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May Is Mary's Month! THE BLOGGING BROTHER - May 1, 2016 http://thebloggingbrother.blogspot.com/2016/05/today-is-la-bealtaine-which-translates.html

Now Worship in the Spirit BLOG OF THE DORMITION - April 24, 2016 ... feast of the Spirit's coming, and on this day our Lord reminds us that the hour is coming when we will worship in the Spirit. We have not been praying "Heavenly King…," but the Spirit of Truth is nonetheless among us and animates our worship. "The hour is coming, and now is." Even as the Lord Jesus speaks to the Samaritan woman – not only before Pentecost but even before his own death and resurrection – he says that the hour is coming, and that the hour now is. Even then, the ...http://holydormition.blogspot.com/2016/04/sermon-on-john45-42.html

Love Like Jesus Loves! A FRIAR'S LIFE - April 23, 2016 ... to a border crossing, he explained his predicament to one of the guards. Giving his name, Doré hoped he would be recognized and allowed to pass. The guard said that many people attempted to cross the border by claiming to be someone else, but Doré insisted. So the official said, "We'll give you a test. If you pass it we'll allow you to go." He handed him a pencil and paper and told him to sketch some people nearby. Doré did it ...http://afriarslife.blogspot.com/2016/04/love-like-jesus-loves.html

Happy Easter GETTING TO THE POINT - March 26, 2016 ... and here is something I wrote about it a few years ago, reprinted in full in this post. Here it is, and a most happy and joyful Easter to you all: I would like to add one more thought about light and illumination. On Easter night, the night of the new creation, the Church presents the mystery of light using a unique and very humble symbol: the Paschal candle. This is a light that lives from sacrifice. The candle shines inasmuch as it is burnt up. It gives light, inasmuch as it ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2016/03/happy-easter.html

PM: Special Edition--Easter Vigil A WING AND A PRAYER - March 26, 2016 ... hymn of praise, Exultet , is chanted. Are you ready for seven Canticles, serving the purpose of the Gradual (depending on how many Reading are proclaimed)? Make a joyful noise to the Lord all the earth; serve the Lord with gladness. V. Come into his presence in exultation. V. Know that the Lord is God. V. It is he that made us and not we ourselves; we are his people and the sheep of his ...http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2016/03/pm-special-edition-easter-vigil.html

PM: Special Edition--Good Friday A WING AND A PRAYER - March 25, 2016 ... understand this day, no words of introduction are needed; for those who don't, no words will suffice. Lord, hear my prayer, and let my cry come unto you. V. Do not turn your face away from me; in the day of my distress, lend me your ear. V. On each day that I call upon you, please make haste to hear me. V. For my days pass away like smoke, and my bones burn as if in a furnace. V. I am smitten ...http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2016/03/pm-special-edition-good-friday.html

"O Come and Mourn With Me Awhile": Fr. Perrone on Holy Week MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - March 24, 2016 ... accomplished!" (Lk 12:50). As we enter into Holy Week, these words of our Lord come to mind, expressing as they do the fervent desire and zeal He held within His Sacred Heart to enter upon the laborious work of His suffering and death for our redemption. It's not possible to fathom the measure of that love for us ingrates and seemingly worthless creatures. God did not spare His own Son to ransom a slave. What father would sacrifice the life of his own child to ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2016/03/o-come-and-mourn-with-me-awhile-fr.html

The Greatest Love YOUR DAILY TRIPOD - March 24, 2016 ... the horrible sights and sounds, they remained, nevertheless, out of love. We contemplate the Crucifixion two millennia later out of that same love and desire to show compassion. Good Friday isn't so much about what the scribes and elders or the Romans did to Jesus as it is about what Jesus does for us. Jesus becomes one of us in every way but sin. He takes on the human suffering that is just part of life. If you were always the last kid in your class to be picked to be on a ...http://yourdailytripod.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-greatest-love.html

Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lord's Supper Καθολικός διάκονος - March 24, 2016 Readings: Ex 12:1-8.11-14; Ps 116:12.13.15-16c.17-18; 1 Cor 11:23-26; John 13:1-15 Tonight we enter what are for Christians our high holy days. With the beginning of Mass this evening Lent ended and we entered the shortest season of the liturgical year, the sacred Triduum. It's important up front to point out that tonight at the end of Mass there will be no dismissal. Tomorrow, when we gather again to observe Good Friday by venerating the Cross, that cruel instrument of ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/03/holt-thursday-mass-of-lords-supper.html

Year C Passion Sunday Καθολικός διάκονος - March 20, 2016 Readings: Luke 19:28-40; Isa 50:4-7; Ps 22:8-8.17-20.23-24; Phil 2:6-11; Luke 22:14-23:56 Very often we expend a lot of words attempting explain the mystery of faith. But the mystery of faith is really quite simple to articulate: "Christ has died. Christ is risen. Christ will come again." Today on Passion Sunday we not only contemplate, but seek to enter more deeply into one aspect of the mysterium tremendum , namely Christ's sorrowful passion and death. ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/03/year-c-passion-sunday.html

