Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Protected: Da Pacem, Domine

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Monday, June 23, 2014

Monday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. The Lord hath sworn, and he will not repent him of his oath: he hath sworn: “Thou art a Priest for ever, according to […]

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The Vigil of Saint John the Baptist

There was in the days of Herod the King of Judea, a certain priest named Zachary, of the course of Abia, and his wife was of the daughters of Aaron, and her name Elizabeth. And they were both just before God, walking in all the commandments and justifications of the Lord without blame. And they […]

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Sunday, June 22, 2014

Sunday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. The Desired of all nations, the Angel of the testament whom Israel longs for, has come down from heaven. Wisdom is come among us. […]

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Saint Paulinus, Bishop and Confessor

While we were celebrating the Infancy of our divine Lord, Felix of Nola rejoiced our hearts with the sight of his sanctity at once so triumphant and yet so humble, revealing under gentlest aspects the potency of our Emmanuel. Illumined by the glow of Pentecostal fires, Paulinus now comes before us, from that very same […]

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Saint Alban, Proto-Martyr of England

Let the heavens rejoice, let the Island of Saints exult, and let all the universe shout with her a song of victory: for now indeed earth has been everywhere empurpled with the blood of testimony. Alban, Proto-Martyr of fruitful Britain, seals today the conquest of the far West. Already, doubtless, even from the earliest days, […]

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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Saturday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. Man has been cast forth from Eden, and is gone into the dreary land of his exile. He has nothing left him of the […]

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Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, Confessor

“Oh! how exceeding great is the glory of Aloysius, Son of Ignatius! Never could I have believed it, had not my Jesus shown it to me. Never could I have believed that such glory as that, was to be seen in heaven!” Thus cries out Saint Mary Magdalene de Pazzi, whose memory we were celebrating […]

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Friday, June 20, 2014

Friday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. God has satisfied the intense desires of man’s heart. The house of the marriage feast, built by divine Wisdom on the top of mountains, […]

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Saint Silverius, Pope and Martyr

Papal succession is one of the principal facts wherein is demonstrated the working of the Holy Ghost, from the very first day of his descent upon our earth. The legitimacy of the popes as successors of Peter is indeed closely linked with the legitimacy of the Church herself, in her character of Bride of the […]

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