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  • [Catholic Caucus] Liturgical Abuses: Francis Needs to Stop

    03/29/2022 2:44:18 PM PDT · by ebb tide · 14 replies
    Gloria TV ^ | March 28, 2022 | Gloria TV
    [Catholic Caucus] Liturgical Abuses: Francis Needs to StopFather Gerald Murray has discussed Francis’ liturgical abuses during a March 12 Eucharist in the Church of the Gesù in Rome on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the canonisations of Ignatius Loyola, presided by Father Arturo Sosa, the Jesuits’ Superior General.Number 1: Sosa presided while Francis co-presided the Eucharist although the liturgy does not permit a bishop to co-preside a Eucharist with a presiding priest. Murray explains that this flows from the nature of the episcopal office. The bishop is the high priest in his diocese. His priests are co-workers who...
  • Daily Mass Gospel Reflection- Fulfilling

    01/10/2022 1:22:26 PM PST · by MurphsLaw
    Word on Fire Ministry ^ | 01.10.22 | Aux. Bishop R. Barron
    First Week in Ordinary Time Mark 1:14-20 Friends, our Gospel today is Jesus’ inaugural address, setting the tone for the whole of his preaching. Mark tells us that he was proclaiming the Good News of God, and that this was “the time of fulfillment.” Something was being brought to completion. What was it? It was everything that the Old Testament had spoken of. Jesus gathered up in his person everything that Israel was about—and this is why his presence was so compelling and why following him was of paramount importance. This is why he says, “Repent, and believe in the...
  • Chicago Cardinal Heckled and Booed During Pro-Life Rally

    01/10/2022 2:56:07 PM PST · by ebb tide · 15 replies
    Breitbart ^ | January 9, 2022 | Thomas D. Williams
    Chicago Cardinal Heckled and Booed During Pro-Life RallyChicago Cardinal Blase Cupich was booed by a number of pro-life demonstrators at a Chicago rally Saturday for his alleged failure to oppose abortion more vigorously.Some of the protesters at Chicago’s March for Life carried green signs with white lettering that read “Cupich is the culture of death” and one video reproduced a tweet by the cardinal in which he insisted on the sanctity of life “from birth until natural death,” instead of “from conception.”According to a report by Carlos Esteban for infovaticana.com, Cardinal Cupich has tended to shy away from the pro-life...
  • The Predictably Putrid Fruits of Francis’s Ecumenism

    12/06/2021 7:33:48 PM PST · by ebb tide · 5 replies
    The Remnant Newspaper ^ | December 6, 2021 | Robert Morrison
    The Predictably Putrid Fruits of Francis’s Ecumenism A Pew Research Center survey of 6,485 U.S. adults from September 20-26, 2021 (Few Americans Blame God or Say Faith Has Been Shaken Amid Pandemic, Other Tragedies) yielded further evidence that the fruits of Vatican II’s ecumenical experiment have been putrid. The headline findings from the survey included the following:Catholics twice as likely as Protestants to say people who don’t believe in God can go to heaven Most Catholics, but not most Protestants, say some non-Christian religions can lead to eternal lifeDetails of the survey indicate that only 16% of Catholics surveyed...
  • Daily Mass Gospel Reflection - Graceful Giving

    12/01/2021 10:26:09 AM PST · by MurphsLaw
    Word on Fire Ministry ^ | 12-1-2021 | Aux. Bishop R. Barron
    FIRST WEEK OF ADVENT MATTHEW 15:29-37 Friends, in today’s Gospel, Jesus multiplies the loaves and the fishes. There is no better exemplification in the Scriptures of what I have called the loop of grace. God offers, as a sheer grace, the gift of being, but if we try to cling to that gift and make it our own, we lose it. The constant command of the Bible is this: what you have received as a gift, give as a gift—and you will find the original gift multiplied and enhanced. One realizes this truth when one enters willingly into the loop...
  • Daily Mass Gospel Reflection - Thy Kingdom Come

    11/11/2021 7:30:46 AM PST · by MurphsLaw
    Word on Fire Ministry ^ | 11-11-21 | Aux. Bishop R. Barron
    MEMORIAL OF SAINT MARTIN OF TOURS, BISHOP LUKE 17:20-25 Friends, in today’s Gospel, Jesus warns that he, the Son of Man, will come on a day we do not expect. What’s so frightening about the coming of the Son of Man? Why isn’t it just good news? Well, if he is the life, that life which is opposed to him has to give way; and if he’s truth, then false claimants to truth must cede to him; and if he’s the way, then the false ways have to be abandoned. So as we await the Lord’s Second Coming, we must...
  • Sunday Mass Sermon- Trust In The Lord

