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Jun 6 - 9th Week in OT - Tuesday FATHER BILL'S BLOG - June 6, 2017 ... Lent/Easter. Our practical stories today are both colorful and pragmatic: useful to our lives this day. In the first reading we begin the story of Tobit's blindness, and the ensuing crankiness that develops – as is only natural for one who is stricken blind from "bird-droppings" obtained from sleeping the in the wrong place, outdoors, at the wrong time. The "goat" of the matter can be considered any intrusion into his normal temporarily handicapped ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/06/jun-6-9th-week-in-ot-tuesday.html

Our Hearts Burning Within YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - April 29, 2017 ... cannot be contained in a single week but needs its own season – a season which is conveniently longer than Advent, Christmas or Lent. The Good News story from Luke takes part on the actual Easter Sunday just a few hours after the women from the community along with Peter and John saw the empty tomb and realized the reality of the Resurrection. That very day, Jesus appeared to the unnamed travelers on the road to Emmaus. Like in most Resurrection stories, they, too, did ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/04/our-hearts-burning-within.html

Two Theives and a Funeral TEA AT TRIANON - April 25, 2017 From Brandon Hawk : Recently, I've been reading Mary Dzon's new book, The Quest for the Christ Child in the Later Middle Ages (Philadelphia, PA: U of Pennsylvania P, 2017), and it's turned out to be quite appropriate for the season of Lent leading up to Easter. This might seem somewhat odd, given the focus on Jesus' childhood rather than his later life and death. But Dzon demonstrates that many medieval representations of Jesus as child also evoke strong ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2017/04/two-theives-and-funeral.html

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord to Good Friday Year a 2017 HOMILIES OF A JESUIT - April 20, 2017 ... last weekend (5 th Sunday of Lent). Some churches began covering their crucifixes, statues and images. Why? The alternative Collect for Mass on Friday of the 5th Week of Lent provides an insight for this rather random ritual as it makes mention of Mary. According to the older liturgical calendar, the feast of the Seven Sorrows of Mary [1] is commemorated on this day as it falls well within "Passion" Week. So, what we celebrate today as Passion Sunday took ...http://homiliesofajesuit.blogspot.com/2017/04/palm-sunday-of-passion-of-lord-to-good.html

The Theology of the Novus Ordo Good Friday Liturgy NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 20, 2017 ... a few important respects, the Good Friday ceremony of the post-Conciliar Missal returns to the historical practice of the Church, and corrects some of the serious problems of the 1955 "Solemn Liturgical Action", while getting rid of its clumsy title as well. The celebrant wears a chasuble for the whole ceremony, restoring an important sign of the link between the Mass and the Death of Christ on the Cross; the rubrics make this connection explicit by prescribing that the priest and deacon be ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/1cXlbTwBfHY/the-theology-of-novus-ordo-good-friday.html

The Bodily Resurrection of Jesus FATHER DENNIS - April 17, 2017 ... Peace be with you. We have experienced the triumphant return of the word "Alleluia!" In today's celebration. It's been missing for the entirety of Lent as a way of preparing us for this celebration. Alleluia is derived from two Hebrew words; "hallel" meaning to praise, and "YaH", which is the beginning of the name of God in the Old Testament revealed to Moses on Mount Sinai. So, we may ask, what makes this day so special that we celebrate using an ancient foreign language? I ...http://fatherdennis.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-bodily-resurrection-of-jesus.html

The Sequence of Easter THE CATHOLIC HERITAGE ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND - April 16, 2017 ... That is to say, there are generally fewer notes per syllable, making the Sequences resemble speech more closely. That would seem to indicate that the Church intended the text of the Sequence to be far more like a Lesson (a reading) than a Chant. It seems to me, therefore, that the faithful should give great attention to the Sequences, both as hymnody and as texts upon which to meditate. In the first clip, the ladies from gloria.tv sing the usual chant version of Victimae ...http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/2009/04/sequence-of-easter.html

Jesus, the Risen Guy, Bumps Into These Two Women Making Their Way Along the Road to Galilee... A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - April 16, 2017 Homily for Easter Sunday ( Scripture for today's Mass) Audio for homily (I'd really encourage you to listen to the audio rather than just reading the text. There are elements in audio which are departures from my text and at the end of this busy week, I just don't have to revise the text below to reflect that.) When I was a child, back in the 1950's, I palled around with Lewis, a boy who lived just a few doors away from me. On Sunday mornings, Lewis and his family went to ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2017/04/jesus-risen-guy-bumps-into-these-two.html

The Dominican Easter Vigil (before 1957) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 14, 2017 ... ministers returned to the sacristy, put on white Mass vestments and returned to the altar. There they bowed and went to be seated for the readings, without any other ceremony. During this one Mass of the year, the acolyte's candles were not snuffed when not in use, but allowed to burn continuously. A lector in surplice then sang the four readings of the Vigil. These were Gen. 1-2; Ex. 14-15; Is. 4; and Is. 54-55. In the thirteenth-century the number of readings at the vigil varied widely: from ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/ZV6TGraaJB8/the-dominican-easter-vigil-before-1957.html

The Dominican Rite Easter Vigil Befrore 1957 DOMINICAN LITURGY - April 14, 2017 ... ministers returned to the sacristy, put on white Mass vestments and returned to the altar. There they bowed and went to be seated for the readings, without any other ceremony. During this one Mass of the year, the acolyte's candles were not snuffed when not in use, but allowed to burn continuously. A lector in surplice then sang the four readings of the Vigil. These were Gen. 1-2; Ex. 14-15; Is. 4; and Is. 54-55. In the thirteenth-century the number of readings at the vigil varied widely: from ...http://dominican-liturgy.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-dominican-rite-easter-vigil-befrore.html

