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The Feast of St Roch NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 16, 2017 Among the Saints listed in the Roman Martyrology on August 16th is St Roch, one of the most popular Saints to invoke in times of plague. According to the supplement to the Golden Legend, he was born in 1295, the son of the governor of the French city of Montpellier. (Modern scholarship tends to place his birth in the middle of the 14th century.) On the death of his parents, he distributed the considerable patrimony which they left him to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/6WMjXZLbpbQ/the-feast-of-st-roch.html

Reports of the Death of the Virgin Mary...Are True! NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 15, 2017 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/KzRFetHqRhk/reports-of-death-of-virgin-maryare-true.html

Being "Religious" Can Actually Be a Bad Thing THE MARCO MINUTE - August 9, 2017 The term religious gets thrown around much in our modern lexicon. I personally dislike the term because it connotates a certain rigidity, a conforming to rules, that if performed continually will lead one to eternal life. This is not accurate. Traditions and rituals are important and have their place in the faith and can be an invaluable aid to holiness, but in themselves they can become detrimental to a fully integrated and authentic life of faith. People are who ...http://marcominute.blogspot.com/2017/08/being-religious-can-actually-be-bad.html

Bp. John of Naro-Fominsk - Internet Activity: For & Against BYZANTINE, TEXAS - August 7, 2017 ... internet can feel the desire to "save the world," while at the same losing sight of his own illness and the needs of his mother, friend, neighbor, the homeless – who are all near at hand. There are times where we read about problems or conflicts in churches on the other end of the Earth and get so consumed by the ensuing internet discussion that we do not notice those suffering next to us. Ideally, there should be live interaction in the parish. Members of the parish community are called ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/08/bp-john-of-naro-fominsk-internet.html

My Name Is Inigo Loyola. You Attacked My Church. Prepare to Be Converted. GLORIA ROMANORUM - July 31, 2017 Click here to share this image on Facebook. In our flaccid, faithless modern era, when the superior of the Society of Jesus dances on the edge of heresy , and was presented on a Jesuit website as a " baptized Buddhist ", the feast of Saint Ignatius of Loyola can be bittersweet for those who devoutly love and uphold the traditional teachings of the Catholic Church. As we recall the beautiful, powerful spirituality of Ignatius and his staunch devotion to defending the ...http://gloriaromanorum.blogspot.com/2017/07/my-name-is-inigo-loyola-you-attacked-my.html

A Visit to Innsbruck (3): Two Churches of the Norbertines NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 31, 2017 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bh48moyoL8I/a-visit-to-innsbruck-3-two-churches-of.html

How Rich Is Rich? THE SPIRIT'S SWORD - July 30, 2017 ... corrupt, financially corrupt. There is one thing that Christ and all the Christian saints have said with a sort of savage monotony. They have said simply that to be rich is to be in peculiar danger of moral wreck. It is not demonstrably un-Christian to kill the rich as violators of definable justice. It is not demonstrably un-Christian to crown the rich as convenient rulers of society. It is not certainly un-Christian to rebel against the rich or to submit to the rich. But it ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheSpiritsSword/~3/oL8dse96aGM/how-rich-is-rich.html

New: "The Immortal in You: How Human Nature Is More Than Science Can Say" by Michael Augros INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - July 23, 2017 ... more to you—much more—than science could possibly say. From the author of Who Designed the Designer?, this modern response to the ancient exhortation "Know thyself" delivers a wealth of fresh, powerful, and uplifting ideas about what it is to be human, which will engage thoughtful readers regardless of their beliefs. Michael Augros holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Boston College and teaches at Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, California. He is the author of ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2017/07/new-the-immortal-in-you-how-human-nature-is-more-than-science-can-say-by-michael-augros.html

The Commandments and St. Birgitta Part I: The Judgement of God on Laity and the Pope! CATHOLIC CHAMPION BLOG - July 13, 2017 St Birgitta of Sweden is another one of my favorite Saints. Her writings, like St Catherine of Siena's are informative, inspirational and at times even overwhelming. The wonderful trait that I find among both of these women is their love of God and their desire to speak the truth on how we should live. They did not mince words. Contrary to our modern theologians in Rome and elsewhere who are now telling us that their type of theology was rigid, dry and ...http://catholicchampion.blogspot.com/2017/07/the-commandments-and-st-birgitta-part-i.html

