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Good Friday SISTERS OF THE GOSPEL OF LIFE - April 17, 2014 ... existence from the earliest days of the Church. No Mass is celebrated on this day, but the service of Good Friday is called the Mass of the Presanctified because Communion (in the species of bread) which had already been consecrated on Holy Thursday is given to the people . Traditionally, the organ is silent from Holy Thursday until the Alleluia at the Easter Vigil , as are all bells or other instruments, the only music during this period being unaccompanied chant. The ...http://gospeloflifesisters.wordpress.com/2014/04/17/good-friday-3/

Dies Domini 23: Growing Distinction From the Sabbath CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - April 14, 2014 ... continued synagogue observances. But the move to Sunday was early. And universal. 23. It was this newness which the catechesis of the first centuries stressed as it sought to show the prominence of Sunday relative to the Jewish Sabbath. It was on the Sabbath that the Jewish people had to gather in the synagogue and to rest in the way prescribed by the Law. The Apostles, and in particular Saint Paul, continued initially to attend the synagogue so that there ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/04/14/dies-domini-23-growing-distinction-from-the-sabbath/

Palm Sunday SISTERS OF THE GOSPEL OF LIFE - April 13, 2014 Palm Sunday commemorates the triumphal entrance of Christ into Jerusalem (Matthew 21:1-9), when palm branches were placed in His path, before His arrest on Holy Thursday and His Crucifixion on Good Friday . It thus marks the beginning of Holy Week , the final week of Lent , and the week in which Christians celebrate the mystery of their salvation through Christ's Death and His Resurrection on Easter Sunday . Beginning in ...http://gospeloflifesisters.wordpress.com/2014/04/13/palm-sunday-2/

Passion Sunday IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - April 9, 2014 Palm Sunday April 13, 2014 Isaiah 50:4-7; Psalm 22; Philippians 2:6-11; Matthew 26:14-27:66 Changed expectations. We like change to be gradually introduced into our world so we can get our head and heart around the new reality. Sudden change produces trauma. It is difficult to fathom what the disciples of Jesus went through upon his arrival into Jerusalem. They welcome him into the holy city amid great hopes as they wave olive branches and palm fronds before him and greet ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2014/04/passion-sunday.html

Knights of Columbus 4th Degree MONK'S NEWS - April 8, 2014 On Sunday, April 6, some of the 4th degree Knights here in Norfolk took me to West Point, Nebraska to become a fourth degree Knight. I had been a 3rd degree Knight since about 1990 and so was happy to be able to be accepted as a fourth degree member on this date. I will also now serve as chaplain for the local 4th degree Knights which includes a number of the surrounding towns -- Madison, Scranton, Battle Creek, Pierce etc. The ...http://kennethosb.blogspot.com/2014/04/knights-of-columbus-4th-degree.html

The Fourth Week of Lent: Rejoice, O Jerusalem! ABOUT.COM CATHOLICISM - March 30, 2014 Today is Laetare Sunday , the Fourth Sunday in Lent . We've passed the midpoint of Lent , and the Church offers us a little break today, substituting rose vestments for the penitential purple usually used during the Lenten season and reciting the Creed for the first time since Ash Wednesday . If our Lenten fasting has been strenuous, now is the time for a little celebration; if we still haven't quite hit our stride, now is a good time ...http://catholicism.about.com/b/2014/03/30/the-fourth-week-of-lent-rejoice-o-jerusalem.htm

Laetare Sunday Rejoice P R WOMAN FOR CHRIST - March 30, 2014 I don't know about you, but I have mixed feelings about Laetare Sunday, or Rejoice Sunday. A part of me says, "Be happy. The end of Lent is getting near! Another part, way down deep says, "Too bad! Time has gone so fast. I barely realized it was Lent." I just checked with my desk calendar. Easter is only three weeks away. The only time I and you have is now. So let's make the best of it. Did you resolve to do or to avoid something for Lent: ...http://prwomanforchrist.blogspot.com/2014/03/laetare-sunday-rejoice.html

Laetare Sunday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - March 30, 2014 ... 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/2014/03/laetare-sunday.html

The 4th Sunday of Lent THE FIFTH COLUMN - March 30, 2014 http://skellmeyer.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-4th-sunday-of-lent.html

Lord, That I May See! A FRIAR'S LIFE - March 29, 2014 HOMILY FOR THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF LENT, March 30, 2014: Join me in song for a moment – you all know this one: "Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now I'm found, was blind but now I see." Thank you. I think we might have some new members for the Choir here. I was blind, but now I see. Our Scriptures today are full of these opposing images – darkness vs. light; blindness vs. sight. "Surely we are ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2014/03/lord-that-i-may-see.html

