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The Cathedral of Pistoia NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 10, 2017 ... clearly in the next photo, is on the lower left. The tomb of St Atto, bishop of Pistoia from 1134-53, who obtained the cathedral's famous relic of St James the Greater. His relics were discovered in the church of St John in Corte, and enshrined in this tomb in 1337. In 1786, the tomb was transferred to the cathedral, and the colored marble panel added. In the right aisle, a triptych of the Crucifixion, with the Madonna, and Ss John, James and Jerome, (author unknown, 1424), and a copy of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/_KOdvkSvVWs/the-cathedral-of-pistoia.html

Not Swimming With Dolphins TIME FOR REFLECTIONS - July 24, 2017 http://timeforreflections.blogspot.com/2017/07/not-swimming-with-dolphins.html

EENS Doctrinal Cheat Sheet THE CATHOLIC VOX --- A CALL FOR VATICAN III--(UNDERSTANDING  - June 30, 2017 ... Unless we are born again of water and the Spirit, we cannot enter heaven (de fide, Florence, Exultate Deo ; Denz 696 ). 3) The Church understands John 3:5 literally every time, as it is written (de fide, Trent Sess. 6, Chap. 4), and with no exceptions (de fide, Florence (aka Basil): Denz 696 ; and Trent : Denz. 791 , 858 , 861 ). 4) The Spirit of Sanctification, the Water of Baptism and the Blood of Redemption are inseparable (de fide, Pope St. Leo the Great- ...http://catholicvox.blogspot.com/2016/06/eens-doctrinal-cheat-sheet.html

Institute of Christ the King -- Priestly Ordinarions 2017 RORATE CÆLI - June 17, 2017 Cardinal Burke will confer the Holy Order of Priesthood on six deacons of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest at their church of Saints Michael and Cajetan in Florence, Tuscany, Italy on July 6, 2017: Rev. Deacon Scott SMITH Rev. Deacon Bertrand SIGROS Rev. Deacon Jean-Guillaume de la CROCHAIS Rev. Deacon Jonathan FEHRENBACHER Rev. Deacon Benoît BELIGNÉ Rev. Deaconhttp://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2017/06/institute-of-christ-king-priestly.html

Homily for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi), 2017, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - June 13, 2017 ... accounts of what Jesus did at the Last Supper. They are a command, but they can also be taken as a plea, a solemn request, that we never forget him. On the eve of his death, he gave us something to remember him by. He wanted to be remembered for his gift of self. The memorial is the Sacrament. The memory, however, resides in the whole Church, which passes on the story and the teaching of Jesus from generation to generation. Every time we share in the memorial, our memory is refreshed. In the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/06/homily-for-solemnity-of-most-holy-body.html

Ember Wednesday of Pentecost 2017 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 7, 2017 ... ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Got_jFbtacQ/ember-wednesday-of-pentecost-2017.html

Nun Who Received Birthday Greeting From Pope Francis Dies at 110 EWTN NEWS - WORLD CATHOLIC NEWS - June 2, 2017 Florence, Italy, Jun 2, 2017 / 05:15 pm ( EWTN News/CNA ).- Sister Candida Bellotti, thought to be the oldest nun in the world, died Saturday at the age of 110.http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EwtnNews-World/~3/EL2K8QC7KRE/new.php

St. Philip Neri CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - May 26, 2017 St. Philip Neri : "The Italian priest St. Philip Neri (1515-1595) greatly contributed to the spiritual reformation of the Church in the sixteenth century. He was born in Florence to a wealthy family, and after receiving a good education, was apprenticed to a relative with a flourishing business which Philip was intended to inherit. However, after having a mystical …"http://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2017/05/st-philip-neri.html

Saint Philip Neri, Priest, the Third Apostle of Rome BIG C CATHOLICS - May 25, 2017 ... Philip became a tutor, eking out a living while studying theology and philosophy. Three years later, he decided, out of humility, not to pursue ordination to the priesthood. Instead, he would spend the next thirteen years of his life actively engaged in contemplation, prayer and service to the least of God's people, especially the poor and the sick. Philip loved to pray, especially at night. During one of these nocturnal vigils, in the catacombs of Saint Sebastian in 1544, a remarkable thing ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/05/saint-philip-neri-priest-third-apostle.html

Saint Mary Magdalene De Pazzi, Virgin BIG C CATHOLICS - May 24, 2017 ... made a vow of chastity at the age of ten. She entered the convent of the Discalced Carmelite nuns in Florence, because the practice of receiving holy Communion almost daily was observed there. For five years her only food was bread and water. She practiced the most austere penances and for long periods endured complete spiritual aridity. Her favorite phrase was: "Suffer, not die!" Her body has remained incorrupt to the present day; it is preserved in a glass coffin in the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/05/saint-mary-magdalene-de-pazzi-virgin.html

St. Antoninus A CATHOLIC LIFE - May 10, 2017 ... learning. He defended the Papacy against the calumnies of certain seditious Bishops in the Council of Basel: and, at the General Council of Florence, he eloquently asserted the truth of the Catholic Faith, which was assailed by the abettors of the Greek Schism. How beautiful is our holy Mother the Church, that produces such children as Antoninus, and has them in readiness to uphold what is true, and withstand what is false! She thus speaks the praises of today's Saint: ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/DJ-6QygYrS4/st-antoninus.html

Remembering Cardinal Domenico Bartolucci: Guest Article by Aurelio Porfiri NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 7, 2017 ... themselves.) I used to sing too, either behind the altar with my father, who was the parish cantor, or with the people in the pews whenever there weren't cantors behind the altar. The people sang: they sang in a loud voice, a song that centuries and centuries had handed down to them, a lusty song, severe and strong, that the children had learned from their elders, not at school desks or examination rooms but by constant habit, in the continuous practice of the Church. How can I recall without ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/FDzhg6QQEck/remembering-cardinal-domenico.html