LIVE NOW Latin Rosary: Sorrowful Mysteries

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Evening Meditations for the Second Tuesday in Lent ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Presently we will speak of the other reproaches which Jesus Christ endured, until He finally died on the Cross: He endured the cross, despising the shame. (Heb. xii. 2)…

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: March 15th On attention in prayer

Meditations for every day of the year by Bishop ✠Richard Challoner

Low Mass – Feria of Lent – 03/15/22 – St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary – YouTube

God-centered or Man-Centered Mass? Interview with Bishop Athanasius Schneider and Dr. Marshall – YouTube

Dr. Taylor Marshall interviews His Excellency Bishop Athanasius Schneider about the liturgy as “Christ centered” or “Christ telic” instead of

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Inculturation, ecumenism and indifferentism w/ Jean Danielou and Brandon McGinley (clip) – YouTube

Jean Danielou, SJ’s quirky book Prayer as a Political Problem provokes Brandon McGinley and Thomas Mirus to a lively discussion

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What the Catholic Church Teaches About the Bible and Science w/ Fr. Jordan Schmidt (Aquinas 101) – YouTube

Does the Bible need to be corrected by science? How do we reconcile the differences between the Bible and science

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On hearing Mass during Lent ~ Dom Prosper Guéranger

The Christian who enters into the spirit of the Church during this Season of Lent, will find an increase in his soul of that holy Fear of God, which the Psalmist tells us is the beginning of wisdom [Ps. cx. 10]… 

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Tuesday II in Lent

The Mass recalls our needs and places them before God. In the final Benediction of the people, we pray that the divine mercy may favourably accept our supplications, and heal the diseases of our souls, so that having obtained the forgiveness of our sins, we may truly rejoice in the blessing of God.

Morning Meditations for the Second Tuesday in Lent ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

His heart shall be as hard as a stone and as firm as a smith’s anvil. God does not indeed harden the habitual sinner, but He withdraws His grace in punishment of his ingratitude for past favours; and thus his heart becomes as hard as a stone. And St. Thomas of Villanova says: “Hardness of heart is a sign of damnation.”

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