Daily Archives: 4 June 2022

WDTPRS – Pentecost Sunday: the warp and the weft of the fabric of the Church

The Fiftieth Day Feast, Hebrew Shavuot or Greek Pentekosté, for the Jews commemorated the descent of God’s Law to Moses on Mount Sinai, wreathed in fire, fifty days after the Exodus.  But Jewish feasts also looked forward even as they … Read More

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Rome 6/22 – DAY 3: Fishiness

Roman sunrise was at 5:34 and the sunset will be at 20:44.   The Ave Maria bell – which will someday ring again in better times – ought to sound at 2100. It is the feast of St. Quirinus. Yesterday was … Read More

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