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Sometimes "I" Means "I" DISPUTATIONS - May 25, 2015 ... to pray the words of Scripture, in particular the Psalms and especially the Canticles of Mary, Zechariah, and Simeon. Yes, I know, not exactly a news flash. But take a look at this: My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord. My spirit rejoices in God, my Savior, For He has looked with favor on His lowly servant. When we pray these words of the Magnificat, as the Church invites us to do every day as part of Evening Prayer, we aren't just praying the same ...http://disputations.blogspot.com/2015/05/sometimes-i-means-i.html

Risk Free Speech DISPUTATIONS - May 21, 2015 ... have the gift of parrhesia. We can speak freely to God, about everything in our lives and our hearts. The more we make use of this gift, the more obvious will be those things in our lives and our hearts that get between us and God (like father, like son, humans are still trying to hide things from God). There are some evils in our lives through no fault of our own, and we should speak of them to God just as freely as we speak of the good things in our lives ...http://disputations.blogspot.com/2015/05/risk-free-speech.html

Novena to the Holy Spirit: Day One (Friday) Love THOMAS FOR TODAY - May 14, 2015 ... speaks about as the first fruit of the Spirit. While I don't know anything about Williams except his last heroic act, he must have practiced love in countless ordinary ways in his life. People tend to act true to their character in emergency situations. Greek has several words for love. Agap" is a special kind of love marked by a true gift of one's self. It has no self-interest about it. It is the kind of love that moves a parent to stay up with a sick child, or a teacher to ...http://thomasfortoday.blogspot.com/2015/05/novena-to-holy-spirit-day-one-friday.html

Friday Potpourri: Some Germs Are Good ADAM'S ALE - May 8, 2015 ... about a new topic for Friday Potpourri? Why don't we take a wild romp through the GIRM. In geeky Church circles this is pronounced like "germ." But you don't get cooties or anything like that from it. It is an acronym for the General Instruction of the Roman Missal. In other words, it is the instructions manual for having Mass. Let's start with paragraph 45 shall we? That is where things start to become a little more interesting. Well, interesting for people ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2015/05/friday-potpourri-some-germs-are-good.html

For the Memorial of St. Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Doctor PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - April 28, 2015 http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2008/01/for-memorial-of-st-thomas-aquinas.html

For the Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - April 28, 2015 ... Lord" we mean the moments when the Son of God was revealed to mankind. On this day, our thoughts are naturally drawn to the revelation of the Christ Child to the Three Wise Men. What a sight it must have been! Jesus was surely a child of indescribable beauty and splendor. Note that, by being born of Mary and of the line of David, he comes to the Jews. In his appearing to the Magi, he comes to the Gentiles. And thus, he is revealed to the whole world. But, two other events in ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2008/01/for-solemnity-of-epiphany-of-lord.html

Let's Talk Liturgy: Part 14 A WING AND A PRAYER - April 25, 2015 ... Come to the table … a comer [co-mair] … mangia! [man-jeeh] The same happens at Mass. Over the past several weeks we have seen how the Eucharistic meal is prepared, and how we prepare to receive it. Now, the invitation comes as the priest elevates the chalice and host and proclaims, "Behold the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world" (John 1:29). He then proclaims words from the book of Revelation, "Blessed are ...http://awingandaprayer.blogspot.com/2015/04/lets-talk-liturgy-part-14.html

Brief Bible Study of Revelation 14:1-5: On the Qualifications of the "144,000" Elect Ones VIVIFICAT! - April 24, 2015 Brethren, Peace be with you. Today, as I reflected upon Revelation 14: 1-4 (NAB) during lectio divina , I noticed something I'd never noticed before. Read the highlighted portion by yourselves: The Lamb's Companions. * 1 Then I looked and there was the Lamb standing on Mount Zion, * and with him a hundred and forty-four thousand who had his name and his Father's name written on their foreheads. a 2 I heard a sound from heaven like the sound of rushing water or a loud peal ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/cybercatholics/jrWV/~3/ABWx4e_jDmM/brief-bible-study-of-revelation-14-1-5.html

"What We Have Given Away:" the Funeral of Francis Eugene George GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - April 24, 2015 ... wanted to accompany her to the cathedral the next morning; she had an extra ticket for the funeral. So, at least I knew that I would be able to pay my respects more formally the next day. I arrived at the cathedral for the Noon funeral at about 10:15, in order to stand in line. As I stood in line, I looked across State Street and saw a sign, indicating that that particular portion of State Street had been named in honor of Joseph Cardinal Bernardin. Difficult to read, but here is the photo I ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2015/04/what-we-have-given-away-funeral-of.html

"The Angel Cried Out" - The Byzantine Easter Hymn to the Virgin NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 8, 2015 In the Byzantine Divine Liturgy, there are several places where the priest sings a part of the anaphora out loud, and the choir makes a response, while he continues the anaphora silently. In the liturgy of St John Chrysostom, which is by far the most commonly used anaphora, the priest commemorates the Saints after the consecration and epiclesis, praying in silence "Again we offer unto Thee this rational service for them that in faith have gone to their rest before us: ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/6KnmXHHNo3Y/the-angel-cried-out-byzantine-easter.html

