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"I Loved My Own Way, Not Yours, but It Was a Truant's Freedom That I Loved". - St. Augustine ABBEY ROADS - August 28, 2015 Compunction of St. Augustine, Fra Angelico. I took the header quote from Fr. Z's post on the saint here . The quote, translated from the Latin "amans vias meas et non tuas, amans fugitivam libertatem" (3.3.5) is how Augustine described his 'profligate youth'. It really nails the experience of many a youth, I think. At least mine. (I never grew up until I was 50, and even then I was pretty retarded.) That said, St. Augustine, please pray for me! Interestingly Fr. Z says that ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/08/i-loved-my-own-way-not-yours-but-it-was.html

Tradition, Revolution, and Capital Punishment Revisited CATHOLIC CHAMPION BLOG - August 23, 2015 In today's climate within the Catholic Church, traditionalism is usually defined by one's preference of the Mass. If one prefers the Latin Mass to the Novus Ordo, one is usually labeled as a "traditional" Catholic. This label is also applied to those who are sympathetic to SSPX circles or groups of Catholics who may show concern for the climate of the Church since Vatican II. This label however is not a suitable to define what a "traditional" Catholic is. A ...http://catholicchampion.blogspot.com/2015/08/traditionalism-revolutionism-and.html

Why Are the Readings Not Chanted? THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - August 18, 2015 ... that Lectors in such seminaries do not read or chant the epistle at Mass. Their "ministry of reading" is limited to occasionally chanting one of the lessons when there are several before the epistle (on ember days, for example.) The epistle itself is always chanted by the subdeacon at High Mass, chanted by the celebrant at Missa Cantata (solemn Mass without a deacon and subdeacon) and read by the celebrant at Low Mass. So if we are to base the question of who should read the epistle in the ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2015/08/why-are-readings-not-chanted.html

The Blessing of a Chariot THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - August 17, 2015 When I studied Latin in Rome with Fr Reginald Foster, he used to suggest that a good word for a car was autorhaeda , a word in fact used in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis of 1965 when speaking of a visit made by Pope Paul VI to the Basilica of St Chrysogonus in Trastevere. The word raeda (without the "h") was used by Caesar, Cicero and Horace for a travelling wagon with four wheels and the addition of "auto" does not make for ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2015/08/the-blessing-of-chariot.html

Introducing a New Blog : Our Franciscan Fiat ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - August 15, 2015 ... Father can help us t o speak anew and to live each day our "Yes" to our vocation." Read more about what it means to be a Franciscan Sister of Dillingen , on a day to day basis and may "the Lord give you ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2015/08/introducing-new-blog-our-franciscan-fiat.html

Cardinal Sarah at Fontgombault - Exclusive - "Jesus Speaks to Us Through the Liturgy and the Radiance of His Glory" RORATE CÆLI - August 15, 2015 ... love. She had personally experienced Jesus' redeeming love, and she had dedicated herself unreservedly to His service. We see her fully associated to the sorrowful moment of the crucifixion and death of Jesus on the Golgotha, beside John and the Blessed Virgin Mary: There were standing by the cross of Jesus His mother, and His mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. (John 19:25) Since the day on which "Mary, who was called Magdalene" was delivered from seven devils (Lk ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/08/cardinal-sarah-at-fontgombault.html

The Blessing of Herbs on the Feast of the Assumption NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 15, 2015 ... in the garden of Gethsemani, outside the city; three days later, when Thomas arrived in Jerusalem, he wished to venerate it. The Apostles went as a group to the tomb, but on opening it, discovered that Her body was no longer there, and a sweet odor came forth, confirming that (as Damascene writes) "Whom once it pleased to take the flesh from the Virgin Mary, and become a man, and be born (of Her)… and who after birth preserved Her virginity incorrupt, it also pleased, after Her passing, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ctmUoYnwrtQ/the-blessing-of-herbs-on-feast-of.html

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle B LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - August 15, 2015 ... "goodbye," rather they will say "go forth, the Mass is ended," or "Go and announce the Gospel of the Lord," or any of the other choices they have been given. And the reason is because when the Mass used to be in Latin, the priest would say "Ite, (e-tay) missa est," which means "Go, it is has been sent." It was and still is a way of underscoring the fact that what occurs upon that altar is not ended, but, rather, continues in each and every one of us, that, ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2015/08/15th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-cycle-b.html

Beautiful Article About Pope Benedict MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - August 14, 2015 ... Council's wish that 'the patrimony of sacred music [is] preserved and developed with great care'. Then he asked: what is music? He identified three places from which it flowed. First, the experience of love, opening 'a new grandeur and breadth of reality' that inspires music. Second, 'the experience of sadness, death, sorrow and the abysses of existence'. These open 'in an opposite direction, new dimensions of reality that can no longer find answers in discourses alone'. Third, the encounter ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2015/08/beautiful-article-about-pope-benedict.html

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin: August 15 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - August 13, 2015 ... her only hours before her death and yet she was as sharp as a tack, greeting me by name, thanking me for coming to see her, and joining wholeheartedly in the prayers I offered with her and for her. But there were moments during my visit when Margaret seemed distracted from our conversation, straining to see something above her that I couldn't see. And several times she turned her head, as if to listen more closely to a voice I could not hear... I don't know, but I would not be surprised if ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/08/assumption-of-blessed-virgin-august-15.html

