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Archive for June, 2011

Video – Variety #138: Lady of All Nations Prayer and Meeting Day 2011

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
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Variety #138 – Bishop Punt, Archbishop Arguelles and Bishop Chisarau ( 05min) >>> Play

Ave Maria!

Here are some video shots of the prayer and meeting day in honor of the “The Lady of All Nations”. These Church approved apparitions of our Lady in Amsterdam, Netherlands are outstanding for right here, right now. They took place from 1945 to 1959 and we are seeing now in 2011 and even before the truth of her words.

Ave Maria!

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Jun 30 – Homily – Fr Dominic: Paul Called by Grace

Thursday, June 30th, 2011
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Homily #110630 ( 04min) Play – Today Fr. Dominic preaches on the life of St Paul and his many journey and labors that he undertook to spread the Gospel and build the early Church. Father emphasizes that he did all this through the grace of God. St Paul himself would only boast in his weakness.
Ave Maria!
Mass: Commemoration of St. Paul – 3rd Cl – Form: EF, Scio Cui
Readings:

1st: gal 1:11-20
Gsp: mat 10:16-22

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Jun 29 – Homily – Fr Dominic: Peter and Paul Human Foundations

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011
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Homily #110629 ( 06min) Play – On the Solemnity of the Apostles Sts. Peter and Paul Fr. Dominic focuses on how the Apostles are the human foundations of the Church and how Jesus established them as such and strengthened them to make them worthy.
Ave Maria!
Mass: Sts. Peter and Paul – 1st Cl – Form: EF, Nunc Scio Vere
Readings:

1st: act 12:1-11
Gsp: mat 16:13-19

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St Irenaeus, Bishop and Martyr

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

One Minute Meditation

For this is why the Word became man, and the Son of God became the Son of man: so that man, by entering into communion with the Word and thus receiving divine sonship, might become a son of God,
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The glory of God gives life; those who see God receive life. Men will therefore see God if they are to live; through the vision of God they become immortal and attain to God himself. God is the source of all activity throughout creation. He cannot be seen or described in his own nature and in all his greatness by any of his creatures. Yet he is certainly not unknown.

Through his Word the whole creation learns that there is one God the Father, who holds all things together and gives them their being. As it is written in the Gospel, “No man has ever seen God, except the only-begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father; he has revealed him.” From the beginning the Son is the one who teacher us about the Father; he is with the Father from the beginning. The Word revealed God to men and presented men to God. Life in man is the glory of God; the life of man is the vision of God. If the revelation of God through creation gives life to all who live upon the earth, much more does the manifestation of the Father through the Word give life to those who see God.

- from Against the Heresies by St. Irenaeus

 

 

O Almighty God, by whose grace and power thy holy bishop and martyr St. Irenaeus triumphed over suffering and was faithful even unto death: Grant us, who now remember him with thanksgiving, to be so faithful in our witness to thee in this world, that we may receive with him the crown of life; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.

 

Jun 28 – Homily – Fr Dominic: Vigil of St Peter and Paul

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011
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Homily #110628 ( 05min) Play – Fr Dominic preaches on how the Apostles Sts. Peter and Paul are representatives of truth given to us by Christ and so represent the gift of infallibility given to the Magesterium of the Church in the Bishops, the successors of the Apostles.
Ave Maria!
Mass: Vigil of the Apostles Sts. Peter and Paul – 2nd Cl – Form: EF, Dicit Dominus
Readings:

1st: act 3:1-10
Gsp: joh 21:15-19

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Video – Face of Pro-Life #137: CT Pro-abortion and Bankruptcy

Monday, June 27th, 2011
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Face of Pro-Life #137 – Zachary Janowski and the cost of anti-life agenda ( 60min) >>> Play

Ave Maria!

Zachary Janowski an investigative reporter for the Yankee Institute for Public Policy and runs the blog Raising Hale and hostess Corinn Dahm cover the government health insurance issues. They discuss how despite the dire financial straights the Connecticut State government is in, they still press ahead with their expensive anti-life agenda.

Ave Maria!

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Jun 27 – Homily – Fr Dominic: The Lord Invites, We Resist

Monday, June 27th, 2011
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Homily #110627 ( 04min) Play – Fr. Dominic preaches on the Gospel message of how God is inviting us to His blessings and it is us who resist it.
Ave Maria!
Mass: Second Sunday after Pentecost – Form: EF, Factus Est Dominus
Readings:

1st: 1jo 3:13-18
Gsp: luk 14:16-24

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Video – Fi News #110: AirMaria Visits Chris Fawcett a Steadicam Operator in Amsterdam

Sunday, June 26th, 2011
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Fi News #110 – On a “Steadiseg” in Amsterdam ( 03min) >>> Play

Ave Maria!

While I was researching Steadicams and Glidecams on the internet, I came across Chris Fawcett, a steadicam operator out of Amsterdam, Netherlands. I emailed him some of my questions, and he responded in a way I wasn’t really expecting; he took me serious and gave me his full attention. I told him we’d be in Amsterdam and asked if we could stop by? So on one of the days that we had partially open I called him. He made us some good coffee, gave us tips on how to operate a steadicam; what’s good for the back and what’s not, showed and let us try some of his very expensive media equipment, including his “Steadiseg”. He also gave us a tour of his side of Amsterdam, took us to a deli and bought us lunch. Fantastic sandwiches, washed down with a cold coke.

