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Divine Mercy Sunday 2017 A BOOK OF EVERYTHING - April 23, 2017 ... locked, he stands in the midst of the disciples. Jesus, still the embodiment of humanity – he now lives on a new level – a new pitch of existence – the disciples experience the glorified body of Jesus – as was anticipated by the sign given to Peter, James and John at the Transfiguration on Mt. Tabor. Brothers and sisters, this risen Christ has stood in the midst of his followers up and down the ages. " For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I ...http://abookofeverything.blogspot.com/2017/04/divine-mercy-sunday-2017.html

The Readings and Solemn Prayers of the Novus Ordo Good Friday Liturgy NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 21, 2017 ... emphasizes once again an important theme of the ceremony, the union between the Last Supper and the Sacrifice of the Cross.) The second prayer, "Deus qui peccati veteris", had mostly dropped out of use by the time of the Tridentine reform, although it was still included in a small number of local missals even at the beginning of the 16th century. It was added to the beginning of the rite in 1955, but with a ritual different from that of the Mass, and different from what is attested in the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/NNHIeojzzpQ/the-readings-and-solemn-prayers-of.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

Obedience and Love TEA AT TRIANON - April 19, 2017 From Seton Magazine : If we look into Sacred Scripture, our Lord's teaching ministry lasted for three years and culminated in His passion, death and resurrection. Two thousand years later, His teachings still continue to attract countless disciples from far and wide. The word disciple comes from the Latin word discipulus meaning "a learner". In living out our vocation, we have to remember that if our children are learners, ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2017/04/obedience-and-love.html

Homily @ Triduum: Touch BUKAS PALAD - April 13, 2017 Year A / The Paschal Triduum / Holy Thursday – Mass of the Lord's Supper Readings: Exodus 12.1-8, 11-14 / Psalm 115.12-13,15-16bc, 17-18 (R/v cf 1 Cor 10.16) / 1 Corinthians 11.23-26 / John 13.1-15 I remember them well. They were standing at the traffic light, waiting to cross Empress Road. Her petite fingers enveloped in his gnarled hand, roughen probably by years of manual work. His face etched with concern for his frail, anxious looking wife. Their almost ...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 ...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 W e, the Patriarchs and Heads of Churches in Jerusalem, join together in proclaiming the triumphant victory of our risen Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ from the dead. The message of Easter, which was first announced in Jerusalem, and has echoed down the centuries, now resounds again in Jerusalem, the city of the Resurrection. This year we have witnessed the restoration of the Holy Aedicule in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, two centuries after the last renovation, and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SunlitUplands/~3/8acfMbAj0pk/the-easter-message-of-patriarchs-and.html

Fr. Perrone: Our Lord's Physical Sufferings and Our Own Penances MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - April 9, 2017 ... Pastor's Descant " ( Assumption Grotto News , April 9, 2017): Something struck me -- besides my hand -- when I said Domine, non sum dignus ("Lord, I am not worthy ...") at Mass this past week. The self-deprecating gesture, which we make also during the Confiteor , and by pious custom at the elevation of the Host and Chalice, and again during the Agnus Dei , derives from the Gospel parable of the two men who went into the Temple to pray: the justified of the two having struck ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2017/04/fr-perrone-our-lords-physical.html

Homily - 9 April 2017 - At the Mass - What Will We Do With Our Palms? SERVANT AND STEWARD - April 9, 2017 Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord At the Mass Dear brothers and sisters, As we enter this church dedicated to the honor of Saint Agnes, we pass by an image of our heavenly patroness holding both a lamb and a palm branch in her hands. She holds a lamb both to signify her name – which, in Latin, is related to agnus , the word for lamb – and to point us to the Lamb of God. She holds a palm in her other hand to signify her ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/QHSkengNV7M/homily-9-april-2017-at-mass-what-will.html

Art Meditation on Mary Magdalene TAKE THE POOR WITH YOU: A JOURNEY IN RADICAL STEWARDSHIP - April 8, 2017 As we move into Holy Week, we can prepare by entering our Lord's Passion through the eyes of someone who was there. Here is a meditation on four works of art featuring Mary Magdalene, which I originally wrote for my Moms and Tots ministry. We know Mary Magdalene best for her visit to Christ's tomb, bringing the spices to anoint him. While it is not certain, many also believe she is the woman who washed Jesus' feet with her tears and dried them with her hair at the home of ...http://takethepoorwithyou.blogspot.com/2017/04/art-meditation-on-mary-magdalene.html