    11/07/2021 6:30:21 AM PST · by MurphsLaw · 15 replies
    Word on Fire Ministry ^ | 11.07.21 | Aux. Bishop R. Barron
    Todays readings recount the generosity of the widows, the MOST vulnerable, one about to die serving Elijah, the other giving Christ all she had. This Liturgy emphasizes how. As the Bishop says: "Your Being increases, in the Measure that You Give It Away" 14 min. must watch YouTube VideoTrust in the Lord
  • Daily Mass Gospel Reflection- Resisting Fruitfulness

    10/23/2021 10:18:46 AM PDT · by MurphsLaw
    Word on Fire Ministry ^ | 10.23.21 | Aux. Bishop R. Barron
    Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time Luke 13:1-9 Friends, today’s Gospel includes the parable of a fig tree that bears no fruit. This is a standard trope in the theological literature of Israel: the tree that bears no fruit is evocative of the moral person who bears no spiritual fruit. Every single person has a mission: to be a conduit of the divine grace into the world. Planted in God—think of Jesus’ image of the vine and the branches—they are meant to bring forth the fruits of love, peace, compassion, justice, nonviolence. And notice that this should be effortless. The closer...
  • Pope calls for an end to ‘intransigent defense of tradition’

    07/02/2021 6:34:06 AM PDT · by ebb tide · 32 replies
    LifeSite News ^ | June 29, 2021 | Michael Haynes
    Pope calls for an end to ‘intransigent defense of tradition’In his homily for the feast of Saints Peter and Paul, the Pope appeared to compare ‘rigid’ Catholics to St. Paul’s persecution of the ChurchVATICAN CITY, June 29, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — In his homily for the feast of Saints Peter and Paul, Pope Francis has once again launched an attack on so-called “rigid” Catholics, seemingly comparing them to the way St. Paul acted before his conversion, claiming that Paul was freed by God from his “rigid and inflexible” religious zeal.Pope Francis celebrated Mass in the Vatican today — with the largest...
  • The Beiging of Bishop Barron

    03/05/2021 2:52:25 PM PST · by ebb tide · 13 replies
    Crisis Magazine ^ | March 4, 2021 | Eric Sammons
    The Beiging of Bishop BarronBishop Robert Barron first came to fame in the Catholic world for his fight against what he called “beige Catholicism.” The founder of Word on Fire rightly saw that a milquetoast, flaccid expression of Catholicism—so common in parishes across the country and embraced by the liberal elements of the Church—is a death knell for the Church. Barron wrote eloquent articles and produced polished videos reminding Catholics that the Faith is more than the insipid liturgies and watered-down teachings they were being fed each week. Justifiably, his influence grew and eventually he was named the Auxiliary Bishop...
  • Daily Gospel Reading Reflection - Necessary Angels from God

    10/02/2020 1:23:07 PM PDT · by MurphsLaw · 4 replies
    Word on Fire Ministry ^ | 10-02-2020 | Aux. Bishop R. Barron
    MEMORIAL OF THE HOLY GUARDIAN ANGELS MATTHEW 18:1-5, 10 Friends, today we celebrate the Memorial of the Holy Guardian Angels. Well, is it reasonable to believe in angels? Look at the wild variety in the visible universe—the millions of species of animals, the billions of galaxies, the myriad shells that wash up on the seashore, the incalculable number of cells in each human body. Is it likely that, between this staggeringly variegated physical dimension of creation and God, there simply yawns a great ontological abyss? Isn’t it likely to hold that God has manifested at least an equally great creativity...
  • “Steve, what do you think of the Latin Mass?”

    09/29/2020 8:32:06 PM PDT · by MurphsLaw · 2 replies
    Defenders of the Catholic Faith ^ | 09/29/2020 | Steve Ray
    My friend. Thanks for writing. Here is my simple and uncomplicated answer. The Latin Mass is marvelous, a gift of God and the form of the Mass for over a thousand years, and one that Benedict XVI thankfully brought back into wide usage. The whole Church should be grateful and make full use of this liturgical form. I prefer the ad orientem posture of the priest in the Latin Mass, facing east. However, the Novus Ordo Mass is also beautiful and marvelous when celebrated correctly and reverently. They are both valid and beautiful gifts from God. The Latin Mass was...
  • [Barf Alert] Bishop Barron hosts invite-only meeting to discuss 'rad trads,' online vitriol

