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Navarre Bible Commentary:Wednesday, 1st Week of Advent JOE CATHOLIC - December 3, 2014 ... full of the broken pieces left over. Catholic Exegesis: The Second Vatican Council teaches that if we are to derive the true meaning from the sacred texts, attention must be devoted "not only to their content but to the unity of the whole of Scripture, the living tradition of the entire Church, and the analogy of faith. […] Everything to do with the interpretation of Scripture is ultimately subject to the judgment of the Church, which exercises the divinely conferred communion and ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/12/navarre-bible-commentary-wednesday-1st.html
Our Daily Bread, Corpus Christi 2014 FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS - October 26, 2014 ... daily bread", as a reference to the Eucharist -so it's a profound text to meditation on for today's feast. Pope Benedict, in his first volume of his Jesus of Nazareth (pp.150-157) trilogy writes about how there are multiple levels in this petition. We can think, first of all, about it as a simple prayer asking for our MATERIAL needs, symbolised in a petition for the request for the basic form of our most basic necessity: bread, as food. When we read the ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2014/06/our-daily-bread-corpus-christi-2014_22.html
Guilt-Free Learning Notes, Sept. 30 DARWINCATHOLIC - September 30, 2014 ... meditation from One Bread, One Body , a Catholic devotional booklet with a teaching based on the day's readings.We happen to use this, instead of Magnificat or any other of the fine devotionals out there, because my dad is one of the editors of One Bread, One Body, and has been for many years, and often if it states at the bottom of the page that the teaching was submitted by a member of the editorial team, there's a pretty good chance that Dad wrote it. So we ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2014/09/guilt-free-learning-notes-sept-30.html
Celebration vs. Concelebration: Theological Considerations NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 1, 2014 ... Himself declared (cf. Lk 12:49), would we not want His ministers to be igniting many distinct fires every day? There is, after all, no limit to the need of the human race for this warming, illuminating, and transformative fire. There is, of course, a canonical limit, based upon reasons of fittingness, to the number of Masses a priest may celebrate on a given day, and there can be legitimate reasons for not offering Mass on a particular day (e.g., sickness, lengthy travel, a time of war or ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/maa0yi7WXvs/celebration-vs-concelebration.html