall." We did we fall from? The succinct answer is grace. We fell ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/03/misery-is-need-for-mercy.html

Mar 2 - Thursday After Ash Wednesday FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - March 2, 2017 + The readings for today are a dramatic and compelling launch into the Holy Season of Lent. Jesus declares, "Whoever loses his life for my sake will save it." This sacrifice: handing our imperfect self over to the One who responds by handing us back our true self through his gift of his own self on the cross. Astounding! The Lord, in the first reading today, sets before us life and death, and asks us to "choose life!" – choose life, with all its ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/03/mar-2-thursday-after-ash-wednesday.html

1001 Reasons Why It's Great to Be Catholic! - Robert M. Haddad BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - March 2, 2017 ... the same creed recited by the faithful today. 152. In affirming belief in Adam and Eve the Catholic Church echoes St Paul who said: "For as by a man came death, by a man has come also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, so also in Christ shall all be made alive" (1 Cor. 15:21-22). 302. The Catholic Church's feast days remind us that we always have someone or something to celebrate: Christmas; Easter; Pentecost; All Saints; All Souls; the Marian feasts; St Joseph; Sts Peter ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/kJzhw-nBELk/1001-reasons-why-its-great-to-be.html

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