ВЕРВИЦЯ ЄДНАЄ | Молитва на вервиці у прямому ефірі

https://youtu.be/XEvBP2LhALM ВЕРВИЦЯ ЄДНАЄ | Молитва на вервиці у прямому ефірі 2 травня молитву на вервиці в рамках ініціативи «Вервиця єднає» буде провадити о. Михайло Крамар з Києва. Початок молитви о 20-00 за київським часом. Молитву на вервиці «Живе телебачення» в прямому ефірі транслює щоденно, починаючи від свята Покрову Пресвятої Богородиці. «Вервиця єднає» – така назва … Continue reading ВЕРВИЦЯ ЄДНАЄ | Молитва на вервиці у прямому ефірі

Mel: The Dome of the Rock isn’t from the 7th century!

https://youtu.be/ei2NaLgTqAw Mel: The Dome of the Rock isn't from the 7th century! Mel's new 'Origins' channel is here: https://www.youtube.com/c/OriginsofIs… Mel is moving back to the Dome of the Rock once again, due to some rather startling, new and exciting research being carried out by A. J. Deus, which, hopefully, will change everything we know, or … Continue reading Mel: The Dome of the Rock isn’t from the 7th century!

Muhammad Failed his Jewish Test – Al Fadi & Rob Christian

https://youtu.be/Jk8hWmTFvWE Muhammad Failed his Jewish Test - Al Fadi & Rob Christian Join Al Fadi and Br. Rob Christian as they discuss Muhammad's failure to meet his Jewish test of his prophethood among other things. When: April 29th - Starting @ 9:00 AM NY Time // 2:00 PM UK Time // 12:00 AM Australia Time. … Continue reading Muhammad Failed his Jewish Test – Al Fadi & Rob Christian

When Our Lady Shows Us Her Immaculate Heart | Living the Fatima Message

https://youtu.be/_X5ozj7YzAk When Our Lady Shows Us Her Immaculate Heart | Living the Fatima Message Please help us spread the saving Message of Our Lady of Fatima.Donate to Our Lady’s Apostolate Today! » https://fatima.org/donate/ Stay up-to-date with The Fatima Center’s current shows by frequenting our website: » https://fatima.org/latest-media/ Or SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel to receive … Continue reading When Our Lady Shows Us Her Immaculate Heart | Living the Fatima Message

Kings In Bible | Animated Children’s Bible Stories | New Testament | Holy Tales Stories

https://youtu.be/wAOJM9Ysgbw Kings In Bible | Animated Children's Bible Stories | New Testament | Holy Tales Stories Old Holy tells kids animated Holy Tales from The Bible. The Holy Tales: Bible Stories is the channel that can teach your children about all Christian Bible stories through animations, songs, nursery rhymes in a fun joyful learning process. … Continue reading Kings In Bible | Animated Children’s Bible Stories | New Testament | Holy Tales Stories

Peoples Trust in Jesus | Animated Children’s Bible Stories | New Testament | Holy Tales Stories

https://youtu.be/y-oyiE3erxQ Peoples Trust in Jesus | Animated Children's Bible Stories | New Testament | Holy Tales Stories Old Holy tells kids animated Holy Tales from The Bible. The Holy Tales: Bible Stories is the channel that can teach your children about all Christian Bible stories through animations, songs, nursery rhymes in a fun joyful learning … Continue reading Peoples Trust in Jesus | Animated Children’s Bible Stories | New Testament | Holy Tales Stories

Chaplet of Saint Dymphna – Patrion Saint of Mental Health

https://youtu.be/GFk9WFffVe8 Chaplet of Saint Dymphna - Patrion Saint of Mental Health Saint Dymphna is the patron saint of stress, anxiety, and mental health disorders. The Saint Dymphna's Chaplet is comprised of 17 beads. Prayers for the intentions of the Holy Father and for Christians are prayed on the first two white beads. The five red … Continue reading Chaplet of Saint Dymphna – Patrion Saint of Mental Health

St Phillip and St James the Less

St. Phillip and St. James St. Phillip and St. James the Less May 03 Sts Phillip and James the Less Feast | അപ്പോസ്തോലന്മാരായ വിശുദ്ധ പീലിപ്പോസ്, വിശുദ്ധ ചെറിയ യാക്കോബ്

