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WDTPRS – All Saints: “Lift up your countenance to heaven, then.”

The Collect for today’s Mass for All Saints is the same in both forms of the Roman Rite.  It it found already in the 8th century Liber sacramentorum Engolismensis. It was also, with variations in the Gelasian Sacramentary, among the prayers … Continue reading

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“a te numquam separari permittas”

I just completed an article for The Wanderer.  In this week’s offering I delved into the first of the priest’s possible preparatory prayers before Holy Communion during Mass.
In this preparatory prayer we find the phrase “a te numquam separari permittas… … Continue reading

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PODCAzT 89: Imitation of Christ – temptation, consolation; Fr. Z rambles on the world, the flesh, the devil

It has been a long time since I have made a PODCAzT.
I thought a quick project might get me back into the swing of things after many computer problems and being a little burned out.
Today we hear from Thomas a … Continue reading

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