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I'm Still Alive, and So Are Donohue, Burke, and Pavone CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 12, 2016 One year ago, Salon ran a rather breathless piece by an anti-Catholic writer named Patricia Miller who danced on the graves of Cardinal Raymond Burke, Father Frank Pavone, the Catholic League's Bill Donohue, and mine. Miller was thrilled to her toes that each of us had in some way become "discredited" and were doomed. So, a year later, how does her obituary hold up? "The Pope Francis revolution: Inside the catastrophic collapse of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/fgvLalHSRdo/im-still-alive-and-so-are-donohue-burke-and-pavone

What Has Happened to the Womb of the Church? FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - February 11, 2016 ... head in the Pope's off the cuff remarks. The truth is, at least in its effects, that doubtful and anonymous Christianity in the world of creates doubtful and anonymous Christianity in the Church. It is not unusual for people to ask, 'what is a priest for?' or 'what is religious for? perhaps increasingly and rather frighteningly, 'what is a Christian for?' Doubt and uncertainty, Christianity without any knowledge or understanding of Christianity is mark of Christianity in the recent past, like ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2016/02/what-has-happened-to-womb-of-church.html

Fontgombault Sermon for Ash Wednesday: Time for the Works of Mercy! RORATE CÆLI - February 10, 2016 ... should practise works of mercy. The Catechism of the Catholic Church defines them as "charitable actions by which we come to the aid of our neighbour in his spiritual and bodily necessities." (CEC, n. 2447) Tradition offers us prayer, fasting, and alms-giving, as milestones on our Lenten path. During this year, we might focus our attention on works of mercy. Corporal works of mercy: — to feed the hungry, — to give drink to the thirsty, — to clothe the naked, ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/02/fontgombault-sermon-for-ash-wednesday.html

No Justice, No Mercy! GLORIA OLIVAE - February 9, 2016 1. Days of Reparation. The Catholic Church celebrates the first Fridays of the month and the first Saturdays of the month devotion. The first is as an act of reparation for blasphemies against the Sacred Heart. The other is as an act of reparation for blasphemies against the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Why do we make reparations? To fulfill the law of Justice, i.e. to give Jesus and Mary their dues that had been denied them by the sins of men. Without fulfilling this law ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_02_01_archive.html#5291057433645840405

The Burial of the Alleluia at St John Cantius, Chicago NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 7, 2016 ... after the 40 days of Lent, we hear the Church proclaim the Resurrection of Our Lord. The Alleluia will only resound again with the 'Light of Christ' on Easter Night In the language of prayer, some words need no translation. Amen is such a word, a Hebrew word of assent meaning "so be it," by which a congregation affixes its signature, if you will, to the official prayer of the Church. The Kyrie eleison (i.e., "Lord, have mercy") remained in Greek even after the Roman Rite adopted Latin as its ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/cAbGmFqf09M/the-burial-of-alleluia-at-st-john.html

Fr. Perrone on the Commodification of Human Beings in Porn and Abortion, As Reflected in the McDonaldization of Death MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - February 4, 2016 ... how we bid adieux to the dead, viz. with increased indifference and quick dismissal. It's so very inconvenient to have someone's death interfere with whatever one happens to be busy about. The old obsequies of making visits to the funeral home to "pay one's respects," of comforting the mourners, of praying for the happy repose of the departed, of taking time off from other demanding necessities in order to perform these corporal works of mercy–all that is fast vanishing ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2016/02/fr-perrone-on-commodification-of-human.html

The Dalmatic Is Dramatic–But Where Did It Come From? SEASONS OF GRACE - February 4, 2016 ... is a matching garment, in the same liturgical color, but it has wide sleeves. Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy and dean of theology at the Regina Apostolorum university in Rome, explained the dalmatic in his "On the Liturgy" column on the Catholic website Zenit. I thought I'd share his insights, and a little bit more. * * * * * The History of the Dalmatic Priest's CHASUBLE (No sleeves!) Nothing new, the dalmatic was introduced by Pope Sylvester in 314 A.D. Deacons ...http://kathyschiffer.com/why-do-catholics-do-that/the-dalmatic-is-dramatic-but-where-did-it-come-from/

