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"Backwards vs. Forwards"—What Does It Mean? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 4, 2015 When I returned to America in 2006 after living abroad for almost eight years, the transition was initially a challenging one. Although the Lord fairly soon led me to Wyoming Catholic College (which had just been founded), for a certain time it wasn't at all clear what my next step should be. At this juncture my family and I spent a little time visiting friends in California and visiting some of the Missions along the way. At one of these missions, I picked up a holy card ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/taULaS0itBc/backwards-vs-forwardswhat-does-it-mean.html

First Communion Mass Καθολικός διάκονος - May 2, 2015 ... 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; Ps 34; John 6:51-58 ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/05/first-communion-mass.html

Newspaper Column: Resting in God: Lectio Divina PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - May 2, 2015 Lectio Divina is Latin for divine reading. It is one of the ways of contemplative prayer and has very ancient roots going back to the 3 rd Century. Lectio addresses the problem of the ego and the over active mind. You see, when we are trapped in our thoughts and ideas (as we are in Western cultures like America) God becomes a thing that is external to us. He becomes a concept. Only when we can "turn off the mind" so to speak and become silent inside can He become a ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2015/05/newspaper-column-resting-in-god-lectio.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/

Year B Fourth Sunday of Easter Καθολικός διάκονος - April 26, 2015 ... meaning it is God- who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit- who issues the call. In Baptism God called us to live lives of holiness, that is, to be like Christ. This is our primary vocation. So, in an overarching sense, there is really only one vocation: follow Christ. In the first chapter of Genesis we read that man and woman were initially made in God's image and likeness (Gen 1:26). While the image of God that constitutes us as human beings is ineradicable, meaning there is nothing we can do to ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/04/year-b-fourth-sunday-of-easter.html

The Rapture & The Second Coming MESSIANIC MYSTERIES OF THE BIBLE - April 22, 2015 ... event, then you believe in a post-Tribulation rapture. Revelation 3:10 is an example of the Scriptural evidence supporting a pre-Tribulation rapture. Moreover, some who espouse a pre-Tribulation rapture believe that Christ's return to establish His Millennial Kingdom will occur on a known day. Their belief is based on the "timeline" which I've outlined above. Because Christ's coming to rapture the saints will occur on an unknown day, they conclude that the rapture and the Second Coming ...http://messianicmystery.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-rapture-second-coming.html

Our Companionship With Christ Καθολικός διάκονος - April 18, 2015 ... Lord had opened his, by explaining how Jesus fulfilled "everything written about [Him] in the law of Moses and in the prophets and psalms" (Luke 24:44). Our reading from St John's first letter explains how we can know Jesus in the here and now. It makes all the difference in the world to how you live if you believe Jesus is risen and alive, or merely conceive of Him as a charismatic figure of the distant past who taught us some "good" things. Like Cleopas and his unnamed ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/04/our-companionship-with-christ.html

An Honor to Be Catholic (or Here Comes Everybody) IMPRISONED IN MY BONES - April 6, 2015 ... belong, liberal, conservative and everyone in-between, and yet, it seems to me that we can't seem to stand each other. Where is the love, I wonder? Why can't we stop being so pushy? Why can't we stop being so mean-spirited and small-minded? Is this what Catholicism is really all about? Must we constantly fight and criticize and trample upon each other in our efforts to be right and to prove everyone who doesn't agree with us to be wrong? This dilemma, the constant clash between liberal and ...http://annebender.blogspot.com/2015/04/an-easter-to-remember.html

Divine Mercy: From Competition to Complementarity Καθολικός διάκονος - April 6, 2015 ... to Divine Mercy by observing the novena? It seems to me that the genuine dilemma when it comes to Divine Mercy is, are we to view it as somehow in competition with our observance of the Lord's death, burial, and resurrection, or as a complement to it, whether we chose to participate or or not? For sure, devotions, which proliferated during the centuries when people often felt themselves to be spectators at the liturgy, should not obscure or in any way obstruct our view of the ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/04/divine-mercy-from-competition-to.html