Darkness to Light, Slavery to Freedom (Easter Vigil) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - April 4, 2015 ... where there had been only darkness. The third reading, from the Book of Exodus, also shows us the darkness of night overcome by light: a shining cloud and a pillar of fire lit the way for Israel through the desert. Even tonight's Gospel says that the sun had risen by the time the women arrived at the empty tomb. But what, precisely, does this mean to us? Do we of the 21st century relate to the fact that Christ has overpowered darkness? Certainly not the way people did when the darkness of ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2015/04/darkness-to-light-slavery-to-freedom.html

Why Did Someone Decide to Make Our Hymns Stupid? THE SPIRIT'S SWORD - April 2, 2015 I was preparing to sing for Easter Sunday, an honour for which I am entirely unworthy, when I was struck by the crummy words of what I was singing. The odd thing is that, once upon a time, the words were fine, and matched the music, and indeed the spirit of the Mass quite well. Then someone thought they could make an improvement . This impulse to make an improvement appears to afflict editors everywhere, and then they afflict us with their latest brain ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheSpiritsSword/~3/n_DdvAqYuUs/why-did-someone-decide-to-make-our.html

We Walk by Faith SPIRITUAL DEVOTIONAL - April 2, 2015 ... assumption that if someone takes church away, then they can take your Faith away. It was not until decades later that I found out that God is Love, and that our desire for God is imprinted upon the human heart! And, that is a gift that no one can steal from you. When I was in my early twenties, I had a profound experience of the Presence of God. This was a Presence that filled the room, and then spilled over and out into the world, into infiniteness. This was the strongest, ...http://spiritualdevotional.blogspot.com/2015/04/we-walk-by-faith.html

Holy Thursday 2015 NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 2, 2015 ... words are sung at the Divine Liturgy of Holy Thursday in place of the Cherubic Hymn, and at the distribution of Communion, when they may be repeated several times. These are the the Greek and Old Church Slavonic versions; the traditional Slavonic music is particularly beautiful. Τ οῦ Δείπνου σου τοῦ μυστικοῦ ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/TQ5M1mpv_Ok/holy-thursday-2015.html

Palm Sunday: God Humbles Himself for His People VIS NEWS - HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE - March 30, 2015 ... "At the heart of this celebration, which seems so festive, are the words we heard in the hymn of the Letter to the Philippians: 'He humbled himself'. Jesus' humiliation. These words show us God's way and, consequently, that which must be the way of Christians: it is humility. A way which constantly amazes and disturbs us: we will never get used to a humble God! "Humility is above all God's way: God humbles himself to walk with ...http://visnews-en.blogspot.com/2015/03/palm-sunday-god-humbles-himself-for-his.html

Palm Sunday 2015: Pope Francis Recommends Humility COMMUNIO - March 29, 2015 At the heart of this celebration, which seems so festive, are the words we heard in the hymn of the Letter to the Philippians: "He humbled himself" (2:8). Jesus' humiliation. These words show us God's way and the way of Christians: it is humility. A way which constantly amazes and disturbs us: we will never get used to a humble God! Humility is above all God's way : God humbles himself to walk with his people, to put up ...http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2015/03/palm-sunday-2015-pope-francis-recommends-humility/

In Holy Week, "God's Way Is Humility" WHISPERS IN THE LOGGIA - March 29, 2015 MILY OF POPE FRANCIS PALM SUNDAY OF THE PASSION OF THE LORD ST PETER'S SQUARE 29 MARCH 2015 At the heart of this celebration, which seems so festive, are the words we heard in the hymn of the Letter to the Philippians: "He humbled himself" (2:8). Jesus' humiliation. These words show us God's way and, consequently, that which must be the way of Christians: it is humility. A way which constantly amazes and disturbs us: we will ...http://whispersintheloggia.blogspot.com/2015/03/in-holy-week-gods-way-is-humility.html

Palm Sunday: Glory Flows From the Obedience of Selfless Love INSIGHT SCOOP THE IGNATIUS PRESS BLOG - March 29, 2015 ... also, as in the case of the great Christological hymn in St. Paul's letter to the Philippians, are marked by exultation in the glory streaming forth from the pain and sacrifice of the Suffering Servant. Glory comes not from the power to suppress and enslave, but from the freely chosen obedience of selfless love. St. Mark's account of the Passion is terse and vivid; it is replete with unsparing descriptions of sort of sin, viciousness, and evil. "The behavior ...http://insightscoop.typepad.com/2004/2015/03/palm-sunday-glory-flows-from-the-obedience-of-selfless-love.html

Pope's Palm Sunday Homily ZENIT - THE WORLD SEEN FROM ROME - March 28, 2015 Below is the Vatican-provided translation of Pope Francis' Palm Sunday homily, which was given this morning in St. Peter's Square: *** At the heart of this celebration, which seems so festive, are the words we heard in the hymn of the Letter to the Philippians: "He humbled himself" (2:8). Jesus' humiliation. ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/zenit/english/~3/cqHMrGdxFWo/pope-s-palm-sunday-homily--2

Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 25, 2015 ... has been repeated nightly in churches, convents and monasteries for more than a thousand years. The Church's celebration of the Annunciation is believed to date to the early 5th century, possibly originating at about the time of the Council of Ephesus (c 431). Earlier names for the Feast were Festum Incarnationis, and Conceptio Christi, and in the Eastern Churches, the Annunciation is a feast of Christ, but in the Latin Church it is a feast of Mary. The Annunciation has always been celebrated ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/03/feast-of-annunciation-of-lord.html

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