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It's. Another. Religion. FR. Z'S BLOG - December 20, 2014 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/UGWtXPXipa8/

WDTPRS 4th Sunday of Advent (2002MR): Seeing Is Believing. FR. Z'S BLOG - December 19, 2014 ... Form of the Roman Rite (1962 MR ). The Annunciation was the moment of the Incarnation of our Lord. Therefore, on that feast and on Christmas, during the Creed of Holy Mass according to the Ordinary Form, we bend our knees instead of merely bowing at the words " Et incarnatus est… ". Alas, only on those two days do we kneel during the Creed with the Ordinary Form. If you recite the Angelus (which has an indulgence), you know today's Collect. It was in the 8th century ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/hKQ-nyOXARw/

On Christmas, Sort Of, and the Need to Celebrate It SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - December 19, 2014 ... to an end, her iniquity is forgiven: she hath received of the hand of the Lord double for all her sins. [3] The voice of one crying in the desert: Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make straight in the wilderness the paths of our God. [4] Every valley shall be exalted, and every mountain and hill shall be made low, and the crooked shall become straight, and the rough ways plain. [5] And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed, and all flesh ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2014/12/on-christmas-sort-of-and-need-to.html

What Kind of Priest Thought It Was Good to Whitewash, Trash Statues, Tear Out Altars? FR. Z'S BLOG - December 19, 2014 ... are going to get, whether we want it or not. His mercy we can always, confidently, ask. During Advent, we are admonished by the voice of John the Baptist to prepare the way of the Lord, who is coming. We are to make straight and smooth the path between us and Him. Let's look at it this way. When the Lord comes again (and let's include our going to Him in our own death), He will come by the straight path, whether or not we did anything to straighten it for Him. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/Uv9F6RhZqFs/

Christmas Novena Day 2 THOMAS FOR TODAY - December 17, 2014 ... the novena from Sr Anne Joan's blog. Here's an interesting tidbit about the O antiphons. If you take the first letter of each antiphon in Latin and put them in reverse order, you get ERO CRAS. In Latin, it means "tomorrow I will be." (ero = I will be; cras = tomorrow, from which we get the word procrastinate) E Emmanuel R Rex (king) O Orient (radiant dawn) C Key of David (clavis) R Root of Jesse (radix) A Lord (adonai) S ...http://thomasfortoday.blogspot.com/2014/12/christmas-novena-day-2.html

Gaudete Sunday, Cycle B LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - December 16, 2014 ... not as intense as before, the respite that it gives us from our own forms of fasting, our own means in which we make room for the Lord in our hearts, by letting go, by giving up those things that impede and create obstacles for Him to come into our lives in His fullness, to know that, indeed, our God is with us. This is why, after many years of searching, I stand before you with Rose colored vestments, but it is not just so I can wear them only twice during the Church year, it ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2014/12/gaudete-sunday-cycle-b.html

The Pope Prays to the Virgin of Guadalupe That the Future of Latin America Be Forged for the Poor VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - December 15, 2014 Vatican City, 13 December 2014 (VIS) – Yesterday afternoon, on the liturgical solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Guadalupe, patroness of Latin America, the Holy Father celebrated Mass in the Vatican Basilica. The celebration was accompanied by hymns from the "Misa Criolla", by the Argentine composer Ariel Ramirez. Extensive extracts from the homily pronounced by the Pontiff are published below: "Today, with gratitude and joy, the peoples and nations of our ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-pope-prays-to-virgin-of-guadalupe.html

How the Traditional Latin Mass Fosters More Active Participation Than the Ordinary Form NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 15, 2014 ... we see how the liturgy, though it must always be properly inculturated, must also be counter-cultural. [ link ] If your choir or schola sings Proper chants or motets at Mass, or if you'd like to see this happen someday, make sure you have this text from John Paul II ready for the person who objects: "But the people need to be singing everything!" Dom Alcuin Reid explained the Council's intention very succinctly in an interview last December: The Council called for participatio actuosa, which ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bHSFb0Z50vI/how-traditional-latin-mass-fosters-more.html

Gaudete Sunday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - December 14, 2014 It is Gaudete Sunday. Let us rejoice, for the Lord is near. As Fr. Mark says : Today's Introit is one of the few drawn from Saint Paul. It is an exhortation to joy, but its mood is quiet and reflective. "Joy to you in the Lord at all times; once again I wish you joy. Give proof to all of your courtesy. The Lord is near. Nothing must make you anxious; in every need, make your requests known to God, praying and beseeching Him, and giving ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2014/12/gaudete-sunday.html

Homily for the Third Sunday of Advent, December 14, 2014 BIG C CATHOLICS - December 14, 2014 Fr. René J. Butler, M.S. Director, La Salette Shrine Enfield, NH (Click here for today's readings) The third Sunday of Advent is called "Gaudete Sunday." It comes from the first word of the "Entrance antiphon" or "Introit" of the Mass. "Gaudete" is Latin for "rejoice," and the text of the antiphon is from Philippians 4:4, "Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice!" It appears inhttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2014/12/homily-for-third-sunday-of-advent.html

