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Think Lent is Tough? Take a Look at Medieval Lenten Practices

by Angelus Press * Today’s Latin Catholics would be well-served to review the norms of early Christians as they prepared for Easter. The Lenten fast for Latin Catholics living in the years of the third millennium of Christianity often means … Continue reading

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Heinrich Seuse (c. 1295-1366): Dominican Mystic

Today, in the liturgical calendar of the Dominican Order, Heinrich Seuse (known in English as Henry Suso) is commemorated. It is noteworthy that he was a disciple of Meister Eckhart, who was accused of heresy and asked by the Papal … Continue reading

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