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Year B Fifth Sunday of Easter Καθολικός διάκονος - May 3, 2015 Readings: Acts 9:26-31; Ps 22:26-28.30-32; 1 John 3:18-24; John 15:1-8 In our Gospel today we heard Jesus say- "Just as a branch cannot bear fruit on its own unless it remains on the vine, so neither can you unless you remain in me" (John 15:4b). Of the many questions prompted by our readings for this Fifth Sunday of Easter, it seems to me that perhaps the most urgent question we need to explore is, How do we remain "in" Jesus? Yesterday, ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2015/05/year-b-fifth-sunday-of-easter.html

The Church Triumphant: Spotlight on St. Gianna Beretta Molla & St. Louis De Montfort LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - April 30, 2015 Happy Thursday all! Today is another installment in The Church Triumphant saint series that Cristina and I conspire on, but this month will be a little different. Both saints will be right here on my blog, one penned by each of us. Exciting yes? I have a co-author! And what do we have in store for April? Well. :) Today is April 30th, and just a few days ago, the 28th, we celebrated the memorial of a favorite of mine, St. Gianna Beretta Molla! Let's talk ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-church-triumphant-spotlight-on-st.html

Imbuing the Ordinary Form With Extraordinary Form Spirituality NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 13, 2015 It has been widely recognized that the Mass of the modern Roman Rite suffers in many respects from a sharp discontinuity with the preceding liturgical tradition, and that its many simplifications, innovations, and options have, to an alarming extent, deprived it of the intensely devotional atmosphere so characteristic of the traditional Roman Rite. Recognizing this fact more clearly than most, Pope Benedict XVI expressed his desire for a "mutual enrichment," with the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/yv1XqOb9Shs/imbuing-ordinary-form-with.html

Of Early Church History and Rewriting History HANDING ON THE FAITH - April 7, 2015 Easter season brings an extra delight each year because so many of the readings come from the Acts of the Apostles . This book, the work of the author of the Gospel of Luke, begins with the Ascension and ends with Paul's proclamation of the church in Rome itself. It is actually a page-turner. We learn about the election of Matthias to replace Judas, about the coming of the Holy Spirit and Peter's great speech at Pentecost, the cure of the disabled beggar, the conversion of ...http://blog.archny.org/faith/?p=977

What the Elect Say and Do, Especially When They Are Leaders, Matters. 1CATHOLICSALMON - April 6, 2015 Fr Peter, one of the originators of the British Province of the Confraternity of Catholic Fr. Peter Edwards, parish priest at St Joseph's New Malden is the leader of a large parish in Southwark, who isn't afraid to take criticism on the chin and who rises above it in all that he does and says. He's not afraid of swimming upstream (another Catholic salmon!!) against a tide of carping parishioners who question his choice to remain faithful to the Tradition ...http://1catholicsalmon.com/2015/04/06/what-the-elect-say-and-do-especially-when-they-are-leaders-matters/

Hallelujah - Easter Version CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - April 5, 2015 Today at Easter Mass, I totally lost it. Everything was 'seemingly' fine, the homily was inspirational , the young Priest spoke from the heart, the readings were beautiful, the choir songs were happy Easter songs, one even featured clapping along(?), (after all, this was a 'modern' Catholic Parish). But then the song preceeding the Eucharistic procession was sung by a solo, middle-aged, fairly dark-skinned, very sincere ...http://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2015/04/hallelujah-easter-version.html

The Easter Triduum: Entering Into the Paschal Mystery INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - April 2, 2015 ... this yearly cycle, the Catechism of the Catholic Church explains, "the various aspects of the one Paschal mystery unfold"(CCC 1171). The Easter Triduum holds a special place in the liturgical year because it marks the culmination of the yearly celebration in proclaiming the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Latin word triduum refers to a period of three days and has long been used to describe various three-day observances that prepared for a feast day through ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/04/the-easter-triduum-entering-into-the-paschal-mystery.html

Pope Francis and the Traditionalists VOX NOVA - April 1, 2015 During his two years as pope, Francis has had a rocky relationship with Catholic traditionalists, both those in full communion with Rome and those who have broken away, such as the Society of St. Pius X. The traditionalist blog Rorate Caeli continues to bemoan his dismissive attitude towards the Latin mass, and the glimmers of rapproachment with the SSPX during the pontificate of Benedict XVI have faded. However, today Pope Francis has, ...http://vox-nova.com/2015/04/01/pope-francis-and-the-traditionalists/

Of Palm Sunday and Anniversaries NETTIE'S WORLD - March 30, 2015 Nettie's World I hope all my readers had as joyously reverent a Palm Sunday as we experienced today. Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion, as it is called, is always a Pontifical mass at the Cathedral, and there is much pomp and ceremony including the procession of palm branches, even more Gregorian chant than usual (yayy!!), the blessing of the palms, and several additional scripture readings . It is both solemn and wonderful. I ...http://nettiesworld.com/?p=12066

Day Thirty Consecration to Mary for the 21st Century/ a Lenten Journey THE ONE TRUE FAITH - March 24, 2015 ... know and love Jesus. The Mass says it all. It is through the Mass that we find our duties to God fulfilled--adoration, propitiation, petition and thanksgiving. In the Mass, through the readings that are read, we hear the spirit of Jesus. Of course, it is in the Mass, during Holy Communion, that we can become One with Our Lord Jesus Christ. You can't get more intimate than that! Meditate upon the ...http://theonetruefaith-faith.blogspot.com/2015/03/day-thirty-consecration-to-mary-for.html

