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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 - May 2013 - Francis: pope of paradox, Damian Wyld(Subscribers only - please login to view)
In his eight-year reign Benedict XVI achieved an incredible amount: the establishment of the Anglican Ordinariate the opening of dialogue with the various Orthodox churches removal of restrictions on the Traditional Latin Mass and sacraments doctrinal talks with the Society of St Pius X and countless new appointments of bishops and cardinals to name but a few.
4 - Mar 2013 - Books: CONTEMPLATING CHRIST WITH LUKE by Cardinal George Pell, Brother Barry Coldrey
One of his colleagues Cardinal Godfried Danneels Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels (now retired) recently wrote in an article: Modern Belgians are often interested in a range of secularised spiritualities but allergic to the teachings and sacraments of the Church.
5 - Mar 2013 - True reform in the Church: Yves Congar's golden mean, Andrew Kania
Among these for example are dogma the sacraments and the essential structure of the Church.
6 - Feb 2013 - Reflection: The cathedral: symbol of Christ's authoritative teaching, Bishop Michael Kennedy
Every Catholic church has an altar but it is in front of this altar that bishops are ordained and consecrated; in front of this altar that the bishop ordains and lays hands on the men sent into the parishes as priests; in front of this altar that the sacred oils - of Chrism of Catechumens and of the sick - are consecrated and with these oils the sacraments are then celebrated and administered throughout the diocese.
7 - Feb 2013 - Books: TAI CHI, REIKI: A Guide for all Christians, by Br Max Sculley FSC, Br Barry Coldrey
95 ISBN: 978-1-92142-171-6 Available from Freedom Publishing) Cardinal Godfried Danneels former Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels recently wrote: Modern Belgians are often interested in a range of spiritualities but allergic to the sacraments of the Church.
8 - Feb 2013 - History: Parish life in the Middle Ages (Part 2): living under canon law, Frank Mobbs
The Friars Tale from Chaucers Canterbury Tales succinctly captures the Summoners task: Who boldly did the execution due On fornication and on witchcraft too Bawdry adultery and defamation Breaches of wills and contract spoliation Of church endowment failure in the rents And tithes and disregarded sacraments.
9 - Feb 2013 - Events: iWitness Retreat: a celebration of young adult Catholic faith, Br Barry Coldrey
Sacraments theme This fifth iWitness Retreat took as its central theme the Sacraments the great channels of Gods Grace for Christians.
10 - Feb 2013 - News: The Church Around the World
LifeSite News Art and liturgical music: Vatican directives With the Vaticans approval of its restructuring on 14 November the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments is shifting its focus more intensely onto art and liturgical music.
11 - Dec 2012 - Books: A BIBLICAL SEARCH FOR THE CHURCH CHRIST FOUNDED, by Linus F. Clovis, Michael Daniel
Interestingly the discussion of the seven sacraments appears in the next section in which the author explores the mission of the Church Christ founded before a lengthy treatise on the four marks of the Church (One Holy Catholic and Apostolic).
12 - Dec 2012 - History: Parish life in the Middle Ages (Part 1), Frank Mobbs
Parish boundaries were important because taxes and dues fell on parishioners who had rights to sacraments burials and blessings within their parish.
13 - Dec 2012 - Catholicism: The Year of Faith: time to revisit the Catechism of the Catholic Church Church, Audrey English
There are four main sections: Creed Sacraments Moral life and Prayer.
14 - Dec 2012 - News: The Church Around the World
The celebrant was Cardinal Antonio Canizares Llovera the Spanish-born Prefect of the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments whose theological and liturgical views closely match those of Pope Benedict XVI.
15 - Nov 2012 - Books: CATHOLICISM: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith, by Fr Robert Barron, Michael Gilchrist
The books ten chapters mirror each episode of the documentary dealing with the Incarnation Jesus Teachings the Mystery of God Mary Saints Peter and Paul Christ and the Church Sacraments and Worship the Communion of Saints Prayer and the Life of the Spirit and Last Things.
16 - Oct 2012 - The Year of Faith and true unity of faith, Cardinal Raymond Burke
A new evangelisation is teaching the faith through preaching catechesis and all forms of Catholic education celebrating the faith in the Sacraments and in their extension through prayer and devotion and living the faith through the practice of the virtues all as if for the first time that is with the engagement and energy of the first disciples and of the first missionaries.
17 - Oct 2012 - Universities: Cardinal Pell's tertiary ministry at Sydney's universities, Br Barry Coldrey
Of course these teams need priestly support especially to make the Mass and the Sacraments available.
18 - 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.
19 - Sep 2012 - The Church's mission priority: to search for its 'lost sheep', Andrew Kania
They bestow great care on the maintenance of their church and their school; they faithfully administer the sacraments and teach doctrine clearly which is all excellent but without any real concern they neglect all that part of their flock which needs evangelising.
20 - Sep 2012 - Australian Catholic Students Association Conference 2012, Br Barry Coldrey
Todays ACSA Mission is to: inspire a deeper love of Jesus Christ and His Church through prayer the Sacraments and in Masses of extraordinary beauty; inform young Catholic adults of the threats which challenge the moral foundation of individuals and society; equip young Catholic adults to speak with authority and act with commitment on their Catholic faith.
21 - Sep 2012 - News: The Church Around the World
We have the same sacraments similar challenges.
22 - Aug 2012 - Letters: Women priests, Francis Vrizmoed
Catholics holding such a view are in effect claiming that the Catholic Church is no longer the one true Church of Christ since it has from the very beginning refused to administer one of the seven sacraments to half the population of Catholic faithful.
23 - Jul 2012 - Books: ANSWERING THE ANTI-CATHOLIC CHALLENGE, by Robert M. Haddad, Angela Schumann
Bolas answers other criticisms explaining for example the necessity for the physical aspects of the sacraments and how they are channels for Gods grace rather than impediments.
24 - Jul 2012 - Letters: Transubstantiation, Frank Mobbs
The same applies to the other sacraments.
25 - 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.
26 - May 2012 - Books: A COMPANION TO CATHOLIC EDUCATION, by Leonardo Franchi and Stephen McKinney (ed), Angela Schumann
Part 1 provides a crash course in Catholic philosophy and theology including Scripture the Sacraments the Liturgy and Catholic moral and social teaching.
27 - May 2012 - Religious Freedom: Catholics in Iraq: a struggle for survival, Archbishop Bashar Matti Warda
These moments required me to deepen my vocation and prepared me to be ready for the mission which is beyond just the celebration of the Sacraments but required me to accompany my people especially during these moments of poorness that we all experienced at that time.
28 - May 2012 - Young adult ministry 2012: more reasons for hope, Br Barry Coldrey
Following Mass and morning tea Bishop Commensoli gave an address on The Sacraments and Divine Love.
29 - Mar 2012 - Year of Grace: can Australian Catholicism recover its unity?, Michael Gilchrist
Since that time proponents of discontinuity seeing Vatican II as a blueprint for radical changes to the Churchs authority structures doctrines liturgy disciplines religious life seminary formation etc have mostly dominated the key decision-making areas affecting religious education in schools priestly formation liturgy and sacraments and the religious orders.
30 - Feb 2012 - Books: THE RETURN OF MODERNISM:The Second Wave Revisited, by Dr J.N. Santamaria, David Perrin
Modernism undermines the Magisterium of the Catholic Church denies that truth is absolute and immutable undermines dogmas of the Church perverts the notion of sin and redemption undermines the priesthood and the sacraments denies the mediation of Christ and His Church promotes a false theory of revelation and distorts the New Testament as a factual account of what Christ did and said.
31 - Feb 2012 - Census: Growth and decline in the churches: research findings, Frank Mobbs
I mention only a few of the latter: A widespread conviction amongst Catholics that they have no obligation to attend Mass or receive any sacraments.
32 - Feb 2012 - Domus Australia: 'Roots and wings': a little corner of Australia in Rome, Fr Anthony Denton
That is a firm foundation in the faith and the freedom to live that out strengthened by the sacraments.
33 - Dec 2011 - Schools: St Philomena's school: a beacon of excellence, Alistair Barros
In fact a number of its teachers are not in the Society and the school does not force the sacraments on students.
34 - Oct 2011 - Letters: World Youth Day, Arnold Jago
Will WYD returnees find their home churches filled with a great thirst for the sacraments and great zeal for the spread of Gods Kingdom?
35 - Oct 2011 - Letters: Anglican Ordinariate, Bishop Harry Entwhistle
The Ordinariate will be in full organic union with the Catholic Church and therefore any Catholic is free to worship in an Ordinariate group and receive the sacraments.
36 - 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.
37 - 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.
38 - Sep 2011 - Youth: Catholic young adult ministry: Sydney's formula for success, Br Barry Coldrey
they naturally need priestly support to make Mass and the Sacraments available.
39 - Aug 2011 - Reflection: The new evangelisation: 'missionary spirit' needed, Fr Dennis W. Byrnes
The same Holy Spirit comes to us today especially in the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation to call us to mission in Christs Church.
40 - Aug 2011 - Letters: Anglican ordinariate, Michael Apthorp
Any Catholic is free to worship and receive the sacraments in Ordinariate parishes.
41 - Aug 2011 - Bishop Conley on the new Missal translation: 'The very words of God', Bishop James Conley
As priests when we speak Christs words in the Eucharist - or in any of the sacraments - these words possess divine power to change and transfigure.
42 - Jul 2011 - Letters: Lack of vocations, Susanna Vale
If Bishop Morris had listened to the concerns of those who merely wanted to receive the peace of Christ in the sacraments then they would not have had to speak to Rome at all.
43 - Jul 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
This is especially true of the preparation of the faithful to meet our Lord in the sacraments.
44 - Jun 2011 - Letters: Catholic religious education: some grassroots views, John Morissey
I have nothing but gratitude for the heroic teaching sisters and brothers who in the 1950s and 1960s instilled the Faith in us with the catechism prayer an understanding of the liturgy and the sacraments and hymns which reflected orthodox Church teaching.
45 - Jun 2011 - Australia's Anglican Ordinariate on track, Bishop Peter Elliott
and now in full communion with the Catholic Church to which is added significantly or those who receive the Sacraments of Initiation within the jurisdiction of the Ordinariate.
46 - May 2011 - Reflection: The Resurrection: ultimate meaning of our existence, Fr Dennis Byrnes
This is why the symbolism of the lighted candles used in the lit-urgy and the sacraments of the Church represent the light of Christ which guides us through the dark and often twisted paths of this world.
47 - Apr 2011 - Reflection: Benedict XVI: Palm Sunday means following Jesus Christ, Pope Benedict XVI
Letting the Lord take us by the hand through the sacraments is another part of it.
48 - Mar 2011 - iWitness 2010: an unforgettable retreat for young Catholics, Br Barry Coldrey
The topics covered included: The Real Jesus and His Church (Bishop Tim Costelloe); The Devil Twists and Turns in 2010 (Bishop Julian Porteous); The Two Hearts of Jesus and Mary (Anna Krohn); Grace and the Sacraments (Robert Haddad); Understanding the Mass and its new Translation (Cardinal George Pell); and a question and answer session with Rocky Mimmo Dr Michael Casey and Katrina Lee.
49 - Feb 2011 - Liturgical rights of Catholics must be upheld, Fr Martin Durham
(In this regard Cardinal Arinze former Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments observed a few years ago: The do-it-yourself Mass is ended.
50 - Nov 2010 - Saints: Blessed John Henry Newman: why he is worthy of canonisation, Frank Mobbs
Sacraments were charged with the power and love of God.
51 - Nov 2010 - Homosexuality: Courage and EnCourage Chicago Conference: holiness the key, Marie Mason
The quality of reverence and attention to prayer and the sacraments offered throughout the conference was one area of note.
52 - Nov 2010 - Canonisation: St Mary of the Cross MacKillop: let the truth be told, Peter Westmore
Without the heroic mission of the religious sisters and brothers who established primary and secondary schools throughout Australia from the 1870s onwards exemplified by St Mary MacKillop a generation of Australian Catholics would never have gained a sound knowledge of the faith and access to the sacraments.
