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1 - May 2013 - Reflection: Pentecost: opening our minds to truth and our hearts to love, Bishop Arthur Serratelli(Subscribers only - please login to view)
In the Sacraments most especially in the Eucharist the love of Christ turns our hearts from our own desires to God and to the good of others and makes us one.
2 - May 2013 - Church unity and the Anglican Ordinariate, Archbishop Gerhard Müller(Subscribers only - please login to view)
This is demonstrated perhaps most clearly in Article Three of Anglicanorum coetibus which grants the faculty to celebrate the Eucharist and the other sacraments the Liturgy of the Hours and other celebrations according to the liturgical books proper to the Anglican tradition.
3 - Apr 2013 - Reflection: Easter: the centrality of faith in the risen Christ, Fr Dennis Byrnes
We believe that God is present in the Sunday Mass assembly in the Word proclaimed and preached and supremely present in his Body and Blood the Eucharist.
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95 ISBN 978-0-38534-640-5 In Memory of Me Christine McCarthy In Memory of Me is directed at upper secondary level students those being received into the Church and anyone wishing to know more about the Eucharist.
5 - Apr 2013 - Returning beauty and sacredness to churches, Art Lohsen
Sacred space The Sisters of Life consulted with a classically trained architect established their priorities engaged Catholic community service labour and re-fitted patrimony from local diocesan warehouses and facilities and the Mary Mother of the Eucharist Chapel was dedicated by Cardinal Dolan on 11 February 2013 just six months from the start.
6 - Apr 2013 - Vocations: Australia's vocations springtime continues into 2013, Br Barry Coldrey
When I arrived as Rector the first action I took was to introduce Eucharistic Adoration on Thursday evenings.
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00 ISBN 978-0-85244-503-2 In Memory of Me Christine McCarthy In Memory of Me is directed at upper secondary level students those being received into the Church and anyone wishing to know more about the Eucharist.
8 - Mar 2013 - Women priests and bishops: Anglicanism's crisis of identity, David Wetherell
In the sacrament of the Mass or Eucharist and the ordination of its male clergy (to which women priests are claimed to be successors) the mother Church of England during the Reformation drew on the Calvinist and Lutheran thinking imported from the Continent which was uppermost in the theology of Archbishop Thomas Cranmer author of the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) (1549) and the more overtly Protestant Ordinal (Ordination Service) of 1550 and revised BCP of 1552.
9 - Feb 2013 - Reflection: The cathedral: symbol of Christ's authoritative teaching, Bishop Michael Kennedy
When Jesus says know that I am with you always yes to the end of time we know that this refers to a number of different modes of his continuing presence amongst us: through his Holy Spirit; in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist; and whenever two or more gather in his name.
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00 ISBN 978-0-85244-478-8 In Memory of Me Christine McCarthy In Memory of Me is directed at upper secondary level students those being received into the Church and anyone wishing to know more about the Eucharist.
11 - Feb 2013 - Events: iWitness Retreat: a celebration of young adult Catholic faith, Br Barry Coldrey
Included in the 2012 retreat program were Morning Office (using beautifully prepared booklets) daily Mass the Forty Hours Eucharistic Adoration inspirational talks and wide-ranging discussions.
12 - Feb 2013 - Adoration: Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration embraced by Brisbane parish, Kate Hobbs
The idea of Eucharistic adoration being synonymous with the new evangelisation was the message we took to heart after attending Adoration 2011 an adoration conference in Rome organised by the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist a new foundation in Southern France.
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00 ISBN 978-0-85244-761-1 In Memory of Me Christine McCarthy In Memory of Me is directed at upper secondary level students those being received into the Church and anyone wishing to know more about the Eucharist.
14 - Dec 2012 - A different fire: Vatican II and the new evangelisation, Archbishop Mark Coleridge
This is a claim made more boldly and frequently in the Christian East than the Christian West but traces of it are found in the Roman Missal where addressing God in the Third Eucharistic Prayer we say for example We shall become like you.
15 - Dec 2012 - Catholicism: The Year of Faith: time to revisit the Catechism of the Catholic Church Church, Audrey English
A look at the Catechism section on the Eucharist should increase our knowledge and love of the Mass; and it may also help those who have difficulty understanding transubstantiation (CCC1376).
16 - Dec 2012 - News: The Church Around the World
Excommunication means you are not in communion with the ecclesial community to which you openly claim to belong by doing something that puts you outside communion and therefore you cannot participate in the Eucharist he explained.
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00 ISBN 978-0-85244-761-1 In Memory of Me Christine McCarthy In Memory of Me is directed at upper secondary level students those being received into the Church and anyone wishing to know more about the Eucharist.
18 - Nov 2012 - Books: CATHOLICISM: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith, by Fr Robert Barron, Michael Gilchrist
Distinctive teachings In this masterfully condensed book the author manages to enlighten the reader on every significant facet of Catholicism while like Fulton Sheen a half century ago writing (or speaking) in an attractive easy to grasp style without short-changing any subject whether it be the existence of God the Incarnation or the Eucharist.
19 - Nov 2012 - Letters: People of God, John Frey
One reality is church and the other is its members not through a sociological adherence but through incorporation in this Body of Christ through Baptism and the Eucharist.
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95 ISBN 978-0-85244-724-6 I the Lord Am With You Always Compiled by Christine McCarthy This book as Cardinal Pell puts it is a wonderful collection of prayers meditations and reflections on the reality of Our Lord in the Eucharist.
21 - Oct 2012 - Letters: Christian unity, Andrew Sholl
You will of course notice that it is only the apostolic churches of the east and west which fully believe in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist; and there are of course Anglo-Catholics who also hold this belief.
22 - Oct 2012 - The Year of Faith and true unity of faith, Cardinal Raymond Burke
It is interesting to note that in his first Encyclical Letter Redemptor Hominis Blessed Pope John Paul II confronted the abuse of general confession and general absolution of the essentially personal encounter with Christ in the Sacrament of Penance reminding us both of the right of the penitent to such an encounter and the right of Christ Himself and that in his last Encyclical Letter Ecclesia de Eucharistia he urgently addressed abuses of the Churchs discipline regarding the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist.
23 - Oct 2012 - Anglican Ordinariate: Melbourne ordinations: historic day for Church in Australia, Peter Westmore
It authorised the Ordinariates to celebrate the Holy Eucharist and the other Sacraments the Liturgy of the Hours and other liturgical celebrations according to the liturgical books proper to the Anglican tradition which have been approved by the Holy See so as to maintain the liturgical spiritual and pastoral traditions of the Anglican Communion within the Catholic Church as a precious gift nourishing the faith of the members of the Ordinariate and as a treasure to be shared.
24 - Sep 2012 - Books: A COMPANION TO CATHOLIC EDUCATION, by Leonardo Franchi (Editor), Gerard O'Shea
In our own country a 2006 investigation into the attitudes of Generation Y found that less than 3% of recent graduates from Catholic schools participated regularly in the Sunday Eucharist while r elativism was identified as their predominant philosophy namely that an individuals views and preferences provided they harm no-one else should not be questioned or constrained and that spiritual or religious beliefs and practices are purely personal lifestyle choices which are in no way necessary.
25 - Sep 2012 - Letters: Old Testament, Fr Brian Harrison OS
Not one of them for instance mentions the Eucharist or any other sacrament except Baptism.
26 - Sep 2012 - Letters: Article of faith?, Jean-Leon Shanks
Is it possible that the people who say Dogma of Transubstantiation are referring to the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist?
27 - Sep 2012 - Letters: Appreciation, Frank O'Connor
It is incorrect to say that appreciation of the Eucharist is not enkindled by belief in the doctrine of transubstantiation as explained by John Young in the May AD2000.
28 - Sep 2012 - Letters: Achilles' heel, Fr John George
That nonCatholic churches dont uphold Catholic dogma on the Eucharist is surely not Dr Mobbs best argument against transubstantiation.
29 - Sep 2012 - Australian Catholic Students Association Conference 2012, Br Barry Coldrey
Fr David Nugent of the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist a recently established Congregation in the Diocese of Frejus-Toulon in the south of France led a Holy Hour before the Blessed Sacrament and groups of students maintained all-night adoration.
30 - Aug 2012 - Letters: Real Presence, Theo Jorna
Instead of trying to explain what the doctrine means and how it can enhance ones devotion to the Blessed Eucharist as it has with me they would rather put it into the Who cares?
31 - Aug 2012 - Letters: Transubstantiation, John Young
Frank Mobbs (July AD2000) responding to my article in the May issue finds it difficult to see how anyones appreciation of the Eucharist could be enkindled by belief in the doctrine of transubstantiation .
32 - Aug 2012 - Marriage: Archbishop Hickey: the Eucharist and the Christian family, Archbishop Barry Hickey
The Holy Father points to the role of the Eucharist in the life of the family.
33 - Aug 2012 - Vocations: Australian religious Sisters: 'In the true spirit of Vatican II', Kate Cleary MGL
Charismatic in flavour while also deeply contemplative with a strong love of the Eucharist we especially depend on our two hours of adoration before the Blessed Sacrament each day to fire our mission to Gods little ones.
34 - Aug 2012 - News: The Church Around the World
Zenit News Agency Vatican II: Eucharistic adoration and processions Benedict XVI says the Second Vatican Council did not reject Eucharistic adoration outside of Mass.
35 - Jul 2012 - Books: ANSWERING THE ANTI-CATHOLIC CHALLENGE, by Robert M. Haddad, Angela Schumann
Collits also explains the meaning of the Eucharist as the most intimate form of contact with God.
36 - Jul 2012 - Letters: Communion reception, Ken Bayliss
The late British writer Michael Davies wrote that according to The Universe (then Britains largest Catholic weekly) Pope Paul has given permission for Holy Communion in the hand because he believes as do the bishops that it will emphasise the sacred nature of the communicant as a temple of the Holy Spirit as well as the sacred nature of the Eucharist as the Body and Blood of Our Lord.
37 - Jul 2012 - Letters: Transubstantiation, Frank Mobbs
It is difficult to see how anyones appreciation of the Eucharist could be enkindled by belief in the doctrine of transubstantiation as insisted upon by John Young (The Churchs dogma of transubstantiation May AD2000).
38 - Jul 2012 - Austrian Chancellor's son: How faith helped to survive the Nazis, Michelle Baumann
One time he recounted he was able to smuggle the Eucharist to his father in the concentration camp.
39 - Jun 2012 - Reflection: Benedict XVI: Pentecost and the Church's universality, Pope Benedict XVI
With baptism and confirmation we are given this gift in a specific way and with the sacraments of the Eucharist and penance it is continually repeated: the Lord breathes a breath of life into our soul.
40 - May 2012 - Letters: Genuflection, John Frey
In the Eucharist the Church believes in Christs real presence under the Eucharistic species through transubstantiation ( Catechism of the Catholic Church 1413 1376).
41 - May 2012 - The Church's dogma of transubstantiation, John Young
One who holds this view may insist that Christs real presence in the Eucharist must be believed as an article of faith while the way in which he is present has not been determined by the Churchs magisterium but is left open to debate by theologians.
42 - Apr 2012 - Art: Icons: linking the spiritual and material, Aidan Hart
In the Eucharist we offer not grapes and wheat but bread and wine.
43 - Apr 2012 - Pro-Life: Albury hosts well-attended Family Life International conference, Wanda Skowronska
There were other inspiring speakers at the conference including Sister Moira Debono a member of the Religious Sisters of Mercy of Alma Michigan and a lecturer at Notre Dame University in Sydney; Fr Terence Mary Naughtin OFM a counsellor of those with various addictions especially those involved with homosexuality; Sister Yvonne Berecry from the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart who was a missionary in Papua New Guinea and is now a Helper in Sydney; Fr John Rizzo from the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter who has worked in Australia and New Zealand and who spoke of the demonic presence of abortion contrasted with the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist; Fr Peter Murphy who completed his doctorate at the Urban University in Rome and is now parish priest at Lavington Albury; Fr Scott Armstrong a parish priest in Wagga and doctoral candidate at the John Paul II Institute in Melbourne; and Fr Greg Jordan a Jesuit priest whose activities in evangelisation are so numerous that they would take several pages to list.
44 - Apr 2012 - Vocations: Australia's seminary numbers continue their growth, Br Barry Coldrey
After the Eucharist the men have breakfast and proceed to their various lectures until lunch time.
45 - Apr 2012 - Homily: Holy Thursday: 'With the Eucharist the Church is born', Pope Benedict XVI
With the words I have eagerly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer (Lk 22:15) Jesus began the celebration of his final meal and the institution of the Holy Eucharist.
46 - Mar 2012 - Books: The Spiritual Legacy of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, by Rev. Charles P. Connor, Michael Daniel
The final chapters explore Sheens thoughts on prayer the Virgin Mary marriage the Eucharist and priesthood.
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Hardon SJ The late Father John Hardon was one of Americas foremost theologians and here he provides a telling antidote to the loss of faith in recent years in Jesus real presence in the Eucharist.
48 - Dec 2011 - Reflection: Advent faith, Christmas and the Pope's call to evangelise, Fr Dennis Byrnes
the spiritual reality of his body on earth: the Eucharist and the Church ( Jesus Christ 1966).
49 - Nov 2011 - Reflection: The Church's architecture: faith translated into vision, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
Unfortunately the theological emphasis on the liturgy as action has often led to the removal of the Eucharist from a central position in the church.
50 - Nov 2011 - Letters: Islam, John Frey
The church that fulfills herself in the celebration of the Eucharist is essentially a community of brothers.
51 - Oct 2011 - Reflection: Benedict XVI's Final Mass homily for World Youth Day, Pope Benedict XVI
In this celebration of the Eucharist we have reached the high point of this World Youth Day.
52 - Oct 2011 - Pastoral care: One of the Catholic Church's best kept secrets, Marie Mason
Through the two apostolates of Courage and EnCourage people can join a group of others who wish to live a pure life of chastity and holiness within the great tradition of the Catholic Church form chaste friendships and share their struggles and triumphs with priestly guidance and the regular offer of the sacraments of Penance and Eucharist.
53 - Oct 2011 - Episcopacy: Cardinal Pell: the responsibilities of Church leadership, Cardinal George Pell
It is remarkable the number of people in Australia who think of the sacraments in a Protestant way: they think only of two of Baptism and the Eucharist.
54 - Sep 2011 - Reflection: Proper church etiquette: a public witness of faith, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
In some places reverence to the Eucharist is withheld when the mandated rituals of purification of the sacred vessels after Communion are laid aside for a more casual disposal of the fragments of the Eucharist and the remains of the Precious Blood.
55 - Aug 2011 - Bishop Conley on the new Missal translation: 'The very words of God', Bishop James Conley
In the process the language of our Eucharistic worship - so rich in scriptural allusion poetic metaphor and rhythmic repetition - came to be flattened out and dumbed down.
56 - Jul 2011 - Universae Ecclesiae: Vatican document strengthens use of the traditional Latin liturgy, Fr Glen Tattersall
This means that Communion in the hand lay Ministers of the Eucharist and female altar servers remain forbidden for Extraordinary Form celebrations.
57 - Jun 2011 - Books: HEART OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE: Thoughts on Holy Mass, by Pope Benedict XVI, Michael Daniel
Central to his reflections is the fact that the Eucharist is an intimate encounter with Christ because communicants receive Christ himself.
58 - Jun 2011 - Books: JESUS OF NAZARETH: Holy Week, by Pope Benedict XVI, Fr Glen Tattersall FSSP
It is clear that at the Last Supper Our Lord instituted the Holy Eucharist and the Priesthood of the New Covenant.
59 - Jun 2011 - Letters: Catholic religious education: some grassroots views, John Morissey
A school Mass is described as a Eucharist and the less said the better about preparation for receiving Communion.
60 - Jun 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
We welcome the opportunity this affords to renew our faith in the Eucharist and in all aspects of its celebration Bishop Joseph Toal of Argyll amp; the Isles head of the bishops liturgy commission said in a statement to Scottish priests.
61 - Jun 2011 - Australia's Anglican Ordinariate on track, Bishop Peter Elliott
Then they make a Profession of Faith and receive the Sacraments of Christian Initiation (in practice Confirmation and the Eucharist).
62 - Jun 2011 - Why Pope Benedict removed Toowoomba's dissenting bishop, Michael Gilchrist
He said We may well need to be much more open towards other options for ensuring that Eucharist may be celebrated.
63 - May 2011 - Reflection: The Resurrection: ultimate meaning of our existence, Fr Dennis Byrnes
Holy Spirit Every liturgical action especially the celebration of the Eucharist and the sacraments is an encounter with Christ our light.
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He explores the biblical historical and theological dimensions of the Eucharist.
65 - May 2011 - Liturgy: Welcome to the new translation of the Missal, Audrey English
In our parish churches the large number of retirees who attend daily Mass is a witness to our love for the Eucharistic Sacrifice.
66 - May 2011 - Interview: International Conference on Eucharistic Adoration in Rome, Father Florian Racine
The following is the shortened text of an interview with Father Florian Racine founder of the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist in the Diocese of Frjus-Toulon France.
