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Wine Cellar January 2011

Kansas City Province

The January 2011 issues of the Wine Cellar ncludes articles on leadership by: Joseph Nassal, C.PP.S., Bishop Joseph Charron, C.PP.S., Jan Renz, ASC, Angelo Anthony, C.PP.S., Mary Whited, C.PP.S., Andree Fries, C.PP.S., John Robert McCray and William Nordenbrock, C.PP.S.

Maria Anna, Hymn in honor of Maria Anna Brunner, Foundress of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Precious Blood, Dayton, OH

Ralph C. Verdi, C.PP.S.

This hymn is a part of a series of hymns entitled "Precious Blood Founders Hymn Collection" composed by Fr. Ralph Verdi, C.PP.S. Music is available in printed form for congregation and keyboard as well as an audio recording of the hymn.

Many the Voices

Fr. Ralph Verdi, C.PP.S.


On the occasion of the Third Precious Blood Congress held at the University of Dayton on August 1-4, 2005, a meeting of Roman Catholic religious communities founded upon devotion to Jesus Christ under the aspect of the shedding of his Most Precious Blood, I was asked by the liturgical planning committee of the sponsoring organization, the Precious Blood Leadership Conferenc (PBLC), to provide a unifying congress theme song.

Who Will Speak the Word?

By: Ralph C. Verdi, CPPS, with vocal by Lucille Johnson PB Companion

Precious Blood Convocation, St. Louis University, July 26-29, 2010. PDF scores and MP3s of Instrumental track and vocal track are available to download. Copyright 2009 by Ralph C. Verdi. All Rights Reserved.

Homily: Blood Transfusion (Feast of the Precious Blood)

By: Fr. Angelo Anthony, C.PP.S.

I would venture to say that most of the images of blood that we are exposed to reveal situations here blood is poured out in violence. We see casualties of war, shooting in the street and domestic violence in the home. Blood is seen s a scary thing. For some, the very sight of blood causes them to turn pale, get light headed and pass out on the floor!

Reflection: Being Like Children

By: Jean Giesige

Near the end of the year at our little Catholic school, in the Gospel at the children's mass we heard Jesus tell his followers that unless they became like little children, they could not enter the kingdom of heaven. I love that reading and the children probably do too. It is a vindication for their way of life. Nearly always the situation is reversed and they are shown adult role models and told to act more grown up. Once in a blue moon, in church, they get to listen in as the grownups are told to act more like children.

Reflection: Ring that Bell

By: Jean Giesige

Over the years that our oldest son, now a senior, played high school football, I experienced a slow conversion from being someone who hated football and most other sports to someone who could on occasion tell a guard from a tackle. (The guard is next to the center and the tackle is on the end of the offensive line, duh.)

Reflection: Let Us Pray

By: Jean Giesige

Our sixth grader's basketball games in our little Christian league always began with a prayer. Players, coaches and officials gathered at the center of the court and recited the same prayer each week from battered pieces of paper that were collected to be used again the following week.

But at one away game last season, somebody forgot to pack the prayer papers. There was a moment of stunned silence before one of the coaches on the opposing team volunteered to lead an extemporaneous prayer.

Reflection: "No One Else Could Do What I'm Doing"

By: Jean Giesige

In the life of a missionary, what goes around comes around. Nearly 20 years ago Fr. David Kelly, C.PP.S., met a young man named Xavier McElrath-Bey when Fr. Kelly went to minister at the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center in Chicago.

"I was facing a murder charge, and Fr. Kelly was a great source of consolation to me," McElrath-Bey said. "He shared the Word of God with me, and he kept me motivated, thinking about my future."

Reflection: Parishioners Reach Out To Their Far-Away Twin

By: Jean Giesige

The members of a parish draw comfort and strength from each other. That spiritual strength can also stretch far beyond the walls of the parish church.

At Sts. Peter and Paul Church in Ottawa, Ohio, as at many Precious Blood parishes, the people have initiated outreach to C.PP.S. missions in other countries. Sts. Peter and Paul has a twinning relationship with the C.PP.S. mission in Guatemala.

Reflection: Spirituality of the Precious Blood

By: Jean Giesige

If you had to define your spiritual life, if you had to identify its characteristics as if it were a new species of butterfly, could you do it? How would you describe your spirituality? Are you a contemplative, a mystic, a missionary, a preacher, a poet, a doer, a disciple? What songs and prayers most stir your spiritual imagination? What path calls to you on your walk of faith?

Redeemed

By: Fanny Crosby, William Kirkpatrick

Redeemed - how I love to proclaim it! Redeemed by the blood of the Lamb; redeemed thro' His infinite mercy, His child, and forever, I am. Redeemed, redeemed, redeemed by the blood of the Lamb, redeemed, redeemed, His child, and forever, I am.

Only Trust Him

By: John Stockton

Come, ev'ry soul by sin oppressed, There's mercy with the Lord, And he will surely give you rest By trusting in His word. Only trust Him, only trust Him, only trust Him now. He will save you, He will save you, He will save you now.

Nothing But The Blood

By: Robert Lowry

What can wash away my sin? Nothing but the blood of Jesus; What can make me whole again? Nothing but the blood of Jesus. Oh! precious is the flow That makes me white as snow; No other fount I know, Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

Down at the Cross

By: Elisha A. Hoffman, John Stockton

Down at the cross where my Savior died, Down where for cleansing from sin I cried, there to my heart was the blood applied; Glory to His name. Glory to His name, Glory to His name! There to my heart was the blood applied; Glory to His name.

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