...and on the Way... AUNTIE JOANNA WRITES - June 17, 2017 ... to them even when they were new, and a language all their own: saints seemed invariably to have been pious from their toddler years or even if they were naughty it was only in a very pious sort of way (disobediently hurrying to the beach to put pebbles to put in their shoes as a penance, or something). And statements of moral teaching had a tone of mild contempt for anyone who might disagree, with an enjoyable dash of rather old-fashioned style and phraseology. Then things ...http://joannabogle.blogspot.com/2017/06/and-on-way.html

Just Because the Story Seems Strange, Doesn't Mean It Isn't True SERVANT AND STEWARD - June 15, 2017 The hagiographies of the Saints are filled with a wide variety of interactions between humans and animals, some of which seem rather fanciful, such as the talking camel found in the legend of Saints Cosmas and Damian or the donkey who knelt before the Eucharist for Saint Anthony of Padua. Some modern people happily write off these stories as pure imagination, giving them no credence whatever. While acknowledging they are a bit strange, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/BWqTvalk_yE/just-because-story-seems-strange-doesnt.html

Relating to Saints With a Past ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - June 10, 2017 ... saints who are rough around the edges; it is easier for me to relate to them. St. Augustine, St. Ignatius, Venerable Matt Talbot, whoever it is, I love saints with rough backgrounds because it gives me hope that I can be a saint too. Paul assisted in the stoning of St. Stephen and he zealously persecuted Christians, hunting them down and dragging them from their homes. Paul was basically a murderer and a bully! And God looked at Paul and thought, "Now there is ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2017/06/preferring-saints-with-past.html

The Caligula Toper TEA AT TRIANON - June 8, 2017 ... days, like saints' days or major holidays. The volume's slim size — it fits in your palm — suggests it could have been used by a single person, such as a soloist. The text is accompanied by musical notation, called 'neumes'. Although some neumes look like modern musical notes, they had a slightly different use and functioned more as an aide-mémoire for someone who already knew the tune. (Read more. ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-caligula-toper.html

Fourteen Holy Helpers A CATHOLIC LIFE - June 6, 2017 What is the devotion known as the 14 Holy Helpers Devotion? To modern Catholics who have seen much of their heritage forgotten and neglected - especially over the last 100 years - few likely have heard of the 14 Holy Helpers. But the 14 Holy Helpers are a group of fourteen saints who are patrons against various diseases. Devotion to the 14 Holy Helpers originated in the 14th century largely as a result of the Black Death (the bubonic plague). The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/_PxGweCdGF8/fourteen-holy-helpers.html

Reflection for the Solemnities of the Most Holy Trinity and the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ BIG C CATHOLICS - June 5, 2017 ... Son, Jesus Christ, who redeemed the world; and God the Holy Spirit who sustains the world. The human mind can grasp this mystery so far. Wait! There's more. These are not three gods but one God in three persons. They are one God who has existed from all time. This is the beauty of the mystery of the Trinity: Father, Son, and Spirit are in complete unity and act together as one. And then there is the celebration of the Body and Blood of Christ. Again, this article of faith will stretch the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/06/reflection-for-solemnities-of-most-holy.html

"Pope Francis, Pray for Us"??? MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - June 2, 2017 ... ought to go to God's Son. I used to think canonizations were exercises in papal infallibility. That confidence has been completely eroded. The modern Church has pushed its credibility on this score past the breaking point, with John Paul II himself, sadly, leading the way via removing the Devil's Advocate. Another example of how the Church's leaders do not seem overly keen to protect its enduring credibility in an age of disbelief. I just don't get it. Sanctity should not need ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2017/06/pope-francis-pray-for-us.html

Does the Christian Tradition Have a Problem With Smiling and Laughing? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 29, 2017 ... playfulness, marriage and virginity. It will not do to speak or act dismissively towards either side; neither will it do to arrive at an idiosyncratic interpretation that arises from ignorance and lack of thought. It seems to me that there are profound reasons why Our Lord, Our Lady, and the saints are normally depicted with serious (but bright and penetrating) countenances and that the exceptions do not cancel out this fundamental rule. Immense inward joy is not at all ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bnJ98OYQqDk/does-christian-tradition-have-problem.html