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"In Jesus Name" is a phrase often used in Christianity, whether by Evangelicals, or by Catholics (we ask this through your son Jesus Christ).  It's used so often, it runs the risk of becoming a cliche.  What does it mean to actually ask something in the name of Christ?  Are Catholics today really asking in Christ's name?

http://catholicexchange.com/the-sunday-propers-give-glory-to-his-praise
In the Introit for the Fifth Sunday after Easter, the Psalmist asks that God’s people “give glory to His praise.”  We normally speak about glorifying God, and giving praise to God, but not much is said about glorifying the praise of God.  Why should we do that?  How do we do it?  Today’s propers can …
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"In Jesus Name" is a phrase often used in Christianity, whether by Evangelicals, or by Catholics (we ask this through your son Jesus Christ).  It's used so often, it runs the risk of becoming a cliche.  What does it mean to actually ask something in the name of Christ?  Are Catholics today really asking in Christ's name?

http://catholicexchange.com/the-sunday-propers-give-glory-to-his-praise
In the Introit for the Fifth Sunday after Easter, the Psalmist asks that God’s people “give glory to His praise.”  We normally speak about glorifying God, and giving praise to God, but not much is said about glorifying the praise of God.  Why should we do that?  How do we do it?  Today’s propers can …
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This Sunday's Mass in the Extraordinary Form talks about Christian joy, and why it's so important.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-joy-saints
What makes the saints so appealing?  Is it the great penances they perform?  Your mileage may vary, but I’ve heard stories of St. Francis rolling around in a bush of thorns and go “now that’s something I want to try!”  Is it their great charity?  Bill Gates has probably given more to charity than most …
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Francis' General Audience today is really relevant to the stuff this group talks about.  Catholic Lane will have commentary on it this Monday!

http://www.zenit.org/en/articles/general-audience-on-man-and-woman
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When we celebrate Divine Mercy, are we simply celebrating forgivness, or something deeper? 
Moved by a desire to remind the world of God’s ever-abundant mercy, St. John Paul II declared that the first Sunday after Easter would be known throughout the Roman Church as Divine Mercy Sunday. Even though traditionalists celebrate according to the 1962 calendar, such rules also apply towards us as well.  Yet in addition to …
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This Sunday traditionalists celebrate Passion Sunday, one of those liturgical celebrations unique to us. As we enter Passiontide and Holy Week, I think this is where the Latin Mass makes it's case as a catechist par excellence.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-passion-sunday
With Passion Sunday, the Church continues her shift in focus away from constant references of penance and mortification, and towards giving us reasons for hope of what happens after said mortification.  As of this Sunday, we will be two weeks away from Easter, where Our Lord and Savior not only conquered death, but made our …
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"In Jesus Name" is a phrase often used in Christianity, whether by Evangelicals, or by Catholics (we ask this through your son Jesus Christ).  It's used so often, it runs the risk of becoming a cliche.  What does it mean to actually ask something in the name of Christ?  Are Catholics today really asking in Christ's name?

http://catholicexchange.com/the-sunday-propers-give-glory-to-his-praise
In the Introit for the Fifth Sunday after Easter, the Psalmist asks that God’s people “give glory to His praise.”  We normally speak about glorifying God, and giving praise to God, but not much is said about glorifying the praise of God.  Why should we do that?  How do we do it?  Today’s propers can …
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This Sunday's Mass in the Extraordinary Form talks about Christian joy, and why it's so important.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-joy-saints
What makes the saints so appealing?  Is it the great penances they perform?  Your mileage may vary, but I’ve heard stories of St. Francis rolling around in a bush of thorns and go “now that’s something I want to try!”  Is it their great charity?  Bill Gates has probably given more to charity than most …
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This Sunday's Mass in the Extraordinary Form talks about Christian joy, and why it's so important.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-joy-saints
What makes the saints so appealing?  Is it the great penances they perform?  Your mileage may vary, but I’ve heard stories of St. Francis rolling around in a bush of thorns and go “now that’s something I want to try!”  Is it their great charity?  Bill Gates has probably given more to charity than most …
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When we celebrate Divine Mercy, are we simply celebrating forgivness, or something deeper? 
Moved by a desire to remind the world of God’s ever-abundant mercy, St. John Paul II declared that the first Sunday after Easter would be known throughout the Roman Church as Divine Mercy Sunday. Even though traditionalists celebrate according to the 1962 calendar, such rules also apply towards us as well.  Yet in addition to …
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When we celebrate Divine Mercy, are we simply celebrating forgivness, or something deeper? 
Moved by a desire to remind the world of God’s ever-abundant mercy, St. John Paul II declared that the first Sunday after Easter would be known throughout the Roman Church as Divine Mercy Sunday. Even though traditionalists celebrate according to the 1962 calendar, such rules also apply towards us as well.  Yet in addition to …
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Kevin Tierney

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This Sunday traditionalists celebrate Passion Sunday, one of those liturgical celebrations unique to us. As we enter Passiontide and Holy Week, I think this is where the Latin Mass makes it's case as a catechist par excellence.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-passion-sunday
With Passion Sunday, the Church continues her shift in focus away from constant references of penance and mortification, and towards giving us reasons for hope of what happens after said mortification.  As of this Sunday, we will be two weeks away from Easter, where Our Lord and Savior not only conquered death, but made our …
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