Daily Archives: March 24, 2015


We all have crosses to carry, and Everyone’s life is too brief. So, Let us have no cross words between us, except the words of the Holiest Liturgy, Nor cross swords, except to cut each other’s disabling bonds.

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Cardinal Nichol’s Homily at Requiem for King Richard lll at Holy Cross Priory, Leicester.

Full text of Cardinal Nichols’ homily: This evening we fulfil a profound and essential Christian duty: that of praying for the dead, for the repose of their eternal souls. Here we pray for King Richard III, ‘King of England and … Continue reading

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The Veil of St. Veronica

According to ancient tradition, Veronica was from Jerusalem and was one of the pious women who encountered Christ on the Via Dolorosa to Mount Calvary. Deeply moved by His suffering, looking into His face pouring with sweat and blood, she … Continue reading

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Meditation Seven – Hell

Continuing our meditations taken from “Introduction to the Devout Life” by St. Francis de Sales, to prepare ourselves to make a General Confession before Holy Week, we come to Chapter XV: the Seventh Meditation –  Hell.  Preparation. 1. PLACE yourself … Continue reading

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