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Today, the Pope received 200 families from the NeoCatechumenal Way in audience:

Today in the Vatican, Benedict XVI received a group from the Neocatechumenal Way, including 200 families who will soon depart on evangelizing missions in various countries, especially in Latin America.

These "mission families" came into being in 1986 in response to a call from John Paul II to undertake new evangelization. Participants, who all belong to the Neocatechumenal Way, offer themselves as volunteers to go to countries where the Church needs help. Their destination is decided by the founders of the Neocatechumenal Way – the Spaniards Kiko Arguello and Carmen Hernandez, and the Italian priest Mario Pezzi – bearing in mind the specific requirements of each particular area, and in response to requests from bishops who ask for "mission families" to be sent to their dioceses.

"Your task," said the Pope after greeting the group, "is part of the context of new evangelization, … because your apostolic activity aims to situate itself within the bosom of the Church, in total harmony with her directives and in communion with the particular Churches where you will go to work, fully evaluating the richness of the charisms that the Lord has generated through the founders of the Way."

The Holy Father stressed how the families will be "humble and joyful witnesses" of Christ, "travelling in simplicity and poverty down the roads of all the continents. "He then went on to emphasize the importance of the liturgy in evangelization: "Your long experience can well confirm how the centrality of the mystery of Christ, celebrated in liturgical rites, constitutes a privileged and indispensable way to build vibrant and lasting Christian communities."

The Pope then referred to norms concerning the celebration of the Eucharist recently emanated, specifically for the Neocatechumenal Way, by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments. "I am sure," he said, "that you will attentively observe these norms, which are based on liturgical texts approved by the Church. By faithful adherence to all Church directives, you will render your apostolate even more effective, in harmony and full communion with the Pope and the pastors of dioceses."



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Fr. Philip N. Powell, OP

posted January 12, 2006 at 10:35 am


I’m glad B16 took the opportunity to point to the norms and define them in terms of authorized liturgical texts. Recent spin from the NW leadership sounds entirely too much like the revolution-minded liturgy profs at our nations’s “Catholic” universities: the text means what we want it to mean b/c texts don’t REALLY mean anything at all.



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RC

posted January 12, 2006 at 10:55 am


NC’s spokesman Mr. Gennarini argued to Jimmy Akin that the recent liturgical directive was a “private letter” other Catholics shouldn’t attempt to comment about. Now that the Pope has confirmed the directive in public, it does seem to diminish that argument.



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RC

posted January 12, 2006 at 10:57 am


NC’s spokesman Mr. Gennarini argued to Jimmy Akin that the recent liturgical directive was a “private letter” other Catholics shouldn’t attempt to comment about. Now that the Pope has confirmed the directive in public, it does seem to diminish that argument.



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Tom Haessler

posted January 12, 2006 at 11:28 am


“By faithful adherance to all church directives, you will render your apostolate EVEN MORE EFFECTIVE, in harmony with and full communion with the pope and pastors of the dioceses.”
The operating ecclesiology of this passage is hard to reconcile with another ecclesiology which would deprive those showing less than faithful adherance (compliance, for example, with ALMOST all church directives)with all apostolic effectiveness. This is in no way to advocate anything other than full compliance, but it shows that we need to, with the Holy Father, rejoice in charisms even before all the legal aspects have been ironed out. This is the approach that harmonizes the history of charisms (which includes strange anomolies like canonizations of saints who were sometimes completely out of communion – excommunicated – with the local bishop who was in communion with Rome. An ecclesiology based on communion is not compatible with one which regards every issue exclusively in legal categories.



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Richter

posted January 12, 2006 at 1:12 pm


“I am sure,” he said, “that you will attentively observe these norms, which are based on liturgical texts approved by the Church. By faithful adherence to all Church directives, you will render your apostolate even more effective, in harmony and full communion with the Pope and the pastors of dioceses.”
I know absolutely zero about the Neocatechumenal Way, these norms, or any of the background.
To a real outsider, these words sound as though there has been/continues to be a real problem in this area.



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patrick

posted January 12, 2006 at 2:05 pm


The Pope has received 200 families that will be sent out all over the world, this has been going on for 20 years. Then when one considers the tremendous numbers of vocations to the priesthood that have come from the movement, and vocations to contemplative life….it is amazing that no one seems to notice this on the blog? The Holy Father goes right to the heart of the movement when he tells them:
“He then went on to emphasize the importance of the liturgy in evangelization: “Your long experience can well confirm how the centrality of the mystery of Christ, celebrated in liturgical rites, constitutes a privileged and indispensable way to build vibrant and lasting Christian communities.”
They have found and live an essential of Catholic Spirituality.
The recent norms are only to help make this gift from their long experience more fruitful for the church.
amazing how a TV show can get all kinds of praise and something so wonderful as the Pope sending out 200 families to live and proclaim the Gospel of life in poverty and simplicity hardly receives an echo on the blog?



