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The Ordinariate Office - A Wonderful Gift for Lay People and a Hope for the Transformation of Western Culture? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 9, 2016 ... understand the text as I read it. Reading or singing Latin while looking across the page at a translation on a regular daily basis does not work for me. The Mass is Latin does not present the same difficulty for me - the bulk of it is repeated and so with relatively little reference to additional texts I can participate. I have often wondered if this question of language is why some traditionalists are not enthusiastic about the Liturgy of the Hours - tending ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/gOKV0mB7my4/the-ordinariate-office-wonderful-gift.html

ST FAUSTINA AND THE IMAGE OF DIVINE MERCY (by David Clayton) and WHAT DOES DIVINE MERCY ACTUALLY MEAN IN CATHOLIC TRADIT MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - February 9, 2016 ... but my steadfast love shall not depart from you, and my covenant of peace shall not be removed, says the Lord, who has compassion on you" (Is 54:1-10). In the Old Testament, there are two principle Hebrew words that we usually translate as mercy. First of all, there is the word hesed, which means "steadfast love, covenant love." Someone who has the attribute of hesed is someone you can always count on, someone who never lets you down. According to the Catholic Biblical scholar ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2016/02/st-faustina-and-image-of-divine-mercy.html

A Gigantic Cross - A Living Witness FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - February 6, 2016 ... Christians broke ground on building what they hope will be the largest Cross in the Western Hemisphere. The plans call for a 210 feet tall (or 19 story) structure, built on this plain of land that would be easily visible for at least 5 miles away (and 10 miles from air). This will beat the nearby Texas cross in Houston which is about 170 feet tall - but will still fall short of the world's largest cross which can be found in Madrid Spain and is more than double this one - at ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2016/02/a-gigantic-cross-living-witness.html

International Eucharistic Congress 2016: Christ in You, Our Hope of Glory CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - January 27, 2016 ... resurrection and final glory. It was a dialogue that constitutes both an act of obedience to the Father (ascending movement) and compassion towards weak sinners (descending movement), a sacrifice of both adoration (ascending movement) and service (descending movement). The presentation in terms of dialogue has a specific character that is proper to the Church in Asia, a timely reminder that we should not give to the term only a European/North American context. In two respects, an International ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2016/01/international-eucharistic-congress-2016.html

Homily: Today's the Day BUKAS PALAD - January 24, 2016 ... day, we tend to do so through the lenses of "past" and "future". A past when we were more Christ-like and responded so freely and lovingly to God. A future we fear we cannot live well because we are sinners, never good enough for God's mercy and salvation. If we mourn our past intimacy with God, we'll live in regret and grief. If we're fearful of a future without God, we'll live with anxiety and doubt. As a result, today is lost, and its gift of God's grace forgotten. But if today is indeed ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2016/01/homily-todays-day.html

Homily - The Solemnity of the Holy Family SERVANT AND STEWARD - December 27, 2015 ... told him, he took Mary into his home and raised Jesus as his son (cf. Matthew 1:24 ). Jesus, too, of course, knew himself to be set apart for the service of God and for this reason he remained behind in the Temple in Jerusalem (cf. Luke 2:43 ). The Holy Family was blessed because they sought their happiness in God. If we take a moment to think deeply, each of us will recognize a yearning for happiness present within our hearts, a yearning that motivates, in one way or another, everything we ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/NalhXtMqJNU/homily-solemnity-of-holy-family.html

If You Can't Find Christ... GETTING TO THE POINT - December 24, 2015 ... I generally ask the Lord for a word for the big seasons and feasts of the year, and He generally has something to say to me, somehow. This year my present came early, some weeks ago, and I have been pondering it ever since. It is, Adeste Fideles. Traditionally the title of the carol is translated as 'O Come, All Ye Faithful', but any first year student of Latin knows that's not quite right. The Latin verb for 'come' is venire, and the ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2015/12/if-you-cant-find-christ.html

The Effrontery of Hope CRISIS MAGAZINE - December 24, 2015 It seems to me that we take "hope" for granted. Of course, as good Catholics we know that we are not to presume the mercy of God, or his blessings. So we might protest that we do no such thing; we know that God is in no way obliged to give us anything, that everything—including any hope we might have—is his free gift. And, in a sense, we would be right in doing so. But the readiness we have to assert this protest may very well be an indication of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/dtY1eIgAYxE/the-effrontery-of-hope

The New Rite Prefaces for Advent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 24, 2015 ... zuhlsdorfiana , a.k.a. What Does the Preface Really Say?) is followed by my own literal translation, the old ICEL translation (whose defects are displayed in a particularly glaring light in the first one), and the new translation, which today finishes its fifth Advent. (The earlier parts of this series may be read at the following links: Ambrosian 1 , Ambrosian 2 , Ambrosian 3 , Neo-Gallican .) The First Preface of Advent (said from the First Sunday until December 16) VD: Qui, primo adventu in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/dvQxwdePP6Y/the-new-rite-prefaces-for-advent.html

Preparing for Christmas DA MIHI ANIMAS - December 19, 2015 ... Room for Christ in the Inn of Our Hearts? The time leading up to, and the birth of Christ, is a time full of expectancy, hope, joy, and sorrow. Everything that occurred from the Fall to His birth in a dingy stable was in preparation of our Redemption. The Annunciation turned Eve into Ave and her "no" into a hope and trust filled "let it be done to me according to thy word". Saint Joseph, a humble carpenter from Nazareth, became the adoptive ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/12/preparing-for-christmas.html

