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Sermon for the Requiem Mass of Fr. Kenneth Walker, F.S.S.P. NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 9, 2014 ... Walker, I believe he would not have traded in 50 more years in this valley of tears for even one as a priest, as another Christ. Every day of his priesthood he had the consolation of celebrating the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. To do so even once is a gift from God of incalculable grace and lies at the heart of the Fraternity's vocation. If we need consolation it should come from recalling that Father had the gift of standing before the altar each day and renewing the sacrifice "ad Deum qui ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/HpBGa6AlhaE/sermon-for-requiem-mass-of-fr-kenneth.html
"The Blessing of Equal Liberty" WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - July 4, 2014 http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-blessing-of-equal-liberty.html
On the Chalice: Understand, Imitate, and Conform SERVANT AND STEWARD - May 24, 2014 ... and sometimes it comes from the patrimony of a parish or is passed on from a deceased priest. (Some years ago I posted a few pictures of my chalice here .) Within the Rite of Ordination, after the Bishop has imposed hands on the head of the ordinand and invoked the Holy Spirit through the Prayer of Ordination, the new priest is vested with the priestly stole and the chasuble. The Bishop then anoints his hands with the Sacred Chrism asked the Lord Jesus Christ to "guard and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/VD_5_aGmOaM/on-chalice-understand-imitate-and.html
Can Lay Ministers Give Blessings? COMMUNIO - May 23, 2014 The question always surfaces about the fittingness, according to Catholic liturgical theology and supported by Canon Law, for the lay minister of Holy Communion to impart a blessing. The quick answer is that the Church does not offer this as a legitimate possibility for good reasons. Recently, the priest offering Mass invited all people to the communion line to receive the Eucharist, and if not, to receive a blessing "because we are in communion with ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/05/can-lay-ministers-give-blessings/