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DPPL 109: Christmas Eve CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - October 28, 2014 http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/10/28/dppl-109-christmas-eve/

Keeping the Apostles Straight: Which Simon? And, Which Judas? THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - October 27, 2014 ... Judas is commonly referred to as "Thaddeus". Simon: A Canaanite who was no Canaanite In Matthew 10:4 and Mark 3:18, St Simon is distinguished from St Simon Peter as being "the Canaanite". This has led some – notably, those who know neither Greek nor Hebrew – to conclude that Simon was literally a Canaanite gentile, and not a Jew. A brief consideration of the Greek text of the Gospels will show that the traditional belief that St Simon was a Jew is the better opinion. Although the ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2014/10/keeping-apostles-straight-which-simon.html

Feast of Saint Abraham the Poor (27 October 2014) FR. VICTOR BROWN'S CATHOLIC DAILY MESSAGE - October 27, 2014 ... for us to take us into eternal life with him. In just [35] days, we will begin the holy season of Advent. The word Advent comes from the Latin "advenit," which means "he is coming!" Can you remember how exciting it was when you were a small child and you expected company? My grandmother or other relations would come to visit us, and they would bring GIFTS! In good weather, my parents would leave the front door open, with the screen door hooked, so that I could ...http://frbrown.wordpress.com/2014/10/27/feast-of-saint-abraham-the-poor-27-october-2014/

WDTPRS: Christ the King (1962MR) – "No Hugs and Fluffy Lambs" FR. Z'S BLOG - October 26, 2014 Each year Holy Church presents to us the history of salvation, from Creation to the Lord's Coming (His First and also His Final Coming). At this time of year, as we move in the Northern Hemisphere into the darkness of autumn and winter, as we head toward the end of the liturgical year, we more and more in the Church's liturgy consider the Four Last Things: death, judgment, heaven and hell. This feast reminds us that the Lord Jesus is indeed coming and that ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/pHwtmsQ2O8I/

The Terrible Mercy & Beautiful Sadness of the Mass MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - October 26, 2014 ... worthy. Worthy to receive power and honor, and to receive our adoration and praise. Which Lamb? The One that was slain. No cheap grace here. Already that terrible theme of Sacrifice . Meanwhile the priest and servers intone the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar , which carry their own mixture of joy and sadness: "I will go in unto the altar of God, to God Who giveth joy to my youth." God's judgment is then invoked, in order to distinguish ourselves from those who are not holy -- those who are ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-terrible-mercy-beautiful-sadness-of.html

The Lord's Prayer: Hallowed Be Thy Name GODZDOGZ - October 22, 2014 ... disagreed with him, until pondering the use of 'hallowed be thy name' in the Lord's prayer. How often do we ever hear the word 'hallowed' used in any other context than the Our Father? Hallowed is a strange word sounding a bit like like 'halloween' but not really having much other use than here in the Our Father. I would translate the Latin text ' sanctificetur nomen tuum ' into English as 'sacred is your name' or perhaps ...http://godzdogz.op.org/2014/10/the-lords-prayer-hallowed-be-thy-name.html

How to Welcome 'The Gays' THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - October 22, 2014 ... congregation." This sensitive and helpful template guide will help priests in any possible welcoming situation. The word, 'gays' can also be replaced or exchanged with 'lesbians', 'transgenders', 'transvestites', 'bi-sexuals', 'unsures', 'asexuals' or 'questioning' as well as a multitude of other fabricated sexualities now dominating the queer studies lecturing circuit. Of course, it can also be applied to any people in the congregation of various abilities such as blind, hard ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2014/10/how-to-welcome-gays.html

Sealed With a Kiss SCELATA - October 21, 2014 http://scelata.blogspot.com/2014/10/sealed-with-kiss.html

Homily for Sunday G-MANS JOURNEY - October 19, 2014 "Give to God the things that are God's." [Mt. 22:21] What a powerful statement! Good morning everyone! I pray to the Lord Jesus that by the grace of God the Father and the power of the Holy Spirit, the spiritual meaning of today's readings shall enrich all of you as I have been enriched through them. Beginning with the First Reading from the Book of Isaiah, [Is. 45:1, 4-6] the Lord God addressed His anointed one. As spiritual children of God, having ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2014/10/homily-for-sunday.html

WDTPRS Collect 19th Sunday After Pentecost- "Why Did God Make You?" FR. Z'S BLOG - October 19, 2014 ... Holy Mass is offered in Latin on the 32nd Sunday of Ordinary Time. We look forward to hearing its content echoed in English. COLLECT (1962MR) : Omnipotens et misericors Deus, universa nobis adversantia propitiatus exclude: ut mente et corpora partier expediti, quae tuae sunt, liberis mentibus exsequamur . In your distinguished Lewis & Short Dictionary you will find that pariter is an adverb, "equally, in like manner" and "at the same time", connecting mens and corpus ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/zONYekGhcm4/

