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A Roman Pilgrim at the Station Churches - Part 12 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 12, 2014 ... Santo Stefano Rotondo This church has the peculiar name of "Round St. Stephen's" because it was the only round church built in Rome in antiquity. (The Pantheon is also round, and as a church was also known as "Round St. Mary's", but was not of course originally built as a church.) The building originally had three rings, but the outermost was removed in a 12th-century restoration. In the background on the left is one of a ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/8fXc3DzzOpE/a-roman-pilgrim-at-station-churches_12.html

Rejection of Tridentine Mass and Public School Prayer Go Hand-In-Hand CATHOLIC TRADITIONAL LOOKING FOR WIFE - April 10, 2014 ... to the calendar, it is basically the same Missal originally issued by Pope St. Pius V.) After watching the video, you can see the pathetic single mother rates, STDs, violent crime, and so forth. The Catholic Church started to go downhill in 1969, when the Novus Ordo Missae was published. Today, most baptized Catholics don't go to Mass, don't go to Confession, deny the Real Presence, abort, divorce, and contracept at more rapid paces than their non-Catholic ...http://catholiclookforwife.blogspot.com/2014/04/rejection-of-tridentine-mass-and-public.html

Pope to Salesians: Working for the Souls Helps Fight Spiritual Worldliness DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 31, 2014 The following comes from the NCR Canada: Pope Francis encouraged the Salesians in their work with young people, saying that religious vocations are the fruit of good pastoral youth ministry. "Sometimes vocations to consecrated life are confused with choosing to do volunteer work, and this distorted vision does no good" to congregations and religious orders, he told more than 250 religious taking part in the Salesians' general chapter in Rome Feb. 22-April 12. The full beauty ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/03/pope-to-salesians-working-for-souls.html

Salesians' New Leader Worked With Bergoglio in Argentina MISSIONARY PRIEST BLOGGER - March 31, 2014 ... Rome, Italy, Mar 29, 2014 Fr. Angel Fernandez Artime, a Spaniard who most recently served as provincial in southern Argentina, was elected rector major of the Salesians of St. John Bosco March 25. "I abandon myself to the Lord," Fr. Fernandez said upon his election. "We ask Don Bosco and Mary Help of Christians to accompany us and to accompany me, with my brother Salesians and with the Congregation, and I accept with faith." Fr. Fernandez was ...http://missionarypriest.blogspot.com/2014/03/salesians-new-leader-worked-with.html

The New Rector Major: Fr. Ángel Fernández Artime, SDB DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 25, 2014 ... election took place at 10.20 on the first ballot. The official announcement was welcomed with long and warm applause. Fr Ángel Fernández Artime, 53 years of age was born 21 August 1960 at Gozón-Luanco, Spain; he made his first profession on 3 September 1978, his perpetual profession on 17 June 1984 and was ordained priest on 4 July 1987. Originally from León Province, he has been Youth Ministry Delegate, ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-new-rector-major-fr-angel-fernandez.html

St. Louise De Marillac CATHOLIC FIRE - March 15, 2014 The saint of the day for March 15 is St. Louise de Marillac. Louise was born near Meaux, Auvergne, France, on August 12, 1591. Born out of wedlock, Louise never knew her mother, but was raised by her father, a member of the aristocracy. When her father married, Louise had a difficult time adjusting and was sent to be a resident student at a Dominican convent where her aunt was a religious. When Louise was ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/03/st-louise-de-marillac.html

"In Varietate Concordia", E Pluribus Unum" and "In Necessariis Unitas" FR. Z'S BLOG - March 14, 2014 ... slogan. But that is not the real point of this post. The phrase in varietate concordia, reminded me of the old chestnut sometimes attributed, incorrectly, to St. Augustine of Hippo: In necessariis unitas, in dubiis libertas, in omnibus caritas . I wrote about this phrase years ago, HERE . At that time, 2006, I pointed out that the phrase appeared in a 1959 encyclical of Pope John XXIII entitled Ad Petri cathedram . HERE . Then I pointed out that it seemed to appear for the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/v6BWd3eu4nM/

A Humanae Vitae Moment? CATHOLIC AND LOVING IT! - March 5, 2014 ... want to appear wise, then predicting the future is a very silly thing to do. The future has a nasty habit of doing it's own thing and making those who tried to predict it look very silly indeed. That said, I cannot help but note certain similarities between the current state of things and the way things were back in the 1960's as Pope Paul VI prepared to release that most lefty liberal of documents: Humanae Vitae. It was ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lovingit/~3/mB0Bm9fUZRw/a-humanae-vitae-moment.html

