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Lent, Easter and All the Way to Pentecost Posts (updated for 2014) CHERISHED HEARTS AT HOME - March 12, 2014 It has been a week since we started our Lenten journey this year and already I can say we have experienced quite a few challenges or if you prefer opportunities to grow in love for our Lord and to look to him for strength and help. In fact we have tried to not only give up things this lent but to increase our prayer life as well and I confess that it has been a sacrifice perhaps more than we anticipated to stay strong in these areas along with the added opportunities that ...http://cherishedheartsathome.blogspot.com/2014/03/lent-easter-and-all-way-to-pentecost.html

Pray, Fast, Give And... LISTEN! (Plus 14+ Ideas for Family Lenten Activities) TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - March 8, 2014 ... overcome with nausea and realized - ugh! - I had caught the bug that I'd been nursing my daughter through over the weekend. So, it looked the the day had other plans for me. Or, rather, the Spirit did! Our Perfectly Imperfect 2012 Lenten Liturgical Table and Pray, Fast, Give Jars Just before the new calendar year, prayer and thought led me to a word to focus on for the year: Listen ! I was reminded reminded of this word as I lay sick in bed, ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2014/03/pray-fast-give-and-listen-plus-14-ideas.html

Lent 2014 AGGIE CATHOLICS - March 4, 2014 ... days. But, there is no reason you can't do them either. If you feel you are "cheating" then it isn't helping! Since the Church has some conflicting information (different documents state different things) I think you should do what you feel is best regarding the Lenten season and Sundays. In other words, follow your conscience. Why forty days and not some other number? Because 40 is a special number in the Bible. It signifies preparation for something special - as in the 40 day flood of Noah. ...http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2014/03/lent-2014.html

Saint David of Wales CATHOLIC FIRE - March 1, 2014 Among Welsh Catholics, as well as those in England, March 1 is the liturgical celebration of Saint David of Wales. St. David is the patron of the Welsh people, remembered as a missionary bishop and the founder of many monasteries during the sixth century. David was a popular namesake for churches in Wales prior to the Anglican schism, and his feast day is still an important religious and civic observance. Although Pope Benedict XVI did not visit Wales during ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/03/saint-david-of-wales.html

Theological Education the Topic in OCA-Ukrainian Discussion BYZANTINE, TEXAS - February 24, 2014 ... Churches, including the Patriarchates of Constantinople, Moscow, Serbia, Romania; the Churches of Poland and Finland; and the OCA," explained Prof. Meyendorff. "The aim of the group is to help the churches to raise the quality of theological education as well as to develop common standards. This will allow for the mutual recognition of degrees and make possible exchanges of faculty and students." Participants at the meeting were greeted warmly by His Eminence, Metropolitan Antonij, Rector of ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2014/02/theological-education-topic-in-oca.html

Trapp Family Memories (Repost and Update) FAMILY IN FEAST AND FERIA - February 24, 2014 ... their house, Cor Unum, the summer music camps, and the death of the Captain. The book is spellbinding, very heart-warming and humorous. It probably is such a bittersweet book to the family, because Maria sold the rights of the book for $9,000. The family never received any royalties from the Sound of Music because she was "taken" in her original sale. Yesterday, Today, and Forever was published in 1952. The structure of the book is based on reflections of the life of Christ, applying little ...http://familyfeastandferia.wordpress.com/2014/02/24/trapp-family-memories/

Trapp Family Memories (Repost and Update) FAMILY IN FEAST AND FERIA - February 23, 2014 ... language, that she had a ghost-writer for many of these books. But that doesn't ruin the enjoyable tales the books unfold. Not all these books are in print, but I thought it might be helpful to see a summary of the books by or about the Trapp Family. The Story of the Trapp Family Singers was written in 1949 by Maria Augusta Trapp. She begins in the motherhouse, being tapped on the shoulder to be a tutor for the Captain's daughter, Maria. Maria portrays the family before and after her marriage, ...http://familyfeastandferia.wordpress.com/2014/02/23/trapp-family-memories/

Reforming the Irreformable? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 9, 2014 ... the hiatus. I have the impression that whatever can be said in general terms about the 'reform of the reform'—its origin and aims, its scope and methodology, the various proposals advanced in its interest (if not in its name), its proponents and critics—has pretty much already been said. 1 Although the movement is difficult to define (Is it synonymous with the 'new liturgical movement' or but one stage of it?), 2 its overall aim was nicely summed a few years ago by ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/qnyIwBFn4uI/reforming-irreformable.html

