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A Neglected Gem in the Traditional Roman Missal: The Eucharistic Heart of Jesus

If you have ever shown up early to church and found yourself quietly paging through your hand missal—let’s say, a Saint Andrew Daily Missal reprint from 1945—you might have stumbled across a section of Mass formularies that may be unfamiliar owing to the rarity of their use. Some of these will be identified as Votive…

A Neglected Gem in the Traditional Roman Missal: The Eucharistic Heart of Jesus

If you have ever shown up early to church and found yourself quietly paging through your hand missal—let’s say, a Saint Andrew Daily Missal reprint from 1945—you might have stumbled across a section of Mass formularies that may be unfamiliar owing to the rarity of their use. Some of these will be identified as Votive…

Diebus Saltem Dominicis – 3rd Sunday after Pentecost: Stay Frosty, My Friends

Rome can be hot during the summer.  Blazing hot and breezy, a recipe for fire.  Rome had recorded 6 great fires in its history.  However, on 18 July of 64 AD, a fire started near the vast chariot area, the Circus Maximus.  According to the ancient historian Tacitus (56-120), who was in Rome at the…

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