67 - Apr 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency Fast-growing US religious teaching order One of the fastest growing orders of women religious in the United States is expanding to California where the Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist took over administration of a Sacramento Catholic school in 2011.
68 - Apr 2011 - Homily: Pope Benedict XVI's Holy Thursday homily, Pope Benedict XVI
From it came the new gift brought by him and so it lives on for ever in the Blessed Eucharist in which down the ages we can celebrate the new Passover with the Apostles.
69 - Mar 2011 - Books: Theophilos: A Novel, by Michael O'Brien, Michael Daniel
Thus there are clear references to the Assumption of Mary and the use of incense in the Eucharist.
70 - Mar 2011 - A bishop and his priests: united in truth with Christ, Fr John O'Neill
Presumably sincere educated and experienced men are in strong opposition to each other and in vital matters which are of the essence of our Catholic Faith even such things as the Resurrection of Christ the nature of the Eucharist Christian morality content of religious education and many more.
71 - Mar 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
It added that these three months would be devoted to an in-depth catechesis on the Eucharist and renewed devotion in the manner of its celebration.
72 - Feb 2011 - Young children: never too early to love God, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
After receiving her First Holy Communion she wrote Dear Jesus in the Eucharist I am so very very happy that you have come into my heart.
73 - Feb 2011 - Key issues of ecumenism: new Vatican president's assessment, AD2000 Report
Orthodox churches In regard to the Orthodox Cardinal Koch explained The definition that is most adapted to Orthodox ecclesiology is Eucharistic ecclesiology a concept developed above all by exiled Russian theologians in Paris after World War I in clear opposition to the centralism of the papacy of the Roman Catholic Church.
74 - Feb 2011 - Liturgical rights of Catholics must be upheld, Fr Martin Durham
Vatican Instruction This was spelt out in the Vatican Instruction on the Eucharist (Redemptionis Sacramentum 25 March 2004).
75 - Feb 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
Can we be happy to celebrate first communion services which put people into debt for thousands of Euro he asked while neither the children nor their parents have been led to a true understanding of the Eucharist and the Church?
76 - Dec 2010 - Letters: Eucharistic faith, Anna M. Silvas
Personally I find it incredible that any Catholic-minded Anglican who looks intently at the progressive deformation of the Eucharistic Prayer by Cranmer could seriously believe in the validity of Anglican orders even provisionally.
77 - Dec 2010 - Youth: Another successful Australian Catholic youth initiative, Br Barry Coldrey
Their intense faith and passionate style made each audience member feel Gods personal call to a life of holiness: prayer silence the Word of God daily examen and the Eucharist.
78 - Nov 2010 - Saints: Blessed John Henry Newman: why he is worthy of canonisation, Frank Mobbs
Whilst an Anglican clergyman in charge of a parish in Oxford he introduced weekly early Communion (Eucharist) services on Sundays.
79 - Nov 2010 - Vocations: Priestly and religious vocations upsurge in the US, Tim Drake
The Dominican order too - both male and female - is experiencing what Sister Joseph Andrew Vocation Director with Mary Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor Michigan describes as a spiritual explosion.
80 - Oct 2010 - Good priests: the Church's essential foot soldiers, Cardinal George Pell
Its effects are renewed by each celebration of the Eucharist the memorial of the passion death and resurrection of the Saviour.
81 - Sep 2010 - Books: MEETING JESUS AND FOLLOWING HIM: A Retreat, by Cardinal Francis Arinze, Br Barry Coldrey
then you revisit the great enduring themes of the Christian life: sin and conversion the Paschal Mystery the Scriptures Church communion and mission prayer and the Eucharist the role of Mary .
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Among the host of topics covered are Gods existence the problem of evil life after death the Eucharist and the divinity of Christ.
83 - Aug 2010 - Foundations of Faith: The Sacrament of Penance: whatever happened to confession?, Br Barry Coldrey
However when the time for communion arrives almost all the congregation receives the Eucharist including many inactive Catholics.
84 - Aug 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
Benedict XVI: catechesis of the Eucharist needed Addressing participants at the convention for the Diocese of Rome in the Basilica of St John Lateran on 16 June Benedict XVI said that the Eucharist was not sufficiently understood by many Catholics hence a more profound knowledge of the mystery of the Body and Blood of the Lord was needed.
85 - Aug 2010 - Troubled future of the Church in Ireland, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
The Church is not a collection of individuals who worship when they feel the need; the Church is fundamentally a worshipping community founded in and nourished by the Eucharist.
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Among the host of topics covered are Gods existence the problem of evil life after death the Eucharist and the divinity of Christ.
87 - Jul 2010 - Books: CONVINCED BY THE TRUTH: Embracing the Fullness of Catholic Faith, John Fleming, John McCarthy
I finally make brief reference to that part of Father Flemings new publication which includes chapters on the Sacrifice of the Mass and the Real Presence in the Eucharist.
88 - Jul 2010 - Events: Leading US Catholics to visit Australia
He is to give a talk titled Our Lady the Eucharist and Islam and will sign his books.
89 - Jun 2010 - Passover: Understanding the Jewish traditions behind the Catholic Mass, Gabrielle Walsh
The breaking of the bread and the institution of the Eucharist are also heralded in this passage.
90 - Jun 2010 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: The Eucharist: the background to Vatican II's liturgical reforms, Br Barry Coldrey
The Eucharistic Prayer (Roman Canon) was said silently by the priest but a server rang a bell before and at the Consecration so that all could give their attention to the central action of the Mass.
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90 ISBN 978-0-89870-558-4 Celebrating the Holy Eucharist Francis Cardinal Arinze Nigerian-born Cardinal Arinze recently retired Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments provides a concise authoritative outline of key aspects of the celebration of the Mass.
92 - May 2010 - Foundations of Faith: The Mass: early centuries to Vatican II, Br Barry Coldrey
We saw in the previous two articles in this series on the celebration of the Eucharist (Mass) that at the Passover meal before His passion death and resurrection Jesus consecrated the bread and wine into His own Body and Blood and gave the Apostles their first communion.
93 - May 2010 - Parish life: A youth apostolate that works, Fr John O'Neill
Of course the Lord in the Eucharist is the source of all this true beauty of young life.
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90 ISBN 978-0-89870-558-4 Celebrating the Holy Eucharist Francis Cardinal Arinze Nigerian-born Cardinal Arinze recently retired Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments provides a concise authoritative outline of key aspects of the celebration of the Mass.
95 - Apr 2010 - Real Presence: Eucharistic Adoration: ultimate weapon of spiritual warfare, Fr Martin Durham
Ultimate weapon There is however an ultimate weapon and it should be obvious: the sacrament of sacraments namely the Blessed Eucharist which is not just something but somebody a person the risen Christ body blood soul and divinity.
96 - Apr 2010 - Foundations of Faith: How do Catholics relate to non-Christians?, Fr Dudley Perera OMI
Here there are seven sacraments whereas other Christian denominations have fewer perhaps only Baptism and Eucharist.
97 - Mar 2010 - Courage: A Catholic psychologist exposes 'gay' myths, Marie Mason
Individuals with SSA are encouraged to find healing intimacy with God as Father Son and Holy Spirit to get to know Our Lady and the saints to meditate on Scripture to pray the Rosary daily to adore our Lord in the Eucharist etc.
98 - Feb 2010 - Books: FIRES OF FAITH: Catholic England Under Mary Tudor, by Eamonn Duffy, Bishop Peter J. Elliott
Reserving the Eucharist in a pyx suspended above the altar had only made the Sacrament vulnerable to acts of sacrilege.
99 - Feb 2010 - Foundations of Faith: Celebrating the Eucharist during the early Christian centuries, Br Barry Coldrey
We saw in the previous article that the developing Eucharistic liturgy - deeply influenced by the Jewish synagogue service - had two parts.
100 - Feb 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
He will deliver two addresses speaking on ecological conversion and faith in Jesus Christ and Eucharist and ecology.
101 - Dec 2009 - Books: THE MASS AND THE SAINTS, by Thomas Crean OP, Br Barry Coldrey
Available from Freedom Publishing) Father Thomas Creans new book The Mass and the Saints is a collection of carefully selected passages from saints and other great spiritual writers from throughout the ages about the Mass the Eucharist and the liturgical worship of the Church.
102 - Dec 2009 - Foundations of Faith: The Eucharist: what the Old and New Testaments tell us, Br Barry Coldrey
Jesus instituted the Eucharist in the context of and at the end of the annual Jewish Passover meal.
103 - Nov 2009 - Reflection: The Feast of All Souls and the Communion of Saints, Fr Dennis Byrnes
Specifically the way we have participated in Sunday Mass received the Eucharist tried to remain faithful to our state of life in marriage vows or ministry tried to share our faith and seen Christ in others is the same way we shall die.
104 - Nov 2009 - Books: THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD: Essays Catholic and Contemporary, by John Haldane, Tracey Rowland
In his Apostolic Exhortation Sacramentum Caritatis (2007) Pope Benedict wrote that everything related to the Eucharist should be marked by beauty.
105 - Nov 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
The function of the clergy is essential and irreplaceable in announcing the Word and celebrating the Sacraments especially the Eucharist.
106 - Oct 2009 - Letters: Liturgy reform, Paul Martin
The reservation of the Eucharist is a special grace given to the Catholic (and some other Christian) Churches.
107 - Oct 2009 - Priesthood: Why the Catholic Church cannot ordain women, Kathleen Wood OAM
The priest is also given authority to exercise the Seven Sacraments of the Church among them the Sacrament of Penance the Anointing of the Sick and the Holy Eucharist all three being crucial to the everyday life of the Church.
108 - Oct 2009 - Priestly Identity: Renewing the priesthood in the Year for Priests, Fr Anthony Denton
Into this situation have come the positive effects of the Pontificate of John Paul II with a prodigious output of papal teaching on topics that most effect the day to day belief of Catholics: the Eucharist the sacrament of Penance the centrality of faith in Christ the meaning of suffering to name but a few.
109 - Sep 2009 - Reflection: The centrality of the tabernacle, Bishop John M. D'Arcy
Therefore the place where the Eucharistic species are reserved marked by a sanctuary lamp should be readily visible to everyone entering the church.
110 - Sep 2009 - Campus Life: Brisbane hosts 2009 Australian Catholic Student Association Conference, Br Barry Coldrey
On Friday night the Latin Mass Community led by Father Greg Jordan presented Mass in the Extraordinary Rite for those Conference delegates who wished to attend a second Eucharist after a busy day.
111 - Sep 2009 - Christian Life: Courage and EnCourage: a chaste lifestyle for the same-sex attracted, Marie Mason
I expected the emphasis of the conference to be on homosexuality and it was to a great extent but the overriding theme was the determined struggle by men and women to follow Jesus suffering and crucified risen from the dead and present in the Holy Eucharist and in each person on earth.
112 - Sep 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
They inquire about whether daily Mass and frequent confession are a priority for sisters and how an order expresses the Eucharist as the source of their spiritual and communal life.
113 - Aug 2009 - Foundations of Faith: Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone): a recipe for doctrinal chaos, Dr Frank Mobbs
We find extracted from the Bible the following beliefs: that modern Israel must be defended from the claims of dispossessed Palestinians; God wants the restoration of the British Empire; that there are only three sacraments; the Church should not be ruled by bishops; that sacraments are not important (Salvation Army); and laymen can celebrate the Eucharist.
114 - Jul 2009 - Books: The Catholic Church and the Bible, by Peter Stravinskas, Br Barry Coldrey
The most useful material deals with the Biblical basis of the Mass in which the central canon of the Eucharist is enshrined in a Liturgy of the Word which owes much to the Jewish synagogue service.
115 - Jul 2009 - Foundations of Faith: Galileo: heretic or hero? What are the facts?, Noel Roberts
Inchofer writes: It immediately follows from the opinion of Galileo that in the Eucharist the accidental properties do not remain without the substance of the bread.
116 - May 2009 - US Catholics leaving the Church in droves: what can be done?, Fr Joseph A. Sirba
They need to be shown that Scripture alone is not enough and that we need the Eucharist and the rest of the Sacraments as well.
117 - Apr 2009 - Conversion: Peter has spoken through Leo: why I became a Catholic, Michael Daniel
For example St Ignatius of Antioch writing early in the second century stated that heretics called Docetists refused to receive Communion because they denied the Eucharist was the body of Christ due to their disbelief in the Incarnation.
118 - Apr 2009 - Foundations of Faith: The Mass and private devotions in Catholic life, Br Barry Coldrey
Among the Churchs more conspicuously promoted devotions are Eucharistic devotions the Divine Mercy devotion and veneration of Mary as the Mother of God.
119 - Feb 2009 - Books: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS: Pope Benedict XVI, Siobhan Reeves
He advises a child whose parents do not take him to Mass and explains what good it does for our everyday life to go to Mass speaking expressively of the presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.
120 - Feb 2009 - Foundations of Faith: Protestant Reformation: origins and beliefs, Frank Mobbs
Luther produced a new doctrine of the Eucharist but most importantly rejected the authority of the Catholic Church.
121 - Feb 2009 - Vibrant retreat: Young adult ministry builds on WYD: iWitness Conference in Sydney, Br Barry Coldrey
There was daily Mass morning and evening prayer from the Divine Office all-night Eucharistic Adoration a candle-lit Rosary in the outdoor amphitheatre led by Cardinal Pell inspirational talks wide-ranging discussions and question-and-answer sessions.
122 - Dec 2008 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: Which Church did Jesus establish with his authority?, Frank Mobbs
I can join the Ebionites who insist on Jewish practices have a written Gospel of their own and celebrate the eucharist without wine.
123 - Dec 2008 - Bishops' Synod on Bible concludes: Pope working on Apostolic Exhortation, AD2000 Report
Though the liturgy of the Word is a privileged place for encountering Christ they caution that it must not be confused with the liturgy of the Eucharist.
124 - Nov 2008 - What happened then: what matters now - Swithun Wells, martyr of England, Rosemary Lucadou-Wells
Eucharist It might well have continued an idyllic existence for the Wells but something else was happening to Swithun.
125 - Nov 2008 - Anima Women's Network: giving 'heart' to women of faith, Anna Krohn
Anima Conferences have addressed issues such as the relationship of women and children St Theacute;rse and her experience of depression the theology of the body the destructive reality of trafficking and prostitution positive strategies for stress the vital role of women in building a Culture of Life Mary and the Eucharist the healing touch of Christ and women and the question of authentic feminine beauty.
126 - Nov 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
The new consultants all share Benedicts thinking on liturgical reform and include Monsignor Nicola Bux professor at the Theological Faculty of Puglia (Southern Italy) and author of several books on liturgy especially on the Eucharist.
127 - Oct 2008 - Foundations of Faith: Recent Marian apparitions and the life of the Church, Br Barry Coldrey
and the Eucharist as the centre of Christian worship.
128 - Oct 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
If a person who has been admonished persists in public mortal sin and attempts to receive Communion the minister of the Eucharist has the obligation to deny it to him.
129 - Oct 2008 - Response: Archbishop Bathersby's concerns over rebel Brisbane parish, Michael Gilchrist
Archbishops letter In one bulletin what passes for a Eucharistic Prayer - with regular recitations by the congregation - includes the following: We bring wine made by many peoples work from an unjust world where some have leisure and most struggle to survive.
130 - Sep 2008 - Foundations of Faith: Priesthood and the sacraments: Divine help for eternal salvation, Br Barry Coldrey
It is official Catholic teaching defined by the whole Church at the Council of Trent (1562) that Jesus ordained the Apostles priests when he instituted the Eucharist at the last Supper on the night before his Passion and death.
131 - Sep 2008 - WYD08: A reflection on WYD, Tim Cannon
But it was as Peters Successor said the words of consecration that I received a special grace of faith for suddenly it dawned on me: if the presence of the Holy Father can inspire such excitement in our hearts how much more so should the presence of Christ in the Eucharist thrill us to our very core!
132 - Aug 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
He was criticised by a few US bishops in 2004 when he announced he would not administer the Eucharist to a Catholic politician who supported abortion.
133 - Jul 2008 - Reflection: The Real Presence: 'an essential element of the deposit of faith', Bishop Arthur Serratelli
One of the major divisions between Catholics and Protestants is the Eucharist.
134 - Jul 2008 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: Jesus: how do we know he was God?, Br Barry Coldrey CFC
However at the Last Supper (before his passion and death) Jesus told them to repeat the Eucharist as he had done and after his resurrection he told them to baptise in his name and gave them the Holy Spirit to inspire them in continuing with his mission.
135 - Jun 2008 - Reflection: Benedict XVI on the mystery of the Body and Blood of Christ, Pope Benedict XVI
On Holy Thursday a Eucharistic procession is also held with which the Church recalls Jesus departure from the Cenacle for the Mount of Olives.
136 - May 2008 - Reflection: How to recover a sense of the sacred at Mass, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
Lost the awesome mystery of the Eucharist as Christs sacrifice on the cross.
