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Divine Union, Reparation & Eternal Salvation GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - July 17, 2014 What Prince of Peace outfits you in a majestic bridal gown representing the restoration of His Catholic Church and then makes it a point prior to your soul's wedding to Him to walk right past you in church while bound, beaten, so badly mistreated, and crowned with thorns, His Sacred Body shredded from being scourged at a pillar? What sacrificial King unifies Himself to you through a love that is so strong that it binds you to Him forever and ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2014/07/divine-union-reparation-eternal.html

Adoration, Reparation, Devotion, Quadlocation, and Transformation GOD IS AT WORK IN YOU! - July 13, 2014 WHAT A WEDDING, AND YOU'RE INVITED! Attend a majestic wedding in a church on Calvary in an orchard, and be outfitted in an exquisite white gown, then bound and led by ropes up a fishing pier. Be attended by a multitude of very loving children who carry white pillows on which rest a crown of thorns and three nails. See the monstrance sword at the altar on the wedding kneeler waiting for you as you wed your soul to Christ, take on His likeness throughout the Holy Sacrifice of ...http://godisatworkinyou.blogspot.com/2014/07/adoration-reparation-devotion_13.html

St. James - Searcy SNUP'S VIEW FROM THE BACK PEW - June 23, 2014 Hey All! No I haven't quit going to Mass. The week before I was in St. Louis and last week, I went to my territorial parish. Guess what? This weekend was the Feast of Corpus Christi. According to one parish bulletin I read, there are big processions and celebrations in other countries (like St. Louis) for the feast. After much searching, I did manage to find a Corpus Christi procession at St. James in Searcy, AR. It's about an hour ...http://viewfrombackpew.blogspot.com/2014/06/st-james-searcy.html

We Are What We Eat - A Reflection on the Eucharist. REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - June 22, 2014 Depending on which country you are living in, you would have either celebrated the Feast of Corpus Christi either on Thursday or yesterday. Once a year, the Church would put the Eucharist literally on grand display in large processions in some countries, demonstrating the faith that we all share as members of the Catholic church our deep (and multivalent) faith that the God we worship comes to us in the form of humble bread (and wine). Why do I say multivalent? Is not ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2014/06/we-are-what-we-eat-reflection-on.html

Satanic Sermons THE FIFTH COLUMN - June 8, 2014 ... Pentecost sermon. It beautifully illustrates my point. Keep in mind that the parish pastor celebrated the Mass, while the parochial vicar delivered the sermon, so the pastor knew and approved of the sermon ahead of time. So, because today was the birthday of the Church, being Pentecost, the solemn liturgical celebration of the descent of the Holy Spirit, the giving of the gift of tongues to the apostles and the other disciples, the conversion of 3000 to Christ, a day of joy, ...http://skellmeyer.blogspot.com/2014/06/satanic-sermons.html

Augustine: Teaching the English to Sing FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - May 27, 2014 ... England, the procession and Gregorian or Old Rite Mass commemorates his landing. It was lovely to commemorate St Augustines arrival in this way. Having landed Augustine raised the icon of raised the icon of Christ, Salvator Mundi and processed to Durovernum, Æthelberht's capital to found a monastery. Durovernum because of the monkish singing became known as Canterbury, and actually giving its name to the whole county (Kent -Cant -"chant"). The Pope was lavish in his gifts ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2014/05/augustines-conversion-of-england.html

The Lumen Christi Simple Gradual - From Adam Bartlett NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 27, 2014 This is a wonderful new resource for the Mass in the vernacular...and perhaps the EF too? Adam Bartlett is the composer who created the Simple English Propers that have been featured on this site regularly and I am an enthusiast of his past work. I was pleased to learn, therefore, that he had produced a new set of chant propers and to receive a copy of the new Lumen Christi Simple Gradual recently. It comes attractively bound with one version for choir and one for ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/9e0IAVUKKWQ/the-lumen-christi-simple-gradual-from.html

Buliding Work Continues MARY AND JOSEPH'S GEM - May 26, 2014 ... with scaffolding Even with the building work going on the life of the parish has to continue as best we can under the circumstances. For baptisms a temporary font has be arranged outside the sanctuary area. It is still possible to celebrate Mass at the High Altar but you have to be careful in swinging the thurible around the scaffolding poles.  The improvised font for baptisms Maybe the time has come to invest in a different style of ...http://mariesgem.blogspot.com/2014/05/buliding-work-continues.html

Latin Holidays With the Familia S. Hieronymi NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 21, 2014 ... some phrases, and eventually whole sentences (if not yet whole paragraphs) began coming together in my mind. My bookish grammar (which helps, though it is not crucial for a good experience) began to come to life in spoken Latin. The Cenaculum does not present grammar classes as such. There are no lectures on, say, the use of the supine with verbs of motion or, for that matter, drills on the second declension neuter. Instead Living Latin is experienced in three ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Jqbk7VlbmAc/latin-holidays-with-familia-s-hieronymi.html