Saints Philip and James, Apostles – Feast 

🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 03 May 2022 Saints Philip and James, Apostles - Feast  Liturgical Colour: Red. പ്രവേശകപ്രഭണിതം കര്‍ത്താവ് അവികലമായ സ്‌നേഹത്തില്‍ തിരഞ്ഞെടുക്കുകയുംനിത്യമായ മഹത്ത്വം നല്കുകയുംചെയ്തവിശുദ്ധരായ മനുഷ്യരാണിവര്‍, അല്ലേലൂയാ. സമിതിപ്രാര്‍ത്ഥന ദൈവമേ, അപ്പോസ്തലന്മാരായവിശുദ്ധ ഫിലിപ്പിന്റെയും വിശുദ്ധ യാക്കോബിന്റെയുംആണ്ടുതോറുമുള്ള ആഘോഷത്താല്‍ഞങ്ങളെ അങ്ങ് ആനന്ദിപ്പിക്കുന്നുവല്ലോ.അവരുടെ പ്രാര്‍ഥനകള്‍ വഴി,അങ്ങേ ഏകജാതന്റെ പീഡാസഹനത്തിലുംഉത്ഥാനത്തിലും പങ്കുചേര്‍ന്ന്,അങ്ങേ നിത്യദര്‍ശനത്തില്‍ എത്തിച്ചേരാനുള്ളഅര്‍ഹത ഞങ്ങള്‍ക്കു നല്കണമേ.അങ്ങയോടുകൂടെ പരിശുദ്ധാത്മാവുമായുള്ള ഐക്യത്തില്‍എന്നെന്നും ദൈവമായി ജീവിക്കുകയും വാഴുകയും ചെയ്യുന്നഅങ്ങേ പുത്രനും ഞങ്ങളുടെ കര്‍ത്താവുമായ … Continue reading Saints Philip and James, Apostles – Feast 

Father Stu – My Movie Review

https://youtu.be/BaHaerQ9xK4 Father Stu - My Movie Review Here are my thoughts on Fr Stu and his story, I hope you enjoy! Here is a trailer to the movie Fr Stu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHREz… Catholic DISCOUNT Codes15% off ENTIRE order of Catholic Company with promo code catholicmomhttps://www.catholiccompany.com/Catholic DISCOUNT Codes10% off Entire order of Stay Close to Christ with … Continue reading Father Stu – My Movie Review

Miracle of the Dirt

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Jesus and the Outcast Woman at the Well

https://youtu.be/ordhsDeAt60 Jesus and the Outcast Woman at the Well This scene took many weeks to get right in the script stage.It was worth it.From John 4 and episode 8 of The Chosen… Watch The Chosen on our free app: https://thechosen.tv/appWear The Chosen and go deeper with our study materials: https://thechosengifts.com BingeJesus by subscribing to our … Continue reading Jesus and the Outcast Woman at the Well

Called By Name: An Incredible Chosen Story

https://youtu.be/YmuBh-Dws-s Called By Name: An Incredible Chosen Story You need to hear Meghan’s story. Her emotional journey will inspire you—and move you to tears. After 30 years of being trafficked, Meghan was able to experience the authentic Jesus when a group of friends received her into their lives. We were profoundly impacted by the role … Continue reading Called By Name: An Incredible Chosen Story

HOLY COMMUNION

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The priest takes Holy Communion and then it is extended to others. We are instructed to be in a state of grace for the sacrament. We are to fast from food and beverage for one hour before Communion. This does not include water and medicine. We are permitted to take the sacrament either standing or kneeling. We can receive it either upon the tongue or in the hand. We should always approach the sacrament with piety and devotion, recognizing the one who is present in the Eucharist. There should be a hunger or yearning for the sacrament. The sacrament of the Eucharist is frequently neglected because many fail to fathom its mysterious depths and meaning. Even some parents allow their children to be spiritually malnourished. Too many stay away. Too many no longer believe. Fortunately, there are still many parents mindful of their duty. They believe and extend what they…

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PRAYER AFTER COMMUNION

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As he did with the Collect, the celebrant introduces the Prayer After Communion. He says, “Let us pray.” Any silence and opportunity here for prayer is very brief. It may be enough to say “Thank you, Jesus” but not much more. The priest prays in the name of God’s people, the Church. He prays that the many fruits of the Mass just said will be efficacious. Who can say what miracles are made possible with each and every Mass. The sick are healed. The troubled are given peace of mind and soul. Sins are forgiven. Demons are exorcised. The weak are shielded from harm. We are nurtured and fed by the Eucharist so that we might have God’s life and holiness within us. We make all that has transpired our own by responding, “Amen.”

