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IRL : Honour St Patrick by Welcoming Migrants and Feeding the Hungry, Says Bishops' Message CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 16, 2017 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/irl-honour-st-patrick-by-welcoming.html

Abraham—and Immigration FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - March 12, 2017 ... respect with gratitude the material and spiritual heritage of the country that receives them, to obey its laws and to assist in carrying civic burdens. The first point made there is that prosperous nations have a moral obligation before God to welcome at least some foreigners into their countries. Well I think it's safe to say that we are one of the more economically blessed nations on the face of the earth right now, so clearly this message applies to us. Of course, it's interesting, the ...http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2017/03/abrahamand-immigration.html

HOLY SEE : The Cross Is More Than Jewelry – It's a Call to Love, Pope Francis Says CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 12, 2017 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/holy-see-cross-is-more-than-jewelry-its.html

The Lenten Ember Fast Starts Today A CATHOLIC LIFE - March 8, 2017 ... Ember Days are no longer considered required in mainstream Roman Catholicism following Vatican II, they can - and should - still be observed by the Faithful. In fact, many Traditional priests encourage the Faithful to observe the days. Ember Days are set aside to pray and/or offer thanksgiving for a good harvest and God's blessings. If you are in good health, please at least fast during these three days and pray the additional prayers. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/VHqpWdRh000/the-lenten-ember-fast-starts-today.html

Reflection on the Second Sunday of Lent, Year A, Matthew 17:1-9 BIG C CATHOLICS - March 5, 2017 http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/03/reflection-on-second-sunday-of-lent.html

Liturgical Notes on Ash Wednesday NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 1, 2017 ... Theology at Emory University In the Missal of St Pius V, the blessing of the ashes is introduced by a chant which is called an antiphon in the rubrics, but is structured like an introit. The blessing itself consists of four prayers, the sprinkling of the ashes with holy water, and their incensation, after which they are imposed on all present, while two antiphons and a responsory are sung. The rite concludes with a brief prayer, and then the Mass begins. In the Middle Ages, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/GvlzW4omfAQ/liturgical-notes-on-ash-wednesday.html

How to 'Rein In' Worrisome Thoughts FATHER RAY'S 'OTHER' CORNER - February 26, 2017 http://fatherrays.blogspot.com/2017/02/how-to-rein-in-worrisome-thoughts.html

Was Going to Mass Worth Getting Sick? JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - February 26, 2017 ... of Divine Mercy, the evening prayers of the Little Office, the chaplet of St. Michael Archangel, and then had a couple of minutes of silent reflection. I wish I had gotten more time in silence but it was still a wonderful time for me... and it inspired me to do it more often. After adoration and benediction, the group met up and we spent about an hour or so just chatting amongst ourselves and with our spiritual adviser. I was very glad that I had gone since I have been on the ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2017/02/was-going-to-mass-worth-getting-sick.html

Some Useful Information on Byzantine Lent NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 24, 2017 ... Andrew of Crete is added to it, divided into four parts, one for each day, because of its extreme length; the whole is then repeated at Matins of Thursday of the Fifth week. (In practice, much of it will be omitted in a parish.) The First Sunday of Great Lent is called Orthodoxy Sunday, commemorating the defeat of the iconoclast heresy in 847 . Most Byzantine churches will have a procession in which all the faithful carry icons. The Second is dedicated to St Gregory Palamas, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/g61PxfPUpvA/some-useful-information-on-byzantine.html

Good and Faithful Servant THE CURT JESTER - February 21, 2017 ... basically lived in the same room at the hospice with her. This was extremely difficult for us to watch her rapid decline, but still we had to be there for her – who had always been there for us. I have often heard how compassion means to "suffer with" and this lesson was drilled into us. By whatever confluence of events my children and I were awake and in conversation when she passed not long after 3:00 AM on a Sunday. Socorro and I in 1980 She was first diagnosed a little over three ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/splendoroftruth/lNZE/~3/X9PMZy5knlI/

The Truth Most Everyone Is Unwilling to Hear (*includes Most Catholics), Part II of II THE CATHOLIC FAITHFUL - February 19, 2017 ... the morning of, write down what you need to get done that day as a schedule. SCHEDULE what you need to for the steps advised above, 1-4 (#5 is a regular moment-to-moment practice, and #6 is a given to be done with Morning Prayers). Then, simply, stick to the schedule. The stronger we are in charity, the more we will strengthen our hope and faith. We will then have the courage by the Faith, and true Charity, to speak with courage and share in the Hope we have in Christ with ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheCatholicFaithful/~3/EhM_ZYhzIoM/the-truth-most-everyone-is-unwilling-to.html