Videos... DTF DEFEND/PROCLAIM THE FAITH - January 29, 2016 ... Life follow-up, Best video clips Stranded Pro-Life Marchers make retreat Vote for the Ultra-sound Doritos Super Bowl Ad Feb 5 Fri 8pm 1st Friday Mass celebrated in the Problem Pregnancy chapel, celebrated by Father Dennis Gallagher from Assumption College, followed by adoration until 8am 1st Saturday Mass with Fr. Michael Roy of St. Roch's. Everyone is welcomed. All Adoration hours could use backup. Scheduled Adorers 9PM – Chris T. 10PM - Julie S - Paul ...http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2016/01/videos.html

Rome to Dignify Luther's Revolt Through Joint Commemoration A CATHOLIC LIFE - January 28, 2016 ... October 2016 meeting comes in anticipation of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation that Catholics and Lutherans will jointly celebrate in 2017, under the title, "Lutheran-Catholic Common Commemoration of the Reformation." That Catholics and Protestants will jointly commemorate a rebellion that was deliberately begun to destroy the Catholic Faith is certainly no small news. Conniving with Luther's revolt is something that was started by the German Alliance ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/cxltu0uFFgw/rome-to-dignify-luthers-revolt-through.html

The Catholic Novelist As Peddler in Bleak Midwinter INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - January 27, 2016 A cold coming we had of it, Just the worst time of the year For a journey, and such a long journey: The ways deep and the weather sharp, The very dead of winter. — T. S. Eliot , Journey of the Magi Outside the church after Mass, beyond perfunctory handshakes, breaths can be seen in the chill Advent air. Wintry Minnesota weather becomes sequel to empty pews and creaky heating systems. To love and serve the Lord distorts into straight-lipped disputes ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2016/01/the-catholic-novelist-as-peddler-in-bleak-midwinter.html

Joy, Happiness and Pleasure CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - January 26, 2016 In the Catholic Digest one of the writers wonders why faces in church are so grim. He was in church with his wife waiting to confess and remembered the words of a friend . A grandmother in the confessional didn't speak s o the priest asked her to confess her sins.... "Father living is sin." He laughed at the words of his friend but they continued to reverberate in his mind while waiting to confess. He recalls the look on his own face and those he sees in the church: soldiers ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2016/01/joy-happiness-and-pleasure.html

Liturgical Insights in the Gentle Traditionalist NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 25, 2016 ... abandoning the Church in droves. She was particularly worried that very few people bothered with Confession anymore. The new liturgy, according to her, was a major part of the problem. Apparently, a "mystic life-force" was being drained from the Church. (pp. 25-26) As the story continues, Geoffrey (GPL) meets a mysterious character called the Gentle Traditionalist. GPL: It is indeed odd to find you here. In fact, I've been wanting someone to help me understand the exact issues you describe: ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/L56n6VfF5os/liturgical-insights-in-gentle.html

The Intrepid Fr. Perrone on Catholic Ecumenism; And Some Bracing Suggestions for Lent MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - January 24, 2016 ... all Christians profess the one, true Catholic faith. Putting the matter thus already slants the issue in the decidedly Catholic way the Church has always understood and intended the unity of Christians. Indeed, how could it be otherwise? It is not a matter of vain hubris but of revealed (and thus unalterable) truth that Christ founded but one Church (a fact which all Christians assert in the Creed) and that this one Church cannot be other than the ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-intrepid-fr-perrone-on-catholic.html

