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DPPL 47-49: A Current Imbalance CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - September 5, 2014 ... through Jesus Christ" (1 Pt 2,5; Rm 12,1), and, according to their condition, participate fully in the Church's worship. This is often accompanied by the phenomenon of a Liturgy dominated by clerics who also perform the functions not reserved to them and which, in turn, causes the faithful to have recourse to piuos exercises through which they feel a sense of becoming active participants; In reform2 circles, we've seen criticism of the "Church Horizontal," or a sense that the ministerial ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/dppl-47-49-a-current-imbalance/
Joining the Universal Banquet A CATHOLIC CITIZEN IN AMERICA - August 3, 2014 ... the sacrifice offered by the Church. It is called 'Mass' (from the Latin missa ) because of the 'mission' or 'sending' with which the liturgical celebration concludes (Latin: ' Ite, Missa est. ') ( 1332 ; cf. 1088 , 1382 , 2192 ). See Eucharist ; Paschal Mystery/Sacrifice . " (Catechism, Glossary, Mass ) From ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ACatholicCitizenInAmerica/~3/OAP2W2F271E/joining-universal-banquet.html
The Moral Theology of the Liturgy DOMINE, DA MIHI HANC AQUAM! - July 22, 2014 ... expectation of 'new heavens' and 'a new earth,' but this increases, rather than lessens, our sense of responsibility for the world today"(20). The eschatological tension is best exemplified by the "fruit of a transfigured existence and a commitment to transforming the world in accordance with the Gospel[...]"(20). Here is where the ethics of the Eucharist begins to make sense: transfigured men and women transforming the world according to Gospel values. If the reception of the Body and Blood ...http://hancaquam.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-moral-theology-of-liturgy.html
DOM ODO CASEL and DOM ILDEFONS HERWEGEN: TWO GLORIES OF THE BENEDICTINE ORDER MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - July 21, 2014 ... consummated in perfection by the mysteries of Easter which he had given to initiates. Thanks be to God." Turbulent times for the pen and the sword Casel's claim on our attention lies in his thoughts and writings, and above all in his vision of the "Christian thing" and, more specifically, of Christian worship. But before we turn to this, a word must be said about the wider context of his life and thought. This - to repeat - was Germany, the Germany that had lost a world war, an emperor and an ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2014/07/dom-odo-casel-and-dom-ildefons-herwegen.html