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Orthodoxy and Catholicism: A Comparison (Revised Version): Reply to My Introduction, by Fr. Deacon Daniel Dozier (+ My R BIBLICAL EVIDENCE FOR CATHOLICISM - August 18, 2014 ... Dave Armstrong, has done a great service in the cause of Christian unity by identifying several of these critical points as well as outlining some of the supporting evidence for positions taken by the Catholic Church. There are those who may assert that in this period of heightened ecumenical relations between Orthodoxy and Catholicism, replete with extraordinary examples of gestures and concrete progress towards unity, apologetics has no place on either side of the dialogue. Here I think it ...http://socrates58.blogspot.com/2014/08/orthodoxy-and-catholicism-comparison.html

"Mondays With Mary" – The Queen of Mercy TOM PERNA - August 18, 2014 With the memorial of the Queenship of Mary being celebrated by the Latin lung of the Catholic Church this Friday, I found it fitting to provide a blog post on Mary's role as Queen Mother. Like the Assumption of Mary , Her role as Queen Mother, Advocate, and Mediatrix are themes I have written about before on this blog in the weekly series, "Mondays with Mary" over the past two and a half years. This except on the Mary as the Queen of Mercy comes from the text, The Glories ...http://tomperna.org/2014/08/18/mondays-with-mary-the-queen-of-mercy/

Jesus Descended Into Hell. Why the Hell? REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - August 17, 2014 ... actor Robin Williams who was found asphyxiated in his home. Word has it that he had suffered from depression, and that he facing the fact that he had to live life with Parkinson's Disease. The world has since been mourning the loss of a comedic genius, and this has sparked off much thought and discussion about suicide. I believe that this is indeed a very important topic that needs periodic reflection and thought, especially in a blog that speaks of things that concern the ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2014/08/jesus-descended-into-hell-why-hell.html

An Ordinary's Not So Ordinary Life, Chapter Fourteen ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - August 17, 2014 ... focused on education to bring people to a greater understanding of what they were doing when they participated in any liturgical celebration, especially the Sunday Mass they were obligated to attend. At the same time that I joined the Liturgical Conference I joined the Liturgical Arts Society and began to think in terms of focusing my architectural practice after I graduated from the University of Houston on ecclesiastical architecture. When the Archabbot asked me to remodel the Archabbey ...http://abyssum.org/2014/08/17/an-ordinarys-not-so-ordinary-life-chapter-fourteen/

For the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - August 15, 2014 ... is a destiny of fulness, happiness, glorification of her immaculate soul, her virginal body, perfect configuration to her Risen Son (mariological aspect)199. 181. The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (15 August) is deeply imbedded in popular piety. In many places the feast is synonymous with the person of Our Lady, and is simply referred to as "Our Lady's Day" or as the "Immacolada" in Spain and Latin America. In the Germanic countries, the custom of blessing herbs is ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2007/08/for-solemnity-of-assumption.html

Bertha Huber and Assumption Day 2014 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - August 14, 2014 ... called, a few years ago, to visit and pray with a woman who was dying. Margaret was only a few weeks shy of her 103rd birthday! I saw her only hours before her death and yet she was as sharp as a tack, greeting me by name, thanking me for coming to see her, and joining wholeheartedly in the prayers I offered with her and for her. But there were moments during my visit when Margaret seemed distracted from our conversation, straining to see something above her that I couldn't see. And several ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2014/08/bertha-huber-and-assumption-day-2014.html

US Catholics Organize Prayers for Peace in Iraq DA MIHI ANIMAS - August 13, 2014 ... churches, homes, and businesses, and have threatened those who do not convert to Sunni Islam. Bishop Pates cited Pope Francis' call for peace, citing the Pope's declaration that "violence generates more violence" and dialogue is "the only path to peace." The bishop encouraged Catholics to tell their legislators about their concerns for Christians and other religious minorities suffering in Iraq, Syria, and elsewhere. The Archdiocese of Washington is encouraging Catholics to say a prayer ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/08/us-catholics-organize-prayers-for-peace.html

Transfiguration: "The Spring Goes Down to Suffer Thirst; And You Refuse to Suffer?" FR. Z'S BLOG - August 6, 2014 ... probably Mount Tabor in Galilee not far from Nazareth. What happened? If we see Christ's Baptism at the Jordan as the beginning point of His public life, and the Ascension as the end, then the Transfiguration its zenith. The accounts of the Transfiguration are found in Matthew 17:1-6, Mark 9:1-8, and Luke 9:28-36. Also, 2 Peter 1:16-18 and John 1:14 refer to it. Scripture tells us that a week or so after Jesus and the disciples were at Caesarea Philippi (where Christ gave Peter the "keys") ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/20Vv1pioSaI/

Praying the Office Online THE LEWIS CRUSADE - August 6, 2014 ... possible. This is distinguished from "private devotion." So, in a popular internecine debate among faithful Catholics, 1,000 people saying the Rosary are in "private prayer," while one person praying the Office under certain circumstances is engaging in "public prayer." Catholic clergy (bishops, priests, deacons), religious (nuns, monks, friars, sisters) and members of secular orders are under canonical obligation to say the Office but also have the grace of praying "publicly" even when we're ...http://lewiscrusade.wordpress.com/2014/08/06/9031/

JUST TOO COOL: Feast of the Transfiguration – Special Blessing of Grapes FR. Z'S BLOG - August 5, 2014 ... with holy water.) I was delighted by the reference to "dew of heaven… rore caeli ". You might recall the controversy over the reference to "dew" when the new, corrected translation was being prepared. The cultivation of certain types of grapes requires special conditions. In a contrast to the benefits of dew lauded in the prayer of the blessing, however, dew isn't always good for grapes. Dew helps fungus get hold, through in the case of some grapes, certain fungi are welcome, as in the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/nbXJ0K8rLRg/

