iPadre #343 – The Extraordinary Form – Part 4

Our examination of the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite continues. We continue on with the “Orate, fratres…” or “Pray brethren that my sacrifice and yours…’

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iPadre #342 – The Extraordinary Form – Part 3

Today, we continue our examination on the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. We now come to the second major part of the Mass, The Mass of the Faithful and continue up to the washing of hands and prayers to the Holy Trinity.

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New Years traditions

St.+Mary+Magdalene+de+Pazzi2There is a tradition in some cultures and Religious Orders for Epiphany is to randomly choose a holy card with either a virtue, the name of a saint and a quote or a combination of the three, to accompany you for the New Year. This is a really great tradition. It helps to give one a special focus and help throughout the New Year. And we know, we can use all the help we can get. I have holy cards that I received through the years, going back to my days in the seminary. Some of the cards only list a virtue and others a saints name and even a quote. I have all the holy cards around here somewhere, but I always place the latest one in my breviary so that I have the constant reminder.

This year, my holy card read “Hope.” There was no saint or quote on my holy card. But, I ran across a really cool website called the Saints Name Generator. So, I got my saint for 2016. Her name is: St. Mary Magdalen of Pazzi. I’ll write her name on my holy card and ask her to accompany me through the year with her aid and intercession. I will also make it a point to study her life and turn to her in my prayers.

If you want to get your Saint for 2016, just click here.

iPadre #341 – The Extraordinary Form – Part 2

We continue our examination on the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. Today, we start with the Prayers at the Foot of the Altar to the Credo.

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