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International Eucharistic Congress 2016: Christ in You, Our Hope of Glory CATHOLIC COMMENTARY - January 27, 2016 ... "stationes" and the route to them became known as the "statio ad" (station to, meaning the procession route to) that place. Station days of that kind were once held in Rome, Constantinople and Jerusalem. Records that remain today give us the most information about such processions in Rome. Going to the "statio" was a major ceremony at one time, in which people carried all of the papal vessels used for the celebration of the Eucharist to a pilgrimage site or station church. The ...http://rccommentary2.blogspot.com/2016/01/international-eucharistic-congress-2016.html

Epiphany COMMUNIO - January 3, 2016 In the Ordinary Form of the Mass today is the Epiphany –the Manifestation of the Lord by the visitors from afar, the Three Kings. The point of this feast is not the Three Kings bring gifts per se but the recognition of unbelievers in a monotheistic God coming into human history. The gifts brought to Jesus indicate the reality of the receivers life and mission: Jesus is king, he is divine and he will face a cruel death. The very interesting fact of ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2016/01/epiphany-2/

In Memoriam - Fr. Franck Quoëx (Reprint From 2010) NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - January 2, 2016 ... anniversary of the death of Fr. Franck Quoëx, a priest of the Diocese of Vaduz in Lichtenstein, and one of the foremost liturgists of our times. I had the great honor to serve alongside Fr. Quoëx at the traditional Masses in Rome for many years, and some of the most beautiful rites I have ever seen were put together and guided by his phenomenal expertise. He had and deserved a reputation throughout Europe as a highly talented Master of Ceremonies; many have remarked ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/0voV2PFHSKA/in-memoriam-fr-franck-quoex-reprint.html

Christ-Mass: Day 9 (The Holy Name of Jesus) MAN WITH BLACK HAT - January 2, 2016 ... feast has been all over the place until nearly one hundred years ago. The circumcision of a newborn male under Jewish law must take place eight days after the child's birth, at which time he is given his name. Small wonder, then, that the Gospel readings for both feasts in the traditional Roman calendar are the same. Some Western traditions, such as Anglican and Lutheran, celebrate both on the first of January, as did the Roman for quite some ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2016/01/christ-mass-day-9-holy-name-of-jesus.html

Christ-Mass: Day 3 (St John) MAN WITH BLACK HAT - December 27, 2015 ... says he lived to be nearly one hundred years old, yet it was not for want of his enemies trying. Upon an attempt to kill John by poisoning his wine, the evil substance miraculously took the form of a serpent, as it dissipated from his cup. Here he is in a circa 1610 painting by El Greco with a look that says: "Dude, seriously? This is the best you can do?" Today, families can celebrate the Feast of Saint John by drinking to the health of each ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2015/12/christ-mass-day-3-st-john.html

Christ-Mass: Day 2 (St Stephen/Boxing Day) MAN WITH BLACK HAT - December 26, 2015 ... me, two turtle doves ..." Today is a day when I violate every principle I hold dear, and attempt to go shopping on the day after Christmas. In my humble defense, it is mainly to cash in on great prices for Christmas-related material, specifically Nativity-scene ornaments for the expanding collection on the tree at Chez Alexandre . Next year's rendition will look even brighter to celebrate the birth of Our Savior. I love to show this video of the á capella ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2015/12/christ-mass-day-2-st-stephenboxing-day.html

Why Celebrate Jesus' Birth on Dec 25th? FATHER JIM CHERN'S BLOG - December 24, 2015 Merry Christmas! My prayers and best wishes to you and yours on this holy feast day! This homily is based on the Gospel (John 1: 1-18) that is designated for Christmas Mass during the Day (there's 4 different options) - http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/122515-day.cfm . As always thanks for sharing this blog on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit and elsewhere on Social Media. I'm grateful for all your feedback, comments and support. Merry Christmas! God Bless - ...http://chernjam.blogspot.com/2015/12/why-celebrate-jesus-birth-on-dec-25th.html

Messe Pour Le Personnel, 17-12-15 LA MISÉRICORDE DE DIEU SE MANIFESTE THE JOURNEY OF A BISHOP - December 19, 2015 Diocesan Centre Mass for Staff – December 17, 2015 GOD'S MERCY APPEARS IN SALVATION HISTORY [Texts: Genesis 49.1-2, 8-10 [Psalm 72 (71)]; Matthew 1.1-17] Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Since 1971, today's gospel has been one of my favourite Scripture texts. You see, I was ordained a deacon on December 7 that year and ten days later I got to preach for the first time on this text. The gospel is also appropriate for our theme of ...http://archbishopterry.blogspot.com/2015/12/messe-pour-le-personnel-17-12-15-la.html

Fourth Sunday of Advent IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY: SET THE WORLD ABLAZE - December 16, 2015 ... Christmas and New Years. Many will do lots of traveling to homes of loved ones and we wonder if we will have the same joyful welcome and stay as Mary did at Elizabeth's. A few weeks ago, I over-heard two seventy-five year old women talking about the holidays. One said, "Ugh, the holidays are coming. That means more family fights and problems. The holidays seem to come too fast." At the next mass, I heard another woman say to her friend, "I like Halloween more ...http://predmore.blogspot.com/2015/12/fourth-sunday-of-advent.html

The Advent Season's Brightest Jewels MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - December 16, 2015 ... particularly from the prophet Isaiah that looked forward to the coming of our salvation. They form a rich mosaic of scriptural images. The "O Antiphons" became very popular in the Middle Ages when it became traditional to ring the great bells of the church each evening as they were being sung. Each of the O Antiphons highlights a different title for the Messiah: O Sapientia (O Wisdom), O Adonai (O Lord), O Radix Jesse (O Root of Jesse), O Clavis David (O Key of David), O Oriens (O Rising Sun), ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-advent-seasons-brightest-jewels.html

