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Not Rosary, but SYLLABLE Counting! SCELATA - February 28, 2015 ... side?" exhortation) and I come across, (note use of historical present,) a thread about the relative amounts of scripture in EF and OF. The syllable counting was a joke, sort of, but was actually done. The blog in question is not one I read anymore, so I don't recognize "voices" the way I do on Chant Cafe, or such, but I found myself reading one combox denizen and thinking, wow, well put, and, more important, good insights, and wouldn'tcha know? Mons. Wadsworth. Because Fr Ruff says, " the ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2015/02/not-rosary-but-syllable-counting.html

Making Sure Ash Wednesday Isn't Groundhog Day FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - February 18, 2015 ... (such a bizarre legend), the crew packs up their gear into the van, and they attempt to leave.  But a blizzard hits, which forces them to stay an additional night.  When Phil wakes up the next morning right away he recognizes something's "off."  The same exact song comes on the clock radio (" I got you babe" ) he encounters the same people at the exact same spots that he had the day earlier having the same chit-chat conversations.  He soon realizes that he's reliving the exact same day ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2015/02/making-sure-ash-wednesday-isnt.html

6th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS - February 14, 2015 Mk 1:40-45 In won't preach a full sermon today because we have an appeal at the end of Mass from Mary's Meals -which is one of my favourite organisations, and I'm delighted that we have someone to come and speak to us about it. Mary's Meals: http://www.marysmeals.org.uk Let me offer a brief thought, however, connecting our Scripture readings with that appeal. Our readings today are the second week in a row that we have heard about the ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2015/02/6th-sunday-in-ordinary-time-year-b.html

Book Review: The Power of Daily Mass SPIRITUAL WOMAN - February 8, 2015 The Power of Daily Mass: How Frequent Participation in the Eucharist Can Transform Your Life by Bert Ghezzi Notre Dame: Ave Maria Press, 2015 For moms of younger children, the option of attending daily Mass is often non-existent. Yes, I know there are some intrepid souls who manage to bring their children faithfully on a near-daily basis and I truly admire those women. I, however, am not one of them. Sunday attendance is all my nerves ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/-jxq5297BMA/book-review-power-of-daily-mass.html

Homily for the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, February 8, 2015, Year B BIG C CATHOLICS - February 6, 2015 Fr. Butler is away preaching on special assignment. I submit to you Fr. Charles Irvin's homily on Jesus and Job and the value of our suffering: Fr. Charles Irvin (Click here for today's readings) Henry David Thoreau once wrote: "The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation." One such person comes to us this morning in today's first reading. He name is Job. I'm sure most of youhttp://www.bigccatholics.com/2015/02/homily-for-fifth-sunday-in-ordinary.html

What Made You Decide to Be a Priest? FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - January 25, 2015 Hi everyone, here's my homily for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - January 25, 2015 - http://usccb.org/bible/readings/012515.cfm . Thanks as always for reading; your feedback and comments; and sharing this blog on twitter, facebook, redditt and whatever other ones I've missed. God Bless - have a great week - Fr Jim HOMILY: "What made you decide to become a priest?"  I'm often taken aback, not by the question itself, ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2015/01/what-made-you-decide-to-be-priest.html

I Keep So Busy Workin' for the Kingdom, I Ain't Got Time to Die – A Homily for the 3rd Sunday of the Year ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON - January 24, 2015 The readings of "Ordinary Time" (Tempus per annum, in Latin) focus a lot on the call to discipleship and the living of the Christian Faith. The readings for today's Mass are no exception, as they present us with a number of disciplines for disciples. These disciplines free us to serve Christ and His Kingdom joyfully, energetically, […]http://blog.adw.org/2015/01/i-keep-so-busy-working-for-the-kingdom-i-aint-got-time-to-die-a-homily-for-the-3rd-sunday-of-the-year/

Homily: Growing Into God's Life BUKAS PALAD - January 24, 2015 Year B / Ordinary Time / Week 3 / Sunday Readings: Jonah 3.1-5, 10 / Responsorial Psalm 25.4-5, 6-7, 8-9 (R/v 4a) / I Corinthians 7.29-31 / Mark 1.14-20 " Come here right now! " " When are you ever going to grow up! " Haven't we all heard these words growing up? Haven't we used them as parents or teachers? As harsh as these words may sound when we speak them or when they are spoken to us, ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2015/01/homily-growing-into-gods-life.html

Word for the Weekend: January 25 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - January 21, 2015 Art by Eugene Abeshaus at Judaism.com This weekend includes the only Sunday in the three-year lectionary when we hear from the Book of Jonah. The whole Book of Jonah is but 4 very brief chapters and I'd urge you to skip over here and read it through - won't take you more than 10 minutes. (After reading the brief and helpful introduction, click on "next chapter.") This passage in question begins after the great fish tale and finds Jonah already freed from ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/01/word-for-weekend-january-25.html

Homily: Let's Start at the Very Beginning BUKAS PALAD - January 18, 2015 Year B / Ordinary Time / Week 2 / Sunday Readings: 1 Samuel 3.3b-10, 19 / Responsorial Psalm 40.2-4, 7-8, 8-9, 10 (R/v 8a and 9a) / I Corinthians 6.13c-15a, 17-20 / John 2.35-42 Do you remember that moment when a classmate or office worker became your friend? Or when it dawned on you that you found your life's partner? Perhaps, it was the moment you saw her care for ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2015/01/homily-lets-start-at-very-beginning.html

