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Homily G-MANS JOURNEY - June 11, 2017 The word "Trinity," what does it mean? Does it mean that God is a mystery? No! Is the Blessed Trinity another Person of God? No! Then, what is it? The root of the word "Trinity" originates from the Latin word "trini" which means "three each," or "threefold." "The term has been used as early as the days of Tertullian (200 A.D.) to denote the central doctrine of the Christian religion. God, who is one and unique in His ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2017/06/homily_11.html

The Mystery of the Holy Trinity MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - June 11, 2017 ... The Father I. "IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER AND OF THE SON AND OF THE HOLY SPIRIT" 232 Christians are baptized "in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit"53 Before receiving the sacrament, they respond to a three-part question when asked to confess the Father, the Son and the Spirit: "I do." "The faith of all Christians rests on the Trinity."54 233 Christians are baptized in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit: not in their names,55 for there is only ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-mystery-of-holy-trinity.html

The Ember Days ATONEMENTONLINE - June 7, 2017 ... that the word "ember" is a corruption of the Latin title, but it is as likely that it comes from the Old English word "ymbren" which means a "circle." As the year progresses and returns to its beginning, the ember days are part of the circle of the year. These days of prayer and fasting originated in Rome, and slowly spread throughout the Church. They were brought to England by St. Augustine with his arrival in the year 597. The fasting is ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-ember-days.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

Ministry Can Be Truly Challenging, Especially When There Are Two 'I's in the Word. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - May 21, 2017 ... when Vatican II announced the reformation of the Liturgy, allowing the use of the Lingua Franca to replace Latin as the language of the Liturgy, and having the Priest turn to face the congregation, it riled and ruffled so many of the faithful. There was a mass exodus of priests when the changes were made, but this didn't seem to convince Mother Church that the reform was a bad decision. It took the visionary leadership of the then Pope John XXIII to really dare to open the ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2017/05/ministry-can-be-truly-challenging.html

Carmelite Nuns in Michigan Need a Chaplain for Both Forms NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 17, 2017 ... Office, Rosary and other exercises of piety each day. In Carmel, the sacred liturgy is characterized by simplicity to allow more time for private prayer in accord with our hermit spirit. The Divine Office is usually recited on one tone, with Gregorian chant reserved for Sundays and feast days. After our foundress Mother Teresa Margaret died, one of her cherished wishes began to be fulfilled: the restoration of Latin as our primary liturgical language. We discovered that after ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/4W0MrIrreLE/carmelite-nuns-in-michigan-need.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

Listening to the Promptings in Our Hearts Helps to Ascertain Our Vocation in Life. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - May 7, 2017 ... Sunday in the Catholic Church. On this day, the church prays specially for vocations including the vocation to the priestly life and the life of a religious. This comes from the understanding that priests and religious are called to live this life by God. The very word 'vocation' comes form the Latin 'vocare' which means voice. But should this only be limited to the priestly and religious ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2017/05/listening-to-promptings-in-our-hearts.html

The Last Monks of Skellig Michael - Philip Kosloski BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - May 7, 2017 ... "The most fantastic and impossible rock in the world: Skellig Michael… the Skelligs are pinnacled, crocketed, spired, arched, caverned, minaretted; and these gothic extravagances are not curiosities of the islands: they are the islands: there is nothing else. The rest of the cathedral may be under the sea for all I know… An incredible, impossible, mad place… I tell you the thing does not belong to any world that you and I have lived and worked in: it is part of our dream ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/gddG_K8b1pI/the-last-monks-of-skellig-michael.html

3rd Sunday of Easter Year a 2017 HOMILIES OF A JESUIT - May 5, 2017 ... to them). In other words, the Mass is not a "Catholic" invention. It belongs to the Living Tradition of the Church since the Apostolic era. This belonging is not accidental. Instead, it is at heart of the Church for the source and summit of Christian life rests on the Eucharist. As the Jews are taught the centrality of the Shema, "Hear O Israel", Christians are taught that the crux of remembering (the Anamnesis ) is that we may recognise Him at the breaking of bread. In the ...http://homiliesofajesuit.blogspot.com/2017/05/3rd-sunday-of-easter-year-2017.html

Why I Left Providence College CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 4, 2017 Sometimes a single encounter with what is healthy and ordinary— I use the word advisedly, with its suggestion that things are in the order that God by means of his handmaid Nature has ordained—is enough to shake you out of the bad dreams of disease and confusion. If it isn't quite yet like meeting Saint Francis on the road, it is like meeting a bluff and jovial fellow who has just come from a conversation with that great little man of God. I've had such ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/gO8L3hS-yts/left-providence-college