A Question of Perspective CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 13, 2017 ... I thought it was a little odd to write a whole book on the practice of the examen but, after reading it, I cannot recommend the book enough. Rupnik is not so much focused on "how to" do the examen as much as the theology behind it. And the key point of that theology is: learning to look at yourself as God looks at you. It's not a question of how I saw my day, even if I am measuring it against the Decalogue or the Commandments of Love. What matters is praying to see myself ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/U5llg5jxgdE/a-question-of-perspective

Easy Holy Week Activities and Read Togethers TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - April 9, 2017 ... Week connecting the daily Gospel readings to artwork as we have in the past... Our 2013 Holy Week and Easter Wall ...nor to take special mini field-trips as we've done before (such as going to see a friend's chicken and rooster on the day we read about how Peter will deny Jesus three times before the cock crows.) Thus, I am planning simpler activities to make the Gospel come alive for my children as we live this Holy Week. Envisioning the Passion on Sunday ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2017/04/easy-holy-week-activities-and-read.html

Homily @ Lent: The Way Ahead BUKAS PALAD - April 9, 2017 Year A / Lent / Palm Sunday Readings: Matthew 2:1-11 – for procession of palms / Isaiah 50:4-7 / Psalm 21.8-9, 17-18a, 19-20, 23-24 (R/v 2a)/ Philippians 2: 6-11 / Matthew 16:14-27:66 A playwright once wrote: "My plays are a success when the audience is so drawn into the drama that they can feel the actors' emotions". Today's gospel reading is about the Passion of the Lord. It dramatically tells of Jesus' final days and hours and ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2017/04/homily-lent-way-ahead.html

Palm Sunday Year a Collect. NEW HORIZONS - April 8, 2017 ... triumphant mood is changed. It signifies also the fickleness of the crowd towards Jesus- they were crying out ' Hosanna to the Son of David' and later on Good Friday- 'crucify Him'. There are many aspects of today's gospel which could be spoken about. However, I will not present a gospel reflection on this Sunday, but suggest that during this week, that we spend some time re-reading and reflecting on the passion of Christ presented in today's ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/v2WZD8teth8/palm-sunday-year-collect.html

On Being SISTERS OF SAINT BENEDICT'S MONASTERY - April 6, 2017 ... Gospel values that were formed during their undergraduate education in a capacity that will challenge them personally, spiritually and professionally. This week's BLOG is written by Erin Carey Some flowers that are trying to say "hello." There are many signs of spring around the Mount. (Photo submitted by Erin Carey) Every Wednesday, I have a 'reflection day". A reflection day is a day when you don't go into work, you take time to reflect and collect all the experiences from ...http://stbensisters.blogspot.com/2017/04/benedictine-women-service-corps-bwsc.html

Apr 6 - 5th Week of Lent - Thursday FATHER BILL'S BLOG - April 6, 2017 + In the gospel passage today Jesus is trying to make the point that those who keep the covenant and commandments that his Father made with Abraham (and his descendants) are also obeying him because he was also present at the time those covenants and commands were given – and that their reward will be everlasting life. The Jews however are not convinced of his legitimacy and they mock him saying: You are not yet fifty years old, how could you have seen Abraham and ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/04/apr-6-5th-week-of-lent-thursday.html

He Has Not Left Me Alone YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - April 4, 2017 Tuesday of the Fifth Week of Lent By Melanie Rigney By Illustrators of the 1897 Bible Pictures and What They Teach Us by Charles Foster [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons … (T) he LORD said to Moses, "Make a seraph and mount it on a pole, and whoever looks at it after being bitten will live." Moses accordingly made a bronze serpent and mounted it on a pole, and whenever anyone who had been bitten by a serpent looked at the bronze serpent, he lived . (Numbers 21:8-9) ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2017/04/he-has-not-left-me-alone.html

Apr 2 - 5th Sunday of Lent - Passion Sunday FATHER BILL'S BLOG - April 2, 2017 ... reading tells us prophetically of the resurrection of the dead at the end of time when we will all rise from our graves to begin a life of unimaginable joy and peace together as God's beloved family. The second reading reminds us that the one thing that can surely prevent this wondrous experience is sin , for sin is death, and death and life cannot coexist at the same time, in the same heart, in the same soul, in the same person. Therefore, our entire mission ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2017/04/apr-2-5th-sunday-of-lent-passion-sunday.html

5th Sunday of Lent, Cycle A LORD, IF YOU WILL (SUNDAYS AND SOLEMNITIES) - April 2, 2017 As strange and as morbid as it may sound, if you have ever attended a funeral, there is a high probability that you would have heard our Gospel today. Because, this Gospel is a perfect summary of the hope that Christ instills within us, the hope that He has left us, the hope that has, literally, changed the entire landscape of death, the hope of the Resurrection. In fact, after having done so many funerals, and, especially after losing my uncle after a ...http://lordifyouwill.blogspot.com/2017/04/5th-sunday-of-lent-cycle-a.html

Unbind Him! (Lent 5A) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - April 2, 2017 Today's Gospel is a drama in three acts. First, there is the illness of Lazarus—during which Jesus seems unwilling to respond. Then there is his death, followed by Martha's encounter with Jesus. The drama concludes with the raising of Lazarus. At every point the dialogue is gripping. Jesus declares that his friend's illness will not lead to death, something his disciples must have struggled with when they found Lazarus was already in the tomb. There are the pained ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2017/04/unbind-him-lent-5a.html

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