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Giving Up Sermons for Lent? FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - March 3, 2015 ... past, sermonising was not how most people were catechised or formed in the faith. One of my reasons for considering giving up preaching in Lent is a vague feeling that it makes us priests lazy. Rather than getting the faithful to experience something we simply throw more words at them, it is just too easy to do, and actually put people off. The problem is that words add to complexity. In many ways they are the antithesis of worship and real 'active participation'. They tend to get us to relate ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2015/03/giving-up-sermons-for-lent.html

First Sunday of Lent 1863 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - February 21, 2015 ... keep the imposition of the ashes on Ash Wednesday (or at the very least had not proposed an alternative), even though that ceremony would be shorn of any significance, falling, as it now would, in their new Ordinary Time rather than the season of Septuagesima. How could such clueless people have reached such a position of power? Or perhaps better, who pulled what strings to get them there? In Newmarket, the parish of Our Lady Immaculate and St Ethelreda is served by the Rev Thomas McDonald. ...http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2015/02/first-sunday-of-lent-1863.html

Angelus: Good Is Contagious VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - February 16, 2015 ... who help others to do so "looking them in the eye, without being afraid to touch them, so that the gesture of aid may also be a gesture of communication". "We too need to be accepted by them", he continued, "A gesture of tenderness, a gesture of compassion. … If evil is contagious, so is good. Therefore, good must increasingly abound in us. Let us be 'infected' by good, and spread good to others!". Following the Angelus prayer, the Holy Father expressed his desire for ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/02/angelus-good-is-contagious.html

Celebrate St. Brigid With Simple Stories and Notebooking TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - February 1, 2015 ... the wolf for a full ten seconds.") making predictions ("What do you think will happen to the wolf?" "How will Bridget help the man?" Etc.) and chatting about virtues and vices (What virtues and vices did the hunter, the king and Bridget show?) Indeed, the story was chock full of entertainment as well as opportunities to move, to sprinkle in literary/ELA skills (suspense, prediction, etc.) and to chat about virtues. The kids did find part of the ending of the story a bit "wrong" at first, ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2015/02/celebrate-st-brigid-with-simple-stories.html

Second Sunday After Epiphany 18 January 1863 THE MUNIMENT ROOM - January 17, 2015 http://ttonys-blog.blogspot.com/2015/01/second-sunday-after-epiphany-18-january.html

O Antiphons - 22nd December 2014 DOMINICAN NUNS IRELAND - December 22, 2014 ... under the heading of : The Primacy of Prayer: " Sr. Maria Gabriella, called by her vocation to be apart from the world, devoted her life to meditation and prayer centered on Chapter17 of St. John's Gospel, and offered her life for Christian Unity. This is truly the cornerstone of all prayer: the total and unconditional offering of one's life to the Father, through the Son, in the Holy Spirit." Pope John Paul II goes on to say that: " A change ...http://dominicannunsireland.blogspot.com/2014/12/o-antiphons-22nd-december-2014.html

THE "NEW" LITURGY: ( Or) THE TRADITIONAL LATIN LITURGY IN ITS POST-VATICAN Ii FORM by Louis BouyerI MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - December 18, 2014 ... theological insight, the one that shaped his whole approach to theology, was the importance of Tradition (formed by the synergy of the work of the Holy Spirit and the Church's humble obedience.) While the texts of the new eucharistic prayers were written within the Tradition, much of the subsequent work was based on the desire to stress human solidality over sacredness and led to practices, like "Mass facing the people" which he held strongly to be against Tradition. Therefore, against the ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2014/12/the-new-liturgy-or-traditional-latin.html

Do What You Can, and Ask for What You Cannot VULTUS CHRISTI - November 16, 2014 ... yourself, you cannot do". Heroic Virtue for All We priests do souls no service when we say, or even intimate, that heroism is not for ordinary Christians. If holiness is the practice of heroic virtue; and if all people, in every state of life, are called to holiness; then all people, in every state of life are called to heroic virtue. Heroic virtue is the fruit, not of an exhausting effort of the will but, rather, of a humble surrender to the all–sufficient grace of Jesus Christ, which ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/do-what-you-can-and-ask-for-what-you-cannot/

The Meaning of Time and the Liturgy of the Hours COFFEE AND CANTICLES - November 13, 2014 ... this lecture on "The Sanctification of Time and the Liturgy of the Hours" by Father Hildebrand Garceau, O.Prem., who is a chaplain at Thomas Aquinas College in California. My daughter is currently a sophmore at TAC, and I'm happy that this is one of the fine priests that is (hopefully) having an influence on her spiritual and intellectual formation. Father begins his lecture by discussing that nature of time. What is it, exactly? How is it related to memory? ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/600kMXkN-XQ/the-meaning-of-time-and-liturgy-of-hours.html