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St. Jerome the Irritable ATONEMENTONLINE - September 29, 2016 ... 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/2016/09/st-jerome-irritable.html

Cardinal Koch: "It Is a Wonderful Event to Be in Front of the Face of Christ" SERVANT AND STEWARD - September 26, 2016 ... re-evaluate the images in the Western tradition. With the Reform of the sixteenth century, we have placed a whole new accent on the word. But the Word has become flesh, the Word became visible, so also the images belong to the faith. This is a gift from the Orthodox that we welcome gratefully. At Chieti, in these recent days the delicate question of the theological and ecclesiological relations between primacy and synodality in the life of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/V8aGvFbIa9U/cardinal-koch-it-is-wonderful-event-to.html

The Volto Santo and King Arthur? SERVANT AND STEWARD - September 26, 2016 ... you can see the face of the badge resembles the Volto Santo . Sumption also note s th at the vernicle is mentioned by William Langland in his The Vision of Piers Plowman : An hundred of ampulles on his hat seten, Signes of Syse and shelles of Galice, And many a crou ch on his cloke, and keyes of Rome, And the vernicle bifore, for men sh olde knowe And se bi hise signes whom he sought hadde ( Passus V , 520-524). It helps to read the above text out loud to note the s similarities with our ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/2K6Hq4QALc8/the-volto-santo-and-king-arthur.html

Orthodox Bishops Celebrate the Divine Liturgy Before the Volto Santo SERVANT AND STEWARD - September 18, 2016 Word of the Volto Santo - the veil that covered the face of Christ Jesus in the tomb and now bears the image of his face after his Resurrection - slowly continues to spread among the faithful as the desire to behold the face of God increases in the hearts of those who love him. Today, nearly seventy bishops of the Latin and Orthodox Churches taking part in the fourteenth plenary session of the joint commission for theological dialogue between the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/MCrbCl0UokA/orthodox-bishops-celebrate-divine.html

Archbishop Eamon Martin Expresses His Solidarity to Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 16, 2016 Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, has expressed his solidarity to the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, as part of an address Thursday to Bishop William Hanna Shomali, auxiliary bishop of the Latin Patriarchate. Archbishop Martin was speaking in Jerusalem where he is leading an eight-day pilgrimage of solidarity to the Holy Land accompanied by 177 pilgrims from all around Ireland. In his address, Archbishop Eamon said, ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/archbishop-eamon-martin-expresses-his.html

A Name Loved by Angels and Terrible to Demons SERVANT AND STEWARD - September 12, 2016 ... way? Life is like a voyage on the sea of history, often dark and stormy, a voyage in which we watch for the stars that indicate the route. The true stars of our life are the people who have lived good lives. They are lights of hope. Certainly, Jesus Christ is the true light, the sun that has risen above all the shadows of history. But to reach him we also need lights close by—people who shine with his light and so guide us along our way. Who more than Mary could be a star of hope for us? ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/Sdu3Tr3Q2P0/as-we-celebrate-today-memorial-of-holy.html

Sermon for the 16th Sunday After Pentecost: What Is True Humility? RORATE CÆLI - September 5, 2016 ... Latin word for ground, earth, humus. This is humus with one m, no chick peas involved here. No. Humilitas is the quality of living close to the ground. Now there are those who fake humility, those who pretend that the live close to the ground and have no aspirations to rise higher, no aspirations to get the best seats at the banquet. Literature is full of these phony people, from Dickens' Uriah Heep to Moliere's Tartuffe. Frauds, But Jesus says: blessed are ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/09/sermon-for-16th-sunday-after-pentecost.html

Homo Sapiens Thrive In/On Communio Καθολικός διάκονος - September 3, 2016 ... example of what he means. This leads him, in a very G.E. Moore-like manner, which Wittgenstein found infuriatingly naïve, to ask if the Peugeot automobile company really exists. The only sensible answer is, "Of course it does." Seeing Peugeot and, by extension, not only other corporations, but governments and religious institutions as fictions, that is, products of collective human imagination, he stumbles onto something quite insightful: human beings live from stories. But he seems to ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/09/homo-sapiens-thrive-inon-communio.html

Reminder: Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society RORATE CÆLI - September 2, 2016 ... monthly reminder to please enroll Souls of the Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society. We now stand at 76 priests saying weekly or monthly traditional Latin Masses for the Souls. NEW! Click here to download a "fillable" PDF Mass Card to give to the loved ones of the Souls you enroll. It's free. 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 ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/09/reminder-rorate-caeli-purgatorial.html

St. Gregory the Great, Pope and Doctor of the Church BIG C CATHOLICS - September 2, 2016 http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/09/saint-gregory-great-pope-and-doctor.html

