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St. Basil the Great A CATHOLIC LIFE - June 14, 2017 Double (1954 Calendar): June 14 St. Basil the Great (329-79) was the founder of a monastic colony at Pontus in Asia Minor, for which he wrote his famous Rule, which ranks in importance with that of St. Benedict in the West. In 370 he was made Metropolitan of Caesarea, and by his brave fight against a heresy then at its height and supported by the Emperor, he saved the whole of Cappadocia for the Catholic Faith. Basil's wonderful care for the poor ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/qM5VYG0sCtk/st-basil-great.html

The Tightrope Walk of the Cretan Skeptic BYZANTINE, TEXAS - June 13, 2017 ... new style liturgical calendar, resulting in a Church schism," Fr. Gregory writes, recalling the sad splintering of "Old Calendarist" groups. However, while the abbot decries the current harassment that the non-commemorators are being subjected to, he also writes, "I do not cease commemoration of my bishop (unless he is subjected to conciliar condemnation). I do not want to cause a split in the Church, because I consider it the greatest sin…" "I remain in the Church, and with humbly bowed ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-tightrope-walk-of-cretan-skeptic.html

Back From Chartres COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - June 10, 2017 ... of new faces; and of course there were many old friends who were unable to be with us this year for reasons of health and family commitments, but whom we remembered in our prayers. We also prayed for all those who had asked for our prayers during the pilgrimage. You can see a video of the final High Mass here . Like all the Masses, it was sung according to the traditional rite; and the celebrant this year was Cardinal Burke. Possibly because we had a cardinal as our celebrant, the Cathedral's ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2017/06/back-from-chartres.html

The Unrequited Love of Orthodox-Catholic Ecumenism BYZANTINE, TEXAS - June 8, 2017 ... find their way to communion long before Catholics and Protestants did. Some Catholic bishops even wanted to open our Eucharist to Orthodox Christians, but backed down quickly when Orthodox bishops objected. Not sure what he's talking about here. This is the existing rule; if an Orthodox person wants to receive at a Catholic parish they can, but doing so is unacceptable to Orthodox canons. The honest truth is that the Orthodox bishops are not really interested in reunion. This is true for the ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-unrequited-love-of-orthodox.html

Music From Constantinople in a Concert in Singapore NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 3, 2017 ... Sunday, June 10th and 11th, Singapore-based ensemble Cappella Martialis will present a concert entitled "New Rome, Queen of Cities - Music from Constantinople," at the Armenian Church of Singapore, located at 60 Hill Street. ( Click here for the event page on Facebook. ) Here is a video of their rehearsal of a very beautiful version of the Sanctus of the Armenian Divine Liturgy. Highlights include: the Seikilos Epitaph, which is the earliest piece of notated music that ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/2vdwlie_XUo/music-from-constantinople-in-concert-in.html

Metropolitan Iakovos of Chicago Has Reposed in the Lord BYZANTINE, TEXAS - June 3, 2017 ... of Krinis and Exarch of Ionias. In this capacity, His Eminence continued to serve the Greek Orthodox Diocese of Chicago as its Presiding Hierarch. In 2002, His Eminence was elected the first Metropolitan of the newly-elevated Metropolis of Chicago. Beginning his higher education in Athens, Greece and continuing his studies and service in the Boston area, Metropolitan Iakovos was appointed Archdiocesan Vicar of the Diocese of Detroit by Archbishop Iakovos in February, 1968. One year later he ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/06/metropolitan-iakovos-of-chicago-has.html

EP Accepts Invitation to Celebrate... The Reformation? BYZANTINE, TEXAS - May 26, 2017 ( OrthoChristian ) - During his visit to the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Constantinople in September 2016, Heinrich Bedford-Strom, Chairman of the Council of German Evangelical Churches, told His All-Holiness that "it would be a special honor" if the patriarch would attend the celebrations for the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in Wittenberg and Tübingen this month. Having accepted the invitation, Patriarch Bartholomew will head to Germany next ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/05/ep-accepts-invitation-to-celebrate.html

The Feast of S Augustine of Canterbury FR HUNWICKE'S MUTUAL ENRICHMENT - May 26, 2017 Dom Gregory Dix (Shape of the Liturgy page 745) on the importance of using given liturgy: "[There is] a certain timelessness about the eucharistic action and an independence of its setting, in keeping with the stability in an ever-changing world of the forms of the liturgy themselves. At Constantinople they 'do this' yet with the identical words and gestures that they used while the silverhttp://liturgicalnotes.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-feast-of-s-augustine-of-canterbury.html

Patriarch Kirill of Moscow Envisions a United Christendom BYZANTINE, TEXAS - May 22, 2017 ... history delivered from Italy. The primate said that the Christians could unite "not thanks to their efforts or some church diplomatic steps or theological agreements, but only if the Holy Spirit again unites all who confess the name of Christ." "We believe that St. Nicholas who listens to the prayers of Christians in the East and in the West stands before the Lord and among others requests asks Him to unite Churches together," he said. "May the Lord save and help Christians of ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/05/patriarch-kirill-of-moscow-envisions.html

Pope Saint John I ~ a Political Martyr of the 6th Century AD GLORIA ROMANORUM - May 18, 2017 Click here to share on Facebook. May 18 is the feast of Pope Saint John I, martyr. Pope St. John I was the first pontiff to visit the eastern imperial capital of Constantinople and he did so at the behest of Theodoric, the Arian Gothic king of Italy. Theodoric enjoined Pope John to act as an advocate for the Arians at the court of the Roman emperor, Justin I, threatening to begin a persecution of orthodox Catholics in Italy should the Holy Father refuse ...http://gloriaromanorum.blogspot.com/2017/05/pope-saint-john-i-political-martyr-of.html

