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Year B Second Sunday of Lent Καθολικός διάκονος - March 1, 2015 ... attention and then to heed. Of course, in English, we a have word for this: "obey." But our word "obey" finds its origin in the Latin word oboedire , which means to listen. In our first reading we see a clear demonstration of what it means to listen to God. Indeed, what we have heard proclaimed is surely one of the most disturbing events in all of Scripture. God speaks and Abraham not only hears, but listens. As a result, he ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/03/year-b-second-sunday-of-lent.html

Bugnini on Translation COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - March 1, 2015 ... very interesting. Why the suggestion of a 'new form?' What is meant by 'agreeable?' The scientific methods of the experts was not an area of settled agreement in the 1960s (it still isn't: translation is more of an art than a science, see Bellos' delightful book Is that a fish in your ear? for a good discussion of this). But in the 1960s, the whole business of textual and literary criticism was politicised, and subject to all manner of 'progressive' theories, not least concepts from ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2015/03/bugnini-on-translation.html

WDTPRS – 2nd Sunday of Lent: Purify Your "Spiritual View" Lest God Be Offended FR. Z'S BLOG - February 28, 2015 ... writers such as Sts Hilary of Poitiers (+c 368), Ambrose (+397) and in liturgical texts, gloria is more than fame or splendor of appearance. Our Latin liturgical gloria is the equivalent of biblical Greek doxa and Hebrew kabod . Romans translated these concepts also with words like maiestas and claritas . Gloria has to do with man's recognition of God as God. Gloria is a characteristic of God which He will share with us so as to transform us throughout eternity. The vocabulary ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/QNh1ho8CRyI/

Avoiding Stereotypes FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - February 27, 2015 ... limp excuse of protecting the Synod participants from 'confusion', yet as Matt Archbold reminds us the Pope had demanded 'parrhesia' open speech from Synod members. "Let us invoke openness to a sincere, open and fraternal exchange of views, that it might lead us to take pastoral responsibility for the questions that this changing time brings with it." — Pope Francis on the Synod. "Let no one say, 'This can't be said, they will think this or that about me.' Everything we feel must be ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2015/02/we-should-all-avoid-stereotypes.html

No Fish on Fridays: A Remembrance of God's Mercy and the Promise of the Resurrection of the Body SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 25, 2015 ... culminated in the Resurrection. The time of our resurrection, though, has not yet come, and so we now willingly take up some form of penance to join our sufferings to his. If we, then, eat fish and not meat on Fridays as we remember the Lord's death, it can be an opportunity for us not only to give up the pleasure of a steak or a pulled pork sandwich (one of my favorites) but also an opportunity to remember the Lord's mercy and the promise of the resurrection ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/W2_t9Jg21LI/no-fish-on-fridays-remembrance-of-gods.html

Four Ways for Your Students Survive and Thrive in Lent AVE MARIA PRESS BLOG - February 25, 2015 ... could come in the form of lesson plans that provide meditation focused on the Paschal Mystery, e.g., leading students through the recitation of the Stations of the Cross, or perhaps having them write a reflective journal narrative detailing the day-by-day inner torment that Jesus' eleven remaining Apostles may have experienced throughout that first Triduum and prior to the first Easter. Such endeavors will encourage your students to more fully appreciate what they have received from God's gift ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/EngagingFaith/~3/nKVLUWvb-qk/

Coptic Church Recognizes 21 Men Murdered by #ISIS As Holy Neo-Martyrs VIVIFICAT! - February 22, 2015 Icon of the 21 Coptic Holy New Martyrs Written by Tony Rezk (Click on it to enlarge it) Brothers and Sisters: May the Peace of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ be with all of you. This, according to Vatican Radio : The Coptic Orthodox Church has announced that the murder of the 21 Egyptian Christians killed by the so-called Islamic State in Libya will be commemorated in its Church calendar. Pope Tawadros II announced that the names of the martyrs will be inserted into ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cybercatholics/jrWV/~3/4GEnu_VsxCA/coptic-church-recognizes-21-men.html

Love for the Liturgy and Latin and the Lord SCELATA - February 21, 2015 ... Latin chant out of my great-grandfather's Liber Usualis , in the same way as someone I don't know in a country to which I've never been sang it a millennium ago, while a priest celebrates a Mass essentially unchanged for centuries? THAT'S a "fashion"?????????? As my friend Inigo would say, "I don' thin' that word means what you thin' it ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2015/02/love-for-liturgy-and-latin-and-lord.html

Miserere Mei, Deus Καθολικός διάκονος - February 20, 2015 It seems fitting, more than fitting, that King's College Choir singing Psalm 51, known by its first words in Latin, Miserere mei, Deus ("Have mercy on me, O God") is our Friday tradito for this first Friday of Lent. Of course, Psalm 51 is the first Psalm for Morning Prayer each Friday. Just as all Sundays, including those during Lent, are, in effect, "Easters," that is, celebrations of our Lord's resurrection, all Fridays, excepting those on which a ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/02/miserere-mei-deus.html

"Eat, Drink, and Be Merry... For Tomorrow We Fast" SOUTHERN FRIED CATHOLICISM BLOG - February 17, 2015 ... (and holy!) time, but we can also spend a little more time contemplating how God is calling us to empty out the things which are cluttering our paths along our spiritual walk with Him. We can "fatten up", spiritually, before the great fast. Today, pause for a moment and ask yourself: "What is blocking my way to God?" "What surplus habits can I throw off to lighten my spiritual load and to make me better prepared to live out the Gospel?" "In what ways can I rid my spiritual life of the bad ...http://southernfriedcatholicism.blogspot.com/2015/02/eat-drink-and-be-merry-for-tomorrow-we.html

