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Everyday Prayers – The Our Father – Part 4 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - April 24, 2014 Let's continue our exploration of the Our Father. As always we'll begin with prayer. Our Father, Who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy name; Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen. 1. We ask God to "forgive us our trespasses." The Greek verb for "forgive" is aphiń"mi ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2014/04/everyday-prayers-our-father-part-4.html

Days of Milk and Honey VULTUS CHRISTI - April 21, 2014 ... with a holy wetness, shining with the brightness of new life. Clothed in white garments, and with lighted candles in their hands they were led to the bishop to be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit, the last station on the way to the sacrificial banquet to taste for the first time of the sweetness of the Lord. Here, ad mensam , in the adorable, awesome, and life-giving mystery of the Eucharist was the fulfillment of every promise made by the Father! The Paschal Sacraments The full ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/04/days-of-milk-and-honey/

In His Face Thou Seest All Our Faces VULTUS CHRISTI - April 17, 2014 ... Heart, desolate, grieved, and forsaken. All of this is right and, yet, there is something more: there is the hidden presence of the Father in the Passion of the Son. Even as she contemplates the adorable Face of the Son in His sufferings, the Church yearns to meet the gaze of the Father. The Second Adam The first Adam, overwhelmed by awareness of his sin, sought to hide from the Father's gaze. "Adam and his wife hid themselves in the garden, among the trees. And the Lord God called to Adam; ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/04/in-his-face-thou-seest-all-our-faces/

I See CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - April 15, 2014 I was thinking about Joseph Plunkett 's poem. I first read it in the poetry appendix of Christian Prayer more than thirty years ago. The musical setting I was first familiar with was that of Michael Joncas from his collection Every Stone Shall Cry , a small publishing house release around 1981. In trying to find it on YouTube, I was unsuccessful, but I noticed that many other composers have taken a try at the text, including Steeleye Span. Interesting. The words seem enough ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/04/15/i-see/

Cleave to Christ PROTECT THE POPE - April 7, 2014 http://protectthepope.com/?p=10318

WDTPRS 5th Sunday of Lent: His Love Lives and Works in and Through Us. FR. Z'S BLOG - April 5, 2014 ... the Church, are on a journey with the Lord, the Head of the Church, toward Jerusalem: the Jerusalem of our own passion and the new Jerusalem of our Resurrection. Christ made this journey so that we could make it and be saved in it. OBSOLETE ICEL (1973) : Father, help us to be like Christ your Son, who loved the world and died for our salvation. Inspire us by his example, who lives and reigns…. In the bad old days, ICEL regularly reduced phrases like Domine Deus noster to the stark ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/HDRxgTMLiAc/

The Theology of the Offertory - Part 4: An Ecumenical Problem NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 28, 2014 ... says, "Sacrifice ('thuson'), lord." The priest cuts the Lamb apart, saying "The Lamb is sacrificed ('thuetai', the same verb which is said above in the imperative form), the Son and Word of God, that taketh away the sin of the world, for the life and salvation of the world, even He that is ever sacrificed and never consumed." The stabbing of the Lamb during the Proskomedia. The deacon then says in Greek "stauroson, despota", which literally means "Crucify, lord." The rubrics ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Exzfvf6KCWU/the-theology-of-offertory-part-4.html

Everyday Prayers – The Our Father – Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - March 21, 2014 Let's continue our exploration of the prayer Jesus taught us, the Our Father. Our Father, Who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy name; Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen. 1. Thy kingdom come – What are we really praying for here? What is God's kingdom? There are ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2014/03/everyday-prayers-our-father-part-2.html

Learning to Pray – Fr. Romano Guardini PAYING ATTENTION TO THE SKY - March 12, 2014 The word Abba itself goes back to Gethsemane and the prayer life of Jesus that reached its climax there Recollectedness Is The Beginning Of Prayer Prayer must begin with recollectedness, but it is not easy. How little of it we normally possess becomes painfully clear as soon as we make the first attempt. When we try to compose ourselves, unrest doubles in intensity, not unlike the manner in which at night, when we try to sleep, cares or desires assail us with ...http://payingattentiontothesky.com/2014/03/13/learning-to-pray-fr-romano-guardini/

Please and Pleases During Lent BACK BAY VIEW - March 10, 2014 ... to say that using these words is how we show our adoration, our love, for others. As someone who appreciates "acts of service" as my love language, I can justify the omission of "I love you" from his list of words. But having family members who thrive with those words of affirmation, I sometimes need to be reminded to use them more often, along with other words of appreciation and praise. The connection between asking, "please help me," and love is the faith that someone you love is going to ...http://backbayview.blogspot.com/2014/03/please-and-pleases-during-lent.html

WDTPRS 1st Sunday of Lent (2002MR): What We Can Learn in No Other Way FR. Z'S BLOG - March 8, 2014 ... legal/juridical meaning as a bond or initiation confirmed by an oath. In the military sacramentum was the initiation into service and the oath taken by a soldier. In the Christian context, sacramentum referred to the pledge and profession of faith made by catechumens when they were baptized and initiated in the Church. Sacramentum pointed to the content of the faith the Christian pledged he accepted. Thus, sacramentum involves the mysteries of our salvation, the meaning of the words and deeds ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/NLe3gJTWu2I/

