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Memorial of Saint Agnes, Virgin and Martyr BIG C CATHOLICS - January 20, 2017 ... glory. St. Jerome writes: "All nations, especially their Christian communities, praise in word and writing the life of St. Agnes. She triumphed over her tender age as well as over the merciless tyrant. To the crown of spotless innocence she added the glory of martyrdom." Agnes's name should be traced to the Greek hagne meaning "the pure", rather than to the Latin agna , "lamb". The Latin derivation prevailed in the early Church. The reason may ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/memorial-of-saint-agnes-virgin-and.html

A Proper Hymn for St Anthony the Abbot NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 17, 2017 ... comfort, o Jesus, our redemption. O mni degebat tempore Poenas ferens in corpore, Memor tuorum operum, Conditor alme siderum. Every season he passed bearing hardship in his body, mindful of Thy works, o holy creator of the stars. N octes orationibus Deduxit et laboribus, Nec cessavit ab opere Iam lucis orto sidere. He passed the nights in labors and prayers, nor ceased he from work once the sun had risen. I eiuniis se macerans, Verberibus se lacerans, Desiderabat ingredi Ad cœnam Agni ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/NQZpTxBrEeg/a-proper-hymn-for-st-anthony-abbot.html

Celebrating Epiphany SHOWER OF ROSES - January 15, 2017 January 6, 2017 - Epiphany of the Lord And behold the star, which they had seen in the East, went before them, until it came and stood over where the Child was. And seeing the star they rejoiced with exceeding great joy. - Matt. II, 9, 10 #epiphanyofthelord #wheredidweputtheblessedchalk #hopefullywecangetmoreaftermassonsunday Manger Scene and Three Kings from Naturally Catholic An Alphabet of the Altar And Other Holies from St. Augustine Academy Press The Three Wise Men left ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/K515GyOeUus/celebrating-epiphany.html

Homily - 8 January 2016 - The Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord SERVANT AND STEWARD - January 8, 2017 The Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord Dear brothers and sisters, These learned men from the East are much like the shepherds who adored the newborn King only a few days ago. The shepherds, we are told, were "keeping watch over their flocks by night" ( Luke 2:8 ). The Magi were likewise keeping watch, not over flocks, but over the heavens, which is why they could say, "We have seen his star at its rising," the Magi told King Herod ( Matthew 2:2 ). Both groups, shepherds ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/5k_rXbRp6vc/homily-8-january-2016-solemnity-of.html

Epiphany of the Lord CATHOLIC CUISINE - January 6, 2017 ... conference, on the Sunday between January 2 and January 8. ( source ) The word Epiphany means "manifestation." As such, the object of the Church on this feast is not only to commemorate the historical arrival of the Magi with their gifts for the new-born King, but moreover to adore the same Christ Who continues to reveal Himself to us today. It is an ancient custom to bless the home on Epiphany followed by a festive meal. The current year and the legendary initials of the ...http://catholiccuisine.blogspot.com/2017/01/epiphany.html

Jerusalem: Latin Patriarchate Homily for World Day of Peace 2017 CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 3, 2017 Most Rev Pierbattista Pizzaballa OFM, Apostolic Administrator of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, gave the following homily Sunday, the Feast of Our Lady, Mother of God and World Day of Peace 2017. A few days ago, we celebrated the birth of the Lord, and we called to mind that event which happened in history when God clothed himself with our flesh. Now we continue to celebrate Christmas, because that birth does not cease to be vital, active: ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/jerusalem-latin-patriarchate-homily-for.html

The Nativity of the Lord: Mass at Night Καθολικός διάκονος - December 25, 2016 http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-nativity-of-lord-mass-at-night.html

A Christmas Message From Church Leaders in the Holy Land CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 24, 2016 ... are delighted to share with you again the message of the Nativity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ from the heart of Bethlehem. Through the incarnation of the Word a new light has dawned upon the world, and Jesus the son of God dwelt amongst us and took our human nature of the Blessed Virgin Mary to reveal the radiance of God's glory, so that we might be brought out of darkness into God's marvellous light. The Good News brought to us, and to the whole ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/12/a-christmas-message-from-church-leaders.html

Liturgical Notes on the Vigil of Christmas NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 24, 2016 ... origin of Mary may be shown. Secondly, lest she be stoned by the Jews as an adulteress. Third, that She might have a protector as She fled to Egypt. The martyr Ignatius (of Antioch) added a fourth reason why He was conceived of one espoused, saying, "that His birth might be concealed from the devil, who would think that He was begotten not of a virgin, but of one married. "Before they came together, she was found with child of the Holy Ghost." She was found so by no other, but only by Joseph, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ly7vwRdS6GQ/liturgical-notes-on-vigil-of-christmas.html

The Ox, Ass, and the Master's Crib UNAM SANCTAM CATHOLICAM - December 22, 2016 The birth of Jesus Christ has been a favorite theme of Christian artists throughout history. And no wonder; the birth of the incarnate Word of God was the beginning of God's ultimate work of salvation. It was the beginning of the long journey that would end on Golgotha. Christian artistic tradition has developed a standard manner of depicting Christ's birth in art, based on the accounts of the Gospels. The details may vary, but we recognize the different elements - a ...http://unamsanctamcatholicam.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-ox-ass-and-masters-crib.html

