Daily Archives: 16 April 2006

“Another Easter Vigil story, please!”

In comparison to the other days this past week, today was relatively cushy: five Masses and one baptism liturgy in eight hours, then home. After a mid-afternoon breakfast at IHOP with the family, it was back home for a nap. … Continue reading

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Manchester Passion: Did It Work?

The Brits pulled off their Passion Play. Story from the BBC here. The Last Supper was fish and chips. Jesus was condemned to death for “inciting religious hatred” while wearing an American orange prison uniform. Gospel of Judas promoters did … Continue reading

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Green Palm

So what if the sun set on Triduum just a few hours ago. Aren’t you planning for 2007 yet? Ever think of going organic on Palm Sunday? Check this out. The University of Minnesota and Catholic Relief Services, are among … Continue reading

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Easter and the Most Dangerous Parish in the World

I would like to echo Todd’s “Happy Easter to All!” and his prayer that the “Light of lights, sun of day” may shine upon you on this Resurrection Day. Please read the Pope’s homily for the Easter Vigil. You may … Continue reading

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Happy Easter to All!

Christ is risen from the dead, trampling down death by death, and upon those in the tombs bestowing life. (Orthodox liturgy) O splendor of the Father’s light that makes our daylight lucid, bright; O Light of light and sun of … Continue reading

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