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Further Problems With American Eucharistic Practice CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 21, 2015 ... Holy See. Let me add three additional Eucharist-related phenomena bedeviling the "American Church" that also lack much of a doctrinal or theological base but which have become, for ideological reasons, part of the landscape of "American" Catholicism: extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist, blessings in the Eucharistic procession, and the disconnect between the Sacraments of Penance and the Eucharist. Let me clarify up front what I mean by "ideological." I maintain that two ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/gcWZAQYgZJ0/further-problems-with-american-eucharistic-practice

The English Martyrs: A Contemporary Reflection CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - May 3, 2015 ... short address to members of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (also reported here ): There is a strong bond that already unites us which goes beyond all divisions: it is the testimony of Christians from different Churches and traditions, victims of persecution and violence simply because of the faith they profess. And not only now, that there are many of them: I think also of the martyrs of Uganda, half Catholics and half Anglicans. The blood of these ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-english-martyrs-contemporary.html

Newspaper Column: Resting in God: Lectio Divina PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - May 2, 2015 ... parts to lectio: They are reading, meditation, prayer, and contemplation. We read a short section of Scripture. Personally, I use the daily Bible readings offered at Mass as my source of what to read. You may use one of the many daily devotional booklets that are available. Typically, the Gospels work best. Also, keep your readings short, no more than a few paragraphs long. When you read, just read. Read slowly. Read the section of Scripture two or three ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2015/05/newspaper-column-resting-in-god-lectio.html

For the Memorial of St. Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Doctor PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - April 28, 2015 ... Doctor for the Ages In Defense of Broken Hearts Thomas Aquinas: The Angelic Doctor The Teaching of St. Thomas Aquinas Regarding the Apostles Pope Affirms Importance of St. Thomas Aquinas Christ the Savior: Based on the Summa of St. Thomas Aquinas St. Thomas Aquinas' Philosophy of Woman Problem of Evil: Evil in Free Human Person A Better Concept of Freedom Light from Aquinas Just War, as It Was and Is Reflections on a Footnote on the Subject of Masturbation: The Question of Gravity, and the ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2008/01/for-memorial-of-st-thomas-aquinas.html

Resources for St. Valentine's Day PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - April 28, 2015 Love and St. Valentine's Day Deus Caritas Est (On Christian Love) Reflections on the Holy Father's Encyclical Letter Deus Caritas Est Valentine's Day: Love It or Hate It? New Advent: St. Valentine The Elusive St. Valentine St. Valentine of Rome The Origins of St. Valentine's Day St. Valentine Is More than Cards and Candy Hearts Who Was St. Valentine? Wikipedia: St. Valentine Wikipedia: Valentine's Day True Love and Pearl Finding a Date for St. Valentine's Day Does Anyone ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2007/02/resources-for-st-valentines-day.html

Jesus, I Trust in You SHOWER OF ROSES - April 12, 2015 ... with the signature "Jesus, I Trust in You." The Lord explained the meaning of the rays in the image: The two rays denote Blood and Water. The pale ray stands for the Water which makes souls righteous. The red ray stands for the Blood which is the life of souls. These two rays issued forth from the depths of My tender mercy when My agonized Heart was opened by a lance on the Cross. Happy is the one who will dwell in their shelter, for the just hand of God shall ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/ciST2vHR6AY/jesus-i-trust-in-you.html

Lessons on Chrism From PE Benedict XVI SUFFERING WITH JOY - April 2, 2015 ... sermon at the Chrism Mass on Holy Thursday. This is the Mass where the bishop consecrates the holy oils (sacramentals) for use in every parish. Let's read how Papa Benedetto explains chrism and its symbolism: At the center of the Church's worship is the notion of "sacrament". This means that it is not primarily we who act, but God comes first to meet us through his action, he looks upon us and he leads us to himself. Another ...http://sufferingwithjoy.com/2015/04/02/lessons-on-chrism-from-pe-benedict-xvi/

The Easter Triduum: Entering Into the Paschal Mystery INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - April 2, 2015 ... is revealed and anticipated throughout the Triduum, which brings the people of God into contact – through liturgy, symbol, and sacrament – with the central events of the life of Christ: the Last Supper, His trial and crucifixion, His time in the tomb, and His Resurrection from the dead. In this way, "the mystery of the Resurrection, in which Christ crushed death, permeates with its powerful energy our old time, until all is subjected to him" (CCC 1169). During these three days of ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/04/the-easter-triduum-entering-into-the-paschal-mystery.html

