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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

Praying the Psalms PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - October 13, 2016 I wanted to share with you one way to pray the Psalms. I encourage anyone who is serious about praying Psalms to use the Divine Office of the Catholic Church. I began praying it about twenty years ago using the one volume edition entitled, "Christian Prayer." It is a wonderful prayer and a wonderful book. As a lay person, a married man, and a father however, there just is not time to pray all of the hours. Typically, I had time enough ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2016/10/praying-psalms.html

Statement of the Autumn 2016 General Meeting of the Irish Catholic Bishops' Conference CLERICAL WHISPERS - October 7, 2016 ... of sexual abuse Child safeguarding Theme for Mission month 2016: 'Every Christian is a missionary' Mass and reception for the staff and for those who assist the agencies and commissions of the Bishops' Conference Appointments and retirements Bishop Edward Daly RIP Launch in Ireland of the World Meeting of Families 2018 Pope Francis asked that the 9 th World Meeting of Families take place in Dublin from 22 to 26 August 2018. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin is its President and host, and ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/10/statement-of-autumn-2016-general.html

Jesuits Begin Process to Choose New Superior CLERICAL WHISPERS - October 4, 2016 ... life and immortality shine through the Gospel." Jesus still invites everyone to make themselves servants of a table — "a table of sinners, a table of welcome for all to which are invited the blind and the lame, Pharisees and publicans, adulterers and good people," he said. He also urged the Jesuits to find the strength and creativity of fidelity to the Holy Spirit "as he leads us to encounter and to listen to the other." The current superior, Fr Adolfo Nicolas, formally presented his ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/10/jesuits-begin-process-to-choose-new.html

Quiet Days for Busy People and Digital Detox Are Part of Knock Autumn/Winter Faith Renewal Programme CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 22, 2016 ... experience. The concert is a lively and colourful four-part story of love, loss, forgiveness and reconciliation told through song and screen presentations. Tickets are on sale now from Ticket Master and from the Bookshop and Mass Card Office at Knock Shrine. 'Living in Hope' is a day for wellbeing and positivity, presented by Deirdre Ní Chinnéide, it offers an opportunity for time out to experience God's presence. Father Richard Gibbons, Parish Priest of Knock, spoke ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/quiet-days-for-busy-people-and-digital.html

Reflections on the Sacred Heart IVY ROSARY - September 16, 2016 ... Catholic piety, and especially the piety centering on the Sacred Heart. Jesus came down from heaven, saw how much evil there is in the world, and let himself suffer in order to make atonement for that evil. Without that atonement, God the Father would continue to be angry with the human race. As I continued my with the psalms, the tone changed. The psalms reflect the attitude that we are in trouble, and we depend on God to help us. Jesus prayed those psalms. Tradition said that King David was ...http://ivyrosary.blogspot.com/2016/09/reflections-on-sacred-heart.html