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Faith of Our Fathers: Abraham Lincoln's Daily Devotional SEASONS OF GRACE - January 20, 2017 At approximately 12:00 noon today, Donald J. Trump will take the Oath of Office and will become the 45th President of the United States of America. His hand will rest upon two Bibles: one, a Bible which he's owned since childhood; and the other, the Bible used by Abraham Lincoln when he took office. * * * * Abraham Lincoln, in his Second Inaugural Address, quoted Matthew 7:1-3, a scripture which has become inextricably linked to the papacy of Pope Francis: ...http://seasonsofgrace.net/faith-of-our-fathers-abraham-lincolns-daily-devotional-2/

Sts. Fabian and Sebastian, Early Martyrs for the Faith BIG C CATHOLICS - January 19, 2017 ... but to prepare the hearts and minds of the participants to act in accordance with the promptings of the Holy Spirit. At the conclave of 236 AD, a dove landed on the head of a layperson Fabian, who had traveled to Rome to see who would be selected. Fabian was unanimously chosen pope because everyone present saw the actions of the dove as a sign from God. St. Fabian served 14 years as the Vicar of Christ, the majority of which were peaceful. Admired for his ability and virtue, he expanded the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/sts-fabian-and-sebastian-early-martyrs.html

Week of Guided Prayer Can Foster Ecumenism CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 18, 2017 In the run-up to the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, an Irish sister has underlined how 'Guided Prayer' weeks are ecumenical events. Sr Eibhlis Ni Uaithuas from the Office for Evangelisation and Ecumenism has been organising Weeks of Guided Prayer for parishes in the Archdiocese of Dublin since 2012. About 20 parishes avail of this service each year. Typically, Sr Eibhlis and a group of trained ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/week-of-guided-prayer-can-foster.html

Does Catholic Praise for Mary Magdalene Show Progress Towards Women Priests? CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 16, 2017 ... something is happening". What was said about the feast day was encouraging, says Pippa Bonner of the campaign group Catholic Women's Ordination. "As soon as we spotted that we shared that news around - I think that's a very, very positive step." In 1994 Pope John Paul II declared "that the Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the Church's faithful." Jesus had "called only men as his Apostles", The ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/does-catholic-praise-for-mary-magdalene.html

Pro-Life New Year DTF DEFEND/PROCLAIM THE FAITH - December 26, 2016 ... Visitation House. And that means that your investment in our future will bring dividends of a different kind. Unlike most stock portfolios, in God's kingdom, the safest investment also shows the most growth. God bless you, Eve Lindquist, Executive Director Send donations to Visitation House , Inc. 119 Endicott St. Worcester, MA 01610 Also please do not forget Problem Pregnancy , 495 Pleasant St. in their mission to save babies at death's door across the street. Jan 6, 2017 Fri 8PM 1st Friday ...http://dtf-jayg.blogspot.com/2016/12/pro-life-new-year.html

The 'O' Antiphons CATHOLIC HOTDISH - December 16, 2016 What is an Antiphon? An antiphon is a verse or phrase sung or recited aloud or read silently before and after a Psalm or Canticle during the Divine Office or the Liturgy of the Hours. The text is often a direct quote from Scripture, or a brief reflection on a Scripture text, or a verse pertaining to the feast day, the liturgical season, or the saint of the day. An antiphon provides a spiritual context to be kept in mind for the duration of the Psalm or Canticle in much the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/eCo5EK_95Bg/

Happy New Year! COFFEE AND CANTICLES - November 26, 2016 ... Facebook Yes, it's anachronistic, but still funny. And Year A starts tonight. Don't you love getting out your volume I breviary and opening to Evening Prayer I for the first Sunday in Advent? And having a true hymn for vespers that goes back maybe a thousand years?(I refer here to Creator of the Stars of Night, aka Conditor Alme Siderum) And reading all those lovely antiphons that leave you thinking how wonderful it would be if Our Lord really would come back ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/UJ9Tqqn8lk4/happy-new-year.html

Collegium Sanctorum Angelorum: Announcing a New College for Traditional Catholics A CATHOLIC LIFE - November 26, 2016 ... whom there is currently no four-year college devoted to such a traditionally oriented formation.) The college will keep its costs affordable by limiting the size and scope of the program, by supporting the program with auxiliary income-producing enterprises – one of which is HEAVENLY ROAST COFFEE – and by using technology to achieve efficiencies wherever possible. (Look at Heavenly Roast Coffee here: http://www.heavenlyroastcoffee.com ) While the Collegium will not be an official ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/HbbJMiJWX30/collegium-sanctorum-angelorum.html

Liturgy and Personality by Dietrich Von Hildebrand COFFEE AND CANTICLES - November 19, 2016 ... was delighted to learn that von Hildebrand was a proponent of the Liturgical Movement of the 1930s thru 50s. This movement promoted greater lay understanding of, and participation in the liturgy. (As such, von Hildebrand favored the "dialogue mass" where the congregation--rather than just the altar servers--made the responses. I'll never understand why this is is virtually unseen/unheard at Extraordinary form masses these days.) The author made clear in the introduction that by "liturgy" he ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/Oyin1RRrAs4/liturgy-and-personality-by-dietrich-von.html

Regathering Fruits of Lectio THE CLOISTERED HEART - November 16, 2016 It is hard to put Lectio Divina into words. God speaks to us in Scripture, we speak to Him in prayer, and these back and forth encounters weave into and through our everyday lives. "I must admit," wrote one of you, "that when I first heard about Lectio Divina, I was intimidated thinking that it was a practice that only a few could master along with the great saints. But as I am learning more and more everyday, it can be very simple and maybe even something that I have ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/11/regathering-fruits-of-lectio.html