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Quick Lessons From the Catechism: The Kingdom of God TOM PERNA™ - July 26, 2014 Over the past three Sundays in the Latin rite of the Catholic Church, we have been hearing about the Kingdom of Heaven parables in the Gospel of St. Matthew. Although there are parables with this same motif in the other Gospels, we see St. Matthew focusing on the Kingdom of Heaven because he is trying to prove to his audience, Jewish Christians (those who were either converting to Christianity or those who had already converted), that Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of ...http://tomperna.org/2014/07/26/quick-lessons-from-the-catechism-the-kingdom-of-god/

St. James - Santiago Peregrino Drinks CATHOLIC CUISINE - July 25, 2014 ... "pilgrim" water. San Pellegrino waters are a refreshing drink - whether the natural sparkling water or one of their flavored varieties. Our family loves these and looks for any excuse to celebrate with them. It is a great last minute idea because there is no preparation, just buy a bottle or a six-pack and you are ready to go. Particularly for this feast day the blood orange flavor, Aranciata Rossa, seems fitting since St. James was a martyr and shed his blood for the faith. " O God, who ...http://catholiccuisine.blogspot.com/2014/07/st-james-santiago-peregrino.html

Visions of St Bernard of Clairvaux IDLE SPECULATIONS - July 20, 2014 ... of your womb. You offer the holy victim, pleasing to God, for the reconciliation of us all" (St Bernard) Mary is depicted after the Annunciation and prior to the Nativity of Christ St Bernard wrote much about Mary Of the Annunciation and Pentecost, St Bernard wrote: ""Coming to her the Holy Spirit filled her with grace for herself; when the same Spirit pervaded her again she became superabundant and redounding in grace for us also." (Second homily Super Missus es t, n. 2: PL 183, 64.) He ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/Uocyk/~3/i3D6689oGe0/visions-of-st-bernard-of-clairvaux.html

15 Phrases and Sayings NOT in the Bible AGGIE CATHOLICS - July 19, 2014 ... what kind of fruit is was. The apple grew out of Christian tradition and may have been a result of artists trying to depict The Fall. It might also have come from the Latin word for evil ("malum" = evil / "malus" = apple). Some say it was likely a pomegranate. But, we do not know. 10 - "The lion will lay down with the lamb" A very common misquote of Scripture. Isaiah 11:6 reads "Then the wolf shall be a guest of the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2014/07/15-phrases-and-sayings-not-in-bible.html

Something Greater Than the Temple YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - July 17, 2014 Friday of the Fifteenth Week in Ordinary Time By Melanie Rigney (Isaiah came to Hezekiah and said:) "Thus says the LORD: Put your house in order, for you are about to die; you shall not recover." Then Hezekiah turned his face to the wall and prayed to the LORD: "O LORD, remember how faithfully and wholeheartedly I conducted myself in your presence, doing what was pleasing to you!" And Hezekiah wept bitterly. Then the word ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/07/something-greater-than-temple.html

Celebrating the Liturgy "Worthily, Attentively and Devoutly": Interview With Fr. Samuel F. Weber, O.S.B. NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 16, 2014 ... melodies. There are 481 hymns in toto, with a supplement of additional texts. As time goes on, it is my hope that this collection will inspire gifted poets to improve on the translations included in this volume, and so enrich the prayer life of the Church for those who choose to use the English language. The book also includes the Gospel Canticles—the Benedictus, the Magnificat, and the Nunc Dimittis—with all their ferial antiphons, and each in all 8 modes. For a celebration of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Be5UuVc3tNc/celebrating-liturgy-worthily.html

Mt. Carmel Novena, Day 6 -- "The Mystical Rose" FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - July 12, 2014 ... forth leaves in grace, and praise with canticles, and bless the Lord in his works." Ecclesiasticus 39:17-19 Carmel means "garden of God." Mt Carmel in ancient times was covered with flowers, and so became a figure of feminine beauty. "Thy head is like Carmel....How beautiful art thou, and how comely, my dearest, in delights." (Canticle of Canticles 7:5-6.) The rose has become a symbol of the beauty, love, joy, and sacrifice of the Blessed Virgin, just as the lily is the symbol ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2014/07/mt-carmel-novena-day-6-mystical-rose.html

You Can't Live Without Mass TEA AT TRIANON - July 9, 2014 ... the English word host, signifying the bread set apart for the Holy Sacrifice. In the Eastern Churches, the same bread set apart for the Holy Mysteries is called the lamb. By offering himself to God, man becomes a sacrificial victim, a hostia (host), an offering made over to God and identified with "the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world" (Apocalypse 13:8). ( Read more .) Part Two : Pope Saint Pius X declares "active participation in the most holy mysteries (the Holy ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2014/07/you-cant-live-without-mass.html

Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - July 9, 2014 ... That is, in what sort of environment do you find yourself to receive and nurture the Word of God? Every expert gardener knows the optimal conditions for planting vegetation, but we, as humans, cannot always control the environment in which we are to grow. We have to continually till our fields to keep it aerated properly, clear out rocks and invasive roots, make sure we get enough sunlight and rain, and stay clear of any debris that blows our way. The Gospel teaches us to ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2014/07/fifteenth-sunday-of-ordinary-tim.html

From Sea to (Shining) Sea CATHOLIC BIBLE STUDENT - A BLOG ABOUT THE BIBLE, CATHOLICISM - July 2, 2014 ... from north to east; they shall run to and fro, to seek the word of the LORD, but they shall not find it. (Amos 8:12 ESV) I will cut off the chariot from Ephraim and the war horse from Jerusalem; and the battle bow shall be cut off, and he shall speak peace to the nations; his rule shall be from sea to sea, and from the River to the ends of the earth. (Zech 9:10 ESV) The trouble with this little phrase is that it seems to denote a geographical reality, but ...http://catholicbiblestudent.com/2014/07/sea-shining-sea.html