Ready to Die DO WHATEVER HE TELLS YOU! (JN 2:5) - March 22, 2015 Homily 5th Sunday of Lent B Christ the King Catholic Church Topeka 22 March 2015 Readings Audio I have a pet peeve when it comes to sports fans. I hate fans that are afraid to play a game. I got into it the last two years with KU fans that were afraid to play Duke and Kentucky in the Champions Classic. We beat Duke, lost to Kentucky . . as everyone has this year. Yet in either case, no matter who you are playing, you can't be afraid to play the game. I ...http://frmitchel.blogspot.com/2015/03/ready-to-die.html

No Matter What FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - March 22, 2015 Hi everyone, here's my homily for the FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT - MARCH 22, 2015. The readings for today's Mass can be found at: http://usccb.org/bible/readings/032215-fifth-sunday-lent.cfm . As always, thanks for reading, sharing this post on facebook, twitter and reddit and all your comments and feedback. God Bless - Fr Jim HOMILY: The headline from the Huffington Post read: "Louisa Manning - the sort of heroine this ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-hour-has-come.html

God the Same Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (Lent 5) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - March 21, 2015 An enthusiastic student bounced into music class one day and asked the teacher "What's the good news for today?" The teacher picked up a tuning fork and struck it. A clear note emerged and the teacher said, "There's the good news for today. That, my friend, is an A. It was an A yesterday, and it will be an A tomorrow, and next week, and for a thousand years. "The soprano in the senior choir sings off-key; the tenor flats his high notes, and the piano here ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2015/03/normal-0-false-false-false-en-us-x-none.html

Preaching Ahead of Myself: A Homily for the 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time Cycle B QUANTUM THEOLOGY - March 18, 2015 Simeon the Stylite The next time the 9th Sunday in Ordinary Time will be celebrated is in 2038, but it will be the A liturgical cycle readings, not the Cycle B reading this homily was written for. The B cycle readings will not come up in my lifetime, so this is a homily for a Sunday that will not be celebrated 'preached' by someone who cannot preach. My friend Robin talks about " preaching ahead of yourself ," and while this preaching for a moment far ahead ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2015/03/preaching-ahead-of-myself-homily-for.html

Daybook :: Birthday Edition MORE THAN ENOUGH - March 9, 2015 ... in the 50s and 60s! Yay!! Thanking God for ... * Another year of life. Today, I turn 39 years old. I have always loved my birthday. It isn't as big of a deal to me as it used to be. But it's not because I dread getting older; I really don't. I just think I am passing the excitement onto my children and letting them take over the hype and fun of birthdays. It teaches them to be generous, not just for my birthday, but for each person's birthday in the family. * For the ...http://morethanenough7.blogspot.com/2015/03/daybook-birthday-edition.html

Dom Alcuin Reid on the 50th Anniversary of Mass in the Vernacular NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 7, 2015 ... again, we are very grateful indeed to Dom Alcuin Reid for sharing his work with our readers. He writes here about the 50th anniversary of the first Mass celebrated by a Pope in the vernacular, and the "implementation" of Sacrosanctum Concilium , the Second Vatican Council's Constitution on the Sacred liturgy. March 7th, 1965—'An extraordinary way of celebrating the Holy Mass' "On March 7, 1965, Blessed Paul VI...celebrated the first Mass ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/gyO1JHpIDqQ/dom-alcuid-reid-on-50th-anniversary-of.html

Silence in Church, 3rd Sunday of Lent, Year B FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS - March 7, 2015 ... readily observable at his public audiences in the manner in which he greets and smiles to people as he comes down the aisle. Now, I note this because his behaviour during Holy Mass is noticeably different: he is solemn and composed, and as he walked down the aisle his eyes were either fixed forward to the altar or down to the ground. He was doing something SOLEMN and SACRED and his behaviour made that clear. In addition, before he came out at the start of Mass ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2015/03/silence-in-church-3rd-sunday-of-lent.html

Transfiguration, You and Me FREEDOM THROUGH TRUTH - March 4, 2015 ... and minds of Father Gordon, Pornchai and prisoner residents of the New Hampshire State Prison for Men. In it I said: In fact, we are all called to change our form or appearance, to be conformed to Christ in us. Where Christ in His Transfiguration was actually changed and it was visibly obvious to the three disciples present, our transfiguration is more like a very slow metamorphosis and as that, might not be as obvious to those around us, as that of Christ was. When Christ was transfigured in ...http://freethroughtruth.blogspot.com/2015/03/transfiguration-you-and-me.html

Ex Ore Infantium: Children and the Traditional Latin Mass NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 2, 2015 A subject that deserves much more attention than it has received (at least, so far as I know) is how children relate to the traditional Latin Mass. One thing seems very clear to me from my experience with my own children and those of my friends who attend this Mass regularly, namely, that, contrary to all the predictions of the liturgists about the need for children to have simplified liturgies that hand-feed them bits of Gospel food, children are often ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/GDKD8JpjGLc/ex-ore-infantium-children-and.html

Sunday Mass: Not an Option (Lent 2B) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - March 1, 2015 Almost every Wednesday I have the joy—and the challenge—of preaching to the students of St. Anthony's at our weekly school Mass. It's a joy because they listen with attention, but a challenge because I like to ask them questions and I'm never sure what their answers will be. Not long ago, I asked "who knows what a seminarian is?" I got the reply "someone from Seminaria." I've heard a few other amazing answers, though none quite as funny one a priest got ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2015/03/sunday-mass-not-option-lent-2b.html

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