Venerable Archbishop Sheen on "Misunderstanding the World" TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - July 26, 2014 ... shifts into showing how the world was coming into the Church (once again here, we don't have much context yet into the word, "world." This comes later). To illustrate this next part, he makes use of the bishops at major councils. 400 years ago, at the Council of Trent, he says it was all Mediterranean, European, and Latin. Fast forward to Vatican Council I (1870), and it was unchanged. He explains, there was still, not a single bishop from Africa or Asia. Fast ...http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2014/07/venerable-archbishop-sheen-on.html

Lectio Divina FAITHBOOKNZ - July 18, 2014 Lectio Divina (latin for Divine reading) is a sure way to grow in faith, hope and love, as it gives us direct contact with God in faith. I will post a link at the end of this article to show how it is traditionally done, but essentially it is reading the Word of God and […]http://faithbook.co.nz/2014/07/19/lectio-divina/

Celebrating the Liturgy "Worthily, Attentively and Devoutly": Interview With Fr. Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B. NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 16, 2014 ... seminaries, religious communities, and some parishes, on the other hand, I am gradually teaching the chant tradition and moving toward the correct seasonal and festal chants. In general, it is praiseworthy to aim at singing in the plainchant style, which is the ecclesiastical manner of singing par excellence, as Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict explains in many places. This would be the right goal for the sung celebration of the Liturgy of the Hours, and this new Hymnal can supply an important ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Be5UuVc3tNc/celebrating-liturgy-worthily.html

WDTPRS: 5th Sunday After Pentecost – In Redeeming Us, God Does Not Unmake Us. FR. Z'S BLOG - July 13, 2014 ... loving, charity, into our hearts. It is not that we cannot love in a merely natural, human way. We desire that how we love may be transformed, raised up. As we know from our Catholic theological tradition, and it is almost an axiom, " gratia non destruit, sed supponit et perficit naturam … grace does not destroy, but rather supposes and perfects nature" (St. Thomas Aquinas, STh la. 1.8.). Our human nature was terribly wounded in the Fall from grace, but its essential goodness was not ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/jCCK4qI2C2o/

Saint Walker THE BAPTIZED IMAGINATION - July 7, 2014 ... agent of salvation himself. In the GL universe, he becomes a living embodiment of Hope. Only by holding on to hope can he use his blue power ring and, therefore, his powers. His power is a free gift (grace) and works only while he holds on to that particular theological virtue. No hope, no power. It is this hope that saves. He brings hope when the corps is losing to the red lanterns. It is this ...http://www.baptizedimagination.com/2014/07/saint-walker.html

Homily at First Vespers of Saints Peter and Paul VULTUS CHRISTI - June 29, 2014 ... children, places peace in her borders, and fills her with the wheat of the Most Holy Eucharist, the swift-running efficacy of His Word, and the very Breath of His mouth, the Holy Spirit. Both the antiphon and the psalm invite us to pray fervently and gratefully for Pope Benedict XVI and for the Church. Prayer for the Pope is as old as the Church herself. We read in Acts 12:5: "But prayer was made without ceasing by the Church for him [Peter]" (Ac 12:5). Third Antiphon The ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/06/homily-at-first-vespers-of-saints-peter-and-paul/

Praying With the Ethiopians ABBEY ROADS - June 22, 2014 ... the Orthodox resist union with Rome, fearing they may be obliged to change their liturgical rites. Watching and listening to their Mass gives me a much deeper appreciation for the Extraordinary Form of Mass, and a deeper longing that the Ordinary Form will become more reverent and even return to Latin. I hope our devotion to the Eucharist will become more manifest and the practice of outward devotion return. I also respect the idea of woman veiling for Mass. ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2014/06/praying-with-ethiopians.html

This Corpus Christi Let Your Eyes, Ears, Minds, Hearts and Souls Experience the Living Christ Here With Us HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - June 20, 2014 ... trials and tribulations of this day. Ask God to allow the words you are about to ponder, the melodies you will hear, and the images you will see penetrate your entire being and bring this great Eucharistic mystery alive in your heart, mind and soul. This is what I suggest. Feel free to ignore this suggestion. Take one hymn at a time. Read the lyrics. Read them more than once. Then click the name of that hymn. There will be two versions of each hymn. Listen and watch the video that will appear. ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2014/06/this-corpus-christi-let-your-eyes-ears.html

The Holy Trinity? What's That? ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - June 15, 2014 ... living within us. And that is the Holy Trinity which we believe in and perhaps don't understand. But let's be honest, there are many men in this world who do not understand their wives; so what hope have we really got of understanding the Holy Trinity? When we get to meet St Peter we will not sit an exam to check how much we have learnt and what we understand. God will instead look into our hearts ... our Faith ... and our actions. God does not ask us to understand Him ... He ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-holy-trinity-whats-that.html

Aparecida 43: Cultural Diversity, Without Synthesis CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - June 11, 2014 ... contemporary thrust we describe with the word "globalization," impacts more than any other dimension our culture and the way in which we become part of it and draw from it. The bishops begin in paragraph 43 by acknowledging the diversity of cultures in Latin America. The variety and wealth of Latin American cultures, ranging from those that are more indigenous to those that with the movement of history and racial mixing of its peoples, have ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/06/11/aparecida-43-cultural-diversity-without-synthesis/

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