Archive for July 15th, 2008

"to contemplate, praise and adore in a special way this ineffable Sacrament … the incomparable treasure which Christ has entrusted to his Church"

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(Mane Nobiscum Domine 29)

http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/apost_letters/documents/hf_jp-ii_apl_20041008_mane-nobiscum-domine_en.html

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Your way of acting should be different from the world’s way – Rule of St Benendict

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(Excerpt)

Contemplatio et actio- contemplation and action –
means remaining in the presence of God and doing what is recognised as being His will. This leads us to become deeply rooted in God in accordance with the promise of Our Lord Jesus Christ: everyone therefore who listens to these words of mine and carries them out can be compared to a wise man who built his house upon a rock. (Mt7,24). In this way we remain close to God, who loves us throughout the day. The consciousness of this fact causes unobserved by those around us – an absolute silence to descend with increasing frequency in the inner sanctuary of our soul. It cries out louder than any other voice: my Lord and my God! (J 20,28). Lord You know everything – You know that I love You! (J 21,17). Such a relationship with God – is contemplation.
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Aurea Luce (Hymn z I Nieszporów Uroczystości św. Apostołów Piotra i Pawła)
Aurea luce, hymn for vespers at the feast of Saints Peter and Paul
(ściągnij MP3 )
Monks of the Benedictine Abbey of Tyniec,PL
http://tyniec.benedyktyni.pl/pl/wspolczesny/recordings/choral_songs.asp

Aurea luce et decore roseo lux lucis omne perfudisti seculum decoran ce los inclito man tirio hac sacra die que datreis veniam

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Medieval Music Database- La Trobe University
http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/MMDB/Feasts/l14062900.htm

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Mary and Tony’s Gang – Fr.Daren Z’s WYD08 Blog

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http://maryandtonysgang.blogspot.com/

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EWTN’s Life on the Rock – Fr. Mark Mary – WYD08 Blog

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Today’s Mass Readings and Homily
Power & Witness“Fr. Mark’s World Youth Day Blog

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John 16:8,9,10,11 Come, Holy Spirit! Come

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And when he is come, he will convince the world of sin, and of justice, and of judgment.
John 16:8

Of sin: because they believed not in me.
John 16:9

And of justice: because I go to the Father; and you shall see me no longer.
John 16:10

And of judgment: because the prince of this world is already judged.
John 16:11

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What is the Liturgy of the Hours?

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photo above: Monks of the Benedictine Abbey of Tyniec, PL

The Liturgy of the Hours ( the Divine Office)
(from the Catechism of the Catholic Church)

1174 “The mystery of Christ, his Incarnation and Passover, which we celebrate in the Eucharist especially at the Sunday assembly, permeates and transfigures the time of each day, through the celebration of the Liturgy of the Hours, ‘the divine office.’ This celebration, faithful to the apostolic exhortations to ‘pray constantly,’ is ‘so devised that the whole course of the day and night is made holy by the praise of God.’ In this ‘public prayer of the Church,’ The faithful (clergy, religious, and lay people) exercise the royal priesthood of the baptized. Celebrated in ‘the form approved’ by the Church, the Liturgy of the Hours ‘is truly the voice of the Bride herself addressed to her Bridegroom. It is the very prayer which Christ himself together with his Body addresses to the Father.'”

1176 “The celebration of the Liturgy of the Hours demands not only harmonizing the voice with the praying heart, but also a deeper ‘understanding of the liturgy and of the Bible, especially of the Psalms.'”1178 “The Liturgy of the Hours, which is like an extension of the Eucharistic celebration, does not exclude but rather in a complementary way calls forth the various devotions of the People of God, especially adoration and worship of the Blessed Sacrament.”

SEE ALSO:
http://tyniec.benedyktyni.pl/en/
http://tyniec.benedyktyni.pl/en/vocations/

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St. Bonaventure – DOCTOR SERAPHICUS

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“I do not wish to know Thee, except to love Thee:” and “I shall study Thee solely to love Thee!”

