Below is the full text of Bishop Robert C. Morlino’s Homily at the Chrism Mass, Tuesday, April 11, 2017: What a wonderful day to be together, preparing to celebrate the The post Full Text of Bishop Morlino’s Homily Calling for Communion on Tongue While Kneeling appeared first on Roman Catholic Man.
A reading from an ancient homily for Holy Saturday Something strange is happening—there is a great silence on earth today, a great silence and stillness. The whole earth keeps silence The post The Lord Descends into Hell appeared first on Roman Catholic Man.
My good friend, Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (Fr. Z), alerted me to a prayer that was said at the beginning of every homily in his home parish. Fr. Z writes The post A Vocation Prayer that Brought 30 First Masses in 30 Years appeared first on Roman Catholic Man.
For I have learnt for a fact that nothing so effectively obtains, retains and regains grace, as that we should always be found not high-minded before God, but filled with The post Bishop Morlino Calls for all to Receive Communion on Tongue While Kneeling appeared first on Roman Catholic Man.
The title of this book intrigued me from the start, since it is a phrase that I have written many times. It came out last year (I’m surprised that I wasn’t alerted, frankly). The Devil Hates Latin by Katherine Galgano … Continue reading →
Today is the Feast of St. Peter Canisius (+1597), a Jesuit priest and Doctor of the Church. There is a good write up about this great son of Ignatius HERE. Peter was a great counter-Reformation saint who worked tirelessly in … Continue reading →
Fun! This is from History: On this day in 4977 B.C., the universe is created, according to German mathematician and astronomer Johannes Kepler, considered a founder of modern science. Kepler is best known for his theories explaining the motion of … Continue reading →
From a reader… QUAERITUR: Yesterday I acted as sponsor for a person receiving Confirmation. I noticed that the bishop, at the moment of anointing the candidates with the sacred chrism, did not say the standard formula. The bishop (a native … Continue reading →