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OTHER EVENTS YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN... [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

OTHER EVENTS YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN... TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2011 Beyond Catholic-Jewish Dialogue: A New Paradigm for the 21st Century PRESENTER: Rabbi Daniel L. Lehmann, president, Hebrew College, with response by Rev. David C. Michael, pastor, St. Joseph Parish, Needham, and associate director, Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, Archdiocese of Boston LOCATION/TIME: Heights Room, Corcoran Commons, 4:30 p.m. SPONSORS: BC School of Theology and Ministry and the Boston College Center for ChristianJewish Learning INFORMATION: 617-552-6501 orhttp://www.bc.edu/stmce TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2011 The Practices of Discipleship PRESENTER: Terrence W. Tilley, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., Professor of Catholic Theology and chair, theology department, Fordham University LOCATION/TIM E: Heights Room, Corcoran Commons, 5:30 p.m. SPONSOR: BC School of Theology and Ministry INFORMATION: 617-552-6501 or http: //www.bc.edu/stmce FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2011 Breaking Open the Word: Best Prac...

Publication Title: C21 Resources
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CONTRIBUTING PUBLICATIONS [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

CONTRIBUTING PUBLICATIONS INFORMATION FOR EVENTS: www.bc.edu/church2l 617-552-0470 America, the national Catholic weekly magazine, has been published since 1909 by Jesuits in the United States for thinking Catholics and those who want to know what Catholics are thinking. www.americanmagazine.org Liturgical Press began publishing for the Church in 1926 and continues its commitment to providing religious and spiritual resources of relevance and quality to the Christian community. http://www.litpress.org Saint Paul Press was founded to give Christian authors professional publishing options without the cost and hassle of trying to sign with a major publisher. http://www.stpaulpresspublishers.com Continuum International Publishing Croup is an independent academic publisher based in London and New York and publishes around 600 books each year focusing on the Humanities, Education, and Religion. www.conti n u u mbooks.com CHURCH Magazine is an award-winning professional quarterly of pastor...

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Page 17 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011
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CENTERED AROUND THE ARTICLES IN THIS EXCITING ISSUE, A NEW C 27 RESOURCES WORKSHOP THE EUCHARIST: AT THE HEART OF CATHOLIC LIFE OCTOBER 12 - 25, 2011 k BOSTON COLLEGE SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY AND MINISTRY C2i Online ONLINE LEARNING FOR SPIRITUAL ENR I C H M EN T A N D FAITH RENEWAL www.bc.edu/c2lonline jessica.salefski@bc.edu • 800-487-1187

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Ecclesia de Eucharistia [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

Ecclesia de Eucharistia BLESSED JOHN PAUL II In his 2003 encyclical letter, Pope John Paul II discusses the Eucharist in its relationship to the Church. 35. The celebration of the Eucharist, however, cannot be the starting point for communion; it presupposes that communion already exists, a communion which it seeks to consolidate and bring to perfection. The sacrament is an expression of this bond of communion both in its invisible dimension, which, in Christ and through the working of the Holy Spirit, unites us to the Father and among ourselves, and in its visible dimension, which entails communion in the teaching of the apostles, in the sacraments, and in the Church's hierarchical order. The profound relationship between the invisible and the visible elements of ecclesial communion is constitutive of the Church as the sacrament of salvation. 71 Only in this context can there be a legitimate celebration of the Eucharist and true participation in it. Consequently, it is an intrinsic...

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Page 19 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011
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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

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Sacrifice: The Way to Enter The Paschal Mystery [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

Sacrifice: The Way to Enter The Paschal Mystery ROBERT J. DALY, S.J. The Christian understanding of sacrifice begins with the central belief of Christianity, the mystery of the Trinity, and with the central act of Christianity, the Eucharist. The Trinitarian View of Sacrifice our salvation. This, of course, includes Christ's resurrection and sending of the Spirit. But since Christians usually see the sacrifice of Christ as referring especially to his passion and death on the cross, we must look at that more closely. At this point the temptation is strong to approach things backward: that is, to allow non-Christian sacrifice with its emphasis on destruction of a victim to interpret, and thus veil, the deeper meaning of the sacrifice of Christ. For one can easily find in the death of Christ many of the common characteristics of sacrifice in other religions—for example, its material, its agents, and its recipients. Looked at in this backward way, i.e., focusing first on the gift that i...