53 - Oct 2010 - Good priests: the Church's essential foot soldiers, Cardinal George Pell
Gods grace and glory are at work in the sacraments usually through the actions of the priest which generate grace or spiritual energy through the passion of Christ.
54 - Oct 2010 - New Missal: Why we need the new translation of the Mass, Bishop Peter J. Elliott
A reorganised International Committee on English in the Liturgy (ICEL) has worked on the translations under the guidance of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments through the Vox Clara (A Clear Voice) committee chaired by Cardinal George Pell.
55 - Oct 2010 - Real Presence: Nigerian priest brings Eucharistic Adoration to a Brisbane parish, Bob Denahy
bull; Thank Him for the Sacraments.
56 - Oct 2010 - Youth: Young adult Catholic ministry: hopeful signs continue, Br Barry Coldrey
Most importantly they were practising Catholics who accepted the Churchs core doctrines attended Mass on Sundays received the sacraments and did their best with the Churchs moral teachings.
57 - Sep 2010 - Books: MEETING JESUS AND FOLLOWING HIM: A Retreat, by Cardinal Francis Arinze, Br Barry Coldrey
In due course as a cardinal he became the first African cardinal to head a Vatican office being Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.
58 - Sep 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
In defending this Church teaching Archbishop Wuerl said The seven sacraments are an integral and identifying part of the Catholic Church and the faith life of each Catholic.
59 - Aug 2010 - Books: THE GUILLOTINE AND THE CROSS, by Warren H. Carroll, Michael Daniel
Heroism also took the form of priests silently and secretly moving from place to place administering the sacraments and celebrating Mass for their flocks.
60 - Aug 2010 - Foundations of Faith: The Sacrament of Penance: whatever happened to confession?, Br Barry Coldrey
Young dedicated adult Catholics and younger priests have discovered one another and the sacraments are readily available.
61 - Aug 2010 - Troubled future of the Church in Ireland, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
We need a more demanding catechesis within a parish framework for those who wish to come forward for admission to the sacraments.
62 - Jul 2010 - Reflection: The challenge: how to spread God's word in a secular culture, Bishop Arthur Serratelli
It includes celebrating the sacraments being living witnesses of the gospel leading the way in the works of justice and peace and building up the Church as community.
63 - Jul 2010 - Books: Order books from www.freedompublishing.com.au
90 each) covering The Creed The Sacraments Life in Christ and Paths of Prayer.
64 - Jul 2010 - Editorial: Religious education: the challenge of secularism, Michael Gilchrist
This will require a combination of improved RE texts a strong prayer life development of regular reception of the sacraments particularly the Sacrament of Penance and committed teachers.
65 - Jun 2010 - Books: Order books from www.freedompublishing.com.au
90 each) covering The Creed The Sacraments Life in Christ and Paths of Prayer.
66 - Jun 2010 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: The Eucharist: the background to Vatican II's liturgical reforms, Br Barry Coldrey
Local languages replaced Latin in the administration of the sacraments.
67 - Jun 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
These indicate that any Catholic who joined the Nazi party wore the uniform or flew the swastika flag would no longer be able to receive the sacraments.
68 - May 2010 - Books: Order books from www.freedompublishing.com.au
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.
69 - Apr 2010 - Books: Order books from www.freedompublishing.com.au
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.
70 - Apr 2010 - Real Presence: Eucharistic Adoration: ultimate weapon of spiritual warfare, Fr Martin Durham
To that list we can add the spiritual weapons of the sacraments and sacramentals (such as blessed salt and blessed water).
71 - 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.
72 - Apr 2010 - More Australian Anglicans respond to Benedict XVI's invitation, AD2000 Report
More important we are the ones who in matters of faith and morals - what we believe about the Gospel the creeds the ministry and the sacraments - and how we live have always claimed to be Catholic.
73 - Mar 2010 - Foundations of Faith: What the Second Vatican Council really said, John Young
Then in its description of Christs Church the Constitution shows that the Catholic Church is meant for it speaks of its hierarchical structure with the Pope at its head and of the sacraments.
74 - Feb 2010 - Books: SECULAR SABOTAGE, by Bill Donahue, Fr Martin Durham
To this list we can add other weapons at our disposal: the Mass Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament the Rosary penance the sacraments and sacramentals.
75 - Feb 2010 - Foundations of Faith: Celebrating the Eucharist during the early Christian centuries, Br Barry Coldrey
At the centre of the Churchs year the celebration of Easter the candidates judged ready for membership were given the sacraments of initiation: Baptism Confirmation and Eucharist.
76 - Feb 2010 - Catholic Culture: 'A small brave initiative': Campion College's second graduation, Br Barry Coldrey
My charge is of free cost to preach the Gospel to minister the Sacraments to instruct the simple to reform sinners to confute errors - in brief to cry alarm spiritual against foul vice and proud ignorance wherewith many of my dear countrymen are abused.
77 - Dec 2009 - Letters: Women priests, Ken Bayliss
They are the only three Christian Churches with priesthood as one of the seven sacraments.
78 - Dec 2009 - Victoria: Abortion evil: pro-life forces need to be united, John Morrissey
In this regard Archbishop Raymond Burke formerly of St Louis has insisted that Catholic politicians should be forced to accept that they cannot continue to receive the Sacraments while supporting abortion.
79 - 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.
80 - Oct 2009 - Letters: Liturgy reform, Paul Martin
I read with interest the report of the Introduction of Archbishop Malcolm Ranjith former Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments to the soon to be published book True Development of the Liturgy by Msgr N.
81 - 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.
82 - Oct 2009 - Episcopacy: Bishop Luc Matthys: on being a bishop, Bishop Luc Matthys of Armidale
The Munus Sanctificandi: the task of sanctifying especially through the administration of the sacraments the Sacrifice of the Mass the devotional life and sacramentals.
83 - Oct 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
Zenit News Agency Cardinal Arinze cautions against false inculturation Cardinal Francis Arinze who served as prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments from 2002 to 2008 warned the bishops of Asia during a homily on 16 August against liturgical idiosyncracies and false conceptions of inculturation.
84 - Sep 2009 - Books: JOHN GERARD: Autobiography of an Elizabethan, trans. By Philip Caraman SJ, Michael E. Daniel
During much of this time he was able to move freely around the countryside and London celebrating Mass and other sacraments in secret and bringing many people to the Catholic Church.
85 - Sep 2009 - The Reformation and England's changing Coronation Oath, Tom Johnstone
Its provisions demanded that all persons taking any office of trust civil or military or admitted of the Kings or Duke of Yorks household were to receive the Sacraments according to the usage of the Church of England and to make and subscribe the following declaration: I .
86 - Sep 2009 - Liturgical Books: The case for a new Missal translation, Bishop Arthur J. Serratelli
From there the text goes to the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments for recognitio (official approbation).
87 - 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.
88 - Aug 2009 - Magisterium: Authentic Catholicism: neither progressive nor conservative, Fr Martin Durham
the Creed the Sacraments the Ten Commandments as set out in the Catechism discipline represents the laws made by the authority of the Church which are binding such as the liturgical require- ments governing celebrations of the Mass and other rituals or the length of the fast prescribed before Holy Communion.
89 - Aug 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic News Agency New Divine Worship Congregation Secretary Benedict XVI has appointed Dominican Father Joseph Di Noia as Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments elevating him at the same time to the rank of archbishop.
90 - Jul 2009 - Letters: Priestly celibacy, Brian Bibby
When Christ established His Church He also instituted seven Sacraments among them Matrimony and Holy Orders.
91 - Jun 2009 - Reflection: Pentecost and the power of the Holy Spirit for today, Fr Dennis W Byrnes
If we reflect upon the history of the Church we see clearly the truth of this reflected in the case of the sacraments the hierarchy and the decrees of the Second Vatican Council.
92 - May 2009 - Books: Golden Years: Grounds for Hope: Fr Golden and the Newman Society 1950-1966, David Kehoe
These teachings were not just on sexual morality; they also included fundamental areas such as the liturgy the sacraments and the govern- ment of the Church.
93 - May 2009 - Conversion: A Catholic convert's story (Part 2): Are there any regrets?, Michael Daniel
Many bishops are also to be commended for inviting priests from overseas to serve in their dioceses to ensure their faithful have access to the sacraments.
94 - 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.
95 - Apr 2009 - Letters: Active Catholics?, Rev Edward P. Evans
He has discarded the regulations of the liturgy and administration of the sacraments baptising people with his own formula thus making the sacrament invalid.
96 - Apr 2009 - Foundations of Faith: The Mass and private devotions in Catholic life, Br Barry Coldrey
As with approved apparitions such as Lourdes or Fatima particular approved devotions while not obligatory for Catholics are recommended practices for fostering commitment to the essentials such as the Scriptures including the central role of Our Lady the Mass and the sacraments.
97 - Apr 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
However the Vatican has intervened forcing its cancellation with the request made by the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.
98 - Mar 2009 - Did Antonio Gramsci have second thoughts?, Babette Francis
Archbishop Luigi De Magistris former head of the Apostolic Penitentiary of the Holy See which deals with confessions indulgences and the forgiveness of sins said Gramsci had died taking the Sacraments.
99 - Mar 2009 - Vocations: Indian priests: still plentiful but fewer available for overseas, AD2000 Report
He said he feels more vital in India than he did in the United States or Europe where he was needed only for the sacraments.
100 - Feb 2009 - Letters: Inclusive language, Eamonn Keane
On 1 February 2008 the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issued a ruling approved by Pope Benedict XVI to the effect that all baptisms conferred with inclusive terminology are invalid and that any subsequent sacraments received after such invalid baptisms are also invalid.
101 - Feb 2009 - Foundations of Faith: Protestant Reformation: origins and beliefs, Frank Mobbs
There are only three sacraments.
102 - Feb 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
Sign of Peace may be moved The now retired prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments Cardinal Francis Arinze said in November that the Pope may consider moving the sign of peace to before the offertory.
103 - Feb 2009 - The Statement of Conclusions: any signs of progress after ten years?, Michael Gilchrist
Further a bishop should exercise vigilance over the celebration and administration of the sacraments in his diocese ensuring these are administered according to the proper liturgical norms .
104 - Dec 2008 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: Which Church did Jesus establish with his authority?, Frank Mobbs
They recite the same creed as Catholics and celebrate much the same sacraments.
105 - Dec 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
The report states that most respondents say that the experience of attending a Catholic institution made no difference in their support for the Catholic Church or its teaching or their participation in Catholic Sacraments.
106 - Dec 2008 - Novus Ordo: Vatican approves new Missal translation, Michael Gilchrist
In a letter dated 23 June 2008 to Cardinal Francis George President of the US Bishops Conference Cardinal Francis Arinze Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments said that his Congregation was confident that the universal use of these texts will greatly contribute to the building up of the Faith throughout the broad and diverse English-speaking world.
107 - Nov 2008 - Letters: South Brisbane parish - Catholic or not?, Richard Stokes
Following Archbishop Bathersbys letter to the rebel church of St Marys South Brisbane on 29 September I attended one of the community meetings intended to work out what to do so as to address the Archbishops letter in which he directs the parish to align itself with the Catholic Church particularly in regard to the norms of the sacraments and the Mass.
108 - Nov 2008 - Anima Women's Network: giving 'heart' to women of faith, Anna Krohn
Sacraments and prayer Anima also relies on the sacramental and prayer life of its members.
109 - Nov 2008 - Dissent: Business as usual at South Brisbane's rebel church, Michael Gilchrist
Continue blessing and welcoming for sacraments gay/lesbian divorced and non-catholic sic community members.
110 - Nov 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
Other consultants include Fr Mauro Gagliardi an expert in dogmatic theology and professor at the Legionaries of Christs Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum; Opus Dei Spanish priest Juan Joseacute; Silvestre Valor professor at the Pontifical University of Santa Croce in Rome; and Fr Uwe Michael Lang CO an official of the Congregation for the Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments and author of the book Turning Towards the Lord which argues the historical basis for Mass celebrated ad orientem (with priest and congregation facing in the same direction during the Liturgy of the Eucharist).
