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"Mere Marriage" CRISIS MAGAZINE - July 3, 2015 ... "nothing less than," "absolute," "sure," "unqualified," as opposed to today's weakened sense of "only this," "nothing more than," or "such and no more." Our contemporary meaning of the word mere corresponds to the Latin vix, "barely," "hardly," "scarcely," while the classical, Baxterian usage corresponds to the Latin vere, "truly," "really," "indeed." As he spoke out for what he called "Mere Christianity," which was at some points beautifully ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/NUiUg_o_COc/mere-marriage

July: Month of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus ARE WE THERE YET? - July 1, 2015 ... deified in His person. I am overcome with emotion when I think of Your passing from the Blessed Virgin's heart into the heart of the Word, and, being vivified by the breath of the Divinity, becoming adorable because You became the Blood of God." -- St. Albert the Great ---------- St. Catherine of Siena : "Take caution to see priests only as the dispensers of the Blood of the humble, Immaculate Lamb and overlook the faults you may see in them. A priest is a man and therefore ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2015/07/july-month-of-most-precious-blood-of.html

The Real Earthquake LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - June 18, 2015 For all of the talk about Laudatio Si, Pope Francis' new 80,000-word encyclical on the environment, the bigger earthshaker, as far as I am concerned, came from just across the Piazza San Pietro, at the Congregation for Divine Worship. The relative new Prefect, Robert Cardinal Sarah, sent major tremors of his own during an intervnew with an online French publication. In his frank article, published in L'Osservatorio Romano, Cardinal Sarah makes some rather epic statements ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2015/06/the-real-earthquake.html

Father, Please Bless Me. And in Doing So, Help Me to Flower. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - May 17, 2015 ... one's skills, one's degrees, and one's job title. But receiving a blessing is only half the story. Most people stop there. Herein lies the 'challenging' part of bestowing a blessing. Blessings are meant to be carried on, much like the idea of 'paying it forward', and most people are blithely unaware of this. The very reason Israel was chosen by God was so that they could in turn be the prototype of chosenness, allowing other nations to also experience God's salvation through them. But they ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2015/05/father-please-bless-me-and-in-doing-so.html

The Image of Man Has Been Raised Up: On the Feast of the Ascension of the Lord INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - May 14, 2015 ... spoke to them, was taken up into heaven and took his seat at the right hand of God" (Mk. 16:19). This dramatic moment has been celebrated in the Church on the fortieth day after Easter since the earliest centuries. Some of the Church Fathers, including Augustine, said that the feast had been observed since the time of the apostles, although the earliest evidence of its celebration dates to the fifth century. In the Latin Rite in the United States the Feast of the Ascension is ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/05/the-image-of-man-has-been-raised-up-on-the-feast-of-the-ascension-of-the-lord.html

Another Instance of Post-Resurrection Docetism in the Breviary VIVIFICAT! - May 13, 2015 ... appellation did occur some Gnostic texts and is more common among today's Gnostics of the New Age and Ascended Masters belief spectra. It brings to mind an old memory of an argument I had with an otherwise kind and venerable priest-professor during my first - and so far, only - graduate class on Christology. He did, in fact, defended or at least held to a confused, vague, spiritualizing view of Christ's risen body. I wonder if during the heyday of liberal Christology from the 70's through the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cybercatholics/jrWV/~3/xi9lDoVUcy4/another-instance-of-post-resurrection.html

Pause for Prayer: SATURDAY 5/9 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - May 8, 2015 ... take the time to listen and to pray... Composed in 1964, Biebl intersperses chant verses with the familiar text of the Ave. Scroll down for the lyrics in Latin and English. Angelus Domini, nuntiavit Mariae , et concepit de Spiritu Sancto . The angel of the Lord declared unto Mary and she conceived of the Holy Spirit. Ave Maria, gratia plena , Dominus tecum ; benedicta tu in mulieribus et benedictus fructus ventris tui Jesus. Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you; ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/05/pause-for-prayer-saturday-59.html

