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Longing for Heaven BLESSED BY GOD - July 13, 2017 ... stretching out before me when I was younger. Waiting from June to July and July to August. Then waiting for back to school, Thanksgiving, Christmas. Waiting. Always waiting. The time in the summer seemed endless. In the days before iPhones and the internet I spent my time reading and rereading Little House on the Prairie books and thumbing through Teen Beat Magazine. I can remember thinking when I was older it wouldn't seem so endless. Then I got older and it was endless just ...http://ekblad9.blogspot.com/2017/07/longing-for-heaven.html

Solemnity Alert! Corrected and Updated! COFFEE AND CANTICLES - June 22, 2017 ... Office of Readings during the rest of the year. His commentaries on Psalms 101 and 120 are excerpted on Friday of week 3 in ordinary time, and Monday in the 5th week of lent, respectively. You might want to peruse those today if you have a 4 volume ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/NcGqR6CjAFs/solemnity-alert-evening-prayer-i.html

Body and Blood of Christ - A (June 18, 2017) GOD'S WORD TO US - June 17, 2017 John 6: 51-58 Divine Life – Now and Eternal In this Liturgical Year A, the Gospel readings on feast days that mark some of the major aspects in the life, ministry, and mystery of Jesus Christ can be taken as opportunities for us to deepen our appreciation of the profound impact of God's love on us. One of the Gospel readings for Christmas is the Prologue of John's Gospel. Here, John proclaims, "The Word became flesh and made his ...http://godsword2us.blogspot.com/2017/06/body-and-blood-of-christ-june-18-2017.html

Jun 6 - 9th Week in OT - Tuesday FATHER BILL'S BLOG - June 6, 2017 + We have interesting readings on this second day of mass in the continuing ordinary season of the year. We return now to the "teaching narratives and suggestions for daily application" that was suspended when we began the two great salvific cycles of the Liturgical Calendar Year: Advent/Christmas, and Lent/Easter. Our practical stories today are both colorful and pragmatic: useful to our lives this day. In the first reading we begin the story of ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/06/jun-6-9th-week-in-ot-tuesday.html

One Other to Send YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - June 4, 2017 ... Shavuot. [i] This year, Shavuot happened from sundown May 30 through sundown June 1. Not only does the Shavuot/Festival of Weeks celebrate the harvest, but it also commemorates when God gave the Torah to Moses on Mount Sinai. The other acts tied to this gift are Moses and the people accepting the law (gift) they were then destined to carry out. One way the Jewish holiday is observed is through the reading of the Torah or the Book of Ruth, the story of a woman who converts to Judaism and ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/06/one-other-to-send.html

Our Hearts Burning Within YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - April 29, 2017 ... present moment of the Easter story. This ransom is so important that it cannot be contained in a single day like every other Holy Day celebrated by the Church. It cannot be contained in a single week but needs its own season – a season which is conveniently longer than Advent, Christmas or Lent. The Good News story from Luke takes part on the actual Easter Sunday just a few hours after the women from the community along with Peter and John saw the empty tomb and realized ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/04/our-hearts-burning-within.html

The Theology of the Novus Ordo Good Friday Liturgy NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 20, 2017 ... 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 circumstances given when this may be done. It is ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/1cXlbTwBfHY/the-theology-of-novus-ordo-good-friday.html