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The Great War, Vol 1, Chapter 11-4 DARWINCATHOLIC - May 27, 2015 This has been a long time in coming, not for any lack of effort. The installment nearly five times as long as the average installment, but there are big events to cover as Henri goes into the Battle of the Marne. Near Nanteuil le Hardouin, France. September 8th, 1914. It was dark in the room. Then a dancing light began to play upon the walls, and he caught the slight smell of sulfur in the air. It must have been the pop of a match being struck that had awakened him. Henri ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-great-war-vol-1-chapter-11-4.html

Newspaper Column: Resting in God: Lectio Divina PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - May 2, 2015 Lectio Divina is Latin for divine reading. It is one of the ways of contemplative prayer and has very ancient roots going back to the 3 rd Century. Lectio addresses the problem of the ego and the over active mind. You see, when we are trapped in our thoughts and ideas (as we are in Western cultures like America) God becomes a thing that is external to us. He becomes a concept. Only when we can "turn off the mind" so to speak and become silent inside can He become a ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2015/05/newspaper-column-resting-in-god-lectio.html

Let's Talk Liturgy: Part 15 A WING AND A PRAYER - May 2, 2015 ... follows. We may offer a song of thanksgiving and praise. Sometimes we rest in the Lord's Presence and simply enjoy the silence. The Communion Rite ends when the celebrant offers the "Prayer after Communion" in which the celebrant invites us to recall that the Lord is with us and we respond. This grace-filled ending expresses our gratitude for the great gift we have just received. It offers our hope that we will go out into our daily lives and continue to build the Kingdom of God. The time ...http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2015/05/lets-talk-liturgy-part-15.html

Flashback Friday: Johnny Carson and the Meaning of Death IN OTHER WORDS - April 24, 2015 ... connections between man and Creator. It is a plea for compassion and understanding. It is the priest, on behalf of the deceased, throwing himself at the mercy of God. It really is, when you think about it, a beautiful thing, one that never fails to stir me when I do think about it. For when we die we go to our particular judgment, our chance to meet with God, and to receive sentence. To think that this beautiful Mass, with the prayers for the dead offered by the priest and ...http://hadleyblog.blogspot.com/2015/04/flashback-friday-johnny-carson-and.html

Fr. Perrone to Conduct Orchestral Mass He Wrote in Honor of Sacred Heart TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - April 4, 2015 ... Sunday, Divine Mercy, at Noon, Fr. Perrone will be conducting an orchestral Mass he composed (choir and orchestra), in honor of the Sacred Heart. Both of these will be in the context of a Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form (1962 Missal). Next week, the 9:30 AM Mass will be a Latin Novus Ordo as the TLM shifts for that day only, to the Noon slot. He wrote this Mass a few years ago, but only recently ...http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2015/04/fr-perrone-to-conduct-orchestral-mass.html

The Easter Triduum: Entering Into the Paschal Mystery INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - April 2, 2015 ... the three days prior to the great feast of Easter: Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday and the Easter Vigil. The General Norms for the Liturgical Year state that the Easter Triduum begins with the evening Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday, "reaches its high point in the Easter Vigil, and closes with evening prayer on Easter Sunday" (par 19). Just as Sunday is the high point of the week, Easter is the high point of the year. The meaning of the great ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/04/the-easter-triduum-entering-into-the-paschal-mystery.html

Passion Sunday 2015 CHERISHED HEARTS AT HOME - March 30, 2015 ... Jesus on Good Friday. Dom Gueranger reminds us that the Church begins (on Passion Sunday) to make the suffering of Jesus, our redeemer, to be the main thought focused on during these days leading up to and including Good Friday. The Passion Narrative was originally read on this (5th) Sunday of Lent. Now, in the Missal of 1962, it is only read on Palm Sunday (St. Matthew's Gospel), Tuesday (St. Mark's Gospel), Wednesday (St. Luke's Gospel) and Friday of Holy Week (St. John's Gospel).- From ...http://cherishedheartsathome.blogspot.com/2015/03/passion-sunday-2015.html

On "Going Forward" or "Going Back" MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - March 22, 2015 ... important for us to follow the Mass like this. One cannot go back. We have always to go forward, always forward. Who goes back is wrong. Let us go forward on this path." - Pope Francis "What earlier generations held as sacred, remains sacred and great for us too, and it cannot be all of a sudden entirely forbidden or even considered harmful. It behooves all of us to preserve the riches which have developed in the Church's faith and prayer, and to give them their proper place." ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2015/03/on-going-forward-or-going-back.html

Strange Notions ... Concerns About Cremation ABBEY ROADS - March 20, 2015 ... was even necessary at all. Perhaps the ashes could just be scattered out in the woods. Without the urgency to bury the dead, the burial is often given little regard. - Finish reading here . Decorating with cremains... I think the problem does have a lot to do with the detachment of the funeral Mass from interment , as well as a lack of urgency to bury the dead . The division of ashes seems to me to hearken back to pagan practices, although some of the 'spiritual-not religious' ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/03/strange-notions-concerns-about-cremation.html