    08/04/2020 10:15:30 AM PDT · by ebb tide · 19 replies
    National Catholic Reporter ^ | August 3, 2020 | Christopher White
    [Barf Alert] Bishop Barron hosts invite-only meeting to discuss 'rad trads,' online vitriol Los Angeles Auxiliary Bishop Robert Barron hosted an invite-only meeting of Catholic media professionals last week to discuss "disturbing trends in the online Catholic world," including the rise of "radical Traditionalist" movements that are often marked by personal attacks and vitriolic commentary. The private meeting took place July 29 via Zoom and was confirmed to NCR by Brandon Vogt, content director for Word on Fire Catholic Ministries.  Vogt said that the meeting was initiated at his suggestion and had a threefold purpose, to discuss: A "culture of...
  • Swiss bishop describes struggle between John Paul II and Saint Gallen Group

    11/22/2019 4:50:59 PM PST · by ebb tide · 2 replies
    LifeSite News ^ | November 22, 2019 | Maike HIckson
    Swiss bishop describes struggle between John Paul II and Saint Gallen Group November 22, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Ivo Fürer, the retired bishop of Sankt Gallen – who, from 1996 until 2006, hosted the “Sankt Gallen Group” for their yearly meetings in the Swiss town Sankt Gallen – has now written an extensive history of the Council of the European Bishops' Conferences (CCEE), whose key organizers were also closely connected with the Sankt Gallen Group.  Fürer had been the CCEE's general secretary for twenty years, from 1975 until 1995, when he then became the bishop of Sankt Gallen. (Pope John...
  • The Evidence that Pope Francis is a Modernist Heretic

    05/13/2019 7:19:36 AM PDT · by ebb tide · 18 replies
    The Catholic Monitor ^ | April 27, 2019 | Fred Martinez
    The Evidence that Pope Francis is a Modernist Heretic At the Irving Convention Center in Texas on 2013, Pope Francis's closest adviser and collaborator Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga apparently declared himself a Modernist or at the very least at a Neo-Modernist and appeared to claim that Modernism to some extent was Francis's agenda and the "dreams of 'the next Pope": "The Second Vatican Council... meant an end to the hostilities between the Church and Modernism... Modernism was, most of the time, a reaction against injustices and abuses that disparaged the dignity and rights of the person." (Whispers in the...
  • Moritz Moszkowski - Piano Concerto Op. 3 (1874)

    02/01/2016 7:09:26 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 2 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1874 | Composer: Moritz Moszkowski
    Moritz Moszkowski - Piano Concerto Op. 3 (1874) I. Con Spirito - Allegro - 00:00 II. Adagio - 10:31 III. Scherzo - Molto Vivace - 24:00 IV. L'istesso tempo - Allegro con spirito - 31:38 Continued...
  • Dmitri Shostakovich: Symphony No. 7 Op. 60 "Leningrad" (1942)

    01/30/2016 6:45:00 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 6 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1941 | Composer: Dmitri Shostakovich
    Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by/Orquesta Filarmónica Real de Liverpool dirigida por Vasily Petrenko. I. Allegretto (0:00) II. Moderato (Poco allegretto) (28:35) III. Adagio (41:31) IV. Allegro non troppo (1:00:11) Shostakovich’s Seventh is the best known art music piece of WWII, considering half of it was composed through the siege of Leningrad. It is a work that reflects not only the factual actions of the conflict, but also many of its philosophical principles, if there were any. Likely, these are the reasons for its everlasting place in history.
  • Théo Ysaÿe (1865-1918) : Concerto pour piano et orchestre (1907) **MUST HEAR**

    01/26/2016 5:37:01 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 3 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1907 | Théo Ysaÿe
    Théo Ysaÿe (1865-1918) (Belgique) Concerto pour piano et orchestre en mi bémol majeur (1907) **MUST HEAR** Pianist : Francis Duquennois Dir : René Defossez 1- Introduction : Assez modéré et largement (11.46) 2- Scherzo : Animé, pas trop vite (6.47) 3- Andante : Lentement, pas trop (6.02) 4- Finale : Très animé (6.22)
  • Robert Simpson Symphony No.5

    01/14/2016 6:48:01 AM PST · by WhiskeyX · 1 replies
    YouTube ^ | May 3, 1973 | Composer: Robert Simpson
    Robert Simpson Symphony No.5 Handley conducts Simpson 5th with the RPO.
  • Marion Bauer (1882-1955) : Piano Concerto « American Youth » (1943)

    01/05/2016 1:44:16 AM PST · by WhiskeyX · 1 replies
    YouTube ^ | 1943 | Marion Bauer (1882-1955)
    Marion Bauer (1882-1955) (USA) Piano Concerto « American Youth » (1943) Pianiste et direction : Diana Ambache 1- Andante maestoso -- Allegretto -- Vivo (5.54) 2- Andante ma non troppo (4.27) 3- Allegretto (5.31) On collectionCB4 we can also listen to Marion Bauer's « Sun Splendor » symphonic poem (1946).