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Tradition: A Guide for Better Living CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 29, 2016 ... as legitimate authorities—has made a great many people losers in more comprehensive ways. Everyday experience, and even statistics, show that more and more people have lost their families, their religion, a stable livelihood, and a settled place in society. Such tendencies have their defenders, since fewer ties and loyalties make people freer and more autonomous—how, for example, can women be equal if they have family ties? And they have the implicit support of people who run ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/6JTmycke3II/tradition-a-guide-for-better-living

Spiritual Setbacks During Easter Season, & Holy Spirit Moments... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - April 26, 2016 ... somehow. And it just...happens, you know? There isn't just one reason, it's not that I'm a weak person, it just happens sometimes. All of a sudden, ordinary things seem to be more of a struggle, and it gets me down. I always climb up out of it, but for a day or two, all I want to do is sit around and feel sorry for myself while eating Cookies 'n Cream ice cream. It happens. So this weekend I was feeling a bit fragile. On Saturday I forgot not only to pray my rosary but to pray ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/04/spiritual-setbacks-during-easter-season.html

In Praise of Irregularity NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 4, 2016 ... mysteries, seasons, or feasts by, on the one hand, startling them out of rote habit, and, on the other hand, building up over the years subliminal associations that reinforce the particular graces besought by the Church at that time. Three of my favorite distinctive marks take place in Masses around and after Easter. First, there is the use of the Gradual Haec dies during the entire Octave, albeit with changing verses for each day.[1] The constant refrain in the Mass (and in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/A6gW4cki68g/in-praise-of-irregularity.html

A Blessed & Contemplative Easter, and Reflections on the Impact Mother Angelica Had on My Faith Life... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - March 28, 2016 ... Why, you reasonably ask? Well, I'm *making* time, because I have a lot on my heart this morning, and when that happens, I simply HAVE to write about it. I'll start back with the Triduum and work my way forward in time, if that's OK. Grab your tea. :) I was able to attend all of the Triduum liturgies at my parish, and it was SUBLIME. I was mostly solo this year, aside from the Good Friday service which Anne attended with me, ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/03/a-blessed-contemplative-easter-and.html

Pondering Tidbits of Truth - March 24, 2016 HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - March 24, 2016 Pondering Tidbits of Truth is my simple and inadequate way of providing nuggets of spiritual wisdom for you to chew on from time to time. St. Catherine of Siena "How great is the stupidity of those who make themselves weak in spite of my strengthening, and put themselves into the devil's hands! I want you to know, then, that at the moment of death, because they have put themselves during life under the devil's rule (not by force, because they cannot be ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/03/pondering-tidbits-of-truth-march-24-2016.html

Intern Happenings (and Four Months in Review) MEDICAL MATINS - March 7, 2016 ... tiger-print), made some curtains, wrecked a car, bought another car, and survived (almost) to the end of the "dark time." This post starts silly, but concludes with big thoughts on how things are changing through my intern year. BEFORE When I visited the house where these tiger-print chairs were, it worked in her scheme. Some people can pull things off that I could never make work. So I reupholstered them with an on-sale green curtain fabric from JoAnn. ...http://medicalmatins.blogspot.com/2016/03/intern-happenings-and-four-months-in.html

3rd Sunday of Lent, Year C FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS & TALKS - February 27, 2016 ... random strangers, sometimes on a train station platform, or in a pub. Quite how I start my reply depends on the questioner, whether he is hostile or curious, whether he looks ready for a long conversation or just a one-liner. The answer, of course, is that I met God every day, and that I meet Him in many different forms. I meet Him in the love of neighbour, I meet Him in prayer, I meet Him in sacraments. I meet Him in unexpected acts of goodness I receive, that remind me that ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2016/02/3rd-sunday-of-lent-year-c.html

Why "The Notebook" Is the Only Movie That Ever Made Me Cry SEASONS OF GRACE - February 22, 2016 ... deconstruct scenes and then imagine them differently, watch for historical inaccuracies or exaggeration, admire the costuming. I try to remember the actors' names, and compare their acting in this film to their performance in previous films. With all of that going on in my head, I do not cry. Ever. Except once. My husband and I were visiting our son in Greenville, South Carolina. The menfolk had a project to complete—remodeling the bathroom, or painting the kitchen, something like ...http://kathyschiffer.com/books-film/why-the-notebook-is-the-only-movie-that-ever-made-me-cry/

Bootcamp III Evening Prayer and Lent Offices COFFEE AND CANTICLES - February 10, 2016 Now that I fixed the sadly truncated Bootcamp II post (half of which was missing) it's time for Bootcamp III. Evening Prayer. Basically, if you know how to do Morning Prayer, Evening prayer goest the exact same way. No invitatory psalm, of course. Just begin "O God, Come to my assistance/Lord,, make haste to help me. Glory be...etc." Evening Prayer follows the exact same format as Morning Prayer. The gospel canticle is the Magnificat. And during the evening intercessions, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/U-4_BQlpGBg/bootcamp-iii-evening-prayer-and-lent.html

Sorry! Re-Posting a Messed-Up Post: Bootcamp II COFFEE AND CANTICLES - February 10, 2016 Somehow, when I posted this two days ago, the first half of the text did not show up. Forgive me for not going to the blog to proofread my work. This will be a really boring post for anyone who is not actually trying to learn the Divine Office. But if you are trying to learn it,why, you'll be edified, instructed, and even entertained. So give it a try. In the previous section I suggested that rank beginners would do well to start with a week or two of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/AeiwzyvTbJE/sorry-re-posting-messed-up-post.html

