Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘Season of Lent’ Category

2019-03-09-lent

“One should not be scandalized when Church leaders trim the truth. Since the Church is Satan’s chief enemy, he twists the Church’s weakest parts: fallible humans. This is why saints regularly pray to be saved from becoming the worst sinners, since their powerful virtues can be turned into equally powerful vices.”

“Monsignor Ronald Knox thus explained why he hesitated about visiting Rome: “He who travels in the barque of St. Peter had better not look too closely into the engine room.”

Fr. Rutler’s weekly column

Source: Lent: An Invigorating Time for Truth

Read Full Post »

vincentini-15_1“Could you walk a mile in Jesus’s shoes? The Stations of the Cross bring us closer to Christ as we meditate on the great love He showed for us in His most sorrowful Passion!

You can pray the Stations of the Cross (also known as the Way of the Cross) alone at anytime, but people most often pray them in a group setting Friday nights during Lent.”

Stations of the Cross: https://www.ourcatholicprayers.com/stations-of-the-cross.html

Read Full Post »

Septuagesima-011.jpg

“Why is this Sunday called “Septuagesima”? 

Because in accordance with the words of the First Council of Orleans, some pious Christian congregations in the earliest ages of the Church, especially the clergy; began to fast seventy days before Easter, on this Sunday, which was there fore called “Septuagesima”–the seventieth day. The same is the case with the Sundays following, which are called Sexagesima, Quinquagesima, Quadragesima, because some Christians commenced to fast sixty days, others fifty, others forty days before Easter, until finally, to make it properly uniform, Popes Gregory and Gelasius arranged that all Christians should fast forty days before Easter, commencing with Ash-Wednesday.”

Article:  https://reginamag.com/septuagesima-sunday/?ct=t(EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2_17_2019_12_42)&goal=0_93e308387c-a3a0822485-24344737&mc_cid=a3a0822485&mc_eid=85759623e4

Read Full Post »

Jean'sBistro2010's Blog

Just another WordPress.com weblog

Confounding Conditions

Short fiction, essays, and poems by Michele Koh Morollo

Um Brasileiro no Word Press!

Meu blog originado do MSN

Nelson MCBS

"In the Evening of the Life We will be Judged on Love Alone." - St John of the Cross.

Ordo Militaris Radio

Thoughtful, Hard Hitting, Catholic Talk Radio

One Mad Mom

Crazy? Angry? You decide and I couldn't care less!

ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP

Commentary on all things Catholic, Roman that is!

Rosary to the Interior: For the Purification of the Church

"The Church...at once holy and always in need of purification, follows constantly the path of penance and renewal.”—Lumen Gentium 8

Canon Law Made Easy

Church Law for Normal People

David Alton

Speeches, articles and books from Lord David Alton

Catholibertarian

Showing How Both Catholic and Libertarian Beliefs are Compatible

RenewLMU

An Alliance to Strengthen LMU's Catholic Identity