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Saturday of the Second Week After Easter

V. In thy resurrection, O Christ, alleluia.

R. Let heaven and earth rejoice, alleluia.

This being Saturday, let us once more think of Mary, and of the joy she feels at the Resurrection of her Son. 1,620 more words

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The Angelus (A Midday Prayer)

Below I’ve pasted a really neat prayer called the Angelus, as it was posted by EWTN (https://www.ewtn.com/Devotionals/prayers/Angelus.htm). According to a daily prayer booklet I have (put out by the Priests of the Sacred Heart), this is considered a midday prayer. 189 more words

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PRAYER OF SAINT ANTHONY TO OUR LADY

O Mary! Virgin before the Divine Birth, guard my body and soul. 

Hail, Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee:

blessed art thou among women, 140 more words

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19TH MARCH - SOLEMNITY OF SAINT JOSEPH, HUSBAND OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY - ALTERNATIVE GOSPEL READING (LUKE 2:41-45)

A READING FROM THE HOLY GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE

(See how worried your father and I have been, looking for you.) 

Every year the parents of Jesus used to go to Jerusalem for the feast of the Passover. 204 more words

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19TH MARCH - SOLEMNITY OF SAINT JOSEPH, HUSBAND OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY - GOSPEL READING (MATTHEW 1:16.18-21.24)

A READING FROM THE HOLY GOSPEL ACCORDING TO MATTHEW

(Joseph did what the angel of the Lord had told him to do.) 

Jacob was the father of Joseph the husband of Mary; 168 more words

Bible Readings

MOTHERING ~ LETTING GO

THE MOTHER LETTING GO is a mythical theme common to humanity irrespective of time or place. Danu, of the flowing waters, Queen of the fertile land, the Great Mother Goddess of the ancient Celts, Don, Dana or Ana in Welsh, the Creator Goddess of the Tuatha De Danann, the first known Celtic tribes of Ireland, is seen putting her baby into the marsh river in the picture above. 291 more words

Spirituality

Wednesday in Ember Week

The fast of today is prescribed by a double law : it is Lent, and it is Ember Wednesday. It is the same with the Friday and Saturday of this week. 1,350 more words

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