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Bishop Fintan Monahan Ordained As Bishop of Killaloe in Ennis Cathedral CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 26, 2016 ... beautiful, historic and expansive diocese of Killaloe. He said, "I come here today with great humility, acutely aware of my own limitations and unworthiness to take on such a great and challenging role. It is indeed a great honour for me personally and it is only with great faith in the presence of the Lord to lead and guide me along with the great support of the wonderful and welcoming community in this diocese that I would even dream of taking on such an enormous task. "It seems though that ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/bishop-fintan-monahan-ordained-as.html

Thou Shalt Not Hold Hands at Mass ... Just Say the Black and Follow the Rubrics and You Will Be Saved. ABBEY ROADS - September 25, 2016 ... , a bit tongue in cheek, but it has been my experience over the decades... I don't do it (hold hands or do the orans position at prayer or at Mass) but I see it in almost every Catholic church I have ever attended since the Charismatic Renewal spread across the country. It is now pretty much ingrained in Catholic's active participation at Mass... that old ' sensus fidelium ' raises it's novus ordo head again! Darn! Too late Fr. Holguin - it won't go away. I imagine that comment came off a bit ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2016/09/thou-shalt-not-hold-hands-at-mass-just.html

The WeConnect Parish App From LPi CATHOLIC TECH TALK - September 12, 2016 ... supported with this device, as it serves as my prayer book, my Bible, and my source for Catholic news. One thing it doesn't do is connect me with my parish community, because in the midst of all the other apps I use on a daily or weekly basis, my church community does not have a mobile app. The place where I experience "the source and summit" of my faith is not represented on my smartphone, the center of my communication universe. "Harness the latest technology to connect ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/catholictechtalk/articles/~3/9bpZ7BLG51k/

Pope Francis Accepts the Resignation of Bishop Seamus Freeman on Grounds of Ill Health CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 9, 2016 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/pope-francis-accepts-resignation-of.html

Glagolitic Mass Celebrated in Zagreb, Croatia NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 9, 2016 ... translated into English from a report originally published on www.tradicionalnamisa.com ( http://tradicionalnamisa.com/hleb-nas-vsedanni-daj-nam-danas/ ) The lighting of the Sanctus ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/01tmIlxgn84/glagolitic-mass-celebrated-in-zagreb.html

Encouraging Words for Parents From Archbishop Sample As We Begin Our New School Year SHOWER OF ROSES - September 8, 2016 ...We read in the "Decree on Christian Education" from the Second Vatican Council: "Since parents have given children their life, they are bound by the most serious obligation to educate their offspring and therefore must be recognized as the primary and principal educators. This role in education is so important that only with difficulty can it be supplied where it is lacking. Parents are the ones who must create a family atmosphere animated by love and respect for God ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/eojD/~3/gNJj0UzX5y4/archbishop-sample.html

The Case for Catholic Schools CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - September 5, 2016 ... boldly, to become disciples. We can talk more confidently about "right and wrong," "should and should not," and what God may be asking them to do. Surprisingly, one of the great benefits of the "given-ness" of this tradition is the freedom it gives us to speak plainly and honestly with each other, without quibbling over minutiae. G.K. Chesterton once said the problem with rejecting the "big laws" is not that we get liberty, or even anarchy. It's that we get the small laws. I believe one of the ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-case-for-catholic-schools.html

Pokémon Go Is the Least of My Parish's Problems CRISIS MAGAZINE - September 1, 2016 A couple weeks ago as my wife and I approached the entry doors to our parish's "Gathering Space," which leads to the church proper, the parish social hall, and the parish offices, we couldn't help but notice the signs that were prominently placed on all the doors: "Please refrain from playing Pokémon Go while inside the Church and Gathering Space." My first thought was "Seriously? We really need to tell people that?" But after ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/DqAWdzi0SXs/pokemon-go-least-parishs-problems

How a Small-Town Parish Disposed of Its Troublesome Priest CRISIS MAGAZINE - August 1, 2016 ... with a Catholic church more than a hundred years old, quite beautiful from the outside, and sadly "renovated" on the inside. The high altar was gone, replaced by a heavy table, and facing the people a simple wooden cross sans corpus in front of a large red curtain, with the tabernacle shoved off to the side. You know the routine. At least the beautiful stain glass windows were left intact, along with a couple of real statues. Sunday Mass was not exactly heavenly, but also nothing to get upset ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/K6QaInVeOJY/small-town-parish-disposed-troublesome-priest