Fourth Sunday of Advent, Cycle A LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - December 18, 2016 ... was discovered that these Antiphons are structured in a unique way and why the O Come Emmanuel is actually the last and climactic verse in the series. Because, these Antiphons, as you heard, were originally written in Latin, and the first letters of each word from the Latin form a new word: S-A-R-C-O-R-E, which doesn't mean anything until it is reversed, because when it is reversed it forms a new word: ERO ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2016/12/fourth-sunday-of-advent-cycle-a.html

Homily - 18 December 2016 - The Fourth Sunday of Advent: There Is Still Time to Be Still SERVANT AND STEWARD - December 18, 2016 ... deepest needs and wishes - in such a way that his or her desires become my own. More than being about submission, obedience, properly understood, is listening to another person with the heart, of knowing the other so well that I anticipate his or desires and needs. "This," then, "is true Christian obedience, which is freedom: not [to do] as I want, with my own plan of life for myself, but in putting myself at [God's] disposal so that he will make use of me. And in placing myself in his hands I ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/NLzPsdxWAow/homily-18-december-2016-fourth-sunday.html

Reading the O Antiphons Forward NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 17, 2016 ... well-known fact that the first letters of the seven titles with which the O antiphons begin, when read in reverse order, form an anagram, ERO CRAS, Latin for "tomorrow I shall be." The order in which they are sung, however, is not purely casual, nor arranged solely for the sake of the anagram; it also forms a catechesis on the history of salvation in Christ. " O Sapientia " refers to the eternal pre-existence of the Word, and His role in creation, an idea of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bNexIEHXv88/reading-o-antiphons-forward.html

The 'O' Antiphons CATHOLIC HOTDISH - December 16, 2016 ... Virgin Mary (Lk 1:46-55) and offered each day at Evening Prayer. The "O" Introduction. Each antiphon begins with a short O phrase that reveals an aspect of the identity of the newborn Son of the Most High whose kingdom will never end. December 17 begins O Sapientia, O Wisdom; followed by O Adonai, O Lord; O Radix Jesse, O Root of Jesse; O Clavis David, O Key of David; O Oriens, O Rising Sun; O Rex Gentium, O King of the Nations; and O Emmanuel, O God with Us. After the opening ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/eCo5EK_95Bg/

Anointing of the Sick THE WANDERING FRIAR - December 15, 2016 ... death itself will be overcome. Many people grew up when this sacrament was called Extreme Unction. The word extreme , translated into English from the Latin, does not mean in extreme danger, It refers to the anointing of the extremities because years ago the hands and feet as well as the forehead were anointed. To clarify this misunderstanding the Church now refers to the sacrament as The Anointing of the Sick. The forehead and hands are now anointed. We often ...http://frjohnsblog.blogspot.com/2016/12/anointing-of-sick.html

The O Antiphons NEW HORIZONS - December 15, 2016 ... just for the house of Israel, but all nations will be ruled by this prince of Peace. '' O come O Emmanuel .." Emmanuel means 'God-with-us "and is a term that applied to Jesus in the gospel ( Mt 1:23). The exact origin of the O Antiphons is not known. Boethius (c. 480-524) made a slight reference to them, thereby suggesting their presence at that time. At the Benedictine abbey of Fleury (now Saint-Benoit-sur-Loire), these antiphons were recited by the abbot and other abbey leaders in descending ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/TtQdO_HNu58/the-o-antiphons.html

Adventus 1 FRANCISCAN WAY - December 13, 2016 ... However, I came across a translation that both surprised and struck me. Adventus also has a military connotation: incursion or invasion. It turns out that in ancient Rome, the Romans held a special ceremony, an adventus, in which an emperor was formally welcomed with a glorious entry into a city either during a progress or after military campaign. I found this meaning to be so fitting, seeing as to how we celebrate Advent, as a waiting, or rather, a joyful anticipation of the coming of the ...http://1franciscanway.blogspot.com/2016/12/adventus.html

St. Lucy, Virgin and Martyr ATONEMENTONLINE - December 13, 2016 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/2016/12/st-lucy-virgin-and-martyr.html

Gaudete Sunday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - December 11, 2016 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/2016/12/gaudete-sunday.html

Gaudete Sunday – The Third Sunday of Advent CATHOLIC HOTDISH - December 9, 2016 A Joyful Sunday. The Third Sunday of Advent is also known as Gaudete Sunday. The word "gaudete" is derived from the Latin words "gaudium," joy, and "gaudeo," to rejoice or be glad. Gaudete Sunday occurs eight to thirteen days before Christmas, and the nearness of this major feast is reason for great joy. The Term "Gaudete." Gaudete is taken from the Entrance Antiphon: "Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice. Indeed, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/f2-UqnYGiqg/

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