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No One, Sir YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - March 23, 2015 Monday of the Fifth Week of Lent The Lord heard her prayer…Thus was innocent blood spared that day. Daniel 13:44, 62 Has no one condemned you?" She replied, "No one, sir." Then Jesus said, "Neither do I condemn you. Go, and from now on do not sin anymore." John 8:10-11 Piety The LORD is my shepherd; there is nothing I lack. In green pastures he makes me lie down; to still waters he leads me; He restores my soul. He guides me along right paths for the sake of his ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2015/03/no-one-sir.html

WDTPRS Laetare 4th Sunday of Lent (2002MR): "With Prompt Devotion and Eager Faith" FR. Z'S BLOG - March 14, 2015 ... "Rejoice!" On Laetare Sunday there is a slight relaxation of Lent's penitential spirit, because we have a glimpse of the joy that is coming at Easter, now near at hand. The custom of using rose vestments is tied to the Station churches in Rome. The Station for Laetare Sunday is the Basilica of the Holy Cross of Jerusalem where the relics of Cross and Passion brought from the Holy Land by St. Helena (+c. 329), mother of the Emperor Constantine (+337), were ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/tn0WlxcU8pA/

A "Jubilee of Mercy" – On 2nd Anniversary, Pope Calls Extraordinary Holy Year of "God's Forgiveness" WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - March 13, 2015 ... hour of the second anniversary of his election by returning to his favorite sacrament – leading a Lenten Penance Service with individual Confessions in St Peter's – Francis upped the ante considerably moments ago with a surprise announcement of immense significance: his indiction of an "Extraordinary Holy Year of Mercy" as a moment for the entire church to spread the word of God's forgiveness, beginning on December 8th. Set to include the opening of the basilica's ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2015/03/a-jubilee-of-mercy-on-2nd-anniversary.html

"Lord, Who Throughout These Forty Days ..." MAN WITH BLACK HAT - March 11, 2015 ... five years, it is also the occasion for a "selfie," a self-taken photo using a cellphone and posted online. Some would call this an extension of that witness, while others would decry yet another exercise in self-aggrandizement. This year's penitential season marks a change for your truly. Under the current discipline in the western Church, in addition to those fourteen years of age and older abstaining from meat on Fridays, those between the ages of fourteen and fifty-nine ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2015/03/lord-who-throughout-these-forty-days.html

Lent As a Kid GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - February 25, 2015 ... penitential. In our Catholic School, right before the beginning of Lent, we were all given this flat piece of cardboard, with instructions on how to fold it and turn it into our Lenten "mite box." It didn't dawn on me until recently that the word "mite" referred to the widow's mite in the Gospel story . . . duh! I did a search for an image of a mite box and found this one, which is sponsored by the Lutheran Women's Missionary League. Anyone else given these ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2015/02/lent-as-kid.html

Our Christian Lenten Journey: Prayer, Penitence and Christian Asceticism THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - February 19, 2015 http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2015/02/our-christian-lenten-journey-prayer.html

Ash Wednesday - "Remember Man That Thou Art Dust and Unto Dust Thou Shalt Return..." ROMAN CHRISTENDOM - February 19, 2015 On Ash Wednesday... Feria quarta cinerum in tempi quadragesimæ... (The Wednesday of ashes in the time of the 40 days i.e. Lent...) On this day Catholics the world over receive on their foreheads the sign of the cross in ash, administered by the priest, to symbolise the transience of life, the need for repentance (ash being a sign of repentence) and the hope of immortality in the life to come. As he administers the ashes the priest says (in Latin in the traditional ...http://romanchristendom.blogspot.com/2015/02/memento-homo-quia-pulvis-es-et-in.html

10 Ash Wednesday Quotes From Pope Benedict XVI TOM PERNA - February 18, 2015 Today, on Ash Wednesday, we enter the great penitential season of Lent, a season that draws our attention to prayer, sacrifice, and almsgiving. For many, this season is about "giving something up" (in today's social media driven world that would be Facebook). Whatever your Lenten fast is this year, I encourage to do it, and to do it well. Fasting though is only 1/3 of the Lenten motif, we must also pray and give alms. Since prayer is our encounter with ...http://tomperna.org/2015/02/18/10-ash-wednesday-quotes-from-pope-benedict-xvi/

CCM's Big Fat Lenten Post 2015 SOUTHERN FRIED CATHOLICISM BLOG - February 17, 2015 As all of you know, Lent begins tomorrow on Ash Wednesday. Let's tackle some of the common questions folks have about Lent and Ash Wednesday: What is Lent? Lent is a time when all throughout the Church prepare to celebrate Easter through penance, prayer, fasting and alms-giving. Traditionally, the season of Lent lasts forty days (not counting the Sundays of Lent), from Ash Wednesday until ...http://southernfriedcatholicism.blogspot.com/2015/02/ccms-big-fat-lenten-post-2015.html

