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WDTPRS: 5th Sunday After Pentecost – In Redeeming Us, God Does Not Unmake Us. FR. Z'S BLOG - July 13, 2014 Today's prayer is at least as old as the Gelasian Sacramentary. It has survived the post-Conciliar revisions to live again on the 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time. The version in the Novus Ordo , however, adds a comma after ut . COLLECT – (1962 Missale Romanum ): Deus, qui diligentibus te bona invisibilia praeparasti, infunde cordibus nostris tui amoris affectum; ut te in omnibus et super omnia diligentes, promissiones tuas, quae omne desiderium superant, consequamur. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/jCCK4qI2C2o/

Tuesday of the 14th Week of Ordinary Time JOE CATHOLIC - July 8, 2014 ... Prayer for the Missions is the first way of fulfilling this duty" ( Angelus Address, 23 October 1977 ). So urce: The Navarre Bible: Text and Commentaries . Biblical text from the Revised Standard Version and New Vulgate. Commentaries by members of the Faculty of Theology, University of Navarre, Spain. Published by Four Courts Press, Kill Lane, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland, and by Scepter Publishers in the United States. We encourage readers to purchase The Navarre Bible for ...http://www.thejoecatholic.org/2014/07/tuesday-of-14th-week-of-ordinary-time.html

Solemnity of the Body & Blood of Christ LIVING SCRIPTURE - June 21, 2014 ... Thomas Aquinas, Church Doctor The Eucharist is the Sacrament of Sacraments, the very centre of the seven Sacraments because it is the sacrament that makes Christ present in person. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ E-mail: srmterzo@gmail.com – Blog: livingscripture.wordpress.com San Biagio House of Prayer www.sanbiagio.org info@sanbiagio.org Emanuela ...http://livingscripture.wordpress.com/2014/06/22/solemnity-of-the-body-blood-of-christ/

WDTPRS: Pentecost Tuesday – The Protection of Our Hearts FR. Z'S BLOG - June 10, 2014 ... Today. The Roman Station today is at St. Anastasia. Thus, this is an ancient Roman oration. That verb adsum means "to be present". When ordinands are called by name… the technically precise moment of a man's "vocation" or "calling"… he responds " Adsum … I am present". The form here is in the subjunctive, and it functions as a mild imperative. Along the way it looks as if we have a characteristic result clause, which needs the subjunctive as well. Note the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/AHDk3ne9PeY/

Glory CREO EN DIOS! - June 5, 2014 Today's Gospel from John is the end of Jesus' Priestly Prayer that concludes the Last Supper. As I was reading this morning's passage, and thinking back to the Gospels for the last two days (the two earlier segments of Jesus' prayer), I was struck by how many times Jesus uses the word "glory." Today, Jesus speaks to his Father of "the glory you gave me." I think "glory" is a word we misunderstand. The dictionary defines glory (when used as a noun) as ...http://susanjoan.wordpress.com/2014/06/05/glory/

WDTPRS: 2nd Sunday After Easter (1962MR): Devastation and Rising FR. Z'S BLOG - May 4, 2014 ... Gelasian Sacramentary on the Sunday after the Octave of Easter, which is today's Sunday: Deus, qui in filii tui humilitatem iacentem mundum erexisti, laetitiam concede ;, ut quos perpetuae ; eripuisti casibus, gaudiis facias sempiternis perfruere . So, not many changes. (The words in ; were illegible or missing in the manuscripts, and were supplied by Leo Cunibert Mohlberg, editor of the critical edition of the Gelasian. ) The infinitive of perfruor , deponent, is really perfrui. However ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/9DnTqKyNP_s/

WDTPRS "Low" Sunday, "Mercy" Sunday, "Quasimodo" Sunday, Sunday "In Albis" FR. Z'S BLOG - April 26, 2014 ... by the washing of regeneration ( lavacrum regenerationis )…". Abluo , "to wash off, wash away, cleanse, purify", is used by Cicero (d 43 BC) to describe a calming of the passions through a religious rite of washing away sin ( Tusc 4, 28, 60) and also by the poet philosopher Lucretius (d AD 55) to describe the removal of darkness by the bringing in of light ( De rerum natura 4, 378). Early Latin speaking Christians adapted and "baptized" existing religious vocabulary to express their ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/zs1l9xxOhRQ/

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