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27th Sunday AND 28th Sunday and the BISHOP'S SYNOD GLORIA OLIVAE - October 18, 2014 ... this is the life of repentance. They entered the Banquet Hall; this is Faith. They went to the table with the fatted calf; this is Charity. One man, however, entered the Hall, showing he had repented and had Faith. But when the King entered to check, as He always does, if all had wedding gowns, He saw that this man had no gown and when asked why, he could not answer. How come he could not answer? Because he had repented and he had Faith. So he should know and should have the power to reach ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_10_01_archive.html#7125116069818394423

The Order for a Synod, From the 1595 Pontifical of Clement VIII (First Day) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - October 15, 2014 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/YG7BqDtVzsc/the-order-for-synod-from-1595.html

Blessed Anna Maria Taigi - An Example for the Synod on the Family KNIGHT OF THE WHITE CROSS - October 10, 2014 http://tuitiofidei.blogspot.com/2014/10/blessed-anna-maria-taigi-example-for.html

4 Ways to Help Minorities Become Traditional Catholics A CATHOLIC LIFE - October 7, 2014 ... completely eradicate this notion out of our minds. Let's consider the following: 1. Invite non-Catholic minorities to Mass with you. It's a holy act and one that we should all be doing more often. There are many protestant minorities in our society. There are too many ex-Catholics in the Hispanic community who are seeking spirituality in the un-holiness of Pentecostalism and the like. Are we inviting them back to Mass? Are we bringing them with us to the Solemn High Masses so they can ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/Dg1M8f72omI/4-ways-to-help-minorities-become.html

Saint Francis and the Liturgy VULTUS CHRISTI - October 4, 2014 ... holiness of the Eucharist demands that one celebrate and adore this mystery mindful of its greatness, importance, and efficacy for Christian life, but it also demands purity, consistency, and holiness of life from each one of us, in order to be living witnesses of Christ's one sacrifice of love. The saint of Assisi never stopped contemplating how "the Lord of the universe, God and Son of God, is so humble as to conceal himself, for our salvation, in the paltry appearance of ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/saint-francis-and-the-liturgy/

AND THE DEVIL ENTERED INTO HIM Because He Did Not Believe. GLORIA OLIVAE - September 27, 2014 ... including bishops and cardinals) return to the seminary and relearn their Moral Theology kneeling down before the Blessed Sacrament because that is the only way to learn theology; as expressed in the 'new evangelization' and quoting Christ in praising Peter in learning his theology the right way. AT THIS POINT we are faced with this reality; first, that we cannot learn the way to salvation from our priests, bishops and cardinals. Secondly, that there is no way by which we can know if the sins ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_09_01_archive.html#6155097041010610293

St. Peter Claver ATONEMENTONLINE - September 8, 2014 ... work, declaring himself "the slave of the Negroes forever." As soon as a slave ship entered the port, Peter Claver moved into its infested hold to minister to the ill-treated and exhausted passengers. After the slaves were herded out of the ship like chained animals and shut up in nearby yards to be gazed at by the crowds, the young priest plunged in among them with medicines, food, bread, brandy, lemons and tobacco. With the help of interpreters he gave basic instructions and ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/09/st-peter-claver.html

Ten Ways to Fall in Love With the Eucharist DA MIHI ANIMAS - September 7, 2014 ... whole lifetime without it." (St. Peter Julian Eymard) "How I love the feasts!… I especially loved the processions in honor of the Blessed Sacrament. What a joy it was for me to throw flowers beneath the feet of God!… I was never so happy as when I saw my roses touch the sacred Monstrance." (St. Therese the Little Flower) "When you look at the Crucifix, you understand how much Jesus loved you then. When you look at the Sacred Host you understand how much Jesus loves you now." ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/09/ten-ways-to-fall-in-love-with-eucharist.html

Unbelievably Bad Popes Who Can Strengthen One's Faith in Christ's Promises and the Church MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - September 2, 2014 ... Pope Stephen VI ordered the body of his predecessor, Pope Formosus, to be exhumed and tried for violations of Church law; Formosus was found guilty, stripped of his vestments, and desecrated. Later that year, Stephen himself was strangled in prison. Bribery was common. Benedict IX paid to become pope in the eleventh century, but later resigned on the condition that he receive his money back. The general picture by the fifteenth century was not ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2014/09/unbelievably-bad-popes-who-can.html

Saint Pius X COMMUNIO - August 21, 2014 Today, we celebrate the liturgical memorial Saint Pius X and the centenary of his death. He was the 257th pope. The Eucharist, in part because of Pius, is far more central to our lives as Catholics than before him. His intuition and boldness of teaching open new doors to radical gift of the Holy Eucharist. Rome Reports has a brief presentation on Pius. From the Discourse of Pope Pius XII at ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/08/saint-pius-x-2/

Centenary of the Death of St Pius X NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 20, 2014 From a discourse of His Holiness Pope Pius XII, on the canonization of Pope St Pius X. Sanctity, which was the guide and inspiration of the undertakings of Pius X, shines forth even more clearly in the daily acts of his personal life. Before applying it to others, he put into practice in himself his program of returning all things to unity in Christ. As a humble parish priest, as bishop, as the Supreme ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Dg_9KiY9i7s/centenary-of-death-of-st-pius-x.html