What Are You Doing for Lent? Lenten Activities 2015 CATHOLIC FIRE - February 15, 2015 WHAT IS LENT? "Lent is a retreat that the Church gives us in order to re-focus on what should be first in our lives. The purpose of Jesus' life was to glorify the Father and save the world. ..Lent is not first a time of giving up but a time to re-choose to be the victim of Christ, the Lamb. It is a time to live the Beatitudes." - Fr. Marie-Dominique Philippe, OP Lent is a 40-day period of preparation for Easter Sunday and ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/02/what-are-you-doing-for-lent-lenten.html

Quinquagesima Sunday and the Beginning of Lent 1863 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - February 14, 2015 ... directed. Violet . FAST. The FAST OF LENT is to be continued until EASTER on all days except Sundays on which ABSTINENCE is to be observed, unless Dispensation be granted. The time for complying with the obligation of PASCHAL COMMUNION commences on ASH-WEDNESDAY and continues until LOW SUNDAY inclusively. 19 Thursday . Feria. Violet . 20 Friday . The Crown of Thorns of OUR LORD, greater double. Second prayers and last Gospel of the feria. Creed . Preface of the Cross. Red . ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2015/02/quinquagesima-sunday-and-beginning-of.html

The Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - February 11, 2015 ... general in the Fourth General Congregation. He was only 37 years of age and a Jesuit for only l4 years. He was general under eight popes. He had been a fellow novice with St Stanislaus. · Feb 20, 1860. Pope Pius IX visits the rooms of St Ignatius. · Feb 21, 1595. At Tyburn, the martyrdom of Robert Southwell after he had suffered brutal tortures in Topcliffe's house and in prison. He embraced the jailer who brought him word that he was to be executed. As he breathed his last, Lord ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-sixth-sunday-of-ordinary-time.html

Ash Wednesday in the Dominican Rite (Low Mass) DOMINICAN LITURGY - February 5, 2015 ... couple of problems arise when the ceremony is conducted without music by a priest alone with only one server. Fortunately, the Missale Ordinis Praedicatorum (1965), p. 40, resolves some of the questions, but on at least one it is silent. First a question not related to the music, what if there is no prior (or pastor) available to bless the ashes? In fact, the Dominican Missal assumes the presence of a Dominican community and therefore a prior or, at least, a superior. But there is rubric that ...http://dominican-liturgy.blogspot.com/2015/02/ash-wednesday-in-dominican-rite-low-mass.html

Dominican Rite Blessing of Ashes With Low Mass NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 5, 2015 ... couple of problems arise when the ceremony is conducted without music by a priest alone with only one server. Fortunately, the Missale Ordinis Praedicatorum (1965), p. 40, resolves some of the questions, but on at least one it is silent. First a question not related to the music, what if there is no prior (or pastor) available to bless the ashes? In fact, the Dominican Missal assumes the presence of a Dominican community and therefore a prior or, at least, a superior. But there is rubric that ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/quyf9x7k-6g/dominican-rite-blessing-of-ashes-with.html

One Hour of Prayer Is Worth More Than the Whole World SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 5, 2015 King David in prayer With the holy season of Lent now fast approaching (Ash Wednesday is February 18th), we would each do well to give some serious and prayerful consideration to what particular and personal penance(s) we might take up during the penitential days. These penances typically involve an in increase of prayer, fasting, and alms-giving. Increasing our fasting by decreasing the amount of food we eat is not - for most of us - a tremendously ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/4NQSK1S0yQ4/one-hour-of-prayer-is-worth-more-than.html

Advent Spiritual Reading SUFFERING WITH JOY - December 3, 2014 ... 1915 book, The Prince of Peace . Each one begins with Sacred Scripture and then follows with a commentary related to the passage. I'm hooked. So hooked that I downloaded a free copy from ForgottenBooks.com so I could have it as a reference and use it whenever I want…up to a point. Warning: Although the copy is free, ForgottenBooks has blocked certain pages to induce readers to buy a monthly membership at their site in order to read the entire book. Over the years I've seen books by ...http://www.sufferingwithjoy.com/2014/12/03/advent-spiritual-reading/

Advent Starts: Come Lord Jesus! VIVIFICAT! - December 1, 2014 ... and we find ourselves in a new penitential season, a little Lent, although the sense of Advent as a penitential season followed by the "little Easter" of the Birth of Jesus Christ has been mostly lost from our liturgical awareness. We need to rescue that memory and once again make it a living part of our consciousness. I also like Advent because it constitutes and entire season of pining for the Parousia, the final manifestation or "second ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cybercatholics/jrWV/~3/umedhNLmW8g/advent-starts-come-lord-jesus.html