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dad29

posted January 12, 2006 at 2:08 pm


For those who still maintain (in their tired, tin-foil-hat wail) that this Pope is a ‘fake’ on the restoration of the Liturgy, this article will be irrelevant–facts don’t matter.
For those of us who can read the signs of the times, however, it’s affirmation.



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amywelborn

posted January 12, 2006 at 2:23 pm


Um, patrick…you’re reading about this..on the blog. When something is as obviously and uncomplicatedly praiseworthy at this, I don’t see the sense in me adding anything. I let the event speak for itself.



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Richter

posted January 12, 2006 at 2:48 pm


The Holy Father said what he said. I’m certain he had his reasons for saying it. With so intelligent and perceptive a pope, we can hardly attribute the implications to ignorance.
Again, I know nothing about the movement in itself.



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RC

posted January 12, 2006 at 5:41 pm


“your apostolic activity aims to situate itself within the bosom of the Church, in total harmony with her directives and in communion with the particular Churches where you will go to work, fully evaluating the richness of the charisms that the Lord has generated through the founders of the Way.”
That is:
Everybody has some charisms. When you go out to the various dioceses, the bishop gets to evaluate how rich your movement’s charisms are, and precisely what they are. You aren’t the judge of that.



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patrick

posted January 12, 2006 at 5:51 pm


Amy, just to clarify, I did not mean you were to offer some commentary. I was just commenting ( re-acting?)on the responses to the blog. They came across, to me, as missing the forest for a tree. I maybe wrong, but I just dont see why the NC takes such a beating on the blog responses….to have 200 FAMILIES received by the Pope and sent out as missionaries is just a beautiful and amazing gift to the church…..IMHO!



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Tom Haessler

posted January 12, 2006 at 6:49 pm


Hello, Patrick,
The reason why the NW takes such a beating from some is because, unlike the Holy Father, they view this new movement through the narrow optic of a restorationist liturgical agenda.



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Jeanne Schmelzer

posted January 12, 2006 at 10:00 pm


In our diocesan paper (Columbus), there was a picture this week of a priest passing out communion, row by row, while the faithful were sitting in the pews. The Pope is speaking of this. This picture of the NW was in the Boston Archdiocese and O’Malley said they had to now abide by the regular directives of the church as to the appropriate way of receiving communion. Since that picture was in there with its caption, I was interested in some comment on what or who they were as I’ve never heard of them before. Thanks Amy for posting this info.



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Sam Howard

posted January 13, 2006 at 2:27 am


“Amy, just to clarify, I did not mean you were to offer some commentary. I was just commenting ( re-acting?)on the responses to the blog. They came across, to me, as missing the forest for a tree. I maybe wrong, but I just dont see why the NC takes such a beating on the blog responses….to have 200 FAMILIES received by the Pope and sent out as missionaries is just a beautiful and amazing gift to the church…..IMHO!”
They take a beating because they make up there own liturgical practices and they choose as their spokesmen people who then spin their disobedience as obedience.
And the church has been sending out missionaries for thousands of years. Is it praiseworthy, yes, is it newsworthy, probably not. If you ever read about the history of the Jesuits you’ll probably read a fair amount about the Rites controversy and if you read about the American church you’ll read about trusteeism, the PNCC, and modernism. These things are important.



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Sam Howard

posted January 13, 2006 at 2:38 am


I’d add, that for the Pope to simultaneously send out 200 missionaries (or missionary families) and at the same time warn them about liturgical abuse is probably pretty rare.



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patrick

posted January 13, 2006 at 7:39 am


Mr. Howard,
Yes I have read a lot of church history, but I am talking about something in the present for now. For 20 years the Pope has been sending out NC families. Pope’s only do this type of special treatment to the draw the universal church’s attention to the act. The exhortations of PJP11 over the years to the NC are very clear not only of his affection and admiration of them but also holding them up as a model of the new evangelisation.



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Sandra Miesel

posted January 13, 2006 at 11:00 am


Patrick, would you care to state your own involvement with NC? You somehow never get around to addressing their liturgical peculiarities or dubious Church history.
I don’t know why the NC doesn’t go all the way back to the 1st C and insist that adult men receive Holy Communion while reclining on couches while the women and children sit.