Homily at First Vespers of Saints Peter and Paul VULTUS CHRISTI - June 29, 2014 ... hymn in praise of the Lord who so loves His Church that He blesses her children, places peace in her borders, and fills her with the wheat of the Most Holy Eucharist, the swift-running efficacy of His Word, and the very Breath of His mouth, the Holy Spirit. Both the antiphon and the psalm invite us to pray fervently and gratefully for Pope Benedict XVI and for the Church. Prayer for the Pope is as old as the Church herself. We read in Acts 12:5: "But prayer ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/06/homily-at-first-vespers-of-saints-peter-and-paul/

Quick Lessons From the Catechism: The Sacrament of Holy Orders TOM PERNA™ - June 28, 2014 http://tomperna.org/2014/06/28/quick-lessons-from-the-catechism-the-sacrament-of-holy-orders/

The Theology of the Offertory - Part 6: Prolepsis in the Offertory NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 26, 2014 ... (pp. 40-41; chapter 3 "Eucharistic Theology and the Rite of Mass.") Though disliked by people with tidy Germanic minds, the anticipation of the Anaphora… is a frequent feature of historic liturgy. It is even more pronounced in the Byzantine Rite… as the dedicated bread and wine are transferred to the altar at the Great Entrance, the choir sings 'Let us … now lay aside every earthly care, so that we may welcome the King of the universe, who comes escorted by invisible armies ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/GaE2PgN7pkE/the-theology-of-offertory-part-6.html

Rubricism... LITURGY REFLECTIONS - June 24, 2014 ... word meaning "red"). Rubricism is a scrupulous regard for following the directives and instructions to the last detail. There is certainly nothing wrong with following instructions and directives precisely, but there is something wrong when obsessive behavior in this regard blinds one to the deeper and more profound meaning of the liturgical rites. Bishop Richard J. Skilba, writing in the Milwaukee Catholic Herald , says that rubricism means "such an obsessive and driven ...http://liturgy.blogs.com/liturgy_reflections/2014/06/rubricism.html

Praying With the Ethiopians ABBEY ROADS - June 22, 2014 ... the Orthodox resist union with Rome, fearing they may be obliged to change their liturgical rites. Watching and listening to their Mass gives me a much deeper appreciation for the Extraordinary Form of Mass, and a deeper longing that the Ordinary Form will become more reverent and even return to Latin. I hope our devotion to the Eucharist will become more manifest and the practice of outward devotion return. I also respect the idea of woman veiling for Mass. How I wish ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2014/06/praying-with-ethiopians.html

Eating to Live HEART FOR GOD - June 22, 2014 ... Christianity. This is what Justin Martyr wrote in the mid-second century (within fifty years of the Apostle John's death): This food we call Eucharist, of which no one is allowed to partake except one who believes that the things we teach are true , and has received the washing for forgiveness of sins and for rebirth, and who lives as Christ handed down to us. For we do not receive these things as common bread or common drink ; but as Jesus Christ our Savior being incarnate by God's ...http://heartforgodltd.blogspot.com/2014/06/eating-to-live.html

Becoming What You Are Celebrating THE MATADOR WORD - June 20, 2014 ... teaching on the Eucharist, the Body and Blood of Christ, in the consecration, that we believe this bread and wine is "turned into"(in its substance), the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. Another word of "turning into" is transubstantiation. So, you can see why I have thought of the Mass every Sunday or everyday (transubstantiation) as "turn around time". However, there is a second consecration in the Eucharistic Prayer that is prayed over the assembly at ...http://thematadorword.blogspot.com/2014/06/becoming-what-you-are-celebrating.html

This Corpus Christi Let Your Eyes, Ears, Minds, Hearts and Souls Experience the Living Christ Here With Us HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - June 20, 2014 ... trials and tribulations of this day. Ask God to allow the words you are about to ponder, the melodies you will hear, and the images you will see penetrate your entire being and bring this great Eucharistic mystery alive in your heart, mind and soul. This is what I suggest. Feel free to ignore this suggestion. Take one hymn at a time. Read the lyrics. Read them more than once. Then click the name of that hymn. There will be two versions of each hymn. Listen and watch the video that will appear. ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2014/06/this-corpus-christi-let-your-eyes-ears.html

You Can Call Me Father DA MIHI ANIMAS - June 17, 2014 ... our earthly fathers and God. It is used to refer to people other than biological or legal fathers, and is used as a sign of respect to those with whom we have a special relationship. For example, Joseph tells his brothers of a special fatherly relationship God had given him with the king of Egypt: "So it was not you who sent me here, but God; and he has made me a father to Pharaoh, and lord of all his house and ruler over all the land of Egypt" (Gen. 45:8). Job indicates he ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/06/you-can-call-me-father.html

Draw Me to Thy Piercèd Side VULTUS CHRISTI - June 16, 2014 ... sacramentally her mystical experience of Christ's pierced Heart. Like the children of Israel, she drank "from the supernatural rock" (1 Cor 10:4), but journeyed in the wilderness nonetheless. The Mystical Exchange of Hearts Long hours in choir did little to console her. Her Latin was as poor as her French. Lutgarde's solitude was complete. The liturgical dialogue with God was as frustrating as dialogue with her sisters. When, in a mysterious visitation, Christ came to ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/06/draw-me-to-thy-pierced-side/

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