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Priests Battle the Pouring Dark of Loneliness THE BLACK BIRETTA - April 4, 2014 https://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/priests-battle-the-pouring-dark-of-loneliness/ As a diocesan priest working in parish ministry for over 25 years, I have experienced rectory life with other priests for the first half and alone for the second. Unlike priests of a religious community who live together, we diocesan priests live alone more quickly than ever. I was ordained 14 years before becoming a pastor. Today, most priests are ordained 3 to 5 years then are ...http://blackbiretta.blogspot.com/2014/04/priests-battle-pouring-dark-of.html

The Scandal That Is Eating the Heart Out of the Catholic Church in America SANCTE PATER - March 24, 2014 ... always to give grave scandal, and to participate knowingly in a sacrilegious act. Let that sink in. Always gravely sinful. In terms perhaps more familiar to the laity: To give Communion knowingly and deliberately to ANYONE delineated in Canon 915 is ALWAYS a mortal sin. Cardinal Donald Wuerl has been the most outspoken of those bishops who refuse to obey Canon 915, but all of them are on record, as he is, as endorsing the commission of MORTAL SINS by their priests and other ministers of ...http://www.sanctepater.com/2014/03/the-scandal-that-is-eating-heart-out-of.html

Truth About Communion in the Hand While Standing NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 17, 2014 ... sources. Fr. Heilman is a priest of the Diocese of Madison, WI. In my efforts to restore a sense of the sacred in the liturgy, I have often been accused of being "pre-Vatican II." I usually correct them by saying I am exactly Vatican II. The Second Vatican Council called for few changes in the liturgy, understanding that there had been a great many changes to the Roman liturgy over the centuries, to be sure, but they had been gradual and organic, and typically imperceptible. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/NlnYEGvPByo/truth-about-communion-in-hand-while.html

Quaeritur: Is It a Sin Not to Pay Church Tax in Germany? LAODICEA - February 26, 2014 The Catholic Church in Germany is special in many ways. Church Tax, automatically collected by the state for the Catholic Church and diverse religious communities, is one of them. Not always does the Catholic Church spend the revenues from Church Tax wisely. Worse than that, some of the money also goes to "Catholic" groups and activities that are in more or less direct opposition to the teachings of the Church. So what if ...http://exlaodicea.wordpress.com/2014/02/26/quaeritur-is-it-a-sin-not-to-pay-church-tax-in-germany/

Truthfulness 1 – Fr. Romano Guardini PAYING ATTENTION TO THE SKY - February 26, 2014 Fr. Romano Guardini in 1920 Romano Guardini (17 February 1885, Verona – 1 October 1968, Munich) was a Catholic priest, author, and academic. He was one of the most important figures in Catholic intellectual life in the 20th century. In 1923 he was appointed to a chair in Philosophy of Religion at the University of Berlin. In the 1935 essay "Der Heiland" (The Saviour) he criticized Nazi mythologizing of the person of Jesus and ...http://payingattentiontothesky.com/2014/02/27/truthfulness-1-fr-romano-guardini/

The Growing Realization of the Irreparable Failure of the Liturgical Reform NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 21, 2014 ... the Beyond the Prosaic conference at Oxford in 1996 and to the book that followed it. Like Father Kocik, although several years earlier, I came to see the futility of trying to repair something that, at bottom, is structurally unsound. Nowhere is the old adage, "Haste makes waste", truer than when applied to the precipitous reform of liturgical rites and the books that contain them. In most places the liturgical landscape has become a dreary wasteland. The liturgical rites and books prepared ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/YOEINOWSK2w/the-growing-realization-of-irreparable.html

Justice and a Priest's Right of Defense in the Diocese of Manchester A RAM IN THE THICKET - February 20, 2014 ... imprisoned priest just after the Bishop of Manchester at the time, now retired Bishop John McCormack, insisted to Vatican officials and others that he and the Diocese of Manchester fully support Father MacRae's right of defense. Earlier, Bishop McCormack offered Father MacRae $40,000 toward an appellate defense, but with conditions: he wanted the diocese to choose MacRae's lawyers, wanted the priest to sever all contact with Dorothy Rabinowitz ...http://araminthethicket.blogspot.com/2013/10/justice-and-priests-right-of-defense-in.html

