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Perfect Lenten Reading CRISIS MAGAZINE - February 23, 2017 ... they have lost the ability to look at themselves honestly to see where they fall on the conversion spectrum, as it were. At the same time, he connects this deep conversion to a life of deep prayer. It is commonly stated that we are all called to be saints, with the only alternative, in the end, eternal damnation. Which of us wants that? The sooner we start acting like saints, the easier it will be in the long run. This idea of everyone being called to a deeper ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/hx-9ZnUBP3Y/perfect-lenten-reading

The Antiquity and Universality of Fore-Lent (Part 4) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 15, 2017 ... sweat of his brow * was he obliged to earn the bread he ate. * Let us look to temperance, lest we, like him, be made to weep before the gate of Paradise; but rather, let us struggle to enter therein. ( Kathisma at Matins of Cheesefare Sunday, also known as the Sunday of the Expulsion from Paradise. ) A 16th century Russian icon, showing the Holy Trinity, the expulsion from Paradise, and monks contemplating the mortality of man as they preside over a burial. The Byzantine hymns of the Sunday ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/kg1HJwk46j0/the-antiquity-and-universality-of-fore_15.html

Money Doesn't Make You Rich – Loving Others Does, Pope Says CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 10, 2017 ... recounting the relation between the poor man Lazarus and the rich man who rejects him, a favorite episode to which he often returns. In the message, Francis said Lent is a key time to vamp up our spiritual life through the Church's traditional practices of fasting, prayer and almsgiving. However, "at the basis of everything is the Word of God," he said, and offered an in-depth reflection on the parable. Francis noted how the parable begins by presenting the two main ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/money-doesnt-make-you-rich-loving.html

Ten Years In, Is the Old Latin Mass Becoming a Separate 'Rite'? (Opinion) CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 8, 2017 ... Church's Lex orandi (law of prayer)," allowing the old Latin Mass and the new Mass on a regular basis, "will in no way lead to a division in the Church's Lex credendi (law of belief)." "They are, in fact, two usages of the one Roman Rite," Benedict said. In this context, Benedict was using the word "rite" in the traditional sense of a separate body of liturgical tradition, usually emanating from a specific geographical or cultural center. Examples include the Roman rite, the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/ten-years-in-is-old-latin-mass-becoming.html

Feast of the Presentation of the Lord (Candlemas) JEAN M. HEIMANN - February 2, 2017 ... thoughts out of many hearts may be revealed." Simeon thus foreshadowed the crucifixion and the sorrows of Mary at seeing the death of her Son. The name Candlemas comes from the activities associated with the feast. It came to be known as the Candle Mass. In the Western Church, a procession with lighted candles is the distinctive rite. According to post Vatican-II discipline, (if possible) the beeswax candles are to be blessed somewhere other than where the Mass is held. Often your local parish ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/02/feast-presentation-lord-candlemas/

Book Review and Interview With Jeannie Ewing, Author of Sea Without a Shore SPIRITUAL WOMAN - January 28, 2017 ... gorgeous colors. Plus, there are so many fun things to do in the fall – hay rides, jumping in leaf piles, visiting pumpkin patches and carving them, apple picking and making homemade applesauce, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/11vxICQgUbU/book-review-and-interview-with-jeannie.html

The Collects of Advent: Who Is Being Addressed, and What Difference Does It Make? NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 19, 2016 ... attain the joys of so great a salvation and to celebrate them always with solemn worship and glad rejoicing. Through our Lord Jesus Christ… (Sunday III, Collect, MR 1970/2002) Pour forth, we beseech you, O Lord, your grace into our hearts, that we, to whom the Incarnation of Christ your Son was made known by the message of an Angel, may by his Passion and Cross be brought to the glory of his Resurrection. Who lives and reigns with you… (Sunday IV, Collect, MR 1970/2002) [3] The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bXux-Z8Cers/the-collects-of-advent-who-is-being_19.html

Homily - 18 December 2016 - The Fourth Sunday of Advent: There Is Still Time to Be Still SERVANT AND STEWARD - December 18, 2016 ... the voice of Love speaking tenderly to us. In these last few days, then, before the birth of the Messiah, let us allow ourselves to be filled with Saint Joseph's silence to listen to the will of the Lord for our lives and to make his will our own. Then, as we approach the manger of Bethlehem to adore the newborn King, we will be able to give him the best gift, the obedience of faith, to profoundly spend ourselves in his service, and so live in true freedom as heralds of his merciful love. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/NLzPsdxWAow/homily-18-december-2016-fourth-sunday.html

