Night Prayers for Lent ~ Dom Prosper Guéranger

During the season of Lent, the Christian, on preparing for sleep, will unite himself with the Church… 

LIVE NOW Latin Rosary: Sorrowful Mysteries

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Evening Meditations for the Third Friday in Lent ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Presently we will speak of the other Pilate, seeing the Redeemer reduced to that condition, so moving, as it was, to compassion, thought that the mere sight of Him would have softened the Jews. He therefore led Him forth into the balcony; he raised up the purple garment, and, exhibiting to the people the body of Jesus all covered with wounds and gashes, he said to them, Behold the Man…

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: March 25th On the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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

Solemn High Mass – Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary – 03/25/22 – St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary – YouTube

Solemn High Mass – Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary – 03/25/22 – St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary – YouTube Solemn

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Carissimi; Today’s Mass: The Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The mystery of the Incarnation has earned for Blessed Mary her most glorious title, that of “Mother of God” (Collect), in Greek “Theotokos” a name which the Eastern Church always inscribed in letters of gold, like a diadem on the forehead of her images or statues. “Standing on the threshold of divinity” since she gave to the Word of God the flesh to which He was hypostatically united, the Virgin has always been honored by a supereminent worship, that of hyperdulia. “The Son of the Father and the Son of the Virgin naturally become a single and identical son, ” says St. Anselm : hence Mary is queen of the human race and is to be venerated by all (Introit).

Morning Prayers for the Third Friday in Lent ~ Dom Prosper Guéranger

During the season of Lent, the Christian, on waking in the morning, will unite himself with the Church… 

Morning Meditations for the Third Friday 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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