Daily Archives: 14 June 2015

Lemon Drop Melons

Our local grocery superstore began stocking these a few weeks ago. One of the produce guys was enthusiastic about it. (They usually are if they sniff a sale.) It even has a facebook page. It’s now my favorite melon, and … Continue reading

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Singing At Daily Mass

Until today, I overlooked the post at PrayTell on singing daily Mass. Songs and hymns at entrance and ending are default in many places. But when I arrived at my parish, the Gospel and Eucharistic acclamations were also in place. … Continue reading

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Dives in Misericordiae 4g: Mercy And Justice

Very much in Church discussion these days is how all this mercy relates to justice. What do you think Pope John Paul II will say about it? Let’s read: In this way, mercy is in a certain sense contrasted with … Continue reading

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On Psalm 92

In this Sunday’s Lectionary, we get a portion of Psalm 92, which has always been a favorite of mine. The people who put together the Liturgy of the Hours liked it; this psalm appears every other Saturday at Morning Prayer–not … Continue reading

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PS 71-72: After Good Friday Liturgy

Remember, you can check the full document Paschale Solemnitatis on this site, among many on the internet. Some instructions that might get overlooked in the bustle and details of Good Friday. The cross is placed for prayer and for veneration … Continue reading

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