137 - May 2008 - Youth: Eucharistic devotions: revival in Melbourne, Br Barry Coldrey
Many of the young Australian pilgrims at World Youth Day in Montreal 2000 were energised by the intense devotion to Christ in the Eucharist which they observed among the vast crowds in Canada.
138 - May 2008 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: What are the basics of Catholic belief and practice?, Lucy Tucker
They are the ones in possession of the truth (in this particular case the truth about the correct celebration of the Eucharist).
139 - May 2008 - Summorum
Pontificum: Benedict XVI's Latin Mass document: a parish priest's response, Fr Andrew Wise
The image is also one of priest and people on a pilgrim journey moving towards the Lord who in turn comes to meet them in the Eucharistic sacrifice and ultimately in its fulfilment at the Parousia.
140 - May 2008 - Two changes: Bishop Jarrett explains upcoming Mass changes, Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
The Holy See has approved an English translation of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal which guides the way we celebrate the Eucharist and accompanies the third Latin edition of the Missale Romanum.
141 - Mar 2008 - Reflection: Benedict XVI on Lent: 'authentic conversion to the love of Christ', Pope Benedict XVI
The Fathers of the Church considered these elements as symbols of the sacraments of Baptism and the Eucharist.
142 - Mar 2008 - Letters: 'Re-ordered' churches, Brian Tooley
Pope John Paul II said many times that the Blessed Eucharist is the source and summit of our Faith.
143 - Dec 2007 - Reflection: May we deepen our longing for the Lord's coming, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
Every celebration of the Eucharist is a straining towards the goal a foretaste of the fullness of joy promised by Christ (cf.
144 - Dec 2007 - Books: THE CATHOLIC PRIESTHOOD AND WOMEN by Sara Butler MSBT, Paul Woodbury
Just as bread and wine are essential to the integrity of the Eucharist so is maleness to the sacrament of Orders.
145 - Dec 2007 - Letters: Pope's Masses, Paul Martin
On 22 February 2007 as your journal has noted Benedict XVI issued an Apostolic Exhortation Sacramentum Caritatis which proceeded from the discussions of the Synod of Bishops on the Mystery of the Eucharist of October 2005.
146 - Dec 2007 - Church History: Interesting aspects of ecumenical councils, Frank Mobbs
At the thirteenth session which produced important doctrine on the Eucharist there were 54 Fathers.
147 - Dec 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
The person selected and the community are exhorted to pronounce together the words of the institution of the Eucharist: Pronouncing these words is not thought to be the sole prerogative of the priest.
148 - Nov 2007 - Reflection: Benedict XVI on Sunday Mass: 'not a command, but an inner necessity', Pope Benedict XVI
That was the answer given in the year 304 by Christians from Abitene in present-day Tunisia when they were caught celebrating the forbidden Sunday Eucharist and brought before the judge.
149 - Nov 2007 - Books: Books available from AD Books
95 Jesus Our Eucharistic Love Fr Stefano M.
150 - Nov 2007 - Books: Catholicism and Fundamentalism by Karl Keating: essential reading in apologetics, Valerie Renkema
I found there was an emphasis on marriage and family life the sanctity of human life and works of charity all of which are essential along with a personal commitment to Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.
151 - Nov 2007 - Prayer: John Paul II and the Rosary, Fr. M. Durham
Jesus instituting the Eucharist and the ministerial priesthood at the Last Supper.
152 - Nov 2007 - Australia's Missionaries of God's Love congregation continues to grow, Mary Pidcock
They are profoundly centred in the Eucharist with a deep commitment to Eucharistic adoration both in their own personal lives and in their ministry.
153 - Oct 2007 - Books: Books available from AD Books
95 Jesus Our Eucharistic Love Fr Stefano M.
154 - Oct 2007 - Sacred space: Sydney seminar promotes improved church architecture and art, John O'Brien
For further details of the Architects Association contact John OBrien (email available from AD2000) or Fr Timothy Deeter Director the Liturgy Office of the Archdiocese of Sydney Art says Benedict XVI in his recent Apostolic Exhortation on the Eucharist Sacramentum Caritatis should play a key role especially in church architecture which should highlight the unity of the furnishings of the sanctuary such as the altar the crucifix the tabernacle the ambo and the celebrants chair offering a fitting space for the celebration of the mysteries of faith especially the Eucharist.
155 - Oct 2007 - Queensland: Liturgy in Brisbane and the rights of the laity, Michael Apthorp
Then one could hope that as the Instruction puts it (Sections 11-12) the perplexity confusion sadness disharmony and vigorous opposition of the People of God caused by liturgical abuses would be assuaged and the Eucharist would once again truly stand out as a sacrament of unity.
156 - Oct 2007 - More of the same: Retired Sydney bishop calls for a radical overhaul of the Catholic faith, Michael Gilchrist
Here perhaps a vote on the real presence in the Eucharist might be a possibility for starters.
157 - Oct 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
The World Apostolate of Fatimas program Children of the Eucharist invites school children and all children around the globe to gather before the Blessed Sacrament and follow a simple program of prayer for peace in families and around the world generally.
158 - Sep 2007 - Books: Books available from AD2000
95 Jesus Our Eucharistic Love Fr Stefano M.
159 - Sep 2007 - Rome reaffirms Vatican II's teaching on 'one true Church', Frank Mobbs
Article 2 gives defining marks of this Church including: it is the one which possesses the Eucharist and Christs commandment to love one another and was taught ruled and sanctified by Peter and the Twelve is taught and given the sacraments and is governed by the Pope and the bishops - successors of Peter and the Twelve.
160 - Aug 2007 - Books: AD2000 Books
95 Jesus Our Eucharistic Love Fr Stefano M.
161 - Aug 2007 - Catholic students' joyful encounter with the Church's sacred music treasury, Gabrielle Walsh
Where charity and love areEacute; is based on the antiphons sung during the ceremony of the Washing of the Feet at the Mass of the Last Supper on Holy Thursday and as it is included in this particular Mass it is closely connected with the Eucharist.
162 - Aug 2007 - Catholics and the pornography epidemic, Bishop Robert Finn
For us as Catholics the Mass and the worthy reception of the Eucharist are the font from which we draw our spiritual strength and the highest expression of our worship and thanks to God.
163 - Aug 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
The Vatican document makes a further distinction between Orthodox churches that have preserved valid sacraments and should be recognised as sister churches and Protestant groups that have not preserved the Eucharistic presence.
164 - Aug 2007 - Lex orandi: Benedict XVI's liturgical armistice: 'Summorum Pontificum', Fr Glen Tattersall
This will gain traction as the generational change identified as a key issue by the Pope in his letter to the bishops gathers pace: It has clearly been demonstrated that young persons too have discovered this liturgical form that of 1962 felt its attraction and found in it a form of encounter with the Mystery of the Most Holy Eucharist particularly suited to them.
165 - Jul 2007 - Reflection: Bishop Robert Finn on what it means to be a Catholic priest, Bishop Robert Finn
Above all be filled with wonder and awe at the mystery of the Holy Eucharist from which flows the life of the Church and which is the primary source of the priests pastoral love (Presbyterorum Ordinis no.
166 - Jul 2007 - Priesthood: Praying for priests: The Society of Christ Priest and Victim, Barry O'Brien
The fifth decade of the Mysteries of Light the Institution of the Blessed Eucharist at the Last Supper.
167 - Jul 2007 - Why truth and charity are inseparable, Alice von Hildebrand
Is it unimportant to believe or not to believe that Christ is present in the Holy Eucharist?
168 - Jul 2007 - Interview: He could no longer explain why he wasn't Catholic, Tim Drake and Francis Beckwith
I was not entirely convinced by all his arguments but he did raise some issues about the Church Fathers and the Catholic doctrines of the Eucharist and infant baptism that led me to more scholarly sources.
169 - Jun 2007 - Reflection: Pentecost, the Holy Spirit and the Eucharist, Fr Dennis Byrnes
It is in the Eucharist that we hear the promptings of the Holy Spirit which are the essential source for the continuation and reinvigoration of the faith of the Church today as it has been since the first Pentecost.
170 - Jun 2007 - The Caroline Chisholm Library: Melbourne's hidden treasure, John Young
Between the series of talks there is a weekly discussion group each Wednesday afternoon from one till two which has dealt with questions such as Judaism and Christianity the Churchs teaching authority the Eucharist original sin and the knowledge Christ had while on earth and moral issues.
171 - Jun 2007 - Obituary: A tribute to natural family planning pioneer, Dr John Billings, RIP, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
Across the long years of his earthly life he was nourished by the Holy Eucharist.
172 - Jun 2007 - Editorial: Sacred music: an integral part of worship, Michael Gilchrist
In his recent Apostolic Exhortation on the Eucharist Benedict XVI emphasised the importance of suitable sacred music.
173 - May 2007 - Reflection: Teaching children about the Eucharist, Audrey English
As Pope Benedict stated in his inaugural address in 2005 the Eucharist must remain central.
174 - May 2007 - Books: The Heresy Of Formlessness: The Roman Liturgy and Its Enemy, by Martin Mosebach, Tim Cannon
His passion derives from a clearly evident and devout love of the Mass and particularly of its culmination in the sacrifice of the altar the sacrament of the Eucharist.
175 - May 2007 - The importance of 'holy things' for one's Christian faith, Andrew Kania
Especially perverse were their acts of sacrilege against the reserved Eucharist with tabernacles broken and the Hosts thrown down to be trampled upon.
176 - May 2007 - Vocations: New religious communities flourishing in the United States, Fr James Lloyd
It is most interesting to note that these enthusiastic vigorous educated young women want a structured life centring around the Eucharist and community prayer.
177 - May 2007 - Education: How to fix Australia's Catholic schools and colleges, Br Barry Coldrey
At a Graduation Eucharist the faculty and students may attend and stream forward to Communion but dont live as practising Catholics throughout the year.
178 - May 2007 - Documents: Benedict XVI's new document on the Eucharist - Sacramentum Caritatis, Michael Gilchrist
Benedict XVIs long-awaited Apostolic Exhortation on the Eucharist Sacramentum Caritatis (The Sacrament of Love) was released on 13 March.
179 - Apr 2007 - Belief: Christian-Muslim dialogue: major stumbling blocks, Fr Richard Umbers
But as we had moved on from the days when we had orders of weepers and sent the catechumens away from the Liturgy of the Eucharist I could not see anything wrong with people of other faiths coming to our church.
180 - Apr 2007 - Rockhampton Lenten program: 'whatever that might mean', AD2000 Report
But Jesus made numerous demands of his Apostles and disciples for example John chapter 6 (on the Eucharist); and what about If you love me you will keep my commandments!
181 - Apr 2007 - Editorial: Benedict XVI's document on the Eucharist, Michael Gilchrist
Benedict XVIs long-awaited apostolic exhortation on the Eucharist was released on 13 March as this journal went to press.
182 - Mar 2007 - Letters: Modesty of dress, Greg Byrne
I think that its about time modesty of dress was an issue especially modesty of dress at Mass and for Ministers of the Eucharist.
183 - Mar 2007 - Leadership: The scandal of Australia's anti-life Catholic politicians, Marcel White
Meanwhile Turnbull offers comments on his website about the latest papal encyclical the Eucharist and the liturgy and quotes passages from Scripture.
184 - Mar 2007 - Formation: Continuing growth of Sydney's Catholic Adult Education Centre, AD2000 Report
A seminar on Rosarium Virginis Mariae which introduced the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary was so popular that it was repeated in numerous parishes in several dioceses as was a seminar on the encyclical Ecclesia de Eucharistia.
185 - Feb 2007 - Letters: Shared guilt, Errol Duke
This needs a concerted effort to promote the importance of Sunday Mass and the Eucharist as the key legacy left by Jesus for our salvation.
186 - Feb 2007 - The Church and the environment: address the moral pollution first, Wanda Skowronska
And we need to tune into the greatest universal protocol of all the Eucharist Christ-with-us and remember that this is the basis of any cosmic web of life the ultimate in interconnectedness the basis of all ecological conversions.
187 - Feb 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
Vatican Information Service Liturgy ruling: translate pro multis as for many In November the Vatican ruled that the Latin phrase pro multis should be rendered as for many in all new translations of the Eucharistic Prayer.
188 - Dec 2006 - Letters: Church teaching, Mark Moriarty
I subsequently wrote hundreds of lessons for catechists and teachers based on this syllabus including Penance Eucharist and Confirmation programs.
189 - Dec 2006 - Letters: Vatican guidelines on Holy Communion for politicians, Vincent Bemowski
The politicians pastor should meet with him instructing him about the Churchs teaching informing him that he is not to present himself for Holy Communion until he brings to an end the objective situation of sin and warning him that he will otherwise be denied the Eucharist.
190 - Dec 2006 - Religious Life: Tyburn Sisters' communities spread around the world, Tess Livingstone
The small black boxes - nine of them - were brought to the door of the Orders new Roman monastery Madonna dellEucharistia in Via Cardinal Bofondi just off the Via Aurelia near St Peters on 2 February this year the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord.
191 - Dec 2006 - Modest dress: Suitable attire for Mass: the moral dimension, Bishop John W. Yanta
As the hot weather has descended on us and we are in summertime or vacation time it is appropriate to speak of modesty of dress especially in participation in the Holy Eucharist the receiving of Our Lord in Holy Communion the privilege of being a lector of the Sunday Bible Readings and serving as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion.
192 - Dec 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
He exhorted priests to approach the Mass with reverence and an appreciation for their own role in the Eucharistic mystery.
193 - Nov 2006 - Liturgy: US bishop sets out clear guidelines on celebrations of the Mass, AD2000 REPORT
But such musical entertainment he added was lsquo;not the only thing which can compromise the prayerful integrity of the Massrsquo; since the Eucharist lsquo;is just as compromised whenever we use the liturgy to highlight an agenda or cause other than the worship of the Father.
194 - Sep 2006 - Reflection: Cardinal Arinze on the need for Eucharistic reverence, Cardinal Francis Arinze
The Holy Eucharist is the Body and the Blood Divinity and Humanity of Christ the whole Christ present on our altars when the august words of consecration are pronounced.
195 - Sep 2006 - History: The Counter Reformation and the Jesuits, John Morrissey
A formula for Justification or salvation which asserted the primacy of faith and Gods grace but included the role of good works was decreed in 1547 followed by an uncompromising assertion on the Eucharist in 1551 of transubstantiation and the sufficiency of one species.
196 - Sep 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
The bond of friendship with Jesus flows forth from and finds its culmination in the Eucharist.
197 - Aug 2006 - Letters: What Is The Eucharist?, Rosanna Sherman
The Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church begins its chapter on the Sacrament of the Eucharist with the question What is the Eucharist?
198 - Aug 2006 - DIY Mass: Redemptionis Sacramentum revisited, Fr Martin Durham
It is just over two years since the promulgation with the approval of Pope John Paul II of the Vatican instruction on the Eucharist Redemptionis Sacramentum (25 March 2004).
199 - Aug 2006 - Scripture and Tradition: sources of divine revelation, Fr G.H. Duggan SM
Protestant sympathisers arranged a conference at which Luther and Zwingli would meet and put forward a doctrine regarding the Eucharist which both would find satisfactory.
200 - Aug 2006 - Does Wollongong's Catholic Education Office endorse dissent?, AD2000 Report
The so-called shortage of priests today is in reality a shortage of Roman flexibility in restoring the first traditions in the church about who presides over the Eucharist (pp.
201 - Aug 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
The negative results included the abandonment of the sacred and the mystical the confusion between the common priesthood of all the faithful and the ordained ministry and the concept of the Eucharist as a common banquet rather than a representation of Christs Sacrifice.
202 - Jul 2006 - Evangelisation: Strong leadership: US bishop Robert Finn shows how, AD2000 Report
He explained this as follows: They are vital because without priests there can be no Eucharist no Sacrifice of the Mass which the Second Vatican Council described as the font and summit of the life of the church.
203 - Jul 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
The core of consecrated life he said must always be found in prayer and particularly in daily devotion to the Eucharist.
204 - Jun 2006 - Letters: Disturbing exhibit, Veronica Sidhu
To think that such a work has been placed near where the Eucharist is reserved in the tabernacle.
205 - Jun 2006 - Liturgy: Catholics at prayer: why we stand and kneel, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
The memorable Year of the Eucharist promulgated by the late John Paul II gave an inspiring boost to Eucharistic Adoration.
206 - Jun 2006 - Education: Why do CEOs use Groome's RE method?, AD2000 Report
Her book Understanding Catholicism (2002) includes the claim The New Testament really only distinguishes two sacraments - Baptism and Eucharist.
207 - Jun 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
Recalling the life of St Ignatius of Loyola the founder of the Jesuit order the Pope emphasised that he was a man of deep prayer the centre and summit of whose life was the daily celebration of the Eucharist.
208 - May 2006 - Letters: Liturgical abuses, Rosanna Sherman
All Ordinaries Superiors of Institutes of Consecrated Life Moderators of societies of apostolic life and all other Prelates have the grave duty besides that of being the first in example of watching over the liturgical norms regarding the celebration of the Eucharist so that they be faithfully observed in all places.