The Employment of the Term "God" - Some Cogent Reflections From an Essay by Fr. John Behr ARTICULI FIDEI - April 5, 2017 ... have argued that Augustine, in fact, shares many features of trinitarian theology with the Cappadocians, so that there is a generally recognizable "pro-Nicaean" trinitarian theology common to both Greek and Latin traditions, depsite variations not only between them but also within them. Augustine's contribution, therefore, is not a radically new turn, but a deepened, more clearly articulated expression of a common body of inherited belief. (pp. 155, 156) [For some further ...http://articulifidei.blogspot.com/2016/04/the-employment-of-term-god-some-cogent.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

The Samaritan Woman in the Liturgy of Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 24, 2017 In the lectionaries of the various Latin rites, one of the most prominent Gospels of the Lenten season is that of the Samaritan woman who spoke to Christ at the well of Jacob (St John 4, 5-42). Although the Roman, Ambrosian and Byzantine Rites each read this Gospel on a different day, it appears in all three as a lesson of particular importance for the preparation of those who will be baptized at Easter or Pentecost. In the Roman Rite, it is read on the Friday of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/m6gq4W5mBP8/the-samaritan-woman-in-liturgy-of-lent.html

Laetare Sunday a Joyful Pause in a Somber Season CATHOLIC HOTDISH - March 23, 2017 A Joyful Sunday. The Fourth Sunday of Lent is also known as Laetare Sunday. Laetare is a Latin word which means "rejoice" or "rejoicing." Other nuances of the word include joyfulness, gladness, cheerfulness, and happiness. This elated or jubilant mood is a striking one-day reprieve from the somber, sorrowful, penitential tone of the other days of Lent. A Joyful Beginning to Mass. The word "Laetare" is taken from the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/-T_VKRBMRGs/

Homily for the Third Sunday in Lent, March 19, 2017, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - March 14, 2017 ... strictly literal sense. Water is even more prevalent in today's Gospel. The word occurs eight times in Jesus' conversation with the woman of Samaria. But here, as often happens in John, the literal sense is soon eclipsed by a deeper symbolic sense. As we read, it becomes clear that Jesus is using the image of water to talk about the gift of grace. Even when the conversation turns to other things, the same reality is present. Worshiping God "in Spirit and truth" is, after all, ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/homily-for-third-sunday-in-lent-march.html

Misery Is the Need for Mercy Καθολικός διάκονος - March 5, 2017 http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/03/misery-is-need-for-mercy.html

Shrovetide- It's Almost Lent CHERISHED HEARTS AT HOME - March 1, 2017 ... the last two days of "Carnival," an unofficial period that began after the Epiphany and which takes its name from the Latin carnelevare, referring to the "taking away of flesh" (meat) during Lent which begins on Ash Wednesday, the day following Shrove Tuesday. Catholics want to eat while they can and get the frivolity out of their systems in preparation for the somber Lenten spirit to come. source - Fisheaters Blessings to you and your ...http://cherishedheartsathome.blogspot.com/2017/03/shrovetide-its-almost-lent.html

Memento, Homo, Quia Pulvis Es, Et in Pulverem Reverteris. THECHURCHMILITANT - March 1, 2017 "Remember, O man, that dust thou art, and to dust thou shalt return." Today is Ash Wednesday, yet another day when the Lord my God grabs me by the scruff of the neck and reminds me that I am the greatest sinner I know . Please pray, fast, sacrifice, and love during this solemn season of Lent, kiddies, because we know not the day of His return, nor the hour of our own deaths. Here are today's readings from Holy Scripture: Ash Wednesday Lectionary: 219 Reading 1 Jl 2:12-18 ...http://thechurchmilitant.blogspot.com/2017/03/memento-homo-quia-pulvis-es-et-in.html

Return to Me With Your Whole Heart YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - February 28, 2017 Ash Wednesday Yet even now—oracle of the LORD—return to me with your whole heart, with fasting, weeping, and mourning. Rend your hearts, not your garments, and return to the LORD, your God, For he is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, abounding in steadfast love, and relenting in punishment. Joel 2:12-13 We are ambassadors for Christ as if God were appealing through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. For our sake, ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/02/return-to-me-with-your-whole-heart.html

Kyrie Eleison TIME FOR REFLECTIONS - February 12, 2017 ... Eastern Europe, where it started, was celebrated in Greek. With time, as Christianity spread further West into Europe it was celebrated in Latin. And as time moved on, it is now celebrated in English, or whichever language is spoken in the Country where Mass is celebrated. Except for three words which have survived time and are still from the original Greek Mass. Kyrie Eleison Christe Eleison Meaning "Lord have mercy" and "Christ have mercy". It is important ...http://timeforreflections.blogspot.com/2017/02/kyrie-eleison.html

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