Monthly Archives: November 2010

Advent, First Weekdays

OK, I’m going to be harsh.  If you have not attended weekday Mass or read what is being read on weekdays, :(!  Weekday readings (and reading from the Liturgy of the Hours, I might add) fill in the good stuff! … Continue reading

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Happy Advent! Let’s Start The Bible Study

The First Sunday of Advent Year A (the year of Matthew) Is 2:1-5  Ps 122:1-9  Rom 13:11-14  Mt 24:37-44 Year B (the year of Mark/John) Is 63:16-17,19b; 64:2-7  Ps 80:2,3,15,16,18,19  ICor 1:3-9  Mk 13:33-37 Year C (the year of Luke) … Continue reading

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The Liturgical Calendar (The Celebration Calendar) Explained

Liturgy means celebrate. Not like “happy, happy, joy, joy” all the time. We celebrate, or participate, in joyful, sorrowful, luminous (or enlightening), and glorious times, right? On this blog we will participate in the Liturgy of the Word, just one … Continue reading

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Ready for Advent?

Try and have your Bible and a purple pencil ready. We will all get “with the program ” ASAP. P.S. The East Bay SPCA has a wonderful program for kitten. Foster Parents nuture, feed, clean, report back for worming, vaccinations, … Continue reading

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Daniel 3:51-87

If your Bible does not have Daniel 3:51-87, goggle it! Talk about a Thanksgiving prayer.

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The 12 Days of Christmas

If you heard me on EWTN radio, I promised I would blog the 12 Days of Christmas, a way to celebrate the time between Christmas and Epiphany. 1. Christmas day is The One, Jesus Christ 2. The Old and the … Continue reading

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The Liturgical Calendar

Instead of reading the Bible from page 1 to page ???, read it according to the seasons of the Liturgical Calendar. Liturgy simply means to celebrate; so celebrate the Word in a beautiful way. Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, and Ordinary … Continue reading

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