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Feast of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions HAPPY CATHOLIC* - June 3, 2017 ... Namugongo, where, bound with ropes, shackles, iron rings and slave yokes, they waited for one week. During that time the martyrs prayed and sang hymns; the Catholics among them recited morning and evening prayers, grace before and after meals, as well as the Angelus and the rosary, in preparation for their deaths. On June 3, before the execution of the rest of the young men, Charles Lwanga was put to death by the king's men. He was wrapped tightly in a reed mat, a yoke hung on his neck, and ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/06/feast-of-st-charles-lwanga-and.html

In Gratitude-BWSC Erin's Last BLOG SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - June 1, 2017 Benedictine Women Service Corps (BWSC), an outreach of Saint Benedict's Monastery, St. Joseph, Minn., invites College of Saint Benedict alumnae to join the monastic community in deepening relationships that support justice and service in a new location. Volunteers strive to live out the Benedictine Gospel values that were formed during their undergraduate education in a capacity that will challenge them personally, spiritually and professionally. The ...http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2017/06/in-gratitude-bwsc-erins-last-blog.html

BWSC Bethany's Last BLOG SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - May 25, 2017 Benedictine Women Service Corps (BWSC), an outreach of Saint Benedict's Monastery, St. Joseph, Minn., invites College of Saint Benedict alumnae to join the monastic community in deepening relationships that support justice and service in a new location. Volunteers strive to live out the Benedictine Gospel values that were formed during their undergraduate education in a capacity that will challenge them personally, spiritually and professionally. The ...http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2017/05/bwsc-bethanys-last-blog.html

Something to Chew On TIGERISH WATERS - May 22, 2017 ... service and His working of that relationship within me. I will receive Him one day, beyond the the profound spiritual communion that is already taking place during the rite, I just don't know when. The antidoron seems to be a blessing on the future. When the future life becomes the present, then it makes more sense to Communicate. I was at the Greek-Catholic rite yesterday, before the anniversary of the night when one of my "holy helpers", King Henry VI was murdered and the ...http://tigerishwaters.blogspot.com/2017/05/something-to-chew-on.html

A Time for Speeches CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - May 17, 2017 As principal of a high school, I am asked to give a lot of brief talks at the end of the year. Here are a few excerpts from this week: It's especially poignant to remind ourselves, on this occasion, that we are deeply indebted to those who have gone before us. We are partly who our parents are, who are partly who their parents are, as each generation passes its legacy to the next generation. But what a joy, what a privilege it is, to be on both the giving ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2017/05/a-time-for-speeches.html

Let the Easter Season Begin: Holy Saturday, the Vigil of the Triduum Continuum PRINTS OF GRACE - May 1, 2017 ... from Genesis. The cantor led us in a sung response at the end of each day when God found what He had made very good. After a series of Scripture readings and sung Psalms, we get to sing the Alleluia for the first time in the Easter season. In his homily, Deacon Andy spoke about how it had been a little over a year since he'd been in the hospital to have heart surgery. When he woke up after the surgery, he was truly grateful to be alive. (This is where my notes ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2017/05/Let-the-Easter-Season-Begin-Holy-Saturday-The-Vigil-of-the-Triduum-Continuum.html

Tenebrae Photopost 2017 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 26, 2017 This year, we begin our Tenebrae photopost with something quite special, part of Gregorio Allegri's famous Miserere used in the service at the Shrine of Christ the King in Chicago, run by the Institute of Christ the King. The special polyphonic setting of Psalm 50, whether by Allegri or another composer, was traditionally done for the repetition of the Psalm at the end of the service, after the Christus factus est was sung, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/J6ViJgFfipk/tenebrae-photopost-2017.html

Sensing the Saints From Divine Mercy Sunday Through St. Catherine of Sienna's Feast Day TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - April 23, 2017 ... Likeness and Saints for Young People for Every Day of the Year . We may also listen to brief audio about him on the Franciscan Media website or view this short homily about him on YouTube: Then, after reading about St. Fidelis in Saints for Young People for Every Day of the Year , we'll think about this idea, from page 182 of the book: It is a great honor to be able to help others come back to Jesus, back to the Church. Let us try, by prayer, ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2017/04/Sensing-the-Saints-April-Final-Week.html

Pope Benedict Roundup THE BENEDICT BLOG - April 23, 2017 ... 93-year-old brother, who flew in from Germany for the occasion, as well as a small delegation from Bavaria, his home region. They brought to the party two staples of Bavarian cuisine with which the 90-year-old emeritus pontiff was obviously delighted -- beer and pretzels. Pope Francis visits Benedict XVI to wish him a happy birthday Catholic News Agency. 04/15/17: On April 12 Pope Francis visited his predecessor Pope emeritus Benedict XVI at Vatican City's ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/PopeBenedictXVIFanClubBlog/~3/NKlXfpSAGzo/pope-benedict-roundup.html

The Dominican Easter Vigil (before 1957) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 14, 2017 ... the Vigil of the 1962 Roman Missal would find that in use by Dominicans from 1957 onward virtually identical to it, so I am not going to describe it. But as our older liturgy is quite different and of historical interest; thus this post. Following the medieval practice of Saturday afternoon celebration of the Easter Vigil, the Dominican Vigil began after the singing of None. In the modern period, when the Vigil had migrated to Saturday morning, this meant that Matins and the four Little Hours ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ZV6TGraaJB8/the-dominican-easter-vigil-before-1957.html

