Category Archives: Catechesis

Novena to St. Jude

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Richard Becker, RN, MS, MA Associate Faculty, Bethel College, School of Nursing Co-Director of Religious Education, St. Matthew Cathedral  Editors’ note: This post first appeared on God-Haunted Lunatic. Must be said 6 times each day, For 9 consecutive days, Leaving 9 copies in … Continue reading

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Of Eunuchs, Emmaus, and Holy Water Fonts

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Richard Becker, RN, MS, MA Associate Faculty, Bethel College, School of Nursing Co-Director of Religious Education, St. Matthew Cathedral  Editors’ note: This post first appeared on God-Haunted Lunatic. Baptism is enough, it is sufficient to evangelize. ~ Pope Francis Katharine made her First Holy … Continue reading

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Holiness Necessary for Future Blessedness

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“The more numerous are our acts of charity, self-denial, and forbearance, of course the more will our minds be schooled into a charitable, self-denying, and forbearing temper. The more frequent are our prayers, the more humble, patient, and religious are … Continue reading

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Breaking Open the Word: The Season of Easter (Cycle A, Weeks 1-5)

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Rev. Charles B. Gordon, C.S.C. Co-Director, Garaventa Center Contact Author     Easter Sunday The Sequence puts it well, “Death and life were locked together in a unique struggle.  Life’s captain died; now he reigns, never more to die… Christ my … Continue reading

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The Liturgical University

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Reading this account of Christian worship and the University this afternoon. What do folks think: From James K.A. Smith’s Desiring the Kingdom: Worship, Worldview, and Cultural Formation …if we begin from that humans are liturgical animals, and that the Christian social … Continue reading

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Easter Vigil: Hearts Ablaze–The Sacramental Proclamation of the Scriptures

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Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D. Director, Notre Dame Center for Liturgy Editor, Oblation:  Catechesis, Liturgy, and the New Evangelization Editor, Church Life:  A Journal for the New Evangelization Contact Author Hearts Ablaze:  The Sacramental Proclamation of the Scriptures Then he said to them, … Continue reading

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Easter Vigil: The Mystagogical Pedagogy of the Exsultet

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Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D. Director, Notre Dame Center for Liturgy Editor, Oblation:  Catechesis, Liturgy, and the New Evangelization Editor, Church Life:  A Journal for the New Evangelization Contact Author   The Mystagogical Pedagogy of the Exsultet The sun has just set.  Darkness … Continue reading

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Holy Saturday: A Liturgical Celebration of Possibility, The Cosmic History of Christ’s Descent Into Hell

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Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D. Director, Notre Dame Center for Liturgy Editor, Oblation:  Catechesis, Liturgy, and the New Evangelization Editor, Church Life:  A Journal for the New Evangelization Contact Author A Liturgical Celebration of Possibility:  The Cosmic History of Christ’s Descent into Hell … Continue reading

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Holy Saturday: The Cosmic Expansion of Love

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Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D. Director, Notre Dame Center for Liturgy Editor, Oblation:  Catechesis, Liturgy, and the New Evangelization Editor, Church Life:  A Journal for the New Evangelization Contact Author Having a newborn around the house expands your capacity for love.  Not “love” … Continue reading

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Good Friday: Intercessory Prayer and the Confidence of the Cross

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Timothy P. O’Malley, Ph.D. Director, Notre Dame Center for Liturgy Editor, Oblation:  Catechesis, Liturgy, and the New Evangelization Editor, Church Life:  A Journal for the New Evangelization Contact Author   Intercessory Prayer and the Confidence of the Cross Infants and young children … Continue reading

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