111 - Oct 2008 - Response: Archbishop Bathersby's concerns over rebel Brisbane parish, Michael Gilchrist
Ad hoc decisions have been made by St Marys about liturgy certainly with the sacraments of Baptism Confirmation and Marriage and especially the Sacrament of Eucharist.
112 - Sep 2008 - Foundations of Faith: Priesthood and the sacraments: Divine help for eternal salvation, Br Barry Coldrey
Sacraments according to the Catechism are outward signs instituted by Jesus Christ to give grace.
113 - Aug 2008 - Books: QUESTION TIME by Fr John Flader, Fr Anthony Robbie
The book is divided into four sections following the traditional division of catechisms - doctrine sacraments morality and prayer.
114 - Aug 2008 - Letters: Timeless truths?, John Frey
On our way homeward to God Mother Church nourishes us by her sacraments and guides us by her teachings which provide doctrinal content for Christian living.
115 - Jul 2008 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: Jesus: how do we know he was God?, Br Barry Coldrey CFC
The holiness of the Church resides in its founder in the Eucharist and the other sacraments such as Baptism and Confirmation its prayer life and its capacity to inspire great holiness in some of its members whom it recognises as canonised saints.
116 - May 2008 - FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: What are the basics of Catholic belief and practice?, Lucy Tucker
If Jesus is Lord meaning really and truly divine then everything else follows: the infallibility of the Church the inerrancy of Scripture the ex opere operato reality of the sacraments the papacy the dogmas concerning the Blessed Virgin Mary all the truth.
117 - May 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
CathNews Cardinal Arinze warns against wild liturgy Cardinal Francis Arinze Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments recently criticised liturgical abuses and recklessly innovative priests who he said act as Reverend Showman.
118 - Apr 2008 - Fly Away to Heaven project: responding to Christ's call to charity, Fr John Fowles CCS
Essential aspect Benedict XVI reminds us that Christian charity equal in importance to preaching the Gospel and administering the Sacraments is an essential aspect of the Churchs endeavour.
119 - 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.
120 - Mar 2008 - Books: SEARCHING FOR AND MAINTAINING PEACE, by Father Jacques Philippe, Tim Cannon
Frequenting the sacraments and seeking out earnest and reliable spiritual direction are indispensable for the Catholic wishing to till the interior soil.
121 - Mar 2008 - Letters: Response, Richard Stokes
Indeed one advice a number of years ago was that to be taken seriously one had to gather real evidence of abuses in the sacraments.
122 - Mar 2008 - 40 Years On: Vatican II at its mid-life crisis, Br Barry Coldrey
Also following the Council the use of some Sacraments especially the Sacrament of Penance (Reconciliation) declined and preaching tended to avoid tough Gospel teachings such as sinfulness and the need for conversion reconcilation and penance as well as death judgement Purgatory Heaven and Hell.
123 - Dec 2007 - Letters: True Church, Peter D. Howard
She acknowledges many truths in other ecclesial communities but not seven sacraments not a valid priesthood and no Eucharistic sacrifice therefore and no Magisterium.
124 - Dec 2007 - 1962 Missal: Australian bishops support Benedict XV's liberalising of the Latin Mass, AD2000 Report
This was referred to scathingly in a recent interview (see below) by the Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments Archbishop Malcolm Ranjith Patabendige.
125 - Dec 2007 - Catechetics: Religious education in Catholic schools: the role of parish priests, Michael Gilchrist
celebrating Mass and the sacraments) and governing (administering and directing the social life of the Church).
126 - Dec 2007 - Schools: The state of Catholic education: teacher and student experiences, Br Barry Coldrey
Criticisms Those who have attended Catholic primary and/or secondary schools almost invariably offer the following criticisms: the RE teacher(s) obviously wasnt a practising Catholic; there was an anti-Church anti-Catholic aggro about the place among some teachers and some students; the religious education teacher(s) contradicted church teaching on the tough moral issues of the age; a good deal of time was spent on comparative religions with little on core Catholic matters such as the Mass and sacraments; there was a fascination with rhetorical soft-Left political questions such as care for the environment without the slightest sense that there is a hierarchy of importance in moral matters and concern for the state of the earth is more a political question than a Catholic moral issue; the only area that could be endorsed readily was the concern for the least the little and the lost in society viewed in material terms alone - a good thing as far as it goes.
127 - Dec 2007 - Editorial: Liturgy: light at the end of the tunnel, Michael Gilchrist
Included in that report is an interview with the Secretary of the Vatican Congregation for Liturgy and the Discipline of the Sacraments who offers forthright views on abuses in the Novus Ordo along with the need for the worlds bishops to cooperate fully with the terms of Benedicts motu proprio.
128 - Nov 2007 - Internet 'Singing Catechism': catechesis for the 21st century, Fr James Tierney
It has 50 Questions and Answers from the Catholic Family Catechism Disciples Edition on Creed Sacraments Commandments and Prayer which are the core of our holy faith.
129 - Oct 2007 - Catholic Life: Sydney's Pastoral Plan ready for implementation in 2008, Michael Gilchrist
The Plan focuses especially on parish life and the need to strengthen catechesis associated with the sacraments and encourage parishes to be more missionary.
130 - Sep 2007 - Laity: How the Legion of Mary can benefit parishes, Fr Hugh Thwaites SJ
The Legion of Mary is an instrument God has already used to draw millions to a Catholic life - to the faith if they were not Catholics and back to the sacraments if they were.
131 - 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.
132 - 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.
133 - Aug 2007 - Lex orandi: Benedict XVI's liturgical armistice: 'Summorum Pontificum', Fr Glen Tattersall
As well all of the sacraments may be administered in their older form.
134 - Jul 2007 - Reflection: Bishop Robert Finn on what it means to be a Catholic priest, Bishop Robert Finn
For by your ministry the spiritual sacrifice of the faithful will be made perfect being united to the sacrifice of Christ which will be offered through your hands in an unbloody way on the altar in union with the faithful in the celebration of the sacraments.
135 - Jul 2007 - Books: AD2000 Books
00 An Illustrated Catechism Inos Biffi This beautifully illustrated book introduces the basics of Catholicm to young children following the structure of the Catechism of the Catholic Church: The Creed Sacraments Commandments and Prayer.
136 - Jul 2007 - Interview: He could no longer explain why he wasn't Catholic, Tim Drake and Francis Beckwith
After all if I return to the Church and participate in the sacraments I lose nothing since I would still be a follower of Jesus and believe everything that the Catholic creeds teach as I have always believed.
137 - Jun 2007 - Books: AD2000 Books
He directs the reader to the more humble safer path which discerns Gods presence in prayer Scripture sacraments and love of neighbour.
138 - Jun 2007 - Obituary: Bill Daly RIP: fearless defender of Catholic orthodoxy in Australia, Fr James Tierney
In those days home preparation for the Sacraments was unheard of though thanks to Bill and Imelda and others it is normal enough now and I was to pioneer it parish-wide at St Nicholas of Myra Penrith later in the 1970s.
139 - Jun 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
Similarly only 38 percent of the young respondents could provide the number of Gospels in the New Testament and another 38 percent could give the number of Catholic sacraments.
140 - May 2007 - Reflection: Teaching children about the Eucharist, Audrey English
For the parents of Generation Y and of primary and high school children are often no more than cultural Catholics: their children are baptised go to Catholic schools and they themselves come to Mass when those children receive the sacraments but their attachment to the Church does not commit them to a full participation.
141 - May 2007 - Books: AD2000 Books
He directs the reader to the more humble safer path which discerns Gods presence in prayer Scripture sacraments and love of neighbour.
142 - May 2007 - The importance of 'holy things' for one's Christian faith, Andrew Kania
On a general level a lack of appreciation for the sacred is perhaps no better exemplified than in the deliberate dressing-down and general irreverence at church services be they weddings the celebration of the sacraments or Sunday Masses.
143 - May 2007 - Documents: Benedict XVI's new document on the Eucharist - Sacramentum Caritatis, Michael Gilchrist
Mk 10:2- 12) of not admitting the divorced and remarried to the sacraments since their state and their condition of life objectively contradict the loving union of Christ and the Church signified and made present in the Eucharist.
144 - Apr 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
The Archbishop warned that no Catholics had the right to modify the manner of celebrating the sacraments to their own liking without risking their profanation and the loss of their sanctifying force.
145 - Mar 2007 - Media: The Rosary of the Virgin Mary - 4 DVD or 4 CD set, Michael Gilchrist
This prayerful and catechetical tool contains meditations for every Hail Mary and gently draws the family into the love of Christ vocational discernment and action and to a deeper appreciation of the gift of the Church the sacraments and the value of human life.
146 - Mar 2007 - Catholicism flourishes in South Korea, Richard Stokes
There is no reason why a Korean priest would be unsuited to administering the sacraments in Australia.
147 - Mar 2007 - Formation: Continuing growth of Sydney's Catholic Adult Education Centre, AD2000 Report
Each issue is on a single topic such as one of the sacraments aspects of the Mass Scripture spirituality the meaning of suffering etc.
148 - Feb 2007 - Reflection: Why the Church must continue to uphold priestly celibacy, Fr Pat Stratford
A priest is a minister to the eternal sacrifice of Christ a ministry which extends outwards from that core to the ministry of the word and sacraments.
149 - Feb 2007 - Letters: Truth and love, Chris Hilder
Christ recognised and understood all of this and that is why he left the Church and the sacraments as guarantors and nourishes of truth and love.
150 - Feb 2007 - Priesthood: Orthodox priests in a divided Church, Fr John Trigilio
These priests Commonweal continued were guilty of adhering to a cultic model of the priesthood that stressed the essential difference between clergy and laity that saw the priest as a man set apart whose job is providing the sacraments teaching the Catholic Churchs doctrine and being a model of faith and devotion.
151 - Dec 2006 - Letters: Church teaching, Mark Moriarty
The last sentence is very telling and worth quoting in full: God has bound salvation to the sacrament of Baptism but he himself is not bound by his sacraments.
152 - Dec 2006 - Letters: Vatican guidelines on Holy Communion for politicians, Vincent Bemowski
Consider the following: It is sometimes claimed that dissent from the Magisterium is totally compatible with being a good Catholic and poses no obstacle to the reception of the sacraments.
153 - Dec 2006 - Shrines: Marian Valley: Queensland's centre of pilgrimage, Peter Westmore
Every year tens of thousands of pilgrims visit Marian Valley particularly on Feast Days devoted to the large number of Marian shrines at the centre to participate in Masses Eucharistic Processions Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament Stations of the Cross the Rosary devotions days of reflection spiritual retreats and reception of the sacraments.
154 - Dec 2006 - Catechesis of the Good Shepherd: the Montessori method for RE, Anne Delsorte
Going back to the heart of Christian doctrine they presented themes essential to the Catholic faith: the simplest and richest moments in Scripture liturgical celebration and the sacraments.
155 - Dec 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
Skylstad President of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops asked his fellow bishops to inform all pastors of the change which was prompted by a letter from Cardinal Francis Arinze Prefect of the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments.
156 - Dec 2006 - Benedict XVI challenges 'de-Christianisation' of society, Michael Gilchrist
He observed that the advance of secularisation and of relativism means not only that the Sacraments especially participation in Sunday Mass are reduced in frequency but also that the moral values proposed by the Church are put in doubt.
157 - Nov 2006 - Reflection: Catholic schools must proclaim the total love of Christ, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
Simply complaining about young Catholics alarmingly withdrawing from the Church and sacraments without going directly to the root of the malady and providing the only effective remedy will be to waste time and allow the rot to continue.
158 - Nov 2006 - Events: The teachings of the Catholic Church: an exploration
Fr Glen Tattersall examines key aspects of the Creed the sacraments and the moral order.
