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Renewing My Baptismal Promises TOM PERNAâ„¢ - March 17, 2014 ... my baptismal promises on the actual date of my Baptism – March 17. Being Baptized by Rev. Joseph Nativo at St. Lucy's Catholic Church in Newark, NJ on March 17, 1974. For whatever reason, I have never done so until today. After reading Rosario Rodriquez's blog post last week titled, Today is the Anniversary of my Baptism , it got me thinking that I should do the same thing since my baptismal date was coming up. After speaking to my Pastor, who is also my ...http://tomperna.org/2014/03/17/renewing-my-baptismal-promises/

Newsletter From the Oratory ROME OF THE WEST - February 14, 2014 ... Sacrament and Benediction Confessions heard 1/2 hour before each Mass. PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY - CANDLEMAS Candlemas, the feast we celebrated on February 2, marked the end of the Christmas season, forty days after the birth of Christ. Fittingly, the Church's liturgy for this feast included the blessing of candles. Canon Raphael Ueda, Vicar at St. Francis de Sales Oratory, was the celebrant and homilist of the Solemn High Mass ...http://www.romeofthewest.com/2014/02/newsletter-from-oratory.html

Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - February 2, 2014 ... Zephaniah versus today's reading from the Book of Malachi. In the Book of Zephaniah, it states, "At that time, I will search Jerusalem with lamps..." [Zeph. 1:12] In harmony with the words of this biblical verse, the faithful of those days participated in a candle light procession. Nowadays, the Catholic liturgy still permits a procession. Using the rite in the sacramentary, the candles are blessed at the beginning of the Mass. For the procession, the priest wears a chasuble or cope. Now you ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/02/homily-for-today.html

Presentation of Jesus / Candlemas Day 2nd February CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 1, 2014 According to the law of Moses, every firstborn male was to be brought into the temple to be dedicated to God on the fortieth day after birth. At that time a sacrifice of thanksgiving was also to be brought. The Holy Mother of God followed this law, even though she knew that the Child was the Son of God. Thus, Joseph and Mary brought the Child Jesus into the temple on the fortieth day along with a humble sacrifice of two young pigeons. In Jerusalem at that ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/02/presentation-of-jesus-candlemas-day-2nd.html

Keeping the Company of the Saints: St. Bernadette Soubirous MEMORIES OF A CATHOLIC WIFE & MOTHER - February 1, 2014 ... shrine. Ave, Ave, Ave Maria. Ave, Ave, Ave Maria. The Spring Several years ago, on the Feast of our Blessed Mother's nativity and the days surrounding it, my husband, Catherine, and I were privileged to visit Lourdes with most of my family and some friends. Prior to thinking about or planning our trip to Lourdes, we learned that I was pregnant and decided that if we had another daughter, we would name her Bernadette. While we were in Lourdes, we read a plaque that shared the ...http://catholicmemories.blogspot.com/2014/02/keeping-company-of-saints-st-bernadette.html

The Magi in Art and Literature TEA AT TRIANON - January 6, 2014 ... he would become the balding man who kneels before the babe in countless Renaissance images. By the fifth century, Christian art had spread from catacombs and sarcophagi to vast public spaces, and the magi began to appear in the mosaic decorations of the first great basilicas. These mosaics share the same basic composition seen in earlier funerary art. In a sixth-century mosaic (above) from the church of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo, in Ravenna, Italy, for example, the magi appear as extravagantly ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-magi-in-art-and-literature.html

Wise Men From the East INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - January 5, 2014 ... ruler, knows nothing of an upstart princeling but learns that prophecies place him in Bethlehem. Herod directs the Wise Men to search there for the Child and keep him informed. Following their star, the Wise Men find Jesus with his Mother. They worship him and bestow gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Warned by an angel, they do not reveal the Child's location to jealous Herod but return secretly to their own land. In ancient texts of Scripture the Wise Men are Magoi in Greek and ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/01/wise-men-from-the-east.html

From the Friars ELetter: Advent & The Very Pregnant Virgin Mary MARY, OUR MOTHER - December 24, 2013 Advent & The Very Pregnant Virgin Mary During this month of December, Magnificat has a beautiful picture on the cover of a very pregnant Virgin Mary. Ready to give birth any day now, she is the image we ponder as the Church is at the end of Advent. We have been praying, pondering and singing, " Come, come, O Come Emmanuel! " Like a mother at the end of her pregnancy, the Church assures us, " He will be ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/YVVY/~3/2HiWeAr67yI/from-friars-eletter-advent-very.html

Novena for Christ-Mass: Postlude MAN WITH BLACK HAT - December 24, 2013 ... every nation shall yield, every knee shall bend down, and every tongue shall proclaim, that Jesus Christ is LORD! All the billboards in the world to the contrary, all the bellyaching on cable news channels, all the machinations of public school paper hangers -- none of their futile gestures will change that. Christus vincit! Christus regnat!! Christus imperat!!! And so, with this final tribute, preparations begin in earnest, to celebrate the "Christ-Mass" at the Church of Saint John the ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2013/12/novena-for-christ-mass-postlude.html

Liturgical Notes on the Vigil of Christmas NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 23, 2013 ... afterwards; but the Scripture showeth what did not happen. On Christmas Day itself, there are three different Masses; at Matins of Christmas, therefore, there is read in the Third Nocturn a brief homily on the Gospel of each of the three, the first by St. Gregory the Great, the second by St. Ambrose, the third by St. Augustine. The inclusion of a passage of St. Jerome completes the number of the four doctors of the Latin Church; between the vigil and feast, each of the four preaches to us on ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/6qIyyDZO2uk/liturgical-notes-on-vigil-of-christmas.html