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

The Passion of Christ, a Gift of Love THE WANDERING FRIAR - March 31, 2015 At the end of a mission that I preached last week someone approached my and asked why the word Passion was used to describe the suffering and death of Jesus. Good question, Though I gave a brief and, I think, satisfactory answer, the question stayed with me. Given the modern day meaning of passion as the equivalent of lust and illicit sex it is understandable the the question would be raised. I would ask that we look at another contemporary use of that ...http://frjohnsblog.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-passion-of-christ-gift-of-love_31.html

Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 25, 2015 ... important in the Church calendar. It celebrates the actual Incarnation of Our Savior the Word made flesh in the womb of His mother, Mary. The biblical account of the Annunciation is in the first chapter of the Gospel of Saint Luke, 26-56. Saint Luke describes the annunciation given by the angel Gabriel to Mary that she was to become the mother of the Incarnation of God. Here is recorded the "angelic salutation" of Gabriel to Mary, 'Hail, full of grace, the ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/03/feast-of-annunciation-of-lord.html

The Solemnity of the Annuciation of the Lord CATHOLIC FIRE - March 24, 2015 On March 25, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord, which is the coming of the Angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary to announce to her the special mission God had chosen for her in being the mother of His only Son. This solemnity is also the first joyful mystery of the rosary and an event which should fill our hearts with joy and thanksgivng. The Franciscans tell us: "The Immaculate Virgin Mary joyfully conceived Jesus by the Holy Spirit." In doing so, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-solemnity-of-annuciation-of-lord.html

Archbishop Cordileone on Communion and Dissent THE IMPRACTICAL CATHOLIC - March 23, 2015 communion n. [ From Old French comunion, from Latin commūniō ("communion"), from cum ("with") + mūnus ("gift") ] A joining together of minds or spirits. San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone explains why Catholics who dissent from Church teaching shouldn't present themselves for Communion. Note that Abp. Cordileone cites both Scripture and Tradition to back his points up [emphasis mine] : Whoever ... eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in ...http://impracticalcatholic.blogspot.com/2015/03/archbishop-cordileone-on-communion-and.html

WDTPRS 5th Sunday of Lent: His Love Lives and Works in and Through Us FR. Z'S BLOG - March 21, 2015 ... called First Passion Sunday or First Sunday of the Passion. "Passiontide" begins. It is also known as Iudica Sunday, from the first word of the Introit of Mass (from Ps 42/41), and sometimes Repus (from repositus analogous to absconditus , "hidden") because crosses and other images in churches are to be veiled. From today, in the Extraordinary Form the " Iudica " psalm is no longer said during the prayers at the foot of the altar and the Gloria Patri at the end of certain ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/tNkZ22PkCQ4/

St. Joseph in the East NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 19, 2015 ... Nativity season. I'll admit to being slightly confused as to why the Latin Church observes her own feast when she does: it is in some proximity to the Annunciation, although one would tend to think a feast that commemorates Joseph taking Mary into his home would fall on the days following the Annunciation, not before it. (I'm told that current liturgical historians think that the date may arise from the previous observance of Joseph of Antioch's feast on March 20th, and a ...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/

Liturgical PSA: Only Men for the Holy Thursday Mandatum NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 17, 2015 ... points out below) refers to males exclusively . With that in mind, we here at NLM would like to remind you with a friendly PSA about the rubrics for Holy Thursday, which can be found below: Roman Missal (2011) - Mass of the Lord's Supper §11 (with emphasis added): The men who have been chosen are led by the ministers to seats prepared in a suitable place. Then the Priest (removing his chasuble if necessary) goes to each one, and, with the help of the ministers, pours ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/tdFjY2r2DQA/liturgical-psa-only-men-for-holy.html

Pope: Mass in the Vernacular Helps People to Understand God and to Live Their Faith MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - March 13, 2015 ... Glatz Catholic News Service March 9, 2015 ROME — Allowing priests to celebrate Mass in the language of the local congregation rather than in Latin allowed the faithful to understand and be encouraged by the word of God, Pope Francis said. "You cannot turn back, we have to always go forward, always forward and who goes back is making a mistake," he told parishioners after commemorating the 50th anniversary of the first time a pope celebrated Mass in the ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/03/pope-mass-in-vernacular-helps-people-to.html

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