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Back Home Again BACK BAY VIEW - August 26, 2016 The annual summer vacation is now over, including both our trek back to the midwest and the summer off from school. The kids head back to class this morning - 5th, 7th, 9th and 11th. The two college students are now checked in and reading diligently, I hope. Below are some photos from our trip. I thought I took a lot, but I did not take as many as I imagined, and they are mostly of the cousins rather than my own kids. We went to visit both sets of ...http://backbayview.blogspot.com/2016/08/back-home-again.html

On the Recent Innovation of the Theotokos Burial Service BYZANTINE, TEXAS - August 22, 2016 http://byztex.blogspot.com/2016/08/on-recent-innovation-of-theotokos.html

Something for Everyone? THE SPIRIT'S SWORD - August 5, 2016 I received a note in my mailbox the other day. Attached was an article about the new hymnal, CBW IV. It fills me with dread. I'll make a few comments in blue , and talk a bit more at the end. But, before I begin, let me point out the obvious: this is a hymnal, it will not have the propers. For those who are unfamiliar, the Roman Rite has rocommendations for the kind of music that is to be sung at various points of the Mass. The options are, in order ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheSpiritsSword/~3/CF7bi7uUDzY/something-for-everyone.html

Imagine If People Actually Fell for John Lennon's Nonsense NATIONAL CATHOLIC REGISTER BLOGGERS FEED FROM MARK SHEA - July 14, 2016 By Mark Shea Sometime back, I wrote a little piece about John Lennon's hymn to original sin (aka "Imagine") expressing my bafflement at the fact that people (including Catholics who ought to know better) regard this as a hope-filled anthem of...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/NCRegister/MarkShea/~3/IsbeXXkTlpc/

A Liturgical Rarity: Asterisks From Portugal NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 14, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ErbRiXxbYp0/a-liturgical-rarity-asterisks-from.html

Oh, What a "Short" Morning GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - July 5, 2016 ... slowly to introduce music at that Mass. First few weeks: just a sung Sanctus. Gradually added a sung Gospel Acclamation, then the rest of the eucharistic acclamations. Eventually we began to sing the responsorial psalm (I was the organist/pianist and the cantor). Finally, after several months, that 7:45 community was singing the same music as the rest of the folks attending other Masses. I heard a few grumblings at the beginning, but I thought it all went pretty smoothly. I will never forget ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2016/07/oh-what-short-morning.html

Bidding Farewell to Our First Franciscan Volunteers FRANCISCAN LIFE - June 27, 2016 ... Marisibel, a volunteer with Franciscan Volunteer Ministry. Kathleen chats with her mom during the reception. Her parents came from New Hampshire for the weekend. Sara Marks eventually initiated "story time." She shared her experience of working with Kathleen, Sabina, and Mikah and related a brief story about each. Both Mikah and Sabina shared examples of what attracted them to the program and what they felt the program had to offer to other young adults. Several of the sisters also shared ...http://franciscanlife.blogspot.com/2016/06/bidding-farewell-to-our-first.html

Reflection on Mass Readings for 13th Sunday, Cycle C DOMINICAN NUNS IRELAND - June 26, 2016 ... goal, the prize – that is union with God – as we remember who we are through our Baptism i.e. beloved children of God, children of light whose home is no other than the divine family of the Holy Trinity. In the letter to the Galatians Paul urges us to be guided by the Spirit so that we will no longer yield to self-indulgence. The Spirit is always inviting us, always drawing us out of our comfort zone into a new freedom – freedom from slavery to our own ego, our whims and ...http://dominicannunsireland.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-on-mass-readings-for-13th.html

Privileged to Have Celebrated With the Community of Saint Cecilia in Boston GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - June 22, 2016 ... antiphon: "I am the Good Shepherd, and I lay down my life for my sheep, says the Lord." I found the melody to be simple, accessible, and intuitive. I needed the program to sing the antiphon two times; after that, I put the program down and was able to sing it from memory. The verses alternated between a cantor and the choir singing in four-part harmony. I was a little disappointed that the assembly did not sing the antiphon with as much vigor as they sang the other music at the Mass; but this ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2016/06/privileged-to-have-celebrated-with.html