209 - May 2006 - Foreign priests - a tale of two Brisbane parishes, Bob Osmak
His reverence before the Holy Eucharist is most obvious with his hands clasped and all his motions speaking of reverent devotion.
210 - May 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
Apostolic Exhortation on the Eucharist In June Pope Benedict XVI will receive the final proposal from the recent Synod of Bishops for the drafting of his Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation on the Eucharist.
211 - Apr 2006 - Books: Swear To God: The Promise and Powers of the Sacraments, by Scott Hahn, Jacinta Cummins
Continuity The author shows the continuity of the covenant from the institution of the Eucharist at the Last Supper with Jesus telling His disciples unless you eat of the flesh of the Son of man and drink His blood you have no life in you (Jn 6:53) right through to the Church today where the Real Presence in the Eucharist at Mass is the primary spiritual sustenance.
212 - Apr 2006 - Letters: Religious education, Saskia Ebejer
Let us begin to teach share guide and lead our children to the authentic Catholic faith the faith that so many died for and which contains so much richness: the Eucharist our saints our philosophy and our Church history.
213 - Mar 2006 - Books: Golden Priest, Wooden Chalice, by Fr Tim Norris, Michael Gilchrist
Challenges In the second part of his book Father Norris provides a selection of his homilies dealing with key Catholic doctrines - the Eucharist Resurrection the Papacy Our Lady Gods forgiveness Christs divinity - with a clarity and insight that would have done Fulton Sheen proud.
214 - Mar 2006 - Letters: Adore 2006 in Brisbane, Tim Wallace
I recently attended the Adore 2006 Eucharistic Youth Congress in Brisbane my local diocese.
215 - Mar 2006 - Letters: The Eucharist, Jim Howe
What a wonderful article on the Eucharist (December/January AD2000) by Chris Hilder to follow so closely on the closing of the glorious Year of the Eucharist instituted by Pope John Paul II.
216 - Mar 2006 - The distribution of Holy Communion past and present: an historical survey, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
Formerly known as Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist and often incorrectly called Special Ministers Extraordinary Ministers of Communion (the term insisted upon in the 2004 Vatican document Redemptionis Sacramentum) are acolytes or any others of Christs faithful approved by the parish priest according to the norms of Canon Law.
217 - Mar 2006 - Liturgy: Eucharistic faith: why the Mass needs re-enchanting, Alvin F. Kimel Jr
In a recent interview Cardinal Francis Arinze Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship noted the decline of Eucharistic faith in the Catholic Church.
218 - Mar 2006 - Archbishop Hickey: how to address the crisis of faith, Archbishop Barry Hickey
They held that the policies of the Vatican recent episcopal appointments and the influence of backroom conservatives are the reasons why the advances inspired by Vatican II have stalled: in the enculturation of the liturgy; in the participation of the laity especially of women; in the decision-making processes of the Church; in the ordination of married men and in moderating the law of celibacy; in a renewed understanding of human sexuality and in the inclusion of minority lifestyles in the Eucharist.
219 - Feb 2006 - Books: For the Life of the World:St Maximilian and the Eucharist, by Fr Jerzy Domanski, Michael Gilchrist
FOR THE LIFE OF THE WORLD: St Maximilian and the Eucharist by Fr Jerzy Domanski OFM Conv (Franciscans of the Immaculate 2005 160pp $8.
220 - Feb 2006 - Books: The Pope Benedict Code, by Joanna Bogle, Michael Gilchrist
These snippets (together with linking narratives and commentaries) are grouped under such key headings as the Eucharist Sunday observance confession the Church papal authority the priesthood ecumenism the one true Church sanctity of human life catechetics and young people and the Churchs future.
221 - Feb 2006 - Letters: Ars priests retreat, Fr Robert Markey
The themes for the six days of the retreat included: The Spirituality of the Cure dArs; Repentance and Reconciliation; The Eucharist: Jesus Christ the High Priest and Consecration to Mary Mother of the Priesthood.
222 - Feb 2006 - The Church of England: beyond satire?, Rev Peter Mullen
It was supposed to be a choral Eucharist but there was no organ music - only some plinky-plonky stuff on an out-of-tune piano and mindless choruses in the Jesus Goes to Toytown fashion: interminable glum repetition of what was not worth singing once.
223 - Feb 2006 - Liturgical Music: The spiritual impact of Msgr. Richard Schuler's priestly leadership and example, Fr John T. Zuhlsdorf
Last years Synod of Bishops on the Eucharist concerned itself with the shortage of priests and what needs to be done to reverse the trend.
224 - Feb 2006 - Cardinal Arinze on the Liturgy: the Mass is not entertainment, Cardinal Francis Arinze
During a recent interview the Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments Cardinal Francis Arinze offered an assessment of the recent Synod of Bishops on the Eucharist and of developments in liturgical practice 40 years after the Second Vatican Council.
225 - Dec 2005 - Books: Christmas reading from AD Books
God Is Near Us Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger In this collection of unpublished texts of lectures pastoral letters and homilies Cardinal Ratzinger outlines the biblical historical and theological dimensions of the Eucharist and leads the reader into the heart of the Christian faith and its central mystery.
226 - Dec 2005 - Books: In Memory of Me / Come to Me, My Children, by Christine McCarthy, Michael Gilchrist
IN MEMORY OF ME: Understanding the Eucharist by Christine McCarthy (Sydney 2005 72pp $11.
227 - Dec 2005 - Letters: Vatican II myths, Peter D. Howard
For the English Mass the priest faced the tabernacle for the Liturgy of the Eucharist and communicants received Our Blessed Lord while kneeling at the altar rails.
228 - Dec 2005 - The Eucharist: gift of an interventionist God, Chris Hilder
Instead through the institution of the Eucharist he would be with all of us whom he loves even while we are still on earth.
229 - Dec 2005 - Formation: St John Vianney's blueprint for the priesthood back in favour, Fr John Cihak
The place of the Eucharist was to be a place of beauty.
230 - Dec 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency Youth Eucharistic Congress for Brisbane A Youth Eucharistic Congress titled ADORE 2006 and with the theme Come let us adore Him in spirit and truth is being held in the Brisbane City Hall Brisbane from 19-22 January 2006 with the endorsement of Archbishop John Bathersby.
231 - Dec 2005 - Synod on the Eucharist sets agenda for Benedict's pontificate, Michael Gilchrist
The 50 final propositions summarising the viewpoints expressed during the three weeks of discussion among the 256 synod fathers and the Pope during the Synod on the Eucharist which concluded on Sunday 23 October have been released in Italian with only extracts in English available at the time of writing.
232 - Nov 2005 - Reflection: The concrete character of Christianity, John Young
Real Presence Likewise the presence of Christ in the Eucharist is the presence of his real body blood soul and divinity - it is not some sort of abstract spiritual presence.
233 - Nov 2005 - Books: More good reading from AD Books
God Is Near Us Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger In this collection of previously unpublished texts of lectures pastoral letters and homilies Cardinal Ratzinger outlines the biblical historical and theological dimensions of the Eucharist and leads the reader into the heart of the Christian faith and its central mystery.
234 - Nov 2005 - Call to Holiness: Contemplating the Eucharistic Face of Christ, Christine McCarthy
This is an abridged version of a paper given at the Call to Holiness Conference Brisbane on 15 October 2005 by Christine McCarthy National Convenor Society for Eucharistic Adoration.
235 - Nov 2005 - Synod of Bishops on the Eucharist: areas for remedial action identified, Peter Westmore
Among the many themes expressed at the recent Synod of Bishops in Rome - which was still underway at the time of writing - was the reintroduction of Eucharistic Adoration in parishes throughout the world as an essential element in addressing the Churchs contemporary challenges.
236 - Nov 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
Then referring to the Year of the Eucharist that is now coming to an end he exhorted them to ensure that it leaves in the hearts of the faithful the desire to root their lives ever more in the Eucharist.
237 - Nov 2005 - Editorial: A remarkable Catholic parish
Given the concerns expressed at the Synod of Bishops on the Eucharist (see report on page 9) the situation in this parish illustrates what might have been had the authentic liturgical reforms of Vatican II been more widely implemented.
238 - Oct 2005 - Reflection: What the early Church tells us about the celebration of Mass, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
During the current year of the Eucharist it is most pertinent for us Catholics to foster a deeper appreciation of the sacred nobility of the Holy Mass lovingly tendered by our Lord Jesus Christ at the Last Supper the night before he offered his life as a victim on the cross for our redemption.
239 - Oct 2005 - Books: Your Life is Worth Living: The Christian Philosophy of Life, by Fulton J. Sheen, Michael Gilchrist
Suffice to include just one - on the Eucharist.
240 - Oct 2005 - Letters: Watered-down faith, Paula Gartland
In the early Church the bishop would baptise and confirm the new Christian and then invite him/her to stay on and join them in their meal - the Eucharist.
241 - Oct 2005 - Letters: Reverence?, P.R. Smith
However what Father himself said seemed to have little connection with First Communion or the Eucharist despite this being the year of the Eucharist.
242 - Oct 2005 - Dies Domini: Armidale Diocese promotes Sunday observance, Bishop Luc Matthys
The Day of Christ This section focusses on the eschatological aspect of the Eucharist.
243 - Oct 2005 - Juventutem: Young Latin Mass Catholics attend World Youth Day, Fr Glen Tattersall
Certainly the centrality of worship in the Christian life and within this the primacy of the Eucharist and the dignity due to this Holy Sacrament were major preoccupations of Pope Benedict XVI at WYD where the Pontiff demonstrated a remarkable rapport with young Catholics.
244 - Sep 2005 - Books: THE PATH OF LIFE: Benedictine Spirituality for Monks and Lay People, Gabrielle Walsh
The monastic life he believed remained detached from the instabilities of secular life and enabled the Eucharist Sacraments and prayer to be the central focus of the Benedictine spiritual life.
245 - Sep 2005 - Letters: Liberal manifesto, Dr Peter Gilet
There is really no great need for any of the sacraments after Baptism while the Eucharist is simply a celebration of our togetherness.
246 - Sep 2005 - Letters: Liturgy, John Daly
Then as regards the sacrificial nature of the Mass and awareness of the Real Presence we have had it stressed for so long that the Mass is a communal meal - our Eucharistic celebration - that many now seem to regard it as roughly on a par with the parish barbeque only less fun.
247 - Sep 2005 - Interview: Benedict XVI and the power of the Eucharist, Fr John Corapi
He was recently interviewed by Zenit and offered some insights into the Eucharist and the pontificate of Benedict XVI.
248 - Sep 2005 - Can reverence at Mass make a comeback?, Michael Ryan
in his Letter to all the bishops of the Church on The Mystery and Worship of the Holy Eucharist.
249 - Aug 2005 - Books: More Catholic Than the Pope, by Patrick Madrid and Pete Vere, Fr Glen Tattersal FSSP
In the second part of the book the authors attempt to answer in fairly basic terms the claims urged by the SSPX and others against the Magisterial value of Vatican II particularly in relation to the Eucharist and ecumenism.
250 - Aug 2005 - Letters: The Mass (letter)
In this year of the Eucharist we could echo the words of Augustine Birrell one time Chief Secretary for Ireland who was asked why the faith of the Irish was so loyal and warm at that time in spite of dungeon fire and sword.
251 - Aug 2005 - Letters: Real Presence (letter), John Schmid
The May AD2000 cited figures for belief in the Eucharist being truly the Body and Blood of Christ.
252 - Aug 2005 - Letters: Sacrifice (letter), M.A. Ross
They seem to see no need in their lives for adoration reparation thanksgiving and petition (the four ends of the Mass) or to derive from the Eucharistic celebration the many fruits for which Christ the Lord instituted the Eucharist Sacrifice (Code of Canon Law 899 3).
253 - Aug 2005 - Letters: Lay-led liturgies (letters), M.T. Kennedy
Celebrating Eucharist as a lay community does not fulfil ones Sunday obligation - How not to solve the priest shortage (July AD2000).
254 - Aug 2005 - Benedict XVI's pontificate: the possibilities, Damian Thompson
) Benedicts other priority is to improve the quality of the Churchs greatest service the liturgy of the Eucharist.
255 - Aug 2005 - Campus Life: Cardinal Pell's program for a Catholic culture at Sydney's universities, Stephen Lawrence
Since last year we have also provided daily adoration of the Eucharist for the hour prior to Mass during which time a steady trickle of students takes advantage of the possibility of the Sacrament of Penance.
256 - Aug 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
Papal instruction for First Communicants Pope Benedict XVI plans to meet with young Italian children who are preparing for their First Communion next October to give them some personal instruction on the Eucharist.
257 - Aug 2005 - Editorial: Liturgy: opportunity for bishops to take control, Michael Gilchrsit
An opportunity for him to assert his authority in this regard will occur at the forthcoming Synod of Bishops due to meet in Rome from 2- 23 October 2005 on the theme of the Eucharist.
258 - Jul 2005 - Letters: Reverent silence, Rosemary Chandler
Michael Gilchrist (May AD2000) reported a survey which told us that of those believing that the Eucharist truly is the Body and Blood of Christ only 46 per cent of 15-17 year old Mass attenders accepted this doctrine whereas 81 per cent of those over 56 did so.
259 - Jul 2005 - Rockhampton: Year of the Eucharist: a time for clear thinking, AD2000 REPORT
In this Year of the Eucharist there is no lack of sound inspirational material readily to hand in the Scriptures (e.
260 - Jul 2005 - Year of Eucharist: The Eucharist: heart of our faith, Cardinal George Pell
The Eucharist is the heart of our faith.
261 - Jul 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
Speaking in English the Pope commended the large number of priestly vocations while emphasising the bishops grave responsibility to help them develop into men of the Eucharist.
262 - Jun 2005 - Reflection: Cardinal Nguyen van Thuan: witness to the priesthood and Eucharist, Fr Dennis Byrnes
The life of the late Cardinal Nguyen van Thuan (1928-2002) was a true and well-credentialled witness to the words of the late Holy Father Pope John Paul II: We were born from the Eucharist.
263 - Jun 2005 - Books: More Good Reading from AD Books
OConnor This book provides a comprehensive study of the Churchs understanding of the Mystery of the Eucharist - historically and theologically - from the first centuries to our own times.
264 - Jun 2005 - Letters: Revolt manifesto, P. Gartland
Mary was not a virgin and the Eucharist is not a sacrifice but the celebration of community.
265 - Jun 2005 - Letters: Another Parish, Peter Gilet
Meanwhile signs of orthodox Catholicism such as the Legion of Mary church statues Benediction the tabernacle the sacraments and even the Eucharist are removed trivialised jollified and generally negated.
266 - Jun 2005 - Letters: A true shepherd, Lynn Wise
While our parish priest is elderly in years he is so full of the Holy Spirit that he is eager to serve his Lord by providing every opportunity for Mass devotion to the Blessed Eucharist and confession to the people under his care.
267 - Jun 2005 - Mother Teresa's legacy continued at Georgetown University, Peter Reynolds
Their deep prayer life centred on the Body and Blood of Jesus in the Eucharist nourishes their soul giving supernatural strength.
268 - Jun 2005 - Benedict XVI and liturgical reform, Dom Alcuin Reid OSB
No doubt much will be discussed in October at the Synod of Bishops on the Holy Eucharist.
269 - Jun 2005 - Habemus Papam: Benedict XVI charts course as successor to John Paul II, Michael Gilchrist
Since his election the new Pope has underlined the centrality of the Eucharist: In a very significant way my pontificate starts as the Church is living the special year dedicated to the Eucharist.
270 - Jun 2005 - Editorial: Corpus Christi - the Body of Christ
It has a particular significance this year which Pope John Paul II dedicated to the Blessed Eucharist and which was the subject of one of his last encyclical letters Ecclesia de Eucharistia (The Church from the Eucharist).
271 - May 2005 - Letters: Correcting pastoral blunders, Kevin McManus
We must hope the damage will be addressed during this year of the Eucharist.
272 - May 2005 - Catholic beliefs and practices: the challenge ahead for Australia, Michael Gilchrist
The three belief items dealt with views about the virgin birth the Eucharist and the nature of God while the morality items concerned abortion and pre-marital sex.
273 - May 2005 - Year of Eucharist: Religious education: Catholic youth have their say, Shannon Donahoo
In this year of the Eucharist the topic was Stay with us Lord.
274 - Apr 2005 - Books: Religious resources for 2005
00 A Key to the Doctrine of the Eucharist Abbot Vonier Written to give lay Catholics a better understanding of the Eucharist this book is a modern spiritual classic.
275 - Apr 2005 - Books: Love Alone Is Credible, by Hans urs von Balthasar, Kerrie Allen
In describing Love as Deed he proclaims the Eucharist as contemplation in love and the communion of love with love and that it is only from this celebration that one can begin Christian mission in the world.
276 - Apr 2005 - Letters: Good news, Geoff Storey
Here is one: The Marian Eucharistic Alliance.