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord a Dual Feast CATHOLIC HOTDISH - March 17, 2016 ... are blessed at the beginning of Mass and carried in procession as part of the Entrance Rite. It has also traditionally been known as Passion Sunday because the Passion Narrative is proclaimed during the Liturgy of the Word. A Unique Aspect of the Palm-Passion Liturgy. This is the only Sunday of the entire liturgical year in which two separate gospel passages are read at the same Mass. The liturgy begins with a special opening rite with the gospel proclamation ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/UxitqyIRv2U/

'The Noblest Sacred Work in Existence' NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - March 7, 2016 These were the words with which Sir Edward Elgar described J.S. Bach's setting of the St Matthew Passion . This formidable work, also known as the 'Great' Passion, is something of a musical Mount Everest; its scale and complexity are a considerable challenge to both singers and players. Bach's first setting of the Passion, the St John , was first heard in Leipzig on Good Friday in 1723, and the St Matthew followed a few years later. Both his ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/KzQlcz_d1t0/the-noblest-sacred-work-in-existence.html

Under My Mother's Mantle 1 FRANCISCAN WAY - February 24, 2016 Children like to dress up. They like to pretend. Like many of their "role models," they like to be. As a child, did you ever play house—deciding among your friends or siblings who would be the mother, the father and the children? As a child, did you ever put on your mother's or your father's shoes and try to walk about in them? Did you ever play school, pretending to be the teacher with either real or imaginary students? ...http://1franciscanway.blogspot.com/2016/02/under-my-mothers-mantle.html

Column: Beating Out Mercy Psalm 136 QUANTUM THEOLOGY - February 18, 2016 ... notwithstanding, sinners and saints alike, we were saved. "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God, have mercy on me." Mercy, mercy, I murmured. In the introduction to his setting of the Psalms, Jesuit Father Joseph Gelineau notes that the psalms work on our hearts not by reason, but by hammering. Phrases and images repeat, shaping our prayers and our souls, like a metalsmith beating at gold. Mercy, mercy, mercy. Psalm 136, called the Great Hallel — the Great Praise — by our ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2016/02/column-beating-out-mercy-psalm-136.html

Divine Office Bootcamp IV - Daytime Prayer COFFEE AND CANTICLES - February 17, 2016 ... Recognizing that most parish priests and lay people will find it difficult to do all three daytime hours, the Church recommends that we aim to do only one of them. (The difficulty is not in the amount of time this takes: each daytime hour can be done in less than five minutes. But actually being able to organize your day and remembering to stop and pray three separate times during the workday is the hard part.) Thus, the references in the General Instruction on the Liturgy of the Hours to "the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/X_PXIZnthtg/bootcamp-iv-daytime-prayer.html

Lingering, Revisited THE CLOISTERED HEART - February 17, 2016 ... continue to stay, as though reluctant to leave.' It is an intriguing definition for one who wishes to be contemplative. Contemplatives are lingerers, ones who know that the longer we gaze upon something, the more deeply and fully we actually see it. Contemplatives have learned through experience that the way to know God is to spend time 'gazing upon Him' in prayer. I like to linger beside my favorite window. I recognize, as I look through the glass, that there ...http://www.thecloisteredheart.org/2016/02/lingering-revisited.html

Invasion of the Holy Spirit DA MIHI ANIMAS - February 16, 2016 ... the Blessed Trinity—all of these are different titles given to the Person of the Holy Spirit. In an earlier article we explained the power of the Holy Spirit to transform sinners into great saints—as we saw in the Apostles, and especially Simon Peter. Saint John XXIII actually said: "The saints are the masterpieces of the Holy Spirit." A future saint can be you and me! In this article we would like to point out ten specific ways ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/02/invasion-of-holy-spirit.html

This Week in Madonna House - February 7-13 GETTING TO THE POINT - February 14, 2016 suspending the blog during the week for Lent, in a spirit of increased silence and prayer, I will be blogging on Sundays, when our Lenten observances are mitigated. I know that the consistently most popular feature on this blog has been the 'This Week in MH' column, and so I am happy to oblige. Mind you, I have been away from MH so very much in recent weeks that I am hard pressed to tell you exactly what is going on here. My trip to Regina was ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2016/02/this-week-in-madonna-house-february-7-13.html

Liturgy of the Hours Bootcamp COFFEE AND CANTICLES - February 1, 2016 ... decide to start praying the Liturgy of the Hours as a lenten project, I thought this would be a good time to re-run some old "how-to" posts. If you know someone like this, feel free to share. All right. You want to start praying the liturgy of the hours. Unless you are are super-zealous, it is probably not a good idea to attempt all 5 liturgical hours (or seven since you have the option of doing daytime prayer ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CoffeeAndCanticles-TheDivineOfficeInYourLife/~3/kVwfH7sWV8o/liturgy-of-hours-bootcamp.html

God Is So Generous REFLECTIONS OF AN RSCJ - January 24, 2016 ... from schools from all over, but all have such good memories of the education they received from us. I missed the Quad area meeting but hear is something I copied from one of the prayers sent me: Quad Meeting Morning Prayer Saturday, January 16, 2015 New Orleans, LA Presider: ​ The Lord be with you. All: ​ ​ And with your spirit. Presider: ​ Let us praise God for ordinary time. All: ​ ​ And praise God for gathering us together. A morning reflection from Teilhard de ...http://reflectionsofanrscj.blogspot.com/2016/01/god-is-so-generous.html

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