"OMG [sic] and Why Jews Got the Message Clearer Than Christians THE LADY IN THE PEW - September 1, 2016 ... time? I wince. Why? Because this is clear violation of the Commandment of the Lord. "Thou shall not take of the LORD thy God in vain." Can't be any clearer. Did you know that, in Hebrew, there's no word for "person?" And so we use the word "name" instead. (I'm not telling you this so you can show off your knowledge at your next party, by the way.) :-) So. When you say -- say after finding that dress you've been looking for, or ...http://pewlady.blogspot.com/2016/09/omg-sic-and-why-jews-got-message.html

Prayers of Surrender to God's Will CATHOLIC FIRE - August 31, 2016 Suscipe Take, O Lord, and receive my entire liberty, my memory, my understanding and my whole will. All that I am and all that I possess, Thou hast given me: I surrender it all to Thee to be disposed of according to Thy will. Give me only Thy love and Thy grace; with these I will be rich enough and will desire nothing more. Amen. -- Suscipe (from the Latin word "receive") is a short but powerful prayer attributed to St. Ignatius Loyola. ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/08/prayers-of-surrender-to-gods-will.html

Humility—22nd Sunday for Ordinary Time (Cycle C) IS MY PHYLACTERY SHOWING? - August 28, 2016 ... there is something to it. To be humiliated or to be humbled is to be brought low—to be taken down a notch. Humiliation is something that happens to us. Humility, on the other hand, is something we choose. The word itself means lowness or baseness, But perhaps another way to look at humility is in the order of unpretentiousness, and that is how humility is virtuous. To be humble is to see ourselves as we are—to not pretend to be something we are not. In the ...http://theocoid.blogspot.com/2016/08/humility22nd-sunday-for-ordinary-time.html

Humility Καθολικός διάκονος - August 28, 2016 ... way, unworried about balance. While he certainly urges us not to exalt ourselves, it is with reference to other people. In other words, he is telling us to put others before ourselves. This is what it means to observe the second of the Lord's two Great Commandments, loving our neighbor as we love ourselves. We are to have a just love of self. Neither does Jesus urge us to take the lowest seat out of calculation, only in order to gain a more exalted place. It seems that, too, ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/08/humility.html

No One Greater YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - August 28, 2016 http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/08/no-one-greater.html

For the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - August 23, 2016 ... to God, through whose word "the earth produced vegetation: plants bearing seeds in their several kinds, and trees bearing fruit with their seed inside in their several kinds"(Gen 1, 12) in order to obtain what was formerly obtained by magic rites; to stem the damages deriving from poisonous herbs, and benefit from the efficacy of curative herbs. This ancient use came to be associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary, in part because of the biblical images applied to her such as ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2016/08/for-solemnity-of-assumption-of-blessed.html

The 50th Anniversary of Pope Paul VI's Sacrificium Laudis NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 15, 2016 ... all of which subsequently became prominent features of postconciliar liturgical life: 62. Assuredly it is a wise and most laudable thing to return in spirit and affection to the sources of the sacred liturgy. For research in this field of study, by tracing it back to its origins, contributes valuable assistance towards a more thorough and careful investigation of the significance of feast-days, and of the meaning of the texts and sacred ceremonies employed on their occasion. But it is neither ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/-2ITW2nTuvI/the-50th-anniversary-of-pope-paul-vis.html

Assumptions A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - August 14, 2016 ... birthday! I saw 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 ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/08/assumptions.html

Daily Word, 04 Aug 16 TO FIND FRUIT - August 4, 2016 ... Lord . God desires intimate nearness with us; God creates us each moment with God's longings within us. As we grow more aware of them some of our deep longings cause us to wonder, worry—even be frightened. I can feel a question bubbling inside someone: why do we have such great difficulties when God creates us this way? Jesus put it crisply to Peter, who represents us as he represented the disciples and speaks for us: we are humanly wise not wise according to God's heart ...http://findfruit.blogspot.com/2016/08/daily-word-04-aug-16.html

Reminder: Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society RORATE CÆLI - August 1, 2016 ... monthly reminder to please enroll Souls of the Rorate Caeli Purgatorial Society. We now stand at 76 priests saying weekly or monthly traditional Latin Masses for the Souls. We added two new priests last month -- one wonderful European, and a newly-ordained great young priest. NEW! Click here to download a "fillable" PDF Mass Card to give to the loved ones of the Souls you enroll. It's free. Priests: The Souls still need more of you saying Mass for them! Please email me to ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/08/reminder-rorate-caeli-purgatorial.html

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