Tag Archives: Dies Domini

Excellent piece by Fr. Blake on hope and what Holy Mass is all about.

My English blogging priest friends have had a good innings today.  (I hope I used that phrase correctly).
I posted about a great entry on Fr. Finigan’s blog (HERE).  Now I am compelled to post as well about Fr. Ray Blake’s … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Can I fulfill my Sunday Mass obligation by going to Mass on Monday evening?

From a reader:
Does attending mass on a Monday evening fulfill my Sunday mass obligation? I was out of town and not able to attend mass on Sunday. I have a friend who regularly attend this mass when she does not … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Is it sinful to go to Saturday evening Mass if you can go on Sunday?

From a reader:
Is it wrong or even sinful to attend a Saturday evening vigil Mass IF you could otherwise attend a Sunday Mass?
I ask this because at my parish there is one particular priest who has solid homilies and celebrates … Continue reading

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Sunday Supper: beatification day edition

What will your Sunday Supper be?
I noticed on Twitter that people attending the Beatification Mass in England said that, after the Mass, people were producing food and sharing it around.  Nice.  People should eat together on Sundays.
In honor … Continue reading

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Sunday Supper 5 – What happened!

I said that for this Sunday’s supper I would make a broccoli dish from Apicius’ 2nd century and indeed I did.   I would do it differently next time (since the recipe was pretty sketchy).   for some hints about … Continue reading

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