PM: Gradual Tuesdays--12th. Sunday of Ordinary Time A WING AND A PRAYER - June 14, 2016 Turn back, O Lord, ever so slightly, we beseech you, and consent to be entreated by your servants. V. O Lord, you have been unto us a refuge, from age to age. Ps. 89:13; V. 1 As an old hymn goes, "Hear, O Lord, the sound of my call." As another goes, "O God, our help in ages past."http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2016/06/pm-gradual-tuesdays-12th-sunday-of.html

Chartres 2016 (4) COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - May 20, 2016 http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2016/05/chartres-2016-4.html

Pentecost Sunday @ St. John Cantius Catholic Church (Chicago IL) A CATHOLIC LIFE - May 15, 2016 On Pentecost Sunday at St. John Cantius, a beautiful ancient custom takes place at the end of Mass that dates back at least to the 5th century. In Rome, rose petals would be dropped through the the circular "oculus" at the Pantheon (now a minor basilica called "Sancta Maria ad martyres"). The petals would fall to the crowd below reminiscent of the coming of the Holy Spirit like tongues of flame. This beautiful custom takes place at the end of the Masses on Pentecost Sunday ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/7bPC5rPPcps/pentecost-sunday-st-john-cantius.html

Invasion of the Holy Spirit DA MIHI ANIMAS - May 15, 2016 ... of God who is the Holy Spirit! "Come Holy Spirit, come, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary!" 1. PRAYER! Form the habit if praying to the Holy Spirit on a frequent basis! You could pray the traditional prayer to the Holy Spirit: "Come Holy Spirit fill the hearts of your faithful and enkindle within us the fire of your divine love." If you like the hymn in Latin: "Veni Creator"; or the Sequence prayed on Pentecost "Veni, ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/05/invasion-of-holy-spirit.html

Ascension of the Lord FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - May 5, 2016 ... thus raised up in the air; but the Eternal Father would not permit the sun to shine on Jesus' humiliation. Darkness covered the face of the earth ; and that Day had no Noon. Three hours after, the sun re-appeared. Three days after, the Crucified rose again from the Tomb, and it was at the early dawn of light. On this day, yea at this very hour, his work is completed. He has redeemed us, by his Blood, from our sins ; he has conquered death by his "Resurrection to life :—had he not a right ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2015/05/ascension-of-lord.html

Roamin' Catholic: St Francis De Sales (Benedict MD) MAN WITH BLACK HAT - May 4, 2016 ... as the "four-hymn sandwich." While acceptable for a missa recitata in and of itself, it has in the reformed liturgy become the basis for any form of sung Mass, as opposed to a schola or cantor singing the "propers," the antiphon and/or psalm verse for the Mass of the day. This was never intended, but that's another story ...) The coffee hour afterwords was at the parish hall just a short walk from the church (or an even shorter drive when it's raining). They make a complete ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2016/05/roamin-catholic-st-francis-de-sales.html

May Is Mary's Month! THE BLOGGING BROTHER - May 1, 2016 Today is 'la Bealtaine' which translates as May Day. It's a day that goes back many generations in Irish culture and history. It officially marks the arrival of summer 'though it may not feel like it just yet. It was a day when the cattle were released to summer pastures. At the heart of Bealtaine is a reminder of growth and abundance at this time of year. The month of May has traditionally been a time of special devotion to the Mother of God. A memory I have of growing up in ...http://thebloggingbrother.blogspot.com/2016/05/today-is-la-bealtaine-which-translates.html

May, the Month of Mary CATHOLIC FIRE - May 1, 2016 ... from the stain of original sin. Mary is often referred to as the "New Eve." Through her fiat, she opened the doors of redemption and salvation to all her children which had been closed by Eve in her disobedience to the will of God. Because of God's eternal design, she became a necessary element for our redemption from the bondage of sin. Some have asked, "Why is May Mary's month?" We know that in classic western culture, May was acknowledged as the season of the beginning of new life. It is ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/05/may-month-of-mary.html