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Some Seed Fell on Rich Soil YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - January 28, 2015 Memorial of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Doctor of the Church Every priest stands daily at his ministry, offering frequently those same sacrifices that can never take away sins. But this one offered one sacrifice for sins, and took his seat forever at the right hand of God; now he waits until his enemies are made his footstool. Hebrews 10:11-13 Some seed fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked it and it produced no grain. And some seed fell on rich soil ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/01/some-seed-fell-on-rich-soil.html

St Gregory and the Angles THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - January 22, 2015 The Catholic primary school in my parish is called St Gregory's. In the reception area there is the above fine picture of their patron saint (also one of the principal patrons of the parish.) Here is a close-up of the scroll which the saintly Pope is holding. The scroll reads: Angelicum habent faciem et tales angelorum in caelis decet esse consortes They have an angelic face and it is fitting for such to be co-heirs of the angels in heaven. The text is a quotation from ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2015/01/st-gregory-and-angles.html

Earliest Known Piece of Polyphonic Music Discovered NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 22, 2015 ... Giovanni Varelli, a PhD student from St John's College, University of Cambridge, while he was working on an internship at the British Library. He discovered the manuscript by chance, and was struck by the unusual form of the notation. Varelli specialises in early musical notation, and realised that it consisted of two vocal parts, each complementing the other. Polyphony defined most European music up until the 20th century, but it is not clear exactly when it emerged. Treatises which lay out ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/0a44j-jiaYk/earliest-known-piece-of-polyphonic.html

Episcopal Ordination for Diocese of the West Fast Approaching BYZANTINE, TEXAS - January 19, 2015 ... at Saint Nicholas Church, Saratoga, CA, at that time under the pastorate of Mitered Archpriest George Benigsen, who welcomed him and encouraged him to explore Orthodox Christianity further. In the early 1970s, he began reading the Church Fathers and tried to integrate what he was learning of Orthodoxy into his regular courses of study. He received a BA in Humanities, with specialization in history, philosophy and English literature, from Saint ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2015/01/episcopal-ordination-for-diocese-of.html

More than six million attend largest papal Mass in history by Staff ... IN GOD'S COMPANY 2 - January 18, 2015 More than six million attend largest papal Mass in history by Staff Reporter posted Sunday, 18 Jan 2015 Pope Francis arrives to celebrate Mass at Rizal Park in Manila (AP) Pope Francis celebrates feast of the Santo Niño in Rizal Park, Manila More than six million people have attended what is thought to be the largest papal Mass in history in Manila. Vatican spokesman Fr Federico Lombardi said Filipino authorities estimated that between six and ...http://ingodscompany2.blogspot.com/2015/01/more-than-six-million-attend-largest.html

The Idea of an ANTI-POPE...contd. GLORIA OLIVAE - January 17, 2015 ... But not all anti-popes had a happy ending. It is not possible to have two popes. If one is a true Pope the other is an anti-pope, though both can still be saints. Both can benefit the Catholic Church; St. Pontian greatly benefited the early church as the true Pope; but St. Hypolitus, likewise, benefited the same Church with his theological writings. The more popular one is precisely a description of the end times where he raised the possibility of a future anti-pope. 2. The obligation of ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2015_01_01_archive.html#1146244514677554843

Saint Joseph Vaz, a New Oratorian Saint COMMUNIO - January 16, 2015 Today's the feast of Saint Joseph Vaz, the most recent canonized saint of the Church. It is also the first time we get to remember him liturgically. Saint Joseph is one of four saints of the Congregation of the Oratory. Here is Pope Francis' homily earlier in the week (14 January 2015) when he canonized Vaz in Colombo, Sri Lanka. "All the ends of the earth will see the salvation of our God" (Is 52:10) This is the magnificent prophecy which ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/01/saint-joseph-vaz-a-new-oratorian-saint/

Following Jesus in Baptism HEART FOR GOD - January 14, 2015 ... the Church, the Body of Christ.... [CCC 1279]. Jesus didn't need any of those things! So, again, why was he baptized? The baptism of Jesus is part of his mission, and his mission is clearly stated in the Scriptures: The angel had told Joseph: he will save his people from their sins (Mtt 1:21). How does Jesus save us? The Scriptures give more answers than I can put in one homily. One medium of salvation is preaching. Isaiah gives God's promise that my word shall not return to me void, but shall ...http://heartforgodltd.blogspot.com/2015/01/following-jesus-in-baptism.html

Francis Canonises Joseph Vaz, Sri Lanka's First Saint VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - January 14, 2015 ... eventually came to the attention of the Dutch authorities, who imprisoned him. He was released in 1869 and obtained permission to preach the Gospel throughout the Buddhist Kingdom of Kandy. He also continued to do so secretly in the area under Dutch occupation until his death in 1711. Blessed Vaz, said the Holy Father in his homily, "like countless other missionaries in the history of the Church … responded to the Risen Lord's command to make disciples of every nation. ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/01/francis-canonises-joseph-vaz-sri-lankas.html

What Are the Spiritual Exercises? GOD IN ALL THINGS - January 12, 2015 ... spirituality—that would be Saint Ignatius' life. But, Ignatius' life is what inspired the Spiritual Exercises, one of the greatest gifts of to the church. The Exercises is a handbook written by Ignatius for spiritual directors to guide retreatants through a month-long silent retreat. It comes from his own prayer, discernment, and life experiences. The purpose of the retreat is to transform a person through a deeply intimate encounter with God , primarily though the ...http://godinallthings.com/2015/01/12/what-are-the-spiritual-exercises/

