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Magnificat: Homilies in Praise of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Cistercian Fathers Ser. : No. 18)

Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint

Magnificat: Homilies in Praise of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Cistercian Fathers Ser. : No. 18)

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Published by Cistercian Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion & Beliefs,
  • Mary,,
  • Mary,
  • Religion,
  • Sermons,
  • Blessed Virgin, Saint,
  • Sermons, Latin,
  • Sermons, Medieval,
  • Translations into English

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8127533M
    ISBN 100879071184
    ISBN 109780879071189

    It is the longest discourse recorded of Mary in Divine Revelation. His love is greater than our sin. What is there to say then? Some commentators distinguish the meaning of "soul" or "intellect" and "spirit" or "will" in the first two verses; but, in view of Hebrew usage, probably both words mean the same thing, "the soul with all its faculties".

    He has and continues to do great things for us, and holy is his name. And the Magnificat, this canticle to God, alive and active in history is a hymn of faith and love, which springs from the heart of the Virgin. It is the time to preach it from the rooftops Cfr. But there is also another aspect: in God not only is there room for man; in man there is room for God. Certainly inspired, it was pronounced by Mary herself when she was carrying the Divine Child in her womb. Steeped thus in Scriptural thought and phraseology, summing up in its inspired ecstasy the economy of God with His Chosen People, indicating the fulfillment of the olden prophecy and prophesying anew until the end of time, the Magnificat is the crown of the Old Testament singing, the last canticle of the Old and the first of the New Testament.

    A glance through the pages of Novello's catalogue of "Services" leads to the estimate of upwards of one thousand settings of theMagnificat for Anglican services by a single publishing house. He has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich He has sent away empty. Who are honored and praised and who are ignored in this world? He is utterly unworldly.


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Magnificat: Homilies in Praise of the Blessed Virgin Mary book

Bernard of Clairvaux

That is what mercy implies. Mary was given to service as a consecrated virgin in the Temple in Jerusalem when she was three years old, much like Hannah took Samuel to the Tabernacle as recorded in the Old Testament.

He will be with me as long as I am with Him. A great heart, the presence of God in the world, room for God within us and room for us in God, hope, being expected: this is the symphony of this Feast, the instruction that meditating on this Solemnity gives us.

And throughout the Church the same hymn of thanksgiving, the "Magnificat", rings out as it did for the first time at Ain—Karim: All generations call you blessed Cfr.

Luc 1, Abelard continued to press for a public debate, and made his challenge widely known, making it hard for Bernard to decline.

Catholic Encyclopedia (1913)/Magnificat

King and monk stood together, representing the combined will of earth and heaven. And the Magnificat, this canticle to God, alive and active in history is a hymn of faith and love, which springs from the heart of the Virgin.

For you and for us, for us with you. Almost every great church composer has worked often and zealously on this theme. And in the Gospel which we have just heard, Mary herself prophetically pronounces a few words that orientate us in this perspective.

Jean-Pierre Ruiz makes that connection in an article in New Theology Review [41] but the belief is quite ancient, as is the association of Mary and the Ark of the Covenant, mentioned at [Revelation ].

In the Acts of the ApostlesMary and the brothers of Jesus are mentioned in the company of the Eleven apostles who are gathered in the upper room after the Ascension of Jesus.

Liturgical use While the canticles taken by the Roman Breviary from the Old Testament are located with the psalms, and are so distributed as to be sung only once a week, the Magnificat shares with the other two "evangelical canticles" the honour of a daily recitation and of a singularly prominent location immediately before the Oratio, or Prayer of the daily Office or, if there be preces, immediately before these.

Mary mentions this three times also: "He has scattered the proud in their conceit" "He has cast down the mighty from their thrones"; "The rich He has sent away empty. In some churches the Magnificat is sung at devotions outside of Vespers. Similarities are found with Hab.

It was at this council that Bernard traced the outlines of the Rule of the Knights Templar who soon became the ideal of Christian nobility. Do not be afraid to break out of comfortable and routine modes of living, in order to take up the challenge of making Christ known in the modern "metropolis".

Have no fear. The second half of v. The unworldly are not preoccupied with things of time and space, but have their minds and hearts on eternity. But an even greater show of support came from the common people. He has shown might with His Arm, He has scattered the proud in the conceit of their heart.

He is utterly unworldly. Another reason is found by Colvenarius in the probability that it was towards evening when Our Lady arrived at the house of St. Bernard wrote to the pope a few days afterwards, "Cities and castles are now empty.

We have many reasons to give due consideration and prayerful reflection to the Magnificat. Yet faith tells us that prayers of praise and adoration are the most important form of prayer. She opens this way especially to the little ones and to the poor, those who are dear to divine mercy.

He recalled the city of Milan to obedience to the pope as they had followed the deposed Anselm V, Archbishop of Milan. He wants us to become holy, more holy because we have sinned. Pope Innocent II died in the year This line refers to those who live for wealth and power and feel they have everything figured out.In this lesson we learn that there are several ways in which every Christian should praise God.

Scripture We are studying the Gospel of Luke in a sermon series I am calling “To Seek and To Save the Lost.” Today I would like to study the passage in which we learn about Mary’s song of praise that is known as “The Magnificat.”.

Copies of Mary's Magnificat (Luke ) for each person in the group; Preparation for Sunday Scripture Readings. Say: We are celebrating an important holy day in our Church year. On August 15 we celebrate the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. On this day we remember that Mary was taken to heaven, body and soul.

Magnificat: Homilies in Praise of the Blessed introd. by Chrysogonus Waddell. Format Book Published Kalamazoo, Mich.: Cistercian Publications Inc., Language English Latin (also in) Series Cistercian Fathers Series ; No.

18 Magnificat: b| homilies in praise of the Blessed Virgin Mary / c| by Bernard of Clairvaux and Amadeus of. Magnificat: homilies in praise of the Blessed Virgin Mary St Francis of Assisi The Writings of St Francis The Little Flowers of St Francis St Thomas Aquinas Summa Contra Gentiles Summa Theologiae The Catechetical Instructions St Bonaventure The Journey of the Mind to God The Triple Way The Mirror of the Blessed Virgin Mary Bl.

Since this book is a hymn of praise to Mary the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God, first try to imagine an alternate world without her. So many beautiful things would not exist – apart from Jesus of Nazareth! We would lose the paintings of the Madonna by Leonardo and Raphael, Murillo, and Fra Angelico.

Fr Matthew Charlesworth, S.J.'s website. Disclaimer: The proprietor and contributors do not speak for the Society of Jesus or for the Catholic Church.