159 - Nov 2006 - Letters: Faith and reason, Peter D. Howard
Despite the redemption Christ knew that our fallen nature needs Gods special help (grace) to do His Will - hence the seven sacraments the priesthood the Eucharistic sacrifice with His Body and Blood and the teaching authority all instituted by Him for we have to make up for what is lacking in Christs afflictions for His body which is the Church (Col.
160 - Nov 2006 - Books: Is the Catholic Church in Australia 'lost'?, Michael Gilchrist
Emasculated religion programs sacraments and liturgies have had parallels in the dumbing down of secular subjects like maths language history and music.
161 - Nov 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
lsquo;Following Christs examplersquo; he told them lsquo;each of you in the daily nurture of your flock must become all things to all men presenting the truth of faith celebrating the sacraments of our sanctification and bearing witness to the Lords charity.
162 - Nov 2006 - Living the Faith: What distinguishes a practising Catholic?, Bishop Luc Matthys
We become members (incorporated) into the new People of God through Baptism and the other sacraments.
163 - Sep 2006 - Reflection: Cardinal Arinze on the need for Eucharistic reverence, Cardinal Francis Arinze
This is the shortened text of an address given by Cardinal Francis Arinze Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments at the convention of The Church Teaches Forum Louisville Kentucky 18 July 2003.
164 - Aug 2006 - DIY Mass: Redemptionis Sacramentum revisited, Fr Martin Durham
Cardinal Arinze the Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments declared The do-it yourself Mass is ended.
165 - Aug 2006 - Scripture and Tradition: sources of divine revelation, Fr G.H. Duggan SM
St Cyprian Bishop of Carthage was then teaching that before repentant heretics or schismatics could be admitted to the sacraments they must be re-baptised.
166 - Aug 2006 - What makes a Catholic university 'Catholic', Father John Coughlin
From a liturgical perspective it also offers ample opportunities for its faculty staff and students to nourish their spiritual lives through the celebration of the sacraments.
167 - Aug 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
It is the sacraments that give our people a firm anchor in a sea of liberalism he said.
168 - Jul 2006 - US Archbishop: how to reform the Liturgy
But that happens by the grace of Christ and by our fidelity in the celebration of the Holy Mass or one of the sacraments or any of the sacred rites we may be celebrating.
169 - Jun 2006 - Books: Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Michael Gilchrist
The Compendium as Benedict assures us provides the same essentials of the faith in briefer simpler language while following the Catechisms four-part structure of Creed Sacraments Commandments and the Lords Prayer.
170 - Jun 2006 - Education: Why do CEOs use Groome's RE method?, AD2000 Report
In a Stage 6 (Year 12) Unit on Sacraments the writing of another American dissenter Fr Richard McBrien is recommended i.
171 - Jun 2006 - The Da Vinci Code: did the Church vilify Mary Magdalene?, Frank Mobbs
The Church took signs made by Jesus to be seven sacraments helps to achieving salvation.
172 - May 2006 - Reflection: Oneness in Christ: the heart of the priesthood, Fr John W. O'Neill PP
If this oneness is not there then who will have their hearts lifted by a priests dryness in the celebration of Mass his murmured absolution his directionless preaching his merely efficient administration of Sacraments his hail-fellow-well-met relationship with all whom he meets.
173 - May 2006 - Letters: Liturgical abuses, Rosanna Sherman
The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments when queried on this subject said In this as in all matters concerning the celebration of the Holy Mass the prescribed rubric is to be followed without alteration.
174 - Apr 2006 - Books: Swear To God: The Promise and Powers of the Sacraments, by Scott Hahn, Jacinta Cummins
SWEAR TO GOD: The Promise and Powers of the Sacraments by Scott Hahn (Darton Longman amp; Todd 2004 232pp $34.
175 - Apr 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
We regret it says the legalistic image of the Catholic Church - and of our Canadian Church - its rigidity and its intransigent stands on sexual morals; its lack of openness regarding access to the sacraments for divorced and remarried Catholics its lack of compassion for them; its unwelcoming attitude towards homosexuals.
176 - Mar 2006 - Documents: Benedict's first encyclical 'Deus Caritas Est' speaks to the heart of the Faith, Michael Gilchrist
The Pope reminds us that the practical expression of love through the Churchs charitable works is not an optional extra but integral to her threefold God-given role alongside preaching the Word and providing the Sacraments.
177 - Feb 2006 - Books: Stimulating reading from AD Books
Cardinal Medina Estvez is former Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments.
178 - Feb 2006 - Books: CATHOLIC FAMILY CATECHISM: Disciples' Edition and Apostles' Edition, Fr Tierney, Michael Gilchrist
Despite their slim dimensions the catechisms cover all the key areas for Catholics needing to be informed about the Faith - Ten Commandments Sacraments the Mass prayers doctrines etc.
179 - Feb 2006 - Blessed Charles de Foucauld: seeking nothing but God's will, Dr Frank Mobbs
Now he wanted to bring the sacraments to the most rejected.
180 - Feb 2006 - Education: Catholic Church and her schools face a 'wake-up call', Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
The Church the Faith the Mass the Sacraments are pure gift.
181 - Feb 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
They plan to argue that sacraments administered by women or by any male priest ordained by a female bishop are not authentic.
182 - 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.
183 - Dec 2005 - Books: Good News About Sex And Marriage, by Christopher West, Kerrie Allen
In this sense sexual intercourse becomes a visible sign of the invisible sacrament as in the case of the other sacraments with water in baptism chrism in confirmation etc.
184 - Nov 2005 - Call to Holiness: Contemplating the Eucharistic Face of Christ, Christine McCarthy
Through the Mass the sacraments regular prayer and Eucharistic adoration Christ the light of the world develops in us a personal relationship with Him and opens the eyes of our soul.
185 - Nov 2005 - Thomas More Centre: Fifty years from Shadowlands: Childhood memories of the world of C. S. Lewis, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
He told people to read Mere Christianity first adding that it had to be filled out with the Church and sacraments.
186 - Oct 2005 - Books: Your Life is Worth Living: The Christian Philosophy of Life, by Fulton J. Sheen, Michael Gilchrist
Hallingstad has divided the transcribed material into five parts: (1) God and Man (2) Christ and His Church (3) Sin (4) Sacraments and (5) World Soul and Things.
187 - Oct 2005 - Benedict XVI speaks out on the crisis of faith in Australia, Michael Gilchrist
Correcting errors In his office of sanctifying a bishop should exercise vigilance over the celebration and administration of the sacraments in his diocese ensuring the sacraments are administered according to the proper liturgical norms .
188 - 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.
189 - Sep 2005 - Letters: Society of St Pius X, Fr Kevin Robinson
certainly its Mass and sacraments are valid.
190 - 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.
191 - Sep 2005 - Education: Catholic schools of the future, Br John Moylan CFC
However good Catholic parents certainly strongly encourage their children to participate in the sacraments much more frequently.
192 - Sep 2005 - Interview: Benedict XVI and the power of the Eucharist, Fr John Corapi
Jesus instituted the two sacraments together and they are indissolubly linked.
193 - Sep 2005 - Can reverence at Mass make a comeback?, Michael Ryan
I commend to readers the remarks of Professor John Haldane a Catholic philosopher in an address in 1997: It once was the case that Catholic children were taught a reverence for the sacraments and the liturgy.
194 - Sep 2005 - Canadian Bishops' cave-in to 'renegade Catholicism' under fire
The position of the Catholic Church from Rome is crystal clear both the current Pope and his predecessor and the Cardinal in charge of the sacraments and his predecessor have said that Catholic politicians who flout Church teaching on core issues such as abortion and homosexual marriage must be denied communion.
195 - Aug 2005 - Reflection: How we will overcome the shortage of priests, Fr John O'Neill PP
While there were always families who loved and kept Gods law there were many more it would seem who not accepting the teaching of Humanae Vitae of Pope Paul VI and falling generally into a secular lifestyle got away from sacraments and prayer.
196 - Jul 2005 - Letters: Courageous example, Raymond De Souza
Many American bishops seem to have forgotten that their mission is not only to act as priests in confecting sacraments but also in teaching the fullness of Christs doctrine to the people as well as guiding them through the power of governance that is inherent to the episcopate.
197 - Jul 2005 - Year of Eucharist: The Eucharist: heart of our faith, Cardinal George Pell
So we can understand why Gods Spirit in the sacraments always requires material creation.
198 - Jun 2005 - Reflection: Cardinal Nguyen van Thuan: witness to the priesthood and Eucharist, Fr Dennis Byrnes
There is an interplay between the Eucharist and priesthood since the two sacraments were born together and are indissolubly linked.
199 - 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.
200 - Jun 2005 - Benedict XVI and liturgical reform, Dom Alcuin Reid OSB
Immediately of course we might do well to remember that as Cardinal Benedict was one of the prime movers behind the April 2004 Instruction which sought to bring about an end to abuses even quite grave ones against the nature of the liturgy and the sacraments as well as the tradition and authority of the Church that not infrequently plague liturgical celebrations.
201 - May 2005 - Books: Sacred and Secular Scriptures / The Catholic Revival in English Literature, David Birch
And there is no doubt to me at any rate that what comes through is a sensibility in the writers chosen by Ker of a Catholicism deeply rooted in an understanding of the crucial importance of the Church as institution; of the priest as a doer of action and not simply a preacher of words; of the centrality of the sacraments and of the reactions against the vested interests of the reformers of 16th century England in their arguing for a Christianity based on justification by faith alone (sola fide) - a stridently anti-Catholic position and one still widely held.
202 - May 2005 - Letters: Priest shortage, Jeff Harvie
Rather than call for married priests or encourage greater use of lay people to administer the sacraments the Rockhampton Diocese should be promoting more vigorously such devotions as the Rosary and Eucharistic Adoration as a means of fostering vocations.
203 - May 2005 - St Patrick's Church, Soho Square, a spiritual oasis in London, Tess Livingstone
Orthodox Catholicism Christ His Real Presence and the sacraments are very much at the heart of the generous outreaching community Father Sherbrooke leads a community that excludes no-one while exuding a potent and orthodox Catholicism.
204 - May 2005 - Year of Eucharist: Religious education: Catholic youth have their say, Shannon Donahoo
Other young people suggested that the age of first communion (and possibly other sacraments) be raised to the mid-teens rather than left at seven or eight years.
205 - Apr 2005 - Books: Love Alone Is Credible, by Hans urs von Balthasar, Kerrie Allen
The sacraments he says are the immediate articulation of the bridegrooms love for his bride and we the faithful are the recipients of this love.
206 - Apr 2005 - Books: The Path to Rome: Modern Journeys to the Catholic Church, Michael Casanova
One travels via the sacraments another via Catholic social attitudes.
207 - Mar 2005 - Reflection: The Holy Trinity and the Church: the truth will set you free, Fr John O'Neill
Gods favour given by His sacraments (the life) kept by living His Commandments (the way) desired because we know Him (the truth).
208 - Mar 2005 - Church's future lies with orthodoxy, not dissent, Fr Paul Stuart
When Father Hodgens and company enter retirement the successors to their parishes will be younger priests with very different attitudes towards the Church the Papacy the Sacraments and morality.
209 - Feb 2005 - Letters: Society of St Pius X (letter), Anthony Bono
In any case if a Greek or Russian Orthodox Mass were the only alternative to the kinds of aberrations flourishing in some dioceses a Catholic would be entitled in conscience to prefer the more clearly valid sacraments of those churches despite their schismatic situations.
210 - Dec 2004 - New Evangelisation: Rebuilding a lost Faith, Fr John Walter
However in more recent years I have evolved the practice of requiring parents to nominate their children in writing for the further sacraments of initiation for First Holy Communion and for Confirmation.
211 - Dec 2004 - Liturgy: Redemptionis Sacramentum on the liturgical rights of the faithful, CDF
It is the right of the Christian people themselves that their diocesan Bishop should take care to prevent the occurrence of abuses in ecclesiastical discipline especially as regards the ministry of the word the celebration of the sacraments and sacramentals the worship of God and devotion to the Saints (24).