The Trial of Father MacRae: A Conspiracy of Fraud THESE STONE WALLS - February 19, 2014 For Catholic priests, merely being accused is now evidence of guilt. A closer look at the prosecution of Fr Gordon MacRae opens a window onto a grave injustice. Editor's Note: This is Part 1 of a two-part guest post by Ryan A. MacDonald. "Those aware of the facts of this case find it hard to imagine that any court today would ignore the perversion of justice it represents." (Dorothy Rabinowitz, The Wall Street Journal, May 11, 2013) The above quote says it ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/68JncjR2hjg/

The Trial of Father MacRae: A Conspiracy of Fraud MARY, OUR MOTHER - February 19, 2014 The Trial of Father MacRae: A Conspiracy of Fraud For Catholic priests, merely being accused is now evidence of guilt. A closer look at the prosecution of Fr Gordon MacRae opens a window onto a grave injustice. Editor's Note: This is Part 1 of a two-part guest post by Ryan A. MacDonald. "Those aware of the facts of this case find it hard to imagine that any court today would ignore the perversion of justice it represents." (Dorothy Rabinowitz, The Wall ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/YVVY/~3/NFVv77AcWdw/the-trial-of-father-macrae-conspiracy.html

Retiring Bishops, Priests and All Those Empty Rectory Rooms... TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - February 17, 2014 ... of poverty, but rectory living in most parishes is hardly poverty. The key word is freedom - freedom to participate or not. However, I think rectory living could be encouraged by the USCCB in their guidelines. What is the cost of putting Archbishop Myers in a rectory room within the diocese, or even in another diocese that is willing to take him in? He wouldn't get a jacuzzi, but he would have a bath tub like the rest of us. I do know that some retired priests are living in ...http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2014/02/retiring-bishops-priests-and-all-those.html

Let's Catch Up, Shall We? WITH A HOPEFUL HEART - February 4, 2014 ... a couple days. Reed had a work related conference to attend, so we tagged along and did fun stuff while he worked. It's kind of a win-win. Fun for us all day, some fun as a family in the evenings and no time apart. It's perfect! Well, when our parish priest found out we were heading to Rochester he mentioned this Catholic coffee shop. He was appauld I hadn't heard of it. So was I! Catholic and Coffee, two of my favorite things together? Oh, ...http://withahopefulheart.blogspot.com/2014/02/lets-catch-up-shall-we.html

Bearing the Weight of Christian Life: The Liturgical's Calendar Interruptions COMMUNIO - January 19, 2014 Yesterday afternoon I was listening to a Catholic theologian giving what I thought was a fine presentation on a theology of work. He, like many Catholics, made an error that I am particularly sensitive to when it comes to Catholic Liturgy. The professor spoke of Ordinary Time in the clichéd way we often think of this period and thus distorts what we live liturgically. Ordinary Time is not distinguished by common, normal or nothing special. The ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/01/bearing-the-weight-of-christian-life-the-liturgicals-calendar-interruptions/

Faces of Our Faith: Dan Smith, Liaison for Catholic Education ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO BLOG - January 13, 2014 This week we feature Dan Smith, Liaison for Catholic Education. In addition to his role in the Archdiocese of Toronto, Dan has worked with the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops in producing music and recordings for the Born in the Spirit religious education programs. He has recorded two albums of his own liturgical material and recently recorded a CD of 18 traditional Advent and Christmas songs. Dan Smith 1) Tell us about your role as the Liaison ...http://archdioceseoftoronto.blogspot.com/2014/01/faces-of-our-faith-dan-smith-liaison.html

These Stone Walls at Year's End: The Hits and Misses of 2013 THESE STONE WALLS - January 1, 2014 ... last few minutes each week, the panel is asked to weigh in on "The Hits and Misses of the Week." My own Hits and Misses present a view from behind these walls, and are not in order of importance or chronology. I invite you to submit your own Hits and Misses of 2013 in comments on this post. MISS: AT THE MERCY OF SNAIL MAIL This post was supposed to appear a week ago, but it ran afoul of the same "Miss" that began 2013 behind these stone walls: Snail Mail. I wrote of it in " When the Caged Bird ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/WTKWZoqaVCg/