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Society Needs Priests 'Enamored' With the Gospel, Pope Francis Says CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 3, 2016 ... Jesus "soon discover within themselves an irrepressible desire to bring the Good News to their brothers and sisters" through proclamation and charitable service. As disciples, "we do not receive the gift of God's love for our personal consolation, nor are we called to promote ourselves, or a business concern," he said. "We are simply men and women touched and transformed by the joy of God's love, who cannot keep this experience just to ourselves." Commitment to the mission isn't some sort of ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/society-needs-priests-enamored-with.html
All Saints Day - November 1st. CLERICAL WHISPERS - October 31, 2016 ... interchange feasts, to transfer relics, to divide them, and to join in a common feast; as is shown by the invitation of St. Basil of Caesarea (397) to the bishops of the province of Pontus. Frequently groups of martyrs suffered on the same day, which naturally led to a joint commemoration. In the persecution of Diocletian the number of martyrs became so great that a separate day could not be assigned to each. But the Church, feeling that every martyr should be venerated, appointed a common day ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/all-saints-day-november-1st.html
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time. A WORLD Without FAITH. GLORIA OLIVAE - October 17, 2016 ... and neighbor. SECONDLY. The Liturgy shows how Christ led the apostles through the above steps, thus attaining everlasting life. This is the historical aspects of the teachings of Christ. The life of repentance, prior to having Faith, is taught during the season of Advent. The actual act of Faith is taught from Christmas up to Holy Week. And Charity is taught during Easter and the Sundays after Easter. THIRDLY. The historical aspect of Eschatology, meaning to ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_10_01_archive.html#7339067993237103443
Liturgical Notes on the Feasts of the Seven Sorrows NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 15, 2016 ... Virgin." The name of the feast (Assumption, Nativity etc.) is said where the stars are, but on the feast of the Seven Sorrows, "transfixione" is said in that place. (The Dominicans said "compassione.") The corresponding Office has a number of interesting features. The Seven Sorrows is the only feast of the Virgin which has special psalms at Vespers and Matins, those of the former being the same which are sung on Holy Thursday and Good Friday. The Stabat Mater is divided into three parts and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/XoYQsXE0Zwk/liturgical-notes-on-feasts-of-seven.html