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I Blame the Bolognese FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - May 25, 2015 ... afraid to teach because it has cut itself from it previous Magisterium, and which instead sows uncertainty, has nothing to say in the daily living of its members, nor in the intellectual forum in general. In fact it is irrelevant. It has all the outward appearance that it once used for the furtherance of its mission but has lost its interior meaning. It is not so much an Emperor with no clothes, but the clothes without an Emperor, all that is left is the institution, which itself is ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2015/05/i-blame-bolognese.html

Seven (or Ten) Quick Takes, As Made Popular by Jennifer Fulwiler VIDEO MELIORA, PROBOQUE; DETERIORA SEQUOR - May 15, 2015 ... ancestors that are perhaps in some ways invasions of their privacy. * Nice meditation from Dale Alquist on sex and God. * The shoeshine guy at my barbershop is the product of a black father and white mother and looks black, but calls himself mixed and says he doesn't want to work for a particular shop on the south side because "they're all black there." His friend told him he should look in the mirror. He's the opposite of Obama, who doesn't appear to see his white mother and wouldn't call ...http://poncer.blogspot.com/2015/05/seven-or-ten-quick-takes-as-made.html

March for Life in Rome: May 10 RORATE CÆLI - May 9, 2015 ... messages for the March were received from other important prelates such as: Mons. Zygmunt Zimowski, President of the Pontifical Council for Health Workers, Monsignor Vincenzo Paglia, President of the Pontifical Council for the Family, Monsignor Luigi Negri, Archbishop of Ferrara-Comacchio, Mosnisgnor Giampolo Crepaldi, Archbishop of Trieste, Archbishop of Trani-Barletta-Bisceglie, Monsignor Giovan Battista Pichierri. Support has arrived also from Austrian, Danish, French, English, Polish, ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/05/march-for-life-in-rome-may-10.html

Questionable Saint: Junipero Serra PERSPECTIVE - May 8, 2015 ... Saints, said Serra was "a man of his times". Neither of these statements necessarily contradicts suggestions that, as the San Francisco Chronicle put it, "the missions were little more than concentration camps where California's Indians were beaten, whipped, maimed, burned, tortured and virtually exterminated by the friars". But the paper's claims might prove difficult to reconcile with Francis' comments about Serra's "holiness" and "saintly example". When ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2015/05/questionable-saint-junipero-serra.html

Decrees for the Causes of Saints VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - May 6, 2015 ... Francis received in a private audience Cardinal Angelo Amato, S.D.B., prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, during which he authorised the Congregation to promulgate the following decrees: MIRACLES - attributed to the intercession of Blessed Vincenzo Grossi, Italian diocesan priest and founder of the Institute of the Daughters of the Oratory (1845-1917); - attributed to the intercession of Blessed Maria of the Immaculate Conception (nee Maria Isabel Salvat ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/05/decrees-for-causes-of-saints.html

The Great Reformer REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - May 5, 2015 ... saints so I need to pray for that grace and hope that I am becoming holy, too. God is present in each of us and wants us to be holy but knows we are human and this is something of a struggle and that is what makes us holy! I think this Pope is going to bring a new sense of holiness to the Church. More about his biography another day as I seem to have gone off on a ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2015/05/the-great-reformer.html

Liturgical Curiosities From Medieval Spain NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 22, 2015 In the course of researching my articles on the Theology of the Offertory, and specifically the offertories of the medieval Spanish uses of the Roman Rite, I came across an interesting custom in the way of printing certain Missals before the Tridentine Reform. I believe this custom may be completely unique to Spain; I have never seen anything like it in any of the great many other medieval Missals I have read through over the years. (I here use the term "medieval" in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/xoxz3nZM82c/liturgical-curiosities-from-medieval.html

Saint Michael De Sanctis: Patron of Cancer Patients CATHOLIC FIRE - April 10, 2015 Today is the feast of Saint Michael de Sanctis, also known as St. Michael of the Saints, a Spanish Discalced Trinitarian priest, the patron of cancer patients. Michael Argemir was born on September 29, 1591 at Vic, Catalonia, Spain. At age 6, he told his parents that he planned to become a monk and began modeling his life after Saint Francis of Assisi. Michael's parents died when he was about ten years old. He then served as an apprentice with a local ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/04/saint-michael-de-sanctis-patron-of.html

Olaf, a Viking Saint ... Well, I Guess ... A FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS - April 1, 2015 ... Western Europe - 5 % A few odd traces - 3 % The Viking and Spanish traces were a surprise, especially with the Vikings being second. Then again, they did a lot of raiding of Ireland's coasts, so plausible. While skimming through a prayer book I came across mention of St. Olaf being a Viking saint, so I looked him up thinking he'd be someone I might want to research. Apparently he did convert, and according to stories worked to stamp out pagan beliefs and brought in bishops and ...http://paxchristirochester.blogspot.com/2015/04/olaf-viking-saint-well-i-guess.html

Brick by Brick in Greenville FR. Z'S BLOG - March 24, 2015 ... faith is 2,000 years old, but the Mass that we were taking them to was kind of new. It had contemporary music. It was English. It was like handing them a penny and telling them it's a 300-year-old penny, but it looks shiny and new. It's kind of hard to buy into that if you're a kid." Now, though, as the smell of incense rises through the sound of Gregorian chants, they more easily sense that they are part of a tradition that's been handed down from the second century . Prince of Peace Catholic ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/2XrGmK4HY-s/