Reflections for the 5th Week in Ordinary Time and the Week of Ash Wednesday, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - February 7, 2016 ... was the shekinah, the same cloud that had led the Israelites out of Egypt, the same cloud that settled on the meeting tent Moses had built in the desert, the same cloud that both concealed and revealed God's presence so long ago. Now Solomon called out, "The Lord intends to dwell in the dark cloud; I have truly built You a princely house, a dwelling where You may abide forever." But Solomon missed the point. Yes, God was present in the cloud. Yes, God would dwell in the Temple. Yes, God would ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/02/reflections-for-5th-week-in-ordinary.html

Candlemas FR. KENNETH ALLEN - February 3, 2016 ... Press has a handy liturgical guide of their preparations for the Blessing of Candles, Procession, and a Low Mass. Surprisingly, things went fairly well. I only found myself wondering why we've never done this at the Ordinary Form Mass, which also celebrates Candlemas on that day, with a fairly elaborate rite in the Missal. In the Extraordinary Form Mass, we processed in from the side, said the prayers of blessing at the Epistle Side, with the sprinting and incensations. The ...http://www.fatherallen.net/2016/02/03/candlemas-2/

Sexagesima Sunday FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - January 30, 2016 Scott Richert discusses the significance . To quote: Sexagesima Sunday is the second Sunday before the start of Lent, which makes it the eighth Sunday before Easter . Traditionally, it was the second of three Sundays ( Septuagesima is the first and Quinquagesima is the third) of preparation for Lent. Sexagesima literally means "sixtieth," though it only falls 56 days before Easter. It most likely takes its name from Quinquagesima Sunday , which is 49 days before Easter, or ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2015/02/sexagesima-sunday.html

Great Expectations SPIRITUAL DEVOTIONAL - January 30, 2016 ... Elijah's time, when the sky was shut for three and a half years and there was a severe famine throughout the land. Yet Elijah was not sent to any of them, but to a widow in Zarephath in the region of Sidon. And there were many in Israel with leprosy in the time of Elisha the prophet, yet not one of them was cleansed -- only Naaman the Syrian'. All the people in the synagogue were furious when they heard this. They got up, ...http://spiritualdevotional.blogspot.com/2016/01/great-expectations.html

Friday Potpourri: Did You Get Under the Fingernails? ADAM'S ALE - January 29, 2016 ... start with a yawn. I I like incense. If I didn't like making the distinction between big celebrations and "ordinary time" celebrations so much (since we no longer have high Mass and low Mass) I'd use it all the time (which may certainly be done.) On St. Sebastian Day, after an entire Christmas season of using incense, a man at the back of the church said, "I'm glad we are going to be done with THAT for awhile!" I understand. I ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2016/01/friday-potpourri-did-you-get-under.html

A Weekend That Made Me Reflect on Weekends, & A Brief Note About the Blogging Schedule... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 26, 2016 ... bits, and I wanted to let you know. Still plan on 3 posts per week, one of which will be Tea Time with Tiffany. But I usually post on Mondays, and this semester I'm just not going to be able to do that. Mondays are...*shudder* We'll just say that there is no blogging time and leave it at that. :) So I'll definitely post on Tuesday and Thursday, and then also on either Wednesday or Friday, depending on which of those works out better in a given week. I just ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2016/01/a-weekend-that-made-me-reflect-on.html

2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS & TALKS - January 16, 2016 ... this event He is "manifest in power divine, changing water into wine". The point very simply is this: in His appearing has has revealed Himself to be a God of power, a God who DOES things. The miracle at Cana, the start of His "public life" (as we call it), manifested what would be a pattern throughout His public life: He worked miracles, God's power was displayed. He gave sight to the blind, health to the crippled, He opened the ears of the deaf, He raised ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2016/01/2nd-sunday-in-ordinary-time-year-c.html

Come to Call YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - January 16, 2016 Saturday of the First Week in Ordinary Time Then, from a flask he had with him, Samuel poured oil on Saul's head; he also kissed him, saying: "The LORD anoints you commander over his heritage. You are to govern the LORD's people Israel, and to save them from the grasp of their enemies roundabout. "This will be the sign for you that the LORD has anointed you commander over his heritage." 1 Samuel 10:1 "Why does he eat with tax collectors ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/01/come-to-call.html

Lenten Reading: Two New Books to Consider HAPPY CATHOLIC* - January 15, 2016 Lent begins early this year — February 10. We might as well begin thinking about what to read. These two are a good start. Between Midnight and Dawn: A Literary Guide to Prayer for Lent, Holy Week, and Eastertide by Sarah Arthur Between Midnight and Dawn uses your imagination to draw you deeper into God's presence. Join poets and novelists from across the centuries as you travel through the liturgical seasons of Lent, Holy Week, and Eastertide. This collection of ...http://happycatholic.blogspot.com/2016/01/lenten-reading-two-new-books-to-consider.html

You Called Me YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - January 12, 2016 Wednesday of the First Week in Ordinary Time The LORD called Samuel again, for the third time. Getting up and going to Eli, he said, "Here I am. You called me." Then Eli understood that the LORD was calling the youth. So Eli said to Samuel, "Go to sleep, and if you are called, reply, 'Speak, LORD, for your servant is listening.'" 1 Samuel 3:8-9 Simon and those who were with him pursued him and on finding him said, "Everyone is looking for ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/01/you-called-me.html

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