Catholic Claim to Anglican Patrimony ATONEMENTONLINE - July 22, 2016 ... documents; namely, a paper I delivered in October 2011 at the conference titled "Council and Continuity" which took place in Phoenix, Arizona. The paper outlines the background to "The Book of Divine Worship," which resulted finally in "Divine Worship" which today is used by Ordinariate and Pastoral Provision parishes and communities. ________________________________________________________________ THE BOOK OF DIVINE WORSHIP: A Catholic Claim to Anglican Patrimony A paper ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/07/catholic-claim-to-anglican-patrimony.html

#FlashbackFriday: The Catholic Church Then and Now CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC CORNER - July 22, 2016 ... majesty. We therefore, with the sacred council's approval, strictly forbid such practices henceforth in Christian lands. We enjoin on catholic princes, one and all, who hold sovereignty over the said Saracens and in whose territory these practices occur, and we lay on them a pressing obligation under the divine judgment that, as true Catholics and zealous for the Christian faith, they give consideration to the disgrace heaped on both them and other Christians. They are to ...http://connecticutcatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2016/07/flashbackfriday-catholic-church-then.html

A Call for the Silent Canon: Praying the Eucharistic Prayer in a Quiet Voice THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - July 19, 2016 ... Eucharistic Prayer was said in a quiet voice in the Latin Church – so as to create silence at that highest moment of the Mass. The liturgical directives specified that the priest would say these prayers in this quiet tone. It was common at a sung Mass that the Sanctus hymn would continue as the priest began to pray the silent canon (having himself spoken the Sanctus ). In many places, where more elaborate Mass settings were used, it was not uncommon that the second half ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-call-for-silent-canon-praying.html

Sacra Liturgia UK: Day 2 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 6, 2016 ... participants. The day began with Dom Alcuin Reid and his paper entitled On the Council Floor: The Council Fathers' Debate of the Schema on the Sacred Liturgy , in which the question was posed: what did the Fathers of Vatican II think they were approving in Sacrosanctum Concilium - liturgical evolution or revolution? Dom Alcuin began by outlining the hermeneutical principles to be borne in mind: What happened in the interpretation and implementation of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/au-B_SylaWU/sacra-liturgia-uk-day-2.html

An Interlude From the Great & Holy Council: The Death and Burial of a Holy English Monk MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - June 25, 2016 ... September 1949 was sent to Fribourg in Switzerland to study theology. In the meantime, on 15th September 1950, he made his Solemn Profession under Abbot Anselm Lightbound. Br Luke cycled to and from Fribourg each year and in 1950, the Holy Year, cycled to Rome on pilgrimage. He was ordained to the Sacred Priesthood by Archbishop Michael McGrath of Cardiff on 13th July 1952. He completed his Licentiate in Theology in June 1953 and returned to Belmont. In Switzerland he acquired a good knowledge ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2016/06/an-interlude-from-great-holy-council.html

The Lopsided Church SPIRITUAL DEVOTIONAL - June 13, 2016 ... discovered Luke 8, only a year or so ago. Finally, I learned that women DID have a significant role in the early Church. Women were followers of Jesus in a significant way-- they traveled with Him and the Apostles. They "provided for them out of their resources." --[USCCB version]. "These women were helping to support them out of their own means." --[NIV, Application Study Bible]. Given that, at Biblical times, women were not independent financial creatures, their contribution probably ...http://spiritualdevotional.blogspot.com/2016/06/the-lopsided-church.html

UK/IE Episcopal Assembly on Upcoming Council in Crete BYZANTINE, TEXAS - June 8, 2016 ( Basilica.ro ) - "We consider it of utmost importance to make every effort for the Holy and Great Council to meet and show to the world the Synodal unity of the Church", reads a statement made by the Episcopal Assembly of the British Isles. The working session of the Assembly took place Saturday, 4 June 2016, in London. The event was held, with the blessing of His Eminence Iosif, Romanian Orthodox Metropolitan of Western and Southern Europe, at St George Romanian ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2016/06/ukie-episcopal-assembly-on-council-in.html