COMMITMENT-Staying Loyal to What You Said You Were Going to Do. 1CATHOLICSALMON - February 9, 2014 ... Christians had to live their Faith in a very intentional way. To admit one was a Christian,was to risk persecution, so Church members had to be passionate about their commitment. Then, in the fourth century, Emperor Constantine made Christianity the religion of the Holy Roman Empire. Suddenly, being a Christian became not just accepted, but fashionable. Today, our experience as Christians is not far from those who lived so long ago in a pagan ...http://1catholicsalmon.com/2014/02/09/commitment-staying-loyal-to-what-you-said-you-were-going-to-do/

"So you call yourself Catholic—wonderful! Now show me! Show ... THE JOYFUL CATHOLIC - January 31, 2014 "So you call yourself Catholic—wonderful! Now show me! Show the way you love me." Pope Francis What Wimps We Catholics Are During WWII, when I was flying missions from Corsica, I recognized and admired Catholic in my squadron because they all wore crosses. Five years later when I converted to Catholicism, the first things I did when leaving the Cathedral was to go to the religious store across the street and buy my cross. Recently, ...http://thejoyfulcatholic.wordpress.com/2014/01/31/2392/

Aparecida 30-31: The Evangelizing Mission CATHOLIC SENSIBILITY - January 26, 2014 ... American Catholic Church with power and wealth was challenged by the pastoral practice of many throughout the continent and by the Latin American Bishops Conference at Medellín in 1968. Liberation theology, in theory and practice, sought to further challenge this. There were a number of ways in which this challenge was frustrated by ecclesiastical politics and the example of bishops seeking political influence by allying with political parties. This ...http://catholicsensibility.wordpress.com/2014/01/26/the-evangelizing-mission-aparecida-30-31/

Faces of Our Faith: Dan Smith, Liaison for Catholic Education ARCHDIOCESE OF TORONTO BLOG - January 13, 2014 ... the world in the image of God." Dan served as principal of St. Paschal Baylon School for seven years. Above is a picture from a special assembly to say goodbye to Dan when he moved on to a different post. 4) Tell us a bit about your time at St. Michael's Choir School. What is your favourite memory from your choir school days? My days at St Michael's choir school began as a grade three student in 1960. I graduated from grade 13 in 1971. My three boys also attended in the 1980s ...http://archdioceseoftoronto.blogspot.com/2014/01/faces-of-our-faith-dan-smith-liaison.html

Pope Francis and the Post-Vatican II "New Church": Solid Proof That Casting Pearls Before Swine Is Perilous Folly. DOUG LAWRENCE'S CATHOLIC WEBLOG - January 4, 2014 ... of the Catholic Church during the late 1960′s and early 1970′s was the literal fulfillment of the above scripture, as the post-Vatican II revolutionaries were allowed to rage virtually unrestrained – tearing down, trampling and desecrating all that was holy, within the Catholic Church. For the most part, obedient and faithful Catholics were taken aback, not knowing what to make of it all. And by the time things became ...http://douglawrence.wordpress.com/2014/01/04/pope-francis-and-the-post-vatican-ii-new-church-solid-proof-that-casting-pearls-before-swine-is-perilous-folly/

Israel/Vatican: 20 Years of Diplomatic Relations CLERICAL WHISPERS - January 3, 2014 ... Economic, Financial Agreement." Optimism prevails on the official, diplomatic level, and the flow of cultural/educational exchange helps create new generations free of prejudice. Yet, occasionally, ancient wounds, misinterpretations and stereotypes still re-emerge. A recent example is the upset created by the journalist-priest, Filippo Di Giacomo in an article published by "Il Venerdi" of "La Repubblica December 27. He accuses Israel's political class of "near-sighted vision and petty ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2014/01/israelvatican-20-years-of-diplomatic.html

Ambassador Han Speaks About Korea-Holy See Relations CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - December 24, 2013 ... celebrating. In fact, Korea and the universal Church had relations even before the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the Republic of Korea. It is important to stress how much the Catholic Church has contributed to Korea's human and social development, starting in the early days of the Catholic Church in Korea, even under persecution. Afterward, with the presence of the missionaries, Christians contributed to the country's modernization and planted the seeds of ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2013/12/ambassador-han-speaks-about-korea-holy.html

Pope Names Bishops for Mississippi, Texas Dioceses CLERICAL WHISPERS - December 18, 2013 Pope Francis has named Father Joseph R. Kopacz, 63, a priest of the Diocese of Scranton and pastor of Holy Trinity Parish, Mt. Pocono, Pennsylvania, as bishop of Jackson, Mississippi, and accepted the resignation of Bishop Joseph Latino,76, from the pastoral governance of the Jackson diocese. The pope also named Msgr. Michael J. Sis, 53, vicar general of the Diocese of Austin, Texas, as bishop of San Angelo, Texas, and accepted the resignation of Bishop ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2013/12/pope-names-bishops-for-mississippi.html