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Taizhou Bishop Dies, He Had Been Recognised by the Pope and Beijing CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 27, 2016 Bishop Anthony Xu Jiwei, of the diocese of Taizhou (Zhejiang province), died yesterday due to illness at the age of 81. He was ordained bishop with a papal mandate in 2010 and was recognised by the Chinese government. Bishop Xu's death comes three weeks after that of Mgr Vincent Zhu Weifang , bishop of the neighbouring diocese of Wenzhou, in the same province. The Requiem Mass for Mgr Xu is set for this Thursday (29 September) at 7.30 pm, whilst the ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/taizhou-bishop-dies-he-had-been.html

Liturgical Notes on the Feasts of the Seven Sorrows NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 15, 2016 From 1814 until 1960, the General Calendar of the Roman Rite contained two different feasts of the Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary. The older of these is the one long celebrated on the Friday of Passion week; the latter is now fixed to September 15th, but was originally a movable feast. The Offices of these two feasts have only a few elements in common, but the Masses are almost identical. This doubling of the feast is not, therefore, a case like ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/XoYQsXE0Zwk/liturgical-notes-on-feasts-of-seven.html

"Icon of the Good Samaritan" ATONEMENTONLINE - September 4, 2016 On August 26, 1910 a baby girl was born to a couple of Albanian heritage in Skopje, Macedonia. She was baptized with the name of Agnes, and she grew up in a loving and devoutly Catholic household. When she was eight years old, her father died, leaving her mother with the responsibility of supporting the family, which she did by opening a shop which dealt in embroidery and fabric. Young Agnes helped her mother, and was ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/09/icon-of-good-samaritan.html

Mother Teresa Never Said That... And John XXIII Didn't Cry All Day After Reading the Third Secret Either ... ABBEY ROADS - August 30, 2016 He thought it was the Octave of Pentecost and not Ordinary Time. For years I have heard religious people insist that Mother Teresa condemned Communion in the hand ... turns out she didn't. In fact, she once asked Fr. Rutler to set the record straight: Mother did not want to be invoked in polemics. No sentimentalist, she ordered me to write a correction for a newspaper that had reported that she opposed Communion in the hand. - Crisis Here are some more things Blessed ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2016/08/mother-teresa-never-said-that-and-john.html

The Pastoral Imagination of Pope Francis and the Gospel According to Giovanni Guareshi CATHOLIC HOTDISH - August 2, 2016 Many Catholics remain amazed, fascinated or frustrated by this new-style Pope who speaks in ways we simply do not expect to hear coming from the Chair of Peter. Biographies and analyses are selling like hot-cakes as people try to understand "Just where is this Pope coming from?" But, if one just listens closely, he does provide an abundance of clues. For instance, last November, Pope Francis journeyed to the Cathedral of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/jUHiZowdulo/

Mother Teresa Inspires Still CRS VOICES - July 22, 2016 Dear Friend, Monsignor Andrew Landi, who served with CRS for over 35 years, is greeted by Mother Teresa and the children of one of her welfare centers in Calcutta. Photo by CRS Staff In the 1950s, Monsignor Alfred Schneider, who was director of Catholic Relief Services' work in India, kept hearing about a nun working in the slums of Calcutta. Father Al , as he was known, was curious about this ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicReliefServicesBlog/~3/Br1wRg3dJL0/

Orientation: The Crucial Question Is What Is the Mass? FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - July 18, 2016 ... come in glory" 1Cor 11:26. The Church, from its very beginning until the 1960's, zealously defended this understanding of the Mass over the 'fraternal meal' as its core teaching and consequently its understanding of the Church's life and mission. Christ's death and return, and our place in it, is at the very heart of Catholic (and Orthodox) belief, it is this after all that is the essential part of the kerygma. It is this that page for page is the substantial part of the ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2016/07/orientation-crucial-question-is-what-is.html

And When I Awoke, the World Had Changed DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - July 8, 2016 ... East, and sunshine overhead, but I wasn't worried. Then I looked to the South, where there were more clouds --- and over them a beautiful double rainbow. And again I thanked God for the rain to come, and as I walked the short distance to my car, faint drops began to fall. It was 8:30P and I thought about driving to the store to get something for dinner; I had gone from a late afternoon meeting directly to the chapel. But as I drove I passed near the condo of a friend, and ...http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2016/07/and-when-i-awoke-world-had-changed.html

Kicking St Irenaeus Around NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - June 28, 2016 June 28 is traditionally the feast day of Pope St Leo II, who died on this day in 683, after a reign of less than 11 months. The Liber Pontificalis records that on the previous day he celebrated the ordination of nine priests, three deacons, and twenty-three bishops; it is not said that it was the ordination ceremony that killed him, but the heat of Rome in June and the inevitable length of such a ceremony make this seem likely more ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/JteaVSSdGtg/kicking-st-irenaeus-around.html