A Homily From the Archives: On Losing Your Feet, and Being Swept Off on the Way SERVANT AND STEWARD - January 17, 2015 The calendar can sometimes be a curious thing. Take tomorrow, for example. The date and the liturgical day and readings are the same as they were six years ago. With this confluence in mind, I thought it might be good to bring the homily I preached six years ago out of the archives for you. It happens to be one of my favorite homilies. The Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/jTE7C1CVWxU/a-homily-from-archives-on-losing-your.html

A Smashing Anniversary Getaway for the Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 12, 2015 ... the Baptism of Our Lord, and last weekend in the Christmas season. We're now back on Ordinary Time until Ash Wednesday in mid-February, but no need to worry about that just yet. ;-) So, my weekend! Mike and I traveled north to Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, and I wanted to describe the highlights, since we had such a sublime time. I realize now that I should have taken more photos, I'm so bad about that. But I was busily enjoying the ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2015/01/a-smashing-anniversary-getaway-for.html

Word for the Weekend: 1/11 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - January 9, 2015 ... complete: it will end with the coming weekend's celebration of the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord . (We return to Ordinary Time on Monday, January 13.) You can find the readings for this weekend and background material on them here . (Note: there are options for the first two readings, you'll need to ask locally what options your parish will be using.) If you're shepherding children to Mass you can look here ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2015/01/word-for-weekend-111.html

"How the Traditional Latin Mass Fosters More Active Participation Than the Ordinary Form" MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - December 21, 2014 Peter Kwasniewski, " How the Traditional Latin Mass Fosters More Active Participation than the Ordinary Form " ( The New Liturgical Movement , December 15, 2014): How many times do lovers of the classical Roman Rite hear the objection: "The new Mass is better than the old one because it allows for more active participation of the faithful," or "The old Mass just had to be reformed eventually, because the priest was the only ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/12/how-traditional-latin-mass-fosters-more.html

How the Traditional Latin Mass Fosters More Active Participation Than the Ordinary Form NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 15, 2014 How many times do lovers of the classical Roman Rite hear the objection: "The new Mass is better than the old one because it allows for more active participation of the faithful," or "The old Mass just had to be reformed eventually, because the priest was the only one doing anything, and the people were all mute spectators." My aim in this article is to refute such claims and to demonstrate that, if anything, the opposite is true. Active/Actual ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bHSFb0Z50vI/how-traditional-latin-mass-fosters-more.html

"'What Doors Can We Allow Them to Open?' Answer - The Door to the Confessional." SAINT LOUIS CATHOLIC - December 10, 2014 ... biblical condemnation of sacrilegious communion is still very much on in advance of the Ordinary Synod against on the Family. As John Allen reports : Apparently, the old saying "once bitten, twice shy" doesn't apply to a synod of bishops. On Tuesday, the Vatican released the lineamenta , or preparatory document, for the next synod called by Pope Francis for October 2015, also focused on the family. The document contains 46 questions covering much of the same ground as last ...http://stlouiscatholic.blogspot.com/2014/12/what-doors-can-we-allow-them-to-open.html

Advent- Be Vigilant in Love! MOUNT CARMEL - November 30, 2014 With Mother Nature having transformed herself into the colorful trees and that cold wintry air, the Church's liturgical year turns its page to a new season- the Season of Advent- which begins this Sunday. We traditionally celebrate our New Year on the 1st of January, but our church calendar actually starts its new year in the evening hour of the last Saturday of the 34th week in Ordinary ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MountCarmel/~3/cXPL6sWRE28/advent-be-vigilant-in-love.html

Thirty-Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time: Christ the King IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - November 19, 2014 Ignatian Spirituality: Set the World Ablaze http://predmore.blogspot.com Thirty-Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time Christ the King November 23, 2014 Ezekiel 34:11-12, 15-17; Psalm 23; 1 Corinthians 15:20-26, 28; Matthew 25:31-46 Last week's readings reminded us to give cheerfully and generously, and this week's readings makes us wonder how we can do so. We are confronted with a final judgment scene in which ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2014/11/thirty-fourth-sunday-of-ordinary-time.html

The THREE SERVANTS GLORIA OLIVAE - November 17, 2014 ... talents were used to raise him up to the supernatural level. 1. There were three servants. The master gave 5 talents to one; 2 talents to another; and 1 talent to a third. The servant with 5 talents doubled his talents and ended up with 10 talents. The second, also, doubled his 2 talents and ended up with 4 talents. And the third buried his 1 talent, was unable to double it, thus was deprived of the talent ending up with nothing. The first servant with 5 talents who doubled his talents thus ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_11_01_archive.html#6235068714117023407

Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time PREPARE FOR MASS - November 15, 2014 ... 25:14-30 LIFETEEN SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY PODCAST 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time For to all those who have, more will be given, and they will have an abundance; but from those who have nothing, even what they have will be taken away. Then the one who had received the five talents came forward, bringing five more talents, saying, 'Master, you handed over to me five talents; see, I have made five more talents.' His ...http://prepareformass.wordpress.com/2014/11/15/thirty-third-sunday-in-ordinary-time-4/

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