Daily Archives: 16 April 2014

Ready for the Triduum?

A wonderful place to reflect on the mysteries of Holy Week is in a gallery of a great museum with sacred art, especially with the Office ringing changes in your ears.
At the Met.

Detail of an Ecce Homo by Alessandro Magnasco … Continue reading

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My View For Awhile: meandering towards Rome

It isn’t much like the Via Francigena.

As help for the trip my mom sent me some money.

I miss Lire.
UPDATE:
On the ground. I said I was meandering, after all. It is cold in Gotham, and windy, but … Continue reading

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Happy 87th Birthday, Benedict XVI!

Please, during the day today, say prayers for His Holiness Benedict XVI, who turns 87 today.
Thank you, Your Holiness, for all that you did for us and Christ’s Church.

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LENTCAzT 43: Spy Wednesday

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Today is Spy Wednesday of Holy Week.
Examine your consciences.

Have you made your good confession?
Today we hear something from the wonderful  CD of music for Lent by the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles.

 http://www.wdtprs.com/lentcazt14/0643Lent2014.mp3
These daily podcasts for Lent are … Continue reading

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