Daily Archives: 20 March 2017

A charming 15th century view of St. Joseph

Today is the transferred Feast of St. Joseph.  Yesterday, a Sunday in Lent, “outweighed” the feast.  St. Joseph has many titles in his beautiful litany.  We will sing them tonight after our Pontifical Mass at the Throne.  Joseph is the … Continue reading

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A Deacon’s First Holy Mass ‘ad orientem’ – Wherein Fr. Z issues an invitation

Here is something interesting from blogger Deacon Greg Kandra. He has had his first experience as a sacred minister for Holy Mass ad orientem.
Rev. Mr. Kandra was visiting a parish where Mass is said towards the liturgical East. Let’s see … Continue reading

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OLDIE PODCAzT: St. Joseph’s hymn dissected & a hard sermon from St Bernardine of Siena

Back in 2009 I made a PODCAzT about the hymn sung in the Liturgy of Hours in honor of St. Joseph.
In this rapid PODCAzT, we will drill into a beautiful Gregorian chant hymn to St. Joseph in the Liturgia Horarum, … Continue reading

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LENTCAzT 2017 20 – Monday of the 3rd Week of Lent: Envy

UPDATE: There are problems with the iTunes feed.  This happens EVERY YEAR!  I don’t know how to fix it.
Today is Monday in the 3rd Week of Lent.  The Roman Station is San Marco.
GO TO CONFESSION!
Sometimes you hear in these podcasts pieces from Matthew Curtis’ – Motecta … Continue reading

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