277 - Apr 2005 - Adore 05: Sydney's successful Eucharistic Youth Congress, Nicole Osmak
A Eucharistic Youth Congress which I attended at St Marys Cathedral Sydney from 20-23 January 2005 was called Adore 05 and attracted more than 700 young people keen to learn more about their faith and in particular about the core truth that Jesus Christ is truly present - Body Blood Soul and Divinity - in Holy Communion.
278 - Apr 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
I hope that during this Year of the Eucharist with its close relationship to the priesthood our parishes will pray and petition Christ to remedy the situation.
279 - Mar 2005 - Letters: Reporting abuses is not spying (letter), Fr Edward P. Evans
In this year of the Eucharist we priests should celebrate Mass as if it were our first or our last or our only Holy Mass.
280 - Mar 2005 - Dissent: Notes from a theology unit at Australian Catholic University
The Eucharist is essentially a meal shared by an assembly.
281 - Mar 2005 - Moral divisions among the Christian Churches threaten ecumenism, Archbishop Barry Hickey
In the early days of the ecumenical movement most of the issues were theological like justification and redemption the necessity of Baptism the Resurrection authority in the Church the Eucharist sacramentality and the inerrancy of Scripture.
282 - Mar 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
Archbishop Hart continued: The destruction of the tsunami of sin is countered by the power of the Eucharist.
283 - Feb 2005 - Reflection: Archbishop Hart: Pope John Paul II and the Year of the Eucharist, Archbishop Denis Hart
The Readings highlight the importance of the Eucharist: the banquet of rich food of fine wines the feeding of the five thousand.
284 - Feb 2005 - Books: Books to read in 2005
Guernsey Ideal for the Year of the Eucharist this book contains selections on Eucharistic themes from Old and New Testaments the Church Fathers great saints popes councils and traditional prayers.
285 - Feb 2005 - Books: Turning Towards the Lord: Orientation in Liturgical Prayer, Michael Gilchrist
In this writers view this radical change has had mixed results with the turning of some priests into individual performers rather than Gods instruments and the blurring of distinctions between the Liturgy of the Word and the Liturgy of the Eucharist.
286 - Feb 2005 - Letters: The New Mass (letter), Fr G.H. Duggan SM
Many other changes were made with the result that celebrations of the Eucharist could be taken at times for Communion services instead of the offering of a sacrifice of propitiation asking for the forgiveness of the sins of the living and the dead.
287 - Feb 2005 - Events: Thomas More Centre to host US publisher dedicated to Catholic social teachings, Anthony Cappello
The Thomas More Summer School continues into Saturday and Sunday 12 and 13 February with its theme The Eucharist: Call to Catholic Action.
288 - Feb 2005 - Religious Life: Faith and Reason: for a true renewal in religious life and the Church, Sr Mary Augustine OP
So the Churchs teaching on everything from human sexuality to the contemplative dimension from the Eucharist to social issues from priesthood to feminism lies out there unread and unheeded.
289 - Feb 2005 - The Church in Australia 2005: can the tide be turned?, Michael Gilchrist
It would be encouraging for example if the bishops of Australia as a body launched a well-publicised program of perpetual adoration in cathedrals and parishes across the country during the year of the Eucharist and encouraged all Catholics to participate.
290 - Feb 2005 - Editorial: Year of the Eucharist: a time to get serious, Michael Gilchrist
It is timely that Pope John Paul II issued an Encyclical on the Eucharist in 2004 called for a Year of the Eucharist from October 2004 to 2005 and approved a document - Redemptoris Sacramentum - identifying incorrect practices in the Churchs Liturgy for priests and bishops to address.
291 - Dec 2004 - Letters: Mass translation (letter), Leo McManus
As for the query about our not being worthy to have the Lord under our roof are we not all sinners and therefore not worthy of the Eucharist?
292 - Dec 2004 - Liturgy: Redemptionis Sacramentum on the liturgical rights of the faithful, CDF
It is the Catholic communitys right that the celebration of the Most Holy Eucharist should be carried out for it in such a manner that it truly stands out as a sacrament of unity to the exclusion of all blemishes and actions that might engender divisions and factions in the church (12).
293 - Dec 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
85 percent would not refuse the Eucharist to those whose life-style or their public opinions are clearly contrary to the Churchs teaching.
294 - Nov 2004 - Letters: Reporting abuses (letter), E. Makaus
I would like to know what is wrong with reporting liturgical abuses to the authorities - especially those related to the Eucharist and Mass - when the complaints are made in truth and charity.
295 - Nov 2004 - Morning Mass: Finding some 'head space': an alternative approach, David Birch
My plea if that is what it may be called is not for an exclusive return to the Liturgy of 1962 nor any criticism of the New Order Mass but a gentle reminder of the call made in Vatican IIs Sacrosanctum Concilium (1963) to understand that the Mass is The Most Sacred Mystery of the Eucharist with its emphasis on ensuring that the Mass is more than just a fellowship of like-minded people coming together to share something or by interpreting the Councils use of the phrase actuosa participatio (active participation) as a means to fill up all the silences of the traditional Mass.
296 - Nov 2004 - Education: Where secular humanism is triumphing over the Gospel, Fr John Walter
As with the New Testament Corinthians in their celebration of the eucharistic agape there has been too much partying and not enough thankful remembering.
297 - Nov 2004 - Liturgy: Ad-libbing in the Mass: Does it really matter?, John Young
This obscures the meaning for the expression mystery of faith (in Latin mysterium fidei) means the Eucharist whereas the alteration suggests that the words that follow (e.
298 - Nov 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
Cardinal Arinze: reverence needed in the Liturgy The Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship Cardinal Francis Arinze told a group of visiting bishops in September to ensure proper celebrations of the Eucharistic liturgy in their dioceses.
299 - Oct 2004 - Letters: Year of the Eucharist (letter), Fr Glen Tattersall FSSP
The Holy Father has declared a Eucharistic Year commencing in October with the Eucharistic Congress in Mexico and concluding with the Synod of Bishops to be held in Rome in October 2005.
300 - Oct 2004 - The Pope's Encyclical on the Eucharist, Sr Mary Augustine OP
Time for an examination of conscience by religious orders The Holy Fathers recent encyclical Ecclesia de Eucharistia is a gem of Eucharistic teaching which would if it were read by us religious reconnect us with its timeless truths of both doctrine and praxis.
301 - Oct 2004 - Books: Be Not Afraid: Cardinal George Pell's new book to be launched in November
The Luminous Mysteries or the Mysteries of Light centre on important events in the life of Christ: His Baptism; His presence at the wedding feast at Cana; His call to conversion; His transfiguration; and His institution of the Eucharist.
302 - Oct 2004 - Liturgy: Why priests should stick to the Mass texts, Bishop T.J. Paprocki
This would be especially true in cases where the abuse not only renders the Eucharist illicit but also invalid such as changing the words of the institution narrative in the Eucharistic prayer from This is my Body to This is a symbol of my body.
303 - Sep 2004 - Mass Attendance: Where have all the worshippers gone?, Fr Martin Durham
Urgently needed is a concerted effort to convey the Churchs teachings on the Eucharist the Mass and the priesthood via homilies teachers and catechists inservices religious education and adult education courses liturgy committee meetings and the like if things are to be turned around.
304 - Sep 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
Lifesite News Bishop Heenan not aware of liturgy abuses in Rockhampton At a Diocese of Rockhampton Council of Priests meeting in June Bishop Brian Heenan said there was very little in the Vatican Instruction Redemptionis Sacramentum on matters to be avoided in the Eucharist that affected the way we celebrate Mass in Australia.
305 - Aug 2004 - Catholic politicians and informed conscience, Bishop Michael Sheridan
In fact this teaching has been repeated in the most recent writings of the Holy Father on the relationship between the Eucharist and Penance.
306 - Aug 2004 - Getting serious about orthodoxy: an American bishop shows how, Michael Gilchrist
Doctrinal statements These include statements on the inviolability of human life the sinfulness of contraception the evil of extra-marital sexual relationships the unacceptability of homosexual relationships the wrongness of cohabitation before marriage the significance of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist the uniqueness of the Catholic Church the legitimacy of the Holy Fathers claim to infallibility and the moral teaching authority of the Catholic Church.
307 - Aug 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic World News Cardinal Ratzinger on pro-abortion politicians In a confidential letter sent to Cardinal Theodore McCarrick of Washington DC and Bishop Wilton Gregory the president of the US bishops conference in June Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger made it clear there must be no eucharistic communion for the politicians who systematically campaign for abortion.
308 - Aug 2004 - Pope's representative reminds Australian religious leaders on liturgy abuses, Archbishop Francesco Canalini
The Supreme Pontiff with his Encyclical Letter Ecclesia de Eucharistia and most recently with the Instruction Redemptionis Sacramentum has intended to call the attention of the universal Church on the matter that stands at the centre of the Churchs life (n.
309 - Jul 2004 - Eucharistic Adoration: heart of evangelisation, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
Indeed the binding force of evangelisation within the mission of the Catholic Church is the Eucharist; it always has been.
310 - Jul 2004 - Pastoral Letter: The secular challenges to our faith: how to respond, Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
We Catholics declare that hope has a name: it is Jesus Christ and that this Lord of power and might is present with us until the end of the world in the way that He Himself planned and made possible: in the sacrament of the Eucharist.
311 - Jul 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic World News Cardinal Danneels: restore dignity to liturgy Addresses Maynooth conference on The Church and the Eucharist In a fast-paced throwaway society the Church needed to restore silence ritual and a knowledge of tradition in the liturgy said Cardinal Godfried Danneels of Brussels.
312 - Jul 2004 - Feminist 'rituals': no substitute for prayer, Joanna Bogle
I described a circle ritual - feminists are very much into circles - in which they reinvented the Eucharist as a You are Christ celebration of personal affirmation.
313 - Jul 2004 - Liturgy: New improved English Mass translation nears completion, Michael Gilchhrist
These include the Popes encyclical on the Eucharist with its emphasis on the centrality of the Eucharist and its strong criticism of liturgical abuses.
314 - Jun 2004 - Reflection: The Holy Spirit: like a bed for the weary traveller, Fr Leo Duck
Receiving the sacraments and pre-eminently the Holy Eucharist is another indispensable way of giving ourselves to the Holy Spirit.
315 - Jun 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic World News Cardinal Pell welcomes Instruction on Liturgy He describes it as a useful reminder in Australia In his response on 23 April to the publication of the Vatican instruction The Sacrament of Redemption which listed the practical regulations to be followed in the celebration of the Eucharist Cardinal George Pell said the document was very welcome.
316 - Jun 2004 - Abortion: 'Pro-choice' issue emerges in US presidential campaign, Michael Gilchrist
His action has intensified public controversy in the US over the position of the Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry who while strongly pro-choice nevertheless insists on his right as a Catholic to receive the Eucharist in good conscience.
317 - May 2004 - Reflection: Why the world needs Jesus Christ and Christian models, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
Every Eucharist that we celebrate enacts the memory of this crisis endured and transcended.
318 - May 2004 - Letters: Eucharistic reverence (letter), Carmel Strong
Indeed the Catholic Churchs teaching on the real presence of Our Lord in the tabernacle ought to be strongly upheld particularly by those who ex professio are duty bound to encourage Eucharistic adoration and at the same time to correct abuses in this regard.
319 - May 2004 - Letters: God's house (letter), Melanie Costabile
Perhaps if more Catholic schools implemented this the foundations of their Catholic convictions regarding the Eucharist would not only be more prevalent in their family life but especially when they enter Gods house.
320 - May 2004 - Education: The religious character of Catholic schools: how can it be enhanced?, Br Paul Macrossan CFC
This finding is easily seen to be related to other findings: only about three percent of graduates of Catholic schools practise some important demands of their faith like regular Mass attendance and many of their teachers too graduates in the faculty of education at Australian Catholic University find that they cannot subscribe to essential teachings of the Churchs Magisterium such as the authority of the Pope to pronounce on questions of morality or faith or the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist or the unlawfulness of abortion or divorce or the invalidity of gay marriages etc.
321 - May 2004 - New liturgy document: Rome affirms right of laity to complain about abuses, Michael Gilchrist
The recent Instruction from the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments on certain matters to be observed or to be avoided regarding the Most Holy Eucharist vindicates the right of the laity to complain about liturgical abuses.
322 - Apr 2004 - Whatever happened to reverence at Mass?, Matthew Greene
Together with this obligation is the common courtesy towards those who wish to stay behind free of loud distractions to pray or give thanks after receiving the inestimable gift of the Eucharist.
323 - Apr 2004 - Events: Adore 2004 Youth Eucharistic Congress, Nicole Osmak
The conference which was the first for Australia attracted 500 young people with about 700 participating in the Eucharistic procession through Melbourne.
324 - Apr 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
Indeed how can young people become aware of the need for participation in the Sunday Eucharist or the practice of the sacrament of penance if their parents or teachers do not themselves live such a religious and ecclesial life?
325 - Apr 2004 - National Church Life Survey: church-going declines further, Michael Gilchrist
A similar picture has emerged from the recent research of Professor Denis McLaughlin of Australian Catholic University (McAuley Campus Brisbane) who found that most ACU students (including student teachers) did not accept Church teaching on such areas as abortion contraception the Eucharist and womens ordination.
326 - Mar 2004 - USA: Pro-abortion politicians put on notice, AD2000
Newly installed Archbishop Raymond Burke of St Louis Missouri continues to make the news with his public insistence that pro-abortion Catholic politicians should not receive the Eucharist.
327 - Mar 2004 - USA: American bishops critical of their RE texts, Zenit News Service
Sometimes the impression is given that the community baptises or confects the Eucharist.
328 - Feb 2004 - Reflection: The ministerial priesthood: 'truly a gift from God', Fr Dennis W. Byrnes
You are ministers of the Eucharist and ministers of Gods mercy in the sacrament of Penance.
329 - Feb 2004 - Letters: New Age?, Fr Don Coutts
Healing the Family Tree by the Eucharist is far from a New Age fad.
330 - Feb 2004 - Letters: Christ's gift, Wendy Francis
a treasure of surpassing value as Pope Paul VI described the Eucharist in the opening paragraph of Mysterium Fidei his Encyclical Letter of 1965.
331 - Dec 2003 - Letters: Inspiring article, Thomas Jones
Fr Camilleri with concise clarity and dexterity addresses the very core of our Catholic faith: the Eucharist which is the perennial basis of our Christian belief in the totality of Jesus Christs humanity and divinity.
332 - Dec 2003 - Letters: Centrality of tabernacle, Marie Cassey
No 891: To avoid the arid effects of liturgical rationalism and to promote prayer and reverence let the Eucharist be restored to the truly pre-eminent position in every church.
333 - Dec 2003 - News: The Church Around the World
He said that the new norms should help to foster greater devotion to the Eucharist and expressed the hope that we are at the dawn of a truly fruitful renewal for the liturgy of the Catholic Church.
334 - Nov 2003 - Letters: Celibacy (letter), Kim Albertini
Are we to treat this on the same level as the Trinity Immaculate Conception or the Eucharist?
335 - Nov 2003 - Vocations: Missionaries of God's Love congregation flourishes in Canberra, Mary Pidcock
Our love for Jesus in the Eucharist gives us the fire for mission.
336 - Oct 2003 - Reflection: Why the tabernacle should be centrally located in our churches, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
For this can enhance and support the faith of a searching soul disposed to pray before the Eucharist reserved in the tabernacle.
337 - Oct 2003 - Liturgical Time Bombs In Vatican II, by Michael Davies, Michael Gilchrist
Moreover they have weakened many lay peoples sense of the sacred perception of the priest as in persona Christi and awareness of the real presence in the Eucharist.
338 - Oct 2003 - Melbourne Archdiocese responds to John Paul II's Year of the Rosary, AD2000 Report
The Institution of the Eucharist (Jn 13:1).
339 - Oct 2003 - Youth: Thomas More Winter School in Sale Diocese has Eucharistic focus, Michael Casanova
The Thomas More Winter School held at Lake Glenmaggie 15-17 August 2003 with its theme The Eucharist: Our Source and Summit was everything hoped for: kangaroos and cold nights stones skipped on Lake Glenmaggie and smoky camp fires.
340 - Oct 2003 - After 25 years: the impact of John Paul II's pontificate, Michael Gilchrist
One need only refer to his recent encyclical on the Eucharist.
341 - Sep 2003 - Abridged Papal encyclicals available, Fr M. Durham
An abridged version of Pope John Paul IIs recent encyclical on the Eucharist Ecclesia de Eucharistia has been printed in the Rockhampton diocesan monthly journal The Review.
342 - Sep 2003 - Understanding the Catholic Liturgy since Vatican II, Dom Alcuin Reid OSB
Apart from the fact that this innovation was based on flawed and antiquarian archaeological assumptions (see Msgr Klaus Gamber The Reform of the Roman Liturgy) and that it fractured the tradition of both the Christian East and West which kept the altar and its attendant Eucharistic rituals at least at one remove from public gaze thereby underlining the utter otherness and sanctity of the Blessed Eucharist it brought about an expectation that participation in the Liturgy ought to be immediate with nothing concealed or distant thereby eroding at least one of those few mysterious elements of the characteristically sober Roman rite.