212 - Dec 2004 - Administration: Cardinal Pell: Church administrators must put Christ's mission first, Cardinal George Pell
It is simply an opportunity for those at the coal-face to describe how they have used the Churchs resources in the past year to implement the Gospel; to show to what extent they have succeeded in healing broken marriages and families attracting converts increasing the reception of the sacraments enrolling more adults in faith enrichment courses and so on.
213 - Nov 2004 - Letters: Young Catholics (letter), Nola Viney
Post-school leavers young adults and now young parents have had no doctrinal teaching to understand the symbols and practices of the Mass and sacraments.
214 - Nov 2004 - Education: Where secular humanism is triumphing over the Gospel, Fr John Walter
One tried approach requires children to be nominated for the further sacraments of initiation by their parents through a limited series of requests published in the Sunday parish bulletin.
215 - Nov 2004 - Liturgy: Ad-libbing in the Mass: Does it really matter?, John Young
The recent Instruction from the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments Redemptionis Sacramentum manifests yet again the seriousness with which Rome views this matter.
216 - Oct 2004 - Liturgy: Why priests should stick to the Mass texts, Bishop T.J. Paprocki
is found in canon 846 sect;1: The liturgical books approved by the competent authority are to be faithfully observed in the celebration of the sacraments; therefore no one on personal authority may add remove or change anything in them.
217 - Sep 2004 - Reflection: Why the priesthood is absolutely necessary, Fr John O'Neill
He must live the way preach the truth and provide the means of the life - the Mass and the Sacraments in celebrating which he has to forget himself and let the presence of the active Christ take him over.
218 - Sep 2004 - Books: Catholic Family Catechism: 2004 Disciples Edition with 50 Questions and Answers, Fr Peter Murphy
A simple breakdown - in 50 steps - of the four basic slabs of the Catechism; Creed Sacraments Commandments and Prayer into a user- friendly format for one and all.
219 - Sep 2004 - Sydney Catholic Adult Education Centre courses prove popular, Peter Holmes
Because we record all our lectures students can enrol in units given in past terms such as Faith and Reason Opening the Bible The Early Church The Creed Christian Leadership Moral Life in Christ The Gospel of Luke The Old Testament and The Sacraments as well as participating from week to week in the classes being offered in Term three.
220 - Jul 2004 - Eucharistic Adoration: heart of evangelisation, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
I learned that no amount of glossy material efforts can replace the essential elements of the sacraments and spirituality which are at the heart of a living Catholic parish.
221 - Jul 2004 - Pastoral Letter: The secular challenges to our faith: how to respond, Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
We enjoy religious freedom; Mass and the sacraments are available to those who want them.
222 - Jul 2004 - Feminist 'rituals': no substitute for prayer, Joanna Bogle
She used to love it and got really interested in the Mass and the Sacraments and the events in the New Testament and the lives of saints but this year they have a new teacher and its all sitting on a mat and talking about their feelings.
223 - 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.
224 - Jun 2004 - Theology of the Body: Why the silence on the Church's moral teachings?, Audrey Dillon
While most were raised in Catholic homes and received the sacraments during their time at Catholic schools they can only produce tabloid analysis when discussing Catholic teaching on sex.
225 - Jun 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
No Communion for pro-abortion politicians US Bishops set up task force to examine issue Politicians who support abortion must not go to Communion and priests must deny them the sacrament said Cardinal Francis Arinze Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments.
226 - Jun 2004 - Abortion: 'Pro-choice' issue emerges in US presidential campaign, Michael Gilchrist
You dont have to believe that there are seven sacraments to deal with this .
227 - May 2004 - Liturgy: Cardinal George of Chicago examines post-Vatican II liturgical reforms, Michael Gilchrist
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of Sacrosanctum Concilium the Second Vatican Councils Constitution on the Liturgy a day-long conference sponsored by the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments (CDW) was held at the Vatican on 4 December 2003.
228 - May 2004 - Priesthood: Pope's World Day of Prayer for Vocations, Fr Paul Stuart
No one better than he is able to understand the urgency of a generational exchange that guarantees generous and holy persons for the proclamation of the Gospel and the administration of the Sacraments.
229 - 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.
230 - Mar 2004 - Books: Lord, Have Mercy : The Healing Power of Confession, by Scott Hahn, Paul Russell
Available from AD Books) The Sacrament of Penance (or Reconciliation) is probably the most misunderstood of the Seven Sacraments of the Church - by Catholics and Non-Catholics alike.
231 - Mar 2004 - Books: John Henry Newman on the pre-eminent place of the Blessed Virgin in Christianity, Leo Madigan
This book by Bishop Philip Boyce (ODC formerly Bishop of Raphoe County Denegal Ireland currenly Member of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments in Rome) is just such a casket topped up with precious things old and new a fortune for those with the nous to appreciate it.
232 - Mar 2004 - USA: American bishops critical of their RE texts, Zenit News Service
In sacramental theology our young people are sometimes being taught that the sacraments were instituted over an extended period of time with the implication that they still can be changed.
233 - Feb 2004 - Reflection: The ministerial priesthood: 'truly a gift from God', Fr Dennis W. Byrnes
Masses continue to be celebrated and parish life attended to as are the sacraments and preaching areas that many priests identify as among the greatest joys of their priesthood.
234 - Feb 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
John Paul II asks the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments to pay closer attention to the sector of sacred liturgical music and urges episcopal conferences to examine the texts of liturgical hymns and to pay close attention in evaluating and promoting songs that are truly appropriate for sacred use.
235 - Feb 2004 - Liturgy: 'Excellent start' on accurate English Missal translation, AD2000 REPORT
The Committee met for the fourth time from 18-20 November 2003 in the offices of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments in Rome.
236 - Dec 2003 - Books: Confirmed in the Faith, by Dora Nash, Joanna Bogle
Thus there are things that must be studied - Christ His life and message the meaning of His death and resurrection the Church that He founded and the Sacraments that nourish our souls.
237 - Dec 2003 - INTERVIEW: New Melbourne and Sydney Religious Education texts, Msgr Peter Elliott
But the Holy Spirit is at work when I hear of a family returning to the sacraments because of the Grade 3 book!
238 - Nov 2003 - Reflection: Cardinal Pell on Pope St Gregory the Great and the duties of bishops, Cardinal George Pell
The Church is not seen as a means to eternal life; the sacraments are not seen as worship of the Transcendent One not seen as channels of spiritual energy for the worshippers but as superstitions at best or at worst as cynical and pretentious pageants.
239 - Nov 2003 - Education: The Catholic Church's one Founder, Fr John O'Neill
Gods original plan Thus there is the power of Christ through his Church to give the life of grace ongoing through his priesthood and its sacraments and sacrifice; the authority of Christ to preserve through his Church the Truth revealed so necessary for true knowledge of God; and that same authority to keep before mankind that way of life which alone preserves in man the goodness created by God which makes man his image - all of this Gods means of bringing us into that joy which is in him from all eternity.
240 - Oct 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
He considered two steps to be essential: Conversion to a profound and deep faith with a life of prayer and sacraments and clear moral teaching and awareness of the teaching that the Church has the Holy Spirit and can give us the way.
241 - Sep 2003 - Letters: Prophetic words (letter), Errol Duke
On the positive side though Our Lady has requested the faithful to be steadfast in their prayer lives - particularly through the sacraments and the Rosary.
242 - Sep 2003 - Letters: New Mass (letter), Philip Robinson
Inaestimable Donum (1980) gave substance to this letter as it was issued by the then Sacred Congregation for the Sacraments and Divine Worship wherein it detailed the abuses that had to be reined in.
243 - Sep 2003 - Understanding the Catholic Liturgy since Vatican II, Dom Alcuin Reid OSB
Hence the Liturgy comprises the Mass the sacraments and the daily office.
244 - Aug 2003 - Priests 24/7 : A video documentary, Michael Gilchrist
personal prayer homily preparation and celebrating Mass and the sacraments (marriage and baptism).
245 - Aug 2003 - Catalyst for Renewal Address: The legacy of Vatican II, Archbishop George Pell
The most immediate consequence to follow from the Council was the introduction of the celebration of the sacraments in vernacular languages rather than Latin something the Council itself never decreed and which Pope John XXIII did not foresee.
246 - Aug 2003 - Documents: Ecclesia in Europa - Pope challenges Christians to re-evangelise Europe, Michael Gilchrist
Turning to the Mass and sacraments the Holy Father calls for revival of an authentic sense of the liturgy and the proper formation of consciences: The Synod Fathers have insisted on the recognition of the reality of personal sin and the necessity of personal forgiveness by God through the ministry of the priest.
247 - Aug 2003 - Editorial: 'Do this in memory of Me', Peter Westmore
Christ gave to the Apostles the certain power to forgive sins no matter how grave to preach and baptise in His name and to dispense the sacraments so that every person might be prepared in this life for the eternal reward of the next.
248 - Jul 2003 - School sacramental programs: evangelise Catholic families first, Fr John Speekman
I believe this practice of force-feeding the sacraments to non-practising children from unevangelised families has over the years come to constitute a significant obstacle to the commencement of true evangelisation.
249 - Jun 2003 - Letters: Latin Mass (letter), Philip Robinson
How many documents has the Pope written calling for a return to orthodoxy regarding the Mass and the sacraments?
250 - Jun 2003 - The environment: rediscovering the balanced Catholic perspective, Michael Casanova
Such subjective experience really mirrors Catholicisms firm and well-ordered interest in ecology: as we learn about the concrete historical expressions of Gods love for us in the Incarnation as we get to know and love our Creator as we come close to Him through the sacraments He gave us we see the material world entirely in relation to Him.
251 - Jun 2003 - Interview: Vatican II and the liturgy, 40 years later, Zenit News Service
Monsignor Elliott:The Council document was the mandate for post- conciliar liturgical reform and most of the reforms are good especially better celebrations of the sacraments concelebration the reform of the Divine Office and the wider use of the vernacular.
252 - May 2003 - Reflection: St Francis on individual confession and receiving Holy Communion, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
On the model of St Francis love for the Eucharist may all Catholics deepen their appreciation of the sacraments Our Lord gave us and by good example strive to lead others to be proud of their Catholic Faith and be worthy members of the Mystical Body of Christ Our Lord and Redeemer.
253 - May 2003 - Books: Essentials of the Faith: A Guide to the Catechism / Pastoral Answers, Michael E. Daniel
Its advice is also reflective of current Church discipline particularly regarding Canon Law and the norms for administration of the sacraments.
254 - May 2003 - Review: The Mysteries of Light: Rosary for Children and Youth on cassette, Colleen McGuinness-Howard
With the equally well-produced The Rosary for Youth the producers have taken the opportunity to include teachings on all seven sacraments.
255 - May 2003 - Letters: Praying for priests (letter), Denise Kelly
Where would we be without priests and the sacraments?
256 - 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.
257 - Apr 2003 - Ecumenism: Christian unity: major obstacles still remain, David Schutz
The Holy Fathers reference to baptism here as the basis of unity is a reminder that Catholics envisage church unity as a sacramental unity that is a unity based in a common baptism sharing common sacraments ministered to by a common priesthood.
258 - Apr 2003 - Archbishop Hickey's pastoral letter on marriage, Archbishop Barry Hickey
Grace of Sacraments Human beings are not perfect.
259 - Mar 2003 - New Age ideas: how Catholics should respond, Fr Peter Joseph
Unlike the sacraments of the Church curses or spells do not work ex opere operato (by virtue of the rite itself).
260 - Mar 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
Catholic World News Vatican letter on reception of Communion Those wishing to receive kneeling must not be refused The Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments has published in a recent edition of its official journal Notitiae the text of a letter sent to an unnamed bishop by the then Prefect of the Congregation Cardinal Medina Estvez.
261 - 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.
262 - Feb 2003 - 'Healing the family tree': New Age under the guise of religion (Part One), Fr Peter Joseph
If people make a good confession of the past make reparation for their sins keep the Commandments receive the Sacraments regularly and avoid the occult and superstitions and so on then they can be certain that any afflictions are not by reason of some occult cause.