A Brief Biblical Manual on the Problem of Deception COMMUNITY IN MISSION - August 13, 2015 ... ensnared by error. Indeed, so easily are we carried away by the latest fashions, trends, and thinking of the world. Having been carried away, we are ensnared by error, and to some degree cut off from the truth. Regarding the Greek roots, there are several words in the Greek New Testament that often get translated as "deceive" in English. But by far the most common is πλανάω (planao), meaning to go astray, to deviate from the correct path, to roam into error, to wander ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/08/a-brief-biblical-manual-on-the-problem-of-deception/

Sacramentals of the Assumption of Our Lady: Herbs, Fruits, and Flowers A CATHOLIC LIFE - August 10, 2015 ... it is a Sunday, otherwise immediately before Mass, the priest, standing before the altar and facing the people who hold the herbs and fruits in their hands, says in a clear voice: P: Our help is in the name of the Lord. All: Who made heaven and earth. Psalm 64 P: To you we owe our hymn of praise, O God, in Sion; to you must vows be fulfilled, you who hear prayers. All: To you all flesh must come* because of wicked deeds. P: We are overcome by our sins; * it is you who pardon ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/oSQn8r60XZQ/sacramentals-of-assumption-of-our-lady.html

Reminder: Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society RORATE CÆLI - August 4, 2015 ... one of you will be our 60th? Priests: The Souls still need more of you saying Mass for them! Please email me to offer your services. There's nothing special involved -- all you need to do is offer a weekly or monthly TLM with the intention: "For the Souls enrolled in the Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society." The overwhelming majority of our priests are diocesan with all the time crunches that parish life brings. So we are making a special plea today for you traditional order priests -- join the ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/08/reminder-rorate-caeli-purgatorial.html

Pondering and Praying the Prefaces of the Sundays of the Year COMMUNITY IN MISSION - July 29, 2015 ... work of the Lord freed us from the yoke, the heavy and crushing weight, of sin and death. We had a debt that we could not pay, a burden that we could not carry; an eternal death or exile from the Lord awaited us. But Jesus has freed us, Hallelujah! And yet salvation is not merely being freed from something; it is being freed for something. We are not merely restored; we are exulted, raised higher. The preface goes on to teach of the positive and exalting ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/07/pondering-and-praying-the-prefaces-of-the-sundays-of-the-year/

Hidden Jewels: Appreciating the Prefaces of Of the Eucharistic Prayer COMMUNITY IN MISSION - July 28, 2015 ... extent, it fails to take wing because of the rather earthbound notion that most moderns have of the Mass. Very few attending Mass today think much of the heavenly liturgy. Rather, they are focused on their parish Church, the priest in front of them, and the people around them. But this is NOT an adequate vision for the Mass. In the end, there is only one liturgy: the one in Heaven. There is only one altar: the one in Heaven. There is only one High Priest: Jesus in Heaven. In the Mass, we are ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/07/preface-1/

Post #287 VENITE, MISSA EST! - July 28, 2015 ... to, the community and parish, Venite Missa Est! is by no means, in any way an official voice of any particular parish or the Diocese of Wichita. Venite Missa Est! is strictly a private layman's endeavor. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ July 29th: St. Martha, Virgin- 3rd class The Roman Missal (1962) Baronius Press Martha, sister of Mary Magdalene and Lazarus, lived at Bethany a humble and active life. She often gave hospitality to our Lord. According to one account they ended their days at ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/VeniteMissaEst/~3/5v3lMEqT2Fs/post-287.html

Incontinence TIGERISH WATERS - July 27, 2015 It is the appetite incontinence of our adult years I wish to write about and not any toilet related use of the word. Aristotle in the Nichomachean Ethics explains the difference between the continent and the incontinent thus: Again, the incontinent man acts with appetite, but not with choice; while the continent man on the contrary acts with choice [ will or purpose ], but not with appetite . Ethics III 2 . Incontinence is a stage beyond sin. Sin has to be a ...http://tigerishwaters.blogspot.com/2015/07/incontinence.html

Francis Recalls His Recent Trip to Latin America VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - July 20, 2015 Vatican City, 19 July 2015 (VIS) – Pope Francis, in today's Sunday Angelus, commended the fruits of his recent apostolic trip in Latin America to the Virgin Mary, venerated in those lands as Our Lady of Guadalupe, and thanked the people of Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay for their warm and affectionate welcome, and for their enthusiasm. He also offered thanks to the authorities of the three countries for their collaboration, and for all the clergy, from the bishops to ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/07/francis-recalls-his-recent-trip-to.html

All Have Fallen Short of the Glory of God – A Reflection on the Need to Remember That Heroes Are Still Human COMMUNITY IN MISSION - July 19, 2015 ... setting ourselves up for deep disappointment. And this disappointment is rooted in our rushed and simplistic judgments about people. The fact is, people are generally a mixed bag, often possessed of great gifts, yet afflicted by human weaknesses and flaws. Scripture says, No one is good but God alone (Mk 10:18 inter al ). It also says, For God regards all men as sinners, that he may have mercy on all (Rom 11:23). This the human condition: gifted but flawed. Hence, we do well to carefully ...http://blog.adw.org/2015/07/all-have-fallen-short-of-the-glory-of-god/

Apologetics Toolbox: Sin, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation OUTSIDE THE ASYLUM - July 18, 2015 ... means, such as a person to whom the gospel has never been revealed. Paul argues that those who never had the Law of Moses yet fulfilled the moral requirements of the Law "are a law to themselves, in that they show the work of the Law written in their hearts," and thus may be excused at the Last Judgment. ( Romans 2:12-16 ) Jesus forbade us to pass judgment on each other's souls ( Matthew 7:1-5 ); so we can't say with any final certainty that a particular person is either saved or damned. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Outside_The_Asylum/~3/uVHwwr8qBZQ/apologetics-toolbox-sin-forgiveness-and.html

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