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Am I Officially a Mass Snob? JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - January 22, 2017 I went to confession for the first time in 5 weeks and attended Mass for the first time in 2 months (exactly!) yesterday evening. It was glorious... but, before I get to the "juicy" part, I wanted to share something else. When we went to confession (prior to Mass), I just wanted to stay close to the statue and icons of Mama Mary. I can't explain it; I just felt like I wanted to be close to that little area of the church. In a way, I knew ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2017/01/am-i-officially-mass-snob.html

Organizing Our Reading for This Winter and Spring! LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 19, 2017 ... the Easter season. Then we start To The Field of Stars . This timeline works out well for Fr. Roderick's pilgrimage (and he'll be podcasting the whole journey), as he's planning to embark during the Easter season. This is the option I was leaning towards as well. Each chapter is about 10-12 pages. For a book we're looking to take our time with and really glean lots of useful information out of, I think that's an ideal pace. As well, when I'm ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2017/01/organizing-our-reading-for-this-winter.html

Live Today Well, an Introduction... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - January 18, 2017 Yay, I'm here! Yesterday decidedly did NOT go as planned, and my blogging time slipped through my fingers like so many grains of sand. Today was better, though still a bit crazy, and that will be the reason that this post will go out much later than usual. Alas. Today though I wanted to talk about our plans for Live Today Well: St. Francis de Sales's Simple Approach to Holiness . We had talked about making this an Ordinary Time project, and ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2017/01/live-today-well-introduction.html

In Conversation With God Volume 1 Part 2 Christmas and Epiphany - Francis Fernandez BOOK REVIEWS AND MORE - January 15, 2017 ... to special feats, specific feats, novenas, Saints, and holy days that fall on specific calendar days. There are a few features I love about the eBook versions that I want to highlight. First as a reader you can highlight and make notes easily in the digital editions. You can also pick colors and change your highlighting from year to year. But the best feature of the Kindle version is you can export your highlights and notes and start fresh. I also like having all the volumes ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BookReviewsAndMore/~3/JhQesYfoj3A/in-conversation-with-god-volume-1-part-2.html

Six Years On, the UK Ordinariate Continues to "Go Forward in Faith" (Comment) CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 15, 2017 It's been six years. I remember sitting in a guest house at EWTN in Alabama—where I was working on a new history-and-traditions series at the time—and watching, via my computer, a great event unfolding in my native city of London. And I thought: "This is history…but because I know the Cathedral so well it looks just, somehow, ordinary!" And somehow "ordinary" was exactly the right words because—forgive the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2017/01/six-years-on-uk-ordinariate-continues.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 ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/01/ordinary-time-is-anything-but-ordinary.html

Death by Dullness: Prioritizing Speech Over Silence and Song NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 9, 2017 A friend and I were talking recently about the difference between sight in the liturgy and sound. If a liturgy looks silly, as it invariably does when the priest is facing the people but addressing God, one can always close one's eyes and retreat into the interior castle (or at least make the attempt). But if there is endless blather and/or loud muzak, one cannot close one's ears — and it would be rude to plug them with one's fingers or reach for the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/wEyf4-mzskI/death-by-dullness-prioritizing-speech.html

Monday Diary: Almost Excruciatingly True Stories: It Ain't Over Until It's Over! ADAM'S ALE - January 8, 2017 ... Sunday afternoon than on Monday afternoon. So perhaps I cheated. A little. I had some friends over on Sunday who helped me disassemble some of the rectory. Evidence of this can be seen by the trail of the Christmas tree tinsel from my office to the trash enclosure. Even Sebastian tried to snitch on me. I think it is awesome to color inside the lines with the liturgical calendar. There is something magical about coming in for the First Sunday of Advent and seeing a parish church different from ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2017/01/monday-diary-almost-excruciatingly-true_8.html

The Only Secret Worth Knowing: The Secret of Mary. ABBEY ROADS - January 5, 2017 ... those who speculated that the close of the Jubilee Year of Mercy presaged the 'time of justice', they should be encouraged by the Fatima Jubilee. That said, some diocese have designated a 'Holy Year' to observe the centenary, others may not have - not to worry, one can fulfill the requirements to obtain the indulgence on their own. Go here for that information: Three ways to obtain the Fatima Jubilee Indulgence . I think it would be a good time to repeat the ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2017/01/the-only-secret-worth-knowing-secret-of.html

FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT - Cycle a . The Owner Must Watch. GLORIA OLIVAE - November 29, 2016 1. Advent is a continuation of Christ the King. From Advent to the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Holy Mother the Church, through Scriptures and the Fathers of the Church, had been teaching us the entire lesson on 'how to attain everlasting life.' The Sunday Masses give us a complete and clear idea on how to go about it. Of course, the daily Mass gives us a more complete knowledge of Catholic Doctrines but few go to daily Mass these days. The three cycles, A, ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_11_01_archive.html#6442575100844167753

