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The Samaritan Woman in the Liturgy of Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 24, 2017 In the lectionaries of the various Latin rites, one of the most prominent Gospels of the Lenten season is that of the Samaritan woman who spoke to Christ at the well of Jacob (St John 4, 5-42). Although the Roman, Ambrosian and Byzantine Rites each read this Gospel on a different day, it appears in all three as a lesson of particular importance for the preparation of those who will be baptized at Easter or Pentecost. In the Roman Rite, it is read on the Friday of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/m6gq4W5mBP8/the-samaritan-woman-in-liturgy-of-lent.html

Laetare Sunday a Joyful Pause in a Somber Season CATHOLIC HOTDISH - March 23, 2017 A Joyful Sunday. The Fourth Sunday of Lent is also known as Laetare Sunday. Laetare is a Latin word which means "rejoice" or "rejoicing." Other nuances of the word include joyfulness, gladness, cheerfulness, and happiness. This elated or jubilant mood is a striking one-day reprieve from the somber, sorrowful, penitential tone of the other days of Lent. A Joyful Beginning to Mass. The word "Laetare" is taken from the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/-T_VKRBMRGs/

Homily for the Third Sunday in Lent, March 19, 2017, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - March 14, 2017 ... strictly literal sense. Water is even more prevalent in today's Gospel. The word occurs eight times in Jesus' conversation with the woman of Samaria. But here, as often happens in John, the literal sense is soon eclipsed by a deeper symbolic sense. As we read, it becomes clear that Jesus is using the image of water to talk about the gift of grace. Even when the conversation turns to other things, the same reality is present. Worshiping God "in Spirit and truth" is, after all, ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/homily-for-third-sunday-in-lent-march.html

Misery Is the Need for Mercy Καθολικός διάκονος - March 5, 2017 http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/03/misery-is-need-for-mercy.html

Shrovetide- It's Almost Lent CHERISHED HEARTS AT HOME - March 1, 2017 ... the last two days of "Carnival," an unofficial period that began after the Epiphany and which takes its name from the Latin carnelevare, referring to the "taking away of flesh" (meat) during Lent which begins on Ash Wednesday, the day following Shrove Tuesday. Catholics want to eat while they can and get the frivolity out of their systems in preparation for the somber Lenten spirit to come. source - Fisheaters Blessings to you and your ...http://cherishedheartsathome.blogspot.com/2017/03/shrovetide-its-almost-lent.html

Memento, Homo, Quia Pulvis Es, Et in Pulverem Reverteris. THECHURCHMILITANT - March 1, 2017 "Remember, O man, that dust thou art, and to dust thou shalt return." Today is Ash Wednesday, yet another day when the Lord my God grabs me by the scruff of the neck and reminds me that I am the greatest sinner I know . Please pray, fast, sacrifice, and love during this solemn season of Lent, kiddies, because we know not the day of His return, nor the hour of our own deaths. Here are today's readings from Holy Scripture: Ash Wednesday Lectionary: 219 Reading 1 Jl 2:12-18 ...http://thechurchmilitant.blogspot.com/2017/03/memento-homo-quia-pulvis-es-et-in.html

Return to Me With Your Whole Heart YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - February 28, 2017 Ash Wednesday Yet even now—oracle of the LORD—return to me with your whole heart, with fasting, weeping, and mourning. Rend your hearts, not your garments, and return to the LORD, your God, For he is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, abounding in steadfast love, and relenting in punishment. Joel 2:12-13 We are ambassadors for Christ as if God were appealing through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. For our sake, ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/02/return-to-me-with-your-whole-heart.html

Kyrie Eleison TIME FOR REFLECTIONS - February 12, 2017 ... Eastern Europe, where it started, was celebrated in Greek. With time, as Christianity spread further West into Europe it was celebrated in Latin. And as time moved on, it is now celebrated in English, or whichever language is spoken in the Country where Mass is celebrated. Except for three words which have survived time and are still from the original Greek Mass. Kyrie Eleison Christe Eleison Meaning "Lord have mercy" and "Christ have mercy". It is important ...http://timeforreflections.blogspot.com/2017/02/kyrie-eleison.html

Catholic Stand: Give Us This Day Our Supersubstantial Bread THE IMPRACTICAL CATHOLIC - February 11, 2017 ... However, hiding under that simple word "daily" is many centuries' worth of puzzlement and scholarly debate. The cause of the debate is a troublesome Greek word, the definition of which may open that line to a whole new layer of meaning. If you can stick with me, you'll see why it matters. St. Jerome Coins a Word The word in question is epiousios (ἐπιούσιος, Matthew 6:11 SBLGNT ; Luke 11:3 ...http://impracticalcatholic.blogspot.com/2017/02/catholic-stand-give-us-this-day-our.html

The Antiquity and Universality of Fore-Lent (Part 1) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 10, 2017 ... preach in it the preaching that I bid thee. And Jonah arose, and went to Nineveh, according to the word of the Lord: now Nineveh was a great city of three days' journey. And Jonah began to enter into the city one day's journey: and he cried, and said, 'Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be destroyed. And the men of Nineveh believed in God: and they proclaimed a fast, and put on sackcloth from the greatest to the least. And the word came to the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/dFQw8cq9saY/the-antiquity-and-universality-of-fore.html

Saint Augustine on the Sermon on the Mount BIG C CATHOLICS - February 5, 2017 ... be understood to indicate the higher and greater commandments of righteousness, since those that were given to the Jews are the lesser. In an excellent order of dispensations, the one and same God gave, by his servants the holy Prophets, his lesser commandments unto the people that still had need to be bound by fear; but by his Son he gave the greater to the people whom it was expedient now to set free by love. But whether it be the lesser to the lesser, or the greater to the greater, all are ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/02/saint-augustine-on-sermon-on-mount.html

The Church's Vocation: Light LIVING SACRIFICE - February 5, 2017 ... vocation to the priesthood. The readings for this Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time highlight the universal call to holiness. The word "vocation" comes from the Latin word, vocare , literally, to call . God is calling all of us: those who are single and those who are married; He is calling priests and also religious. Every single one of us are called to be holy, sacred, separate from the world, but for the sake of the world. That is what Christ is ...http://fathermahars.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-churchs-vocation-light.html

The Paris Psalter NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 4, 2017 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/uR-Ot7Hx1mk/the-paris-psalter.html

It's Hard to Be Humble (4.A) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - January 29, 2017 Oh Lord it's hard to be humble When you're perfect in every way. It's been twenty years since Mac Davis wrote those words, but it's still the best opening line ever for a country and western song. Not being a fan of country music, I never actually listened to the rest of the song. But since it came to mind while I was writing my homily, I checked out the lyrics. Far from being an attack on humility, it's really a warning about pride. The singer has no girlfriend, because ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2017/01/normal-0-false-false-false-en-us-x-none_29.html

4th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle A LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - January 29, 2017 ... in fact, that he wanted all the glory and all the fame for himself. So much so, that he decided to climb the mountain all alone. Now things were going well until one night when it got so dark he could see nothing, since even the stars and the moon were covered by the clouds. As he was climbing, about to reach the top of the mountain, he slipped and he fell, falling at a great speed. In fact, he could only see black spots as he went down and all he felt was the terrible sensation of being ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2017/01/4th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-cycle-a.html

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

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