An Ordinary's Not So Ordinary Life, Chapter Fifteen ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - August 18, 2014 !!!! Pope Pius VI with Cardinal Ottaviani on his right. Dan Herr, the former Editor of Crisis Magazine once wrote in one of his editorials, that if the Church had the same custom as the Chinese and named each year after an animal, the year 1968 would have to be named The Year of the Louse. From different vantage points it was both the best and the worst of years. It was a watershed year in the life of the Church. It was inevitable that society would ...http://abyssum.org/2014/08/18/an-ordinarys-not-so-ordinary-life-chapter-fifteen/

An Ordinary's Not So Ordinary Life, Chapter Fourteen ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP - August 17, 2014 ... it "without the monks". Easter morning they sang the " Lux et Origo " Mass without books. In 1960 I attended the Liturgical Week in Pittsburgh. The Week opened with a Mass celebrated outdoors in the Golden Triangle, the park at the meeting of the Ohio and Monongahela rivers. The Mass was memorable for me because the celebrant/homilist was Bishop John Wright, then Bishop of Pittsburgh and in his memorable homily Bishop Wright built on the word sperabamus ("we used to hope")describing the ...http://abyssum.org/2014/08/17/an-ordinarys-not-so-ordinary-life-chapter-fourteen/

The Lowest Common Denominator LEX ORANDI, LEX CREDENDI - August 4, 2014 H/T to Cartman who manages to capture the accuracy of a situation. In November 22, 1903, Pope St. Pius X issued his famous Motu Proprio on music in the sacred liturgy, Tra Le Sollecitudini. The Motu Proprio addressed the major problem of secular influences creeping into the sacred liturgy. At the time of the venerable Supreme Pontiff, opera started infiltrating the music used at the Mass. Pope St. Pius X wrote that: ...http://benedictgal-lexorandilexcredendi.blogspot.com/2014/08/the-lowest-common-denominator.html

THE CATHOLIC CHURCH - In the Multiplication of the Bread. GLORIA OLIVAE - August 4, 2014 ... without waiting for anyone to ask for it. The beginning of these signs is Faith. The perfection of these signs is Charity. St. Paul says that our Faith must be like a lamp in a lamp stand. These signs of Faith are manifest whether we like it or not. If it does not show, it is because there is no Faith. Faith is a supernatural virtue. It cannot be faked. 2. THE KINGDOM OF GOD parables. While the 33 Sundays in Ordinary time describe all aspects of Faith The 15th-18th Sundays deals with St. ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2014_08_01_archive.html#4556133123919663135

Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi: The Ground of Priestly Piety VULTUS CHRISTI - August 2, 2014 ... offering the Holy Sacrifice to God, even in the absence of the faithful, is fast fading away. It is becoming more and more common for priests to refrain from offering the Holy Sacrifice apart from those occasions when there is a scheduled Mass with people in attendance. Pope Pius XII addressed this question in Mediator Dei : Some in fact disapprove altogether of those Masses which are offered privately and without any congregation, on the ground that they are ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/08/lex-orandi-lex-credendi-the-ground-of-priestly-piety/

Feast of Saint Peter Chrysologus (30 July 2014) FR. VICTOR BROWN'S CATHOLIC DAILY MESSAGE - July 30, 2014 ... theology, a number of elements go into the definition of a Christian. Pope Pius XII took up the matter in his encyclical "Mystici Corporis" back in 1943. He pointed out that there are gradations in the answer. Anyone who believes that Jesus Christ is our divine redeemer is a Christian at the most basic level of Christianity. One step higher would be anyone who has received Christian baptism. A step higher than that is one who has been baptized in the Catholic ...http://frbrown.wordpress.com/2014/07/30/feast-of-saint-peter-chrysologus-30-july-2014/

Dig Deeper JESUS GOES TO DISNEY WORLD - July 27, 2014 In 1849, a Roman archaeologist, Giovanni Battista di Rossi, found pieces of a tombstone that he believed to have beloved to the grave of Pope St. Cornelius (who was Bishop of Rome in the middle of the 3rd century). Sadly, his desire to continue excavations was frustrated by the fact that the land was privately owned. Pope Blessed Pius IX assisted di Rossi by purchasing the land (at the time a vineyard) and allowing his work to continue ...http://jesusindisney.blogspot.com/2014/07/dig-deeper.html

Fall in Love With the Eucharist CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - July 17, 2014 ... lifetime without it." (St. Peter Julian Eymard) "How I love the feasts!… I especially loved the processions in honor of the Blessed Sacrament. What a joy it was for me to throw flowers beneath the feet of God!… I was never so happy as when I saw my roses touch the sacred Monstrance." (St. Therese the Little Flower) "When you look at the Crucifix, you understand how much Jesus loved you then. When you look at the Sacred Host you understand how much Jesus loves you now." (Blessed ...http://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2014/07/fall-in-love-with-eucharist.html

Fota VII Liturgy Conference 2014: First Report NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 16, 2014 ... decree of the Second Vatican Council on the life and ministry of priests, Presbyterorum Ordinis . He emphasized the need to recover the Council's image of the priest especially today as the priest is often seen in terms of a social worker, an NGO representative or an institutional manager. Dom Paul Gunter OSB "Astare coram te et tibi ministrare: The Priest agens in Persona Christi" Dom Paul Gunter OSB delivered the opening paper in which he considered the priest agens in persona Christi by ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/cEXBg-bfkEs/fota-vii-liturgy-conference-2014-first.html

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