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patrick

posted January 13, 2006 at 11:40 am


Sandra,
I have no involvement with NC on any personal level. But I have a great respect and admiration for all the new movements in the Church from Opus Dei, Schoenstatt, to newer ones like NC, Community of Beatitudes, etc. (but i do not belong to any group connected with the new movements)
In regards to the recent NC event, it is an ecclesial event. The Pope recieves these missionary families and sends them out to dioceses around the world where bishops have requested them. This is so beautiful it brings joy. Does the NC have areas of growth and have they made mistakes? of course….but in regards to their presence in the church (and for all the new movements), i will side with “Peter” and not with pesonal opinions on a blog.
finally I think the Pope hit upon the real gift of the NC in his statement in the sentence I quoted above
“Your long experience can well confirm how the centrality of the mystery of Christ, celebrated in liturgical rites, constitutes a privileged and indispensable way to build vibrant and lasting Christian communities.”
this is the true goal of all liturgical reform, and this treasure that has often been locked up in monasteries for the ‘elite’, or lost in parishes for numerous reasons has been discovered again by the poor ….the other details will be worked out but there is a real gift given to the church and it has been confirmed by Peter, and that is a wonderful thing to rejoice in and give thanks for.
I only hope that in my own personal vocation I am as generous in my response as I have seen in those who have embraced the gospel through their involvment with the new movements in the church.



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Tom Haessler

posted January 13, 2006 at 1:53 pm


Patrick’s assessment of the NW and other movements participates in the same joyful and generous spirit that so obviously is Benedict XVI’s starting point. Benedict has argued for a reform of the reform without identifying with a restorationist liturgical agenda. As a pastor, he is able to discern good and the movement of the spirit apart from a sort of legalism that imagines that every liturgical irregularity stems from bad will or is an indication that the Spirit is not present. His pastoral spirit and goodness is also evident in his willingness to grant a two year period for compliance with current rubrical norms. It’s important to remember that liturgiologists could give a list of historical instances when Rome has backed down on its insistence on certain liturgical norms. One recent one is when the American Benedictine abbots argued with Paul VI about a vernacular liturgy of the hours. The Holy Father was captive to the “island of culture” view. Finally, he relented and now an English office is the norm in the larger abbeys.



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elmo

posted January 13, 2006 at 3:04 pm


The Tablet reports that Il Giornale, which first reported on the Vatican’s letter to the Way has backtracked on some aspects of its initial reporting, saying that it had inadvertently misrepresented the Way.
It would be nice if Sandro Magister would do the same.
http://www.thetablet.co.uk/cgi-bin/citw.cgi/past-00264



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MVP

posted January 13, 2006 at 5:42 pm


It is strange for a charism to be under attack from so-called “orthodox” Catholics for their liturgies when the fruits of the charism include the following:
Sixty seminaries established in fifteen years.
Vocations per community of 20 to 40 people at a rate higher than parishes and even diocese.
Staunch anti-abortion views.
Staunch anti women priest views.
Promotors of “open-to-life” mentality.
Staunch defenders of marriange.
Promotors of the Sacraments including confession.
Promotors of evangilizantion with two hundred families giving up their lives for the Church to preach the Gospel.
If you have not noticed the Church is in crisis and it is not because we do not have a Latin Mass! There is a lack of faith that has caused a whole generation to leave the Church. The movements of the Church are working very hard to stop the flow of people out of the Church and bring fallen Catholics back to the One True Church of Jesus Christ.
The NC Way is a fruit of Vatican II and an example of the Holy Spirit working in the Church today!



