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Pray for Priests, Pray for Holy Priests THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - May 12, 2017 Some prominent dissident (that's what we used to call them before we became 'dissidents') Catholic priests and speakers should probably be simply ignored than given extra publicity but that is harder to do when they've just been promoted to the Vatican communications team in an age of instant communication. Up to the period of the Church we can term 'March 2013 to the present day' a figure such as Fr James Martin S.J would be considered an annoyance or ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2017/05/pray-for-priests-pray-for-holy-priests.html

"I Condemn Agape and Chionia to Be Burnt Alive." ~ April 3, AD 303 GLORIA ROMANORUM - April 3, 2017 Saints Chionia, Agape and Irene listen to the preaching of Saint Demetrios in a modern painting. April 3 is the Catholic feast day of three sisters who were executed during the persecution of Diocletian in AD 303: Agape, Chionia and Irene. The three were citizens of the city of Thessalonica in Macedonia which was also the hometown of Diocletian's Caesar, or junior emperor, Galerius. It was Galerius who first ...http://gloriaromanorum.blogspot.com/2017/04/i-condemn-agape-and-chionia-to-be-burnt.html

Raising the Dead in Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 30, 2017 ... attempted to impose its decrees by force. The response of Pope St Sergius I (687-701) was not only a defiant refusal to recognize or approve the synod; he also added the Agnus Dei to the Mass, "a protest against canon 82 of the Synod in Trullo, which forbade the symbolic representation of the Savior in the form of a Lamb." (Msgr. Louis Duchesne, in his critical edition of the Liber Pontificalis, quoted in the Catholic Encyclopedia's article on the Agnus Dei .) Pope Sergius ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/hGjElAZKl6o/raising-dead-in-lent.html

Saint Fernando III ~ Spain's Great Catholic King GLORIA ROMANORUM - March 28, 2017 ... the Cross, and His knight will not serve Him in any other way." ~ Saint Fernando III, King of Castile and Leon Few saints embody the three pillars of Lent as well as Saint Fernando III. In fact, it may be accurately said that he lived via prayer, fasting and almsgiving all year long, not just during the holy season. Though little remembered today, Saint Fernando III (1198-1252) was perhaps the greatest king of Castile and Leon. Via his military prowess, he recovered large ...http://gloriaromanorum.blogspot.com/2017/03/saint-fernando-iii-spains-great.html

"Can Liturgy Heal a Secular Age?" : An Interesting Article by Prof. Timothy O'Malley NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 7, 2017 ... world itself, to the world of trades and professions ... (in which) the every-day world ... is drawn into the sacred action, joined with the sacrifice which Christ presents with His Church assembled ..." He then notes that some of the evident signs that this much-looked for and augured "(p)articipation in the sacramental life of the Church has not flourished since the Second Vatican Council." Secondly, I was particularly struck by this description of what religion actually is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bsn-vQ9znvw/can-liturgy-heal-secular-age.html

Is the Orthodox Church in Africa Indicating the Way Forward? MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - February 24, 2017 Greek Orthodox in Africa Move Toward Restoring Deaconesses my source: National Catholic Register Icon image of St. Olympias the deaconess (Public domain via CNA) The Patriarchate of Alexandria may become the latest Church to restore the ancient order of deaconess. Nicholas W. Smith and Peter Jesserer Smith ALEXANDRIA, Egypt — The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria and All Africa has announced its first formal step toward restoring the ancient office of deaconess. ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2017/02/is-orthodox-church-in-africa-indicating.html

Lenten Reading: The Big List of Nonfiction HAPPY CATHOLIC* - February 24, 2017 ... And the Secret of Their Greatness 7 Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness by Eric Metaxas The stories of seven men who lived their lives in ways we can admire. Or women, depending on which book you read. Each contains short biographies of a diverse group of people that pack in a lot of information . Each story turns on the fact that they surrendered themselves to God and sacrificed themselves in some way for the greater good. The men range from George Washington to Jackie Robinson to Chuck ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/02/lenten-reading-big-list-of-nonfiction.html

Seven Irish Columbans Among 84 Modern-Day Martyrs of Korea Who May Be Beatified CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 17, 2017 ... announcement in 2014 that 124 martyrs from the 18 th and 19 th centuries were to be beatified that year and the announcement in 2013 by the Korean bishops that they would seek the beatification of 84 modern martyrs who died during the 20 th century," said Fr Cyril Lovett, a former editor of the Far East magazine, a publication that highlights and promotes the Columban Fathers' activities. "In fact, it is because the Korean bishops are the promoters of this cause that the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/seven-irish-columbans-among-84-modern.html

"Why Saint Thomas Aquinas Opposed Open Borders" MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - February 11, 2017 Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D., discussing this passage from the Summa Theologiae , writes ( Catholic Family News , January 31, 2017): Every nation has the right to distinguish, by country of origin, who can migrate to it and apply appropriate immigration policies, according to the great medieval scholar and saint Thomas Aquinas. In a surprisingly contemporary passage of his Summa Theologica, Aquinas noted that the Jewish people of Old Testament times did not admit visitors from ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2017/02/why-saint-thomas-aquinas-opposed-open.html

Why Cultural Renewal Requires a Restoration of Meaning CRISIS MAGAZINE - January 30, 2017 ... points, is one of the most corrosive forces in our culture, and it is by recovering the power and willingness to define that conservatives can make headway in cultural politics. Marriage, justice, life, morality: we need fixed definitions of terms like these if we hope to have a cohesive society. We should take our cue from Richard Weaver, the midcentury conservative philosopher and rhetorician. In The Ethics of Rhetoric , Weaver wrote that the noblest argument is the argument from definition. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Ex-oW_TnUP8/cultural-renewal-requires-restoration-meaning