Category Archives: Mass

Sounds of Silence

“Be Still and know that I am God”  (Psalm 46:10)   In order to hear God’s voice and to feel His presence, we need to enter into a state of profound silence especially when we pray. Last Sunday I arrived about … Continue reading

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It is Divine

The Liturgy that is. The Vatican has approved a new translation of the Roman Missal, the text for the order of the Mass. It is closer to the original which is in Latin.  It is hoped that it will help … Continue reading

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Sacraments: The Ordinary Way to Encounter Jesus Christ

Yesterday we celebrated The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi).  Corpus Christi celebrates the institution of the Eucharist, by Christ, on Holy Thursday. If you are interested in the history go here: Many … Continue reading

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“Do not let your hearts be troubled:: 6th Sunday of Easter

I am too tired to write an original post and my  favorite deacon did not give a homily this weekend. So here is one from Deacon Greg Kandra (from my birthplace New York). A blessed Mother’s day to all!

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Training for Mass

An interesting analogy from Deacon Curtis Turner at the Archdiocese of Washington (DC) Blog: Recently, I had invited a friend of mine who had fallen away from the Church to come to Mass. It was probably the first time he … Continue reading

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