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The Easter Triduum: Entering Into the Paschal Mystery INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 24, 2016 ... 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/2004/2016/03/the-easter-triduum-entering-into-the-paschal-mystery.html

Dominus Vobiscum VERITATEM FACIENTES IN CARITATE. PROCLAIMING THE TRUTH IN LO - March 13, 2016 ... is far more present than meets the eye. The priest is conformed to Christ in a unique way as alter Christus (another Christ) and in his ministry – despite his individual sinfulness – we see and hear Jesus. Remember that the priest says the words of consecration ("This is my Body" and "This is my Blood") and the words of absolution ("I absolve you…") in the first person. We hear the voice of Jesus in the liturgical words of the priest. We experience the effects of Jesus' ...http://proclaimthetruthinlove.blogspot.com/2016/03/dominus-vobiscum.html

Tired With All These ... THE MUNIMENT ROOM - March 6, 2016 ... temperate way. Shakespeare, as is well known, however, has a word for everything and Sonnet 66 says much about my views on what is happening in the Church today. (I note that Lady Asquith doesn't adduce this sonnet as an allegory about Shakespeare's Catholicism in Shadowplay , by the way.) Tired with all these, for restful death I cry As to behold desert a beggar born, And needy nothing trimm'd in jollity, And purest faith unhappily forsworn, Fairly early on during my marathon ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2016/03/tired-with-all-these.html

4th Sunday of Lent, Cycle C (Laetare) LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - March 6, 2016 http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2016/03/4th-sunday-of-lent-cycle-c-laetare.html

The Contours of Loneliness FALLEN SPARROW - March 6, 2016 ... all her things to leave you before more time slips away; and you're left there, lonely and bleary-eyed under the penetrating gaze of the accusing sun, suddenly reminded that you have a friend to meet or errands to run at noon and it's already 11 o'clock and you haven't showered yet. She leaves, or you leave, depending on the circumstance, but you're still carrying around with you that "she-shaped" space where she was. Or maybe you've met someone and you go out on a couple dates, dinner and a ...http://sparrowfallen.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-contours-of-loneliness.html

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