Carrying Our Sufferings With Class That Is Christian in Character REFLECTIONS AND RUMINATIONS - May 11, 2014 ... theories, reference points and principles that will help all of us who suffer in one way or another. It is not an anti-dote to suffering, and is not meant to be. But it may well help the suffering one to do this with what a dear friend calls "dignity and class". 1. Our faith gives us good reason to hope What is the main essence (or mystery) of faith? We say it every time we celebrate Mass – We proclaim your death, O ...http://frlukefong.blogspot.com/2014/05/carrying-our-sufferings-with-class-that.html

Photos From the Tre Ore Service at Assumption Grotto, Good Friday, 2014 TE DEUM LAUDAMUS! - April 23, 2014 http://te-deum.blogspot.com/2014/04/photos-from-tre-ore-service-at.html

Big Days Ahead in Rome: Here Comes Everybody SERVANT AND STEWARD - April 23, 2014 ... that being Catholic means "here comes everybody," a phrase which certainly applies well to the coming days in the Eternal City as pilgrims are now arriving in droves from every part of the world in attempt to witness something of the canonization Blessed Popes John XXIII and John Paul II. The city of Rome is home to some 2.5 million people, no small number for a city that is 2,767 years old. Officials with the city of Rome are expecting an additional 1 million ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/AUl0z7xQT9A/big-days-ahead-in-rome-here-comes.html

Crowded Streets, Churches Attest That Holy Week and Easter Have Never Been More Alive in This El Salvador City CNS BLOG - April 18, 2014 SOYAPANGO, El Salvador — The Easter Bunny doesn't live here. There are no egg hunts, no large bags of candy for sale or Easter baskets or bonnets in these crowded streets. But there are crowded churches and the advent of Easter has never been more alive. Crowd gathers on Good Friday in Soyapango, El Salvador. (CNS photo/Rhina Guidos) In El Salvador, which means "The Savior" in Spanish, and which is named after Christ, Holy Week leading up to the ...http://cnsblog.wordpress.com/2014/04/18/crowded-streets-churches-attest-that-holy-week-and-easter-have-never-been-more-alive-in-this-el-salvador-city/

The Easter Triduum: Entering Into the Paschal Mystery INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - April 17, 2014 ... its powerful energy our old time, until all is subjected to him" (CCC 1169). During these three days of contemplation and anticipation the liturgies emphasize the sacrificial death of Christ on the Cross, and the sacraments of baptism and the Eucharist, by which the faithful enter into the life-giving Passion of Christ and grow in hope of eternal life in Him. Holy Thursday The Lord's Supper The Triduum begins with the evening Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday, ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2014/04/the-easter-triduum-entering-into-the-paschal-mystery-1.html

Hearing the Sound of Our Faith ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO BLOG - April 16, 2014 ... music at Mass in a number of churches in Rome and throughout Italy, including the main altar of St. Peter's Basilica. Other performances of note were at the Chapel of St. Catherine inside the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi, accompanying the liturgy inside St. Mark's in Venice and singing in the Basilica of St. Lorenzo in Florence and in St. Mark's Basilica in Venice. The choir prepares to sing outside the Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi in Assisi. The ...http://archdioceseoftoronto.blogspot.com/2014/04/hearing-sound-of-our-faith.html

A Roman Pilgrim at the Station Churches - Part 9 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 4, 2014 ... Outside-the-Walls The ancient church of St Paul Outside-the-Walls was almost destroyed by fire in 1823, reconstructed over the following decades under the auspices of Pope Leo XII (1823-29), Pius VIII (1829-30), Gregory XVI (1831-46) and Blessed Pius IX (1846-78). The latter dedicated the rebuilt church on December 10, 1854, two days after making the formal dogmatic proclamation of the Immaculate Conception, with almost all of the same members of the ecclesiastical hierarchy ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/jIrxJNCcPS8/a-roman-pilgrim-at-station-churches_4.html

On How Today's Gospel Reading Echoed Through My Day... A WOMAN'S PLACE... - March 30, 2014 All day long the homily from today's Mass kept popping into my head. Our priest talked about the Gospel reading, which told the story of the man who was born blind. When Jesus was asked who sinned, this man or his parents, he told them that neither had, that this man was born blind to show the glory of God. He went on to speak about how in life people are born blind, both literally and spiritually, to demonstrate God's glory in our lives. And of course, my ...http://awomansplaceis.blogspot.com/2014/03/on-how-todays-gospel-reading-echoed.html