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To: Cheverus

I agree with you. Always sit where I know the line will lead to the priest or deacon.


8 posted on 01/05/2008 10:25:41 AM PST by Salvation (†With God all things are possible.†)
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Book Three -- Internal Consolation - Conversations with Christ

Imitation of Christ: 3,1, (38) The Inward Conversation of Christ with the Faithful Soul [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 2, (39) Truth Speaks Inwardly without the Sound of Words [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 3, (40) Listen Humbly to the Words of God. Many Do Not Heed Them[Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 4, (41) We Must Walk Before God in Humility and Truth [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 5, (42) The Wonderful Effect of Divine Love [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ: 3, 6, (43) The Proving of a True Lover {Devotional}
Imitation of Christ: 3, 7, (44) Grace Must Be Hidden Under the Mantle of Humility [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 8, (45) Self-Abasement in the Sight of God [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 9, (46) All Things Should be Referred to God as their Last End [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 10 (47) To Despise the World and Serve God is Sweet [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 11 (48) The Longings of Our Hearts Must Be Examined & Moderated [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ: 3, 12, (49) Acquiring Patience in the Fight against Concupiscence [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,13,(50) The Obedience of One Humbly Subject to...Jesus Christ [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,14(51)Consider...Judgments of God Lest You Become Proud...Deeds [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 15 (52) How One Should Feel and Speak on Every Desirable Thing [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,16, (53) True Comfort is to be Sought in God Alone [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 17, (54) All Our Care is to be Placed in God [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ:3,18(55)Temporal Sufferings..be Borne Patiently,..Example of Christ [Devotional}
Imitation of Christ: 3, 19, (56) True Patience in Suffering [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 20, (57) Confessing Our Weakness in the Miseries of Life [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 21 (58) Above All Goods and All Gifts We Must Rest in God [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,22 (59) Remember the Innumerable Gifts of God [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3 23, (60) Four Things Which Bring Great Peace [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ: 3, 24, (61) Avoiding Curious Inquiry About the Lives of Others [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 25 (62) The Basis of Firm Peace of Heart and True Progress [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,26,(63)The Excellence of a Free Mind, Gained Through Prayer ... [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 27, (64) Self-Love is the Greatest Hindrance to the Highest Good[Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 28, (65) Strength Against Slander [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,29(66)How We Must Call Upon ... the Lord When Trouble Presses [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ: 3, 30 (67) Quest of Divine Help and Confidence in Regaining Grace [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 31 (68) To Find the Creator, Forsake All Creatures [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 32, (69) Self-Denial and the Renunciation of Evil Appetites [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,33,(70)Restlessness of Soul:Directing Final Intention Toward God[Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 34, (71) God is ... in All Things to Those Who Love Him [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 35, (72) There is No Security from Temptation in This Life [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ: 3, 36, (73) The Vain Judgments of Men [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 37 (74) Pure...Resignation of Self to Obtain Freedom of Heart [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,38,(75)...Right Ordering of External Affairs; Recourse to God... [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,39, (76) A Man Should Not be Unduly Solicitous about his Affairs[Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 40 (77) Man Has No Good in Himself and Can Glory in Nothing [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 41, (78) Contempt for All Earthly Honor [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ: 3, 42 (79) Peace is not to be Placed in Men [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 43 (80) Beware Vain and Worldly Knowledge [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 44 (81) Do Not be Concerned About Outward Things [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 45 (82) ...Men...Not To Be Believed, ...Easy To Err in Speech [Devotional]
Imitation of Chirst: 3, 46, (83) Trust in God Against Slander [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 47, (84) Every Trial Must Be Borne for the Sake of Eternal Life [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ: 3, 48 (85) The Day of Eternity and the Distresses of this Life [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,49(86)...Desire of Eternal Life;...Rewards...Those Who Struggle [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 50 (87) How a Desolate Person... Commit...into the Hands of God [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3,51,(88)When We Cannot Attain...Highest,...Practice...Humble Works[Devotional]
Imitation of Christ:3,52(89)A Man Ought Not Consider Himself Worthy...Consolation, ...[Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 53, (90) God's Grace Is Not Given to the Earthly Minded [Devotional]

