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The Wedding Kneeler of Reparation, Eucharistic Adoration, and Another Rescue of Treasonous Priests GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - July 16, 2014 ... What King has His bride watch as He is scourged at a pillar on a fishing pier prior to their church wedding? What Divine Bridegroom asks for all and then gives all at a magnificent celebration where a multitude of little children place diamonds on your g own, then attend you as you wed your soul to Christ on a wedding kneeler of reparation at the foot of the Cross and place where all will receive our final judgment? Whose mighty little soldiers wish you had forgotten the sword ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-wedding-kneeler-of-reparation.html

Quintlocation and an Incredible Wedding to the Greatest Source of Grace We Have on Earth GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - July 14, 2014 What Divine Bridegroom has His beloved suffer on a Cross before their wedding, asks that he/she give up everything and then take on His likeness, be bound, and then led to a pillar at the end of a Perpetual Adoration Pier at an incredible fishing wharf with many confessionals on Calvary, where all stand before the Divine Tribunal as the faithful are unified with Christ in the greatest source of grace we have on earth. Preciou s fish in need of rescue, shields, nails, ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2014/07/quintlocation-and-incredible-wedding-to.html

The Theology of the Offertory - Part 6: Prolepsis in the Offertory NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 26, 2014 This is the sixth article in an ongoing series. The previous parts can be read here: part 1 , part 2 , part 3 , part 4 , part 5 . In rhetoric, the term "prolepsis" refers to giving something a name before that name properly belongs to it. In Genesis 3:20 it is stated that Adam "called the name of the woman Eve, because she was the mother of all the living," even before the birth of their first child. (The name "Eve" and "life" are etymologically related ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/GaE2PgN7pkE/the-theology-of-offertory-part-6.html

Navarre Bible Commentary:Thursday, 12th Week in Ordinary Time JOE CATHOLIC - June 26, 2014 ... Sacred Scripture, the Apostolic Tradition and the Church's Magisterium." He went on to "declare it to be a sure norm for teaching the faith and thus a valid and legitimate instrument for ecclesial communion" ( Fidei Depositum ). Cited in the Catechism: Passages from this Gospel reading are cited in the Catechism, paragraphs 443, 581, 1821, 1970, 2611 and 2826 . Commentary Doing the will of God 7:21–23. To be genuine, prayer must be accompanied by a persevering effort to do God's will. ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/06/navarre-bible-commentary-thursday-12th.html

When They Just Don't Get It THE CROOKED HALO - June 24, 2014 ... love for Our Blessed Mother. He wore a gold Miraculous Medal for forty years. One day, I saw him go to his garden and pick a yellow rose. I asked him where was he going with it. In a reverent tone, he said, "I'm bringing it to Our Lady." This big, bear of a man gently placed it in a bud vase by the statue of Our Lady of Grace on mother's dresser. This kind of gesture helps a child realize there is something wonderfully special about his/her faith. Example & Tradition : All Catholic ...http://crookedhalocatholicblog.blogspot.com/2014/06/when-they-just-dont-get-it.html

Can Comprehension Be a Disservice? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 9, 2014 ... particular, to the way that the "thickness" of the old liturgy (to adapt an expression of C. S. Lewis) better expresses the mysteries of that Faith—how its complex layers of prayer, symbolism, ceremony, and chant, even in their apparent foreignness, have the power to speak more directly to the soul. It is the paradox of a practice so dense that it becomes transparent, a reality so ineffable that it impresses itself unforgettably on the mind, a mystery so transcendent ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/beS_mugZG6w/can-comprehension-be-disservice.html

Book Review: The Little Oratory NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 5, 2014 ... picking up books of this genre ("how to make your home more Christian/Catholic") and putting them down with some impatience as I realize how idealistic or ambitious or remote or dated or abstract they were. What I love about The Little Oratory is that it never loses the reader in abstractions or unrealistic expectations. The whole concept of the book is that one builds up a household of prayer step by step, always with simple steps; you find what works and you build on that. Actually, I could ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/en_kodkLxps/book-review-little-oratory.html

Was It Easier Back Then? DOMINE, DA MIHI HANC AQUAM! - May 24, 2014 ... mass murders by imperial decree. Belief itself was easier, I think. Though believing came at a much higher price than it does for us now. Of course, by "us" I mean, "western Christians." Christians can still find the blade, the jail cell, the shot to the head in some parts of the world—mostly those places dominated by certain sects of Islam or a secular dictatorship. Still, reading the Acts of the Apostles you get the sense of a greater faith among the ...http://hancaquam.blogspot.com/2014/05/was-it-easier-back-then.html

Homily Notes 4th Sunday Easter A HUMBLEPIETY - May 10, 2014 ... There were many shepherds who tended to the many sheep and defended them and cared for the flock under their charge. It was a noble and honest profession. Not every shepherd cared so much for their sheep. Some were corrupt, some were lazy, some were bad shepherds. Jesus uses the image of shepherd to teach his disciples about what it meant to be his follower. Jesus describes himself as the good shepherd, and in the gospel today he describes himself in terms of ...http://humblepiety.blogspot.com/2014/05/homily-notes-4th-sunday-easter-a.html

