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Carissimi: Today's Mass; WhitTuesday

Feria III in the Octave of Pentecost: Missa “Accípite”

The titular church of St. Anastasia, once the Court church during the Byzantine period, is chosen for today’s station instead of the Basilica of St. 1,418 more words

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Carissimi: Sunday's Mass; Pentecost Sunday

Pentecost Sunday: Missa “Spiritus Domini

Whitsunday or the Solemnity of Pentecost is a Double of the First Class Feast with a Privileged Octave of the First Order and the Station at St. 1,634 more words

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Love One Another...

The end of the Easter season is fast approaching and we will pack away our Alleluia responses for another year (liturgically and in theory). So before we do so here is a reminder that that our praise of God comes not just in liturgical form but in practical acts of loving one another as well. 1,549 more words

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Carissimi; Today's Mass: Octave Day of the Ascension

In Octava Ascensionis: Missa “Viri Galilaei”

Jesus ascended into heaven, there to prepare a place for us, for us. Ascension is but a type of our own. 1,170 more words

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Carissimi; Today's Mass: St John of Nepomuk, Martyr

St John of Nepomuk, Martyr; commemoration of Feria within the Octave of the Ascension : Missa “Protexisti”

In his early childhood, John Nepomucene was cured of a disease through the prayers of his good parents. 1,206 more words

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Carissimi; Today's Mass: Within the Octave of the Ascension

Feria Within the Octave of the Ascension: Missa “Viri Galilaei”

The reality of Christ’s Ascension is so important that the creeds (the basic statements of belief) of Christianity all affirm, in the words of the… 1,624 more words

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Carissimi; Today's Mass: St Boniface of Tarsus, Martyr

St Boniface, Martyr; commemoration of Feria II within the Octave of the Ascension : Missa “Protexisti”

Saint Boniface of Tarsus was, according to legend, executed for being a Christian in the year 307 at Tarsus, where he had gone from Rome in order to bring back to his mistress Aglaida (also written Aglaia) relics of the martyrs. 1,159 more words

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