LENTCAzT 41 – Monday of Holy Week: Unlimited hope

Today is Monday of Holy Week.  The Roman Station is Santa Prassede al Esquilino.  

In gratitude especially to benefactors who help me and this blog, during Lent I’m once again offering 5 minute daily podcasts to encourage you in your own use of this holy season.

You’ll here something from one of the best chant discs I’ve ever heard, a little hard to get now.

Benedict XVI teaches us about why we celebrate an instrument of torture.

The Benedictines of Mary give us music today.

Also, during a time of hardship for them, perhaps get some great music for Holy Week from St. John Cantius in Chicago.  Amazing choir and album. Miserere: Music For Holy Week.


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3 Responses to LENTCAzT 41 – Monday of Holy Week: Unlimited hope

  1. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father! Most comforting.

  2. stephen c says:

    Thank you for these podcasts. The music is always wonderful to hear, especially for those of us who can not get to a church every day – I assume all the music was recorded in churches, not recording studios (and if I am wrong about that, well it does not make all that much difference). The preaching – whether you are giving the message in your own words – today about Monday in Holy Week and unlimited hope – or whether you are quoting others – today, Pope Benedict – is always comforting and helpful. Thanks again, Padre.

  3. Semper Gumby says:

    “The Cross speaks to all who suffer…it offers unlimited hope to our fallen world.”

    Amen, Benedict XVI, Amen.