Feast of Saint Venturino (28 March 2014) FR. VICTOR BROWN'S CATHOLIC DAILY MESSAGE - March 28, 2014 On this Sunday we read at Mass the account of Our Lord's healing of the man who had been born blind. On a sabbath day, Jesus picks up a bit of dirt, mixes it with his own saliva to make a little paste in the palm of his hand, smears this paste on the blind man's eyes, and sends him to wash his eyes off in the pool of Siloam nearby. The man was cured of his congenital blindness and began to see. And this new vision is used by Our Lord as a symbol of the faith that he brings ...http://frbrown.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/feast-of-saint-venturino-28-march-2014/

"I Am the Light of the World." CATHOLIC LIVING TODAY - March 27, 2014 This Fourth Sunday of Lent's Gospel is about the cure of a blind man —and about the blindness of those who think they can see. Our Discussion Questions will guide your Online Sunday Bible Study sessions with your family, friends and church groups. Light and darkness The drama of John 9, the Man Born Blind, is the story of a simple man open to God's presence and arrogant men who cannot see the Christ standing right before them. But ...http://catholiclivingtoday.blogspot.com/2011/03/i-am-light-of-world.html

Divine Mercy Friday DTF DEFEND THE FAITH - March 27, 2014 http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2014/03/divine-mercy-friday.html

Dies Domini 2: Resurrection CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - March 24, 2014 Why Sunday? It's obvious: the Resurrection. The only event that might be more astonishing is that God chose to come in human form, and walk among us, as one of us. But no doubt, the Resurrection has eternal implications for all those invited to follow in the path of Jesus Christ: 2. The Resurrection of Jesus is the fundamental event upon which Christian faith rests (cf. 1 Cor 15:14). It is an astonishing reality, fully grasped in the light of faith, yet historically attested ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/dies-domini-2-resurrection/

Second Sunday of Lent "A" A BOOK OF EVERYTHING - March 16, 2014 Today, the Second Sunday of Lent, we hear the story of the Transfiguration. John Paul II chose this story as his fourth Luminous Mystery, introduced in his October 2002 Apostolic Letter "On the Most Holy Rosary". The Holy Father said that the Transfiguration is the "mystery par excellence" the encounter between history, which is built every day – and the blessed inheritance that awaits us in Heaven", where we will be in full union with Christ. It is ...http://abookofeverything.blogspot.com/2014/03/second-sunday-of-lent-a.html

Praying for the Dead: A Good Lenten Practice ABOUT.COM CATHOLICISM - March 15, 2014 ... Sunday, see Sometimes, 40 Days Is Not Enough ); the second, third, and fourth Saturdays of Great Lent (as Eastern Christians refer to Lent ); and the Saturday before Pentecost Sunday . For Eastern Catholics who calculate Easter according to the Gregorian calendar , the dates of the All Souls Saturdays in 2014 are February 9, February 23, March 2, March 9, and May 18; for Eastern Orthodox Christians who use the Julian calendar ...http://catholicism.about.com/b/2014/03/15/praying-for-the-dead-a-good-lenten-practice.htm

First Anniversary of Election of Pope Francis - His Words on Vocations. IRISH DOMINICAN VOCATIONS - March 13, 2014 ... Easter (Vocations Sunday): "Behind and before every vocation to the priesthood or to the consecrated life there is always the strong and intense prayer of someone: a grandmother, a grandfather, a mother, a father, a community...This is why Jesus said: 'Pray therefore the Lord of the harvest,' that is God the Father, 'to send labourers into his harvest.' (Matthew 9:38) Vocations are born in prayer and from prayer, and only through prayer can they persevere and ...http://irishdominicanvocations.blogspot.com/2014/03/first-anniversary-of-election-of-pope.html

Lenten Ember Day Fast A CATHOLIC LIFE - March 12, 2014 ... 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/IuXS9EMHo7w/lenten-ember-day-fast.html

Forward Planning..... LINEN ON THE HEDGEROW - March 10, 2014 ... fourth visit to the blessed town and, despite the flashing statues and glow in the dark rosaries that proliferate in tacky shops everywhere, we love it. We actually miss the place when at home in Wales and bathe (both figuratively and literally) in its ambience when we are there. Now, cut to the main course. Will we find a proper Mass there? Should we ask for information regarding: La Forme Extraordinaire, or La Messe Vetus Ordo (will anyone know what we are talking about? I ...http://linenonthehedgerow.blogspot.com/2014/03/forward-planning.html

The Catholic Nook: Laetare Sunday LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - March 1, 2014 ... of Lent. Like the Third Sunday of Advent, this is one of the rare days on the Church calendar that the liturgical color is rose pink. It refers to a day of joy within a solemn season. As opposed to the rest of Lent, flowers may be placed on the altar this day. It is a day on which we receive encouragement on our penitential journey and look forward to the feast to come. Pope Innocent III remarked in 1216 that Laetare Sunday marks: "a measure of consoling ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-catholic-nook-laetare-sunday.html

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