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The Fifth Sunday of Lent IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - March 29, 2017 The Fifth Sunday of Lent predmore.blogspot.com April 2, 2017 Ezekiel 37:12-14; Psalm 130; Romans 8:8-11; John 11:1-45 In a final decisive act during his ministry, Jesus exerts command over death, the final tyrant, and his raising of Lazarus from the dead gives his disciples a chance to marvel at the possibilities of Resurrection. Jesus makes it clear that Lazarus dies because the body decomposes by the fourth day. Jesus did not heal Lazarus or revive ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-fifth-sunday-of-lent.html

Laetare Sunday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - March 26, 2017 ... of Laetare Sunday is set in the Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem. In that context, the great cry, "Jerusalem!" has a special resonance. You may ask why this basilica came to be called "in Jerusalem" when, in fact, it stands in Rome. In antiquity, it was called simply, "Jerusalem." To go to the Basilica of the Holy Cross was to go "up to Jerusalem." When, in the year 326, Saint Helena returned from the Holy Land, laden with relics, she had with her the most astonishing ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2017/03/laetare-sunday.html

Homily for March 26 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - March 26, 2017 Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Lent ( Scriptures for today's Mass) Audio for homily So much back and forth here about how this man, blind from birth -- came to see. It's clear that many of the people, most of the Pharisees and even the man's parents don't quite get the point here. So let's hope that we do. Spoiler alert: this story is not primarily about the healing of this man's blindness. Rather, it's about the light by which any of us might come to see ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2017/03/homily-for-march-26.html

Laetare Sunday- 4th Sunday of Lent NEW HORIZONS - March 25, 2017 The Collect for the 4th Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday) is as follows: O God, who through Your Word reconcile the human race to Yourself in a wonderful way, grant, we pray, that with prompt devotion and eager faith the Christian people may hasten toward the solemn celebrations to come.  In making this prayer tangible for during the week, the following reflections questions emerged: 1. What value do I place in my life of Christ's death and resurrection? ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/L2OLSmXDv_I/laetare-sunday-4th-sunday-of-lent.html

My Shepherd YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - March 25, 2017 Fourth Sunday Lent By Phil Russell Piety "The Lord is my shepherd, there is nothing I shall want." Psalm 23 Study "You were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light." Ephesians 5:8 Action "Go wash in the Pool of Siloam." John 9:1-41 It's all about contrasts. Darkness/Light. Sleep/Awake. Blindness/Sight. Clay made with Saliva/dirt. Staying/Going. And Jesus declares, "While I AM in the world, I AM the light of the world." ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/03/my-shepherd.html

The Samaritan Woman in the Liturgy of Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 24, 2017 ... week, joined with one of the most important epistles of Lent, Numbers 20, 1-13, in which Moses makes water run from the rock in the desert. This story was understood by the early Christians as a prefiguration of the sacrament of baptism, starting with St Paul himself, who tells us that "our fathers were all under the cloud, and all passed through the sea. And all in Moses were baptized , in the cloud, and in the sea: and did all eat the same spiritual food, and all drank the same spiritual ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/m6gq4W5mBP8/the-samaritan-woman-in-liturgy-of-lent.html

Laetare Sunday a Joyful Pause in a Somber Season CATHOLIC HOTDISH - March 23, 2017 A Joyful Sunday. The Fourth Sunday of Lent is also known as Laetare Sunday. Laetare is a Latin word which means "rejoice" or "rejoicing." Other nuances of the word include joyfulness, gladness, cheerfulness, and happiness. This elated or jubilant mood is a striking one-day reprieve from the somber, sorrowful, penitential tone of the other days of Lent. A Joyful Beginning to Mass. The word "Laetare" is taken from the first ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/-T_VKRBMRGs/

Byzantine Hymns for Mid-Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 23, 2017 ... referred to informally as Mid-Lent, although this is an approximation, where the analogous half-way point of the Paschal season, the feast of Mid-Pentecost, is exactly half-way (25 days) between Easter and Pentecost. The sticheron given above is one of several placed between the verses of a group of four Psalms which are sung at Vespers every day, (140, 141, 129 and 116), while the deacon incenses the altar and sanctuary, the iconostasis, the church, the clergy and the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/A3eERgrfm3U/byzantine-hymns-for-mid-lent.html

The Fourth Sunday of Lent IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - March 22, 2017 Ignatian Spirituality: Set the World Ablaze The Fourth Sunday of Lent predmore.blogspot.com March 26, 2017 1 Samuel 16 1 Samuel 16:1, 6-7, 10-13; Psalm 23; Ephesians 5:8-14; John 9:1-41 The story of the man born blind raises important questions about faith and knowledge because the ones who have sight and knowledge turn out to be the ones who are blind and faithless. The poor man born blind must have felt like he went through a Senate confirmation ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-fourth-sunday-of-lent.html

Baptism & Penance: Deep in the Holy Trinity (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - March 19, 2017 probably know, we've been looking at a book together this Lent, called The Seven Secrets of Confession, and today, I'm going to look at the third and fourth "secrets." Meanwhile, the readings are all about baptism. So what do the sacrament of penance and baptism have in common? Well, a lot actually. Let's back up and talk a little about baptism. I would bet almost all of us were baptized as babies – sometime in our first six or eight months. We forget that it isn't always that ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2017/03/baptism-penance-deep-in-holy-trinity.html