343 - Sep 2003 - Catholic summer conferences in the United States: signs of hope, Richard Egan
Then the handful of remaining priests who were orthodox and faithful began recruiting a new generation of solid Catholic men who were interested in a religious and priestly vocation with a strong emphasis on love for Jesus Christ in His Real Presence in The Most Holy Eucharist true devotion to our Blessed Virgin Mother missionary evangelisation as a response to our Holy Fathers call for a New Evangelisation and bringing Divine Mercy to as many persons as possible through Parish Missions and Retreats.
344 - Aug 2003 - Priests 24/7 : A video documentary, Michael Gilchrist
Both emphasise that the Eucharist and a prayer life are at the heart of their priesthood.
345 - Aug 2003 - Letters: Pantheism (letter), Fr G.H. Duggan
He incorporated in his system some items of Christian doctrine considerably reinvented such as the Incarnation and the presence of Christ in the Eucharist but he resolutely excluded Original Sin for he saw that however much it might be watered down it could never be plausibly incorporated in his system.
346 - Aug 2003 - Letters: Confession (letter), Joe Slowiak
Fr Camilleri points out the lack of faith of Catholics in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist and the sacrilege of receiving Holy Communion when in a state of grievous sin.
347 - Jul 2003 - Letters: New Mass (letter), Peter D. Howard
This followed on from dissent against Humanae Vitae (1968) for example and was associated with erroneous ideas concerning the sacrifice of the Mass and the sacrament of the Eucharist.
348 - Jul 2003 - How to start a parish apologetics group, Mavis Power
Most group members are also involved in Eucharistic Adoration and or daily Mass and the Rosary.
349 - Jul 2003 - Brisbane Synod ends: Archbishop Bathersby to announce pastoral programs, AD2000 REPORT
Now with the recent release of Pope John Paul IIs encyclical on the Eucharist - including a call for an end to liturgical abuses - it is more urgent than ever for Australias dioceses including Brisbane to make this an explicit pastoral priority.
350 - Jul 2003 - Events: Seeking the face of Christ through the arts: Carnivale Christi goes national, Nicholas Rynne
Carnivale Christi concluded with the Brisbane premiere of The Eucharist by Mike Willesee and Ron Tesoriero.
351 - Jul 2003 - Homily: Bicentenary Mass celebrated in Sydney, Archbishop George Pell
This bicentenary Eucharist to commemorate the first officially permitted Mass in the young colony of New South Wales celebrated by Father James Dixon on 15 May 1803 is a Catholic celebration of Christian faith hope and love.
352 - Jun 2003 - Reflection: Church scandals: focus on the message, not just the messengers, Fr Kevin Brannelly
Abraham whom we call our Father in Faith in the first Eucharistic Prayer lied to the Pharaoh of Egypt swearing that his wife Sarah was his sister and virtually offering her to the Pharaoh to save his own life.
353 - Jun 2003 - Letters: Latin Mass (letter), Philip Robinson
In my opinion no amount of tinkering with the Novus Ordo or calling for synods on the Eucharist will overcome the malaise within the Church.
354 - Jun 2003 - Letters: Eucharistic encyclical and the priesthood (letter), John Kelly
In his most recent encyclical Ecclesia De Eucharistia Pope John Paul II has provided priests and laity with a profound and inspiring definition of the intrinsic relationship between Christ the Eucharist and the Church; and of the priests identity intimately connected with these saving realities.
355 - Jun 2003 - The environment: rediscovering the balanced Catholic perspective, Michael Casanova
In his latest encyclical on the Eucharist which is profoundly at the heart of our faith the Pope also says to us: The Christian vision .
356 - Jun 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
Zenit News Service European bishops praise Popes Eucharist encyclical A treasure that cannot be neglected reduced or manipulated Church leaders in Europe are endorsing the norms designed to guarantee respect for the Eucharist as spelled out by John Paul II in his latest encyclical.
357 - Jun 2003 - Liturgy: John Paul's new encyclical on the Eucharist targets liturgical abuses, Michael Gilchrist
On Holy Thursday 17 April 2003 Pope John Paul II released his 14th encyclical Ecclesia de Eucharistia formally signing it during the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lords Supper in St Peters.
358 - May 2003 - Reflection: St Francis on individual confession and receiving Holy Communion, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
The present spiritual crisis regarding the lack of deep faith in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist and its reception in Holy Communion is not a matter of scruples but of sacrilege committed by Catholics in a state of grievous sin.
359 - May 2003 - Review: The Mysteries of Light: Rosary for Children and Youth on cassette, Colleen McGuinness-Howard
Describing the whole mystery of Christ as a mystery of light the Pope has singled out the Baptism of Christ in the Jordan his self-manifestation at the wedding of Cana Jesus proclamation of the Kingdom of God with his call to conversion His Transfiguration and finally Jesus institution of the Holy Eucharist as the sacramental expression of the Paschal Mystery.
360 - May 2003 - Language: The forgotten language of adoration of God - through words and actions, Audrey English
The US Bishops Committee on the Liturgy decided last November to make kneeling mandatory during the Eucharistic prayer.
361 - May 2003 - Architecture: 'Re-ordered' and 'new' churches - symptoms of a wider spiritual malaise, Marie Cassey
The Ten Commandments were taught to all Catholic school children before they received the Sacraments of Eucharist and Penance with the express purpose of providing them with guidelines for understanding where sin lay.
362 - May 2003 - Liturgy: Latvia shows the way on liturgical renewal, Cardinal Janis Pujats
I am thinking in particular of the tabernacle in the centre of the altar with the Eucharist as the centre of the church rather than somewhere off to the side and the confessionals.
363 - May 2003 - News: The Church Around the World
Pope signs encyclical on Eucharist Document recalls the intrinsic value and importance of the sacrament By the time this edition of AD2000 becomes available the new papal encyclical on the Eucharist will have been promulgated by Pope John Paul II on 17 April.
364 - Apr 2003 - Books: Our books are the cheapest!
95 No Wonder They Call it the Real Presence David Pearson Through detailed interviews Pearson has recorded the inspiring stories of people whose lives have been transformed by the experience of Christ in the Eucharist.
365 - Apr 2003 - Letters: Vatican II (letter), Denis O'Leary
He spoke of the centrality of his role as representing Christ in the celebration of the Eucharist.
366 - Apr 2003 - Education: Chavagnes International Catholic college update, Br John Moylan
There is Eucharistic adoration Benediction twice a week and Vespers chanted in Latin once a week.
367 - Apr 2003 - Ecumenism: Christian unity: major obstacles still remain, David Schutz
The Eucharist as the sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ an offering of praise to the Father the sacrificial memorial and real presence of Christ and the sanctifying outpouring of the Holy Spirit.
368 - Apr 2003 - News: The Church Around the World
Possibility of Synod on the Eucharist in 2004 John Paul II wants to purify worship of deformations At his regular weekly public audience on 26 February Pope John Paul II focused on the need for reverence and beauty in the liturgy.
369 - Apr 2003 - Editorial: Good news on the liturgy, Peter Westmore
In an address to the Brazilian Bishops last January he called the Eucharist the supreme spiritual good of the Church and its spiritual strength but said that it must always be marked by the worthy and genuine celebration of the mystery according to the doctrine and directives of the Church.
370 - Mar 2003 - Liturgy: The Mass is the same sacrifice as the Cross, Msgr. Peter J. Elliott
In fact we agree that there is only one sacrifice the Cross but as Christians have always believed since New Testament times we hold that every celebration of the Eucharist is the great re-presentation or memorial of his one sacrifice.
371 - Mar 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
He said that Governor Gray Davis should refrain from receiving the Eucharist while he continues to hold pro-abortion views.
372 - Mar 2003 - Sydney Archdiocese RE test: behind one school's success story, Michael Gilchrist
The test covers the areas of beliefs and symbols decision-making Mass and the Eucharist sacraments saints Church prayer liturgy and Scripture.
373 - Feb 2003 - Liturgy: The sacrifice of the Mass: the Eucharistic words of Christ, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
The celebration of the Eucharist obviously takes the form of a sacred meal.
374 - Dec 2002 - Books: Eucharistic Devotion : renewing a timeless tradition / Heart of St Alphonsus, Michael Daniel
EUCHARISTIC DEVOTION: Renewing a Timeless Tradition (Ligouri Publications 2002 120pp $19.
375 - Dec 2002 - Education: Most teachers reject Church teaching: ACU professor, Michael Gilchrist
That survey found most student teachers did not accept Church teaching on such areas as abortion contraception the Eucharist and womens ordination and on these there were no significant differences between first year and final year students.
376 - Dec 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
These are drawn from the life of Christ and his public revelation of his divine nature and mission: 1) the Baptism of Christ in the Jordan; 2) the wedding feast at Cana; 3) the announcement of the Kingdom; 4) the Transfiguration and 5) the institution of the Eucharist.
377 - Dec 2002 - New Vatican Instruction on priesthood: the challenge to be another Christ, AD2000 Report
Given the centrality of the Eucharist in a priests ministry and in his spiritual life the document stresses the importance of proper preparation before offering the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass of its daily celebration of thanksgiving and of the visit to the Blessed Sacrament during the course of the day.
378 - Nov 2002 - Books: A Generation Betrayed: Deconstructing Catholic Education, by Eamonn Keane, John Young
Conducted at campuses in Sydney Melbourne and Brisbane the survey shows among other things that most student teachers dont believe that the bread and wine become Christs body and blood in the Eucharist most reject the Chuchs teaching on premarital sex 62 per cent think women should be ordained and only two per cent say they accept Catholic teaching on contraception and divorce.
379 - Nov 2002 - Australian apologist Raymond de Souza's successful overseas lecture tour, AD2000 Report
From Houston Mr de Souza travelled to Louisiana where he spoke on the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist the Rosary and the Biblical foundations of the Papacy.
380 - Oct 2002 - Letters: Church "renovation" (letter), B. Tooley
Msgr Peter Elliott writes in his book Ceremonies of the Modern Roman Rite: To avoid the arid effects of liturgical rationalism and to promote prayer and reverence let the Eucharist be restored to the truly pre-eminent position in every church.
381 - Aug 2002 - New program to apply Papal teachings in Melbourne Archdiocese, Michael Gilchrist
This would include finding even more effective ways of contemplating the face of Jesus in our troubled world by responding to the universal call of holiness as well as the living out of the Sacraments today especially the Eucharist and the Sacrament of Reconciliation assisting families even further in their present day challenges launching new ways of encouraging vocations to the priesthood and religious life and continuing to support our youth especially their education in faith.
382 - Aug 2002 - Education: Beliefs and practices of Catholic students: the decline continues, Michael Gilchrist
In 1982 59 percent believed Jesus Christ to be truly present in the Eucharist; in 1998 the figure was 51 percent although it is unclear what meaning is attached to this presence.
383 - Jul 2002 - Books: New Titles from AD Books
95 That We May Perfectly Love Thee Robert Benson For Catholics observance of the Eucharist is the unique celebration of Christs passion death and resurrection.
384 - Jul 2002 - Vatican II, church architecture and "reform of the reform", Sidney Rofe
Yet anybody who has read the Catechism of the Catholic Church would know that Christ is most present in the Eucharistic species (CCC 1088).
385 - Jun 2002 - Books: New Titles from AD Books
Everything in the Eucharist radiates things Catholic.
386 - Jun 2002 - Following our baptismal calling takes courage - Chrism Mass homily, Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
We are celebrating the Eucharistic Sacrifice that Sacrament which especially makes the Church; but in this Mass the other sacraments are also taken into its embrace oriented as they are to that Sacrament which is Christ himself.
387 - Jun 2002 - Editorial: Corpus Christi: at the core of the Faith, Michael Gilchrist
In reality the real presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist is no less a mystery of Faith than the Incarnation itself - where the Creator God assumed human flesh.
388 - May 2002 - Books: Beyond Gay, by David Morrison, John S. Webster
Practical advice and reassurance is offered for example to parents of homosexuals and a portion of the book discusses strategies designed to assist those who experience same sex attraction but wish to live out their Christian call to holiness focusing upon the centrality of prayer Eucharist confession and works of charity.
389 - May 2002 - Letters: Transubstantiation (letter), Fr G.H. Duggan SM
It was heartening to read in your March issue of the progress of the movement for Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in various parts of the world.
390 - Apr 2002 - Documents: John Paul II on the Catholic Faith in our region, Pope John Paul II
(8) The communio among the local Churches is based upon unity of faith Baptism and Eucharist but also upon the unity of the episcopate.
391 - Mar 2002 - Books: Living The Catholic Faith, by Archbishop Charles Chaput, Anthony Cappello
Archbishop Chaput provides valuable insights into what it means to live in Christ grow in Christ be nourished by Him in the Eucharist and take up the mission of the Church to make disciples - all in just one chapter.
392 - Mar 2002 - Letters: Forgotten teachings, Mrs Hiske Deschepper
The Sunday Eucharist is the foundation and confirmation of all Christian practice.
393 - Mar 2002 - Letters: Sunday obligation, Leo Willems
Jesus asked Saul this question before his conversion Our bishops priests RE teachers and parents have the duty and the privilege to proclaim more boldly the truth about the greatness of the Eucharist.
394 - Mar 2002 - Thoughts of a recent convert to Catholicism, Rett Peaden
Last January for the first time I was able to share fully in the Eucharist.
395 - Mar 2002 - Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration spreads throughout the world, Fr Douglas Harris
Over 2500 parishes around the world now have Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration.
396 - Mar 2002 - North American vocations summit overlooks orthodox success stories, Zenit News Service
Orders and communities where postulants keep knocking on the door include the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter which is building a seminary in Denton Nebraska; the Legionaries of Christ whose US novitiate is in Cheshire Connecticut; the Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist in Ann Arbor Michigan; and the Sisters of St Francis of Alton Illinois.
397 - Feb 2002 - Letters: Real Presence, Philip Robinson
The pivotal point of the Catholic Faith is the Eucharist.
398 - Feb 2002 - Letters: School Masses, Br Con Moloney CFC
Given the fact that the overwhelming majority of our secondary school students are no longer connected to the Church through the Sunday Eucharist I believe it is no longer appropriate to celebrate a weekday Eucharist for them.
399 - Feb 2002 - Homily: Most Rev Geoffrey Jarrett installed as new Bishop of Lismore, Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
And central among them is the Eucharist: sacrifice communion and presence.
400 - Feb 2002 - News: The Church Around the World
He also underscored the importance in a parish priests life of good preaching of the vital nature of the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist and keeping holy the sabbath of teaching the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist and of not allowing canonically approved consulting bodies to go beyond their duties as consultants.
401 - Feb 2002 - Archbishop Philip Wilson sets out his agenda for Adelaide, Michael Gilchrist
He concluded: I think the notion of a parish based within a particular geographical region with a community centred upon the celebration of the Eucharist and the sacraments is not a dinosaur by any means but in fact it would seem to me like someone once said about the family that the parish should be a haven in a heartless world.
402 - Nov 2001 - Bookstore: New Titles from AD Books
95 The Holy Eucharist Cardinal Francis Arinze A beautiful book about the Eucharist from the well-known and highly respected cardinal from Nigeria.
403 - Nov 2001 - Letters: Forgotten teachings, Fr John Speekman
Given the fact that the overwhelming majority of our secondary school students are no longer connected to the Church through the Sunday Eucharist I believe it is no longer appropriate to celebrate a weekday Eucharist for them.
404 - Nov 2001 - Opinion: Catholics before and after Vatican II: separating fact from myth, John Young
Then they were more aware of the Mass as the re-presentation of Calvary; more aware of the involvement of the whole Mystical Body in each Mass - including the Church in heaven; more aware of Christs Real Presence in the Eucharist.
405 - Nov 2001 - Pastoral letter: Taking up John Paul II's concerns about the Sacrament of Penance, Archbishop Barry J. Hickey
Priests could make themselves available before Mass or during times of Eucharistic Adoration.
406 - Oct 2001 - Reflection: Christ's Real Presence in the Eucharist, Bishop Kevin Manning
When the Church speaks of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist she means that the whole Christ is truly present body blood soul and divinity under the appearances of bread and wine.
407 - Oct 2001 - Books: 'The Spirit of the Liturgy' by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, Christopher Quinn
The Cardinal underlines this point at some length going so far as to say that Mass with the priest facing the people during the liturgy of the Eucharist has led to the situation where less and less is God in the picture.
408 - Oct 2001 - Letters: True picture (letter), Christine Slagter
She also states: Eucharist is not going to be the only way that Jesus is going to be remembered in the future.
409 - Oct 2001 - Education: Mass attendance: a key measure of Catholic schools' effectiveness, Br John Moylan CFC
Some highly positioned and influential leaders in Catholic education have claimed in reputable journals that it is inappropriate to use regular Eucharistic worship as an indicator of the effectiveness of Catholic schools.