Saint John I, Pope and Martyr JEAN M. HEIMANN - May 18, 2017 On May 18, the Church honors the first Pope St. John in its history. Saint John I, a martyr, was incarcerated and starved to death by a heretical Germanic king during the sixth century. Pope John was born in Tuscany. He served as an archdeacon for several years before being elected Pope on the death of Pope St. Hormisdas in 523. He was a friend and confidant of the philosopher Boethius. In 525 Pope John was sent to Constantinople by ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/05/saint-john-pope-martyr/

St. John I, Pope and Martyr ATONEMENTONLINE - May 17, 2017 ... pope made the exhausting trip back to Ravenna. The king's fury raged. Jealous of the pope's grand reception in the East, Theodoric accused the pope of failing his mission by not securing all of the demands put to Justin. The king then ordered John to remain in Ravenna at his disposal. John was imprisoned when he reached Ravenna because the emperor suspected a conspiracy against his throne. Shortly after his imprisonment, John died, and because of the cruel treatment he had received, he is ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/05/st-john-i-pope-and-martyr.html

Metropolitan Philotheos of Meloa Reposed in the Lord BYZANTINE, TEXAS - May 15, 2017 ... serve the Annunciation Church in Scranton, Pa., until 1965. He was then transferred to New York City to undertake pastoral duties at St. Eleftherios Church in Manhattan and teach at the parish's parochial school. He was ordained a bishop in June 1971 and served as an auxiliary bishop to the Archbishop until July 1997. His retirement did not prevent him from continuing to serve the Church, assisting and celebrating the Divine Liturgy in parishes around the New York Metropolitan ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/05/metropolitan-philotheos-of-meloa.html

St. Athanasius of Alexandria, the "Father of Orthodoxy" BIG C CATHOLICS - May 1, 2017 ... efforts helped lead to the First Council of Constantinople, which irrevocably condemned Arianism in 381. Preserved by divine Providence during a lifetime of trial and suffering, he died at Alexandria in the year 373. Athanasius enriched Christian literature with his influential works; some extolled piety and heroic virtue, others where polemical and dogmatic in nature. As bishop, he guided the Church of Alexandria for forty-six years. Almighty ever-living God, who raised up ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/05/st-athanasius-of-alexandria-father-of.html

Some Patriarchs Meet for First Time COMMUNIO - April 29, 2017 Today, the first time in history that the Patriarchs of Rome, Constantinople, & Alexandria (Greek & Coptic) have been in the same place, same time.‬ St Peter, St Mark and St Paul, pray for us. May the Theotokos guide us to her Son.http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2017/04/some-patriarchs-meet-for-first-time/

Anti-Ecumenism "Council" to Be Held in Ukraine BYZANTINE, TEXAS - April 24, 2017 ... Russian Church in matters concerning its internal life and external activities. His Beatitude Metropolitan Onuphry of Kiev and All Ukraine celebrated the Divine Liturgy at Holy Ascension Monastery in Bachensk yesterday, on Thomas Sunday, or Anti-Pascha, concelebrated by Metropolitan Meletios of Chernivtsi and Bukovina and Bishop ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/04/anti-ecumenism-council-to-be-held-in.html

Zoodochos Pege FR HUNWICKE'S MUTUAL ENRICHMENT - April 21, 2017 This year, the Julian and Gregorian Easters coincide, a glorious pignus of Unity. So Easter Week is also Bright Week. And on Friday in Bright Week the Byzantines celebrate the role of the Mother of God in pouring Christ's healing streams of grace upon us. Originally Zoodochos Pege (the life-receiving fount) refered to one of Constantinople's greatest basilicas (next door to the imperial residencehttp://liturgicalnotes.blogspot.com/2017/04/zoodochos-pege.html

Pope, Ecumenical Patriarch Heading to Cairo Next Week BYZANTINE, TEXAS - April 19, 2017 ( The Tablet ) - Patriarch of Constantinople and Pope Tawadros II, head of the Coptic Orthodox Church, set to meet Francis next week Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople was scheduled to attend a peace conference in Cairo with Pope Francis and Sheik Ahmad el-Tayeb, grand imam of al-Azhar University. While Patriarch Bartholomew's office did not release a detailed schedule of events he would be attending during the pope's April 28-29 ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/04/pope-ecumenical-patriarch-heading-to.html

Waugh's Helena TEA AT TRIANON - April 6, 2017 ... the elderly Helena, a practical British girl and something of a populist despite her status as Dowager Empress, decides to put paid to that nonsense by going to Jerusalem on pilgrimage and recovering the instruments of the passion: the physical evidence that Christianity, rather than being an esoteric myth, is founded on real events that happened to real people at a real time in a real place—events that so changed those people and those they taught that the Christian movement converted a ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2017/04/waughs-helena.html

Raising the Dead in Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 30, 2017 ... their chant parts (the introits, graduals, offertories and communions) from other Masses; the respect for the tradition codified by St Gregory the Great was such that it was deemed better not to add new pieces to the established repertoire. (The two formerly aliturgical Saturdays simply repeat the Gregorian propers from the previous day, indicating perhaps that their Masses were added by a different Pope.) This change was made in the midst of significant controversies between ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/hGjElAZKl6o/raising-dead-in-lent.html

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