"Fearless Heralds of the Truth" - The Third Day of a Synod, From the 1595 Pontifical of Clement VIII NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - October 17, 2014 ... The choir continues the antiphon, followed by the whole of Psalm 68, "Save me o God, for the waters have entered unto my soul", during which the bishop sits until the psalm is finished and the antiphon repeated. The bishop then turns to the altar and says: Let us pray. Crying out to Thee, o Lord, with the cry of our heart, we ask as one, that, strengthened by the regard of Thy grace, we may become fearless heralds of the truth, and be able to speak Thy word ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/NK5hSAUEU00/fearless-heralds-of-truth-third-day-of.html

The Catholic Spirit of Christopher Columbus KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS LATIN MASS - October 13, 2014 http://knightsofcolumbuslatinmass.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-catholic-spirit-of-christopher.html

Syncretism and Other Nonsense. ST. WALBURGA'S BLOG - October 13, 2014 ... Church. In Rio, carnivale has become a huge party with drinking and costumes. Mardi Gras in New Orleans came there by the French and Spanish Catholics who settled there (also where the cajun language came from). These customs has been taken too far in some places and seriously misrepresent the Church's intent before the celebration of the holy days of Lent. The roots of the celebration, wherever it is, came from the Church, not the other way around. The accusation that these customs have their ...http://stwalburgas.blogspot.com/2014/10/syncretism-and-other-nonsense.html

WDTPRS: 28th Ordinary Sunday – "God Crowns His Own Merits in Us" FR. Z'S BLOG - October 11, 2014 ... praeveniat…sequatur reminds me of a prayer I heard at my home parish every Tuesday night after the communal recitation of the Novena of Our Mother of Perpetual Help by St. Alphonsus Liguori (+1787). I believe this prayer is sometimes employed for the sick: "May the Lord Jesus Christ be with you that He may defend you, within you that He may sustain you, before you that He may lead you, behind you that He may protect you, above you that He may bless you. In the name of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/iwf0Db8EWSU/

Homily - "Here" GW CATHOLIC Q & A - October 7, 2014 ... through the worst human pain there is…loneliness, rejection, isolation. He also sweated blood. Then, we went inside to the Church of Agony for Mass. In the Church, there is a huge rock at the base of the altar. It is believed that that rock is where Christ agonized and sweated blood. It's where He first shed His blood for us. In thinking about his suffering – with which we could all identify – and the blood He shed, we heard the words at Mass that we probably take for ...http://gwcatholicforum.blogspot.com/2014/10/homily-here.html

With Mercy YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - October 5, 2014 ... big difference between the two scenarios is that in the first, there is no discernment needed. Showing mercy on the stranger who is left half-dead requires little consideration. Yet, for those who would seem to know better, they clearly do not act like it. Mary and Martha, on the other hand, must choose between two good things. Holy hospitality in serving the Lord and holy longing in listening to the Lord. Martha did not chose badly. It is just a fact that ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/10/with-mercy.html

What You See YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - October 4, 2014 ... wonderful for me, which I cannot know. I had heard of you by word of mouth, but now my eye has seen you. Therefore I disown what I have said, and repent in dust and ashes. Job 42:1-3, 5-6 "Blessed are the eyes that see what you see. For I say to you, many prophets and kings desired to see what you see, but did not see it, and to hear what you hear, but did not hear it." Luke 10:23-24 Piety A FRANCISCAN PRAYER FOR MISSIONERS Lord, make our sisters and brothers ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/10/what-you-see.html

Once More. AD MAJOREM DEI GLORIAM - October 2, 2014 ... good of the people. If globalisation has considerably increased the aggregate wealth of the whole and of several individual States, it has also exacerbated the differences between the various social groups, creating inequality, and [even] new forms [ This should alert you His Holiness is referring to more than just monetary poverty. -J. ] of poverty in those countries considered the most rich. One of the aspects of today's economic system and the taking advantage of [literally "enjoying the ...http://jmgarciaiii.blogspot.com/2014/10/once-more.html

Saint Jerome and Lectio Divina VULTUS CHRISTI - September 30, 2014 Jerome and the Monastic Path Jerome, translator of the original Hebrew and Greek texts of the Bible into Latin, the tongue of the common folk, was a lover of the poor Christ. He sang the praises of monastic solitude, saying that "monks do on earth what the angels do in heaven." We owe to Jerome the theology that sees in monastic profession a kind of second baptism, washing away sin just like martyrdom. It is Jerome who teaches us that the martyrdom of the monastic life is ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/09/saint-jerome-and-lectio-divina/

St. Jerome the Irritable ATONEMENTONLINE - September 29, 2014 ... their eyelids with antimony, whose plastered faces, too white for human beings, look like idols; and if in a moment of forgetfulness they shed a tear it makes a furrow where it rolls down the painted cheek; women to whom years do not bring the gravity of age, who load their heads with other people's hair, enamel a lost youth upon the wrinkles of age, and affect a maidenly timidity in the midst of a troop of grandchildren." Even the clergy of Rome didn't get a break. He said, "All their anxiety ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/09/st-jerome-irritable.html

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