410 - Oct 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
A typical example is the extraordinary ministry of the Eucharist as happens in a community that in an emergency situation remains without a priest for the celebration of the Lords Eucharist.
411 - Sep 2001 - Reflection: Saint Catherine of Siena: how to receive the Eucharist more worthily, Sr Mary Jeremiah OP
St Catherine of Siena a 14th-century mystic and Doctor of the Church devotes several chapters in her book The Dialogue to the mystery of the Eucharist.
412 - Sep 2001 - Letters: Feminists (letter), Margaret Jones
This would set orthodox Catholics free from having to listen to dissenters and allow them to get on with living their Faith accepting Papal authority and heeding the Church-approved messages of Our Lady which urge regular confession worthy reception of the Eucharist prayer and fasting daily rosary and Scripture reading as ways of putting us on the road to holiness.
413 - Aug 2001 - Letters: Evolution/Original Sin (letter), John Schmid
The Incarnation the Resurrection and the Eucharist (transubstantiation) are the obvious examples.
414 - Aug 2001 - Letters: BEC success stories (letter), Errol P. Duke
Having been involved in its initiation at grass-root levels I can assure you that its aims have been totally in tune with Vatican II and Pope John Paul IIs wishes that it will lead to many strayed/careless Catholics returning to active parish life - and especially the Sunday Eucharist.
415 - Aug 2001 - Appreciating the Mass: a successful new publication, Fr Robert Egar PP
In the foreword Archbishop Faulkner speaks of his vision of the pivotal role of the Eucharist in our daily life: If we separate ourselves from the Mass we become like live coals that have fallen from the fire.
416 - Aug 2001 - Denver Archdiocese: the future of Catholicism, David Scott
With their straight-backed gaits full habits rosaries and devotion to the Eucharist they seem right out of 1950s American Catholicism.
417 - Aug 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
The agreement allows for combined Sunday services in towns where there is only one priest available although each Church will make its own arrangements for the Eucharist.
418 - Jul 2001 - Music: From the Great South Land of the Holy Spirit:, John Miles
There are perhaps two exceptions - recordings of Ave Maria (either Bach/Gounod or Schubert) a little less rare than the tribute to the Holy Eucharist Panis Angelicus (quite rare).
419 - Jul 2001 - Report on Marins BECs workshop in Ballarat, Peter Finlayson
The (Presbyterian) pastor on the team gave the homily and leavened bread was used for the Eucharist.
420 - Jul 2001 - Basic Ecclesial Communities, Archbishop Leonard Faulkner
How can we not be concerned about the 80 per cent of baptised Catholics not experiencing the joy of belonging to our Church community and especially the joy of receiving the Eucharist?
421 - Jul 2001 - AD2000 makes impact on the Internet, Francis Young
Books that sell today deal with personal holiness prayer saints lives the Eucharist Our Lady and conversion stories - despite the oddball desire of some well-known publishers to spend their advertising budgets pushing faded pop religion that was already dull by the 1970s.
422 - Jun 2001 - Light to the Nations 2001 - Young Australian Catholics celebrate their faith, Mary-Jane Donnellan
In preparing for such an event we needed to visualise ourselves as if we were present with Jesus at the Last Supper to renew our appreciation of the Eucharist.
423 - Jun 2001 - Anglican defence of Catholic inter-Communion ban, Fr Geoffrey Kirk
Pressures have been mounted from inside and outside the Catholic Church in recent years for a relaxation of its ban on inter-Communion with other Christian Churches despite the lack of agreement reached at ecumenical gatherings on the respective Churches understandings of the Eucharist and the priesthood.
424 - Jun 2001 - Denver document addresses challenges to Catholic marriage teachings, AD2000 Report
This healing begins with repentance on the part of the couple and a return to the sacramental life of the Church as soon as possible especially Reconciliation and the Eucharist.
425 - Jun 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
Shortly after he was moved to found a religious family centred on the Gospel the Eucharist and the apostolic life.
426 - Jun 2001 - Archbishop Pell installed in Sydney, Michael Gilchrist
A priestless parish is a contradiction in terms because there is no parish without the sacraments without Baptism Eucharist Reconciliation.
427 - May 2001 - Letters: 'Courage' (letter), John Dodwell
Practically speaking we try to live out and recommend to others a life which centres around prayer frequent participation in the Eucharist frequent reception of the Sacrament of Reconciliation spiritual reading (including reading of the Scriptures) individual spiritual direction and service to others.
428 - May 2001 - New WA Catholic schools document stresses orthodoxy
Respect for the Eucharist also should be encouraged.
429 - May 2001 - The Church in Germany: John Paul II expresses serious concerns, Catholic World News
He lays particular stress on the importance of adhering to Catholic teaching as set forth in Humanae Vitae Familiaris Consortio and the Vatican document cautioning against the reception of the Eucharist by Catholics who are divorced and remarried.
430 - Apr 2001 - Review Article: A 'silly book' from ACU professor of theology, Frank Mobbs
The ploy was not very successful because from the beginning of Christianity women were admitted to all the sacraments except one and honoured and celebrated as saints who had gone to that ultimate sphere of the divine Heaven and been named alongside males in the Divine Liturgy of the Eucharist - Felicity Perpetua Agatha Lucy Agnes .
431 - Apr 2001 - How to avoid banal, superficial liturgies, Bishop Kevin Manning
Individual recollection A congregation will celebrate itself instead of God if its faith in the reality of the Eucharist is weak.
432 - Apr 2001 - Former Townsville Bishop's admissions on liturgy practices, Bishop Raymond Benjamin
For example: substituting Mass readings with non-scriptural texts; the use of unapproved Eucharistic Prayers on certain occasions etc.
433 - Mar 2001 - Reflection: Liturgy in the true spirit of Vatican II, Ralph McInerny
It is at worship in the prayers and music readings and homilies above all in the Eucharist that the people of God come most intimately together and take on the faith by osmosis as it were.
434 - Mar 2001 - Books: Why I Am A Priest: Thirty Success Stories, ed. Boadt, Hunt, Katie Lindorff
The stories differ of course but they all have similar themes running through them: their love of the Church of the Pope of the Holy Eucharist and of prayer are clearly evident in each of the stories.
435 - Mar 2001 - ACU theology: how orthodox, how accountable?, Michael Gilchrist
WCC Ministry in Baptism Eucharist Ministry Geneva WCC 1982.
436 - Mar 2001 - Elizabeth Anscombe, R.I.P., Robert P. George
Among her most remarkable essays is a pamphlet on teaching children the meaning of the Eucharist.
437 - Feb 2001 - Letters: Vocations (letter), Mrs Irena Nagy
Like myself all committed Catholics are saddened by this as we know that our whole faith our whole raison detre centres on the Eucharist for which the priest is essential.
438 - Feb 2001 - Liturgy: when will the 'Statement of Conclusions' make an impact?, Michael Gilchrist
While there are many factors that might account for this situation - family breakdown poor religion teaching and the cultural revolution - it is undeniable that liturgical abuses have aggravated the situation with Eucharistic faith progressively undermined by irreverence secular politically correct intrusions and a casual informal approach to the sacred mysteries.
439 - Feb 2001 - Bishop Wilson of Wollongong to be the future Archbishop of Adelaide, AD2000 Report
A major event of Bishop Wilsons period in Wollongong was undoubtedly the holding of a Eucharistic Congress between 11-25 June 2000.
440 - Dec 2000 - Reflection: The coming of Christ on earth, Pope John Paul II
It is reinforced by constant reception of the sacraments those of Penance and the Eucharist in particular for they cleanse and enrich us with the grace of Christ and make us new in accordance with Jesus pressing call: Be converted (cf Mt 3:2; 4:17; Lk 5:32; Mk 1:15).
441 - Dec 2000 - The 'new breed' of orthodox seminarians, Carter H. Griffin
The Eucharist is the sacramentum caritatis the bedrock of our life of charity and remains as the Catechism states intrinsically linked to our concern for the poor (CCC 1397).
442 - Nov 2000 - Toowoomba's 'Creating Our Future' - or a recipe for further decline?, Michael Gilchrist
Adult Faith Education Under the heading of Developing and Updating Adult Faith Education and Spirituality (page 31) we find recommended (in addition to Tomorrows Church by Michael Morwood): Eucharist: Participating in Mystery by Fr Frank Andersen (a former adult education colleague of Michael Morwood with similar views) Journeys by Heart: a Christology of Erotic Power by R.
443 - Nov 2000 - Editorial: Pope John Paul II on the Eucharist, Michael Gilchrist
In a general audience in September held in the presence of 35000 pilgrims in St Peters Square John Paul II began a series of catechetical addresses on the Eucharist that great yet humble celebration of divine glory as he described it.
444 - Oct 2000 - How orthodox are Australian Catholic University's professorial staff?, Eamonn Keane
Earlier this year AD2000 reported on the results of a survey conducted by Professor Denis McLaughlin into the beliefs values and practices of student teachers at the Australian Catholic University (ACU) which revealed that a large proportion of the students did not accept the Churchs teaching on abortion contraception the male-only ministerial priesthood and the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
445 - Oct 2000 - 'Call to Change' in Tasmania: but whose 'vision of Church'?, Michael Gilchrist
Fr Whelan continued: For example the Church is struggling at this time to understand (in the light of the Good News the Tradition and the historical reality in which she finds herself) the meanings of such central features as priesthood Eucharist the authority and responsibilities of the Bishop of Rome marriage evangelisation catechesis and so on.
446 - Sep 2000 - The 'Statement of Conclusions' and liturgy: what needs to be done, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
Obviously all bishops and priests are not liturgists in a specialist sense rather they are practising liturgists insofar as every celebrant is a liturgist though his eucharistic and sacramental ministry.
447 - Sep 2000 - Rome's International Eucharistic Congress: 'an unforgettable week', Christine McCarthy
The central and longest event of the Jubilee Year - the 47th International Eucharistic Congress - was held in Rome from 18-25 June 2000.
448 - Aug 2000 - Eucharistic Congress in Wollongong: 'a time of blessing', Fr Mark De Battista
The solemn feast of Pentecost saw the commencement of a Eucharistic Congress in the Diocese of Wollongong.
449 - Aug 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Church News International Eucharistic Congress in Rome Addresses by Archbishop Van Thuan and Cardinal Lustiger Archbishop Francois-Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan and Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger spoke to hundreds of pilgrims who had gathered on 22 June in the Basilica of St John Lateran during the recent International Eucharistic Congress.
450 - Aug 2000 - Divorce and remarriage: Vatican reaffirms Church teaching
The former Congregation in an October 1994 letter to the worlds bishops had insisted that - contrary to the suggestion of some theologians and pastors especially in Western Europe - divorced and remarried Catholics should not be admitted to receive the Eucharist.
451 - Jul 2000 - US bishops' new art and architecture document, Charles M. Wilson
The second chapter discusses the design of a church for celebrations of the Liturgy of the Hours the Eucharist and the other Sacraments as well as other devotional practices.
452 - Jun 2000 - How Catholics can help rebuild Christian culture, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
But without the Eucharist there is no Church because the eucharist is the source of our life as a Christian community.
453 - Jun 2000 - New Primate: Anglican divisions intensify, Rev David Robarts
To have worthy local laity presiding at the Eucharist - a notion not uncongenial to Catholic theologians like Kng and Schillebeeckx - is one espoused by many evangelical Anglicans who set no store by a sacerdotal priesthood but whose primary concern is the proclamation of the Word and planting new churches.
454 - Jun 2000 - Archbishop Hickey reins in abuses in Sacrament of Penance, AD2000 Report
Eucharist The instruction continues: It is to be recalled that the Eucharist is not ordered to the forgiveness of mortal sins - that is proper to the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
455 - May 2000 - What are the foundations of a good Catholic education?, Dr. John J. Haldane
It is unsurprising when later in life those raised in the get- together-with-Jesus style wonder why the Church should make so much fuss about restricting the Eucharist to Christians in communion with Catholicism.
456 - May 2000 - The priesthood: John Paul II's Holy Thursday Letter sets guidelines, Pope John Paul II
In his Letter to Priests for Holy Thursday 2000 Pope John Paul II restates orthodox Catholic teachings on the meaning and role of the priesthood and Eucharist that have been de-emphasised in some quarters of the Church.
457 - May 2000 - Editorial: Australian Catholic Bishops' Conference, Michael Gilchrist
Pope John Paul IIs latest Holy Thursday Letter to Priests (see page 7) sets out aspects of the priesthood and Eucharist which he sees as most in need of re-emphasis.
458 - Mar 2000 - Education: Religious education: putting the emphasis back on God, Br John Moylan CFC
Brother Flynn found that there were surprisingly large differences between practising Catholic students (defined as those attending the Eucharist each week) and non-practising Catholic students in each of seven indicators of religious development including moral beliefs attitudes to Jesus and images of God.
459 - Mar 2000 - US Bishops favour prominence of tabernacle, AD2000 Report
First of all it makes it possible for us to reinforce our belief in the Holy Eucharist and the Real Presence by the way in which the Blessed Sacrament is greeted as the people come in make a genuflection; as they keep a prayerful silence before the Mass begins .
460 - Mar 2000 - New York Scripture seminar affirms reliability of New Testament, Eamonn Keane
He stated that in the convergence of these accounts of the institution of the Eucharist the Church has two separate accounts of the same event which rest upon the same set of eyewitnesses namely the disciples of Jesus who were present to witness the awesome event.
461 - Mar 2000 - Editorial: The recovery of the sacred, Michael Gilchrist
While the Mass and Eucharist are at the heart of the Catholic faith there is no denying that numbers at weekend Masses throughout Australia continue to decline as does the level of belief in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament along with signs of Eucharistic reverence.
462 - Dec 1999 - Reflection: Christmas: John Paul II's thoughts on the eve of the Jubilee, Pope John Paul II
Jesus said so especially with regard to the Eucharist: He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life (Jn 6:54).
463 - Dec 1999 - 'Woman and Man' document poses challenges, Frank Mobbs
At the time of writing this the Anglican Diocese of Sydney is waiting for the Archbishops decision as to whether lay men can celebrate the Eucharist.
464 - Dec 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
Eucharistic abuse concerns Vatican Improper reception on the increase Archbishop Julian Herranz who heads the Vatican agency charged with the implementation of Canon Law has indicated a growing concern with the improper reception of the Eucharist.
465 - Oct 1999 - Spanish academic revives speculation about authenticity of the Holy Grail, Zenit News Service
At the dawn of Christianity this cup connected with the first Eucharist could not have been forgotten after the Redeemers death all the more so since the disciples met several times afterwards in the Cenacle.
466 - Sep 1999 - Reflection: A spirit of poverty and the level of vocations: how they connect, Fr Fabian Duggan OSB
For this reason we speak of the gifts of the Holy Spirit and the Eucharist itself is the gift of divine love - God giving himself.
467 - Sep 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic World News Extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist guidelines US bishop says pendulum has swung too far Bishop Thomas Tobin of Youngstown Ohio has revised his dioceses policy on extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist (often incorrectly referred as special ministers) to stress the extraordinary nature of that role.
468 - Jul 1999 - Liturgy: An American parish's formula for success, Judy Trajanyi
Having the priest face the altar during the focal point of the Mass the Liturgy of the Eucharist during which the words of Consecration are said helps her younger children to believe in the real presence of Christ Mrs Scarlett says.
469 - Jul 1999 - Ecumenism: New ARCIC document on Papal authority, Peter Westmore
the Eucharist Anglican Orders and Church authority.
470 - Jun 1999 - Fr. Frank Andersen's new book on the Eucharist: how Catholic is it?, Des O'Hagan
Fr Frank Andersen MSC has recently had published Eucharist - Participating in the Mystery (John Garratt Publishing 1998).
471 - Jun 1999 - Archbishop Weakland finds defects in the post-Vatican II liturgy, Michael Daniel
Weakland begins his article with the perceptive observation that disputes about the Churchs liturgy are such that something that should be a point of unity in the church the Eucharist has now become the most conspicuous point of disagreement and tension.
472 - May 1999 - US Dominican nun brings the 'New Cosmology' to New Zealand, Bernard Moran
Its becoming clearer and clearer to me that a sacred agriculture must become the basis of any sacramental understanding of Eucharist of any sacramental understanding of deep communion.
473 - Apr 1999 - Presenting Catholic apologetics to a wider Australian public, AD2000 Report
Varied topics Talks were given on topics as varied as the divinity of Jesus Christ the Resurrection the Real Presence in the Eucharist the Biblical inspiration of the prayer of the Rosary why contraception is against the mind of Christ the Biblical foundations of priestly celibacy and why the Church cannot ordain women to the priesthood.
474 - Apr 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
The students understanding of the Eucharist was varied.
475 - Feb 1999 - John Paul II throws down the gauntlet to Australia's bishops, AD2000 Report
Liturgy: The document recommended a special reverence for the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist at the Mass and reserved in the tabernacle and called for Australias bishops to confront the reality of liturgical abuses: In todays rapidly changing world it is all the more necessary to return constantly to the authentic teaching of the Church on the Liturgy as found in the liturgical texts themselves .