263 - Feb 2003 - Liturgy: The sacrifice of the Mass: the Eucharistic words of Christ, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
The three sacraments that carry a permanent effect in us structure the Church as a hierarchy for worship to enable the Church as one priestly people to offer the worship of the Trinity here on earth.
264 - Feb 2003 - Vocations: Sydney seminary growth based on orthodoxy, fidelity, Fr Julian Porteous
While the theological institute that the students attend The Catholic Institute of Sydney offers teaching in the theology of priestly ministry and in the theology of the sacraments the seminary formation teaches the students the practical expression of this theology for instance basic sacramental praxis.
265 - Dec 2002 - New Vatican Instruction on priesthood: the challenge to be another Christ, AD2000 Report
In addition a priest in establishing the times for Masses and confessions in his parish should take into consideration those times which are convenient for the majority of the faithful while bearing in mind also the need to facilitate those who have difficulty in easily attending the celebration of the sacraments.
266 - Nov 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
there are so many who need to discover once again the sacraments of Christian initiation especially baptism.
267 - Aug 2002 - Letters: Dissent (letter), Clair Tieppo
There has never been and is no licit dissent as Pope John Paul II has confirmed: It is sometimes claimed that dissent from the Magisterium is totally compatible with being a good Catholic and poses no obstacle to the reception of the sacraments.
268 - 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.
269 - Jul 2002 - Letters: Short-changed (letter), Mrs Carol V. Phillips
We received all the Sacraments at all the right times.
270 - 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.
271 - Jun 2002 - A post-1968 Catholic's view of R.E.: 'My generation was shortchanged', Mark Power
Authoritative teaching But if the dogmatic claims of the Catholic Church are true: if the Church was founded by Christ if the sacraments were instituted by Him as a sure source of Grace if Jesus is divine if He did indeed come to save us from sin and eternal death and if He truly rose from the dead then the Churchs relevance to us is obvious and eternal.
272 - Jun 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
455 sect; 2 of the Code of Canon Law shall send as soon as possible to the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments the text of the norms which they intend to issue or update in the light of this Motu Proprio on the application of Can.
273 - Jun 2002 - Liturgy: New English Missal: Archbishop Pell to chair international Vox Clara committee, Michael Gilchrist
Its role he said was to assist and advise the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments in fulfilling its responsibilities with regard to the English translations of liturgical texts.
274 - May 2002 - Books: The Forty Four: The Martyrs of the English College Rome, Christopher Quinn
And the final address of Saint David Lewis: Friends be firm of your faith avoid mortal sin by frequenting the sacraments of Holy Church patiently bear your persecutions and afflictions forgive your enemies; your sufferings are great I say be firm in your faith to the end yea even to death.
275 - May 2002 - General absolutions continue in the Toowoomba Diocese, Michael Gilchrist
This prompted a sternly-worded document from the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments which pointed out that the authorisation given to Diocesan Bishops does not permit them to change the required conditions to substitute other conditions for those given or to determine grave necessity according to their personal criteria however worthy quoting Pope Paul VI.
276 - Apr 2002 - Letters: Gem of a priest (letter), Patrick Nathan
Opportunities for receiving the sacraments were unlimited especially the Sacrament of Penance.
277 - Apr 2002 - A fresh way for children to learn the faith - Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, Anne Delsorte
This work is more than teaching children about Jesus or about their faith or about what they see at Church and in the sacraments.
278 - Apr 2002 - Melbourne TMC: The rights and responsibilities of laity in the Catholic Church, Archbishop Denis Hart
As we all know bishops and priests have special responsibilities to teach and to govern the Church and above all else to sanctify the Church by their prayers and their deeds including the celebration of the sacraments.
279 - Apr 2002 - Adelaide Thomas More Centre address: The key elements of Catholic Action today, Archbishop Philip Wilson
At the outset he said the responsibility of Catholics to become involved in the world and to shape its values derived from the sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation: Thats where our dignity as members of the People of God and the royal priesthood of the faithful takes root in our hearts and provides us with what is necessary to be that kind of witness in the world.
280 - Mar 2002 - News: The Church Around the World
While upholding bishops authority to permit use of female servers in their dioceses the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments said the use of male servers should be especially encouraged in part because altar boys are a potential source of priestly vocations.
281 - Feb 2002 - Letters: Real Presence, Philip Robinson
Over 20 years ago early in 1980 the Sacred Congregation for the Sacraments and Divine Worship issued the Instruction Inaestimabile Donum - on certain norms concerning worship of the Eucharistic Mystery - expressing concern at the varied and frequent abuses being reported from different parts of the Catholic world.
282 - Feb 2002 - Letters: Liturgical abuses, Michael Baker
In April 1980 with the approval of Pope John Paul II the Congregation for Sacraments and Divine Worship issued an instruction on the liturgy Inaestimabile Donum to address the varied and frequent liturgical abuses being reported from different parts of the Catholic world.
283 - Feb 2002 - Homily: Most Rev Geoffrey Jarrett installed as new Bishop of Lismore, Bishop Geoffrey Jarrett
Attendant to the faith and central to its practice are the sacraments of faith.
284 - Feb 2002 - Into the Deep Forum: young Catholics meet Australian bishops, Helen Ransom
Bishop Grech encouraged the audience to embrace the Cross to be faithful to the basic tenants of the Faith including the Holy Mass and the Sacraments and to read the Bible.
285 - Feb 2002 - Melbourne Archdiocese: positive trend in priestly vocations continues, Fr Paul Stuart
The priest celebrates the sacrifice of the Mass and administers the sacraments in persona Christi therefore for a parish to have a priest as its own pastor is of capital importance and the title pastor is reserved specifically to the priest.
286 - Feb 2002 - News: The Church Around the World
Remarking that the priest in persona Christi celebrates the Sacrifice of the Mass and administers the Sacraments the Holy Father then affirmed: For a parish to have a priest as its own pastor is of fundamental importance .
287 - Feb 2002 - Archbishop Philip Wilson sets out his agenda for Adelaide, Michael Gilchrist
The place where this encounter of beautiful and vivifying love with the Shepherd is possible he said is the Church: in the Church the beautiful Shepherd speaks to the hearts of each one of his sheep and makes the gift of his life for us present in the sacraments .
288 - Nov 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
Catholic World News No grounds for female deacons says Vatican Papally-approved notification sets out reasons Made public on 17 September was the following Notification by the Congregations for the Doctrine of the Faith for Divine Worship and the Discipline of Sacraments and for Clergy signed by the respective prefects Cardinals Joseph Ratzinger Jorge Arturo Medina Estvez and Dario Castrillon Hoyos.
289 - Nov 2001 - Editorial: Synod of Oceania document imminent - 'Ecclesia in Oceania', Peter Westmore
In those Exhortations John Paul II addressed the challenges facing the Church in particular parts of the world including the role of bishops clergy and lay people in the Church the call to evangelisation and conversion and the centrality of the Churchs sacramental life including frequent reception of the sacraments of Penance and Holy Communion.
290 - Oct 2001 - Reflection: Christ's Real Presence in the Eucharist, Bishop Kevin Manning
Through the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation we become temples of the Holy Spirit who dwells in us.
291 - Oct 2001 - Letters: Non-Christian gods (letter), Jane Wilks
It has no place for Divine Mercy and the transmission of grace through the Sacraments.
292 - Oct 2001 - Education: Mass attendance: a key measure of Catholic schools' effectiveness, Br John Moylan CFC
This document (par 47) also declares that the sacraments particularly the Eucharist communicate and nourish the charity which is the soul of the whole apostolate.
293 - Oct 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
Bishop Manning noted that Liturgiam Authenticam was approved by the Holy Father on 20 March and issued by the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments on 28 March.
294 - Sep 2001 - Books: 'Padre Pio: In My Own Words', ed. Anthony F. Chiffolo, Mary-Jane Donnellan
They assist us in better appreciating the Sacraments provide encouragement in prayers and meditations and help in facing the darkness of the night and challenges of the Cross and in accepting the will of God in our lives.
295 - Aug 2001 - Australian scholarship for African priest
It is also thanks to the Legion of Mary that many families approach the sacraments and receive the sacrament of Christian initiation for their children.
296 - Aug 2001 - After 14 years: why does AD2000 continue?, Michael Gilchrist
Some of these varied intellectual forces have a tendency to undermine the fundamental doctrines of the Trinity the nature of Christs hypostatic union the nature of the Church and sacraments the Virgin Birth the occurrence of miracles the authenticity of the Scriptures and the teaching authority of the Magisterium.
297 - Aug 2001 - Melbourne's new Archbishop receives Pallium from John Paul II, AD2000 Report
liturgy sacraments seminaries priesthood religious life theology Catholic schools and universities and teacher education.
298 - Jul 2001 - New Vatican guidelines call for sound, accurate liturgy translations, Michael Gilchrist
Issued by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments and signed by Cardinal Jorge Medina Estevez it was approved by Pope John Paul II and became effective on 25 April 2001.
299 - Jun 2001 - Reflection: The priest: mediator between God and man, Archbishop George Pell
God has chosen us gratuitously (I am sometimes tempted to think personally perhaps a little bit capriciously but certainly gratuitously) to be his ambassadors to act as his representatives especially through the Sacraments.
300 - Jun 2001 - Letters: Encouragement (letter), John F. Doran
The majority are not receiving the sacraments regularly but in Gods good time perhaps they will come to realise what they are missing.
301 - Jun 2001 - How a small rural parish survived against the odds, Paul Newton
For nearly a hundred years Catholics gathered in that tiny church for the celebration of the sacraments.
302 - Jun 2001 - Anglican defence of Catholic inter-Communion ban, Fr Geoffrey Kirk
Anglicans it seems are settling for an experimental post-modernist view of sacraments.
303 - Jun 2001 - Basic Ecclesial Communities: Adelaide's 'new model of church', Michael Gilchrist
During an earlier visit to Adelaide Fr Marins explained (SA Catholic September 1994) that BECs were not just smaller models of the parish but a different model whereby there was a much deeper experience of community: Instead of inviting people to go to the sacraments and the organisation of the parish the Church is the sacrament in the world .
304 - 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.
305 - May 2001 - Books: 'Becoming Fire' by Fr Ken Barker mgl, Peter Westmore
He discusses in a practical way how sin damages us by breaking that intimate link we have with God and how we can purify ourselves through the sacraments and particularly confession.
306 - May 2001 - Why John Henry Newman converted to Catholicism, Michael Davies
Catholic principles With this idea in mind he wrote Tract 90 to show that the Anglican Thirty-Nine Articles had been so worded as to admit the ancient Catholic doctrine on such subjects as the Mass and the Sacraments while excluding the Roman version of these doctrines.
307 - May 2001 - New WA Catholic schools document stresses orthodoxy
To meet students needs catechesis had to base itself on the Creed the Sacraments Life in Christ and the Lords Prayer - the four sections of the Catechism of the Catholic Church with focus on celebrating Mary as the model Christian disciple and on learning about the lives of the martyrs and saints.
308 - May 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
John Paul II on necessity of individual confession Priests should be generous ministers of the Sacrament of Penance During his annual meeting with members of the Apostolic Penitentiary the penitentiary fathers of the patriarchal basilicas of the city and the participants in the annual course on the internal forum John Paul II emphasised that Jesus is the sole and necessary mediator of eternal salvation and deriving from this was the necessity with regard to eternal salvation of those means of grace instituted by Jesus which are the Sacraments.
309 - May 2001 - 'Systematic instruction in the faith' program to be launched in July, Bishop Luc Matthys
In 2003 - The Sacraments (including Liturgy) (Part II of CCC).
310 - May 2001 - Vatican signals continuation of reform process, AD2000 Report
Their tardiness in curbing misuse of general absolutions despite the Statements directive to this effect prompted two firmly worded follow-up instructions in 1999 and 2000 from the Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments.
311 - Apr 2001 - Books: The Apostles' Creed, Defend the Faith and other apologetics topics, Michael Daniel
The Family and Human Life examines ethical issues notably those most under siege in our contemporary secular society while Law and Life discusses the Ten Commandments the Seven Sacraments and the Lords Prayer.