Chris and a friend of his invented a knee controller for the Segway that makes it possible to operate a camera in a very versatile way while moving. The day that we were driving back to England, Chris was shooting a music video on the streets of Amsterdam for one Holland’s top music artist.

May our Lady watch over and protect our new atheistic friend.

Ave Maria!

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Jun 26 – Homily – Fr Tito: Eat My Flesh and Drink My Blood

Sunday, June 26th, 2011
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Homily #110626t ( 08min) Play – This is what God has done for us that we may share in His Divine life.
Ave Maria!
Mass: Corpus Christi – 1 – Form: OF
Readings:

1st: deu 8:2-3, 14-16
Resp: psa 147:12-13, 14-15, 19-20
2nd: 1co 10:16-17
Gsp: joh 6:51-58

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The Bread from Heaven

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Ave Maria Meditations

Let us be renewed so that we may thus attend the new feast of the new Lamb, for today we shall not be feasting on the flesh and blood of brute animals as the Jews did, but on God himself, on our Lord Jesus Christ who was sacrificed as our Passover. He is our new, completely sufficient, and rich banquet.

 

This banquet is new because of its nature; it is free from the staleness of sin, which is shown because it imparts its own newness to us if we eat it worthily. It is completely sufficient because Christ was sacrificed as the one true victim offered once for all in place of the many prefigurative and inadequate victims offered over and over in accordance with the Law. For although Christ is sacramentally offered, sacrificed, and broken daily on many altars, he was in fact sacrificed only once as the one true victim, for Christ, having risen from the dead, dies no more. And whereas the many sacrifices of the Jews – their sacrifices for sin, their peace offerings, their votive offerings, their victims – were insufficient, Christ is a sufficient sacrifice for everything and for everyone: to atone for sins, restore peace between God and humankind, win a hearing for human prayers, and overcome enemies.

 

Finally, this banquet is a rich one because our Lord Jesus Christ is, as it were, “fat” with the fullness of grace, charity, and mercy. He is the fatted calf which the father ordered to be slain when his son returned from the land of unlikeness. So now that we have been invited to this new, bountiful, and rich banquet, let us be careful to do as the wise man says: If you sit at a lavish table, know that you must prepare a sim­ilar one. Since we have been invited to the table of Christ, let us prepare a similar one for him: let us love him as he has loved us, humble ourselves for him as he humbled himself for us, and be ready to die for him as he died for us.

 

Ralph the Fervent  (+1101) was a priest in the diocese of Poitiers, France.

Video – The Eucharist: Your Greatest Gift – Dr. Miravalle: Mcasts127

Sunday, June 26th, 2011

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MaryCast Specials #127 ( o9min) Play – In this Episode Dr. Miravalle describes how the Eucharist is our greatest gift and how Our Lady is related to it. He describes the Eucharist as the greatest self-giving that even God can give and makes possible the greatest intimacy that we can have here on earth.

To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: marycast@airmaria.com

Ave Maria!

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Jun 26 – Homily – Fr Dominic: Most Blessed and Important Sacrament

Sunday, June 26th, 2011
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Homily #110626 ( 13min) Play – On the Solemnity of the Most Blessed Sacrament Fr. Dominic preaches on the central importance that the Eucharist holds in our lives and in the Church. When we see this through the eyes of Faith then we will bring back some of the public celebration of this feast in the form of Eucharistic processions and adoration.
Ave Maria!
Mass: Corpus Christi – Solemnity – Form: OF
Readings:

1st: deu 8:2-3, 14-16
Resp: psa 147:12-13, 14-15, 19-20
2nd: 1co 10:16-17
Gsp: joh 6:51-58

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Jun 25 – Homily – Fr Dominic: Doing God’s will with Docility

Saturday, June 25th, 2011
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Homily #110625 ( 05min) Play – We are called to be perfectly obedient to the will of God with joy and docility.
Ave Maria!
Mass: St. William – 3 – Form: EF, Os Iusti
Readings:

1st: sir 45:1-6
Gsp: mat 19:27-29

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Jun 24 – Homily – Fr Angelo: St. John the Baptist the Last Prophet

Friday, June 24th, 2011
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Homily #110624 ( 07min) Play – Besides the birth of our Lord and His blessed Mother the only saint’s birth that the Church celebrates in the liturgy is that of St. John the Baptist, the last of prophets. We see in St. John a great example of dignity and humility.

Ave Maria!

Mass: Birth of St. John the Baptist – – Form: EF, De Ventre Matris

Readings:

1st: isa 49:1-3, 5, 6, 7

Gsp: luk 1:57-68

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Video – The Lady of All Nations – Dr. Miravalle: On Location of the Apparitions

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

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MaryCast Specials #126 ( 10min) Play – Dr. Miravalle reads from the messages of “The Lady of All Nations” just outside the apartment where the apparitions took place and from here we go to the place that the Lady has chosen for the church to be built.

To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: marycast@airmaria.com

Ave Maria!

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