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The Mystery of the Holy Trinity MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - June 11, 2017 ... our understanding of all his works. So it is, analogously, among human persons. A person discloses himself in his actions, and the better we know a person, the better we understand his actions. 237 The Trinity is a mystery of faith in the strict sense, one of the "mysteries that are hidden in God, which can never be known unless they are revealed by God".58 To be sure, God has left traces of his Trinitarian being in his work of creation and in his Revelation throughout the Old ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-mystery-of-holy-trinity.html

Most Holy Trinity—Cycle A IS MY PHYLACTERY SHOWING? - June 11, 2017 ... to originate during the 15th century. St. Augustine is walking along a beach on the Mediterranean Sea, and he's trying to wrap his head around the the Holy Trinity—the headiest of all Christian mysteries, no pun intended. He comes upon a little boy, who is scooping up water from the sea with a shell, and then carrying it over to a hole he has dug in the sand and dumping it in. Augustine asks him, "what are you doing? The boy answers, "I'm going to pour the whole sea into this hole." ...http://theocoid.blogspot.com/2017/06/most-holy-trinitycycle-a.html

On "Collection Thursday" – Or "Fauxcension Sunday" – The Song Remains the Same WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - May 25, 2017 ... have changed since then, above all the makeup of the bench. Indeed, it's hard to think of more than five still-active prelates (of some 250) who would've cast a vote on this question, and all but one of them are now in very different provinces than they were at the time. More to the point, the last two decades have brought something of a tidal shift across the board, even as its wake has pulled in two very different directions: in the Northeast, where 1994's ample numbers of priests and people ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2017/05/on-collection-thursday-or-fauxcension.html

"What Makes Bach So Successful Among the Japanese?" MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - May 23, 2017 ... have faith. Bach has worked as a missionary among all of us." During a recent journey to Japan I discovered that 250 years after his death Bach is now playing a key role in evangelizing that country, one of the most secularized nations in the developed world.... ... "In their frenetic pursuit of production, speculation, and consumption," Repp said, "the older Japanese have provided their offspring exclusively with materialistic values. But the youngsters are yearning for ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2017/05/what-makes-bach-so-successful-among.html

The Rapture & The Second Coming MESSIANIC MYSTERIES OF THE BIBLE - May 17, 2017 ... are examples of Scriptural evidence supporting a pre-Tribulation rapture. Moreover, some who espouse a pre-Tribulation rapture believe that Christ's return to establish His Millennial Kingdom will occur on a known day. Their belief is based on the "timeline" which I've outlined above. Because Christ's coming to rapture the saints will occur on an unknown day, they conclude that the rapture and the Second Coming couldn't be the same event. While the argument supporting a pre-Tribulation rapture ...http://messianicmystery.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-rapture-second-coming.html

Homily for Today G-MANS JOURNEY - May 14, 2017 ... word individually and then combined together. The first word "royal" is associated with the highest rank that is found in society. If you were a prince or a princess, you would be considered of royal blood. But if you were the king or the queen, you would enjoy the highest title in society, being equal to the president or the prime minister of a nation. Therefore, to have the word "royal" associated with your name, it would mean that somehow, ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2017/05/homily-for-today.html

Good Shepherd Sunday Year a 2017 HOMILIES OF A JESUIT - May 12, 2017 ... this pastoral image hardly appeals to a Millennial. Furthermore, it is near impossible to sell the idea of self-sacrifice to an "entitled" Millennial. Indeed, the shortage has rendered the priestly ministry so much more demanding. The social netting that allows for a community to function religiously has disappeared. Take for example, a predominantly Catholic village where children are educated either by the Brothers or the Sisters. A loss of the schools' Catholic identity corresponds to a ...http://homiliesofajesuit.blogspot.com/2017/05/good-shepherd-sunday-year-2017.html

Year a Third Sunday of Easter Καθολικός διάκονος - April 29, 2017 ... Risen Lord. In each Eucharistic celebration, Christ is really present in the gathering of the baptized, in the person of the priest, in the proclamation of the Scriptures (perhaps even in the homily), and in the breaking of the bread and the pouring of the wine. Like Cleopas and his companion, discouragement is not necessarily a barrier to encountering Christ. Life can be and sometimes is disappointing, even for Christ's disciples. It is pretty clear that the two disciples were expressing ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/04/year-third-sunday-of-easter.html

The Problem of "Spiritual Illiteracy" NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 24, 2017 ... what might be called "spiritual illiteracy." Once the language of symbols is abolished, the people cannot read the symbols any more, and are therefore cut off in principle from access to the riches of the Church. It's not like someone who knows how to read but is lazy or distracted or too busy to do so. It's much more like someone who is incapable of reading, and therefore has no idea what he is missing, or what he could be gaining. Is this too pessimistic a comparison? I do not think so. The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ZQRQkfEzQF8/the-problem-of-spiritual-illiteracy.html

Divine Mercy Sunday 2017 A BOOK OF EVERYTHING - April 23, 2017 ... hearing the Word of God and most importantly, by partaking of the Eucharist, we will have the strength to "go out" and preach the good news to the world – in a manner of saving love and mercy. Jesus breathed on them and said, " Receive the Holy Spirit ." We recall in the Book of Genesis, "God breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, - and the man became a living being." Now the Son of God breathes the spiritual life into his disciples, who are the Church. This ...http://abookofeverything.blogspot.com/2017/04/divine-mercy-sunday-2017.html

Art Meditation on Mary Magdalene TAKE THE POOR WITH YOU: A JOURNEY IN RADICAL STEWARDSHIP - April 8, 2017 ... her comfort and consolation. This deepening of faith in Mary Magdalene certainly would have been preparatory for the time between Christ's Ascension and the Descent of the Holy Spirit. It is as though by saying "For I have not yet ascended to the Father" Christ is also revealing to Mary that His salvation of mankind is not yet finished; He still must ascend to Heaven and send His Spirit. With the sending of the Holy Spirit, there is a more complete restoration of the union, ...http://takethepoorwithyou.blogspot.com/2017/04/art-meditation-on-mary-magdalene.html

Laetare Sunday- 4th Sunday of Lent NEW HORIZONS - March 25, 2017 The Collect for the 4th Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday) is as follows: O God, who through Your Word reconcile the human race to Yourself in a wonderful way, grant, we pray, that with prompt devotion and eager faith the Christian people may hasten toward the solemn celebrations to come.  In making this prayer tangible for during the week, the following reflections questions emerged: 1. What value do I place in my life of Christ's death and resurrection? ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/L2OLSmXDv_I/laetare-sunday-4th-sunday-of-lent.html

The Samaritan Woman in the Liturgy of Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 24, 2017 In the lectionaries of the various Latin rites, one of the most prominent Gospels of the Lenten season is that of the Samaritan woman who spoke to Christ at the well of Jacob (St John 4, 5-42). Although the Roman, Ambrosian and Byzantine Rites each read this Gospel on a different day, it appears in all three as a lesson of particular importance for the preparation of those who will be baptized at Easter or Pentecost. In the Roman Rite, it is read on the Friday of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/m6gq4W5mBP8/the-samaritan-woman-in-liturgy-of-lent.html