LENTCAzT 44 2018 – Holy Thursday: “never let me be separated from you”

Today Holy Thursday.  The Triduum begins.  The Roman Station is Saint John Lateran.  

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 about the Lord’s hands and the priesthood.

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.

US HERE – UK HERE

If these podcasts are useful to you and yours, perhaps you might consider making a donation.

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One Response to LENTCAzT 44 2018 – Holy Thursday: “never let me be separated from you”

  1. Mariana2 says:

    Thanks, Father!