Year a Third Sunday of Easter Καθολικός διάκονος - April 29, 2017 ... Jesus this way is not somehow less real, but what we might call really real. Right now, as we celebrate this Mass, we are participating in what is intended to be for us a direct and life-changing encounter with our 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. ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/04/year-third-sunday-of-easter.html

Divine Mercy Sunday 2017 A BOOK OF EVERYTHING - April 23, 2017 ... 30 th , 2000. Today's Easter story is a story of divine mercy. It is a story of how Jesus interacts with his Church – then and today. Today's gospel reading begins on the evening of that first day – Resurrection Day. The disciples have no understanding – they have not yet grasped the significance of what just happened. Jesus their Lord, their friend, has been crucified – he is dead. Maybe they will receive the same fate. They are huddled in fear and terror in an "upper ...http://abookofeverything.blogspot.com/2017/04/divine-mercy-sunday-2017.html

What Does Easter Mean? The Truth of Easter Using Historical Evidence. A CATHOLIC LIFE - April 20, 2017 ... these words is worth pondering in our preparation for Easter. First, Easter : Bede indicates that the retention of the pagan name brought with it no connotation of the old religion; now Christians, Englishmen "call the joy of a new solemnity (Easter) by the word they used to in the old religion" ( On the Reckoning of Time 15 ). There is no more paganism left here than in the names of weekdays or months (Thursday for Thor, January for Janus, etc.). For Bede, the predominant ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/m1zciZt-IuE/what-does-easter-mean-truth-of-easter.html

Homily @ Triduum: Touch BUKAS PALAD - April 13, 2017 ... lowest places in their lives, in the places where they know themselves to be soiled and unfit. We are to love and serve them there, putting their needs before our own, laying down our lives for them. We are to wash their feet. We are to touch another in love. There is a wise saying we know: "you cannot give what you don't have". Tonight, we hear Jesus command us: "Love one another as I have loved you." At the Last Supper, Jesus teaches that our life is all about love. Jesus ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2017/04/homily-triduum-touch.html

Tenebrae: Why Is It Important to the Easter Triduum? BIG C CATHOLICS - April 12, 2017 Lamentation over the Dead Christ , Sandro Botticelli, c. 1481. Tenebrae , the Latin word for "shadow," is the name of the ancient liturgy that engages our senses to help us understand the anguish of our Lord Jesus Christ as He was preparing to die for the sins of the whole world. It entails the public recitation (in a church) of Matins and Lauds, the first two hours of the Divine Office, on the evening before or early morning of Maundy Thursday, Good ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/tenebrae-why-is-it-important-to-easter.html

The Easter Message of Patriarchs and Head of Churches in Jerusalem SUNLIT UPLANDS - April 10, 2017 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SunlitUplands/~3/8acfMbAj0pk/the-easter-message-of-patriarchs-and.html

Art Meditation on Mary Magdalene TAKE THE POOR WITH YOU: A JOURNEY IN RADICAL STEWARDSHIP - April 8, 2017 ... hands in supplication. She knows this is the Son of God, risen from the dead. The apologetics site "Unam Sanctam Catholicam" describes the moment this way: In addition to fear of the Lord, Christ inspired within Mary a deepening of faith through His gentle command to cease touching Him. Physically touching the Lord surely served as a great comfort to Mary Magdalene. In the midst of our Lord's Passion, Mary remained close to Him, right beside the Cross. In the midst of her great grief, the body ...http://takethepoorwithyou.blogspot.com/2017/04/art-meditation-on-mary-magdalene.html

Growing Old - Disgracefully TIME FOR REFLECTIONS - March 29, 2017 ... people dress as they want? It's their own fashion I suppose. A friend of mine always wears an old pullover with large holes in it. He says he likes it and over the years he has grown fond of it. He also wears dark green corduroy trousers which he keeps pulled up to his nipples using red braces as well as a belt to be extra secure. He has teeth like the Ten Commandments - all broken; and wears a flat cap pulled right down on his head. I guess in his way he is a sex symbol for women who do not ...http://timeforreflections.blogspot.com/2017/03/growing-old-disgracefully.html

Full Latin Text of St. Francis Borgia's Litany of the Summa Theologiae NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 27, 2017 ... Latin text could be made available in full. In answer to (a), to my knowledge no one has ever translated this text. However, as to (b), I am glad to offer the text to NLM readers at the link below, and I strongly encourage any enterprising Latinist out there to render it into English. If you do so, please let me know; I'd be happy to discuss ways to make it available to a wider readership. The title of the book is Studi Tomistici 22 S. Francisci Borgiae, S.I. Praecipuae Divi ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Smbf2os96eA/full-latin-text-of-st-francis-borgias.html