Archive for May 24th, 2008

My son, give me thy heart: and let thy eyes keep my ways. Prov 23:26

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

The Holy Christ of Limpias Sanctuary of the Holy Christ of Agony

All of these accounts can be concluded with a brief report written by a journalist about what occurred in his presence:
“I was able to perceive movement from his jaw, as if He was pronouncing syllables with His lips. I closed my eyes firmly and asked myself: What did He say ?

The response was not delayed. From the depths of my heart I was able to hear clearly this word so anointed and significant: “LOVE ME.”

For this reason Our Lord manifested so many miracles before the eyes of believers and non-believers. In Limpias He demonstrated the agony of His death and the magnitude of His love for us, not only to evoke sentiments of compassion and repentance, but also to ask and supplicate that WE LOVE HIM IN RETURN.

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WDTPRS- Pope Benedict is Changing the Conversation

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Thanks be to God. We pray for Pope Benedict– Ave Maria!
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Hannah (8yrs old) plays Chopin Nocturne #20 in C Sharp Minor

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

This is simply beautiful.

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To Kneel in front of the Eucharist is a profession of freedom

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

On the Feast of Corpus Christi, May 22 2008,

Pope Benedict said:“To kneel in front of the Eucharist
is a profession of freedom: whoever bows before Jesus
cannot and should not prostrate himself before
any earthly power, no matter how strong.
We Christians only kneel before God,
before the Most Blessed Sacrament,
because we believe and know that the one true God is present,
who created the world and loved man so much
that for his sake, he gave his only begotten Son (cfr Jn 3,16).”

REFLECTION: Corpus Christi, Enthroning the Lord
The Eucharist is a mystery that is meant to plunge its roots
deeply into every area of our lives.
It is a gift to be received and lived.
Pope: Eucharist is a Revolution
Popes Preacher: ‘The Two Bodies of Christ’
Christianity, a Revolution in History

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Wouldn’t it correspond better to the deepest reality and truth about the consecrated bread if even today the faithful would kneel to receive it?

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Bp. Schneider asked “Wouldn’t it correspond better to the deepest reality and truth about the consecrated bread if even today the faithful would kneel on the ground to receive it, opening their mouths like the prophet receiving the word of God and allowing themselves to be nourished like a child?”.

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The Verbum Crucis is the mystery of Christ Himself who is the Word Crucified.

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

From Vultus Christi
http://vultus.stblogs.org/2008/03/verbum_crucis.html

When Saint Paul speaks to us of “the word of the Cross” (1 Cor 1:18),
he is referring not only to an event, and not only to a message.
The Verbum crucis is the mystery of Christ Himself
who is the Word Crucified.

One who contemplates the Holy Face of Jesus gazes upon the Word Crucified.
The image of the Holy Face of Manoppello
draws us into the heart of the Paschal Mystery;
it is an icon of the Word crucified, buried,
and waking to the glory of the Father in the resurrection.

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WDTPRS- Pope Benedict is Changing the Conversation

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Thanks be to God. We pray for Pope Benedict– Ave Maria!
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To Kneel in front of the Eucharist is a profession of freedom

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

On the Feast of Corpus Christi, May 22 2008,

Pope Benedict said:“To kneel in front of the Eucharist
is a profession of freedom: whoever bows before Jesus
cannot and should not prostrate himself before
any earthly power, no matter how strong.
We Christians only kneel before God,
before the Most Blessed Sacrament,
because we believe and know that the one true God is present,
who created the world and loved man so much
that for his sake, he gave his only begotten Son (cfr Jn 3,16).”

REFLECTION: Corpus Christi, Enthroning the Lord
The Eucharist is a mystery that is meant to plunge its roots
deeply into every area of our lives.
It is a gift to be received and lived.
Pope: Eucharist is a Revolution
Popes Preacher: ‘The Two Bodies of Christ’
Christianity, a Revolution in History

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Wouldn’t it correspond better to the deepest reality and truth about the consecrated bread if even today the faithful would kneel to receive it?

Posted on May 24, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Bp. Schneider asked “Wouldn’t it correspond better to the deepest reality and truth about the consecrated bread if even today the faithful would kneel on the ground to receive it, opening their mouths like the prophet receiving the word of God and allowing themselves to be nourished like a child?”.

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