Tag Archives: Catholic customs

QUAERITUR: Something that should be heard in every sacristy in the world.

From a reader:
I’ve been having a friendly disagreement with a priest that I know, and maybe you can give me an answer: at the end of Mass, the priest will say the word “Prosit,” and the servers respond “Pro omnibus … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Priesthood ordination customs

From a seminarian:
As ordination season is fast approaching, I am hoping you can enlighten me concerning a custom relating to priestly ordinations which has become a topic of discussion among seminarians of late. Specifically, I am wondering whether you … Continue reading

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Attention Bakers! Cool Catholic Custom Alert! Souling Cakes for All Souls

“Soul soul for a souling cake
I pray you, missis, for a souling cake
Apple or pear, plum or cherry
Anything to make us merry …”

Here is a cool custom to boost your Catholic Identity Quotient for this super Catholic day, All Souls.
Someone … Continue reading

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