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The Year of Magical Thinking SCELATA - July 19, 2014 ... of Magical Religious Commentary ". When Israeli President Shimon Peres and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas meet at the Vatican next Sunday (June 8), it will be another sign of how Pope Francis has returned the Vatican to the global stage to a degree not seen since the 1980s.... "Francis is not resigned to a passive vision of world affairs," Marco Impagliazzo, president of the Rome-based Community of Sant'Egidio, a Catholic ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-year-of-magical-thinking.html

Seven Years of Summorum Pontificum NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - July 7, 2014 ... Disciplinary actions of incredible harshness against traditional religious communities and individual priests continue to make headlines. We are far, alas, from the peaceful resolution Pope Benedict wished and worked for; in fact, it would be no exaggeration to say that the Pope's impassioned invitation to his brother bishops has been culpably rejected by many: Let us generously open our hearts and make room for everything that the faith itself allows. … What earlier generations held as ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/qVuuEiwG0_A/seven-years-of-summorum-pontificum.html

The Light Burden of Christ Καθολικός διάκονος - July 5, 2014 With our celebration of the Solemnity of Sts Peter & Paul last Sunday, which feast is a fixed observance, that is, the Church celebrates it on 29 June each year, we finally enter our long summer and fall season of Ordinary Time. I think it's important to point out that when it comes to the liturgical year, the Church does not use the word "ordinary" in the sense of opposing it to "extraordinary." In other words, the time we're now observing is not "Ho-Hum Time." The ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2014/07/the-light-burden-of-christ.html

Saints Peter and Paul PRINTED AS PREACHED - July 2, 2014 ... he was and had became Christ's. Paul's whole life would be spent entirely at the service of Christ and the newly formed Church. Christ was his ultimate, around which he would now organize his life. Paul's values and insights, be they for personal living or for social relationships were now rooted in the death and resurrection of Christ. This was good news, not just for him, but for the whole world. As a consequence, Paul was faced with many trials and sufferings, enduring hardship of every ...http://printedaspreached.blogspot.com/2014/07/saints-peter-and-paul.html

Humane Vitae in the Instrumentum Laboris Καθολικός διάκονος - July 1, 2014 ... Challenges Concerning an Openness to Life": In recent decades, basic objections have arisen regarding the subject of a couple's openness to life, which concerns the innermost qualities and aspects of life. In this regard, substantial differences exist between the Christian idea of life and sexuality and that of a highly secularized society. Pope Paul VI, in publishing the Encyclical Humanae Vitae , was well aware of the difficulties his statements could cause over time. He wrote, for example, ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2014/07/humane-vitae-in-instrumentum-laboris.html

Presentation of the Instrumentum Laboris for the Next Synod Assembly in October VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - June 26, 2014 Vatican City, 26 June 2014 (VIS) – A press conference was held in the Holy See Press Office this morning to present the Instrumentum Laboris of the 3rd Extraordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops (5-19 October 2014) which will focus on "pastoral challenges to the family in the context of evangelisation". The speakers were Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, secretary general of the Synod of Bishops; Cardinal Peter Erdo, archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest, Hungary, ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2014/06/presentation-of-instrumentum-laboris.html

Dies Domini 79: Sunday, a Model for Holy Days CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - June 19, 2014 What to do with holy days that fall on a day other than Sunday? Some involve observances that lack a place in the broadest sense of the Christian imagination. Work and other obligations overwhelm a sense of celebrating, say, the Ascension or Corpus Christi on a Thursday. Do we move such observances to Sunday and convince ourselves we've sufficiently modeled–we've just moved the celebration to the weekend? 79. Sunday emerges therefore ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/06/19/dies-domini-79-sunday-a-model-for-holy-days/

Whit Embertide A CATHOLIC LIFE - June 11, 2014 Although 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. Remember the words from ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/I3UbHW6RZ3M/whit-embertide.html

ASK FATHER: Are Extraordinary Ministers of Communion Against the Law? FR. Z'S BLOG - June 2, 2014 ... widespread use of EMHC's to be eliminated. However, it would be a stretch to say that the ordinary use of extraordinary ministers is "against the law". In the rubrics (i.e., the "law") the determination of the usefulness of EMHC's is left to the priest to decide. That said, the the local bishop could issue a law restricting or delimiting their use. Is it wrong to use EMHC's at a daily Mass with 10 people, or a Sunday Mass with ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/oHsPc4W09mA/

Quick Lessons From the Catechism: The Ascension of the Lord Into Heaven TOM PERNA™ - May 29, 2014 ... Vatican to have it moved to the following Sunday – the Vatican approved. The Solemnity is still celebrated on Thursday in the ecclesiastical cities/provinces of the United States of America. According to the Precepts of the Church, the lay faithful that live in these cities/provinces are obligated to attend Mass on Ascension Thursday. As I stated above, in the majority of the country it has been transferred to the following ...http://tomperna.org/2014/05/29/quick-lessons-from-the-catechism-the-ascension-of-the-lord-into-heaven/