The Feast of St. Agnes ARE WE THERE YET? - January 21, 2014 * A repost from 2010, but with some cool new links at the bottom in blue. Also, make sure and run over to Waltzing Matilda to check out Charlotte's beautiful coloring page for St. Agnes! St. Agnes is the sweet little saint who reminds us of the importance of purity. She was only twelve years old when she was martyred during the reign of Diocletian (c.350) for having been betrayed as a Christian to the Roman authorities, but also for her steadfast purity. After refusing to ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2010/01/feast-of-st-agnes.html

Saint Gregory Monastery: A Primitive Benedictive Community HOLY VOCATIONS - January 19, 2014 ... the Church for monastic communities, there is extensive use of Latin Gregorian chant from the Graduale Romanum (1979 edition). And, as directed by Monastic Hours (Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press, 2000), our Liturgy of the Hours complies with the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, and maintains a regular psalter wherein all 150 Psalms are prayed within a two-week cycle. The Latin hymns, antiphons, psalms, and responses are taken from the revised Antiphonarium ...http://holyvocations.blogspot.com/2014/01/saint-gregory-monastery-primitive.html

Posted…Most Clicked of All Time FAMILY IN FEAST AND FERIA - January 8, 2014 ... purpose of blogging. Some of them use their blog to earn money by having sponsors and such. Others have stated how there is a problem of interaction, lack of feedback and lack of discussion in the blogworld. Facebook has replaced the conversations (and I'm not on FB). I know for myself that commenting from Feedly or my iPhone or iPad has really hindered me. I've lost many a comment, and don't have the time to rewrite it all. While I'm glad people enjoy my materials that I offer for free, I ...http://familyfeastandferia.wordpress.com/2014/01/08/posted-most-clicked-of-all-time/

Favourites of 2013: Classical Music ALL MANNER OF THING - January 8, 2014 My music listening this year was anchored by a few large listening projects: I marked the anniversary years of Verdi, Wagner, and Britten by dedicating a good deal of time to hearing their major works again — or, in some cases, for the first time. Given the composers involved, much of this music was opera, and I tried when possible to watch performances of their operas on DVD. I've written about some of that music in the consistently unpopular "Great moments in ...http://cburrell.wordpress.com/2014/01/08/favourites-of-2013-classical-music/

Epiphany and Mission NARU HODO - January 6, 2014 ... time. The "ordinary" thing is that we live the supernatural ministry of Christ on earth in time and space in and through the power of the Holy Spirit. Living the liturgical year makes me want to stagger with the beauty of it all. We grow; it moves us onward. It moves us onward; we grow. We don't cycle through "the same old thing" every year any more than lovers experience "the same old thing" in being together day after day. Epiphany, like ...http://lift-up-your-hearts.blogspot.com/2014/01/epiphany-and-mission.html

Extraordinary Glory: On the Beauty of Nature, Plane Flights, and Obscure Rubrics - Faith and Tradition Series NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 5, 2014 ... (no choir, one server, much silence) and my initial experience of it was a kind of dumb reverence. I sat and gazed inquisitively at the priest facing away from the congregation—or rather, towards the East(!), at the server bustling back and forth seeming to obey minute rubrics with military-like precision, and on certain intermittent occasions being graced with the priest's voice or direct address: a " Dominus vobiscum " here, a " nobis quoque peccatoribus " there. The feel and flow of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/01_Xlog0p0I/extraordinary-glory-on-beauty-of-nature.html

New Year's Day: The Perfect Day to Think About Mary (and Moms in General) RANDOM ACTS OF MOMNESS - January 1, 2014 Painting by Carlo Maratta January 1st — as anyone with a TV, calendar, or hangover knows — is New Year's Day. It also happens to be a big day in the liturgical calendar of the Catholic Church: the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God. It has occurred to me that the timing of this celebration is absolutely brilliant. Seriously, when it comes to honoring Mary as mother, there is no better time than the first day of the year. The ...http://randomactsofmomness.com/new-years-day-the-perfect-day-to-think-about-mary-and-moms-in-general/

At Christmas "Greeting," Pope Cites When the Curia "Hinders the Spirit"... And the Church WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - December 21, 2013 Over the pontificate of Benedict XVI, the traditional "Christmas greeting" to the Roman Curia became one of the year's most anticipated speeches as the now Pope-emeritus both recapped the closing cycle and mused on topics of his interest. Among the group, perhaps the emblematic talks are 2005's watershed address on the interpretation of Vatican II, which aimed to lay the groundwork for one of his most controversial projects – the reintegration of the SSPX – ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2013/12/at-christmas-greeting-pope-talks-when.html