Tag Archives: Catholic altar

A Wonder In Our Midst

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. Elias – Father and Leader of the “Order of the Virgin” Move not, O sun (Josue 10.14) !?? Did the sun miraculously stop as it had stopped at the command of Josue of Old? Or the Orient … Continue reading

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To fly the colors of the Immaculata – II

+ J.M.J. Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception “Thou art all fair, O My love, and there is not a spot in thee” (Canticle of Canticles 4.7). The Advent of the Lord and Savior was to open the fount of grace … Continue reading

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A Heart “Black But Beautiful…”

+ J.M.J. I am black but beautiful… therefore the King hath loved me and… brought me into His storerooms (Antiphon of the Office of Matins, from Canticle of Canticles 1.4,3) St. John of the Cross teaches us that “in the … Continue reading

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Sign of Desacralization

+ J.M.J. Tenth Sunday after Pentecost There are diversities of graces… there are diversities of operations, but the same God Who worketh all in all (from the Lesson, 1 Cor. 12.4,6). In Catholic Tradition, Sacraments are, “by ordinance of God, … Continue reading

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In the Royal Court of the “Catholic God”

+ J.M.J. Thursday in the First Week of Lent But God is our King before the ages (Ps. 73.12, from today’s Office of Prime in the Roman Breviary) Only Our Lord can we find in the Immaculate Heart of Our … Continue reading

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“Introibo ad altare Dei” – Traditional Ordinations for “the Order of the Virgin”

+ J.M.J. First Saturday of the Month When God weaned the Hebrew people away from idolatry, He did not destroy altogether the necessity of an altar in directing them to His worship. In fact, He commanded them to set before … Continue reading

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Ordinations for Carmel

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. John of the Cross Doctor of the Church and Father of the Teresian Carmel Laudetur Jesus Christus! We rejoice to share with our followers the call on our Friar to advance farther to the High … Continue reading

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Christian Prayer – “[Asks] Such Things As PLEASE GOD” (II)

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. James, “the Greater” Apostle Send forth Thy light and Thy truth… (Ps. 42.3- DRV) In our previous post, “Christian Prayer… (I)“, God hath sent His mercy (Ps. 56.4) for evils without number have surrounded us (Ps. 39.12). In our … Continue reading

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“Dies Domini”

+ JMJ Saturday in the Easter Week … The Lord’s Day (Apoc. 1.10)   From the Holy Gospel (Jn. 20.1-9) for the day: And on the first day of the week… when it was yet dark… the stone taken away from … Continue reading

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“Abominatio Desolationis”

+ JMJ Thursday in Easter Week When therefore you shall see the abomination of desolation standing in the Holy Place… let them flee to the mountains (Mt. 24.15,16). In the Holy Gospel for today, we hear Mary Magdalene weeping: they have taken away my Lord; … Continue reading

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