Yesterday was the Feast of St. Joseph, and our church parish celebrated this long-revered saint in a special way. Last year we had our first St. Joseph’s… Read more “St. Joseph’s Day”
Good morning! Today is Thursday of the 32nd Week in Ordinary Time. I’m LIVE now with Morning Musings, Devotions and News! We’ll pray Divine Office Morning Prayer and more. Join me on Facebook or YouTube!:
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In this Celestial Musings podcast, we pray the Divine Office Morning Prayer for the memorial of St. Josaphat, Bishop and Martyr, we cover the Mass readings with reflections, and I cannot for the life of me say “sin” properly.
Today’s morning broadcast was very much a “Monday” sort of event. Thanks to those who tuned in and stuck with me! A reminder– the best audio is going to be on the YouTube feed. The Facebook feed is whatever my phone feels like doing that day.
In this Celestial Musings podcast, we pray the Divine Office Morning Prayer, and cover news, from the hilarious parody, to porn at the University of Notre Dame, and topped off with a touch of sports.
God bless you!
Here is the All Souls Day podcast, sadly very late, but better late than never. It does, however, have *drumroll*………..the podcast intro! We talk about the… Read more “VIDEO: 11.02.18 Morning Musings & Devotions – All Souls Day”
Happy All Saints Day! This morning we prayed Divine Office Morning Prayer for All Saints Day, talked about why we celebrate the Feast of All Saints, using the second reading for today’s Office of Readings, and then touched on what veneration of the saints is, and isn’t. The video opens with a little music; it gives people a little time to join in before I begin the cast, and gives me a chance to wrap up a few things before starting. Podcast starts just before 4:00. Finally, stay tuned to see why Mr. Kermit, sacrificial spouse that he is, will be numbered among all the saints in glory.
Top box is the FB video, which has better audio. Second is the YouTube feed. I may start making YouTube the primary feed, which means that the better audio will be there, and not on Facebook. Just a heads up. I tried downloading the FB video and putting it into iMovie but it’s just not happening–half of the audio doesn’t transfer over and I have no time to figure that issue out! Sorry! So anyways, if you click on “watch on Facebook” (which I recommend–better feed) and it doesn’t work, you have the YouTube feed to watch.
Don’t let the preview picture scare you. The video is clear as a bell! Today we prayed Divine Office Morning Prayer and covered Mass readings with reflections on what its means to enter through the “narrow gate”. Enjoy!
God bless and keep you!
The Mass readings were so meaty today we didn’t get to news in this broadcast. Maybe later, maybe not at all… But in any case you’ll get a good laugh out of the first two minutes of this video. This is what happens when you’re figuring out You Tube live streaming and your sound isn’t muted…
This morning we prayed Divine Office Morning Prayer for Monday of the 30th week in Ordinary Time, and covered the Mass readings with commentary. The Mass readings were meaty today! We prayed with St. Catherine of Siena, and concluded with our usual morning offerings and prayers of surrender. Enjoy!
Today was fun! Hope you enjoy! Here is what we did today:
*Divine Office Morning Prayer
*Daily Mass Readings and reflections on “good will” and the effects on our soul when we lose this “good will”
*News & Commentary
What I wanted to do, but which we did not have time for, was a decade of an “intentional rosary,” in which every Hail Mary is prayed for a specific intention. I did not make this Rosary praying technique up; I got it from Sirius Catholic Channel’s Gus Lloyd, who hosts Seize the Day in the mornings. If you haven’t checked him out, give him a listen; he’s a delight to listen to.
Without further ado, here are the links to the news articles I talked about today.