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Meditation on the passion and Eastertide

F. P. H.

Meditation on the passion and Eastertide

by F. P. H.

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Published by Suplician [i.e. Sulpician] Seminary Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Passion -- Meditations.,
  • Jesus Christ -- Resurrection -- Meditations.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by F.P.H.
    GenreMeditations.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination215 p. ;
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16482725M

    While not strictly for Lent, this book guides you through the Saint Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises, which include praying through the life of Christ and contemplating the Passion and Resurrection. What I love about this book is the way that it gently guides you to interact with God in prayer, providing a structure with lots of space to reflect.   This meditation for Eastertide comes from Fuller Theological seminary, and as we experience Holy Saturday, living in between cross and resurrection, may it be a blessing. + “ Death and Resurrection,” portraying the night before and the morning of the resurrection of Jesus, marks the beginning of the season of Eastertide.

    Doug Barry's tour-de-force one-man performance of the Meditation on the Passion of Christ has been moving audiences to tears and sending thousands to the confessional for years. Filmed before a live audience with multiple camera angles and music from Eric Genuis, St. Joseph Communications' high-quality production has been the definitive video. Meditation on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ (1): THE AGONY IN THE GARDEN. Reflection vid + full text. The Gospel of St. Luke recounts to us what happened after Jesus and the disciples observed the Passover meal: they went to Mount of Olives to pray.

    Perfect for Lent or anytime of the year, this illustrated book of meditation reflects on the Gospel passages of the Passion and death of Christ. Each chapter offers a prayer, a meditation, spiritual advice, and closes with another prayer. Paperback. On the Passion of Christ () by Thomas 'a KempisPages: Alphonsus () devised the Clock of the Passion as a meditation for Passion-tide during Lent to follow Jesus the last twenty-four hours of His life on this earth. His intent was to motivate each person to cherish a tender devotion towards Jesus Christ in His Passion. The events are put in sequence as found in Scripture and Sacred Tradition.


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This is such a wonderful book. It is broken down into short chapters which make for easy daily reading, meditation, and prayer. Readers are taken through the final days of Jesus on earth to His death on the cross, examining in a relatively brief yet insightful way such events as Jesus washing the feet of the Apostles, Mary Magdelene's pouring of expensive fragrance on Jesus, Judas' betrayal 5/5(40).

“Meditation on the Passion,” the distillation of the meditations and instructions of a good and pious nun who (by the turn of the 20th century) had for 30 years served as the Mistress of Novices in the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, will be a help to advancement in the spiritual life and an abundant source of blessings to all who use /5(42).

Those who experienced the spiritual power of The Passion of the Christ are likely to encounter the same with this timeless book. Enlightening as a day-by-day study during the weeks of Lent or Advent, or as frequent Available for the first time on Kindle, this “Catholic classic” ranks with other titles about the life of Christ written by /5.

Whatever mystery of the Passion you take for the subject of your meditation, you may always bestow attentive consideration on the following five points: 1. The infinite greatness of Him Who suffers. The excess of suffering and ignominy which He endures.

How great is the love with which He suffers. Comments. James Gronvall: Having the peace that you describe is a reassuring hope, because I find that in the body with its sin nature that the peace that Christ announces, is in tension with our own failings and struggles.

Not a reflection on the adequacy of Christ’s sacrifice but a reality of being yet in this body of sin. Redeemed yes, but struggling daily with the old man. O ur Lord himself, in numerous occasions throughout the ages by means of all his saints, his most privileged souls, the Magisterium of the Church and, of course, through the writings of Luisa, «The Little Daughter of the Divine Will», has spoken of the transcendent importance of meditating on his passion, and not simply meditating on it but living out interiorly, intensively and continuously.

Eastertide Prayer and Meditation- Meet Me in Galilee Posted on April 1, by Nicholas Hood III Ministries Mark 6 But he said to them, “Do not be alarmed; you are looking for Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified.

