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Post Visitation Thoughts COFFEE AND CANTICLES - May 31, 2016 ... other words, don't hesitate or procrastinate when it's time to do what is right. Just do it, and do it wholeheartedly. As Our Lady did. The gem of the day (for me) was this bit from the Office of Readings, where St. Bede states that it is "an excellent and fruitful custom of holy Church that we should sing Mary's hymn at the time of evening prayer." A great reminder that the Divine Office connects us not only to all the faithful who pray it today, but to those who prayed these same psalms and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/-YYRWaICHuo/post-visitation-thoughts.html

Pictures From Last Friday's Mozarabic Mass in Rome NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 10, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/AO22eFTO0_g/pictures-from-last-fridays-mozarabic.html

In Praise of Irregularity NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 4, 2016 ... to do with marriage, but there is one parallel worth pointing out. In a healthy marriage, the spouses make an effort to do things that are out of the ordinary for one another. On special occasions like anniversaries or birthdays, flowers or chocolates may enter the home, or the couple may go out on a date. Married people do this sort of thing because they know that a uniform monotonous routine, which takes too much for granted, is a recipe for mental and emotional stagnation. They know, in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/A6gW4cki68g/in-praise-of-irregularity.html

Medieval Vespers of Easter NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 1, 2016 ... of Sunday Vespers, 109, 110 and 111, are sung with a single antiphon consisting of four Alleluias, followed by the gradual and alleluia of the Mass. The second part of the gradual varies from day to day, just as it does at the Mass; the alleluia is often different from that of the day's Mass, or made longer by the addition of a second verse. In many Uses, but not that of Sarum, the sequence Victimae Paschali was often said as well. There follow the Magnificat with its ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/-VuBITC0T30/medieval-vespers-of-easter.html