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Celebrate Corpus Christi With Art, Music, and a Poet-Tea TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - June 18, 2017 ... things super simple, including the symbolic drinks and foods that were minimal, meaningful, yet tasty : grape juice (representing wine which transforms into the Blood of Christ. Any red or purple juice, or even real wine, could, of course, also work) gluten-free Glutino crackers ( representing the bread which transforms into the Body of Christ . Any round cracker, wafer candy , bread loaf, or even unconsecrated communion wafers - sometimes used by parents whose children need ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2017/06/celebrate-corpus-christi-Poet-Tea.html

The Marian Character of Ad Orientem Worship: Guest Article by Zachary Thomas (Part 5) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 15, 2017 ... Annunciation, 1333 What does it mean to talk about the Marian character of the priesthood and of the Church? The Fathers have always identified Mary as a type of the Church, because her "fiat" sums up the Christian people's fundamental disposition toward generously receiving the revelation offered in Christ. If there had been no Mary, there would be no Christ, and no Church. But Mary's role is not just antecedent and preparatory, a necessary hurdle before the "work" of redemption goes on. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/-ARn3kL0qLY/the-marian-character-of-ad-orientem_15.html

A Note to the Celebrant of My Funeral Mass. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - June 4, 2017 ... its timelessness and consistency. Priests are not free to change, augment, add or remove what are the essentials. Generally, and for the most part, priests "read the black and do the red", as liturgists are wont to say. However, there are still many celebrants who are keen to take liberties at making the Mass, especially at Weddings and Funerals, something other than what it should be. Being a concelebrant at such liturgies is often a test of real Christian charity, especially ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2017/06/a-note-to-celebrant-of-my-funeral-mass.html

The Liturgy As Educator CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 15, 2017 "I have understood more than all my teachers: because thy testimonies are my meditation." —Ps. 118:99 Mine is a familiar story. Having grown up Catholic in the 1980s, I was well into my twenties when I first encountered the concepts—not to mention the terms—transubstantiation, real presence, or holy sacrifice. Having fallen away from any semblance of belief in or practice of the faith, I became curious as to the meaning of what I had so casually rejected. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/SJETVn61Y8Y/the-liturgy-as-educator