Burying the Alleluia ATONEMENTONLINE - February 16, 2015 ... with the "Gesima" Sundays, you would have done this on the day before Septuagesima. But for those of us who follow the revised Latin Rite calendar, on Shrove Tuesday all the children will place their decoratively written Alleluias in a small coffin near the entrance of the church. We'll sing the "Alleluia dulce carmen" at the end of Mass, as we process to the Lady Chapel, where the coffin will remain until the great Easter Vigil. There are many local traditions surrounding the ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/02/burying-alleluia.html

Homily for Sunday G-MANS JOURNEY - February 15, 2015 Welcome faithful children of the Lord Jesus to the House of God where by the grace of the Heavenly Father and the power of the Holy Spirit, one finds the strength to dwell in the Presence of the Lord Jesus in the fullness of righteousness. Today's readings from the Holy Scriptures echoed the progressive history of what was required in the days of Moses in the Presence of the Heavenly Father versus what is required today to live in the Presence of ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2015/02/homily-for-sunday.html

Quinquagesima Sunday: PREPARE FOR BATTLE! FR. Z'S BLOG - February 13, 2015 In our traditional Roman calendar this coming Sunday is Quinquagesima , Latin for the symbolic "Fiftieth" day before Easter. This the final pre-Lenten Sunday before for the annual discipline of Lent begins. The prayers and readings for the pre-Lenten Sundays were compiled by St. Gregory the Great (+604). The Consilium 's liturgical engineers under Annibale Bugnini and others eliminated these pre-Lent Sundays, much to our detriment. (Cf. BugniniCare ). Those who participate ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/hIAmnutAzgQ/

Pope Francis Makes Surprise Visit to Immigrant Settlement DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 10, 2015 ... Spanish?" "All of us," they responded, so with the pope they recited the Lord's Prayer in Spanish. He gave them a formal blessing, and then told them he had to be going since he had promised to spend the afternoon at the parish. At the parish, the pope delivered 100 sleeping bags for the homeless assisted by the parish and the Sant'Egidio Community. He met with a group of children and with the parents of babies baptized in the past year. He also heard the confessions of a few ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/02/pope-francis-makes-surprise-visit-to.html

In the Parish of St. Michael Archangel: Maintain Daily Contact With the Gospel and Let Jesus Heal Our Wounds VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - February 9, 2015 ... the inhabitants recited the Lord's Prayer with him in Spanish. He then met with members of the parish community: the sick, families with children baptised during the past year, young catechumens, scouts and a number of homeless people cared for by the Sant'Egidio Community. To the families with recently baptised children, Francis confessed that he liked to hear the cry of newborns as "they are a promise of life", and that they should not be expected to leave the church when ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/02/in-parish-of-st-michael-archangel.html

You Can Call Me Father DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 9, 2015 ... 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/2015/02/you-can-call-me-father.html

WDTPRS Sexagesima Sunday: "That We May Be Fortified Against Every Adverse Thing" FR. Z'S BLOG - February 8, 2015 In the traditional Roman calendar this Sunday is called Sexagesima, Latin for the "Sixtieth" day before Easter. This number is more symbolic than arithmetical. Last week was the first of these pre-Lenten Sundays, Septuagesima or "Seventieth. The pre-Lenten Sundays prepare us for the discipline of Lent, which once was far stricter. Purple is worn rather than the green of the season after Epiphany and there is a Tract instead of an Alleluia. The prayers and readings for ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/0Yvto2_Q5po/

When Would We Have to Resist the Pope? Wherein Fr. Z Rants. FR. Z'S BLOG - February 8, 2015 ... Were a Pope to attempt to marry two men or approve of such a thing, he must be resisted. However, I don't believe that we will ever see such a situation. I am with Benedict XVI on this one. Before Joseph Ratzinger was elevated to the See of Peter he explained something about the working of the Holy Spirit in the election of a Pope. I, like Ratzinger, do not think that the Holy Spirit directly chooses the Pope, just as I do not think that the Holy Spirit dictated word for ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/3xBufifJnVM/

3 Feb: St. Blaise and the Blessing of Candles and of Throats FR. Z'S BLOG - February 2, 2015 ... Either way, subsidium sets up a stark contrast between the life we have now and the life to come. Even the phrase about enjoying the peace of this life, indicates subtly how precarious everything is in this earthly existence which Catholics are accustomed to call a "vale of tears". This is firmed up by another wonderful prayer associated with St. Blaise. You all know about the blessing of throats on the feast of St. Blaise. In the older form of the Rituale Romanum there is a marvelous blessing ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/gSUMT6wb__Y/

WDTPRS: Candlemas FR. Z'S BLOG - February 2, 2015 ... feast in honor of the Lord: He is being offered to the Father in a foreshadowing of His greater Sacrifice for our salvation. The theme of offering, of sacrifice draws our eyes away from looking back at Christmas and Epiphany forward to the Passion and Easter. You remember the story from the Gospel, in Luke 2. Mary and Joseph come to the temple in Jerusalem to fulfill the Law. Firstborn males had to be dedicated to the Lord. The old woman Anna and the old man ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/Tv2qaRyTYzs/

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