Back to the Future? No Thanks, I've Been There! NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 16, 2017 ... easy roll out. A funny thing happens when you turn a sanctuary around: it's like doing things in a mirror. Everything looks a bit familiar, but also very different. The priests at St Anthony's had taken the changes in stride, but thought they would be an experiment, and then we'd go back to what worked. A good example of what was happening in those days is seen in a story I tell often. Fr Remegio Pigato was a jolly priest, a former rector of the Scalabrini Seminary on Staten Island, learned, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/IS2-pAx4spE/back-to-future-no-thanks-ive-been-there.html

The Antiquity and Universality of Fore-Lent (Part 4) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 15, 2017 ... event that approaches, She invites us to meditate upon its various "dimensions"; therefore, before we can begin to keep the Great Lent, we are given the theological basis for it." (The Liturgical Structure of Lent.) 3. Meditation on the Fall of Man and the Last Things, and consequently, the common institution of prayers for the faithful departed, are an important recurring element in the various ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/kg1HJwk46j0/the-antiquity-and-universality-of-fore_15.html

Behaving Like God THE ONE TRUE FAITH - February 13, 2017 ... terrorist, yourself. You would want to kill your enemy. But we are Christians and are taught differently. This is RCIA, after all. Contemplatio: Holy Spirit come open the hearts of Troy and others who struggle with the concept of God's ...http://theonetruefaith-faith.blogspot.com/2017/02/behaving-like-god.html

The Liturgical Rollercoaster: A Recent Proposal for 14 "Improvements" to the TLM NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - February 6, 2017 ... critiquing the very things he's advocating. Because of the complexity of the issues, and because there is no need to rewrite what has already been written if it will do the job, the present article will mostly take the form of links to articles that argue against Fr. Stravinskas' ideas. A starting point would be this one: "Could the Traditional Latin Mass Be Improved—And Should It Even Be Attempted?" Before I go into the 14 items, I will say that I appreciate Fr. Stravinskas' honesty in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/P5tmLQ58zlY/the-liturgical-rollercoaster-recent.html

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time: "If You Choose You Can Keep the Commandments" MEETING CHRIST IN THE LITURGY - February 5, 2017 ... gives thanks (in Greek: eucharistian ) that we have been judged worthy of these gifts. When he has concluded the prayers and thanksgivings, all present give voice to an acclamation by saying: 'Amen.' When he who presides has given thanks and the people have responded, those whom we call deacons give to those present the "eucharisted" bread, wine and water and take them to those who are absent. CCC ...http://mcitl.blogspot.com/2017/02/sixth-sunday-in-ordinary-time-you-can.html

1st Sunday of Saint Joseph HAPPY CATHOLIC* - January 29, 2017 There's something about St. Joseph ... I turn to him always for intercession with anything to do with family, work, or prayers for my husband. Reflecting on St. Joseph on the seven Sundays leading up to his solemnity is an old tradition. I've forgotten it for a few years but am back to it this year. Holy Family by Raphael, 1506. Devotion to Saint Joseph has developed spontaneously from the heart of Christian people. For many people the Holy Patriarch is an excellent model ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/01/1st-sunday-of-saint-joseph.html

Gardening - Who's Got Time for That? FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - January 27, 2017 http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2017/01/gardening-whos-got-time-for-that.html

Novena to St. Joseph HAPPY CATHOLIC* - January 23, 2017 ... you we raise our hearts and hands to ask your powerful intercession in obtaining from the compassionate heart of Jesus all the helps and graces necessary for our spiritual and temporal welfare, particularly the grace of a happy death, and the special grace for which we now ask. (Mention your request) O guardian of the Word Incarnate, we feel animated with confidence that your prayers for us will be graciously heard at the throne of God. (The following is to be said seven times ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2017/01/novena-to-st-joseph.html

The Fixity of Liturgical Forms As an Incentive to Prayer and Lectio Divina NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 23, 2017 ... ministers, and faithful genuflect during the reading of the Gospel at a passage that narrates some reality that cries out for the total response of the believer, in body and soul. Thus, on Epiphany and during its octave, when the priest reads or chants that the Magi fell down and worshiped the Christ-child, he, and everyone with him, bends the knee in silent adoration. In Lenten Masses the priest kneels at the Tract Adiuva nos ; on the second Passion Sunday, the Finding of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Xam0kPL3BSA/the-fixity-of-liturgical-forms-as.html

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