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The Fixity of Liturgical Forms As an Incentive to Prayer and Lectio Divina NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 23, 2017 ... which Mass in the missal is being celebrated—and then know, with certainty, exactly how that Mass will unfold for the remaining half-hour or hour, since everything is fixed in place. What a consolation to know that the celebrant is not being asked to exhibit the state of his mind in extemporaneous remarks, or his pastoral judgment in choices between this or that prayer! The Mass is simply the Mass —older, greater, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Xam0kPL3BSA/the-fixity-of-liturgical-forms-as.html

Being Christ's Light: Here Are 3 Ways (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - January 22, 2017 Every year at this time the Archdiocese kicks off its annual Catholic Ministries Appeal. The Archbishop sends out a recorded message, and invites pastors to play it at Mass. While I'm happy to help the Archbishop, playing a recording can be a little awkward, and sometimes, hard to hear. So what I've done in the past is to incorporate as much of the Archbishop's homily into my own. The readings we heard today emphasize light ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2017/01/being-christs-light-here-are-3-ways.html

2016 a Rough Year for Celebrities? FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - January 22, 2017 Hi everyone! Here's my homily for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - January 22, 2017. The readings for today can be found at: http://usccb.org/bible/readings/012217.cfm. Thanks as always for reading, sharing it on Facebook, Twitter and Reddit and your feedback and comments. Grateful for your interest and support! Fr Jim HOMILY: As 2016 was coming to a close, there was a great number of people who seemed to believe that there had been ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2017/01/2016-rough-year-for-celebrities.html

'The People Who Sat in Darkness Have Seen a Great Light . . .' Sunday Reflections, 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC WOMEN BLOGGERS - January 19, 2017 ... great light, and for those who sat in the region and shadow of death light has dawned (Matthew 4:16, NRSVCE). Readings (New American Bible: Philippines, USA) Readings (Jerusalem Bible: Australia, England & Wales, India [optional], Ireland, New Zealand, Pakistan, Scotland, South Africa) Gospel Matthew 4:12-23 [or 12-17] ( NRSV, Anglicised Catholic Ed ) Now when Jesus heard that John had been arrested, he withdrew to Galilee. He left ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2017/01/the-people-who-sat-in-darkness-have.html

** NZ CATHOLIC BISHOPS' CONFERENCE Catholic Principal and Prison Chaplain ... KIWICATH NEWS AND NOTES - January 14, 2017 *** NZ CATHOLIC BISHOPS' CONFERENCE http://www.catholic.org.nz/ Catholic Principal and Prison Chaplain celebrated in honours list http://www.catholic.org.nz/nzcbc/fx-view-article.cfm?ctype=MRART&loadref=84&id=1388 Georgina Kingi, the long-time principal and teacher of St Joseph's Maori Girls College has received the country's highest honour. Also named in this year's honours list is Catholic ...http://kiwicathnewsandnotes.blogspot.com/2017/01/nz-catholic-bishops-conference-httpwww.html

Homily for the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, January 15, 2017, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - January 8, 2017 Fr. Charles Irvin Senior Priest Diocese of Lansing ( Click here for today's readings ) If you go out into the North African desert with its rolling and shifting hills of sand you will likely come upon quicksand. You can also encounter quicksand in our North American swamps, in our Florida Everglades, and even in some of our own inland lakes. Nearer to us you'll find it in the marshy, reed-filled edges of Michigan's inland lakes. Sometimes these spots are ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/homily-for-2nd-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

Resources for Advent PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - January 5, 2017 H ere are some resources for Advent to increase your knowledge of and appreciation for this liturgical season in the life of the Church. It's the Catholic New Year! Let us wait with eager anticipation for the coming of the Savior. If several articles came from the same source, I grouped them together. I will be updating this post throughout Advent, so check back often!. My Blog Posts Signs of Life: Advent and Christmas Fr. Matthew Hardesty Homilies for Advent What Is ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2016/11/resources-for-advent.html

So Much Is Happening on January 1! HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - January 1, 2017 I was ordained less than a year when a friend told me about a priest thundering from the pulpit about people not attending Mass. "What's so wrong about that?" I asked innocently. "Only that every single person he was talking to was already at Mass," he replied. It's a good point. Not much use ranting to the people who are in church about those who aren't. When I was a boy, the requirement to attend Mass every Sunday and holy day of ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/12/i-was-ordained-less-than-year-when.html

Homily for the Epiphany of the Lord, January 8, 2014, Year A BIG C CATHOLICS - January 1, 2017 Adoration of the Magi , Gentile da Fabriano, 1423, Uffizi Gallery, Italy. Fr. Charles Irvin Senior Priest Diocese of Lansing ( Click here for today's readings ) The Feast of the Epiphany was celebrated in Eastern Churches before being observed in Rome. It seems originally to have been a feast of the nativity of our Lord. January 6th. For those Churches it was the equivalent of December 25th in the Roman Church. The Epiphany, as you know, celebrates ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/homily-for-epiphany-of-lord-january-8.html

This Was Good G-MANS JOURNEY - December 11, 2016 Some good reading again from Catholic Exchange about today's mass. Please enjoy. Scripture Speaks: Gaudete Sunday GAYLE SOMERS This Sunday is Gaudete (Rejoice!) Sunday. Our Gospel gives us John the Baptist in prison as our meditation. Isn't that a bit downbeat? Gospel (Read Mt 11:2-11) St. Matthew tells us that John the Baptist "heard in prison of the works of the Christ" in Galilee, undoubtedly from his own disciples. He sent those ...http://gman59.blogspot.com/2016/12/this-was-good.html