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FINAL BLESSING & DISMISSAL

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Announcements can be made, especially on Sundays. Then comes the final greeting, “The Lord be with you” and the people respond, “And with your spirit.” Given that the Eucharist is the Risen Christ, the old maxim takes on a heightened significance, “You are what you eat.” Our spiritual food is transformative. Priest and congregants alike are to take the graces of this abiding presence into the world.

The priest blesses the assembled. Just as Mass begins with the sign of the cross, it ends with the same sign: “May almighty God bless you, the Father, and the Son, + and the Holy Spirit.” The admonition of Christ, “Take up your cross and follow me,” finds its realization here. As we go out the church doors, we are all marked with the Cross. That which was once a curse and sign of dreadful foreboding is now extended as a blessing and…

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THANKSGIVING AFTER MASS

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Just as we should come to Mass early so as to reflect upon our intentions and to prepare ourselves; at the end of the Mass we should not depart quickly. Ten minutes or so of reflection can have great spiritual value. We can reflect upon the great mystery within which we have had a part. We are moved by a profound gratitude. The dismissal is not the end of the story. It has been said that given the speed of digestion, for ten or fifteen minutes we are actual living tabernacles of the Blessed Sacrament. Once digested, and the accidents of bread are gone, then the substantial presence passes as well. However, the Lord continues to be present through grace. We are made spiritual temples of the Lord.

A famous Thanksgiving Prayer is that of St. Thomas Aquinas:

I thank You, Lord, Almighty Father, Everlasting God, for having been pleased…

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INTRODUCTORY RITES OF THE MASS

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The Introit Chant or Hymn & Procession

A hymn or expanded Introit chant might accompany the procession to the altar. If it is not recited or sung by the congregation then the priest will recite the antiphon verse at the altar, after the sign of the cross and greeting. The Introit opens the liturgical worship. If not to accompany the procession then it should at least promote congregational unity and help turn minds to the mystery being celebrated.

An example of such an Introit is the following prescribed for Trinity Sunday: “Blest be God the Father, and the Only Begotten Son of God, and also the Holy Spirit, for he has shown us his merciful love.” The antiphon for the Fifth Week in Ordinary time is as follows: “O come, let us worship God and bow low before the God who made us, for he is the Lord our God”…

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LITURGY OF THE WORD

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Readings, Responsorial, Gospel Verse & Gospel

Many Protestant services end where Catholic Masses begin. There are hymns, bible readings, Gospel proclamation, preaching and petitions for the faith community and the world. If there is a communion service it may not be weekly and is directed more toward fellowship than to necessary divine worship. The focus of Christ’s presence for most Protestants is the Word but not the sacrament. Given that Catholics appreciate that the Word prepares us for the Eucharist, I have often been asked, might the Scriptures be sufficient for a saving faith? While the original reformers deliberately broke away from the Catholic Church, many Protestants find themselves by accident of birth in non-Catholic churches through no fault of their own. God understands ignorance and he also knows those who love him. The answer to what is saving is located somewhere between one’s appreciation of the truth and the…

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THE OFFERTORY OR PREPARATION OF THE GIFTS

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There is little in the way of evidence that the early Church gives much thought toward the preparation for the Eucharist. I suppose this should not surprise us as the Gospels say little about the preliminaries of the first Mass or final Seder that Jesus shares with his apostles. Indeed, what we do discover in the Gospel story is first about Judas. We read:

“Now the feast of Unleavened Bread, called the Passover, was drawing near, and the chief priests and the scribes were seeking a way to put him [Jesus] to death, for they were afraid of the people. Then Satan entered into Judas, the one surnamed Iscariot, who was counted among the Twelve, and he went to the chief priests and temple guards to discuss a plan for handing him over to them. They were pleased and agreed to pay him money. He accepted their offer and sought…

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