One More Christmas Gift Idea — A New Book From Angelico NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 18, 2015 ... beyond it. If you are familiar with the magisterium of Leo XIII, Pius X, and Pius XI, including its cultural, political, and economic dimensions, that's the perspective, but translated into a playful and somewhat zany modern idiom. It is part fairy tale, part romantic novella, part polemic, and part spoof, a potent cocktail of four liquors. Generous, frolicsome, and hospitable traditionalism, none of that sour-faced stuff for which we are often (and sometimes justifiably) reproached. One of my ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/25UVhAAS3ac/one-more-christmas-gift-idea-new-book.html

The Pope to Visit Guadalupe on 13 February VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - December 14, 2015 Vatican City, 13 December 2015 (VIS) – Yesterday, on the liturgical solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Guadalupe, patroness of Latin America, the Holy Father celebrated Mass in St. Peter's Basilica. The celebration was preceded by the Holy Rosary and hundreds of people, mostly from the American continent, where the devotion to Our Lady extends from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. In the homily he pronounced, the Pope emphasised Mary's mercy, asking that we ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-pope-to-visit-guadalupe-on-13.html

Joy! Anticipation! Fire? INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - December 13, 2015 (us.fotolia.com 9comeback) Joy! Anticipation! Fire? Carl E. Olson Gaudette Sunday, the Third Sunday of Advent, is a day of joy and rejoicing (the Latin word for "rejoice" is gaudere), and the readings reflect this theme Readings : • Zep 3:14-18a • Is 12:2-3, 4, 5-6 • Phil 4:4-7 • Lk 3:10-18 "Great joy," wrote G. K. Chesterton, "has in it the sense of immortality…" Joy, like love, hope, and goodness, cannot ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/12/joy-anticipation-fire.html

Third Sunday of Advent, Cycle C (Gaudete Sunday) LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - December 13, 2015 ... wear them only twice during the Church year, it is because it has a significance, a beautiful and powerful significance. For, if you have ever had the privilege of watching the sunrise you will have noticed that the sky turns from black, speckled, perhaps with a few stars, to purple, then to a pinkish or, more properly understood, rose color. It is an indication that the darkness is being dissipated by the light and that at each moment the rays from the sun are about to burst forth in order to ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2015/12/third-sunday-of-advent-cycle-c-gaudete.html

Rejoice! Third Sunday of Advent (Cycle C) IS MY PHYLACTERY SHOWING? - December 13, 2015 ... 4:4–7; Luke 3:10–18 Today we celebrate the third Sunday of Advent, which is called Gaudete Sunday, from the Latin translation of Philippians 4. "Rejoice in the Lord always." Always rejoice. We depart from the somber tone of this penitential season for a bit to celebrate the light that is dawning on us. The readings today give us our marching orders for Advent and beyond. The Latin word adventus , the source of our English term, ...http://theocoid.blogspot.com/2015/12/rejoice-third-sunday-of-advent-cycle-c.html

Rejoice, the Lord Is Near Καθολικός διάκονος - December 12, 2015 Reading: Zeph 3:14-18a; Isa 12:2-6; Phil 4:4-7; Luke 3:10-18 This week the Church observes the Third Sunday of Advent, or, Gaudete Sunday. Gaudete is Latin for "rejoice." While the introit for Sunday Mass is not sung or even recited in most parishes, the name "Gaudete Sunday" is taken from the first word of today's introit: Gaudete : "Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice. Indeed, the Lord is near." Perhaps more recognizably, this is the Sunday ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/12/rejoice-lord-is-near.html

Gaudete Sunday – The Third Sunday of Advent CATHOLIC HOTDISH - December 11, 2015 A Joyful Sunday. The Third Sunday of Advent is also known as Gaudete Sunday. The word "gaudete" is derived from the Latin words "gaudium," joy, and "gaudeo," to rejoice or be glad. Gaudete Sunday occurs eight to thirteen days before Christmas, and the nearness of the feast is reason for great joy. The Term "Gaudete." Gaudete is taken from the Entrance Antiphon: "Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice. Indeed, the Lord is near" (paraphrase, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/f2-UqnYGiqg/

Post #297 VENITE, MISSA EST! - December 9, 2015 ... Parish, Newton, Ks. While this blog may at times comment on, or allude to, a community or parish, Venite Missa Est! is by no means, in any way an official voice of any particular parish or the Diocese of Wichita. Venite Missa Est! is strictly a private layman's endeavor. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ Mass Schedules for December For St. Mary Parish , Newton, Ks. there is no Latin Mass this Saturday, December 12th . No mass this coming Saturday. Saturday mass will resume. Saturday, December ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/VeniteMissaEst/~3/74XFyT7V_H8/post-297.html

4 Distractions During Prayer and How to Overcome Them G-MANS JOURNEY - December 8, 2015 ... space to dedicate a side-table to prayer, it is beneficial to make it into a "home altar." What I mean is a place where you can place various items, such as candles and a bible, to remind you of the altar at church. It is even beneficial to use a cloth that covers the table and can be changed according to the color of the current liturgical season. Religious Artwork – One important aspect of your prayer corner is to have religious artwork that brings you into a state of prayer. I suggest ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2015/12/4-distractions-during-prayer-and-how-to.html

What Is Piety? And How Does a Lack of Piety Spell Doom for Us? DA MIHI ANIMAS - December 7, 2015 The following comes from the Msgr. Charles Pope: In the modern world the word "piety" has come to be associated with being religious. And while it does have religious application, its original meaning was far wider and richer. The English word "piety" comes from the Latin pietas , which spoke of family love, and by extension love for one's ancestors, of one's country, and surely of God. Cicero defined pietas as the virtue "which admonishes ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/12/what-is-piety-and-how-does-lack-of.html

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