Tag Archives: liturgy

The Wilderness Tabernacle, Herodian Temple and the Roman Catholic Mass

After fleeing Egypt, the Hebrew people spent 40 years in the desert under the leadership of Moses. During this time, a portable sanctuary was fashioned that served as a sacred place where sacrifices were offered, and where God would meet with the Israelites. Moses was given divine instruction on how this Wilderness Tabernacle was to… Read More »

Does John 6 support a Catholic understanding of the Eucharist?

In the Gospel of John chapter 6 Jesus is recorded telling his disciples you have to eat my flesh and drink my blood if you want to have eternal life. Doesn’t this support a Catholic understanding of the Eucharist? Let’s read the words of Jesus in John chapter 6 starting in verse 53 he says… Read More »

Sunday Mass September 1, 2019

>>MUSIC>>HAVE MERCY UPON ME OH, LORD. FOR I AM LOOKING TO YOU.>>GOOD MORNING DEAR FRIENDS THIS IS BISHOP JOHN QUINN OF THE DIOCESE OF WINONA, ROCHESTER, AND I WELCOME YOU TO THIS TELEVISED LITURGY.>>FOR ALL OF THOSE THAT WOULD CALL UPON THE NAME OF THE LORD.>>MUSIC>>TURN YOUR EAR, AND LISTEN TO ME, FOR I AM… Read More »

Sunday Mass August 25, 2019

>>[CHANTING]>>[MUSIC] ANINCLINE YOUR EAR UNTO ME, OH, LORD, D ARHEE. M>>GOOD MORNING FRIENDS, THIS IS BISHOP JOHN QUINN OF THE DIOCESE OF WINONA-ROCHESTER. AND I WELCOME YOU TO THIS TELEVISED LITURGY. ♪>>FOR UNTO YOU, DO I CRY ♪ ♪ ALL OF THE DAY. ♪ BLESS THE SOUL OF YOUR SERVANTS, ♪ FOR I LIFT UP… Read More »

Daily Living 25 August 2019 (Luke 13:22-30)

♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪>>Welcome to “Daily Living with Fr. Chapin.” Show is running a bit long, so what do you say we jump right on into it? We are hearing from the Gospel of Luke. “Jesus passed through towns and villages, teaching as he went and making his way to Jerusalem. Someone… Read More »

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time (C) 25th August 2019

Andrew Greeley talks about a young man who had been reported killed in action came home from a prisoner of war camp. His family and his buddies and even his girlfriend had mourned him as dead and then more or less got over their grief. His sudden reappearance was disconcerting, to say the least. They… Read More »

Ep.40: Introduction to Vespers

(Sretensky Monastery choir sings Ps 33/34): I will bless the Lord at every time… Hello! I‘m Sr. Vassa, and once again, I‘m having my coffee here in Vienna, in Austria. Today I‘m having coffee from Guatemala. This coffee was given to me, very kindly, by Mother Yvonne from a convent in Guatemala, that also has… Read More »

IV. Liturgy of the Eucharist – The New Roman Missal for Interpreters

Blessed are you, Lord God of all creation, for through your goodness we have received the bread we offer you: fruit of the earth and work of human hands, it will become for us the bread of life. Blessed are you, Lord God of all creation, for through your goodness we have received the wine… Read More »

The Community of Jesus on Cape Cod

The Community of Jesus is a fellowship of Christian disciples called by our Lord Jesus Christ and dedicated to the honor of His name. Christians living in community is an idea as old as the New Testament itself. The Acts of the Apostles describes the common life shared by the early Christians in Jerusalem. this… Read More »

Roman Catholic Mass Entrance procession explained

As the congregation stands and sings the entrance song, the acolytes, deacon, priest and other ministers move from the back of the Church and slowly advance towards the altar in an ordered ceremonial fashion. The origins of this entrance procession date back at least to the 4th century— a time when Christianity evolved from being… Read More »