Humility—Third Sunday of Advent—Cycle C IS MY PHYLACTERY SHOWING? - December 14, 2014 ... 1:48–54; 1 Thess. 5:16–24; John 1:6–8, 19–28 This third Sunday of Advent is called Gaudete Sunday, from the Latin Introit for today's Mass from Philippians 4. "Rejoice in the Lord always." And also from the second reading today, which begins, "Semper gaudete." Always rejoice. We depart from the somber tone of this penitential season for a bit to celebrate the light that is dawning on us. So we light a rose colored candle and wear rose ...http://theocoid.blogspot.com/2014/12/humilitythird-sunday-of-adventcycle-c.html

What Is Joy? How Do We Obtain It? (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - December 14, 2014 ... That's why it's called Gaudete Sunday, which is Latin for "rejoice." So the Church wants us to pay attention to this. So let's look at it. What is joy? First, let me explain what it is not. Joy does not equal happiness. Let me offer an example. I knew a couple in Piqua, there names (changed) were Bob and Elizabeth. They were married over 60 years; a faithful couple. And when Elizabeth's health began to decline, they called me to come, and I did of course; I came several times, ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/12/what-is-joy-how-do-we-obtain-it-sunday.html

7 Reasons Why I Love Gaudete Sunday ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - December 13, 2014 The third Sunday of Advent is known as Gaudete Sunday. Gaudete Sunday takes its name from the first word of the Entrance Antiphon at Mass which proclaims: "Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say rejoice!" which reads in Latin as "Gaudete in Domino semper: iterum dico, gaudete." (Sounds so cool in Latin doesn't it?) Click here to read 7 reasons why I love Gaudete Sunday...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2014/12/7-reasons-why-i-love-gaudete-sunday.html

St. Lucy and Advent Ember Week FR. Z'S BLOG - December 13, 2014 13 December was the darkest day of the old Julian calendar. Thus, today in the Gregorian calendar is the feast of St. Lucy, whose name from the Latin lux, for "light", reminds us who dwell in the still darkening northern hemisphere that our days will soon be getting longer again. Lucy will usually be depicted in art with a lantern, or with a crown of candles, or – most commonly – with her own eyes on a platter. Some accounts have Lucy slain by having her ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/oMP7A0czSq0/

WDTPRS 3rd Sunday of Advent – "The Childlike Dash Towards the Long-Desired Thing" FR. Z'S BLOG - December 12, 2014 ... patiently watching his people as we go about the Advent business of doing penance and just works in joyful anticipation Christ's coming. NEW CORRECTED ICEL (2011) : O God, who see how your people faithfully await the feast of the Lord's Nativity, enable us, we pray, to attain the joys of so great a salvation, land to celebrate them always with solemn worship and glad rejoicing . ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/TWa9NEr-Swo/

"Suplico a Guadalupe – La Señora Mia, Mi Jovencita, Mi Pequeña – Acompañar Y Proteger Nuestro WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - December 12, 2014 ... SOLEMNIDAD DE NUESTRA SENORA DE GUADALUPE MADRE DE AMERICA BASILICA DE SAN PEDRO 12 DICIEMBRE 2014 "All the people praise you, Lord, all the people. Have mercy on us and give us your blessing; Lord, turn your eyes toward us. The earth knows your goodness and the people your salvific works. The nations sing of you with jubilation, because you judge the world with justice." (Psalm 66). The prayer of the psalmist, pleads for forgiveness and blessing for the ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2014/12/suplico-guadalupe-la-senora-mia-mi.html

St. Lucy, Virgin and Martyr ATONEMENTONLINE - December 12, 2014 Lucy's name has as its root the Latin word for light, lux . This makes her commemoration all the more meaningful during this time of Advent, as we increase each week the number of candles we light on the Advent wreath, reminding us that our lives are to be more and more illumined by the light of Christ. We can be certain that there was a young Christian girl named Lucy who lived at the end of the 3rd century and into the beginning of the 4th century, ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/12/st-lucy-virgin-and-martyr.html

Immaculate Conception, Cycle B LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - December 8, 2014 ... and the seemingly vast difference between the old translation to the new. One word that is particularly difficult not just to say but also to understand is the word that we will hear today said during the prayer over the gifts, the word prevenient. Within its context it says in part: "Graciously accept the saving sacrifice which we offer you, O Lord, on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2014/12/immaculate-conception-cycle-b.html

How I Found My Vocation: By a Traditional Seminarian HOLY VOCATIONS - December 8, 2014 ... other superior involved in the seminarian's evaluation, and ultimately, the Ordaining bishop. God's providence is always a bit mysterious to us because we cannot see everything all at once like He does. That only men can be priests is simple enough to understand, from Divine Revelation, and even from some natural considerations of the differences between men and women. But as to why God chooses this man and not another, all other things being equal, this is the more mysterious question. By the ...http://holyvocations.blogspot.com/2014/12/how-i-found-my-vocation-by-traditional.html

'Wearing the Veil' on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception SCELATA - December 6, 2014 ... minimalist of Ordinary Form Masses at the most casual of parishes that we will attend, (and need I add? nary a word of Latin is ever spoken or sung,) -- but I'd been thinking about wearing a veil to Mass Monday morning. Frankly, if I do we shall actually be less conspicuous than usual, since I am "that one that wears a hat," to most of my fellow parishioners. Nicely, this is an initiative on colleges, not something started by crones like me. I did wear a hat ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2014/12/wearing-veil-on-solemnity-of-immaculate.html

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