Tag: eucharist

Fr. Beavis and Fr. Butt-head?

Explanation here.

True Worship

“True worship, whether vocal or silent, is offering one’s self to God = body, mind and soul – for the doing of His will. The fruit of worship is an increasing awareness of the Inward Light [i.e. the Holy Spirit], an experience of God’s love and a fresh understanding of the two great commandments: ‘You …

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Out of Line?

Fr. Hamilton at Catholic Ragemonkey has posted an interesting anecdote about a non-Catholic who tried to receive Holy Communion from him. While I agree with most of his points, something he said at the end disturbed me. "[T]he line for Holy Communion is only for those actually receiving Holy Communion…[and] is not for blessings of …

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Merry Christmas

May the Lord bless you all on this day as we recall when the Bread of Life, with which the Good Shepherd feeds His sheep, was placed in a manger (a trough for animal feed) and the faithful said to one another, “Come. Let us adore Him.”.

Pencils Down

This one one irks me. An archbishop in Brisbane, Australian has spoken out against what he calls “spying in church”. He wants people to stop taking notes of liturgical abuses. To a certain extent, I understand where he’s coming from. Sacrifice and worship should be the focus of the mass, not keeping track of every …

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