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John XXIII in His Own Words (2): The Mass and the Priesthood NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 14, 2014 ... that inexhaustible nourishment of the saints. I will bring together here a few poignant examples. In Pope John's inaugural encyclical Ad Petri Cathedram —a majestic exposition of the truth, peace, and unity that are found in and through the Catholic Church alone, to which the Pope graciously invites all mankind and especially Christians not in full communion with the Church (no wishy-washy ecumenism here)—we find a succinct treatment of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/46Zggt08c1Q/john-xxiii-in-his-own-words-2-mass-and.html

A Catholic Layman's Take on the "Twelve Differences Between Catholics and Protestants" ST. WALBURGA'S BLOG - April 12, 2014 ... clarifications from a Catholic layman. Pope Francis 1. The Pope. Catholics have a Pope, which they consider a vicar for Christ — an infallible stand-in, if you will — that heads the Church. Protestants believe no human is infallible and Jesus alone heads up the Church. Of course the pope is a "difference" between Catholics and Protestants. The very name "Protestant" bespeaks of the protest of certain men and their followers in the 16th century who left the Church ...http://stwalburgas.blogspot.com/2014/04/a-catholic-laymans-take-on-twelve.html

Cleave to Christ PROTECT THE POPE - April 7, 2014 ... Testaments. More recent translations tend to omit 'cleave' and a list is provided in [4]. There are some examples of cleave being used in the Bible meaning split but these have not been separated out and the context used below is to adhere to. Returning to Biblical use of cleave meaning to adhere to. A notable and much quoted example of cleave is Genesis 2:24 (D-R) 'Wherefore a man shall leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they shall be two in one flesh. ' Some have ...http://protectthepope.com/?p=10318

Apocalyptic and Gnostic Things CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - April 6, 2014 ... tradition and a civilization which believed we could preserve Christianity without Christ, religion without a creed, meditation without sacrifice, family life without moral responsibility, sex without purity and economics without ethics. We have completed our experiment of living without God… And how could this not apply today? Other bloggers have cited St Malachy to say, "O look: it's all coming to an end now." Clearly, some 16th century anonymous forger is not in the same ballpark as ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/apocalyptic-and-gnostic-things/

Saving Catholic Culture From Destruction CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 3, 2014 What kind of mindset built all the immigrant Catholic parishes of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in the Americas? Was it a way of thinking predicated on practical limitations; on being "realistic" in the mundane sense of the word? This can hardly be so. Something deeply potent—and even slightly irrational to the modern mind—had to have been the driving force behind the postponement of personal comfort and social success long enough ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/FQFVC0LJDrk/saving-catholic-culture-from-destruction

A Roman Pilgrim at the Station Churches - Part 7 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 27, 2014 ... the message that in the Church, Christ and His Saints are the ruling power. The staircase by which one descends to the modern level of the church. Wednesday of the Third Week of Lent - Saint Sixtus The Church of Saint Sixtus (San Sisto Vecchio) is currently undergoing a major and much-needed renovation, and the Stational observances were held this year across the street at Saints Nereus and Achilleus, formerly the Station on Holy Monday. (I ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bhDJ4CaXt3s/a-roman-pilgrim-at-station-churches_27.html

Lectio Divina: Liturgical Proclamation and Personal Reading NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 24, 2014 ... within us as well as prepares us for the next reception of the Word. "All personal reading of the sacred text finds its center in liturgical hearing—as preparation for it, or as its continuation." Let me give some examples about how we might prepare ourselves for, or derive further fruit from, the liturgical hearing of the Bible. On Sundays or Holy Days, we might look at the day's readings ahead of time, either the evening before or in the morning, and/or look at them ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/gi3QFW5-h1Q/lectio-divina-liturgical-proclamation.html

Saint of the Day: Enda of Aran DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 21, 2014 The following comes from the CNA: On March 21, four days after the feast day of Ireland's patron Saint Patrick, the Catholic Church honors Saint Enda of Aran, a warrior-turned-monk considered to be one of the founders of Irish monasticism. Born during the fifth century, Enda inherited control of a large territory in present-day Northern Ireland from his father Conall. His sister Fanchea, however, had already embraced consecrated religious ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/03/saint-of-day-enda-of-aran.html

An Army of Mini-Popes AND SOMETIMES TEA - March 18, 2014 ... prophets from the Old Testament lest the weaker of your brethren fall into schism. Particularly when the sin and crime you're planning to denounce with all zeal hasn't, in fact, become Church policy as of yet, and likely never will. Sure, it's enticing to think of oneself as a modern-day Jeremiah or a modern-day Saint Catherine of Siena, denouncing the idolators or telling the pope to get His Holiness back to Rome where he ...http://redcardigan.blogspot.com/2014/03/an-army-of-mini-popes.html

Saint Talk:St. Patrick, Bishop and Apostle of Ireland JOE CATHOLIC - March 17, 2014 St. Patrick Today the Church celebrates the feast day of one of the most popular saints. He was enslaved as a teenager by pagan barbarians who took him to Ireland. While in captivity he turned to God. At about the age of 20, he escaped went back home and began study for the priesthood. He then preached throughout Ireland converting many souls to Christ. Patronage He is patron of Ireland, against snakes (and their bites), barbers and engineers. He is also ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/03/saint-talk-st-patrick-bishop-and.html

