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Christus Regnat Volume 3 Number 2 By Catholic Heritage
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A Journal of Catholic heritage, piety, liturgy, history, biography, culture, and apostolate. Published by St. Conleth's Catholic Heritage Association. Content: Clarifications by the Pontifical... More > Commission Ecclesia Dei, 'Singed' A poem by Fr. David Jones, D.D., 'St. John the Baptist in the Gregorian Rite' By Mr. Des Hannon, 'Brigid and Her Veneration: Two Sequences' By Dr. Sara G. Casey, 'I came not to seek the just' By Msgr. Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, 'Interview with Dom Samuel F. Weber', 'The Irish Liturgical Calendar – Part II (1918 – 1962)' By Ritualist, 'Saint Brigit and the Blessed Virgin MARY' By Dr. Dorothy Ann Bray, 'The Kildare Poems and the Friar who owned them' By Dr. Rhonda Knight, 'Reports on Masses for the Holy Year of Priests' By Various Members< Less
Responsorial Psalms & Gospel Acclamations: Vocalist's Edition By Royce Nickel
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This collection contains settings of the Lectionary Chants for every Sunday in the Roman calendar, the principal solemnities and feasts, and for various rites, including weddings, funerals, and... More > confirmation. The Psalm Responses and Alleluias are set in a simple yet beautiful modal style: melodic simplicity guarantees ease of use for cantor and congregation, while the modal style evokes the beauty of the sacred. For the Alleluias, seven different melodies are provided, changing in the course of the Church year to mark the seasons. The verses to be sung by cantor or choir employ the traditional Gregorian psalm tones. Whereas the psalm settings use the simpler Office tones, the Gospel Acclamation verses feature the more ornate Mass tones, the greater solemnity of style heralding the reading of the Gospel, the high point of the Liturgy of the Word. An appendix provides a scriptural index of the psalm settings for purposes of liturgical planning.< Less
Sunday Morning Prayers for Monday Morning People By Herbert Meza
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This is a limited collection of selected prayers addressing the liturgical seasons of the church; Lent and Easter, Advent and Christmas, as well as the seasons and months of the calendar; especially... More > spring and fall, plus the secular holidays, like Valentine's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Halloween. For all our observances, there is a prayer. Also included at the end of the collection, are seven prayers that were used on special occasions, such as a prayer for teachers, a funeral prayer, the dedication of the John F. Kennedy Library and at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. These prayers run the gamut of human emotions and feelings; there is gratitude, questioning, doubt, hopefulness, despair, anger, repentance, love, and faith; they are an open dialogue with God. As mentioned in the forward of this collection, these are prayers for seeking people who don't have all the answers. Some of the prayers are “traditional,” and some are “edgy.”< Less
Saints In Rome and Beyond By Daniel Thelen
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Within Christian tradition the veneration of relics has happened quite naturally. From the first few moments of Christian history, as the three Marys looked on with surprise upon the empty tomb of... More > Christ, to the most recent martyr, who in their own way suffers and joins him or herself to Christ’s passion, the church has always shown a great desire to provide special dignity to the dead and proper veneration and respect for their remains. The Liturgy in a special way unites the most august celebration of the Eucharist with the memorials of the saints. This not only reflects the eternal union that Christ desires for each of us in heaven but it also expresses the incredible love that God has for his creation. This work attempts to tap into this marvelous reality. By focusing primarily upon the saints of the Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar it is hoped that the pilgrim may in a unique way participate in the Divine Liturgy by visiting the shrines of the saints on their feast days.< Less
Saints In Rome and Beyond By Daniel Thelen
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Within Christian tradition the veneration of relics has happened quite naturally. From the first few moments of Christian history, as the three Marys looked on with surprise upon the empty tomb of... More > Christ, to the most recent martyr, who in their own way suffers and joins him or herself to Christ’s passion, the church has always shown a great desire to provide special dignity to the dead and proper veneration and respect for their remains. The Liturgy in a special way unites the most august celebration of the Eucharist with the memorials of the saints. This not only reflects the eternal union that Christ desires for each of us in heaven but it also expresses the incredible love that God has for his creation. This work attempts to tap into this marvelous reality. By focusing primarily upon the saints of the Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar it is hoped that the pilgrim may in a unique way participate in the Divine Liturgy by visiting the shrines of the saints on their feast days.< Less
Saints In Rome and Beyond By Daniel Thelen
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Within Christian tradition the veneration of relics has happened quite naturally. From the first few moments of Christian history, as the three Marys looked on with surprise upon the empty tomb of... More > Christ, to the most recent martyr, who in their own way suffers and joins him or herself to Christ’s passion, the church has always shown a great desire to provide special dignity to the dead and proper veneration and respect for their remains. The Liturgy in a special way unites the most august celebration of the Eucharist with the memorials of the saints. This not only reflects the eternal union that Christ desires for each of us in heaven but it also expresses the incredible love that God has for his creation. This work attempts to tap into this marvelous reality. By focusing primarily upon the saints of the Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar it is hoped that the pilgrim may in a unique way participate in the Divine Liturgy by visiting the shrines of the saints on their feast days.< Less
Sunday Morning Prayers for Monday Morning People By Herbert Meza
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This is a limited collection of selected prayers addressing the liturgical seasons of the church; Lent and Easter, Advent and Christmas, as well as the seasons and months of the calendar; especially... More > spring and fall, plus the secular holidays, like Valentine's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Halloween. For all our observances, there is a prayer. Also included at the end of the collection, are seven prayers that were used on special occasions, such as a prayer for teachers, a funeral prayer, the dedication of the John F. Kennedy Library and at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. These prayers run the gamut of human emotions and feelings; there is gratitude, questioning, doubt, hopefulness, despair, anger, repentance, love, and faith; they are an open dialogue with God. As mentioned in the forward of this collection, these are prayers for seeking people who don't have all the answers. Some of the prayers are “traditional,” and some are “edgy.”< Less
Sermones de temporis, deque sanctis totius anni By Sanctus Bonaventura
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A reprint of the thirteenth volume of the Vives Opera Omnia of St. Bonaventure, this is a collection of his sermons, comprised of 294 sermons for the regular Dominicæ, feriæ, and feasts... More > of the liturgical year, and 57 sermons for various saints throughout the year.< Less

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