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Source: Boston College
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How the Eucharist Proclaims Social Justice [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

How the Eucharist Proclaims Social Justice JOHN A. COLEMAN, S.J. The Eucharist Is the Memorial of the Death of Jesus The meal, and the sacrifice, is also a memorial. We commemorate Christ's death and resurrection. We remember why Jesus was put to death —precisely because of the challenging message he preached and lived. Jesus tells people not to look to their own desires, but to regard the needs of others first, being especially concerned about those most in need. In preaching the kingdom, Jesus bids his followers to be concerned at all times with trying to accomplish the will of God in their lives and social interactions, trusting that, thereby, all other needs would be met. He asks us to judge others more by what they do than by their social status. Jesus steadfastly refuses to defend his own rights by any resort to violence (let those who live by the sword die by it, he tells Peter). Instead, Jesus relies on an appeal to conscience. Jesus teaches that, instead of taking revenge, ...

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Source: Boston College
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Remain with Us Lord Mane Nobiscum Domine [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

Remain with Us Lord Mane Nobiscum Domine BLESSED JOHN PAUL II The Eucharist, Principle, and Plan of "Mission" "They set out immediately'" (cf. Lk 24:3 3) 24. The two disciples of Emmaus, upon recognizing the Lord, "set out immediately" (cf. Lk 24:33), in order to report what they had seen and heard. Once we have truly met the Risen One by partaking of his body and blood, we cannot keep to ourselves the joy we have experienced. The encounter with Christ, constantly intensified and deepened in the Eucharist, issues in the Church and in every Christian an urgent summons to testimony and evangelization. I wished to emphasize this in my homily announcing the Year of the Eucharist, based on the words of St. Paul: "As often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes" (1 Cor 11:26). The apostle closely relates meal and proclamation: Entering into communion with Christ in the memorial of his Pasch also means sensing the duty to be a missionary of th...

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Source: Boston College
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Praying the Text: The Eucharistic Prayer in the Assembly [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

Praying the Text: The Eucharistic Prayer in the Assembly GERARD MOORE How should we pray the eucharistic prayer? How can the principles of participation and pastoral application be applied to the eucharistic prayer? Primary Theological Considerations There are four primary theological considerations that have been obscured by the constricted understanding of the eucharistic prayer that history has passed onto us. The first is that the Eucharist is a prayer developed for the Sunday worship of the Church. It is many centuries before Mass on weekdays other than Sunday becomes acceptable, even normal. Sunday is not simply a convenient part of the week. Rather, as can be seen as early as the New Testament resurrection narratives, it is an organizing principle in which are set the key tenets of faith: the resurrection, the messianic meal, the ascension, the sending of the Spirit, the missionary mandate, Thomas' confession of faith, to name a few. 18 The Sunday eucharistic liturgy is the p...

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Source: Boston College
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ADORE TE DEVOTE [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

ADORE TE DEVOTE With all the powers my poor Heart hath Of humble love and loyal Faith, Thus low (my hidden life!) I bow to Thee Whom too much love hath bowed more low for me. Down down, proud sensel Discourses die! Keep close, my soul's inquiring eye! Nor touch nor taste must look for more But each sit still in his own Door. Your ports are all superfluous here, Save that which lets in faith, the ear. Faith is my skill. Faith can believe As fast as love new laws can give. Faith is my force. Faith strength affords To keep pace with those powerful words. And words more sure, more sweet, than they, Love could not think, truth could not say. O let Thy wretch find that relief Thou didst afford the faithful thief. Plead for me, love! Allege and show That faith has farther, here, togo, And less to lean on. Because then Though hid as GOD, wounds writ Thee man. Thomas might touch; none but might see At least the suffering side of Thee; And that too was Thy self which Thee did cover, But here ...

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Source: Boston College
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A Mother Hands on the Eucharist [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

A Mother Hands on the Eucharist KAREN KIEFER We were running late. After gingerly negotiating the baby's car seat and oversized diaper bag through the narrow backdoor of St. Mary's Chapel, we found our way into an empty wooden pew at the back of the church; the noon Mass had already begun. This was our first stop on the way home from the hospital, after giving birth to our first baby daughter, and a chance for us to express our profound gratitude to God. It had been an emotional 72 hours, and I really needed some God time. What I didn't know was that God needed some time with me, too. As I settled our newborn into my arms, everything felt different. I had been to this chapel hundreds of times before, praying for the moment when I would sit in front of His altar with a baby in my arms and my husband by my side. I couldn't believe I was living my dream, and now everything was different. I was a mother and we were a family; a Catholic family, celebrating the gift of the Eucharist toget...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
"THE MASS ON THE WORLD" FROM HYMN OF THE UNIVERSE [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

"THE MASS ON THE WORLD" FROM HYMN OF THE UNIVERSE Since once again, Lord—though this time not in the forests of the Aisne, but in the steppes of Asia—l have neither bread nor wine, nor altar, I will raise myself beyond these symbols, up to the pure majesty of the real itself; I your priest, will make the whole earth my altar and on it will offer you all the labors and sufferings of the w0r1d.... My paten and my chalice are the depths of a soul laid widely open to all the forces which in a moment will rise up from every corner of the earth and converge upon the Spirit. Grant me the remembrance and the mystic presence of all those whom the light is now awakening to a new day. One by one, Lord, I see and love all those who you have given me to sustain and charm my life. One by one, also I number all those who make up that other beloved family which has gradually surrounded me, its unity fashioned out of the most disparate elements, with affinities of the heart, of scientific research, ...

