See these online ebooks:
- Sermons by Fathers of the Society of Jesus, in 3 volumes:
- Volume 1 (London: Burns, Oates, and Company, 1870) is available in various formats (pdf, epub, mobi/kindle, etc.) at Internet Archive. [It includes sermons on the latter days by the Rev. W. J. Coleridge, on the Temptations of Our Lord by the Rev. F. Hathaway, and Mysteries of the Holy Infancy by the Rev. T. B. Parkinson, the Rev. H. J. Coleridge, and the Rev. Thomas Harper; and lectures on the Remedies against Desolation by the Rev. Peter Gallivey.]
- Volume 2 (London: Burns, Oates, and Company, 1872) is available in various formats at Internet Archive. [It contains homilies by the Rev. Thomas Harper on God the true, the good, the beautiful, and on modern principles]
- Volume 3 (London: Burns and Oates, 1875) is available in various formats at Internet Archive. [It includes sermons by Rev. George R. Kingdon, the Rev. Edward I. Purbrick, the Rev. Henry J. Coleridge, the Rev. Alfred Weld, and the Rev. William H. Anderdon.]
On the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite. For other legally free ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title) and the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject).
“A bow signifies reverence and honor shown to the persons themselves or to the signs that represent them. There are two kinds of bows: a bow of the head and a bow of the body.
a. A bow of the head is made when the three Divine Persons are named together and at the names of Jesus, of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and of the Saint in whose honor Mass is being celebrated.
b. A bow of the body, that is to say a profound bow, is made to the altar; during the prayers Munda cor meum (Almighty God, cleanse my heart) and In spiritu humilitatis (Lord God, we ask you to receive); in the Creed at the words Et incarnatus est (by the power of the Holy Spirit . . . and became man); in the Roman Canon at the words Supplices te rogamus (Almighty God, we pray that your angel). The same kind of bow is made by the deacon when he asks for a blessing before the proclamation of the Gospel. In addition, the priest bows slightly as he speaks the words of the Lord at the consecration.” (General Instruction on the Roman Missal, no. 275)