On the St. Patrick's Day Dispensation, or the Lack Thereof SERVANT AND STEWARD - March 9, 2017 ... Church does not have the same policy across the board. To this I would simply say that the universal policy is to abstain from meat. But even the universal law provides an exception to this requirement for those members of the faithful who belong to a diocese or a parish named in honor of Saint Patrick. For them, March 17 th is not simply the liturgical memorial of a saint, but a liturgical solemnity and Catholics are not bound by the law of abstinence on solemnities (which is why everyone can ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/qP7yOGmm4rI/on-st-patricks-day-dispensation-or-lack.html

The Lenten Ember Fast Starts Today A CATHOLIC LIFE - March 8, 2017 ... September 14 , the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (fall). These weeks are known as the quattor tempora, the "four seasons." Since the late 5th century, the Ember Days were also the preferred dates for ordination of priests. So during these times the Church had a threefold focus: (1) sanctifying each new season by turning to God through prayer, fasting and almsgiving; (2) giving thanks to God for the various harvests of each season; and (3) praying for the newly ordained and for ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/VHqpWdRh000/the-lenten-ember-fast-starts-today.html

Lent DIAKONIA - DEACON PAT KEARNS - March 4, 2017 (Article taken from Catholic Answers) Lent . —The Teutonic word Lent, which we employ to denote the forty days' fast preceding Easter, originally meant no more than the spring season. Still it has been used from the Anglo-Saxon period to translate the more significant Latin term quadragesima (Fr. careme, It. quaresima, Span. cuaresma), meaning the "forty days", or more literally the "fortieth day". This in turn imitated the Greek name for Lent, tessarakost? (fortieth), ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/YhiD/~3/ucY4jTVseiM/lent.html

As Lent Approaches....(Universal) CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 27, 2017 ... Originally, Lent was the time of preparation for those who were to be baptized, a time of concentrated study and prayer before their baptism at the Easter Vigil, the celebration of the Resurrection of the Lord early on Easter Sunday. But since these new members were to be received into a living community of Faith, the entire community was called to preparation. Also, this was the time when those who had been separated from the Church would ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/as-lent-approachesuniversal.html

IRAQ : Christians and Muslims on a Peace March From Erbil to Alqōsh CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 25, 2017 Chaldean Patriarch Mar Raphael Louis Sako has launched a 'Peace March' on Palm Sunday "open to Christians and Muslims", which "will set off from Erbil and end in Alqōsh" in the Nineveh Plain. People will be "on foot for one day" calling for an end to violence in Iraq and throughout the Middle East. "I will lead the march," the prelate said as he spoke to AsiaNews about his Church's intentions for upcoming start of Lent in the interest of peace, rapprochement and dialogue. ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/iraq-christians-and-muslims-on-peace.html

The Antiquity and Universality of Fore-Lent (Part 4) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 15, 2017 This is the fourth and final part of Henri de Villiers' examination of the various forms and traditions of the pre-Lenten period. Click the following links to read part 1 , part 2 and part 3 . The original French version was published in 2014 on the website of the Schola Sainte-Cécile. Fore-Lent and Meditation on Human Frailty Have demonstrated the antiquity and universality of Fore-Lent in the various rites, we conclude by highlighting some of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/kg1HJwk46j0/the-antiquity-and-universality-of-fore_15.html

The Paris Psalter NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 4, 2017 ... 11-12) David is represented with a beard, older than he was in the earlier miniatures, again in accordance with Roman conventions. In the upper right, the hands of the personification of Repentance indicate contemplation, as in many Roman statues, as David prostrates himself below her. After 283 more folios, there begins a series of images which illustrate some of the Old Testament canticles of Byzantine Lauds. (In practice, these are almost never sung today, being replaced by a series of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/uR-Ot7Hx1mk/the-paris-psalter.html

A Proper Hymn for St Anthony the Abbot NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 17, 2017 ... been sung in more than one, according to the traditions of various churches. Medieval hymnographers also loved the trick performed by the author of this hymn, in which the last line of each stanza is the title (i.e. first line) of another hymn. (A similarly constructed piece is sung in the Cisterican Office of St Bernard.) The hymns thus quoted are all from the repertoire generally found in all medieval Uses of the Office. Exultet caelum laudibus - from the Common of Apostles Deus, tuorum ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/NQZpTxBrEeg/a-proper-hymn-for-st-anthony-abbot.html

Advent Meditations - Fulton J. Sheen BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - January 10, 2017 ... Advent God's Unconditional Love Many people nowadays want God, but on their terms, not on his. They insist that their wishes shall determine the kind of religion that is true, rather than letting God reveal his truth to them. So their dissatisfaction continues and grows. But God finds us lovable, even in our rebellion against him. Lift Up Your Heart I am the LORD, I have called you in righteousness, I have taken you by the hand and kept you. Isaiah 42:6 This booklet has by far the shortest ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/doFeRHS_F6M/advent-meditations-fulton-j-sheen.html

Want to Know the History Behind Today's Feast of the Epiphany? CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 6, 2017 ... of Christ as the Son of God – both as an infant and at his baptism – illuminate the mysteries of the Christmas season, he said. "Our human nature is blinded because of sin and we're unable to see as God sees," he told CNA. "God reveals to us the revelation of what's going on." Origins of Epiphany While the Western celebration of Epiphany (which comes from Greek, meaning "revelation from above"), and the Eastern celebration of Theophany (meaning "revelation of God"), have developed ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/want-to-know-history-behind-todays.html

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