Here’s another post from my blog Against the Flow, which launches off from the G. K. Chesterton quote, “A dead thing can go with the stream, but only a living thing can go against it.” (G. K. Chesterton – The Everlasting Man, 1925). Please consider following it for email updates every time there is a new post. Why Mass? – Part 1 Continue reading Why Mass? – Part 1
by Cheryl Hernandez Why do we need ten reasons to attend daily Mass? God created us — the very reason we exist, living and breathing right now, is because of the goodness and infinite love of God, and we owe it to Him to spend time with Him every day. This should be enough of a reason for us. We have the chance to partake … Continue reading 10 Reasons to Attend Daily Mass | Seton Magazine
Why do Catholics dress up for Mass? Continue reading The Mass
Because if we love someone, we should honour him with both our souls and our bodies. Why do we dress up for weddings, funerals, and certain jobs? To honor those whom we love or those whom we serve. In the Scriptures we read: “Worship the Lord in holy attire” 1 Chronicles 16:29, Psalms 29:2, 96:9. And, the Catholic Catechism teaches that our gestures and our … Continue reading Why Do Catholics Dress Up for Mass?
Many people will say that the word Transubstantiation is just too difficult for children to understand or even pronounce. And so they often don’t mention or discuss it at all. It is interesting that children of all ages have never had any trouble saying the word Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious from the movie Mary Poppins. The word tran·sub·stan·ti·a·tion has 6 syllables. Where as su·per·cal·i·frag·i·lis·tic·ex·pi·al·i·do·cious has 14! Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious defined means – adjective (used as a … Continue reading Transubstantiation!!
From The Parish of Blessed John Henry Newman First Sunday of every month at 5pm. We wish to thank Bishop Chris Prowse for his support and encouragement in making this Mass possible. http://newmanparish.org/(Please note this is not associated with the society at Tynong) Continue reading Latin Mass St Joseph’s Church Iona