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Palm Sunday IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - March 25, 2015 Ignatian Spirituality: Set the World Ablaze predmore.blogspot.com Palm Sunday March 29, 2015 Isaiah 50:4-7; Psalm 22; Philippians 2:6-11; Mark 14:1-15:47 Palm Sunday ushers in a period of contrasts that is challenging to balance. It marks a rapid concluding period to a lengthy Lenten time of devotion, when we carefully choose devotional ways to express our discipleship; during Palm Sunday and Holy Week, choices are far beyond our control. ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/03/palm-sunday.html

Passion Sunday 1863 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - March 21, 2015 . 22 SUNDAY . PASSION SUNDAY, semidouble. Second prayers for the Church or Pope. Violet . First Vespers of St Cuthbert ( Meruit supremos in the hymn) with commemoration of the Sunday. White . [In Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle, First Vespers of the Most Precious Blood, with commemoration of the Sunday and of the Octave of St Cuthbert. Red .] 23 Monday . St Cuthbert, Bishop Confessor, double (transferred from 20 March). White ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2015/03/passion-sunday-1863.html

Mar 15 – Homily – Fr Elias: Penance Toward Joy AIRMARIA.COM - March 15, 2015 Homily #150315b ( 14 min) Play – On Laetare Sunday, the Fourth Sunday in Lent, Fr. Elias points out that the penance of Lent is always looking forward to the joy of Easter and that the sorrows of this season are born out of love of Jesus who suffered for us. Ave Maria! Mass: Sunday 4th Week of Lent – Sunday – Form: OF Readings: 1st: 2ch 36:14-17, 19-23 Resp: psa 137:1-2, ...http://airmaria.com/2015/03/15/mar-15-homily-fr-elias-penance-toward-joy/

Laetare Sunday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - March 15, 2015 ... 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/2015/03/laetare-sunday.html

Atonement and the Fourth Week of Lent PERSPECTIVE - March 15, 2015 http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2015/03/atonement-and-fourth-week-of-lent.html

Homily for March 15 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - March 15, 2015 Image source Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Lent ( Scriptures for today's Mass) Audio for homily It amazes me how much a change day light savings time has made in my mood and my spirits. Last weekend, I wasn't very happy about losing an hour's sleep but the long-term benefits are real and I'm grateful for them. I find myself looking out the window around 6:00 at night and just taking in the light, enjoying it and delighting in it, knowing that the days ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/03/homily-for-march-15.html

Fourth Sunday of Lent PRINTED AS PREACHED - March 14, 2015 This Fourth Sunday of Lent, traditionally known as "Laetare Sunday," is flavored with a sense of joy. Although this season is marked by the sobering disciplines of penance, today we hear the words from Holy Scripture "Rejoice Jerusalem!" as we sang for our introit, that is our entrance hymn, which sets the pace of our journey. Halfway through Lent, we can say, we have the Holy city of Jerusalem in sight with an expectation ...http://printedaspreached.blogspot.com/2015/03/fourth-sunday-of-lent.html

Pause for Prayer: SATURDAY 3/14 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - March 13, 2015 This weekend brings us to the Fourth Sunday of Lent , the halfway point of these 40 days. There are two ways to look at this: "Lent is half over!" - or - "We're halfway to Easter!" Today the somber purple of Lent is lightened to rose and the words of the liturgy call us to rejoice, even in this season of sacrifice and penance... And isn't life often just like that? Calling us to rejoice when our hearts are heavy? That might be a good ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/03/pause-for-prayer-saturday-314.html

Word for the Weekend: MARCH 15 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - March 11, 2015 This Sunday brings us to the Fourth Sunday of Lent : the season of penance and preparation for Easter is half over . Scriptures for this Sunday's liturgy can be found here: note that the readings for Year B may be replaced with the readings from Year A in parishes celebrating the Scrutinies in preparation for baptism at the Easter Vigil. Bringing children to Mass with you? Help them prepare ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/03/word-for-weekend-march-15.html

Laetare Sunday ~ a Day of Joy in the Middle of Lent THE HILL COUNTRY HERMIT - March 10, 2015 Mid-Lent This coming Sunday (March 15, 2015) marks the almost-center of Lent, a day of gentle celebration. The exact middle of Lent falls on a Thursday, but the Sunday following that center point, the fourth Sunday of Lent, is known as Laetare (lay-TAH-ray) Sunday. Traditions surrounding this special day stem back hundreds of years with a variety of influences shaping its meaning. One of the main purposes ...http://theresadoyle-nelson.blogspot.com/2015/03/laetare-sunday-day-of-joy-in-middle-of.html

History of Laetare Sunday SUMMORUM PONTIFICUM WANGARATTA - March 9, 2015 From the ever brilliant Fish Eaters site. The fourth Sunday of Lent is rather unique; like the third Sunday of Advent ("Gaudete Sunday"), the fourth Sunday of Lent is a break in an otherwise penitential season. The vestments for this day will be rose, as they are on Gaudete Sunday in Advent, and flowers may adorn the Altar. This day is called "Laetare ...http://wlms.blogspot.com/2015/03/history-of-laetare-sunday.html

