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Transfiguration VIEW FROM THE AMBO - August 10, 2017 ... celebrated on August 6th. There is some debate around the date itself. Some suggest that it was in mid-late September due to the mention of "Booths" and the connection to the Jewish Feast of Sukkot. Others suggest that it was the early spring before Jesus' death and resurrection as He used it to prepare the three apostles for the cross. No matter, because what we celebrate is not when the Transfiguration happened, but THAT it ...http://frtodd.blogspot.com/2017/08/transfiguration.html

August 6 Homily Prep THE MATADOR WORD - August 5, 2017 ... the great Feast of the Transfiguration as a Sunday Celebration. This interaction between the divine Jesus and His disciples has long stood as a call to all believers to be transformed, to allow the inner reality of our faith life to change the external realities of our lives. This call to transformation and expression of our divine life is at the heart of our Parish Vision 20/20, +ONE: Holy, Kind, and Giving! The parish pastoral council has identified four goals to help us accomplish Vision ...http://thematadorword.blogspot.com/2017/08/august-6-homily-prep.html

On the Bishop's Sung Mass and the Recent PCED Decree NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 3, 2017 We recently published notice of a clarification issued by the Pontifical Commission Ecclesia Dei , to the effect that the so-called Pontifical Sung Mass, i.e., Mass sung by a bishop without the full ceremonies of the Pontifical Solemn Mass, and without assistant priest, deacon and subdeacon, does not exist according to the liturgical books of the Extraordinary Form currently in use. This was met with some negative reactions in the Disqus combox and on our Facebook page , and ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/EBaIgUBDjEo/on-bishops-sung-mass-and-recent-pced.html

Year-Numbering Systems MESSIANIC MYSTERIES OF THE BIBLE - July 29, 2017 ... context, it means "in the (given year) since the beginning of the Christian era." My son was born in the 1,990 th year since the beginning of the Christian era. The Creation: Tishri 1, 3761 BC is the traditional date of the Creation of Adam and Eve. The Jewish calendar is reckoned from the Creation. Tishri 1 is the first day of the Jewish year. Most often, Tishri 1 falls in late September or early October on our modern, Gregorian calendar. Hence Tishri 1 can be equated with ...http://messianicmystery.blogspot.com/2014/12/year-numbering-systems.html

Hoosiers, Start Your Engines – In Indy, a Green Flag... And the Checkered One WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - June 12, 2017 ... celebrate Saints Peter and Paul alongside the Pope and receive the pallium with which he'll be invested after his installation: alongside tomorrow's pick and his now-predecessor, Archbishop Paul Etienne of Anchorage is an Indy native with a local fanbase as big as his family's two-century roots in the diocese run deep... ...and if only the Alaska file came up a couple weeks later than it did last September... er, complete the sentence. Alas, such is the budget ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2017/06/hoosiers-start-your-engines-in-indy.html

EP Accepts Invitation to Celebrate... The Reformation? BYZANTINE, TEXAS - May 26, 2017 ( OrthoChristian ) - During his visit to the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Constantinople in September 2016, Heinrich Bedford-Strom, Chairman of the Council of German Evangelical Churches, told His All-Holiness that "it would be a special honor" if the patriarch would attend the celebrations for the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in Wittenberg and Tübingen this month. Having accepted the invitation, Patriarch Bartholomew will head to Germany next ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/05/ep-accepts-invitation-to-celebrate.html

What Is the Common Element Here?? DAD29 - May 25, 2017 Courtesy of Badger Catholic we are reminded of three Catholic feast days: August 6, The Transfiguration of Christ, was extended to the Universal Church by Pope Calixtus III to celebrate legendary Hungarian general János Hunyadi's victory over the Turks at Belgrade in 1456. This feast has great significance for Orthodox and Eastern Rite Catholic churches. September 12, the Holy Name of Mary, celebrates the victory of John Sobieski and ...http://dad29.blogspot.com/2017/05/what-is-common-element-here.html