WDTPRS: Palm Sunday – The Transforming Example FR. Z'S BLOG - March 28, 2015 Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week. The Sacred Triduum ( triduum from tres dies – "three day space") were once days of obligation when people were freed from servile work so that they could attend the liturgies, once celebrated in the morning. In the 17th century, however, the obligation was removed under the influence of changing social and religious conditions. As a result, the faithful lost sight of these beautiful liturgies and in general only priests ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/d4PmET2ANo4/

God Has Conferred His Blessing and Great Favor on the Many Victims of Divorce GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - March 24, 2015 ... large population of victimized people is another. So is their re-victimization by those who relentlessly solicit them in the Name of God, and by those who allow it, instead of properly caring for the injured in need of care and compassion in imitation of Christ and the Blessed Mother. Love and mercy for these people so great in number has been so catastrophically lacking in the Catholic world, which has become as disfigured as Christ was during His Sacred Passion. Much of this ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2015/03/god-has-conferred-his-blessing-and.html

A Note on Participation: What Can We Learn From the Word Actuosa? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 16, 2015 ... ago in the Nicomachean Ethics, the most intense human activity is contemplation. Since Sacrosanctum Concilium establishes that participation is first and foremost interior and then is further expressed and solidified through external actions such as singing responses and adopting postures, it is clear that the Council Fathers did not intend to use actuosa to mean "hyper-external-activity." They intended to underline what Pope Pius XI had already said decades earlier, namely, that the faithful ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/IVZQ10-Mjjs/a-note-on-participation-what-can-we.html

Dom Alcuin Reid on the 50th Anniversary of Mass in the Vernacular NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 7, 2015 ... again, we are very grateful indeed to Dom Alcuin Reid for sharing his work with our readers. He writes here about the 50th anniversary of the first Mass celebrated by a Pope in the vernacular, and the "implementation" of Sacrosanctum Concilium , the Second Vatican Council's Constitution on the Sacred liturgy. March 7th, 1965—'An extraordinary way of celebrating the Holy Mass' "On March 7, 1965, Blessed Paul VI...celebrated the first ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/gyO1JHpIDqQ/dom-alcuid-reid-on-50th-anniversary-of.html

Navarre Bible Commentary:Tuesday, 2nd Week in Lent JOE CATHOLIC - March 3, 2015 ... their phylacteries broad and their fringes long, 6 and they love the place of honor at feasts and the best seats in the synagogues, 7 and salutations in the market places, and being called rabbi by men. 8 But you are not to be called rabbi, for you have one teacher, and you are all brethren. 9 And call no man your father on earth, for you have one Father, who is in heaven. 10 Neither be called masters, for you have one master, the Christ. 11 He who is greatest ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2015/03/navarre-bible-commentary-tuesday-2nd.html

Bugnini for Lent COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - February 22, 2015 ... of the publication of a document so that it might prepare public opinion and create an anticipation that will ease the way for the document. ' Though a footnote suggests that the press were not quite the poodle that Bugnini wanted: ' Some difficulties hindered ready action:... captiousness and factionalism on the part of some journalists... ' A fourth theme is the sense that the agenda was on a pre-determined course, which even the Holy Father could not stop. The changes to ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2015/02/bugnini-for-lent.html

Concerning Recent Reports From the Blogosphere on the State of the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate AIRMARIA.COM - February 18, 2015 ... other's reports). Again, no reputable news outlet has taken responsibility for such "reports." As far as I know—at least in the English-speaking world—no responsible news outlet has even repeated these stories emerging from the blogosphere. Please consider that when real journalists publish information from anonymous sources, the reporter takes personal responsibility with his real name, and the organization attempts to confirm the information by evidential reporting of independent ...http://airmaria.com/2015/02/18/concerning-recent-reports-from-the-blogosphere-on-the-state-of-the-franciscan-friars-of-the-immaculate/

TRADITIONAL LITURGY IN ITS POST-VATICAN II FORM - V: THE ROMAN CANON (aumented and Revised) by FATHER LOUIS BOUYER & MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - February 3, 2015 ... readings and prayers. This is to say that Hyppolytus, far from being its originator - a man who still wished to ignore this connection, must have propagated his own rite in Rome, if he ever did so, only in a vain attempt to dislodge a rite which must have been very like the one that has come down to us and which we still use, with the exception that the language was still Greek and not Latin. This is how Louis Bouyer ends his chapter on the Roman canon. To read the full argument you will have ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/02/traditional-liturgy-in-its-post-vatican_3.html