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Getting Ready to Say "Arrivederci" to Roma: Part One NUNBLOG - May 10, 2016 ... Sant'Angelo) and headed toward the famous collonnade. Spying a group of sisters ahead of us, I told Sr Marie Paul: "Follow the nuns; they know where Mass will be." Sure enough! Once the mighty gates of the Basilica were opened, we followed the sisters through the Holy Door and over to the transept altar where St John XXIII is entombed in glass. A woman brought over cruets and counted hosts into a paten as an elderly priest drew near. When he started the Mass, I couldn't believe it: I ...http://romans8v29.blogspot.com/2016/05/getting-ready-to-say-arrivederci-to.html
Fontgombault Sermon for the Ascension: "The Lord Did Not Leave Us Orphans." RORATE CÆLI - May 5, 2016 ... Gospel. The Ascension thus appears as a turning point. A new leaf is turned, a new period begins. The Word of God, after completing His visible mission, ascends back to His Father, and the Apostles have to begin fully their own mission. St. Mark is very terse in his narration of the event: And the Lord Jesus, after He had spoken to them, was taken up into heaven and sitteth on the right hand of God. (Mk 16:19) St. Luke, who also gives an account of the fact, doesn't give many ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2016/05/fontgombault-sermon-for-ascension-lord.html
Fr. Perrone: Recollections of Mother Angelica MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - April 10, 2016 ... attention. My favorite moment was during the singing of the Agnus Dei when I saw Mother's head peeking out behind us to see what she was hearing. Evidently she was pleased. After Mass she met with us to thank us personally. Needless to say, we were overcome with gratitude ourselves. Following the days of her increasing debilitation I had often thought of inviting her back to Detroit, if only to be seen once again (she could no longer speak) and receive a warm and generous public thanks for all ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2016/04/fr-perrone-recollections-of-mother.html
Fr. Perrone Remembers Mother Angelica in His Sunday Column TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - April 3, 2016 ... fed us and carted us about on a chartered bus. Our part was to have a single rehearsal with local orchestral musicians and to sing the opening Mass. It was a memorable event, of course, and Mother, with all that must have been on her mind those days, gave us a generous amount of personal attention. My favorite moment was during the singing of the Agnus Dei when I saw Mother's head peeking out behind us to see what she was hearing. Evidently she was pleased. ...http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2016/04/fr-perrone-remembers-mother-angelica-in.html
When Staring at the Son Heals Our Inner Blindness. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - March 13, 2016 ... that remarked that God is indeed awesome, and that an event like this shows the splendor of God in nature. I couldn't help but make that immediate connection with Chesterton's astute aphorism. I do not for a moment disagree that when one sees with one's own eyes the blocking out of the sun's light in broad daylight, that one is brought to realise anew God's grand display of his work in nature and the cosmos. But what is more striking is that it takes a literal blocking out of ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2016/03/when-staring-at-son-heals-our-inner.html