476 - Dec 1998 - Reflection: The mystery of Christmas confronts a sceptical world, Fr Robert J. Batule
In the Eucharist immolated flesh becomes life-giving flesh.
477 - Dec 1998 - Intercommunion: why Catholics need not 'apologise', Kevin Myers
Following publication of the Irish and British Bishops statement on the Eucharist and intercommunion (see November AD2000) there have been critical responses from other Church representatives media commentators and from within the Catholic Church - many suggesting that the statement is too hardline and will set back ecumenical progress.
478 - Dec 1998 - Pope John Paul II calls for more 'balance' in the reformed liturgy, AD2000 Report
In the former he took the unprecedented step of apologising for all the liturgical abuses since Vatican II that had harmed the Churchs Eucharistic faith: I would like to ask forgiveness - in my own name and in the name of all of you venerable and dear Brothers in the Episcopate - for everything which for whatever reason through whatever human weakness impatience or negligence and also through the at times partial one-sided and erroneous application of the directives of the Second Vatican Council may have caused scandal and disturbance concerning the interpretation of the doctrine and the veneration due to this great Sacrament the Eucharist.
479 - Dec 1998 - News: The Church Around the World
The Bishop indicated that as from the beginning of 1999 the syllabus to be used should include teaching on the sacraments especially the Eucharist the Church including the roles of Mary the Mother of the Church the saints and the Pope.
480 - Sep 1998 - Books: Why Christianity must Change or Die, by Bishop John Selby Spong, Frank Mobbs
182); and that people no longer kneel during a Eucharist.
481 - Aug 1998 - Education: Catholic schools: Do they make enough difference?, Br John Moylan CFC
Vatican II teaches that the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life.
482 - Aug 1998 - Decline in priests 'an opportunity for growth!' says Townsville's Bishop, Michael Gilchrist
In order for each Small Christian Community to have its own celebration of Eucharist it is observed that we are being forced to explore alternatives to the present stalemate in the theology of priestly ministry.
483 - Aug 1998 - Pope's new Apostolic Letter puts theological dissenters on notice
In the first category were: The articles of faith of the Creed the various Christological dogmas and Marian dogmas; the doctrine of the institution of the sacraments by Christ and their efficacy with regard to grace; the doctrine of the real and substantial presence of Christ in the Eucharist and the sacrificial nature of the eucharistic celebration; the foundation of the Church by the will of Christ; the doctrine on the primacy and infallibility of the Roman Pontiff; the doctrine on the existence of original sin; the doctrine on the immortality of the spiritual soul and on the immediate recompense after death; the absence of error in the inspired sacred texts; the doctrine on the grave immorality of direct and voluntary killing of an innocent human being.
484 - Jun 1998 - New Texts the key to reshaping religious education, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
Based on these principles of Vatican II we might hope to see thousands of young Catholics emerge into Australian society who know God personally who worship Him in the Eucharist every Sunday who love Him in prayer and through the way they serve others.
485 - Dec 1997 - Cardinal John O'Connor: what Catholics believe, Cardinal John O'Connor
We believe that this same Christ the Son of God is here with us in his eucharistic presence that in this holy sacrifice of the Mass a piece of bread will actually become his sacred body a cup of wine his precious blood fountain of life and of eternal youth and renewal.
486 - Oct 1997 - Editorial: Church authority: where do religious orders stand?
Catholic teachings denied In Living the Vision among other things Sr Fiand denies the Eucharist is the offering of a sacrifice claiming it is only a repetition of the Last Supper - a simple meal of friendship; Christs passion and death were not a sacrifice in atonement for sin but simply a struggle to maintain his personal integrity; Christ did not intend his Church to be hierarchical but a community of equals; Original Sin was not inherited from our First Parents but is based on a refusal to engage in creative activity.
487 - Aug 1997 - Reflection: A young Catholic comments on the meaning of church 'participation', Lucy O'Connell
Let us deepen our knowledge and appreciation of sacramental grace the Eucharist Our Lady Catherine of Siena Teresa of Avila.
488 - Feb 1997 - The Catholic Church in Singapore: why is it strong and healthy?, Michael Barr
I did not see any Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist but acolytes were present in abundance.
489 - Feb 1997 - The Catholic Church in Adelaide: Road to renewal? Or decline?, Michael Gilchrist
Among a host of perfectly acceptable observations - Mass completes my week or Eucharist is central vital in our lives - we read: The Church needs to stand up for people and not waste its time defending its hierarchical patriarchal structure and outmoded traditions.
490 - Aug 1996 - How to overcome the shortage of priests, Fr Kevin Dillon PP
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration is only one of a number of spiritual bonuses to be found in his Mitcham parish.
491 - Jun 1996 - Michael Davies' Australia / NZ tour - The Catholic liturgy: where is it headed?, Michael Gilchrist
The new Mass particularly in its almost universal vernacular forms has fostered a mentality of endless change which has seen the introduction of practices never contemplated during Vatican II: the priest facing the people; standing not kneeling for Communion; reception of Communion on the hand; removal of altar rails and even high altars; lay Extraordinary ministers; childrens liturgies; increasing numbers of alternative Eucharistic Prayers; and now pressures for inclusive language.
492 - May 1996 - Archbishop Little warns priests on flawed 'priestless liturgies' document
The Office of Worship document he said stated (part 3) that Christ is not only present in the Church by means of the Eucharist but also in other ways.
493 - Mar 1996 - Editorial: The problem is belief, B.A. Santamaria
The doctrine of the Eucharist - whether confined to Real Presence or extended to Transubstantiation - would have been proved to be a mirage.
494 - Feb 1996 - 'Mass facing the people': did Vatican II require it?, Eamon Duffy
It expresses a symbolic understanding of the Eucharist which is at best partial at worst defective and paradoxically it encourages a depressing clericalism quite at odds with the teaching of the Council.
495 - Nov 1995 - Post-conciliar renewal? Some Queensland snapshots, Michael Gilchrist
A case in point is a recent publication of the Liturgical Commission of the Archdiocese of Brisbane (January 1995) titled Sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist.
496 - Oct 1995 - Lord Ripon (1828-1909) - I - How to base political life on Christian principles, Fr John Parsons
Lady Amabel urged him not to depend on his feelings or look for a miracle in the way of some special manifestation of the Real Presence in the Eucharist but to ask for light and guidance and be ready to receive that light in the way God sees best.
497 - Aug 1995 - Reflection: A Catholic undergraduate faces the future with confidence, Lucy O'Connell
I have to traipse from parish to parish in search of priests who do not change the form of the Mass or give sermons containing error or de-emphasise the Eucharist.
498 - Jul 1995 - Edel Quinn (1907-1944): Ireland's 20th century apostle to Africa, Michael Gilchrist
But her will-power forgetfulness of herself her commitment to the apostolate prevailed against the odds - thanks Edel believed to the power of the Eucharist.
499 - May 1995 - Editorial: Re-defining Christianity through substitution, B.A. Santamaria
Secular character At a recent large-scale commemorative Mass in Victoria the International Year of Tolerance was invoked by an Aboriginal Elder the Penitential Rite included an Aboriginal Smoking Ceremony while the reading of the Gospel was preceded by an Aboriginal message stick and coal carrier which smoked throughout the reading and the remainder of the Eucharist.
500 - Apr 1995 - New Melbourne R.E. Guidelines: an improvement on the old, Michael Gilchrist
One is also encouraged by such signals as the regular reference to the sacrament of Penance - a more correct title - rather than the commonly used sacrament of Reconciliation while the Eucharist is described at least once in terms of sacrifice (Lower Secondary 13.
501 - Mar 1995 - A young Catholic's view of Youth Liturgies, Bernard Finnigan
The five priests lined up in front of the altar did their utmost to look laid-back and with-it in the spirit of the youthful happening while the Eucharistic Prayer was punctuated at regular intervals by musical refrains about sharing bread.
502 - Dec 1994 - Many vocations: empty seminaries, Fr Timothy E. Deeter
From reports I received devotion to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament is non-existent despite the advice of countless saintly spiritual directors saying a priest needs daily time in adoration of the Eucharistic Lord.
503 - Sep 1994 - New edition of Fr Richard McBrien's 'Catholicism': but dissent still remains, James Likoudis
that anyone in particular was commissioned to preside over the Eucharist in the beginning .
504 - Aug 1994 - Religious orders, associations refuse to accept 'definitive' Papal teaching
We now recognise that many communities within the Church will be deprived of the Eucharist because of the lack of ordained ministers.
505 - Jul 1994 - The revolt of the Religious Orders - Cardinal Ratzinger's statement
Women are running parishes and ministering to the poor and the sick - they are doing everything except celebrating the Eucharist and hearing confessions.
506 - Jun 1994 - Fr Hubert Jedin's 1968 'Letter to the German Bishops', Fr Hubert Jedin
in regard to the Holy Eucharist) are to be suspended even if there results from this a temporary shortage in pastoral care.
507 - Feb 1994 - New studies raise question: How 'Catholic' are Catholic schools?, Michael Gilchrist
321); 62% believed that Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist; 50% agreed that Going to Mass on Sunday is important to me (p.
508 - Feb 1994 - The state of Catholicism after 'Veritatis Splendor', B.A. Santamaria
For the same reason the doctrine of the Eucharist can have little substance.
509 - Oct 1993 - Eucharistic adoration - are we keeping up with the rest of the world?, Christine McCarthy
In the last decade there has been increasing interest and active participation in Eucharistic adoration.
510 - Jul 1993 - U.S. Bishop solves vocations crisis, Michael Gilchrist
And with three strongly-worded pastoral documents - one on abortion another on the Eucharist and the most recent on catechetics - he has made clear his total identity with the Papacy.
511 - Jun 1993 - US opposition to ICEL changes intensifies, AD2000 Report
Stressing the table-fellowship of the Eucharist so much as to neglect the sacrificial character of the Mass and the distinct role of the priest: The regular use of larger breads will foster an awareness in priests and people of the fundamental Eucharistic symbolism of sharing.
512 - May 1993 - 'The Catechism of the Catholic Church': Confronting the post-Christian world, B.A. Santamaria
Theologians who still profess to be and are accepted as Catholic not infrequently deny that Christ knew that He was God; that He ever intended to found a Church; that He ever ordained priests male or female; or that the Real Presence actually exists in the Eucharist let alone that it eventuates through the process defined by Trent as Transubstantiation.
513 - Mar 1993 - Religious Order Leaders challenge Catholic structures
11 describes it thus: A diocese is a section of the People of God entrusted to a bishop to be guided by him with the assistance of his clergy so that loyal to its pastor and formed by him into one community in the Holy Spirit through one Gospel and the Eucharist it constitutes one particular Church in which the one holy catholic and apostolic Church of Christ is truly present and alive.
514 - Feb 1993 - The dimming of the 'vision splendid': religious life in distress, Sr Mary Augustine Lane OP
By this stage the avant garde religious are moving away from the Eucharist as the source of their life and are engaged in neo-pagan rituals which express liberation from the detested male-empowering hierarchical structures of the Church.
515 - Nov 1992 - From a 'workshop' for Pastoral Associates
Various issues rose within the context of Womens Ordination to called Priesthood dress of women priests Blessings Holy Family Eucharist Communion Services marginalised various groups within the Church .
516 - Sep 1992 - The Townsville experiment: next stage in the evolution of an Australian Church?
The Report is critical of this blockage today noting that we are saying to our people - sorry but you cannot have Eucharist just at the moment.
517 - Jun 1992 - Monika Hellwig visits Australia, Michael Gilchrist
A brochure circulated by the Sisters of St Joseph indicates that Dr Monika Hellwig will be speaking at various Catholic venues on such topics as Eucharist and Community Sacraments in Todays Church and What Church for the 90s?
518 - Apr 1992 - Whence Ecumenism? The Vatican and ARCIC, Michael Davies
The first topic to be discussed was that of the Eucharist and Catholics were entitled to be sceptical about this exercise at the outset given the difficulty of establishing any consensus of what Anglicans themselves believe on the subject.
519 - Apr 1992 - Problems of modern Biblical scholarship, B.A. Santamaria
calling and forming disciples the appointment of Apostles the later emergence of the presbyter-bishop and the ones who presided over the Eucharist.
520 - Feb 1992 - The Pope's agenda - overcoming the obstacles, Michael Gilchrist
If priests are lacking then Jesus is lacking in the world as is His Eucharist and His forgiveness.
521 - Dec 1991 - New Zealand: 'transforming the Church from within', John Kennedy OBE
The link with womens ordination comes out in the use of such phrases in the article as preaching and Eucharist are closely linked.
522 - Oct 1991 - The priesthood: one layman's view, B.A. Santamaria
It would be foolish to believe that there is anything intrinsically wrong in itself with lay men and women reading parts of the ordinary of the Mass or with the use of extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist men or women; or with the use of altar girls.
523 - Jun 1991 - Richard John Neuhaus interviewed, Mary Arnold
Arnold: But how specifically do you reconcile theological problems such as the Mass the Eucharist interpretation of Scripture?
524 - May 1991 - Why the 'new' catechetics is flawed, Sr Mary Augustine Lane OP
Elaborate and relevant liturgies which were a feature of the school at other times during the year were obviously no stimulus to devotion to the Eucharist.
525 - Feb 1991 - Leading questions for New Zealand's Religious, Sr Micaela Dillon OP
Most of the questions are about the Eucharist.
526 - Dec 1990 - Books: Australian bishops tell Catholic teachers what to teach, Msgr John P. Kelly
Scattered among its pages one will find statements albeit in just a few words at times affirming that sacred Tradition is a vehicle for revelation; that interpretation of the Scriptures (and Tradition) must be subject to its authentic interpretation by the Magisterium; that the Pope is infallible; the truth of Jesus resurrection; that the risen Jesus offers Himself to the Father today (particularly) through the Sacrament of the Eucharist also called the Mass; that Eucharistic (school or class) liturgies are not purely affective experiences; genuflection as adoration and reverence; the meaning of Transubstantiation; the obligation to attend Sunday and Holy Day Mass; that first Confession precedes first Communion; the necessity after grave sin of sacramental Absolution before receiving Communion; the distinction between venial and grave (or mortal) sin; the reality of Original Sin; the Ten Commandments; that abortion is wrong that artificial contraception is inconsistent with a Christian understanding of human sexuality; that homosexual actions are not Christian love; the existence of judgement Heaven Hell Purgatory angels and devils.
527 - Nov 1990 - Can Australia's seminaries turn the tide?, Michael Gilchrist
It is not enough to celebrate the Eucharist exactly as in the Roman Missal.
528 - Mar 1990 - New Zealand: tensions between Rome and the Bishops, John Kennedy OBE
It is good that relations between the two groups of bishops should be close but that good vanishes if the closeness is taken to suggest that they are at one on such vital matters as the Real Presence in the Eucharist the exercise of papal authority the Petrine Primacy infallibility the Marian dogmas and other major teachings or disciplines.
529 - Mar 1990 - 'Being church': manipulating language to change meaning, Fr Peter J. Elliott
It has similar nuances to insisting always on Eucharist instead of Mass or teaching eight-year-olds to explain dramatically that they are making their first reconciliation.
530 - Feb 1990 - Books: Archbishop Oscar Romero: a modern martyr - 'Romero: a Life', by James Brockman, Paul Gray
No Masses were held in the parishes and the laity were urged to attend a commemorative Eucharist at the San Salvador cathedral.
531 - Jun 1989 - Australian Catholicism's one million "lost": a sociological analysis, B.A. Santamaria
Without a theologically trained and ordained leadership it must be expected that such communities would adopt a more Protestant style with the Eucharist and other sacraments less central to their lives a greater emphasis on the Word less awareness of doctrinal and theological traditions and less tolerance of authority.
532 - Mar 1989 - Who do they think they are?, B.A. Santamaria
None who have opposed the Churchs teaching on intercommunion although it automatically involves a different teaching on the nature of the Eucharist and of the ordained ministry.
533 - Feb 1989 - The condition of Catholic teacher training in Australia, Michael Gilchrist
Easter the Eucharist the Mass Our Lady or the Gospels but too often these are emptied of their all-important supernatural significance.
534 - Sep 1988 - 'Putting the essence of the Faith in doubt' (Jean Guitton), B.A. Santamaria
Symptomatic are the Holy Sees concern over the challenge to the basic concept of the priesthood involved in the abuse of the institution of lay ministers of the Eucharist the subject of a recent decree of the Pontifical Commission for the Authentic Interpretation of the Code of Canon Law; the Popes plea for an end to the abuses associated with the Sacrament of Penance which was the subject of a recent address to American Bishops; and untenable ideas concerning the Eucharist which surfaced recently on the front page of the Melbourne Advocate (23 June).
535 - May 1988 - Cardinal Ratzinger: defender of the Faith, Andrew Greenwich
The normal means of entering into this relationship with the paschal mystery of the Lord is through the Sacrament of Penance and the Eucharist.
536 - Dec 1987 - index: AD2000 - a journal of religious opinion
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