FRIAR MINOR,
MASTER OF PARIS,
MINISTER GENERAL OF THE ORDER OF FRIARS MINOR,
CARDINAL BISHOP OF ALBANO,
FATHER OF THE COUNCIL OF LYONS,
DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH

The Triumph of the Catholic Intelligence: St. Bonaventure, St. Albert the Great, St. Thomas Aquinas, by Msgr. Philip Hughes

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Prayer of St Bonaventure After Holy Communion

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Thanksgiving after Communion

Pierce, O most Sweet Lord Jesus, my inmost soul with the most joyous and healthful wound of Thy love, with true, serene, and most holy apostolic charity, that my soul may ever languish and melt with love and longing for Thee, that it may yearn for Thee and faint for Thy courts, and long to be dissolved and to be with Thee. Grant that my soul may hunger after Thee, the bread of angels, the refreshment of holy souls, our daily and supersubstantial bread, having all sweetness and savor and every delight of taste; let my heart ever hunger after and feed upon Thee, upon whom the angels desire to look, and may my inmost soul be filled with the sweetness of Thy savor; may it ever thirst after Thee, the fountain of life, the fountain of wisdom and knowledge, the fountain of eternal light, the torrent of pleasure, the richness of the house of God. May it ever compass Thee, seek Thee, find Thee, run to Thee, attain Thee, meditate upon Thee, speak of Thee, and do all things to the praise and glory of Thy name, with humility and discretion, with love and delight, with ease and affection, and with perseverance unto the end. May Thou alone be ever my hope, my entire assurance, my riches, my delight, my pleasure, my joy, my rest and tranquility, my peace, my sweetness, my fragrance, my sweet savor, my food, my refreshment, my refuge, my help, my wisdom, my portion, my possession and my treasure, in whom may my mind and my heart be fixed and firmly rooted immovably henceforth and for ever. Amen.

see also
http://www.franciscan-archive.org/bonaventura/sent.html

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Your way of acting should be different from the world’s way – Rule of St Benendict

Posted on July 15, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

(Excerpt)

Contemplatio et actio- contemplation and action –
means remaining in the presence of God and doing what is recognised as being His will. This leads us to become deeply rooted in God in accordance with the promise of Our Lord Jesus Christ: everyone therefore who listens to these words of mine and carries them out can be compared to a wise man who built his house upon a rock. (Mt7,24). In this way we remain close to God, who loves us throughout the day. The consciousness of this fact causes unobserved by those around us – an absolute silence to descend with increasing frequency in the inner sanctuary of our soul. It cries out louder than any other voice: my Lord and my God! (J 20,28). Lord You know everything – You know that I love You! (J 21,17). Such a relationship with God – is contemplation.
***
Aurea Luce (Hymn z I Nieszporów Uroczystości św. Apostołów Piotra i Pawła)
Aurea luce, hymn for vespers at the feast of Saints Peter and Paul
(ściągnij MP3 )
Monks of the Benedictine Abbey of Tyniec,PL
http://tyniec.benedyktyni.pl/pl/wspolczesny/recordings/choral_songs.asp

Aurea luce et decore roseo lux lucis omne perfudisti seculum decoran ce los inclito man tirio hac sacra die que datreis veniam

***
Medieval Music Database- La Trobe University
http://www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/MMDB/Feasts/l14062900.htm

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A few observations – Father Daren Zehnle @ WYD08 – Servant and Steward

Posted on July 15, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |


from WYD08 with his Youth Group
A few observations

A bit behind

Fr. Daren Zehnle’s Blogs :
A Beggar for Love
Inspiring words from Pope Benedict XVI

Yesterday’s Saints Inspiring Tomorrow’s
The Dead Theologians Society, Chapter 517, Effingham, Illinois.
Servant and Steward

Mary and Tony’s Gang
The blog of the World Youth Day 2008 pilgrimage from St. Mary in Marshall, Illinois and St. Anthony of Padua, Effingham, Illinois

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