Often, the September Moon is also called the Harvest Moon, but this year the Harvest Moon occurs in October. The Harvest Moon is the Moon that falls nearest the autumnal equinox; this full Moon provides the most light at the time when it’s needed most—to complete the harvest!
Technically speaking, however, the moonrise for the September 2017 and October 2017 full Moons are very close this year. For several days after both full Moons, the Moon rises a shorter-than-usual time after sunset, creating more light during harvest time. During both months, the Moon will hang large after sunset, casting its beautiful light on our fields of grain.
July 7, 2017-
Today is the 10th anniversary of Pope Benedict’s remarkable, generous and important motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, which liberalized the traditional Mass and introduced a new generation to the Church’s treasury of sacred music and liturgy.
There is an old saying, lex orandi, lex credendi, lex vivendi, which essentially means how you pray leads to what you believe and then ultimately how you live.
On the Tenth Day of Christmas,
Ten Lords a-leaping represents the Ten commandments.
Let us keep the 10 Commandments:
I – Do not have other gods before Me.
II – Do not worship idols.
III – Do not take God’s name in vain.
IV – Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy.
V – Honor your father and your mother.
VI – Do not murder.
VII – Do not commit adultery.
VIII – Do not steal.
IX – Do not lie.
X – Do not covet
reflect on the incredible gifts our True Love has given us