Imitation of Christ: 3, 54 (91) The Different Motions of Nature and Grace [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ:3,55 (92)The Corruption of Nature and the Efficacy of Divine Grace [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 56 (93) We...Deny Ourselves... Imitate Christ...Bearing Cross [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 57 (94) Man Should Not Be Too Downcast...Falls Into Defects [Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 58 (95) High Matters...Hidden Judgments of God...Not...[Devotional]
Imitation of Christ: 3, 59 (96) All Hope and Trust Are To Be Fixed in God Alone [Devotional]

9 posted on 01/05/2008 10:28:57 AM PST by Salvation (†With God all things are possible.†)
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To: Salvation

Fortunately in the Archdiocese of Boston it is very rare to have an Extraordinary Minister in the Central isle (Holy Trinity, Boston and St. Gregory, Dorchester are the only of the many parishes I’ve been to where I see that done), but it is very common in Diocese of Providence that you need to “zig-zag”

And FYI, other Parishes in the Archdiocese of Boston, I’ve attended:

St. Joseph, Boston (all four verses)
Our Lady of Victories, Boston (only half hymns)
St. James the Greater, Boston (Weekday/Holy Days)
St. Theresa of Avila, West Roxbury (people leave early)
St. John Chrysostom, West Roxbury (libs with no kneelers)
St. Ann, Dorchester (very orthodox)
Blessed Mother Theresa, Dorchester (while still St. Margaret)
St. Mark, Dorchester (ok, sometimes Liturgical dance ugh)
St. Peter, Dorchester (once kind of happy clappy)
Our Lady of Czechotowa, South Boston (incense on a Sat. Afternoon!)
St. Augusitine-St. Monica, South Boston (Fr. Kennedy is a very Holy Man)
St. Vincent DePaul, South Boston (not since Cannon left, nice design)
St. Brigid, South Boston (not since Culloty left)
St. Joseph, Needham (not since Haddad left)
St. Bartholomew, Needham (interesting design)
St. Mary, Dedham (not since Dooher left - too much into his Life Teen thing for my preference)
St. Anne, Readville (he’s good, used “Brethren”)
St. Zepherin, Wayland (horrible wreckovation - ugliest Church in Archdiocese now)
St. Patrick, Groveland (not since Conway left)
Sacred Heart, Newton (has Connelly retired?)
Mary Immaculate of Lourdes, Newton (Latin only)
Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Boston (not since Connolly took over)
Cathedral of the Annunciation (Melkite), Roslindale (not since Mitchell left, but they don’t use EOMs anway)
St. Paul, Cambridge (happy clappy no kneeler student Mass, so no real Mass yet)
St. Columbkille, Brighton (all five one Sunday so I know they’re safe, Msgr. Fay, Fr. Anda, Fr. Forgwe rock, and kudos to O’Rourke and Gavin - though he is a bit happy clappy he is reverent)
St. Irene, Carlisle (needs stainglass, congregation too loud)
St. Therese Sherborn (got upset at the Priest for wanting to use and EOM with less than 50 people)
St. Catherine of Siena, Norwood (Msgr. McRae is a good man)
Holy Ghost, Whitman (for a first Communion, still no EOM, I think Sweicki is good)
St. Thomas More, Braintree (Vosko Church wreckovation, don’t really know Fr. Sughrue)
St. Francis of Assisi, Braintree (Fr. Conole is good but I think they moved him)
St. Julia, Weston (not in awhile though)
St. Benedict, Somerville (still has the altar rail, don’t know Fr. Carr, but I have heard he quit drinking)
Our Lady of Lourdes, Jamaica Plain (Spanish Mass Msgr. Bourque is a very humble man, many year is the Society of St. James the Apostle)
St. Patrick, Roxbury (Rumor has it Fr. Waldron turned down Bishop many years ago to work in the poorest neighborhood in the city - truly a humble man)
Holy Name, West Roxbury (daily Mass, Msgr. Changes the translation and wreckovated the Parish ripping out the altar rail when he got there)
Infant Jesus - St. Lawrence, Brookline (daily Mass with Burke who is gone)
Immaculate Conception, Malden (too much Dan Schutte it was awful, I felt like I was in a Dignity USA Mass)

I’ve also been to St. Clement Eucharistic Shrine which is not a parish but very liturgically orthodox so many refugees end up there.


11 posted on 01/07/2008 6:16:25 AM PST by Cheverus
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