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The Deconstruction of Lent

The above painting is not what the reality should be, yet it is better than what the reality now is. There is an intimate connection between Carnival (Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras) and Lent. 877 more words

The Child Jesus

As we start to look down the road to the Lenten Season (which will be here in just 10 short days) the teachings and reflections of the Christmas season start to recede in our minds. 950 more words

Reflections

When's Easter This Year?

Lent and Easter are very early this year.  In fact, Ash Wednesday is only a week and a half away, on 10 February.

Easter Sunday, and consequently the weeks of Lent and Easter either side of it, is obviously not determined by a fixed date.  204 more words

Liturgical Seasons

2016-01-24 Homily of Fr. Perrone (Discusses Transhumanism on Septuagesima Sunday)

This homily was delivered by Fr. Perrone on Septuagesima Sunday at the 9:30 a.m. EF Mass.  He discussed the problems with transhumanism.

Fr. Perrone

The Face of Mercy

One of the beauties of the liturgical year is that Holy Mother Church uses special events to highlight an aspect of the faith; this time it is the whole year. 620 more words

Reflections

The Naming and Circumcision of Jesus

Occurring on the Octave day of Christmas and celebrated in:-

1 Eastern Orthodox Church
2 Catholic Church
3 Anglican communion
4 Lutheran Church

Here is a record coming to us from the Russian Orthodox Tradition: 1,211 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

Hope

Tonight, New Year’s Eve, might be the most celebrated event in the world. All around the world, regardless of religion, culture, race the people wait for midnight and the new year. 359 more words

Reflections