Saint of the Day: Turibius DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 23, 2015 ... one of the first canonized saints of the Americas. Turibius was born in Spain during 1538, to a noble family in the kingdom of Leon. He frequently prayed, fasted, and gave to the poor even as a child, and eventually developed the daily habit of praying the Rosary along with the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary. He went on to study the law at the University of Salamanca, and was eventually served as a judge for five years in the territory of Granada. His judicial wisdom ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/03/saint-of-day-turibius.html

St. Turibius of Mongrovejo ATONEMENTONLINE - March 22, 2015 Together with St. Rose of Lima, St. Turibius is among the first of the known saints of the New World, serving the Lord in Peru, South America, for twenty-six years. Born in Spain and educated for the law, he became so brilliant a scholar that he was made professor of law at the University of Salamanca and eventually became chief judge at Granada. He was a great success, but he was about to enter upon a surprising sequence of events. When the archbishopric of Lima in ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/03/st-turibius-of-mongrovejo.html

The Theology of the Offertory - Part 7.7 - The Use of Seville NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 19, 2015 ... ascendat. Per eundum Christum. – We offer to Thee, o Lord, the chalice of Christ, Thy Son, humbly beseeching Thy clemency, that before the sight of Thy divine majesty, it may ascend with the odor of sweetness. Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen." Seville does not use the term "filiola – little daughter", "hijuela" in Spanish, for the pall, as does the Missal of Toledo. The prayer said at the covering is: "Hanc oblationem, quaesumus, omnipotens Deus, placatus ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/X2aWFN2KKfQ/the-theology-of-offertory-part-77-use.html

Martyrs of Viaceli COMMUNIO - March 12, 2015 Angelo Cardinal Amato, SDB, prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints presented to Pope Francis a degree regarding the martyrdom of the Servants of God Pio Heredia and 17 Companions , monks and nuns of the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance (Trappists) and of the Congregation of San Bernard. The designation of martyr means that a determination was made that they were killed in hatred of the faith during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/03/martyrs-of-viaceli/

Saint of the Day: John of God DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 8, 2015 ... Portugal, 8 March, 1495, of devout Christian parents; died at Granada, 8 March, 1550. The wonders attending the saints birth heralded a life many-sided in its interests, but dominated throughout by implicit fidelity to the grace of God. A Spanish priest whom he followed to Oropeza, Spain, in his ninth year left him in charge of the chief shepherd of the place, to whom he gradually endeared himself through his punctuality and fidelity to duty, as well as his ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/03/saint-of-day-john-of-god.html

Homily: The Goodness of "A-Ha" Moments BUKAS PALAD - February 28, 2015 ... Lent is about an "A-ha" moment in the life of the disciples. We are all familiar with the story of the Transfiguration: Jesus takes Peter, James and John up the mountain; they see Jesus transfigured; they observe him conversing with Moses and Elijah; Peter offers to build them tents; and they hear God's voice. Yes, i n this moment, Jesus' three disciples witness his transfiguration. More significantly, these disciples themselves undergo a transfiguration. They experience a change within ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2015/03/homily-goodness-of-ha-moments.html

Reflections on Dark Church History ARNOBIUS OF SICCA - February 16, 2015 I've been reading The Spanish Inquisition by Henry Kamen (I figured it would be good to root out any triumphalism in me to read it during Lent, but I started early). It's a book that came highly recommended as being as unbiased, and not taking part in the Church bashing. But it still shows a grim picture of an ugly time. Ugly times, where ugly things were done—and some of them in the name of religion. These are things that can't be justified. But we can try to ...http://arnobius-of-sicca.blogspot.com/2015/02/reflections-on-dark-church-history.html

A Remarkable Young Woman CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - February 16, 2015 ... of Ms. Mueller's letter to her parents and friends, dating to May 2014. Everyone, If you are receiving this letter it means I am still detained but my cell mates have been released. I have asked them to contact you and send you this letter. It's hard to know what to say… I remember mom always telling me that all in all in the end the only one you really have is God. I have come to a place in experience where, in every sense of the word, I have surrendered myself to our creator because ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2015/02/a-remarkable-young-woman.html

St. Paul Miki and Companions: Martyrs CATHOLIC FIRE - February 5, 2015 The saints of the day for February 6 are St. Paul Miki and companions, martyrs. These twenty-six martyrs are sometimes called the martyrs of Nagasaki and the martyrs of Japan. St. Francis Xavier brought the Good News of Christianity to Japan in 1549. Many received the Word and were baptized by St. Francis himself. Although Francis moved on and eventually died near the shores of China, the faith had grown in Japan. By 1587 there were over two hundred thousand ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/02/st-paul-miki-and-companions-martyrs.html

The Confiteor Questions JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - January 29, 2015 ... for my spiritual director and the occasional priest, most other priests (at least in my neck of the woods) seem to prefer different variations during the Penitential Rite. I'll go ahead and admit that, if I don't hear the Confiteor prayed during Mass, it doesn't seem right to me; it feels like something is missing. I don't know if it's because I grew up attending mostly Spanish Masses and the Confiteor is always used (and you always strike your breast during "through my fault, ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/01/the-confiteor-questions.html