Lectio Divina: Tools of the Workshop NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 17, 2014 Kate Edwards, of Saints Shall Arise , has written a thoughtful piece, "Lectio divina: On memory, study and the Rule of Faith," concerning the dangers of what might be called "raw" or "individualistic" lectio divina —that is, taking up the Bible without preparation, reading it without guidance, trying to figure it out completely on one's own. This is the kind of thing that has led, in past centuries, to wild new heresies, and, among many people, to confusion. She ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/VPIa1Tijq2s/lectio-divina-tools-of-workshop.html

Catholic Techie Karina Fabian CATHOLICMOM.COM - March 10, 2014 Today's Catholic Techie is someone who I always imagine with introductory music, pump-you-up music like they do while the basketball team is warming up on the floor. I also imagine that Karina Fabian has an alternate identity as a superhero: not only is she a military wife, a mom, author of many books, blogger extraordinaire, and marketing whiz, but she's also a techie. Does she have different coffee than I do? Turns out, no. She's just using the gifts God gave her and ...http://catholicmom.com/2014/03/10/catholic-techie-karina-fabian/

Saint Talk:St. David, Bishop and Patron of Wales JOE CATHOLIC - March 1, 2014 Source: Saints.SQPN Great Saints of 6th Century Today the Church celebrates the Feast of St. David of Wales. St. David is one of the most famous of English saints and many churches in Wales bear his name. According to the Catholic News Agency , when Pope Benedict visited the UK in 2010, he did not make it to Wales, but did bless a mosaic image of St. David. Pope Benedict described "David as one of the ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/03/saint-talk-st-david-bishop-and-patron.html

The Evangelical and Pastoral Heart of Francis De Sales SHAMELESS POPERY - February 26, 2014 St. Francis de Sales (1567-1622) is one of the most well-rounded Saints in Church history, and he played a major role in returning tens of thousands of Calvinists to the Catholic Church. You'll often find a Saint who was accomplished as a theologian, or as a mystic, or as an apologist, or as a devotional author. Francis was all of these, in addition to being a successful evangelist, and then the bishop of a persecuted Diocese. I. Francis De Sales as a Man ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-evangelical-and-pastoral-heart-of.html

Russell Crowe's Noah and Genesis in Space and Time MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - February 25, 2014 ... spiritual realities. .... Tensions between biblical imagination and developed Christian doctrine extend to varying approaches to imagining or picturing God's own attributes and character throughout the Old Testament. The flood story , which has a rich, diverse history in ancient Near Eastern mythology, has been variously developed and glossed in Jewish tradition as well as Christian thought . Okay, okay. That's enough. Call me a stick in the mud, but I'll take Francis A. Schaeffer's Genesis in ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/02/russell-crowes-noah-and-genesis-in.html

Nonviolence COSMOS + SUN - February 21, 2014 ... modern nation of India. Dr. King used nonviolence to lead the Civil Rights Movement here in the US. Pope John Paul II studied and applied the nonviolent method when he was a Bishop and Cardinal in Poland. Next thing you know, the communist juggernaut fell without a shot being fired. The backbone of the theory of nonviolence: What is right and just is right and just, and everyone will see it—if only given the opportunity to see it. What gives people the opportunity to ...http://frmarkdwhite.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/nonviolence/

Sacrificing Social Media for Lent CATHOLICMOM.COM - February 18, 2014 ... that you receive in your inbox and/or smartphone from Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. That way you won't have the constant temptation – and interruption – of responses to your "likes" or retweets and repins. Once that is taken care of, it may suffice to decide a specific time frame during your day that will be your time to unplug from technology and in turn plug into your spiritual wellspring, your interior life. There is no "right" or "wrong" way to join this ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Catholicmomcom/~3/VP_U6b6etJA/

St. Valentine's Romantic Connections... Or Not... SOUTHERN FRIED CATHOLICISM - February 14, 2014 ... positive about the year, but it was likely during the third century. His tomb became a center of devotional activities for early Christians in Rome, so it seems likely that he was remembered for being martyred for the faith. But his name does not appear in the earliest known Roman martyrology (the list of Christian martyrs from in and around the city of Rome) which was published in 354. In the year 496, Valentine was added by Pope Gelasius I to the calendar of saints. In place ...http://www.southernfriedcatholicism.com/2012/02/happy-obscure-saints-day.html

"It Is the Spirit, Intransigent and Without Compromise, of the Saints Which Today Is Dramatically Absent. " SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - February 14, 2014 ... dies, instead of embracing its dead body. That pretty much sums up real pastoral action. And without giving myself any airs, this is what I hope to do with this blog, when it is at its best. ____________________________ Motus in fine velocior by Roberto de Mattei [Feb. 12. 2014] February 11, 2013, is a date which has entered history. It was on that day that Benedict XVI communicated to an assembly of astonished cardinals his decision to renounce the pontificate. The ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2014/02/is-spirit-intransigent-and-without.html

Joy and Truth: A Conversation With Elizabeth Stoker ST. JOSEPH'S VANGUARD - February 10, 2014 ... Catholics don't slam you for your book learnin'. — Elizabeth Stoker (@e_stoker) January 6, 2014 We Catholics have to take compliments when we can get them, so I was only too happy to retweet this one! I then read Elizabeth's blog and quickly realized she was a remarkable young woman. But I also assumed she was not particularly interested in Catholicism. Wrong! Sometime later I came across this tweet: @TheAlexKnapp @michaelbd I switched teams. Will be confirmed this Easter vigil. ...http://www.devinrose.heroicvirtuecreations.com/blog/2014/02/10/joy-and-truth-a-conversation-with-elizabeth-stoker/

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