Third Sunday of Lent COMMUNIO - March 8, 2015 ... at oneself and working on r epentance of sin. There are special prayers of exorcism. We typically think of an exorcism for those who are possessed by the devil in some outrageous way. But an exorcism is used to be delivered from evil, sin, weakness of will and mind, and disorder. All sin needs to be exorcised; sin comes from the devil. The rites of exorcism are meant for healing and turning the person from sin so that the person can live in the light. The goal is to set one's life aright with ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/03/third-sunday-of-lent/

Play [and Pray] Like a Champion THAT RELIGIOUS BLOG - February 27, 2015 ... as representative of Jesus' decision to pray and fast for forty days in the wilderness. Individuals will often refrain from certain activities to exercise spiritual strength and engage in a deeper life of prayer. Campus' trending question amongst students and staff is "what are you 'giving up'?" Some will forgo candy and dining hall frozen yogurt, while others will decide to take on pious practices like attending Mass twice a week or making more frequent Confessions. Lent, however, is no mere ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/VdFrE/~3/4NpZGwu0GG8/play-and-pray-like-champion.html

Exodus 39 I HEART MY LIFE: A WORKING MOTHER'S SOAPBOX - February 26, 2015 ... Time after Epiphany, Time after Pentecost Violet: penance, humility, melancholy Advent, Lent, Good Friday Black: mourning, sorrow All Souls Day, Masses for the Dead Rose: joy Third Sunday of Advent, Fourth Sunday of ...http://aworkingmotherssoapbox.blogspot.com/2015/02/exodus-39.html

Because You Ashed... ARE WE THERE YET? - February 19, 2015 ... says it to us on Ash Wednesday: Meménto, homo, quia pulvis es, et in púlverem revertéris. * When the distribution of ashes was first common in western Europe, they were literally distributed -- or strewn -- over men's heads, but, because women's heads were covered, they were placed more carefully by the priest upon their foreheads. Eventually, this became the common method among men and women. (I expect the "strewing" made rather a mess.) The common method in most places... * ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2015/02/because-you-ashed.html

Trueman, Lent, and Reformed Catholicity CALLED TO COMMUNION - February 16, 2015 ... Wednesday, and marks the beginning of Lent, that forty-day period of fasting and abstinence in which we prepare for Easter. One intention for which we can fast and pray this Lent is the reunion of all Christians. Oddly enough, however, Lent is precisely one of the practices that stands between some in the Reformed tradition on the one hand, and the Catholic Church on the other. I was recently reminded of this when reading Carl Trueman's " Ash Wednesday: Picking and Choosing ...http://www.calledtocommunion.com/2015/02/trueman-lent-and-reformed-catholicity/

Quinquagesima Sunday and the Beginning of Lent 1863 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - February 14, 2015 . 15 SUNDAY . QUINQUAGESIMA SUNDAY, semidouble. Second prayers of SS Faustinus and Jovita, Martyrs. Third prayers A Cunctis . Violet . Vespers of the Sunday. [In diocese of Clifton, fourth prayers for the Bishop.] 16 Monday . Feria. Violet . 17 Tuesday . Feria. Violet . 18 Ash- Wednesday . Feria. Second prayers A Cunctis . Third prayers Omnipotens . Preface of Lent (until Passion Sunday) unless ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2015/02/quinquagesima-sunday-and-beginning-of.html

Septuagesima Sunday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - February 1, 2015 It is Septuagesima Sunday , according to the traditional calendar. The season of Septuagesima is a time to start thinking about Lent; the "seventy" days until Easter are symbolic, among other things, of the seventy years of the Israelites' Babylonian captivity. We have all made mistakes; it is not too late to make amends while there is still time. We are being given a second chance. Redemption is at hand. According to Dom Gueranger in The Liturgical Year, ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2015/02/septuagesima-sunday.html

The Season of Revelation: The Feast of Theophany/Epiphany NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 8, 2015 ... the Forerunner. That feast is worthy of a post in its own right, the fourth major feast of St. John on the Calendar, making him a strong analogue to the Theotokos: both have a feast commemorating their conception (Sept. 23; Dec. 9), their birth (June 24; Sept. 8), and their death (Aug. 29; Aug. 15), and both have a synaxis the day after a major Christological feast commemorating their mediating role in salvation (Synaxis of the Theotokos on Dec. 26, and Synaxis of the Baptizer ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/22cHpI2to0s/the-season-of-revelation-feast-of.html

Neil DeGrasse Tyson's (Unwittingly) Ironic Trolling SHAMELESS POPERY - December 28, 2014 ... people claiming that they're incompatible don't seem to know what they're talking ...http://catholicdefense.blogspot.com/2014/12/neil-degrasse-tysons-unwittingly-ironic.html

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