Daily Archives: March 31, 2018

Spend a little time with your patron saint this Holy Saturday

By Michael Davis (on the CATHOLIC HERALD) I’m a better Catholic – and a better person – for knowing my own patron Deo gratias, [tonight’s] Easter Vigil marks the one-year anniversary of my reception into Christ’s true Church. Every now … Continue reading

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Mary Has To Bid Farewell To Jesus

In raising the stone to close up the entrance to the Tomb, the holy disciples of the Saviour had to approach the Blessed Mother and say: Now, O Lady, we must close the Sepulchre. Forgive us. Look once more on … Continue reading

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“Thrones” of Holy Week in Spain

Holy Week is celebrated with unabashed passion in Spain. People come from all over the world to watch these most amazing displays of fervour, devotion, lavishness and Faith in the whole world. Beautiful, elaborate processions of “penitentes” (repentant sinners), elegant … Continue reading

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