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LENTCAzT 37 Thursday 5th Week of Lent – “Let no one be ashamed of the sacred and venerable symbols of our salvation”
Today is Thursday in the 5th Week of Lent.
We hear today about the ancient Roman Station, a thought from Benedict XVI, something from St. John Chrysostom, and the usual collects.
From St. John Chrysostom:
Therefore let no one be ashamed of the … Continue reading
LENTCAzT 36 Wednesday 5th Week of Lent – “the four parts of the Cross hold together and are linked by their central point”
Today is Wednesday in the 5th Week of Lent.
We hear today about the ancient Roman Station, a thought from Benedict XVI, something from St. John Damascene, and the usual collects.
From St. John Damascene:
In prayer, we travel the Way of the … Continue reading
Today is Tuesday in the 5th Week of Lent. Yes, it is other things too!
We hear today about the ancient Roman Station, a thought from Benedict XVI, and a couple extra collects for the sake of this historic day.
Precisely … Continue reading
Today is Monday in the 5th Week of Lent.
We hear today about the ancient Roman Station, in Trastevere, something by St. Cyril of Jerusalem, and a thought from Benedict XVI.
On any occasion, let us trace the Sign of the … Continue reading
Today is the 5th Sunday of Lent.
We hear today about the ancient Roman Station, St. Peter’s in the Vatican, something by Leo the Great, and a thought from Benedict XVI.
O marvelous power of the Cross! O ineffable glory of … Continue reading
Today is Saturday of the 4th Week of Lent.
We hear today about the ancient Roman Station, something by Leo the Great, and a thought from Benedict XVI.
It is here that the immaculate blood of the Lamb erased our condemnation … Continue reading
Today is Friday of the 4th Week of Lent.
We hear today about the ancient Roman Station, something by Origen on Prayer, and a thought from Benedict XVI.
Our God is not a remote God, intangible in his blessedness. Our … Continue reading
Today is Wednesday of the 4th Week of Lent.
We hear about the ancient Roman Station church, St. Paul’s outside-the-walls, about what ancient catechumens experienced, something by St. Augustine about what “40 days” means for us, and, of course, the Collects … Continue reading
Today is Tuesday of the 4th Week of Lent.
You have no idea what I went through to make this and post it on time.
We hear about the ancient Roman Station church, San Damaso, the Collects in both forms of the … Continue reading
Today is the 4th Sunday of Lent.
You have no idea what I went through to make this and post it on time.
We hear about the ancient Roman Station church, Santa Croce (and why we have Rose vestments), the Collects in … Continue reading