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Saint Nicholas, beloved Bishop and Wonderworker

By Peter Kwasniewski at The New Liturgical Movement: Unlike his present European status as a white-haired fairytale figure, benign and vaguely Christian, who presides once a year over the delightful day that begins with the discovery of trinkets in one’s … Continue reading

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The Preparatory Season for the Nativity of Our Lord – The Phillipian Fast

While we prepare for Advent in the Roman rite beginning this Sunday, it is worth noting that while there is no “Advent” proper within the Byzantine rite, they do have a period of 40 days preparation for the Feast of the … Continue reading

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