Ascension Thursday Sunday? ABOUT.COM CATHOLICISM - May 27, 2014 ... Day of Obligation --they think they're in church just for Sunday Mass. The reader continues: I know it is up to the diocese but WHY would it be a choice at all? I have many friends from other states, and I am the only one who is obligated to attend Mass on Thursday. Now, we're getting to the heart of the matter. The reader is not quite correct: The decision is not left up to each diocese; rather, each ecclesiastical province in the United States is allowed to decide whether to ...http://catholicism.about.com/b/2014/05/27/ascension-thursday-sunday.htm

Fr. Z's Annual Rant About Ascension Thursday Sunday FR. Z'S BLOG - May 27, 2014 ... this liturgical caper "Ascension Thursday Sunday". Those who are participating at Holy Mass with the 1962 MR avoid all this. Ascension Thursday is, logically, on Thursday. Since we should, when examining issues, pay attention to cult, code and creed , and since we have looked at the theological point of the liturgical observance of the Ascension (creed and cult) let's look also at some law (code). In the 1983 Code of Canon Law, can. 1246, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/t-9dcsx_Zcw/

Dies Domini 67: Sunday Gives Perspective CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - May 26, 2014 Can Sunday become a bastion where our attachments to consumption and collection might fade? If so, Saint John Paul suggests we will get in touch with more of our truly human aspects: 67. Through Sunday rest, daily concerns and tasks can find their proper perspective: the material things about which we worry give way to spiritual values; in a moment of encounter and less pressured exchange, we see the true face of the people with whom we live. Even the ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/dies-domini-67/

Dies Domini 64: The Day of Rest CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - May 23, 2014 I don't doubt that many people reach the weekend, or even just Sunday, and their reaction to the week is a heartfelt "Whew!" For the early Christians, Sunday was just another day to work, to labor, or even to be enslaved. But by the 300′s, for the Roman Empire, a day of rest was legislated: 64. For several centuries, Christians observed Sunday simply as a day of worship, without being able to give it the specific meaning of Sabbath ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/05/23/dies-domini-64-the-day-of-rest/

Dies Domini 54: Radio and Television CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - May 15, 2014 ... celebration broadcast from some sacred place.(Cf. Pontifical Commission for Social Communications, Instruction Communio et Progressio (23 May 1971), 150-152; 157: AAS 63 (1971), 645-646; 647) Clearly, this kind of broadcast does not in itself fulfill the Sunday obligation, which requires participation in the fraternal assembly gathered in one place, where Eucharistic communion can be received. But for those who cannot take part in the Eucharist and who are therefore excused ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/05/15/dies-domini-54-radio-and-television/

Dies Domini 53: Sunday Assemblies Without a Priest CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - May 14, 2014 We consider with Pope John Paul II the situation of Sunday gatherings without a priest. This section recognizes there is a problem for both mission lands as well as in Christian nations with a shortage of clergy affirms the Sunday assembling of people, even when Mass is not possible affirms SCAP (Sunday Celebrations in the Absence of a Priest) and the adaptations of conferences of bishops to make this work around the world reminds us that ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/05/14/dies-domini-53-sunday-assemblies-without-a-priest/

Dies Domini 49: Pastors' Obligations CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - May 10, 2014 Let's wrap up Pope John Paul II's examination of the Sunday obligation. This section is heavily footnoted, just to warn you … 49. Because the faithful are obliged to attend Mass unless there is a grave impediment, Pastors have the corresponding duty to offer to everyone the real possibility of fulfilling the precept. The provisions of Church law move in this direction, as for example in the faculty granted to priests, with the prior authorization of ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/05/10/dies-domini-49-pastors-obligations/

Dies Domini 47: A History of Sunday Obligation CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - May 8, 2014 The teacher Pope John Paul II offers a history lesson. The notion of a "Sunday obligation" was not apostolic. It was an early practice that arose organically from a faith-filled people. Only later was it codified: 47. Even if in the earliest times it was not judged necessary to be prescriptive, the Church has not ceased to confirm this obligation of conscience, which rises from the inner need felt so strongly by the Christians of the first centuries. It was only later, ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/05/08/dies-domini-47-a-history-of-sunday-obligation/

Dies Domini 46: The Sunday Obligation CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - May 7, 2014 Today we begin a look at four sections that cover the "Sunday obligation." Clearly, modern believers take the obligation of "every Sunday" less seriously than some of former generations. On the other hand, the people who do attend Mass receive the Eucharist more regularly, and many receive more devoutly than people of, say, more than a century ago. 46. Since the Eucharist is the very heart of Sunday, it is clear why, from the ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/05/07/dies-domini-46-the-sunday-obligation/

Dies Domini 41: Relationship and Jewish Roots CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - May 2, 2014 ... during Mass. In this context, the proclamation of the word in the Sunday Eucharistic celebration takes on the solemn tone found in the Old Testament at moments when the Covenant was renewed, when the Law was proclaimed and the community of Israel was called — like the People in the desert at the foot of Sinai (cf. Ex 19:7-8; 24:3,7) — to repeats its "yes", renewing its decision to be faithful to God and to obey his commandments. An intriguing ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/dies-domini-41/

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