Keeping Christmas Alive Within Us Each Day! ALWAYS A JOY... - December 17, 2016 ... childhood. It always seemed a season of joy and goodwill amongst all people - not just Christians. It seems every Christmas season, people are more caring and giving towards those in need. So Christmas is often seen as a season of giving. Yet - what is Christmas to a Christian? It is about Christ coming to earth to save us so that we may have Eternal Life in Heaven - God's greatest gift of His Only Son to mankind. It is "Emmanuel - God is with ...http://alwaysajoy.blogspot.com/2016/12/keeping-christmas-alive-within-us-each.html

Reading the O Antiphons Forward NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 17, 2016 ... the house of Israel" refer to the Angel Gabriel's words to the Virgin Mary at the Annunciation, that Her Son would be given the seat of David, and rule in the house of Jacob, whose other name is Israel. Where the antiphon prays that Christ may come "to lead out the prisoner from the house of the prison, and him that sitteth in the darkness and the shadow of death", the prisoner is Adam, the forefather of the human race, and by inference, all the just who died before the death and resurrection ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bNexIEHXv88/reading-o-antiphons-forward.html

Pause for Prayer: TUESDAY 12/13 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - December 12, 2016 ... someone I know, how will I reach out to that person this Christmas? If this prayer describes me, how will I respond to those who reach out to me? Or am I a person who needs to reach out to others while welcoming others' gracious gestures? Tweet Subscribe to A Concord Pastor ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/12/pause-for-prayer-tuesday-1213_12.html

Pause for Prayer: WEDNESDAY 11/30 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - November 29, 2016 ... and Advent is underway... Yes , a new season's begun in the church yea r b ut I'm wondering no w about some other seasons , not marked by dates on calendars: the seasons of our hearts … My heart has its seasons, many of t hem, and I'll bet yours does, too ... Some of my heart's seasons last but a few days while others drag on for weeks and months... The seasons of my heart may o r may no t coincide with nature's seasons , or the "holiday " season... And ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/11/pause-for-prayer-wednesday-1130.html

Thanksgiving, Mercy, and the Advent of the Lord Καθολικός διάκονος - November 25, 2016 It was my plan to post something yesterday for Thanksgiving Day. Instead, I wound up spending the day in a much better way. I prayed Morning Prayer, read from the little book The Crusade of Fàtima (the centenary of the apparitions is next year), served at Mass, came home and cleaned the kitchen, helped prepare our Thanksgiving meal, cleaned up again, fixed a pretty healthy relish tray for snacking (olives, carrots, hummus, feta cheese, cheddar cheese, ham, pita ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/11/thanksgiving-mercy-and-advent-of-lord.html

The Apocalypse: A Love Story THE HEART OF THINGS BLOG - November 22, 2016 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheHeartOfThings/~3/QHkd4UtZWeg/the-apocalypse-love-story.html

Homily for the 1st Sunday of Advent, November 27, 2016, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - November 20, 2016 ... do so. Can we trace the writing of God's finger as He sends us His messages? We can. Can we seize the opportunity to make time during Advent to come to some daily Advent Masses? Attend Communal Penance Services? Read from the bible? Spend extra time in thoughtful reflection and quiet prayer? We can. But that is not the issue. The big question is not what we can do – it's what we will do. It's our will that is controlling, not our wishes. We live in the time after the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/11/homily-for-1st-sunday-of-advent.html

Pause for Prayer: SUNDAY 10/30 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - October 29, 2016 ... clothe me in a jacket dyed bloodred: fall's final affirmation, autumn's triumph, nature signing as the artist on all the work you've done, your promise of victory over any season's passing... Paint me in the scene and let me see within the beauty all about me, the colors of your life bleeding out from my soul's palette, mixed and brightened in late October light... Camouflage my life in hues of grace and blend me into your embrace as my heart sheds its autumn ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2016/10/pause-for-prayer-sunday-1030.html

In the [soccer] Fields With God RANDOM ACTS OF MOMNESS - October 28, 2016 ... felt at my grandparents' house. Grandma suddenly felt very close; I imagined her seeing the book in a store somewhere (it was long, long before Amazon!), admiring the sweet drawings and poems (Grandma loved all things literary), and buying it to have on hand for her four grandkids. One poem in particular caught my eye. It's called "Out in the Fields with God," and the book lists it as being by an unknown poet. A little online sleuthing, and I found that it's often attributed to Elizabeth ...http://randomactsofmomness.com/in-the-soccer-fields-with-god/