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The Twilight Binge #004: The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine THE B-MOVIE CATECHISM - January 30, 2016 http://b-moviecat.blogspot.com/2016/01/the-twilight-binge-004-sixteen.html

Homily: The Look of Love BUKAS PALAD - January 30, 2016 ... 15ab, 17 (cf 15ab) / 1 Corinthians 12. 31-13.13 / Luke 4.21-30 I remember the morning of my father's funeral well. Mom had woken up very early; dawn was an hour away. She stood beside the coffin and spoke to Dad for the longest time. She spoke quietly, but I was keeping vigil close enough to hear. She reminisced about their courtship as young teachers, about the four children they raised and the son they lost, about our annual spring-cleaning for Christmas, about their ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2016/01/homily-look-of-love.html

A Time to Live, a Time to Tie Dye FROM THE FIELD OF BLUE CHILDREN - January 26, 2016 I went to a really good funeral today. And by good I mean good, really truly good in many senses of the word. The liturgy was properly executed and the church was full; there were moments of open grief, but they were balanced by authentic laughter. There was appropriate music, and very fine singing, and the altar servers were reverent. The attendees seemed comfortable - not as if they wouldn't be visiting a church again unless it were their own funeral - ...http://cathyadamkiewicz.blogspot.com/2016/01/a-time-to-live-time-to-tie-dye.html

Our First Permanent Deacons HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - December 9, 2015 ... long last! – in the life of the Archdiocese of Vancouver: the Ordination of these sixteen men now elected to the Sacred Order of Deacons. Not only is this the first group of men who will serve our local Church as permanent deacons, it is the largest Ordination ever held in our beautiful Cathedral. Truly it is a moment of special grace and joy for each one of you, brothers, and for your families, but for all of us as well. We cannot but repeat the words which marked the dawn of our ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2015/12/our-first-permanent-deacons.html

Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time: Preparing for the End VOX NOVA - November 15, 2015 ... year. Singing it today, particularly the verse about "the bread of new birth", led me to the conclusion of my homily. In today's gospel we read the conclusion of Jesus' apocalyptic discourse in Marks' gospel. As we come to the end of the liturgical year–next Sunday is the Feast of Christ the King, and in two weeks Advent begins–the Church turns our attention to the end times. Or more precisely, to the end of this world, and the advent of the world to come. These ...http://vox-nova.com/2015/11/15/thirty-third-sunday-in-ordinary-time-preparing-for-the-end/

Funeral Homily: "This Is the Lord for Whom We Looked; Let Us Rejoice and Be Glad That He Has Saved Us!" BIG C CATHOLICS - November 13, 2015 The Lamentation of Christ, (detail) Giotto di Bondone, Scrovegni Chapel, c. 1305. As we continue to pray for the faithful departed this month, I present to you another funeral homily (reprinted with permission) by Father Daren Zehnle, delivered February 23, 2008. Fr. Daren J. Zehnle, K.H.S. Pontifical Gregorian University Diocese of Springfield The readings for the funeral were Isaiah 25:http://www.bigccatholics.com/2015/11/funeral-homily-this-is-lord-for-whom-we.html

" ...into the Hand of God." a Funeral Homily BIG C CATHOLICS - November 2, 2015 The Dormition of the Virgin (detail), Giotto, c. 1310. November is when we pray especially for the faithful departed. This funeral homily by Father Daren J. Zehnle (posted with permission) was delivered in September, 2008. Fr. Zehnle recounts the departed's life in Christ; reminding us that our earthly existence is merely a prelude to our ultimate calling — seeing God face to face in thehttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2015/11/into-hand-of-god-funeral-homily.html

Passing It On--Our Catholic Heritage THE WANDERING FRIAR - October 24, 2015 ... Fr. Tom, a former military chaplain, recently lost is older brother. Tom was not able to travel to the funeral due to illness, but was able to celebrate a memorial Mass here at the friary for his brother. Tom began his homily by referring to his parent's passage from Ireland to the US in the early twentieth century. He told us that they prayed, while on the way over, that their family would not lose the faith in the "hustle and bustle of America." It would ...http://frjohnsblog.blogspot.com/2015/10/passing-it-on-our-catholic-heritage.html

Feast Day of St. John Paul II ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - October 22, 2015 "Open wide the doors to Christ," urged John Paul II during the homily at the Mass when he was installed as pope in 1978. Via Franciscan Media: Born in Wadowice, Poland, Karol Jozef Wojtyla had lost his mother, father and older brother before his 21st birthday. Karol's promising academic career at Krakow's Jagiellonian University was cut short by the outbreak of World War II. While working in a quarry and a chemical factory, he enrolled in an "underground" seminary ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2015/10/feast-day-of-st-john-paul-ii.html