The Revealing Science of God WHAT DOES MIKE THINK? - January 21, 2016 ... addresses. By the application of Occam's razor Christianity is the simplest hypothesis that explains observed facts. 3. Science does not admit to "being wrong" either. The main objection by the original poster was that religion insists that everything it says is right, while Science™admits that it could be wrong about anything. However, this is not quite true. Yes, science admits that its explanation for phenomena could be incomplete, but it does not admit that basic scientific truths ...http://wdmt.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-revealing-science-of-god.html

For the Optional Memorial of the Most Holy Name of Jesus PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - January 21, 2016 ... Today the Church celebrates the optional memorial of the Most Holy Name of Jesus. According to the 1962 Missal of Bl. John XXIII the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite this feast is celebrated on January 2. In the liturgical revisions of Vatican II, the feast was removed, though a votive Mass to the Holy Name of Jesus had been retained for devotional use. With the release of the revised Roman Missal in March 2002, the feast was restored as an optional memorial in the ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2008/01/for-optional-memorial-of-most-holy-name.html

Healing & Forgiveness by Dr. Margarett Schlientz DA MIHI ANIMAS - January 20, 2016 The following comes from The Integrated Catholic Life: "You don't ask too much from God, you ask too little," the silver-haired, Dr. Margarett Schlientz scolded her audience during a talk last month at the Thirst Conference in Bismarck, ND. She spoke with confidence, infusing her audience with the certainty of the Gospels and the fire of the Holy Spirit. Schlientz has the authority of one with three masters degrees; in theology, spirituality, and psychiatric nursing, as well ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/01/healing-forgiveness-by-dr-margarett.html

Two Catholic Presidents and the Escalation of the Vietnam War INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - January 19, 2016 ... (Wikipedia/Department of Defense) by K. V. Turley The Dispatch at Catholic World Report Geoffrey Shaw's The Lost Mandate of Heaven recounts how Ngo Dinh Diem, the first president of the Republic of Vietnam, was taken down and murdered by a military coup sponsored by the U.S. government Early on November 2, 1963, the then President of Vietnam, Ngo Dinh Diem, and his brother, Nhu, had just heard Holy Mass at a church in a suburb of Saigon. They had fled ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2016/01/two-catholic-presidents-and-the-escalation-of-the-vietnam-war.html

Fr. Cipolla Responds to Ross Douthat SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - January 15, 2016 ... and that the Traditional Roman Mass was never suppressed. Ahem. There may a contradiction somewhere in all of this. We who love the Tradition of the Catholic Church rejoiced in Benedict's Motu Proprio—Summorum Pontificum that freed the Traditional Mass from the tyranny of the post-Vatican II liturgical establishment. But Benedict did this by inventing the fiction that there are two forms of the one Roman Rite: the Ordinary and the ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2016/01/fr-cipolla-responds-to-ross-douthat.html

OP-ED: "To Ross Douthat, With Affectionate Correction", by Fr. Richard Cipolla - Church Crisis, the True Battle, and Sac RORATE CÆLI - January 15, 2016 ... Catholic circles. Msgr. Pope's article bemoaning the lack of growth in the presence of the Traditional Mass in the Church has also gained the attention of Traditional Catholics, but that article lacks the depth and urgency that is contained in Douthat's lecture. Many of us have admired his Op-Ed pieces in the New York Times, often wondering how he achieved his position amidst the quintessential Liberal Establishment embodied by that paper of record. His ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/01/op-ed-to-ross-douthat-with-affectionate.html

Thoughts on the Purpose of the Christian Religion IF I MIGHT INTERJECT... - January 10, 2016 ... Church is the Church established by Christ, or non-Christians and non-religious people denying Christianity altogether. The point of Christianity is that it professes to have revelation from God, and that people who have been entrusted with the authority of applying that revelation have their teaching backed by this revelation. So a person who does not believe Christianity possesses any such revelation, it stands to reason that they won't follow the teachings of that Church. However, when it ...http://www.ifimightinterject.com/2016/01/thoughts-on-purpose-of-christian.html

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