Reflection for the Third Sunday of Advent [A] BIG C CATHOLICS - December 5, 2016 ... God's presence and His saving help. Hope grows from within so as to give the person an anchor to hold. Faith is a lifelong process. Advent is but a capsule of time that really is the lifetime of faith. It is an intense period of realizing the search for the Lord. The readings of daily and Sunday Masses throughout Advent are all focused on waiting for the Lord's presence. The figures that have prominent roles are Isaiah, John the Baptist, Paul, Mary, and Jesus. The Guest of all ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/12/reflection-for-third-sunday-of-advent-a.html

Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Advent, December 11, 2016, Year a (Gaudete Sunday) BIG C CATHOLICS - December 4, 2016 Fr. Charles Irvin Senior Priest Diocese of Lansing ( Click here for today's readings ) "Are you the one who is to come, or do we look for another?" As you live out life as a Christian, trying to make the life of Jesus a reality in your own life, many are going to be observing you. In key moments, some people are going to be looking to you for help, hope maybe you'll be their salvation, their way out. Very indirectly, perhaps very quietly, or perhaps ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/12/homily-for-3rd-sunday-of-advent.html

Homily: On the Brink of Advent BUKAS PALAD - November 27, 2016 Year C/ Ordinary Time / Week 34 / Saturday (Last Mass of Year C) Readings: Revelations 22.1-5 / Psalm 94.1-2, 3-5, 6-7 (R/v 1 Cor 16: 22b, see Rev. 22: 20c) / Luke 21.34-36 Imagine you are at home. You're doing your own thing. There's an unexpected knock on the door. "Who could it be?" you ask as you head towards it, anxious to open and see. Here we are at last Mass of this liturgical year. This evening, Advent begins with Vespers, and we ...http://bukas-palad.blogspot.com/2016/11/homily-on-brink-of-advent.html

Advent Is IMPERATIVE! HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - November 27, 2016 ... particular imperative that uses the verb "let." "Let's have a drink" is an imperative, even if it sounds less like a command than "don't." Let's go looking, then, for imperatives in today's Scripture readings. There are plenty of them, and they give us a great push for the start of Advent. The first reading begins with a familiar image, the mountain of the Lord. Mountains have an important place in the Old Testament. Moses receives the Ten Commandments on ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/11/advent-is-imperative.html

10 Ways to Begin Advent TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - November 27, 2016 ... for a future meeting with Christ on a day none of us can know. Indeed, it's time to embrace the season of Advent, and, then, the joys of Christmastide. As such, for weeks now, I have been taking pockets of time here and there to piece together my family's life and learning plans for this year' Advent through Christmas seasons. I had hoped to have our plans ready in sharable form today, but - alas - do not. Thus, rather than sharing our full plans right now, I am offering ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2016/11/10-Ways-to-Begin-Advent.html

What I Love About the Iconostasis 50 DAYS AFTER - November 23, 2016 ... because I couldn't remember anyone teaching this or even talking about it. Then I came to the Melkite parish where I still am today and found out that Eastern Churches call it Divine Liturgy instead of Mass and I was hooked. May God bless all who read my ramblings, Contra Adopt A Catholic ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/50DaysAfter/~3/ZFvZAcjDzBY/what-i-love-about-iconostasis.html

Celebrating Christ the King Day With Stories, Symbolic Eats, and Starting Our Advent Chain TRAINING HAPPY HEARTS - November 20, 2016 We have a sickie here today, so were unable to enjoy the Solemnity of Christ the King the way we had planned. Still, the day held its own beauty and blessings, which I share with you here in case you want to borrow any ideas to use throughout the week or in future years. A Chat about a Servant King This morning, we chatted about what kind of king Christ is and how He is different than other kings . Some kings wear jeweled crowns and carry a scepter. Jesus wore a crown of ...http://traininghappyhearts.blogspot.com/2016/11/Christ-the-King-Picture-Books-Meal-and-More.html

A Parish of Mercy: Christ the Redeemer Celebrates the Solemnity of Christ the King HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - November 20, 2016 What if I offered to hand out keys to Heaven after Mass today? A few folks might still leave after Communion if they parked poorly or had to get the kids to soccer. But it's a safe bet there would be quite a lineup to collect the keys. Who doesn't want to go to Heaven? There are people who don't want to go to church, but no one, really, who doesn't want paradise. Well, the fact is, we are handing out keys to Heaven at ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/11/a-parish-of-mercy-christ-redeemer.html

The Gravest Evil Imaginable and the Work of Reparation to the Holy Face of Jesus (18-10) GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - November 20, 2016 ... at the School of Sacrificial Love on Mount Calvary during a quiet Saturday evening Tridentine Holy Sacrifice of the Mass defies description as Almighty God our Father of Mercies suddenly declares war on the gravest evil imaginable. This journey with Christ during the mystical re-presentation of His Sacred Passion for this purpose was bar none and has made Lucifer very angry. Truly, when our Lord said that the Work of Reparation to His Holy Face is mankind's HOPE in our time, ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2016/11/the-gravest-evil-imaginable-and-work-of.html

THE SOLEMNITY 0F CHRIST, KING OF THE UNIVERSE (PLUS) HOW GOD CAME TO BE KING (by Bishop Tom Wright) MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - November 19, 2016 ... 1970 its Roman Catholic observance was moved to the final Sunday of Ordinary Time. Therefore, the earliest date on which it can occur is 20 November and the latest is 27 November. The Anglican, Lutheran, and many other Protestant churches adopted it along with the Revised Common Lectionary. It is also observed on the same computed date as the final Sunday of the ecclesiastical year, the Sunday before the First Sunday of Advent, by Western rite parishes of the Russian Orthodox ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2016/11/the-solemnity-0f-christ.html

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