WDTPRS: 3rd Sunday of Easter – Your Beehive FR. Z'S BLOG - May 4, 2014 This Sunday's Collect, it seems to me, reflects a conscious attempt on the part of Holy Church to remind us of the Easter Vigil. The prayer has antecedents in both the Veronese and Gelasian sacramentaries, though it is not in pre-Conciliar editions of the Missale Romanum . Semper exsultet populus tuus, Deus, renovata animae iuventute, ut, qui nunc laetatur in adoptionis se gloriam restitutum, resurrectionis diem spe certae gratulationis exspectet . Vocabulary similar to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/exYi_b45CL4/

#2PopeSaints DONUM VITAE - April 27, 2014 APOSTOLIC JOURNEY TO IRELAND HOLY MASS FOR THE YOUTH OF IRELAND HOMILY OF HIS HOLINESS JOHN PAUL II Galway Sunday, 30 September 1979 A aos óg na h É ireann, go mbeannaí Dia dhaoibh. Dear young people, brothers and sisters of our Lord Jesus Christ, 1. This is a very special occasion, a very important one. This morning, the Pope belongs to the youth of Ireland! I have looked forward to this moment ; I have prayed that I may touch your hearts ...http://donum-vitae-blog.blogspot.com/2014/04/2popesaints.html

Easter Sunday: Love Lets Hope Flourish in the Desert VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - April 24, 2014 Vatican City, 20 April 2014 (VIS) – At 10.15 today, Easter Sunday, the Holy Father Francis celebrated the solemn Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord in St. Peter's Square, which was adorned with 35,000 plants and flowers (tulips, narcissus and hyacinths), offered by Dutch florists. During the celebration, which began with the "Resurrexit" rite – the opening of an icon of the Risen Lord, placed next to the papal altar – was attended by ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/04/easter-sunday-love-lets-hope-flourish.html

The Easter Triduum: Entering Into the Paschal Mystery INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - April 17, 2014 ... 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/2004/2014/04/the-easter-triduum-entering-into-the-paschal-mystery-1.html

Hearing the Sound of Our Faith ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO BLOG - April 16, 2014 ... music at Mass in a number of churches in Rome and throughout Italy, including the main altar of St. Peter's Basilica. Other performances of note were at the Chapel of St. Catherine inside the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi, accompanying the liturgy inside St. Mark's in Venice and singing in the Basilica of St. Lorenzo in Florence and in St. Mark's Basilica in Venice. The choir prepares to sing outside the Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi in Assisi. The pilgrimage was the ...http://archdioceseoftoronto.blogspot.com/2014/04/hearing-sound-of-our-faith.html

And So It Begins... LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - April 13, 2014 Today, with the celebration of Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion, the Church enters into her most sacred time of the year, Holy Week. The Palm Sunday liturgy begins with the joyful, triumphant praises of Hosanna to the Son of David , the opening antiphon and progresses to the epitome of entrance processionals, All Glory, Laud and Honor . We recall Jesus' triumphal entry into His own city, Jerusalem, and how the crowds chanted praises while waving palm and olive branches. ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2014/04/and-so-it-begins.html

WDTPRS: Palm Sunday – The Transforming Example FR. Z'S BLOG - April 12, 2014 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/WWMkxFD6c0o/

Clean Livin' and Fancy Footwork (2014 Remix) MAN WITH BLACK HAT - April 9, 2014 ... with every year, the Mass of the Lord's Supper on the evening of Holy Thursday (this year on April 16, two weeks from today), will be highlighted by the Washing of Feet. Although the traditional number of subjects being twelve is largely a matter of custom, the rubrics are specific that that only males are selected (in Latin, viri selecti , usually translated as "men") to have their feet washed. Since most liturgical functions of the laity are ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2014/04/clean-livin-and-fancy-footwork-2014.html

God Is in His Holy Dwelling Place LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - April 3, 2014 On Monday, March 24, 2014, the parishioners of Laredo's Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church gathered for the celebration of the first Mass in the parish's new chapel. Dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, the Patroness of both the United States and the Oblates of Mary Immaculate (the Order who staffs the parish), the small chapel was filled to capacity. For the pastor, Rev. Juan Ayala, OMI, the evening served as the culmination of his parish's 15-year journey. As with ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2014/04/god-is-in-his-holy-dwelling-place.html

A Traditional Missal for Young Catholics NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 1, 2014 A few years ago, I noticed that my children were ready to follow the real prayers of the traditional Latin Mass—they had long outgrown "baby missals" that have photos of the priest at the Introit accompanied by a text in big letters, like "Watch Father ascend the steps: he is going to pray to God for us," etc.—but they were also not ready to deal with a full 2,000-page missal like the Baronius or the Angelus Press. Not being able to find anything that served ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/rL3VGd3K08o/a-traditional-missal-for-young-catholics.html