A MEDITATION ON CHRIST’S PASSION 1. Some people meditate on Christ’s passion by venting their anger on the Jews. 1 This singing and ranting about wretched Judas 2 satisfies them, for they are in the habit of complaining about other people, of condemning and reproaching their Size: KB.

1 Meditations on the Passion of Christ from the book “The Passion” that was dictated by Jesus to Catalina Rivas * * * The meditations on the Passion of Christ in this booklet were almost all extracted from “The Passion”, a book that was dictated by Jesus to Catalina (Katya) Size: 1MB.

The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Faithful to the Bible story of the Passion and death of Jesus, it fills in many details and is edifying and inspiring beyond belief; plus, it is surprising and heart-rending. It will melt a heart of stone.

This book is the best on the Passion we have seen.5/5(1). Books shelved as meditation-spirituality: Wherever You Go, There You Are: Mindfulness Meditation in Everyday Life by Jon Kabat-Zinn, The Artist's Way by.

Jesus told me that I please Him best by meditating on His sorrowful Passion, and by such meditation much light falls upon my soul. () You please Me most when you meditate on My Sorrowful Passion.

() The contemplation of My painful wounds is of great profit to you, and it brings Me great joy. Cathedral clergy offer a meditation each day.

Receive an Easter Meditation each morning, helping you celebrate the Great 50 days of Eastertide: Lenten Prayers Congregation National Local New Lenten Email Address () Get Daily Meditations.

Eastertide Scripture Reflections by Gospel Book. Below is a collection of scripture reflections for the season of Eastertide ordered by Gospel Book. Alternatively go here for a. The contrasts between a Prayer Book Eastertide and the season in much contemporary Anglican liturgy are pronounced.

What is particularly striking is the refusal of the Prayer Book tradition to impose a forced festivity on the weeks "after Easter".Author: Laudable Practice. Meditation on the Passion The Agony in the Garden The arrest of Jesus.

Holy Week: Triumphal entry into Jerusalem Peter's denials Before Pilate: Jesus Christ, the King The Way to Calvary The Lord's Last Supper Jesus dies on the Cross The Sepulcher of the Body of Jesus.

Easter: Raised from the Dead The Joy of the Resurection Jesus Christ lives 5/5(19). The Meditation on the Passion, by Vittore Carpaccio (ca. –) art selection and commentary by Heidi J.

Hornik and Mikeal C. Parsons. September 8, The dead Christ sits between St. Jerome on his left and Job on his right. Christ appears to be sleeping—a reference to the resurrection. The skull and human bones near Job associate. Gospel Story (Share a Story of God's Good News from the Bible, Godly Play, or a Story Book) Response: Singing Alleluias.

PRAYERS God speaks to us, in stories from the bible and God listens to us. God hears our prayers. Who and what do you want us to pray for today. As opportunities arise to serve individuals both within and beyond the St.

Mark's community in the midst of this crisis, we'll let you know. If you are aware of an urgent pastoral or practical need in the St. Mark's community please contact Deacon David immediately, [email protected], (cell). If you are available to assist in particular ways to pastoral and practical needs that.

Carols and the Passion: Drawing on Many Traditions for a Modern Meditation I am delighted to invite you to a new offering at St. Peter’s, St. Louis this year. As part of our Evensong series on the second Sunday of every month, the St. Peter’s Singers will lead A Meditation on the Passion of Christ on Palm Sunday, April 9 at p.m.

"There is more merit to one hour of meditation on My sorrowful Passion than there is to a whole year of flagellation that draws blood." (Divine Mercy In my soul, The Diary of Sister Faustina Kowalska. JanuNOTEBOOK I). Saint Alphonsus de Liguori states in his book “The Passion and Death of .Affective piety is most commonly described as a style of highly emotional devotion to the humanity of Jesus, particularly in his infancy and his death, and to the joys and sorrows of the Virgin Mary.

It was a major influence on many varieties of devotional literature in late-medieval Europe, both in Latin and in the vernaculars. This practice of prayer, reading, and meditation was often. The Meditation on the Passion by Carpaccio is an article from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Volume 6.

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