Category Archives: Holy Days

Liturgical Confusion

You know what is difficult? Trying to be liturgically correct with one’s celebrations. For instance: today is December 7th, the feast of Saint Ambrose. For the past few years, we have celebrated by having honey (preferably with the honeycomb) on … Continue reading

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Presentation of Mary

¬†You, O Mother, are close to all and protect all, and although our eyes are unable to see you, we know, O Most Holy One, that you dwell among all of us and make yourself present in the most varied … Continue reading

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More from Romero

As the magi from the East followed their star and found Jesus, who filled their hearts with boundless joy, let us too, even in hours of uncertainty, of shadows, of darkness like those the magi had, not fail to follow … Continue reading

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