Why We Aren't Quite Merrily Rejoicing This Third Week of Advent PRINTS OF GRACE - December 15, 2015 ... songs she knew a fraction of the lyrics for! Lord, I need You to help us out. The Scripture readings for Mass for the third Sunday of Advent are all about how we are to rejoice and be glad in all circumstances. My husband and I are both struggling a lot with that right now. I've been sick with an energy-zapping, congestion producing, sinus-filling, sore-throat-inducing upper respiratory virus, infection, plague, whatever for over a month now. Each time I think ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2015/12/Why-We-Are-Not-Quite-Merrily-Rejoicing.html

Ambrosian Prefaces for Advent - Part 3 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - December 14, 2015 ... prayers, Scriptural readings and prefaces are also different. The Mass at St Thecla is called "the Mass of Advent", celebrated in violet vestments, and the Gospel of the Visitation is read. The Mass at St Mary is called "of the Incarnation" in the Ambrosian Breviary (although not in the Missal), and is celebrated in white vestments; the Gospel is that of the Annunciation. The current cathedral of Milan is dedicated to the Nativity of the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Ka7v4UNt4Go/ambrosian-prefaces-for-advent-part-3.html

God Is Stronger! A FRIAR'S LIFE - December 8, 2015 ... over him. After stepping on his toes for the fifth time, the young mother began to lose her patience. When she asked Kenny why he was acting this way, he looked up at her and said, "Well, in school my teacher told me to walk in Jesus' footsteps. But I can't see Him, so I'm walking in yours." The angel said to Mary, "Do not be afraid, Mary." Today we celebrate the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2015/12/god-is-stronger.html

Advent, Catholic and Orthodox MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - November 25, 2015 Conference November 24th 2015 Brethren, it's now 5 days since our workshop on the EBC Forum came to an end and already it seems like a lifetime away. It's amazing how quickly our duties and the routine of everyday life take over and you wonder if those talks and discussions we had ever took place. And, of course, over it all still looms the spectre of Paris and Isis and an uncertain future for the world we love and for that vision of unity and peace, which ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2015/11/conference-24th-2015-brethren-its-now-5.html

The Last Sunday of Ordinary Time: The Feast of Christ the King VOX NOVA - November 22, 2015 ... readings. This time I had it pretty much worked out by yesterday, but was unable to find the time to write it up. And then at mass this morning I got a completely different understanding of the readings. While not ideal were I actually required to preach each Sunday, praying over the readings while at mass opens them up for me in ways that simply thinking about them during the course of the week does not. Today we celebrate the Feast of Christ ...http://vox-nova.com/2015/11/22/the-last-sunday-of-ordinary-time-the-feast-of-christ-the-king/

Dies Irae, Dies Illa. THE CITY AND THE WORLD - November 2, 2015 ... typically avoid any 'classical' setting of the Dies Irae in favor of the traditional Gregorian setting, because some days when only chant will do - and for me this is one of those days. Below you can find the Latin text of the Dies Irae followed by my own English translation. I decided to translate the text myself out of a sense of dissatisfaction with the various translations that I found online, as a spiritual exercise for ...http://jesuitjoe.blogspot.com/2015/11/dies-irae-dies-illa.html

How Halloween Foreshadows the Three Days Darkness ... ABBEY ROADS - November 1, 2015 The Death-skull Halloween comet which passed by. If you shut down the house, that is. Close all the shutters, no outside lights, candles the only interior light. Don't look out the windows, or go to the door, pray no one vandalizes your property because you're not giving out candy. Little demons and witches - pimps and whores dressed to kill, scary psych nurses and vampires roam outside - but don't look out. It's roughly about three ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/11/how-halloween-foreshadows-three-days.html

On November: All Souls and the "Permanent Things" INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - October 31, 2015 ... 1902. As the four walkers reach the end of their walk, the old man, who, like the other three walkers, is Belloc himself, makes the following memorable farewell reflection: There is nothing at all that remains: not any house; nor any castle, however strong; nor any love, however tender and sound; not any comradeship among men, however hardy. Nothing remains but the things of which I will not speak, because we have spoken enough of them already during these four days. But I who ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/10/on-november-all-souls-and-the-permanent-things.html

Bishop Athanasius Schneider: Attack on Marriage and Family From "Atheist, Neo-Communist World" RORATE CÆLI - October 21, 2015 ... gifts of the Holy Spirit especially in the sacrament of confirmation, This virtue has bestowed the faithful during two thousand years with the ability to prefer death rather than to betray the baptismal vows, to die rather than to sin, to die rather than to betray the wedding vows, to die rather than to betray the priestly or religious vows. In his Encyclical on Marriage and Family, Pope Leo XIII spoke already in 1880: "The law of the Church was sometimes so divergent from the ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/10/bishop-athanasius-schneider-attack-on.html

The Enthronement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in the Home ARE WE THERE YET? - October 16, 2015 ... nearest to the priest (in that order) . (Our Enthronement Ceremony: Thursday, October 15th, the feast of St. Teresa of Avila. Our five youngest children and big brother, Frater Philip, were present with Dan and me, along with my mother and my two sisters, Linda and Donna. Our presiding priest was great family friend, Father Carlos Borja. If you cannot have a priest present, you may still enthrone the Sacred Heart with the father of the family presiding. Just ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2015/10/the-enthronement-of-sacred-heart-of.html