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Sunday Sermon, November 9 -- Why Catholics Venerate Relics, and How to Become a Saint THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - November 18, 2014 ... observance of the sacred ceremonies dear to his heart? Did he love devotion to the Blessed Virgin, and he endeavor to propagate it? Did he pray long and frequently before the Blessed Sacrament? Did he show a tender devotion to the Passion of Jesus Christ? Did he often meditate on this mystery? With what fervor and piety? Did he strive to enkindle this devotion in others? Did he burn with the desire to shed his blood for the truths of faith? Did he venerate the Sacred Scripture and writings of ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2014/11/sunday-sermon-november-9-why-catholics.html

Is It Really a Mortal Sin to Skip Sunday Mass? THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - October 21, 2014 ... from the preceding evening until midnight of the day – thus, a Saturday evening Mass (whether for the Sunday or for the Saturday, or a wedding Mass, etc) will fulfill the Sunday obligation. This is, however, a positive precept, rather than a negative one. This is significant since there can be no exceptions to negative precepts – there is never a case when a man is permitted to commit adultery or to lie, for example. However, a man may be excused from positive precepts for a ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2014/10/is-it-really-mortal-sin-to-skip-sunday.html

Saint Francis and the Liturgy VULTUS CHRISTI - October 4, 2014 Franciscans and the Liturgy: A Benedictine Point of View Here and there in the family of the Seraphic Saint Francis of Assisi one finds communities that glow with a warm love for liturgical prayer. I'm thinking, in particular of the Poor Ladies of Bethlehem Monastery in Barhamsville, Virginia, where a warm and glowing love for the Sacred Liturgy has been fostered for many years. I'm thinking also of the Conventual Franciscan Friar at the Basilica of ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/saint-francis-and-the-liturgy/

The Catholic Nook: Holy/Prayer Cards LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 4, 2014 ... Cards , whom I've ordered from before. Their latest email had this new web address, promoting materials for the upcoming beatification of Pope Paul VI in October. And so I started adding cards to my cart. :) Some for my nephews, some for me to add to my office collection. St. Nicholas for all of the kids for his feast day on December 6th. A few for friends. St. Isadore the Farmer for Henry, because I'm getting him a painted wooden St. Isadore for his Christmas stocking, isn't he smashing? This ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-catholic-nook-holyprayer-cards.html