Sunday Mass: Highlight of the Week CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - March 17, 2015 Sunday Mass: can't help but not go (obligation), others look forward to going. The subject of an article in Bible & Life written by a priest who spent 40 days on a silent retreat at a Benedictine Monastery where the monks go to Church four times daily: early morning, before noon meal, before evening meal and before going to bed at which time they sing the Liturgy of the Hours. The article mentions the numbers of Catholics who come from different parts ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2015/03/sunday-mass-highlight-of-week.html

A Note on Participation: What Can We Learn From the Word Actuosa? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 16, 2015 ... 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 should not ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/IVZQ10-Mjjs/a-note-on-participation-what-can-we.html

ASK FATHER: Will the Extraordinary Form Outlast the Novus Ordo? Wherein Fr. Z Rants. FR. Z'S BLOG - March 14, 2015 From a reader… QUAERITUR : Since His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI has allowed the Latin mass to be celebrated by Priest without special per mission, many younger Priest and young Catholics have been celebrating the Latin mass more often. Do you think this is a comeback of the Latin mass? Do you the Novus Ordo may eventually be outnumbered by the Latin ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/Ri2qMNPt2rY/

Who Goes Back Is Wrong? THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - March 11, 2015 ... Church to draw closer to the people of God so that they can understand well what she is doing. It is important for us to follow the Mass like this. One cannot go back. We have always to go forward, always forward. Who goes back is wrong. Let us go forward on this path." - Pope Francis "What earlier generations held as sacred, remains sacred and great for us too, and it cannot be all of a sudden entirely forbidden or even considered harmful. It behooves all of us to preserve ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2015/03/who-goes-back-is-wrong.html

The New Rite's Blah-Ness DAD29 - March 11, 2015 A while back we mentioned that the OF's primary problem is its fixation on text , which is unhealthy. ...it was an unkind fate that allowed the new mass to come to completion just when – elsewhere – the importance of non-verbal communication was being rediscovered. This was what was missing from the Liturgical Movement. An appreciation of non-verbal communication is not incompatible with the writings of the earlier exponents, such as Guéranger, despite ...http://dad29.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-new-rites-blah-ness.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 Mass ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/gyO1JHpIDqQ/dom-alcuid-reid-on-50th-anniversary-of.html

Saint Jerome in the Desert IDLE SPECULATIONS - February 24, 2015 ... parts of the desert. This desert was in the land of Madian, close to the Red Sea, and in it was Mount Horeb, which St. Jerome says was the same as Sinai. The desert to which David fled from Saul (cf. 1 Samuel 23:14 ) was the desert of Ziph, which lies south of the Dead Sea and Hebron. John the Baptist lived and taught in the desert of Judea, west of the Jordan and the Dead Sea, near Jericho. Finally, the scene of Christ's temptation ( Matthew 4:1-11 ), of which St. Mark adds ( ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/Uocyk/~3/1zcWPbX1vG0/saint-jerome-in-desert.html

Bugnini for Lent COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - February 22, 2015 ... advance notice 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 the ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2015/02/bugnini-for-lent.html

Passages From Vatican II That Every Catholic Should Know CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 10, 2015 ... man and the radical beauty of God. 4) "But the college or body of bishops has no authority unless it is understood together with the Roman Pontiff, the successor of Peter as its head. The pope's power of primacy over all, both pastors and faithful, remains whole and intact. In virtue of his office, that is as Vicar of Christ and pastor of the whole Church, the Roman Pontiff has full, supreme and universal power over the Church. And he is always free to exercise this power. The order of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/7Q-BjZ12mHQ/passages-vatican-ii-every-catholic-know

Liturgical Notes on the Purification of the Virgin Mary NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 2, 2015 ... was to use violet vestments for the procession, and white for the Mass who follows on returning to the church. Lit candles are held by the clergy and faithful (as much as may be practically allowed) during the procession, at the singing of the Gospel, and from the Canon to communion. Many improbable attempts have been made to connect the Candlemas blessing and procession with the ancient Roman purification rite of the Lupercalia. The Venerable Bede says that the Roman King ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/7l7YNaRySwc/liturgical-notes-on-purification-of.html

THE JUKEBOX HERO HYMNAL: Hymn 022: Kyrie by Mr. Mister THE B-MOVIE CATECHISM - January 31, 2015 As you might recall from yesterday, we just added The Electric Prunes' "Kyrie Eleison," with all its pre-Vatican II Greek and Latin, to The Jukebox Hero Hymnal. According to James M. O'Toole's book "The Faithful: A History of Catholics in America," the very first 'New Mass' with parts spoken in the vernacular occurred in the United States on November 29, 1964. Still, it wasn't until around 1969 that all Greek and Latin ...http://b-moviecat.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-jukebox-hero-hymnal-hymn-022-kyrie.html

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