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Alongside Our Lady During Advent. 1CATHOLICSALMON - December 2, 2013 ... the form of a servant for our salvation. Have mercy on us. Have mercy on us, O Lord. Have mercy on us. Hail Mary… Day 2 The Visitation. O most sweet infant Jesus, who by means of your Virgin Mother, visited St. Elizabeth, and filled your servant, St. John the Baptist, with the Holy Spirit, sanctifying him from his mother's womb. Have mercy on us. Have mercy on us, O Lord. Have mercy on us. Hail Mary… Day 3 The Expectation of Birth. O most sweet infant Jesus, who waited for nine ...http://1catholicsalmon.com/2013/12/02/alongside-our-lady-during-advent/
From the C&T Archives: On Technology and Worship CAELUM ET TERRA - November 19, 2013 ... in the maples outside the stained glass windows. As we stood for the entrance hymn, however, my reverie was quickly put to flight. To my horror, from the choir loft came a familiar cha-cha-cha beat. In an instant, the image of every music store in every shopping mall I'd ever been in came to mind: it was the drum machine on one of those synthetic electric organs. Shades of the roller rink! The organist continued to experiment with his palette of sound effects throughout the Mass, to my ...http://caelumetterra.wordpress.com/2013/11/19/from-the-ct-archives-on-technology-and-worship/
Christ the King - Little Rock (visit #1) SNUP'S VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW - November 11, 2013 ... uplifting homilies (Oh Father...if only that were true) It is hard to give a homily about the gate known as death. The Church remembers the dead in November. Veterans Day is to remember those who have sacrificed (uhm...no it's not...that's Memorial Day or Remembrance Day in the Commonwealth.) There are seven books in the Bible that only Catholics have. The First Reading is from Maccabees, one of those books. Judea was being persecuted. The Jews were being persecuted and humiliated such as ...http://viewfrombackpew.blogspot.com/2013/11/christ-king-little-rock-visit-1.html
St. Jude the Apostle - Jacksonville AR SNUP'S VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW - November 4, 2013 ... as it has lots of information in it. (Here's a tip Father, if you have the bulletins available before Mass...people will get them...of course they might read them during your homily so it's a catch-22) Don't let your kids go the bathroom alone. The parish can't afford the plumbing bills (wow) The cry room is for little kids. Don't get mad when the ushers tell you can't go in there. I told them to not let you in. Don't write to the Bishop over it on second thought go ahead (really? writing the ...http://viewfrombackpew.blogspot.com/2013/11/st-jude-apostle-jacksonville-ar.html
Guest Article: Remembering the Saints NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - October 31, 2013 ... Remembering the Saints BY JEREMY HOLMES The book that ICEL (almost) forgot... See if you can answer this Catholic trivia question without reading ahead: What post-Vatican II liturgical book intended for daily use has never been published in English? Even my well-educated Catholic friends, and even those reading and publishing in the area of liturgy, have trouble coming up with an answer. The average Catholic boggles at the very idea. Answer: the Roman Martyrology. The most recent edition was ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/GegeAXYelMA/guest-article-remembering-saints.html
Spotlight Article on All Saints Greek Orthodox Monastery BYZANTINE, TEXAS - October 26, 2013 ... attendance. "That's it," she says brightly. "Vespers is short." All Saints Greek Orthodox Monastery was founded in 1997 when Sister Ypomoni, née Chrystalla Petropolou, used her life savings to purchase eight acres of land on Middle Road. Born in Cyprus, she had moved to Mattituck in the 1950s. She died in late 2010 and is buried in the monastery's backyard. The monastery is under the auspices of the Direct Archdiocesan District of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. No priest ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2013/10/spotlight-article-on-all-saints-greek.html
Carrying Forward the Noble Work of the Liturgical Movement NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 26, 2013 ... more of the readers would peg the authors as members of an ultra-conservative or traditionalist school. It is not as if these authors lack innovative or problematic ideas; it is not as if some of them did not go off the deep end in the mid- to late sixties, as did so many priests, monks, sisters and nuns in the same period. Rather, it is we ourselves, in our liturgical thinking and practice, who have deviated so far from the Catholic tradition that even the more radical proponents of change in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ieJF9tPUCFA/carrying-forward-noble-work-of.html