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Indulgences for the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross A CATHOLIC LIFE - September 14, 2014 ... of these beads, in memory of the Five Wounds of Jesus Christ, one Gloria Patri is to be said; and at the end of each set of five, one Ave Maria is added in devotion to our Lady's sorrows. Prayers to the Five Holy Wounds Pope Pius VII., by a Rescript of time S. Congr. of Indulgences, dated Sept. 29, 1807, granted - i. The indulgence of 100 days, daily, to all the faithful who shall devoutly recite the following prayers to the Five Sacred Wounds of Jesus Christ. ii. The plenary indulgence, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/ewYc2WVgA3c/indulgences-for-feast-of-exaltation-of.html

DPPL 25: Sacred Time and Sacred Space CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - August 17, 2014 ... with pagan architecture. Let's read: 25. In the fourth and fifth centuries, a greater sense of the sacredness of times and places begins to emerge. Many of the local Churches, in addition to their recollection of the New Testament data concerning the dies Domini, the Easter festival and fasting (cf. Mark 2,18-22), began to reserve particular days for the celebration of Christ's salvific mysteries (Epiphany, Christmas and Ascension), or to honor the memory of ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/08/17/dppl-25-sacred-time-and-sacred-space/

WDTPRS: 10th Sunday After Pentecost – Going Forth, Turning About, Going Back FR. Z'S BLOG - August 17, 2014 In the 1962 Missale Romanum this was the Collect for the Fifth Sunday after Easter. In the "Gelasian" Sacramentary it was the Collect for the Fourth Sunday after the close of the Easter Octave. The "Gelasian" Sacramentary (the Liber sacramentorum Romanae ecclesiae or Book of Sacraments of the Church of Rome ) was assembled from older material in Paris around 750. It has elements of both the Roman and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/azLvShet4Xo/

An Ordinary's Not So Ordinary Life, Chapter Fourteen ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - August 17, 2014 ... in attendance and reached their zenith in attendance with 20,000 people participating. The liturgical reform focused on education to bring people to a greater understanding of what they were doing when they participated in any liturgical celebration, especially the Sunday Mass they were obligated to attend. At the same time that I joined the Liturgical Conference I joined the Liturgical Arts Society and began to think in terms of focusing my architectural practice after I ...http://abyssum.org/2014/08/17/an-ordinarys-not-so-ordinary-life-chapter-fourteen/

Vocations: What Have Stats Got to Do With It? HUMBLEPIETY - July 16, 2014 http://humblepiety.blogspot.com/2014/07/vocations-what-have-stats-got-to-do.html

Whit Embertide A CATHOLIC LIFE - June 11, 2014 ... Sunday (summer), and after 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) ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/I3UbHW6RZ3M/whit-embertide.html

CAUSE OF UNIVERSAL 'DECAY OF FAITH.' - Ascension Sunday GLORIA OLIVAE - June 6, 2014 1. LOVE OF GOD - is Obedience to God's commands, states the Gospel of the 6th Sunday of Easter. Since there are three persons in the Blessed Trinity, love of God, then, is obedience to the commands of God the Father in the O.T., the commands of God the Son in the N.T., and the commands of God the Holy Spirit in contemplation. The Liturgical Year begins with the first lessons of the plan of salvation. And this is Advent teaching the life of Repentance as ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_06_01_archive.html#1271597574282858344

Homily for June 1: First Communion! A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - June 1, 2014 Seventh Sunday of Easter ( Scriptures for today's Mass) Audio for homily Boys and girls, we just heard in the gospel how Jesus reminds us how important it is to know God and to know Jesus whom God sent to us. Part of your preparing for First Communion has been learning to know God and to know Jesus. And you do. But I wonder, boys and girls, do you think you could ever forget Jesus, forget God? Some of you are shaking their heads NO! But I have to tell ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2014/06/homily-for-june-1-first-communion.html

Pentecost Novena CATHOLIC FIRE - May 30, 2014 The Novena begins on the day after the Solemnity of the Ascension, Friday of the 6th Week of Easter, even if the Solemnity of the Ascension is transferred to the 7th Sunday. ACT OF CONSECRATION TO THE HOLY SPIRIT To be recited daily during the Novena On my knees I before the great multitude of heavenly witnesses I offer myself, soul and body to You, Eternal Spirit of God. I adore the brightness of Your purity, the unerring keenness of Your justice, and ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/05/pentecost-novena.html

What Do Laws Have to Do With Love? (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - May 25, 2014 ... don't replace love, they give shape to it. They help us see what it looks like. Somebody could say, "Sure, I lied to you, but it doesn't mean I don't love you!" And the answer is, "yes, it does; because that's not love." We're not angels; perfect love doesn't come instinctively. We must learn how to love, especially when love isn't easy. It's not enough just to know the rules and follow them. A machine can do that. We need to know the reason for a rule. Father Mike Seger, who teaches at our ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/05/what-do-laws-have-to-do-with-love.html

What St. Catherine Could Teach the LCRW LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - May 20, 2014 ... preached this. The style seems to fit. He preached about the life of St. Catherine of Siena, telling the faithful about how, after much prayer and discernment, she served as a Papal counselor who vehemently urged the Pope (at the time) to leave Avignon and return to Rome. Eventually, he heeded her counselor and returned to where he was supposed to be. So far, so good. The homilist then took a particularly bad turn when he brought up the issue of the fracas that is the Leadership Council of ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2014/05/what-st-catherine-could-teach-lcrw.html