312 - 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 .
313 - Apr 2001 - Former Townsville Bishop's admissions on liturgy practices, Bishop Raymond Benjamin
You may also need to have discussions with Bishop Putney regarding the order of the Sacraments of Initiation .
314 - Mar 2001 - Books: Come To The Father: An Invitation to Share the Catholic Faith, Aidan Nichols OP, Christopher Quinn
Nichols survey of the seven sacraments is succinct and refreshing avoiding popular theological errors particularly the practically heretical view that Confirmation is a sacrament of our commitment.
315 - Mar 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
The Church confirms this reality through the sacrament of matrimony but -- unlike the other sacraments of the Church -- this sacrament builds on a reality that already exists.
316 - Mar 2001 - New cardinals to continue John Paul II's agenda, AD2000 Report
Of the first group about twenty work at the Vatican in charge of congregations for Clergy Bishops Liturgy and Sacraments Doctrine of the Faith etc.
317 - Feb 2001 - Books: 'The Sacred Liturgy', 'Discovering the Mass', by a Benedictine monk, Christopher Quinn
It is then that the judicious choice of scriptural texts and their calm repetition their power of expression the art of Gregorian chant the sacraments and the mysteries of the life of Christ which pass back and forth unceasingly before our eyes imprint on our souls the image of the Son who transforms them and reconciles them with the Father.
318 - Feb 2001 - A former heroin addict's personal testimony
It will include forgetting about self and moving out to others prayer fasting the sacraments and works of charity.
319 - Feb 2001 - Liturgy: when will the 'Statement of Conclusions' make an impact?, Michael Gilchrist
Episcopal action The more likely result is a demeaning and trivialising of the Mass and sacraments - not helped by the fact that many Catholic students leave school still ignorant of the basics of their faith.
320 - Feb 2001 - The finest RE texts produced to date, Anthony Cappello
Level 3A is written for Grades 3 and 4 and introduces children to the sacraments prayer death and everlasting life.
321 - Feb 2001 - New RE texts launched in Melbourne's Catholic schools, Michael Gilchrist
Sacraments Msgr Elliott stresses the continuity with the existing Guidelines and the way in which the texts apply and fill out various ideals expressed in the Guidelines for example starting to prepare children for their first sacraments as soon as they enter the Catholic school.
322 - Feb 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
What is always clear is that the pastor has to be present with the Gospel in its integrity with the power of the sacraments and with his own desire to bring people to Christ.
323 - 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).
324 - Dec 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Zenit News Service New Instruction on the Roman Missal clarified Mass facing the people not obligatory In response to a query as to the stance of a priest celebrating Mass the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments has indicated that facing the people is not obligatory.
325 - Nov 2000 - Reflection: Brother Andrew (1928-2000): returning to spiritual basics, Brother Andrew
For our loving God lavishes on us in ready availability His special treasures: the Word of God in Scripture Christ-Life in the Sacraments our daily life of prayer in the Holy Spirit Christ our Brother to comfort daily at home and the needy and wounded.
326 - Nov 2000 - Toowoomba's 'Creating Our Future' - or a recipe for further decline?, Michael Gilchrist
Brock In Search of Belief by Sr Joan Chittister OSB (an American radical feminist) The God of Evolution by Fr Denis Edwards (a liberal Adelaide theologian) The Meaning of the Sacraments by Monika Hellwig (a feminist US academic whose writings have conflicted with Church teachings) and Reenchantment: the New Australian Spirituality by David Tacey (whose planned talk this year at the Melbourne seminary was cancelled by Archbishop Pell).
327 - Oct 2000 - How orthodox are Australian Catholic University's professorial staff?, Eamonn Keane
All ministries are sacraments says Goosen and in future the possible pool of candidates for ordination will be broadened to include the married and women.
328 - Oct 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Rome to publish new Missal this year Several differences from 1970 Missal According to a Vatican Press Office statement on 4 August the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments will shortly publish an updated Latin text of the new Roman Missal.
329 - Oct 2000 - Editorial: The Church at the crossroads, Michael Gilchrist
The Statement of Conclusions set out the following kinds of directives: A bishop should exercise vigilance over the celebration and administration of the sacraments in his diocese ensuring the sacraments are administered according to the proper liturgical norms.
330 - Sep 2000 - The 'Statement of Conclusions' and liturgy: what needs to be done, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
It comes as no surprise to find ten sections of the Statement of Conclusions devoted to the liturgy and sacraments.
331 - Sep 2000 - Rome calls for new emphasis on the sacred at Mass, AD2000 Report
The first revision in 25 years of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal was issued on 28 July by the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments.
332 - Aug 2000 - Reflection: Re-discovering holiness will lead to more priestly vocations: Cardinal Daly, Cardinal Cahal Daly
Serious questions need to be asked about the depth and quality of faith in a country which cannot provide sufficient priests for the ministry of Gods Word and Christs sacraments.
333 - 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.
334 - Jul 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Cardinal Danneels warns on Europes crisis of faith Lack of priestly vocations means loss of sacraments Belgiums Cardinal Godfried Danneels has warned that the Catholic Church in Europe is facing extinction.
335 - Jun 2000 - How Catholics can help rebuild Christian culture, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
And without the priest there is no Eucharist because the priest is the minister specially called by God and ordained to act in persona Christi - in the person of Christ - not just in the Eucharist and the other sacraments but also in preaching the Gospel.
336 - Jun 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
ICEL Psalms translation to be withdrawn Publication and distribution to be halted The National Catholic Reporter in its 7 April issue has published the text of a letter dated 14 January from Archbishop Francesco Pio Tamburrino secretary of the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments to ICELs chairman Bishop Maurice Taylor of Galloway Scotland.
337 - Jun 2000 - Archbishop Hickey reins in abuses in Sacrament of Penance, AD2000 Report
It is understood that an approach was then made directly to the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments asking whether there was any authoritative material applicable to the practice in question.
338 - May 2000 - What are the foundations of a good Catholic education?, Dr. John J. Haldane
It once was the case that Catholic children had developed in them a reverence for the sacraments and the liturgy.
339 - May 2000 - The priesthood: John Paul II's Holy Thursday Letter sets guidelines, Pope John Paul II
While priestly ministry is not limited to celebrating the Eucharist since it includes the proclamation of the Word the sanctification of the faithful through the Sacraments and the leadership of Gods People in communion and service the Eucharist is the point from which everything else comes forth and to which it all returns.
340 - May 2000 - How do we know whether a sacrament is valid or not?, Fr Peter Joseph
The sacraments play a crucial role in Christian life conferring that most precious gift of divine grace restoring it if it has been lost or increasing it where the soul seeks further sanctification.
341 - May 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Zenit News Service Mass facing the people Vatican response to Bishop Foley of Birmingham Alabama The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments has responded to a query from Bishop David Foley of Birmingham Alabama concerning the proper orientation of a priest who celebrates the new Mass.
342 - Apr 2000 - Fraternity of St Peter in Melbourne Archdiocese, Michael Daniel
The Fraternity of St Peter is an Order of Pontifical Right whose priests enjoy the privilege of celebrating exclusively the Mass and Sacraments according to the typical editions of the liturgical books in use in 1962.
343 - Mar 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Vatican call for return to individual confession Essential for Holy Year participation Cardinal Jorge Medina Estevez prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments has called on the worlds Catholics to recognise the Sacrament of Penance as an essential element of participation in the Holy Year.
344 - Mar 2000 - English language Mass translation reform: should ICEL be wound up?, Michael Gilchrist
Vatican disquiet at the role of the International Commission on English in the Liturgy (ICEL) came to a head with the leaking in January to the US weekly National Catholic Reporter of a strongly worded letter written on 26 October by Cardinal Jorge Medina Estvez prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments to the Chairman of the Episcopal Board which oversees ICEL Scotlands Bishop Maurice Taylor.
345 - Feb 2000 - Sydney’s Centre for Thomistic Studies upholds Catholic truth, John Young
In theology some topics treated recently at the Centre have included the Incarnation and Redemption as yielding fruit for our spiritual life; the sacraments; the Last Things (death judgment heaven hell purgatory); and the final renewal of the world; also courses on apologetics and on the Fathers of the Church.
346 - Feb 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
Bishop Heenan stated that the existing practice in this Diocese fails to meet the criteria which are found in the Code of Canon Law and which the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments had now explained in greater detail.
347 - Dec 1999 - 'Woman and Man' document poses challenges, Frank Mobbs
This despite the fact that the bishops have in every age taught as a truth revealed by God that females lack the capacity to receive one of the sacraments Holy Orders.
348 - Nov 1999 - The Jesuits: 150 years of ministry in Australia, Elizabeth Ledlin
They fostered the formation of sodalities and urged frequent reception of the Sacraments.
349 - Nov 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
The Statement of Clarification was sent to Archbishop Faulkner for distribution to the Adelaide Archdiocese by the Prefect of the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.
350 - Oct 1999 - News: The Church Around the World
Within these are to be found examples of the seven foundation stones for catechetical content identified by the General Directory for Catechesis (1997): The Creed The Sacraments The Ten Commandments The Lords Prayer The Old Testament The New Testament and the History of the Church.
351 - Sep 1999 - Scripture: The call to conversion in the early Church: lessons for today, Rev Dr Peter Waters
818 Flannery) echoes the call to conversion in the early Church in these words: The mission of the Church is carried out by means of that activity through which in obedience to Christs command and moved by the grace and love of the Holy Spirit the Church makes itself fully present to all men and peoples in order to lead them to the faith freedom and peace of Christ by the example of its life and teaching by the sacraments and other means of grace.
352 - Sep 1999 - Spirituality: West Australian Rosary tapes: a growing international success story, Colleen McGuiness-Howard
The thousands who heard appreciated the tapes powerful role in evangelising and appreciated the need to fight hard in the spiritual battle which is currently being waged in society by returning to the Rosary the meditations on the life of Christ and above all frequent reception of the Sacraments of the Catholic Church.
353 - Aug 1999 - Archbishop Pell celebrates traditional Latin Mass in St Patrick's Cathedral, Gerard McManus
Next year there will be seven young Australian men studying at the Priestly Fraternity of St Peter centre in Pennsylvania in the United States - a newly- created seminary to train priests to celebrate sacraments according to the traditional Roman rite.
354 - Aug 1999 - Cardinal Basil Hume (1923-1999), Archbishop of Westminster, R.I.P., Christopher Quinn
Two months later fortified by the Sacraments and somewhat sooner than even he had expected he died having shown the Church and the nation how to die a Christian death.
355 - Jul 1999 - Ecumenism: New ARCIC document on Papal authority, Peter Westmore
Apart from the doctrinal difficulties which occurred at the Reformation - many of which (such as the number and meanings of the Sacraments the role and status of Councils and place of Mary) have yet to be fully addressed - since the 16th Century the Catholic Church itself has formulated the doctrines of the Immaculate Conception and the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin which are not generally accepted by Anglicans.
356 - Jun 1999 - Bishops Conference resolves crisis over 'Statement of Conclusions', Michael Gilchrist
Prior to the Bishops Conference in an apparent response to the reluctance of several Australian bishops to clamp down on illicit Third Rite celebrations the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments had issued a 3-page document dated 19 March emphatically re-stating the Churchs teaching on the Sacrament of Penance.
357 - Apr 1999 - Extending general absolution: why such a move is out of the question, Fr Peter Joseph
The Church has never claimed the power to change the essentials of the sacraments but she does claim the authority to determine the mode and conditions under which she will administer her sacraments a power given to her by Christ when he said Whatever you bind on earth .
358 - Apr 1999 - Bishop Heaps' book: a mistaken view of the Catholic Church, Stuart Rowland
The consequences touch at their core at least four of the seven sacraments and seemingly the whole area of moral teaching as it affects sexuality and the human person.
