LENTCAzT 45 Good Friday

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Today is Good Friday of the Sacred Triduum.

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.


These daily podcasts for Lent are intended to give you a small boost every day,

This project during Lent has been a token of thanks to my donors.

LENTCAzT 45 Good Friday
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3 Responses to LENTCAzT 45 Good Friday

  1. MaryofSharon says:

    Fr. Z, I’ve been following and appreciating your blog for a while, but my appreciation for you and what you have to offer the Church has skyrocketed since I’ve been listening to your Lentcazts. This was my first venture into your podcasts. The music alone makes them worthy listening (although I have to say it is painful because it makes me long even more to be able to hear music like that in church). But the meditations have been the greatest gifts. You could not have chosen better sources: Bishop Jacques-Bénigne Bousset, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, Divine Intimacy. These are treasures among treasures. If that’s the kind of spirituality you value, then I am more confirmed than ever as Fr. Z fan!

  2. oldCatholigirl says:

    Thanks again for the inspiring Lentcazts, Father Z.
    While I easily loved all the music and your citations from Archbishop Sheen and Pope emeritus Benedict, I have to admit that I often found Bossuet tough sledding. Today, his brilliant mediation on the Blood of Christ won me over. Besides its overall emotional impact, one thing struck what, for want of a better word, I call my intellect. I have always been taught, and “understood” that Jesus’ suffering in the Garden was caused by His comprehension of our/my sins, but had not quite caught on to the fact that its coming before His physical sufferings is yet one more manifestation of His identity as both God and Redeemer.

  3. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father. Waugh’s book is charming, he has a real sympathy for St. Helena, my patron saint.