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Mass Chat - Does Your Priest Omit Things From the Canon or Eucharistic Prayer? ABBEY ROADS - June 4, 2017 ... solid, very faithful. However, I've noticed he neglects the intercession for the Pope in the Eucharistic prayer, he says, "for your servant" and then "and your servants gathered here". This is the third time I noted the omission. I'm thinking he may not like Pope Francis, but I'm not sure. I just got that impression though. He is a young priest, very faithful as I said - 'says the black, does the red' except in the part of the Eucharistic prayer I mentioned. ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2017/06/mass-chat-does-your-priest-omit-things.html

Spiritual Communion ABBEY ROADS - June 1, 2017 http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2017/06/spiritual-communion.html

Norms of Piety - J.M. Muntadas - A Plan for Everyday Living BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - May 25, 2017 ... filiation Work Cheerfulness From the introduction the goal of this plan is to: "This fully personalized plan, the result of reflection, will enable us to accomplish more with the time we have available, and will help us to be realists. In this sense a plan of life expands in a practical way to embrace both the human and the spiritual. For a Christian, the full life is nothing more than human life itself lived in a Christian manner. Hence the importance of religious formation and of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/j7h0ERvH2T0/norms-of-piety-jm-muntadas-plan-for.html

Catholic Things.. TIGERISH WATERS - April 6, 2017 Lent rattles on. Every year it is obscenely busy. Every year at this time I just crave time for stillness and recollection. However, such things are a luxury. Some things we deny ourselves during Lent, other things are denied us. I think the latter are of greater spiritual importance. There is no point in craving them. We seem to have to live the reality, and often at this most starkly holy of seasons, the reality is full immersion in the world. It is about being ...http://tigerishwaters.blogspot.com/2017/04/catholic-things.html

Re-Turning to the Lord: A Call for Ad Orientem Worship CRISIS MAGAZINE - March 16, 2017 ... for the Deacon to announce to all present just after the homily: Conversi ad Dominum. ("Turn towards the Lord.") Being the dutiful shepherd of souls that he was, St. Augustine explained the meaning of this admonition and gesture in a homily: Does not God say, 'Be converted to Me'? The scriptures are full of it: 'Be converted to Me, be converted to Me.' For what does this mean: "Be converted to Me"? It does not just mean that you, who were looking toward the west, should now look toward the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/3YKBjcnHeSI/re-turning-lord-lent-conversion-ad-orientem

Ash Wednesday: Beginning the Journey Into the Desert JEAN M. HEIMANN - February 28, 2017 ... a journey. On Ash Wednesday, the ashes placed on our forehead invite us to begin a new journey of repentance. They invite us to turn back to God and to receive new life. Once again, we are called to let God penetrate deeper into our lives, for indeed, turning back to Him with our whole hearts is a submission to His holy will. Lent is a time when we permit God to purify our hearts allow Him to unite our wills with His. Lent is a time of interior spring cleaning and obtaining new strength and ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/02/ash-wednesday-beginning-journey-desert/