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Discovery, 7: Allison

Today’s post is about one of Mikala’s and my most beloved students. Not only was she a joy to work with during our time in Muncie, but she became one of the few with whom we have maintained contact through all of the ups and downs of the last few years. 721 more words

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Carissimi; Sunday’s Mass: “Laetare” Lent IV

Sunday Lent IV: Missa “Laetare”

Today’s Station is at the Church of the Holy Cross of Jerusalem. St. Helena, mother of Constantine lived on Mount Coelius in a palace known as the house of Sessions. 1,784 more words



This Sunday our gospel is the story of the blind man, in this story we have another example of God’s choice, one which confuses the religious leaders of the day. 490 more words


The Covenant Prayer of John Wesley

I am no longer my own, but thine.
Put me to what thou wilt, rank me with whom thou wilt.
Put me to doing, put me to suffering. 88 more words


8 Liturgical Procession Diagrams

From the earliest days of Christianity, believers began their ceremonial gatherings with processions.  Like many traditions in Church, they were adopted from Roman civic and military custom and “sanctified” to the glory of God and the use in Church worship.   567 more words


This great festival takes its name from the happy tidings brought by the angel Gabriel to the Blessed Virgin, concerning the Incarnation of the Son of God. 341 more words


Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

What mortal tongue can sing thy praise,
Dear Mother of the Lord?
To angels only it belongs,
Thy glory to record.

Say, Mary, what sweet force was that… 99 more words