First Communion Mass Καθολικός διάκονος - May 2, 2015 My homily for First Holy Communion Mass today is my first time preaching at my new parish. This is a significant event for me. I hope and pray that receiving our Lord for the first time is a significant event for those who received it today. As with everything in ministry, it was both my privilege and pleasure to preach, one I thank my new pastor for extending to me. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Readings: Acts 2:42-47; ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/05/first-communion-mass.html

Lord, Teach Us to Pray MONASTERY OF THE HOLY CROSS - April 26, 2015 ... the end As the presiding priest, I offered this prayer in Latin, and my own translation was distributed to the congregation to allow everyone to follow along. The very lengthiness of this sort of liturgy is part of its effect. We have gotten used to shortening our liturgical celebrations 'for pastoral reasons', but as I practiced the Collect, I began to wonder if there isn't something eminently pastoral in exposing the faithful (myself included) to the style, rhythm and mode ...http://chicagomonk.org/about-us/the-priors-blog/lord-teach-us-to-pray/

The Alleluia Battle Anthem AIRMARIA.COM - April 4, 2015 ... in Jerusalem Latin and English Lyrics He bore the holy cross who shattered hell He was girded with power He rose on the third day. Alleluia! This Easter anthem is the work of the Knights Templar who were closely associated with the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. I call it an "anthem" because it truly has a military ring. The "Alleluia" refrain sounds like it could just as likely come from a column of mounted knights as from a choir of monks. Of course, the Templars were both. ...http://airmaria.com/2015/04/04/the-alleluia-battle-anthem/

The Easter Triduum: Entering Into the Paschal Mystery INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - April 2, 2015 ... proclamation by the Church of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and a celebration of the Mystery of the Word. Through this yearly cycle, the Catechism of the Catholic Church explains, "the various aspects of the one Paschal mystery unfold"(CCC 1171). The Easter Triduum holds a special place in the liturgical year because it marks the culmination of the yearly celebration in proclaiming the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Latin word ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/04/the-easter-triduum-entering-into-the-paschal-mystery.html

St. Joseph in the East NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 19, 2015 ... Joseph's title of universal patron is not explicitly linked to the current Roman liturgical commemoration of him, I have found that in the hearts of many the title is still linked with the day.) The mutual bemusement led me to consider the history of devotion to St. Joseph in the Christian East, which seems to have especially flowered in Egypt. This is probably due to the importance the Egyptian Church placed on the the Infant Christ's entrance into Egypt, and St. Joseph's integral role in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/wgMmv_79jxk/st-joseph-in-east.html

A Note About the Term Church Militant FR. Z'S BLOG - March 18, 2015 ... paper bag handy) because it looks like the English word "military" (which must be a bad thing to belong to). Militant comes from Latin milito, "to be a soldier, to perform military service". Note, "service". As a Catholic who is militans, " militant" , that means that we dedicate ourselves with obedience and zeal to the role we are given in life through our calling and through our talents and good inclinations, our vocations in life. It means that we are also ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/x1xca11QCFg/

A Note on Participation: What Can We Learn From the Word Actuosa? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 16, 2015 ... deeper perspective, we see that these are by no means contrary. I can be actively receptive to the Word of God; I can be fully actualizing my ability to be acted upon at Mass by the chants, prayers, and ceremonies, without my doing much of anything that would be styled "active" in contemporary English. I am glad to have been corrected and to have made this revision, because it seems to me that the semantic range of actuosus, as well as its context in the document, makes the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/IVZQ10-Mjjs/a-note-on-participation-what-can-we.html

NRO: Pope Francis Enters His Third Year of Scolding Introverts FR. Z'S BLOG - March 13, 2015 ... third year of his pontificate. You can sense the frustration in his commentary, along with his hope. There is a lot to chew over in this piece. Some people are going to hate this while others should avoid precipitous high fives. THINK as you read. Pope Francis Enters His Third Year of Scolding Introverts He preaches mercy for everyone except them , when the Church needs them more than ever. 'I want the Church to go out into the streets," Pope Francis told a cheering crowd ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/ixgTqwQkcow/