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  • Le Chant Series

    Contributed by Patrick Berthalon on Jun 17, 2006

    Helps to Lead a Worhip Session for Kids

    LE CHANT Introduction Qu’est ce que chanter ? Une définition simple : une suite de sons modulés émis par la voix humaine avec des intonations différentes qui provoqueront des sensations variées selon les sons émis. La voix est un instrument par elle-même. Nous possédons more

  • Sing To The Lord And Bless His Name

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Nov 23, 2013

    How does our singing in Church advance our mission and witness?

    Feast of St. Cecilia 2013 “Sing to the Lord, bless his name; tell of his salvation from day to day.” Over and over, we read in the psalms, that our response to the saving power of God is to sing to Him. St. Augustine wrote that to sing praise to God is to pray twice. That’s more

  • Singing And Contemplation Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 23, 2009

    The point of art, and especially music, is to lead us beyond what we can apprehend at the material level, even to contemplative prayer.

    May 25, 2009 Sacramentum Caritatis Sing to God, sing praises to his name; lift up a song to him who rides upon the clouds; his name is the LORD, exult before him! 5 Father of the fatherless and protector of widows is God in his holy habitation. The anointing of the Holy Spirit is the action more

  • Spirit Is Alive Through Obedience Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 17, 2009
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    The Church’s song is two millennia old and is deserving of use and respect

    May 18, 2009 Sacramentum Caritatis Acts 16: 11-21 and John 15: 21-27 When we listen to the Gospel of Luke and the Acts, and to the Gospel of John as well, we get the impression that the Holy Spirit was more active in the early Church than today. Paul was forbidden by the Spirit–probably more

  • Let Us Sing To The Lord Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 2, 2011

    Our song of praise wells up from our heart as a response to God's saving act: we believe in God, in His Son, and we sing.

    Monday in 4th Week of Lent April 4 2011 The Spirit of the Liturgy “In the Lord, I have trusted: I will exult and I will rejoice in Thy mercy: because Thou hast regarded my lowliness.” The words of today’s Introit make more real the meaning of Lent, that despite our more

  • The True Summit Of Our Vocation As Human Beings Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 7, 2011

    Music must be in harmony with Logos, not an offbeat and disordered hymn to individualism.

    Monday of 3rd Week of Easter Spirit of the Liturgy The Spirit that inflamed deacon Stephen is always at work in the Church. This spirit, the Holy Spirit of God, fills those who respond to the gift of faith, and makes us hungry for the Word of God, the Sacrament of the altar, and service to more

  • What St Gregory Teaches Us About Evangelization Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 1, 2012

    Prayer is pre-eminent; the Word must inform our music; evangelization must be done, especially with the help of women.

    September 3 2012 St. Gregory the Great Verbum Domini The Book of Genesis envisions the creation of the world as more of a birthing than a creatio ex nihilo. We know that God created everything, and created it from nothing. But when the author of Genesis began his narrative, he picks up at a more

  • A Farewell Homily

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 8, 2013

    Always remember that the task of the Church is to attract non-believers to Jesus Christ in the Church.

    Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 2013 “farewell” In the pre-Christian world, there was an inchoate understanding of human life after earthly death. The Hebrew’s picture of human existence in the nether world was one of gloom, shadow, even an inability to praise God. I think that the young man more

  • The Purpose Of Liturgy Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 4, 2013
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    We need to understand what the Council Fathers intended for Liturgy, and the two things most people think they wanted which are not what they actually said they wanted.

    Monday after Epiphany 7 January 2012 Sacrosanctum Concilium The mission of the Church on earth is exactly the same as the mission of Jesus during His thirty-some years on earth. He was, and we must be, the fulfillment of the twin commandment of God: love God with all our hearts and love our more

  • Lorsque La Vie Est Injuste

    Contributed by Patrick Berthalon on Jul 3, 2019

    Des personnages bibliques exemples de difficultés de vie ne les empêchant pas de progresser...

    LORSQUE LA VIE EST INJUSTE LECTURE : Luc 15.11-32 INTRODUCTION : Situation du jeune homme qui a vécu avec l’argent de son père et puis lorsqu’il n’a plus d’argent, il n’a plus d’amis… Luc 11.14-15 « Lorsqu'il eut tout dépensé, une grande famine survint dans ce pays, more

  • He That Reapeth

    Contributed by Evie Megginson on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 18 ratings

    Years ago, in a small town in Texas, a German mer-chant and his entire family came forward at the close of a service to receive Christ as Savior and Lord.

  • From Warrior To Sorrier Then Back Again Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Oct 23, 2017
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    There was an alter sacrifice and the prophets of Baal keep chanting "oh, Baal, answer us!" for many hours, but nothing happened. Then, Elijah offered up a short prayer and God consumed the sacrifice. But soon after things took a turn for the worst.

    FROM A WARRIOR PRAYER TO A SORRIER PRAYER (THEN BACK AGAIN) INTRODUCTION: When I went through the Lord's Prayer a couple of weeks ago in regards to Jesus telling us to not pray as the pagans do I mentioned the account of Elijah and the prophets of Baal. There was an alter sacrifice and the more

  • The Ultimate Melting Pot Series

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jun 25, 2011

    That crowd gathered around the throne is made up of African saints drumming and dancing, Lutherans singing Bach and Handel, medieval monks chanting plainsong, Latin American Pentecostals with shouts of triumph, messianic Jews dancing the hora, Southern Ba

  • L'amour De Dieu Pour Son Peuple Et Ses Répercutions !

    Contributed by Créteur Fabien on Sep 24, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Lecture : CDC 1/1-17 Le cantique de Salomon comme certains l’ont appelé se tient parmi une collection de 1005 chants que Salomon a écrit 1 Rois 4/32 " Il a prononcé trois mille sentences, et composé mille cinq cantiques." Il est souvent plus appelé cdc c

    Le Cantique des Cantiques ou l’amour de Dieu pour son peuple et ses répercutions ! Lecture : CDC 1/1-17 Le cantique de Salomon comme certains l’ont appelé se tient parmi une collection de 1005 chants que Salomon a écrit 1 Rois 4/32 " Il a prononcé trois mille sentences, et composé mille cinq more

  • Philosophie De La Musique Chez Les Charismatiques Series

    Contributed by Patrick Berthalon on Sep 1, 2010

    Les Charismatiques

    PHILOSOPHIE DE LA MUSIQUE DANS LA TRADITION CHARISMATIQUE A. Fond théologique et musical Theologiquement, le Mouvement de Pentecôte a une ascendance Wesleyenne. Se tenant hors de la tradition réformée, les Pentecotistes ont plus en commun avec la théologie Anglicane et les Méthodistes more