The Witness of Heroism CRISIS MAGAZINE - January 5, 2015 ... sophisticated person set like metal, was overtaken by an absolutely primitive rigor, and could no more be budged than a cliff." Here is a profile in courage so admirable, so wonderfully arresting, that it is easy to see how even non-papists (like the formidable Samuel Johnson) were moved by the example of his life. This is because the witness of heroism is always instructive. And sometimes, perhaps, even contagious. Hence Dr. Johnson's robust judgment: "He was the person of the greatest virtue ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Qvf6s91UYc8/witness-heroism

Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - January 4, 2015 ... shall not have strange gods before Me." [Ex. 20:2] When we have one God, we are loyal to Him. But if we have two masters, we cannot serve both. We will "be devoted to one and despise the other." [Mt. 6:24] "For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit set their minds on the things of the Spirit." [Rom. 8:5] As we enter the new year, this provides us with a great opportunity to review our status before God. Are ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2015/01/homily-for-today.html

Mary, True Seat of Wisdom and True Mother of the King, Presents the Redeemer of All Peoples INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - January 3, 2015 ... focused on three key events, related to one another by virtue of being revelatory in nature: the visitation of the Magi, the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan, and the turning of water into wine at the wedding feast of Cana. Each manifests the astounding, transforming truth of the Incarnation. Each, in turn, opens up further the mystery of God and calls us to worship and adore the Messiah. Consider that Mary and Joseph did not have to receive the magi. We also recognize that Mary did not have to ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/01/mary-true-seat-of-wisdom-and-true-mother-of-the-king-presents-the-redeemer-of-all-peoples.html

Saints, Synods and Steubenville: A Year in Review ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO BLOG - December 31, 2014 ... January of 2014, Canadians were googling the phrase "polar vortex." In the Archdiocese of Toronto, we were doing our own googling, learning more about the "Commission of Cardinals for oversight of the Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR)." On January 15, the Vatican announced that Pope Francis appointed Cardinal Collins to serve on this five-person commission to oversee the Vatican Bank. The purpose of the IOR is to "serve the global mission of the Catholic Church by way of protecting and ...http://archdioceseoftoronto.blogspot.com/2014/12/saints-synods-and-steubenville-year-in.html

Saint Thomas Becket COMMUNIO - December 29, 2014 Saint Thomas, son of an English nobleman, Gilbert Becket, was born on the day consecrated to the memory of Saint Thomas the Apostle, December 21, 1117, in Southwark, England. He was endowed by both nature and grace with gifts recommending him to his fellow men; and his father, certain he would one day be a great servant of Christ, confided his education to a monastery. His first employment was in the government of the London police. There ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/12/saint-thomas-becket-3/

The Holy Family MOUNT CARMEL - December 28, 2014 ... unique and with our own sense of identity and history. Every family , the unit of human relations and origins, derives its source from God. We are born into a family and whether we like it or not, we are tied to this family for life until death. Saint John Paul II called the family the "sanctuary of life." It is in the family that life starts in all its aspects. It is a miniature form of society where you have hierarchical roles to establish order. There is no ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MountCarmel/~3/NBgnxgfZ1EM/holy-family.html

Saint of the Day: Stephen the Martyr DA MIHI ANIMAS - December 26, 2014 ... also notes that Stephen was a gifted orator and that his logic was sound. The conversions of many people are attributed to him. However, his outspokenness provoked the ire of some of his listeners and he was accused of blaspheming against Moses and against God. He was brought before the high priest and many false witnesses testified against him. In his defense, he gave an eloquent analysis of Salvation History and the love and mercy of God. He also recounted Israel's repeated ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/12/saint-of-day-stephen-martyr.html

Mystery and History Collide on Christmas CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 26, 2014 ... a human maturity; it sprang from a call which each person received from God through Christ. With this call the person opened his eyes, he was awakened for the first time in his life." And who knows?—maybe the whole post-modern malaise is that we no longer wish to open our eyes, preferring self-inflicted blindness to belief in Christ. In any final reckoning of motive, it seems to me, such impacted hostility amounts to a failure of magnanimity, a virtue whose exercise dear ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/tc7tynFWe-E/coming-christ-collision-mystery-history

Pope Francis: Christ's Birth More Powerful Than History of Sin G-MANS JOURNEY - December 25, 2014 ... history marked by "violence, wars, hatred and oppression," Pope Francis said. "Through the course of history, the light that shatters the darkness reveals to us that God is Father and that his patient fidelity is stronger than darkness and corruption," he emphasized. "This is the message of Christmas night." This theme of Christ's light defeating the darkness of sin on Christmas, rooted in God's patience, closeness, and tenderness towards his creatures, was at ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/12/pope-francis-christs-birth-more.html

On the Eighth Commandment THE LEWIS CRUSADE - December 18, 2014 ... to indicate that he, unlike the many who left Jesus' presence in anger, and the rest of us when we leave angry from hearing God's message, was acknowledging that Jesus was right. When we condemn ourselves to Hell, we do so in defiant anger that we disagree with how God wants things to be. "I'm just being honest," we protest, like a child justifying saying something cruel to another child. "I'm just telling the truth." No, there are times when it is not necessary to divulge a truth, or when ...http://lewiscrusade.wordpress.com/2014/12/18/on-the-eighth-commandment/

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