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Checking In. Q&A. Varied and Sundry Remarks. COFFEE AND CANTICLES - September 16, 2014 Lately--like for the last six months--blogging has been like confession. I'm always promising myself to blog twice a week and go to confession once a month. In reality this turns into blogging every two weeks and confessing every six to eight weeks. If Dante was correct, I know which circle in purgatory I'll end up in. The one where people are made to run. A lot. This is to imitate Mary, who "made haste" to do what her vocation demanded of her, unlike us ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/47DIEOoRPoY/checking-in-q-varied-and-sundry-remarks.html
Hymnal for the Hours--A Review COFFEE AND CANTICLES - September 2, 2014 ... given to sing (or, for the unmusical, read) each day. Today, for example, the choices given to us for Morning Prayer today are "This Day God Gives Me" (tune: Morning Has Broken) or "God Father, Praise and Glory" . There's nothing wrong with either of these hymns. I like the lyrics to "This Day God Gives Me", although the melody is slightly grating because it is overused at my parish and has a bad 70s vibe dues to the popular cover of this hymn by Cat Stevens ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/kAdca0rMPGc/hymnal-for-hours-review.html
WDTPRS 22nd Ordinary Sunday: Graft Into Our Hearts the Love of Your Name FR. Z'S BLOG - August 30, 2014 ... the love of your name, so that, by deepening our sense of reverence, you may nurture in us what is good and, by your watchful care, keep safe what you have nurtured. Today we pray to God for an increase in "religion." I'll take this to be the virtue of religion. Last week I wrote about the difference between "values" and "virtues". Let's make more distinctions. The Catechism of the Catholic Church defines "religion" as a set of beliefs and practices followed ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/5H_nTUb5MRY/
The Art of the Book in the Third Millennium: Heiligenkreuz Choir Books NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 21, 2014 ... step. In the early years of the millennium, work began on the large choir edition of the Psalter. For the new edition, everything was newly typeset by one of the monks, including all the music (this took him several years). The choir Psalter is printed on thick Italian paper, usually used for reproducing art prints (size: DIN A3). It was bound by the monks in our own book-binding shop. The covers are made of wood harvested from the abbey's own forests in the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/kQaRmR6aUuo/the-art-of-book-in-third-millennium.html
Mountains of Silence and Dishes TEN THOUSAND PLACES - July 20, 2014 ... elevated conversations, and then listening to a harried young mother talk about her struggles with patience and the endless mountain of housework and diapers and dishes to deal with, or a couple their struggle with communication, or a husband his uncertainty about his family's future. And then back up the mountain of silence for a few more pages… It was good, though, and this little snippet leapt out at me in this context in particular, confirming what I have always believed to be true ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/07/mountains-of-silence-and-dishes.html
Post-Pentecost Breviary Explained, Plus Q&A COFFEE AND CANTICLES - June 7, 2014 ... of Ordinary time. Continue on Monday with the 12th week and week II of the Psalter. The next Sunday, June 29th, happens to be the Solemnity of St. Peter&Paul, one of those rare saint's days whose liturgy supersedes that of Sunday. Use week III of the Psalter the following week (13th in Ordinary Time) Then we shall be back to nothing but Sundays in Ordinary time starting on July 6th, clear ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/q8lQKfY3GSc/post-pentecost-breviary-explained-plus-q.html
Question on Breviary Unity COFFEE AND CANTICLES - May 30, 2014 ... something different than us western rite folks, and many monastic orders use a monastic breviary that differs from the one that we lay people and parish priests use. Also, the new Anglican ordinariate (for Catholics who have converted from the Anglican/Episcopal churches) have a breviary that retains elements of the Book of Common Prayer. And each religious order has its own "ordo" wherein on any given day, its members are commemorating one of their own saints or blesseds, and thus even though ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/lHna5-CjkFQ/question-on-breviary-unity.html