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Diary of a Catholic: Praying the Rosary CATHOLICISM FOR EVERYONE - November 26, 2016 ... ago I think around July 2015 was to say the Rosary every single day no matter what. And a lot of people will question something like this because they will say well what if life gets busy what if things happen what if things come up. But I can guarantee you that you will always have 20 to 30 minutes per day to say the rosary if ever you need to. And in fact I have never had a day where I was not able to say the rosary I think very close to the beginning I missed one maybe two ...http://holymotherchurch.blogspot.com/2016/11/diary-of-catholic-praying-rosary.html

Arranging the End of the Liturgical Year in the Extraordinary Form NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - October 20, 2016 ... Third, Fourth and Fifth. According to the traditional calculation, November has five weeks when the 5th of the month falls on a Sunday; otherwise, it has four. In those years when it has four (most of them) the second week is omitted. Ezechiel is read on the first week, and the second, if there is one; Daniel in the third, and the the Twelve Prophets in the fourth. The system is designed to maintain the tradition that at least a bit of each of the Prophets would always be read ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/dlI-wFfQCOU/arranging-end-of-liturgical-year-in.html

Mauritius Cardinal Confirms That for Francis, 'Last Shall Be First' Is the Rule CLERICAL WHISPERS - October 17, 2016 ... however, obviously has something else in mind for the veteran prelate, who was ordained a priest in 1970, became the coadjutor bishop of Port Louis in 1991, and took over in 1993. Francis famously is a pope with a passion for the peripheries, for lifting up often overlooked or ignored corners of the world, and certainly in Mauritius he's chosen to spotlight an endlessly fascinating if little-known cultural milieu. Because Indians were pressed into servitude by the European settlers of the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/10/mauritius-cardinal-confirms-that-for.html

Abuse Survivors Felt 'Belittled' During Meeting With Head of Catholic Church in Ireland CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 28, 2016 ... of children into a financial argument about compensation. They said that in previous discussions, the church had shown a lot of concern and compassion. Jon McCourt, of the group Survivors North West, told MLAs on Stormont's Executive Office committee that people were entitled to be compensated for abuse as they would after any other criminal act. "The church, I think, just literally just fobbed us off and in fact there was a point where both Margaret and I were going to get up and leave the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/abuse-survivors-felt-belittled-during.html

Fresh Crisis for German Catholic Church As Ordinations Sink to New Low CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 11, 2016 ... When compared to the official statistics of 20 years ago, average church attendance was down from 18.6 per cent in 1995 to 10.4 per cent in 2015, while the number of baptisms has declined by more than a third, from almost 260,000 in 1995 to just over 167,000 in 2015. The decline in marriages was even steeper, with 86,456 couples marrying in church 21 years ago, and almost half that number – 44,298 couples – tying the knot in church last year. Despite the figures, the head of the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/fresh-crisis-for-german-catholic-church.html