The Dominican Rite Easter Vigil Befrore 1957 DOMINICAN LITURGY - April 14, 2017 ... the Vigil of the 1962 Roman Missal would find that in use by Dominicans from 1957 onward virtually identical to it, so I am not going to describe it. But as our older liturgy is quite different and of historical interest; thus this post. Following the medieval practice of Saturday afternoon celebration of the Easter Vigil, the Dominican Vigil began after the singing of None. In the modern period, when the Vigil had migrated to Saturday morning, this meant that Matins and the four Little Hours ...http://dominican-liturgy.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-dominican-rite-easter-vigil-befrore.html

Homily @ Triduum: Touch BUKAS PALAD - April 13, 2017 Year A / The Paschal Triduum / Holy Thursday – Mass of the Lord's Supper Readings: Exodus 12.1-8, 11-14 / Psalm 115.12-13,15-16bc, 17-18 (R/v cf 1 Cor 10.16) / 1 Corinthians 11.23-26 / John 13.1-15 I remember them well. They were standing at the traffic light, waiting to cross Empress Road. Her petite fingers enveloped in his gnarled hand, roughen probably by years of manual work. His face etched with concern for his frail, anxious looking wife. Their almost ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2017/04/homily-triduum-touch.html

Fifteen Questions on the Paschal Triduum BIG C CATHOLICS - April 11, 2017 Each year, the Secretariat of Divine Worship receives inquiries concerning the celebration of the Paschal Triduum. The following questions address the most commonly received questions, and may be freely reproduced to inform those seeking to promote the effective celebration of these most sacred days. 1.) When does the Triduum begin and end? The Easter Triduum begins with the evening Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday, reaches its high point in ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/fifteen-questions-on-paschal-triduum.html

Holy Week: The Great Week Celebrates Our Salvation BIG C CATHOLICS - April 10, 2017 ... this day. Reception of the Most Holy Eucharist is possible because hosts were consecrated the evening before at the Mass of the Lord's Supper. The veneration of the cross, the instrument of Christ's death that brought about our redemption, is a powerful reminder that each of us were the authors and the ministers of all the sufferings that the divine Redeemer endured (Council of Trent, I, 5, 11). Holy Saturday Holy Saturday is a day to keep watch for the expectant rising of Our Savior, when He ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/holy-week-great-week-celebrates-our.html

Reflection on Holy Thursday the Mass of the Lord's Supper: "Love One Another As I Have Loved You." BIG C CATHOLICS - April 9, 2017 ... ancient world, as slaves would wash the feet of visitors coming into their master's home to cleanse them of the desert sand. Jesus teaches his apostles that service to God's people would be integral to the Church, the priesthood, and the Eucharist. He ties it all together in this intimate action of washing his apostles' feet. Peter objects, as any of us probably would, but in the end, he allows it, only to learn the important lesson found therein. The Mass of ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/reflection-on-holy-thursday-mass-of.html

Communal Penance Services VIEW FROM THE AMBO - March 31, 2017 This Lent, after much consideration and prayer, I have decided not to offer Communal Penance Services in the Area Faith Community of Apostles Ss. Peter and Paul. First, a little discussion about the forms. The normal form of Reconciliation is Form I - private confession and absolution. This includes everything, and celebrated between the penitent and confessor. Form II, primarily celebrated during the penitential seasons or retreats, is a ...http://frtodd.blogspot.com/2017/03/communal-penance-services.html

Art Awards Lecture at BC High IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - March 31, 2017 ... celebrate what is right in the world. As a young boy, I became excited about history and geography projects because I was able to devote time to drawing maps. To my astonishment, years later I found out my grandfather was a map-maker in World War I. I enjoyed arts and crafts, but I had an older brother who received great acclaim for his drawings. He won awards and was good, so I never even bothered to spend any time developing my artistic skills because the family already had its artist. I had ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2017/03/art-awards-lecture-at-bc-high.html

Bethany's Life in Bristow SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - March 30, 2017 Benedictine Women Service Corps (BWSC), an outreach of Saint Benedict's Monastery, St. Joseph, Minn., invites College of Saint Benedict alumnae to join the monastic community in deepening relationships that support justice and service in a new location. Volunteers strive to live out the Benedictine Gospel values that were formed during their undergraduate education in a capacity that will challenge them personally, spiritually and professionally. This ...http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2017/03/benedictine-women-service-corps-bwsc_30.html

The 40 Martyrs of Sebaste DIGNARE ME LAUDARE TE, VIRGO SACRATA - March 11, 2017 ... Prosper Guéranger's 'The Liturgical Year' by the Benedictines of Stanbrook.) "...On the frozen pool, which was their field of battle, these martyrs reminded one another that Jesus had fasted for forty days, and that they themselves were forty in number! Let us, in our turn, compare their sufferings with the lenten exercises which the Church imposes on us; and humble ourselves on seeing our cowardice; or, if we begin with fevour, let us remember that the grand thing is to ...http://dignareme.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-40-martyrs-of-sebaste.html

USA/INT'L : Loving Memory: Handcrafted Caskets Memorialize With Meaning CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 10, 2017 ... from Ireland in 1849. In response to the Potato Famine, Bishop Loras, Dubuque's first archbishop, offered the order this farmland to serve as a haven for peace and worship, as well as to develop agriculture in the newly founded state of Iowa. Today, this peaceful order works in collaboration with local lay artisans to craft traditional, beautiful caskets and coffins. In service of faith, each piece is prayerfully made using mindful stewardship of environmental resources. The ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/usaintl-loving-memory-handcrafted.html

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