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The First of All the Creeds GETTING TO THE POINT - January 26, 2015 ... shepherds from the Pope to the rawest newly ordained priest are merely imperfect servants of. I wrote a series of blog posts on this psalm a couple of years ago , and said quite a few lovely things about it then. What strikes me about it this time around is that this psalm is a wonderful medicine against fear, anxiety, discouragement—all the emotions that swirl up in us in difficult times and make us want to flee from life or give up the struggle. Psalm 23 perpetually comes to us with a ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-first-of-all-creeds.html

Newspaper Column, Praying the Psalms, Part I PONDER THESE THINGS IN YOUR HEART - January 14, 2015 ... Psalms can be something that unites us. They can be something we share. They can give us a sense of community and a sense that faith is something bigger than just me. Personally, I can't conceive of faith, church, or even salvation that includes only me. My salvation depends on others. Surely, I am responsible for my faith or lack thereof, but it is in community that I learn faith. Faith is learned by fighting with others, loving others, dealing with trials, death, failure, defeat, triumph, ...http://ponderintheheart.blogspot.com/2015/01/newspaper-column-praying-psalms-part-i.html

The Path to Victory GETTING TO THE POINT - January 12, 2015 ... very different world that may not immediately apply to us. How are we to pray this psalm and make it our own? Of course our first connection is to go through David and Solomon to Christ. Any 'king' reference in the Old Testament should recall to us that we do have a king, that his kingdom is eternal, and that we are his subjects. And this king, in this psalm, is utterly victorious—the verses I omitted for space reasons are all about the total overthrow and humiliation of his enemies, ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-path-to-victory.html

My Song or His Song? COFFEE AND CANTICLES - January 5, 2015 Morning Prayer today (Psalter, Monday, week II) included one of my top favorite psalms, 42. Usually my nature-loving little heart gets off on the deer that years for running streams, or else on "deep is calling on deep...your billows and all your waves swept over me" since this is such a mighty image of how confused and helpless and overpowered we can feel in the midst of suffering, even when we are fully aware that God's will is always ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/5v6ICBUwguI/my-song-or-his-song.html

Where Am I in the Psalter for the Next Few Days? COFFEE AND CANTICLES - January 2, 2015 Darned if I know. The days between Jan 2nd and Epiphany are a great time to just use a digital breviary. Your printed book will be very confusing. If you don't use the common for today's saint's feast, use Friday of week I. Things will make sense again after this Sunday.http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/MMvgi8ganSI/where-am-i-in-psalter-for-next-few-days.html

Gift Guide for Breviary Buffs Plus Q&A COFFEE AND CANTICLES - December 11, 2014 ... too--this is a quick and informative guide that will do a good job of getting them interested. Also, if you are still stumbling with those questions about finding the correct prayers for a saint's memorial, or whether a feast takes precedence over a Sunday, etc., chapter 7 is a great reference guide to keep handy. Not to be confused with the first title on this list, Pope Benedict XVI's A School of Prayer is a beautiful collection of papal audience addresses given in 2011 and 2012. It's ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/KBfn6KnrNQg/gift-guide-for-breviary-buffs-plus-q.html

Ad Te Levavi Animam Meam VULTUS CHRISTI - November 29, 2014 ... thee, my God, I trust in thee, do not belie my trust" (Ps 24:1-3). How are we to hear this Advent psalm? How are we to sing it? How are we to repeat it and hold it in our hearts until, at length, it becomes our own prayer, a movement of the soul upward and outward, a going forth with nothing to hold us back? Called by God The very meaning of the word ekklésia is called together, or assembled. The Church is conscious of being called together by God. She does not assemble herself; she is ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/11/ad-te-levavi-animam-meam/

Piggy-Backing on God's Memory IVY ROSARY - November 22, 2014 ... 1965, when we quit using the Latin breviary, I prayed the psalms in Latin. In those days we went through the entire psalter every week. If you multiply ten years by 52 weeks, you get 520 times I prayed through the entire psalter. For the first eight years or so of that time, we prayed them out loud, either chanting them (on the tone of "F") or reciting them together in community without chant. So the words of those psalms have become burned ...http://ivyrosary.blogspot.com/2014/11/piggy-backing-on-gods-memory.html

The Rosary: Shedding Light on Mysteries MAN WITH BLACK HAT - October 7, 2014 ... "the most famous tenor in the world" himself, with studio orchestra conducted by Ray Sinatra. Today, the western Church celebrates the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, established in 1571 by Pope Pius V, to commemorate the victory over Muslim forces at the Battle of Lepanto, saving Christian Europe from the conquest of Islam. In 1573, Pope Gregory XIII changed its title to "The Feast of the Holy Rosary." Originally assigned to the first Sunday in October, Pope Pius X moved it ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-rosary-shedding-light-on-mysteries.html