The video below is of Archbishop Alexander Sample’s homily on the Liturgy, which he offered on Quinquegesima Sunday at the Brigittine Monastery of Our Lady of Consolation. Wow! Wonderful homily. One of my favorite quotes from it is: “We can have the most beautiful Liturgy in the World, but without love it is for nothing.”Continue reading ““We can have the most beautiful Liturgy in the World, but without love it is for nothing.””
“Each Mass contains the slaying of the Victim, not repeated here in the West after centuries, made once only long ago in Palestine, yet part of the sacrifice offered throughout the world each morning. All Masses are one sacrifice, including the death of the cross, continuing through all time the act of offering then begunContinue reading “Quote of the day: “Each Mass contains the slaying of the Victim…””
From Vocation Boom: “Maybe not the holiest or most important day we commemorate during the liturgical year. But for priests and seminarians – really, for all of us – today is a day of unspeakable joy and glory. For the countless times your life has been touched by a priest, or for the innumerable timesContinue reading “Holy Thursday”
Chrism Mass – Owensboro Sports Center Don’t forget to attend the Chrism Mass in the Owensboro Sports Center tomorrow night at 6:30. This is a beautiful ceremony of where the priest’s of the Diocese renew their commitment to the Bishop and their ministry. It is also a way that the Bishop shares in the Baptisms,Continue reading “Chrism Mass – Owensboro Sports Center”
Semana Santa Bread One of my favorite parts of Holy Week, was when it came to spanish class. As the only Catholic in there I always tried to bring some of the”Catholicity” of Spanish into the classroom. One of the ways was teaching the lower level Spanish Classes and my own higher level classmates aboutContinue reading “Semana Santa Bread”
Watch this beautiful video to start off your Holy Week!
Here is a nice explanation on why we veil statues and crucifixes during Passiontide. Are the statues/crucifixes veiled in your parish? Comment below!