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The Forgotten Ones DO NOT BE ANXIOUS - June 18, 2017 ... Thursday; Jesus provides the food, and then the apostles distribute it --- that's the volunteers. When we think of the Biblical Miracle of the Loaves passage, we usually think of those people on the hillside, hungry not only for food but also the Word of God, or we think of Jesus, so patiently explaining things to them, and then feeding them. But we usually don't think much about the apostles in this miracle. They are the forgotten ones. They distributed the food; they cleaned up afterward. ...http://do-not-be-anxious.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-forgotten-ones.html

Homily for June 18 A CONCORD PASTOR COMMENTS - June 18, 2017 Image source Homily for the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ ( Scriptures for today's Mass) Audio for homily "You are what you eat." At least that's what people say. In fact, they've been saying that since 1826 when a Frenchman, Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, wrote, "Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are." Dis-moi ce que tu manges et je te dirai ce que tu es. (Everything always sounds better in French!) The feast of the Body and Blood of Christ ...http://concordpastor.blogspot.com/2017/06/homily-for-june-18_18.html

Adoring Before Receiving. Corpus Christi FATHER DYLAN'S SERMONS & TALKS - June 17, 2017 ... described as, "one of those weird Catholic things". As a non-Catholic might observe and describe what we're going to do at the end of Mass: we're going to worship what looks like a piece of bread. As the unbeliever thinks: we're going to take a wafer of bread, lock it up in a metal contraption, and then throw some smoke at it. And it all looks VERY odd to the unbeliever. This is all something I do so often that I can forget what it looks like to an unbeliever. ...http://fatherdylanjames.blogspot.com/2017/06/adoring-before-receiving-corpus-christi.html

Feast of Body and Blood of Christ. Year A NEW HORIZONS - June 17, 2017 ... wondrous sacrament every time I receive Christ in the Eucharist? 3. What do you experience when you receive Christ in the Eucharist? 4. Why is the Eucharist a memorial of Christ's Passion? 5 What are the fruits of redemption in the Eucharist? 6. How will today's feast change me this coming week? The Feast of the Body and blood of Christ is a wonderful feast as it focuses on the unique gift of Himself given for us in the Eucharist. On this ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/pGvP/~3/OvgOtjwKYos/feast-of-body-and-blood-of-christ-year-a.html

Pilgrimage: Rome and Holy Land ATONEMENTONLINE - June 14, 2017 ... 5-hour tour of two important sites: The 9-11 Memorial, built at the place where the twin towers of the World Trade Center once stood, as well as St. Patrick's Cathedral. That evening, we will board our trans-Atlantic flight to Rome - the Eternal City - arriving the following morning. We'll spend three days in Rome and visit some of the places most important to our Faith. Then, on February 24th we will depart on our flight to Tel Aviv, going directly to our ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/06/pilgrimage-rome-and-holy-land.html

Corpus Christi MY WAY GOD'S WAY - June 14, 2017 ... Sacrament. Among them there's St. Thomas Aquinas, who is said to have composed the liturgy for today's feast. Research has led me to conclude that the glass has probably come from our priory in Liege, Belgium, where that devotion originated. So, what's this devotion all about, and why is it important? Well, most of us come to Mass every Sunday, and many during the week. Though that's very good, there ...http://mywaygodsway.blogspot.com/2017/06/corpus-christi.html

Martin Luther and Korean Catholicism CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - June 14, 2017 This year is the 500 anniversary of Martin Luther's religious revolution.The Catholic Church for some time has considered him a heretic but in recent years this is changing. A professor at the Catholic Medical School writes about the change in View from the Ark in the Catholic Times. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI said that he was not a heretic but one who wanted to clean out the corruption within the Church. He did not want to leave the Church. Pope ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2017/06/martin-luther-and-korean-catholicism.html

Tobit 6:10-11, 7:1, 9-17, 8:4-9, Psalm 128:1-5, Mark 12:28-34 WHOM SHALL I SEND? SEND ME LORD - June 8, 2017 DAILY HOLY MASS READINGS Our Savior Jesus Christ has destroyed death and brought life to light through the Gospel. 2 Tim 1:10 Tobit 6:10-11, 7:1, 9-17, 8:4-9, Psalm 128:1-5, Mark 12:28-34 Tobit 6:10-11, 7:1, 9-17, 8:4-9 Dear Love, This is such a beautiful love story of two people who love God and trust Him to take care of them. Raphael as we know is God's messenger, Tobiah's response when Raphael calls him is, "Here I am!" ...http://whomshallisend.blogspot.com/2017/06/daily-holy-mass-readings-our-savior.html

Reflection for the Solemnities of the Most Holy Trinity and the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ BIG C CATHOLICS - June 5, 2017 ... is upon us. Summer is making its way into our lives once again and all are looking forward to long, warm days. Schools are emptying out for summer recess (except for principals!) and the recreation paths that dot our beautiful state are filled with bikers, in-line skaters, walkers and joggers. The liturgical calendar for the month of June brings some beautiful feasts, like Pentecost and the Solemnities of the Most Holy Trinity, the Body and Blood of Christ, ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/06/reflection-for-solemnities-of-most-holy.html

Renewing Our Part of the Face of the Earth (Pentecost Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - June 4, 2017 This feast of Pentecost is the end of Easter – and the beginning of everything else. Fifty days ago, we celebrated Jesus rising from the grave, after giving his life on the Cross for us. Fifty days to realize: Jesus has made me brand new! In the sacrament of confirmation, the bishop says, "Be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit." A "seal" is placed on a document, certifying that it is authentic. You and I are sealed with the ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2017/06/renewing-our-part-of-face-of-earth.html

