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The way in which believers communicate to God

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, so put 'em together and you have a nice exhortation for all believers. Furthermore, is "Lifting Your Name" a prayer of blessing to God? …
asked Sep 8 '11 by Peter Turner
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Why do we pray "Our Father who art in Heaven" and "Pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death". Should we instead pray My Father and "Pray for me, a sinner now and at the hour of my death …
asked Oct 6 '11 by Peter Turner
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I'm not sure of the exact definition, but a doxology seems to be a prayer tagged at the end which consists of some sort of invocation of the Blessed Trinity. I'm just wondering if the actual words … in a given doxology are important or if in prayer books, like the Book of Common Prayer (for the Liturgy of the Hours) the doxology given is just the most common one used, but shortened for some …
asked Oct 19 '11 by Peter Turner
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Spiritual communion is a prayer one can pray if they can't receive the Eucharist at Mass and it's a good prayer to pray if you're making a visit to a tabernacle outside of Mass. Sacramental …
asked Nov 18 '11 by Peter Turner
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At my troop's Federation of North American Explorers meetings, the leaders and the boys pray the Liturgy of the Hours together sometimes for our prayer at the end of meetings. We often do it with … half the group on one side of the altar and half on the other trading verses. Is this the expected format when doing "call and response" in the Liturgy of the Hours for Evening Prayer? Generally …
asked Jan 18 '17 by Peter Turner
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In St. Louis de Montfort's The Secret of the Rosary he quotes the Blessed Virgin Mary talking to St. Dominic: "I want you to know that, in this kind of warfare, the battering ram has always been t …
asked Dec 20 '17 by Peter Turner
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I answered this question calling adoration and veneration honor given to God and the saints accordingly. If you look at the edits for my answer, I think I had some confusion as to the terminology w …
asked Feb 7 '12 by Peter Turner
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I recently read this blog post from a Catholic blogger who shed some light on the ancient history and purpose of genuflection. While striking his pose, Tebow is praying, and I don't believe any pe …
asked Dec 20 '11 by Peter Turner
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I was trying to source this quote, The Mass is the most perfect form of prayer - Pope Paul VI but the Google, in her wisdom, seems to think I only want to see what my fellow zealous Mary … quote, it's just left out there. What I really want to know is, if the Catholic Church considers Mass to be a Prayer. I've always heard, and taught, that Mass is the greatest prayer and the Rosary …
asked Aug 30 '12 by Peter Turner
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In praying the "Hail Holy Queen" at the end of the Rosary with my Parish, there is a bit strangeness in the terms used. For one, some people say Mourning and weeping in this vale of tears and s …
asked Dec 20 '11 by Peter Turner
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For the laity, when praying the Liturgy of the Hours in private, is it more in keeping with tradition to you pray out loud or silently or does it matter? Also, do you change the way you repeat antiph …
asked Sep 19 '11 by Peter Turner
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Prayer: Glorious St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle, be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the Devil, and do thou o Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the power of God …
asked Mar 19 '17 by Peter Turner
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time did an Christians between the 600's and the 1200's spend in prayer each day? Were there novenas, rosaries, the divine office, the angelus, chaplets etc... back then and if so how did they come to …
asked Dec 4 '12 by Peter Turner
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When First Fridays or First Saturdays fall on Solemnities (like All Saints is on Friday in 2019), do people usually punt the devotions to the next month or pack them into the same day?
asked Oct 28 by Peter Turner
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the Eucharistic Prayer. And crossing themselves at a Mass with the Bishop when he comes down the aisle blessing everyone (regardless of whether he has holy water). Is that just how we catch his …
asked Jul 26 '18 by Peter Turner