Tag Archives: Passiontide

Just for nice: Roman Lenten images

Roman images. First, a priest sent a fine photo of a side altar, in use, of SS. Ternità del Pelegrini. That’s how it’s done. And then a couple photos from NLM posted by my friend Gregory DiPippo of the Basilica … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: Flowers and unveiling Mary’s statue on Annunciation, during Passiontide.

Please use the sharing buttons!  Thanks! From a reader: Should everything remain veiled for the Feast of the Annunciation? Can we unveil Mary? Is it appropriate to have flowers on the altar? Passiontide is a heavy liturgical time, especially in the … Continue reading

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