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Why the Communal Mass Should Be Sung NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 13, 2017 ... singing of the Ordinary Form of the Mass, but its main point pertains also to the desirability of sung Masses in the Extraordinary Form. As is well known to historians of the liturgy, the normal practice for the first thousand years of undivided Christianity was to sing the Mass (i.e., High Mass). This practice remained and still remains the norm for Byzantine Christians, both Catholic and Orthodox, who are required to sing the Divine Liturgy. The development of a recited or ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Y17ShuRHBEs/why-communal-mass-should-be-sung.html

Formula for Having Life A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY - March 5, 2017 In resisting the devil during his temptation, Jesus quoted Deuteronomy 8.3: "It is written: 'One does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes forth from the mouth of God.'" This is also today's Gospel acclamation. We are to hang on to every word Jesus says, then we'll not only live, but live forever with God.http://journeyofimperfectsaint.blogspot.com/2017/03/formula-for-having-life.html

Bishop Denis Nulty Launches 'Mass of the People' by Kildare Composer Padraig Meredith CLERICAL WHISPERS - March 3, 2017 ... February. Padraig Meredith is a composer from Newbridge, Co Kildare who specialises in liturgical music. His new setting of the Mass is entitled Mass of the People and it was performed for the first time on Sunday by Newbridge choir In Caelo under the baton of Cora Coffey, Musical Director. The Mass of the People includes new settings of the pieces sung/spoken at every Mass – the Kyrie, the Gloria, the Gospel ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/03/bishop-denis-nulty-launches-mass-of.html

Lent Is Upon Us.... Or Almost Upon Us... Which 40 Days Are We Talking About, Exactly? SCELATA - March 1, 2017 ... but I am more than usually annoyed with the Holy Types who sneer at those who do allow themselves a respite from what is VOLUNTARY PENANCE - you know, if someone is fulfilling his Sunday obligation, the daily communicant should not hold him in contempt? When it was explained to a woman I know once that the rubrics no longer called for a double genuflection during Exposition she shot back to the person who had so informed her, "FINE.... SPARE ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2017/03/lent-is-upon-us-or-almost-upon-us-which.html

Bishop Denis Nulty to Launch New Setting of the Mass by Kildare Composer Padraig Meredith CLERICAL WHISPERS - February 23, 2017 ... additional pieces by Padraig Meredith including the first performance of a new psalm entitled In God Alone and a new Communion hymn Our Blessing Cup which will be performed by soloist Teresa Lynch. Commenting on how he came to write the new Mass setting, composer Padraig Meredith said, "The Mass came about through my long association with 'In Caelo' choir and their Musical Director Cora Coffey. I have written many Church pieces, but I never had the kind of response from performers which I ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/02/bishop-denis-nulty-to-launch-new.html

On Thirty-One Years SERVANT AND STEWARD - February 21, 2017 The great J.R.R. Tolkien once penned these intriguing words to one of his sons: The link between father and son is not only of the perishable flesh: it must have something of aeternitas about it. There is a place called "heaven" where the good here unfinished is completed: and where stories unwritten, and the hopes unfulfilled, are continued. We may laugh together yet... (Letter to Michael Tolkien, 9 June 1941). Today being the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/CrRPxzNnMJQ/on-thirty-one-years.html

'Ordinary Time' Is Anything but Ordinary BIG C CATHOLICS - January 9, 2017 Father Lance Harlow The transition from the Christmas season to Ordinary Time is fraught with emotion for most of us. The unit of time employed for the liturgical season called "ordinary" doesn't mean "common" or "usual." The word is derived from the Latin word "ordinalis" which refers to sequential numbers — like the mathematical terms: ordinal and cardinal numbers. The Latin root is "ordo" which means order. One might say, then, ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/ordinary-time-is-anything-but-ordinary.html