Francis and the Weeping Priests FR. Z'S BLOG - March 6, 2014 ... that if he didn't preach his tough message he could not be saved. If they listened or didn't listen he was going to preach anyway and thus save his own soul. "But" he concluded, " Nolo salvus esse sine vobis ! … I don't want to be saved without you!" ( s . 17.2) Back to that point about the prayer in the older Missal. I think his description of the older, traditional Missal is unfortunate and blinkered, but let that pass for now (cf. Summorum Pontificum ). The ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/D9XtOs7OwLc/

Shrove Tuesday ARE WE THERE YET? - March 4, 2014 Shrove: past tense of "shrive" shrive [ shrahyv ] verb (used with object), shrove or shrived, shriv·en or shrived, shriv·ing. 1. to impose penance on (a sinner). 2. to grant absolution to (a penitent). 3. to hear the confession of (a person). verb (used without object), shrove or shrived, shriv·en or shrived, shriv·ing. Archaic. 4. to hear confessions. 5. to go to or make confession; confess one's sins, as to a priest. Origin: before ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2014/03/shrove-tuesday.html

Farewell, Grandpa Charlie JEFF GEERLING'S BLOG - March 2, 2014 ... the end of every meal. Sometimes at the beginning, too, so he could dunk his french fries, his chicken strips, his donut... anything that fit the brim of his mug was fair game for dunking. He had the world's largest dictionary (as far as the grandkids knew), and it was always handy by his chair at the table. Perched atop was his word-of-the-day calendar, proclaiming "cerebral", "flue", "hirsute"—or, on the day he died, "hew." hew HYOO verb 1: to cut or fell with blows ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lifeisaprayer/~3/bkWjBGLsQzY/grandpa-charlie

Everyday Prayers – The Our Father – Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - February 27, 2014 The Our Father is one of the central prayers of our faith. Jesus Himself gave it to us as the ideal prayer, one which we can and must pray word for word and one upon which we should model all of our other prayers. Over the next few posts in this series, we will take a close look at the Our Father, piece by piece and word by word, so that we can grasp at least some of its rich meaning. Our Father, Who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy name; Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2014/02/everyday-prayers-our-father-part-1.html

Somebody Stop Us, Please! TEN THOUSAND PLACES - February 27, 2014 ... have to work that hard or we'll all starve to death, etc., etc. You know, somehow the Jews have managed to keep the Sabbath holy all these millennia, and haven't starved to death doing so. Why, in our world of technological mastery, industrial food production, and unparalleled (truly) generalized wealth and luxury (at least in North America) we are unable to ever stop for a single hour let alone one day a week has more to do with spiritual pathology than economic necessity. As the line goes, ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2014/02/somebody-stop-us-please.html

Love Know Live PRINTS OF GRACE - February 20, 2014 If we treat love as a verb and a decision then we tend to view it a bit differently from the way we would the noun, especially when surrounded by a slew of heart-shaped candies, mushy cards, and suggestions for romantic overtures around Valentine's Day. Real love requires sacrifice, selflessness, and a commitment to the overall wellbeing of another. It's not always neat, pretty, or easy to love others. Christ showed us that during His Passion and death. "Real love leaves ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2014/02/love-know-live.html

Temptation Isn't a Gift From God. ABBEY-ROADS - February 18, 2014 ... rival, who seems restrained and therefore defeated by Jacob, instead of bowing to the Patriarch's request, asks his name. ... In the Biblical mentality, knowing someone's name entails a type of power because it contains the person's deepest reality, revealing their secret and their destiny. ... This is why, when Jacob reveals his name, he is putting himself in his opponent's hands. It is a form of surrender, a complete giving over of himself to the other". Paradoxically, however, "in this ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2014/02/temptation-isnt-gift-from-god.html

Contemplation's Place in Prayer CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - February 9, 2014 It is said that "we pray as we live and we live as we pray." Vocal prayer uses words, meditative prayer thought, and contemplative prayer, love. A seminary professor of spirituality, writing in the Kyeongyang magazine, discusses how contemplative prayer is to be understood by Catholics. It is particularly important today, he believes, that we call on our traditional prayer resources to ask for divine ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2014/02/contemplations-place-in-prayer.html

WDTPRS – 5th Ordinary Sunday – On the March! FR. Z'S BLOG - February 8, 2014 ... Lewis & Short Dictionary provides examples from Caesar and Livy describing soldiers leaning on their spears and shields (e.g., scutis innixi … "leaning upon their shields" cf. Caesar, De bello Gallico 2.27). Munio is a similarly military term for walling up something up, putting in a state of defense, fortifying so as to guard. Are you sensing a theme? We need a closer look. We must make a distinction about pietas when applied to us and when applied to God. When pietas is attributed ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/EmF-3btEllc/

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