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Time to Set Forth PRAYER ON THE HILL - April 21, 2014 ... Sundays, there is a sense not only of "job well done by all in the parish," but there is finally a time for some quiet reflection after experiencing the power of the Sacred Triduum. The joy experienced in the Sacrament of Reconciliation is truly a blessing. There were many hours of "hearing" sins, failures, disappointment, hatred, loss of control, feelings of hurting God. Yet, so often after a few simple words, hopefully stirring up once again a realization of the gift of forgiveness, there is ...http://prayeronthehill.blogspot.com/2014/04/time-to-set-forth.html

Mass of the Lord's Supper THE CANON'S STALL - April 18, 2014 Here is a rough precis of my homily at the Mass of the Lord's Supper yesterday evening. I spoke briefly about the third theme of the evening - the priesthood - at the end of Mass. The Collect or Opening Prayer of our Mass this evening used a beautiful phrase, calling the Eucharist "the banquet of love". What a wonderful description of the Sacrament whose institution we celebrate this evening. In fact, ...http://thecanonsstall.blogspot.com/2014/04/mass-of-lords-supper.html

Observe What Is Set Before You and Imitate It: Holy Thursday Homily 2014 VERITATEM FACIENTES IN CARITATE. PROCLAIMING THE TRUTH IN LO - April 18, 2014 ... directs our attention to the Proverbs of Solomon where there is a verse that aids us in opening up the meaning of this evening's sacred liturgy… If you sit down to eat at the table of a ruler, observe carefully what is set before you; then stretch out your hand, knowing that you must provide the same kind of meal yourself. Our commemoration of the Lord's Supper is an annual reminder of the kind of Eucharistic life we are called to live as disciples of Jesus. Jesus is the ...http://proclaimthetruthinlove.blogspot.com/2014/04/observe-what-is-set-before-you-and.html

Pause for Prayer: WEDNESDAY 4/16 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - April 15, 2014 Wednesday of Holy Week is sometimes called Spy Wednesday because the gospel for this day's Mass relates how Judas (the "spy") conspired to betray Christ and hand him over to the authorities for thirty pieces of silver. This is a longer-than-usual daily prayer post: it includes a scripture , a brief reflection , a haunting song (not to be missed!) and a regular Pause for Prayer . It's Holy Week - take the few extra minutes this post asks of ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2014/04/pause-for-prayer-wednesday-416.html

40 Days of Seeking Him in Lent 2014, Holy Week DAY BY DAY IN OUR WORLD - April 13, 2014 ... is in our sights.  Today we celebrate Palm Sunday, recalling how Christ entered Jerusalem with the crowd cheering him into town.  At Mass, we also read one version of the Passion which sets our minds upon what is to come during Holy Week.  As we mark the days, we anticipate the arrival of Easter and the celebration of how Christ's ultimate sacrifice brought us life.   We went to Mass last night as today I will be leading a short Seder meal ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/DayByDayInOurWorld/~3/ZbErdUHQWQA/

Holy Rosary - Stuttgart SNUP'S VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW - April 13, 2014 ... On in Majesty Offertory: Were You There Communion: Praise O Zion Voices Raising Closing: All Glory, Laud and Honor Homily: Jesus rode in on a donkey. In times of war, the King rode a horse. In times of peace, the King rode a donkey. Jesus is the King of Peace. In 1 and 2 Maccabees, the people wave palms at the victorious Kings. The people sang Hosanna which means Save the King. I encourage you to participate in the Liturgies this week. They build on each other. Remember God's Love for each and ...http://viewfrombackpew.blogspot.com/2014/04/holy-rosary-stuttgart.html

What Are We Going to Do? YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - April 12, 2014 ... fully expresses our faith. No confession brings perfection. No pastoral visit brings wholeness. No program accomplishes the Church's mission. No set of goals and objectives includes everything. This is what we are about. We plant the seeds that one day will grow. We water seeds already planted, knowing that they hold future promise. We lay foundations that will need further development. We provide yeast that produces far beyond our capabilities. We cannot do everything, and there is a sense of ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2014/04/what-are-we-going-to-do.html

Lectio Divina for Passion Week VULTUS CHRISTI - April 8, 2014 ... lectio divina notebook or file cards, and a pen. 3. Opening your Bible reverently, kneel at your desk. 4. Invoke the Holy Ghost by praying the Veni, Sancte Spiritus , or another invocation of the Holy Ghost. 5. Having invoked the Holy Ghost, kiss the sacred page and read the first few lines of the designated passage on your knees. After this you may be seated. Practice Your daily lectio divina consists of the following: A. The Introit, Epistle, Gradual, Alleluia (or Tract), ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/04/lectio-divina-for-passion-week/

Lectio Divina for the Fourth Week of Lent VULTUS CHRISTI - March 31, 2014 ... by praying the Veni, Sancte Spiritus , or another invocation of the Holy Ghost. 5. Having invoked the Holy Ghost, kiss the sacred page and read the first few lines of the designated passage on your knees. After this you may be seated. Practice Your daily lectio divina consists of the following: A. The Introit, Epistle, Gradual, Alleluia (or Tract), Gospel, Offertory Antiphon, and Communion Antiphon of the Mass of the Day. You are to find these texts in your Missal, and then ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/03/6581/

Holy Mass 'Done' Right -- In Rome BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - March 30, 2014 "Is that normally how you have Mass on Sundays?" "Howso?" "With incense, with a fair amount of chanting, with some Latin?" "Sure," the seminarians nodded, in the sacristy after Mass. "I was very, very edified," I told them. Even though I've been in Rome on and off since early February, this was the first Sunday I participated in Holy Mass at the North American College, where principally U.S. seminarians attend (although some hail from ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/03/holy-mass-done-right-in-rome.html