The Restoration of St. Mary's Catholic Church Louth ORA PRO NOBIS - June 3, 2017 ... IS THE HOME OF THE LINCOLNSHIRE ...http://catholicgadfly.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-restoration-of-st-marys-catholic.html

It Is Important for Catholics to Understand Mental Illness ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC BLOGGERS - June 2, 2017 It is especially important for Catholics to understand the causes of mental illness, instead of judging those who suffer as lazy or at fault for some reason or other. It is even worse when believers deny their own need for help. When people cannot understand these unseen illnesses, they simply fall back on age-old admonishments, Well, we all have our cross to bear. Pull yourself up by your bootstraps. You'd feel better if you went ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2017/06/it-is-important-for-catholics-to.html

The THREE APPARITIONS of CHRIST......6th Sunday of EASTER GLORIA OLIVAE - May 30, 2017 1. The three apparitions of Christ. The Liturgy of the Mass gives us signs by which we can know if we are going to heaven or not. These signs are examples of two groups; one destined to go to heaven and another who will not go to heaven. An example is in a Gospel where we are shown the example of Dives, the rich man. And Lazarus, the poor beggar. Dives ended up in hell while Lazarus went to the bosom of Abraham. The whole Liturgy follow this pattern so much ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_05_01_archive.html#3163484900622153387

Memorial Day- Peace in Jesus Καθολικός διάκονος - May 29, 2017 Readings: Acts 19:1-8; Ps. 68:2-7; John 16:29-33 I am very glad that I went to Mass first thing this Memorial Day. Beginning today by serving at the Lord's altar was the best beginning I could imagine. By participating in Mass we remember - call-to-mind-in-order-to-make-present - what is most important: the Father bringing about the reconciliation of the world through his Son, by the power of their Holy Spirit. In and ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2017/05/memorial-day-peace-in-jesus.html

Abandoning Latin Changed Liturgical Music … For the Worse CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 29, 2017 ... liturgical music of the Roman Rite. Then again, what should I expect when my earliest memories of music at Mass tend to involve now-forgotten attempts to make Ray Repp tunes, guitar-group versions of Beatles songs, social-justice-pop-folk songs, and patently juvenile compositions like "Sons of God" and "Here We Are" seem at home in the most august Holy Sacrifice of the Mass? When it comes to the "hermeneutic of discontinuity," I lived the experience. Yet, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Ri8JpdOBY0Y/abandoning-latin-dramatically-changed-liturgical-music-worse

The Point of the Ascension -- Of the Mass -- And of Ad Orientem -- Is Heaven (Sunday Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - May 28, 2017 The feast of the Ascension is NOT about Jesus leaving us. Rather, it's about where Jesus wants to take us: he goes ahead of us, to heaven. That's where he wants us. The Ascension is about heaven; Jesus wants to take us to heaven. So that caused me to think of a connection, between today's feast, and the Parish Priorities I've been talking to you about recently. That is, the priorities I am urging us all to pursue, together, as a parish. And ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-point-of-ascension-of-mass-and-of.html

Mass at Sizergh Castle COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - May 27, 2017 Yesterday evening's Mass in the private family chapel at Sizergh Castle was truly wonderful. Canon Gwenaël Cristofoli (prior of the ICKSP at Preston ) not only prayed the Latin beautifully, but also truly understood the meaning of gesture. That is not to say that he in any way drew attention to himself - quite the contrary - but that all was oriented towards the most reverent celebration of the Sacred Mysteries. The congregation was very small, ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2017/05/mass-at-sizergh-castle.html

Worshiping Our Palates CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - May 25, 2017 ... Father: "Give us this day our daily bread." In the Old Testament eating of meat was only allowed after the flood in Noah's time. At creation, we were not given permission. "I give you all the seed-bearing plants that are upon the whole earth, and all the trees with seed-bearing fruit; this shall be your food." (Gen. 1:29). We were given permission after the flood to eat the flesh of animals but with one condition: "You must not eat flesh with life, that is to say; blood, in ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2017/05/worshiping-our-palates.html

Cupcakes, Handshakes, and Faith in God: Most Valuable Life Lessons From Parents and Grandparents PRINTS OF GRACE - May 24, 2017 ... important thing that your parents or grandparents taught you? The world famous cook answered cupcakes. She went on to explain that her grandmother had taught her how to make cupcakes at a young age. As she got older, she was more involved in the process and learned to make other things, but it all started with baking cupcakes. A world-renowned golfer was the next person in the line-up. Most likely imagined that he would mention something about being shown the right way to hold ...http://printsofgrace.blogspot.com/2017/05/Cupcakes-Handshakes-And-Faith-in-God-Most-Valuable-Lessons-from-Parents-and-Grandparents.html

Reflection for the 6th Week of Easter, Part 2 THE CATHOLIC SCHOLAR - May 24, 2017 ... Mass on this Holy Day of Obligation, so they wanted to make things easier. I can see that, I suppose, but my question is this: "When did it ever hurt a Catholic to go to Mass one extra day during the week?" Catholics make room in their busy schedules for all kinds of things: sporting events, concerts, parties, dinner dates, etc., etc. Why not one more Mass? What's so hard about that? What's so inconvenient? ...http://thecatholicscholar.blogspot.com/2017/05/reflection-for-6th-week-of-easter-part-2.html

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