359 - Apr 1999 - How an American diocese promotes individual confession
The purpose of the campaign and the hope of Church officials is to guide people gently back to the sacraments to offer them this special opportunity of grace said Msgr Devlin.
360 - Feb 1999 - John Paul II throws down the gauntlet to Australia's bishops, AD2000 Report
In his office of sanctifying a bishop should exercise vigilance over the celebration and administration of the sacraments in his diocese ensuring the sacraments are administered according to the proper liturgical norms .
361 - Dec 1998 - Intercommunion: why Catholics need not 'apologise', Kevin Myers
It is the greatest of all sacraments for Catholics who must be in a state of grace unstained by grave sin before they may receive the Communion host in their mouths.
362 - 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.
363 - Sep 1998 - Books: Why Christianity must Change or Die, by Bishop John Selby Spong, Frank Mobbs
Having thus spoken Spong lists lots of things in which he does not believe: the articles of the Apostles Creed the sacraments (p.
364 - Aug 1998 - Education: Catholic schools: Do they make enough difference?, Br John Moylan CFC
If a Catholic school through its day-to-day operations downplays the centrality and the priority of the Church and either by omission or marginalisation neglects to use all possible means of prayer sacred symbols sacraments feasts liturgical celebrations religious societies etc it can be damaging the Catholic faith of even the most committed of its students.
365 - 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.
366 - Jun 1998 - John Henry Newman on liturgical tradition, Cardinal John Henry Newman
Though to speak the truth our chief ordinances are to be found there as the Sacraments public worship the observance of the Lords-day ordination marriage and the like.
367 - Jun 1998 - New Texts the key to reshaping religious education, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
In Melbourne we need to re-write our outdated resources for the first sacraments.
368 - Apr 1998 - Holy See rejects the latest ICEL submission
This letter was from Archbishop (now Cardinal) Jorge Medina Estevez Pro-Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments to the president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops Bishop Anthony M.
369 - Mar 1998 - Reflection: Young Catholics: why 'updating' the Church will not bring them back, Rocco Loiacono
Young Catholics need to be taught from the very outset about the meaning and importance of the sacraments the fundamental doctrines the Churchs traditional prayers (including the Rosary) and the lives of the saints.
370 - Feb 1997 - The Catholic Church in Singapore: why is it strong and healthy?, Michael Barr
Anecdotal evidence from local priests suggests that 60% or more of Catholics attend the sacraments regularly in one of Singapores 30 Catholic churches.
371 - Oct 1996 - Reflection: Mediator Dei: Recovering the 'vital impulse' of the liturgical movement, Bishop Basil Meeking (Christchurch, New Zealand)
The trouble was those reforms - in some of the rites of the Mass in the rites of the sacraments in the calendar in the use of the vernacular in facilitating greater participation - took so much effort that the work of the liturgical movement has been tied up just with the mechanics of the changes for the past thirty years or more.
372 - Oct 1996 - How the new Catechism can impact on the secular culture, Archbishop Barry J. Hickey
One could talk of the catechesis that will lead us to acknowledge Jesus as Lord under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit; or lead us along the great journey to eternal life through prayer or talk of the entry into the divine mysteries that enlighten our minds the words of Scripture that penetrate the heart the nourishment of the Sacraments along the way and the joys of forgiveness and inner peace in the family or people of God.
373 - Aug 1996 - How to overcome the shortage of priests, Fr Kevin Dillon PP
For years we have allowed perhaps two generations to grow up in the belief that Mass attendance was not an integral part of Catholic life and that it is quite all right to switch in or out of Mass and Sacraments and other aspects of the Church according to whatever suits at the time.
374 - Feb 1996 - 'Mass facing the people': did Vatican II require it?, Eamon Duffy
The most important cathedral in the land he declared was setting a bad example and he asked How do we live out our faith through the liturgy and sacraments in that place?
375 - Nov 1995 - Post-conciliar renewal? Some Queensland snapshots, Michael Gilchrist
That fewer and fewer young Catholics see the need to attend Mass even while still attending Catholic schools is hardly remarkable given the kinds of teaching on the Mass and sacraments in vogue since the late 1960s.
376 - Aug 1995 - Reflection: A Catholic undergraduate faces the future with confidence, Lucy O'Connell
By prayer penance and frequent sacraments each of us will become the instruments which God can use.
377 - Aug 1995 - Fr Paul Collins: seeking a new green constituency?, Michael Gilchrist
But there are many other even more personally transforming rites of passage and these also are sacraments.
378 - May 1995 - Editorial: Re-defining Christianity through substitution, B.A. Santamaria
The program seemed to invite the conclusion that these secular icons were perhaps better off for keeping Christianity at a distance and that genuine holiness need not derive from Gods help via prayer penance sacraments or the Mass.
379 - Apr 1995 - Church of England General Synod member joins the Catholic Church, Fr Peter Geldard
By her one action that day she demonstrated her true belief about these things and not least proclaimed that a local Synod had the right and authority to change even the matter of the Sacraments which previously she had affirmed she shared with the wider Catholic Church.
380 - Apr 1995 - New Melbourne R.E. Guidelines: an improvement on the old, Michael Gilchrist
51-87) with a birds eye view of the doctrinal content from Prep to Year 12 reveals that the new Guidelines are closely aligned with the new Catechisms structure and contents - Creed Sacraments Commandments and Prayer.
381 - Mar 1995 - A young Catholic's view of Youth Liturgies, Bernard Finnigan
If the young are taught in the classroom and from the pulpit the whole deposit of faith including the true meanings of the Mass the Sacraments and the priesthood they will respond.
382 - Feb 1995 - Vatican says 'no' to NRSV translation - 'Inclusive language' setback, Michael Gilchrist
Archbishop Agnelo of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments stated that the decision had been made by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith which reversed what the Worship Congregation had earlier approved in April 1992 in confirming a 1991 decision of the U.
383 - Dec 1994 - RE syllabus based on new Catechism: Wagga Wagga diocese sets pace for Australia, Bishop George Pell
Creed Sacraments Morality and Prayer which are developed into 129 units throughout the pupils primary school life.
384 - Aug 1994 - How dissent operates in the Church, Bishop George Pell
Then go further and imply rather than state that fundamental dogmas and sacraments are liable to further change and development and imply rather than state that fixed points of belief and practice are only for fundamentalists.
385 - Feb 1994 - The state of Catholicism after 'Veritatis Splendor', B.A. Santamaria
The degradation of the liturgical structures of Catholic worship and piety - the liturgy in general the Mass the Sacraments sacramentals and pious practices - which has followed the de facto abolition of the Latin Mass in 1969.
386 - Jul 1993 - U.S. Bishop solves vocations crisis, Michael Gilchrist
We expect them to be chaste we expect them to love the Church and we have built the program around love for- a personal relationship with - Jesus Christ especially in the sacraments love for the Blessed Mother and devotion to the Blessed Mother and love for the Church especially the Holy Father and bishops.
387 - May 1993 - 'The Catechism of the Catholic Church': Confronting the post-Christian world, B.A. Santamaria
The scheme of that Catechism writes Eamon Duffy in his recent monumental work The Stripping of the Altars (Yale 1992) was structured round the Creed; the Ten Commandments and Christs summary of these in the dual precept to love God and neighbour; the seven works of mercy; the seven virtues; the seven vices; and the seven sacraments and was intended to provide a comprehensive guide to Christian belief and practice.
388 - Mar 1993 - Books: A review of the 'Catechism of the Catholic Church' (French Edition), Fr Peter Joseph
The Catholic faith is expounded fully under the four major parts of the Roman Catechism: the Creed the Sacraments the Commandments Prayer - but under new headings: 1.
389 - Sep 1992 - Crises in the Church: Fr Hubert Jedin's warning to Rome
The most important liturgical texts those of the sacraments took on their definitive form during the transition period of the following centuries.
390 - Sep 1992 - The Townsville experiment: next stage in the evolution of an Australian Church?
He is to strive to ensure that the faithful are nourished by the devout celebration of the sacraments and in particular that they frequently approach the sacraments of the blessed Eucharist and penance .
391 - 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?
392 - Apr 1992 - Whence Ecumenism? The Vatican and ARCIC, Michael Davies
It also refers directly to Anglican teaching that Our Lord instituted only two sacraments Baptism and the Eucharist and that the five other sacraments of the Catholic Church are only of ecclesiastical institution: Similarly in respect of the ordained ministry the Final Report would be helped if the following were made clearer: that only a validly ordained priest can be the minister who in the person of Christ brings into being the Sacrament of the Eucharist.
393 - Oct 1991 - The priesthood: one layman's view, B.A. Santamaria
The priest has the power to offer Mass; to consecrate the Sacred Species thereby effecting a transformation of substance; to administer the Sacraments to preach the Gospel to undertake the cure of souls.
394 - Jun 1990 - Books: 'Iota Unum: A Study of Changes in the Catholic Church in the Twentieth Century', Fr John Parsons
There are separate chapters on the sacraments in general and each sacrament in particular on natural theology scepticism the liturgy the priesthood the religious orders Catholic lay movements asceticism Catholic education Church and State the death penalty work and technology the Church and women abortion catechetics and a variety of other topics bringing the book to forty two chapters in all.
395 - Apr 1990 - Architects of failure on the offensive: US theologians 'pan' new Catechism, Michael Gilchrist
The Catechism for the Universal Church is divided into three basic parts the Apostles Creed the Liturgy and Sacraments and The Law of Christ including the Ten Commandments together with a lengthy introduction and an epilogue on the Our Father.
396 - Feb 1990 - Cardinal Newman: a centenary tribute, Dr Frank Mobbs
Gods heart ever beat close to his own; the angels the saints the departed were only just out of sight; the sacraments were charged with God.
397 - Nov 1989 - Teaching Christian doctrine in Catholic primary schools, Gerard Gaskin
a catechesis that gives meaning to the sacraments (and) communicates to the child the joy of being a witness to Christ in ordinary life (n.
398 - Sep 1989 - Three problems for Catholic schools, Michael Gilchrist
In the meantime interested laity religious and clergy might identify existing materials likely to match the Universal Catechism which will cover in detail the doctrines of the Creeds the moral teachings of the Ten Commandments and the Sacraments and Liturgy.
399 - Jul 1989 - Making a revolution by changing the meaning of words, Frank Mobbs
VATICAN II But these four marks are a far cry from the traditional ones as say expressed in the catechism in use in Australia before Vatican II a catechism virtually identical with others in use throughout the Church where: one The Catholic Church is one because all its members believe the same truths; offer to God the same Holy Sacrifice; share the same Sacraments; and are united under one visible head on earth the Pope holy founded by Jesus Christ .
400 - Jun 1989 - How the liturgy fell apart: the enigma of Archbishop Bugnini, Michael Davies
Not only was he dismissed but his entire Congregation was dissolved and merged with the Congregation for the Sacraments.
401 - 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.
402 - Apr 1989 - The Catholic Church in Britain: Piers Paul Read interviewed by 'AD2000', Paul Gray
They rarely talk about grace - grace through the sacraments the necessity for grace.
403 - Feb 1989 - The condition of Catholic teacher training in Australia, Michael Gilchrist
If this cycle is to be broken it is important that in one way or another Church authorities intervene to ensure that students are adequately and soundly grounded in their Catholic faith and that they are familiarised with catechetical programs which are not only up-to-date but thorough balanced and accurate in their presentations of doctrines social and moral teachings disciplines sacraments and liturgy.
404 - Nov 1988 - The issues facing Australian Catholicism, Bishop George Pell
The Council changed the language of the liturgy from Latin into English and provoked substantial and beautiful reforms to the Mass and the ritual of the sacraments so that our liturgical style is much closer to that of Cranmer and the Lutherans than previously.
405 - Apr 1988 - A kingdom divided in itself, B.A. Santamaria
What faithful dissent and loyal opposition mean is that the doctrinal and moral teachings which have been regarded as mandatory for the Catholic since the earliest days of the Catholic Church are set aside while those who set them aside aver that they are still Catholics; still priests; still celebrate Mass; still receive and dispense the Sacraments.