Walk in the Light YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - November 27, 2016 ... Life brings us to the mountain of the Lord as the highest of the mountains of life. We begin to climb this mountain by going to the stable of Christ's birth. We do it by our prayer. We do it by our willingness to find in the little things of life chances to love and chances to make the ordinary extraordinary by connecting the little and the ordinary to what is most special about life. Our walk in the path of the Lord begins with our realization that he is ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/11/walk-in-light.html

"For You Do Not Know on Which Day Your Lord Will Come" Καθολικός διάκονος - November 26, 2016 ... of the three-year lectionary cycle: "But of that day and hour no one knows, neither the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone" ( Matt 24:36 ). At least the first half of Advent, as our readings for this Sunday amply demonstrate, has an undeniably penitential tone and tenor. I note this because these days, among the relatively few Roman Catholics in the United States who observe Advent, not only is the penitential aspect of the season overlooked, it is often denied. In addition to ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/11/for-you-do-not-know-on-which-day-your.html

Heavenly Outlook TEA AT TRIANON - November 25, 2016 ... of reality. The Catholic philosopher and physicist Wolfgang Smith described it well: We are told that [the physical universe] consists of space, time and matter, or of space-time and energy, or perhaps of something else still more abstruse and even less imaginable; but in any case we are told in unequivocal terms what it excludes: as all of us have learnt, the physical universe is said to exclude just about everything which from the ordinary ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2016/11/heavenly-outlook.html

Requiem Mass? Jack Be Nimble, Jack Be Quick, in a Couple Hours We Need 6 Candlesticks... DOMINICAN IDAHO - November 25, 2016 The Requiem Mass in the Extraordinary Form requires a few different things that the funeral Mass in the Ordinary Form. Thinks like black vestments and a black pall, a catafalque, and six candle stands that surround the catafalque are items beyond what is used in any other Mass in the Extraordinary Form, and even a priest who offers it occasionally is less likely to have these things. So when a member of our chapter decided to honor her mother with a ...http://domid.blogspot.com/2016/11/requiem-mass-jack-be-nimble-jack-be.html

Stand Before the Son of Man YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - November 25, 2016 Saturday of the Thirty-Fourth Week in Ordinary Time The night will be no more, nor will they need light from a lamp or the sun, for the Lord God shall give them light, and they shall reign forever and ever. And he said to me, "These words are trustworthy and true, and the Lord, the God of prophetic spirits, sent his angel to show his servants what must happen soon." "Behold, I am coming soon." Blessed is the one who keeps the prophetic message of this ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/11/stand-before-son-of-man.html

CMAA Sacred Music Workshop, Winter 2017 - Early Registration Extended NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - November 23, 2016 ... advantage of Early rates and plan to join them in January for a fantastic week to start the new year! Sing Gregorian chant and Sacred Polyphony with the two directors, Scott Turkington and Nick Botkins . Enjoy liturgies in the beautiful Cathedral of St. Paul in Birmingham, Alabama (January 2-6, 2017), including: Wednesday Memorial Mass - St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (with music by Bruce Ludwick's cathedral choir), Ordinary Form Thursday Memorial Mass - St. John ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/t-Nse2H5hEw/cmaa-sacred-music-workshop-winter-2017.html

Lord, Please Let Me See YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - November 13, 2016 Monday of the Thirty-Third Week in Ordinary Time The one who holds the seven stars in his right hand and walks in the midst of the seven gold lampstands says this: "I know your works, your labor, and your endurance, and that you cannot tolerate the wicked; you have tested those who call themselves Apostles but are not, and discovered that they are impostors. Moreover, you have endurance and have suffered for my name, and you have not grown weary. Yet I ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/11/lord-please-let-me-see.html

YELPing Ourselves the Center of the Universe FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - November 6, 2016 Hi everyone, here's my homily for the 32 nd SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME - November 6, 2016. The readings for today can be found at: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/110616.cfm. Thanks as always for reading, sharing this blog on facebook, twitter and reddit - and for all your comments and feedback. Have a great week. God Bless- Fr Jim HOMILY Last week I got one of the most random emails I've received in some time. It was from Yelp! - the app ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2016/11/yelping-ourselves-center-of-universe.html

Reflection for the 31st Week in Ordinary Time, Part 1 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - October 30, 2016 http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2016/10/reflection-for-31st-week-in-ordinary.html

Homily for the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, November 6, 2016, Year C BIG C CATHOLICS - October 30, 2016 ... blown away at death. It is really absurd to hold to the position that all of the goodness, love, and pursuit of justice that we have in our hearts and souls and have shared with others is only good for the few short years we live here on earth and then simply disappears into nothingness at death. That truly is absurd. And what is equally absurd is the Sadducees question about who has ownership and control of the woman in the next life. Do you hear what the Sadducees real question is? It's the ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/10/homily-for-32nd-sunday-in-ordinary-time.html

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