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Kicking St Irenaeus Around NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 28, 2016 June 28 is traditionally the feast day of Pope St Leo II, who died on this day in 683, after a reign of less than 11 months. The Liber Pontificalis records that on the previous day he celebrated the ordination of nine priests, three deacons, and twenty-three bishops; it is not said that it was the ordination ceremony that killed him, but the heat of Rome in June and the inevitable length of such a ceremony make this seem likely more than coincidence. The principal ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/JteaVSSdGtg/kicking-st-irenaeus-around.html
Sunday Word, 19 Jun 16 TO FIND FRUIT - June 19, 2016 Embracing Twelfth Sunday of the Year B (19 Jun 2016) 2Sm 12. 7-10, 13; Ps 32; Gal 2. 16-19-21; Lk 7. 36-8. 3 Homily of Fr. Paul Panaretos, S.J. The final verse of our response to the reading from Zechariah invites us to renew our confidence in God; it may invite some of us to trust God in a new way. The verse sang: You are my help, and in the shadow of your wings I shout for joy. My soul ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2016/06/sunday-word-19-jun-16.html
Homily G-MANS JOURNEY - May 22, 2016 My brothers and sisters in Christ, in recognition of your presence here today to celebrate the Feast of Trinity Sunday, may the grace of God shine on you abundantly. First of all, in order for you to understand the First Reading from the Book of Proverbs, it is necessary to understand the origin of Trinity Sunday in the Catholic Liturgical Calendar. "Trinity Sunday, the first Sunday after Pentecost, was instituted to honour ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2016/05/homily_22.html
On the Inclusion of 1 Corinthians 11:27-29 in the Ordinary Form NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 22, 2016 ... may not be omitted, shortened, or, worse still, replaced by non-biblical readings" (GIL 12). It should be noted that this paragraph has nothing to say on whether or not readings may be lengthened. On the issue of 'difficult' texts, among which 1 Cor. 11:27-29 could be classified, the GIL says: In readings for Sundays and solemnities, texts that present real difficulties are avoided for pastoral reasons. The difficulties may be objective, in that the texts themselves raise complex literary, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/kO0otrUishI/on-inclusion-of-1-corinthians-1127-29.html
Divine Mercy Sunday HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - April 3, 2016 ... did? It lifts an enormous weight off your shoulders. At the beginning of every Mass we ask for mercy. Towards the end of every Mass Christ offers us peace. There's an important connection there that we should not miss. The second thing that stands out in today's Gospel is the forgiveness of sins. And it's no accident that our reading from Acts is about the Apostles healing people. The Risen Lord gave a mission to his Church, and he equipped it with power—demonstrated by physical miracles ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/04/divine-mercy-sunday.html
Pope Francis on Preparing for Confession DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 30, 2016 (CNS) As Catholics are encouraged to make going to confession a significant part of their lives during Lent, Pope Francis offered some quick tips to help people prepare for the sacrament of penance. After a brief explanation of why people should go to confession -- "because we are all sinners" -- the pope listed 30 key questions to reflect on as part of making an examination of conscience and being able to "confess well." The guide is part of a 28-page ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/03/pope-francis-on-preparing-for-confession.html