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Source: Boston College
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The Sacrament of Charity Sacramentum Caritatis [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

The Sacrament of Charity Sacramentum Caritatis POPE BENEDICT XVI Adoration and Eucharistic Devotion The intrinsic relationship between celebration and adoration 66. One of the most moving moments of the Synod came when we gathered in St. Peter's Basilica, together with a great number of the faithful, for eucharistic adoration. In this act of prayer, and not just in words, the assembly of bishops wanted to point out the intrinsic relationship between eucharistic celebration and eucharistic adoration. A growing appreciation of this significant aspect of the Church's faith has been an important part of our experience in the years following the liturgical renewal desired by the Second Vatican Council. During the early phases of the reform, the inherent relationship between Mass and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament was not always perceived with sufficient clarity. For example, an objection that was widespread at the time argued that the eucharistic bread was given to us not to be looke...

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Source: Boston College
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An Experience of Adoration [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

An Experience of Adoration AARON PIDEL, S.J. +AMDC+ I suppose my experience of eucharistic adoration is fairly typical of devout Catholics of my generation. Being now only 32 years old, I have no personal memory of those features of pre-conciliar piety that ritualized the sacredness of the Eucharist: 40 hours devotions, Corpus Christi processions, stringent fasting requirements, a strictly demarcated sanctuary, and the exclusively priestly handling of the sacred species and vessels. There being so little sense of privileged transgression at the prospect of drawing close to the Eucharist, my parents had little success inducing me to serve as an acolyte at my home parish. When I first encountered eucharistic adoration, however, I remember stepping into a spiritual atmosphere distinct from what I had known before. To the best of my recollection, this encounter took place when I was a junior in high school, working as a counselor at a summer camp run by the Missionaries of Charity. Occa...

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Source: Boston College
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A Graced Moment: Welcoming the New Roman Missal [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

A Graced Moment: Welcoming the New Roman Missal CARDINAL ROGER M. MAHONY "A faithful friend is a sturdy shelter.... A faithful friend is beyond price." These words from the Book of Sirach (6:15-16) resonate with all who know the joy of friendship. A good friend is someone I know well, someone who knows me well. A faithful friend is a trusted companion who enriches my life, as I do for my friend. For Catholics, the Mass is where our relationship with the Lord, who is much more than a true friend, is nurtured and strengthened. The Mass itself is a "faithful friend" because we know it well, and our participation draws us ever deeper into the grace of the Lord. Later this year we will be introduced to a new translation of the prayers of the Mass in the new Roman Missal. Some are wary of this change—perhaps the most significant change in the liturgy since the reformed liturgy was first introduced after the Second Vatican Council. Such change is never easy, but perhaps a better approach m...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Anaphora of St. John Chrysostom [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

Anaphora of St. John Chrysostom Priest: Let us stand well. Let us stand in awe. Let us be attentive, that we may present the holy offering in peace. People: Mercy and peace, a sacrifice of praise. Priest: The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God the Father, and the communion of the Holy Spirit, be with all of you. People: And with your spirit. Priest: Let us lift up our hearts. People: We lift them up to the Lord. Priest: Let us give thanks to the Lord. People: It is proper and right. Priest (in a low voice): It is proper and right to sing to You, bless You, praise You, thank You, and worship You in all places of Your dominion; for You are God ineffable, beyond comprehension, invisible, beyond understanding, existing forever and always the same; You and Your only begotten Son and Your Holy Spirit. You brought us into being out of nothing, and when we fell, You raised us up again. You did not cease doing everything until You led us to heaven and granted us Your kingdom...

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Source: Boston College
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THE SHAPE OF THE LITURGY [Newspaper Article] — C21 Resources — 1 September 2011

THE SHAPE OF THE LITURGY Was ever another command so obeyed? For century after century, spreading slowly to every continent and country and among every race on earth, this action has been done, in every conceivable human circumstance, for every conceivable human need from infancy and before it to extreme old age and after it, from the pinnacles of earthly greatness to the refuge of fugitives in the caves and dens of the earth. Men have found no better thing than this to do for kings at their crowning and for criminals going to the scaffold; for armies in triumph or for a bride and bridegroom in a little country church; for the proclamation of a dogma or for a good crop of wheat; for the wisdom of the Parliament of a mighty nation or for a sick old woman afraid to die; for a schoolboy sitting an examination or for Columbus setting out to discover America; for the famine of whole provinces or for the soul of a dead lover; in thankfulness because my father did not die of pneumonia; for...

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