St. John the Baptist -Hot Springs SNUP'S VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW - March 23, 2014 ... pours himself into our souls. Jesus brings up the woman's sin. To embrace Jesus she must renounce the sins of the past and set out on a grace filled journey. We are called. The proper response is like that of the woman at the well, acknowledge Jesus. Jesus identified Himself to her as she had an open heart. The woman's mission was to get water but now her mission is to bring Jesus to the others. Her excitement and deepening love compelled her and changed her life. The take away is that Jesus ...http://viewfrombackpew.blogspot.com/2014/03/st-john-baptist-hot-springs.html

Good Shepherd - Fordyce SNUP'S VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW - March 16, 2014 ... for the 4 pm Saturday Mass. And as luck would have it, I was in time for Stations of the Cross (Oh my poor calf...walked 6 miles and now Stations...I slept until noon on Sunday BTW). This has to be one of the tiniest actual churches I've been in. I've been in some small chapels, but not actual parish churches that are this small. I think there may have been maybe 20 pews....only because they were short and in 3 columns. It's a contest as to whether my 606 sq ft apartment is ...http://viewfrombackpew.blogspot.com/2014/03/good-shepherd-fordyce.html

Our Lady of Good Hope - Hope SNUP'S VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW - March 16, 2014 ... I passed Hope, where I attended the 9 am Mass at Our Lady of Good Hope. Before Mass, there was Eucharistic Adoration. The Tantum Ergo was sung in Latin (One day I'll learn how to say the first verse in Latin, I've got the 2nd, I can't get the first.) Music was provided by an organ and a choir. The music for the Mass Settings were provided by a computer. Opening: From Ashes to the Living Font Offertory: Shepherd of Souls ...http://viewfrombackpew.blogspot.com/2014/03/our-lady-of-good-hope-hope.html

2nd Sunday of Lent, Year A, Shaftesbury FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS - March 15, 2014 http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2014/03/2nd-sunday-of-lent-year-shaftesbury.html

Lectio Divina for the First Week of Lent VULTUS CHRISTI - March 9, 2014 ... 4. Invoke the Holy Ghost by praying the Veni, Sancte Spiritus , or another invocation of the Holy Ghost. 5. Having invoked the Holy Ghost, kiss the sacred page and read the first few lines of the designated passage on your knees. After this you may be seated. Practice Your daily lectio divina consists of the following: A. The Introit, Epistle, Gradual, Alleluia (or Tract), Gospel, Offertory Antiphon, and Communion Antiphon of the Mass of the Day. You are to find these texts in ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/03/lectio-divina-for-the-first-week-of-lent/

Cum Ipso Sum in Tribulatione VULTUS CHRISTI - March 9, 2014 ... wilderness, uncharted, inhospitable, and haunted by evil spirits. This being said, the tone of today's Mass is reassuring and full of confidence. Psalm 90 ( Qui habitat ) runs through the Mass of the First Sunday of Lent from beginning to end. "He will give thee the shelter of his arms; under his wings thou shalt find refuge, his faithful care thy watch and ward" (Psalm 90:4-5). The desert is, paradoxically, the very place where, cut off from all else, we ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/03/cum-ipso-sum-in-tribulatione/

Attending a Catholic Church As a Non-Catholic ARCHANGEL PRESS - March 7, 2014 ... from time to time from my non-Catholic friends so I figured I would address it here. Non-Catholics are very much welcome at a Catholic Mass! In fact, I encourage everyone whether or not you are interested in becoming Catholic to go to a mass and see what it is like. What happens there? Well, depends on the day but you may show up before mass and be greeted by a greeter at the door. Once inside the sanctuary they may be praying the rosary or ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ArchangelPress/~3/qDj37G_Qyl4/attending-catholic-church-as-non.html

Francis and the Weeping Priests FR. Z'S BLOG - March 6, 2014 ... laying it on so hard. Explained that if he didn't preach his tough message he could not be saved. If they listened or didn't listen he was going to preach anyway and thus save his own soul. "But" he concluded, " Nolo salvus esse sine vobis ! … I don't want to be saved without you!" ( s . 17.2) Back to that point about the prayer in the older Missal. I think his description of the older, traditional Missal is unfortunate and blinkered, but let that pass for now (cf. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/D9XtOs7OwLc/

An Open Letter to Most Rev. Michael Olson, Bishop of Fort Worth FR. Z'S BLOG - March 5, 2014 I propose a possible way to diffuse some of the tension surrounding Fort Worth's Bp. Olson and his banning of Mass celebrated according to the 1962 Missale Romanum at Fisher More College. Years ago, when I worked at the Pontifical Commission " Ecclesia Dei ", we had an especially tense and even bitter round of correspondence with an American bishop who steadfastly denied to the faithful any use of the Traditional Latin Mass. Hundreds of people signed ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/vxz6Soluef8/

Fr. Zuhlsdorf: An Open Letter to Most Rev. Michael Olson, Bishop of Fort Worth SANCTE PATER - March 5, 2014 By Fr. John Zuhlsdorf ( Fr. Z's Blog ) I propose a possible way to diffuse some of the tension surrounding Fort Worth's Bp. Olson and his banning of Mass celebrated according to the 1962 Missale Romanum at Fisher More College. Years ago, when I worked at the Pontifical Commission " Ecclesia Dei ", we had an especially tense and even bitter round of correspondence with an American bishop who steadfastly denied to the faithful any use of the Traditional ...http://www.sanctepater.com/2014/03/fr-zuhlsdorf-open-letter-to-most-rev.html

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