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Novena to St. Anne Begins CATHOLIC FIRE - July 18, 2016 Saint Anne's feast day is on July 26th, so the St. Anne Novena is traditionally started on July 17th; however, you can pray it anytime. St. Anne (Hebrew, Hannah, grace; also spelled Ann, Anne, Anna) is the mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the grandmother of Jesus, and the wife of Joachim. She is mentioned in the Apocrypha, chiefly the Protoevangelium of James, which dates back to the second century. Devotion to St. Anne dates back to the sixth century in the Church ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/07/novena-to-st-anne-begins.html
Novena to St. Anthony of Padua Begins Saturday, June 4th CATHOLIC FIRE - June 4, 2016 St. Anthony of Padua's feast day is celebrated on June 13. He is the patron saint of: amputees, animals, barrenness, elderly people, faith in the Blessed Sacrament, harvests, lost articles, mail, American Indians, oppressed people, poor people, pregnant women, sailors, swineherds, and travellers. The novena begins on Saturday, June 4th and continues for a total of nine consecutive days. Prayer O wonderful St. Anthony, glorious on account of ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/06/novena-to-st-anthony-of-padua-begins.html
The 19th Century Beuronese School: An Inspiration for Artists Today? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 31, 2016 ... contemporary culture does seem to provide naturally enough cultural reference points to allow modern people, even those without a classical education, to relate to this style. Art deco architecture, for example, is also derived from Egyptian styles. Strangely, many might find the Beuronese style with its Egyptian roots more accessible than a traditional icon in the classic Russian style of Andrei Rublev. I have read an account of the geometric proportions used in the human form in translation ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/US8otY7AQlU/the-19th-century-beuronese-school.html
Mother Teresa of Calcutta: Pentecost Illumines the Night THESE STONE WALLS - May 11, 2016 ... sense. The seaside town of Marblehead is at the head of a deep harbor, so the dawn's early light is seen there a few seconds later than in other North Shore coastal towns. It's figurative meaning is that some reality that has been eluding us is now finally made clear. Light finally dawned on Marblehead today when I set out to write about Pentecost and ended up writing about soon-to-be Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta. There is a connection that I had to spend some time ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/dkEQfOUkEKg/