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A tough one for me today, on the last even partial day of Pope Benedict’s Pontificate…
Today is Thursday of the 2nd Week of Lent.
We hear about the Station, the Collects, and then have part of Pope Benedict’s moving final General Audience … Continue reading
LENTCAzT 15: Wednesday 2nd Week of Lent – Benedict XVI: “If I cast a glance back over my whole life…”
A tough one for me today, on the last full day of Pope Benedict’s Pontificate…
Today is Wednesday of the 2nd Week of Lent.
We hear about the Station, the Collects, and then have part of a sermon by Pope Benedict from … Continue reading
Today is Tuesday of the 2nd Week of Lent.
Today we hear about the Station, listen to Pope Benedict’s reflection on the Transfiguration, and hear St. Augustine’s sound warning to take care of our little boats.
A taste of Augustine from the … Continue reading
Today is Monday of the 2nd Week of Lent.
I do something different with today’s podcast, which is slightly longer than the rest. As usual we hear about the Roman Station, the fascinating San Clemente near the Colosseum. We also have … Continue reading
Today is the 2nd Sunday of Lent.
As usual we hear about a rather new Roman Station for today, 8th century, which is Santa Maria in Domnica. Cool fountain. Cool square-haloed Pope.
Today we hear from an Angelus of Benedict XVI.
Jesus’ struggle … Continue reading
LENTCAzT 11: Ember Saturday 1st Week of Lent – “living only for myself or giving myself for what is greater”
Today is Saturday of the 1st Week of Lent.
As usual we hear about the Roman Station for today, which is St. Peter’s in the Vatican. Cool stuff about Ember Saturday.
Today we hear from a sermon of Benedict XVI.
The expression “following … Continue reading
Today is Friday of the 1st Week of Lent.
As usual we hear about the Roman Station for today, which happens to be the station for all four Ember Fridays of the year. And there is a very cool bit of … Continue reading
Today is Thursday of the 1st Week of Lent.
Today we hear from Pope Leo the Great (+461) his successor Pope Benedict XVI. How can we not focus on him during these last days of his pontificate? A taste…
If you do … Continue reading
Today is Wednesday of the 1st Week of Lent.
Listen for the subtle difference in the collects for Holy Mass in the Ordinary and the Extraordinary Forms. They are similar, but – AGAIN – a change was made in the Novus … Continue reading
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Today is Tuesday of the 1st Week of Lent.
Listen for the subtle difference in the collects for Holy Mass in the Ordinary and the Extraordinary Forms. They are similar, but a change was made in … Continue reading