Tag Archives: St. Lawrence

LENTCAzT 19: 3rd Sunday of Lent – “Let us imagine ourselves in Rome, fifteen centuries ago…”

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Today is the 3rd Sunday Lent.   The battle is heating up!  The Devil must be defeated. Examine your consciences and…
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Wonderful Collect for St. Lawrence

St. Lawrence the deacon and martyr is beloved of the Romans. He has many churches in the City, which is a sign of how deeply he was venerated in centuries past.
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St. Lawrence and the Holy Grail

On the Feast of St. Lawrence, I thought you might want to see an old post I wrote some time ago, posted on 26 June 2006, on the chalice some people think might be the Holy Grail:
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WDTPRS 3rd Sunday of Lent – Prayer over the people (2002MR)

Historically, this was the Sunday in the ancient Church when, in Rome, catechumens underwent examinations.  They would come in their penitential garments in a procession across the City to be "grilled" as it were near the tomb of this famous … Continue reading

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