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jim

posted January 19, 2006 at 10:43 pm


I agree with everything MVP says. To emphasize one point MVP made about promoting an open to life mentality, in my community one couple has 14 children, I have 13, another has 11, 3 with 8 or more. We are encouraged to pray, be open to life and to tithe to the Church. What is so unorthodox about that? Many people within the Church have a misconception of the Neocatechumenal Way, its liturgy’s and activities. One would think that it is a totally secret and domineering movement within the Church, with surprising power, but it is not. As a member of the Neocatechumenate for over 25 years I can say that it has only helped to increase my faith and made firmer my Catholic beliefs.
Often I hear it said that those in the Neocatechumenate do not follow the practices of the Church. From many different sources I have heard that the members of the Neocatechumenal Way do not go to Mass, frequent the confessional, participate in the life of the parish, or contribute to the parish with their time, talent, or treasure. This is not true.
Yes, the Neocatechumenate does celebrate a Eucharist with their communities on Saturday nights, and our Eucharist does have some differences than the normative Mass celebrated throughout the world, but with approval of the parish pastor, diocesan Bishop and in communion with the Holy Father.
Every Eucharistic celebration begins with an admonition to listen to the Word of God made present in the assembly through the Presbyter, the readings, the community and through receiving the Body and Blood of Christ in Holy Communion. Before each of the three readings, a short admonition is given (not a homily) to encourage the listener to welcome the Word of God into their heart. Following the Gospel, but before the homily, the priest will allow for an “echo”. This is a time for the people present to share what the readings echoed, or resounded in their heart as they heard the readings. Yes, sometimes these echoes can be long, and off base, but the priest will interject, correct and even put a stop to the sharing whenever he feels that it is necessary. Then the priest continues with a homily which are often much longer than that offered by a priest in the main celebration of Mass in the Church, as time is not a factor in the celebration of the Eucharist.
After the homily, the prayer of the faithful is offered and then the Sign of Peace is exchanged, with approval of the Holy See. This is a great time of reconciliation, exchanging the peace of Christ, before bringing our gifts to the Altar. “If you have judgments with your brother, go reconcile before you offer your gift”
The Eucharist continues and then the Body of Christ is broken from one loaf, freshly baked unleavened bread, given to each who is properly disposed to receive the Eucharist. Those not place their hands across their chest in the form of a cross to let the priest know, not to give them communion. Then the priest returns to his chair, and we all consume the Body of Christ together. It is an awesome feeling to hold the Body of Christ in ones hand meditation on his sacrifice, his gift to us, while waiting for each to receive. Then the priest will bring the Blood of Christ to each person seated and we each will drink from the cup. The Eucharist is concluded with a “dance” around the altar, thanking God for his great gift to us.
Participation by the communities present is more complete in the celebration of the Eucharist as seen with the sharing, singing and sign of peace, and sense of community. Many are often amazed at the number of children seated in the front rows, with the way they enter into the celebration with singing and attentiveness.
As far as participating in the life of the parish, I can speak from experience of my community of 40 brothers and sisters. Over half of us attend daily Mass, most of us are involved with some sort of parish work, religious education, giving Catechesis, serving as lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, visiting the sick, and Eucharistic Adoration. I would even be willing to say that the members of the Neocatechumenate contribute more financially to the parish as well than the average parishioner.
The interesting thing about all this is that it is not being done by the Neocatechumenal Way, or the individual community, but by each of us anonymously. We do not wear a badge that identifies us as members of the Neocatechumenal Way as we participate in the life of the Church. We are called to serve the Church and we do.
And what is life in the Neocatechumenal Way? Life consists in a series of steps along the way in that we rediscover our Baptism and come to an adult faith. We receive an initial Catechesis and then meet one night during each week and have a Liturgy of the Word. We also meet together as a community once a month for a convivance, or a day away where we spend the day in prayer with our community and with our children.



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posted January 29, 2006 at 11:23 am

chtulu

posted March 21, 2006 at 7:12 am


@jim:
I belong to a community. I have no complaints about the mass, it has changed in certain ways, so it’s more similar to the “sunday church” style mass. The echos are sometimes too long and the catechists speak their experience as if we’re all like that.
We cannot do this…We cannot, We must, We… Speak for yourself, that’s what echo is all about.
I do find it disturbing when I hear neo couples (particularly) women complain how difficult it is to raise 8,10, 13 children. Openness to life of a christian marriage is to accept children and not necessarily produce 10 of them. As if God expects every neo couple to have 10 kids!? Where is this written in the scriptures!?? Most of those couples with lots of kids in our local communities are devastated and cronically desperate. No wonder, I can only understand these women. And all they say is: with god’s help it is possible. I feel that a lot of these couples force themselves to have such large families because it’s “in the spirit of the catecheses”. Constantly being unhappy and ranting that this is God’s will. God’s will Hardly God’s people with long faces!
And don’t even get me started with money donations… It took me some time to realise the mistake, giving to the community (yourself) rather than to the people. crap!
The only positive thing about the community (for me) is what I hear from brothers & sisters, their experiences. But of those who belong for a long time (i.e. the catechists) I hear nothing except despair and painfull visions. We must suffer because Christ suffered. Jeez. God wants us to be happy, blessed and he’s not agains natural family planning either.
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