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Saturday April 29, 2017
Start: Apr 29 2017 8:00 am

Mass at 8:00am and 12:10pm.

Proper on pages 1247, 1017.  Preface for Easter on page 881.

Monday May 01, 2017
Start: May 1 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.

This is a first class feast.  Proper on page 1248.  Preface of Easter on page 881.

Wednesday May 03, 2017
Start: May 3 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.

Proper on pages 1255, 1019.  Preface for Easter on page 881. 

Thursday May 04, 2017
Start: May 4 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.

Proper on pages 1255, 1067. Preface for Easter on page 881.

St. Monica first converted her pagan husband, and then by her tears and unceasing prayers, her son St. Augustine, who is regarded as one of the greatest Doctors of the Western Church.  She died A.D. 387.

 

Friday May 05, 2017
Start: May 5 2017 6:00 pm

Mass at 12:10pm of St. Pius V, Pope & Confessor.  Proper on page 1257. Preface for Easter on page 881.
St. Pius V, of the Order of Preachers, was a Pope of great sanctity.  His pontificate was one of the most glorious.  He enforced obedience to the decrees of the Council of Trent and revised the Missal and the Breviary.  He died A.D. 1572.
Mass at 6:00pm is a Votive Mass of the Sacred Heart for First Friday.  Proper on page 763. Preface of the Sacred Heart on page 882.

Saturday May 06, 2017
Start: May 6 2017 8:00 am

Mass at 8:00am is a Votive Mass of the Immaculate Heart of Mary for First Saturday. Proper on page 1448. Preface of the Blessed Virgin on page 884.

High Mass at 12:10pm preceded by Clothing Ceremony for Aspirants receiving the Scapular of the OCDS.

Monday May 08, 2017
Start: May 8 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.
Feria of the Third Sunday after Easter.  Proper on page 671.  Preface for Easter on page 881.

Tuesday May 09, 2017
Start: May 9 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.
Proper on pages 1264, 1032. Preface for Easter on page 881.
St. Gregory was educated at Athens in all the sciences with St. Basil the Great. He became bishop of Nazianzen and his profound knowledge earned for him the title of Doctor and Theologian, titles confirmed by the Church. He died A.D. 389.

Wednesday May 10, 2017
Start: May 10 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.

Proper on pages 1264, 1023.  Preface for Easter on page 881. 

Thursday May 11, 2017
Start: May 11 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.

Proper on page 1266. Preface for Easter on page 881.

St. Philip, like Peter and Andrew, was of Bethsaida.  He was crucified in Phrygia where he preached the Gospel, A.D. 87.

St. James the Less, was of Cana and a kinsman of Our Lord.  He wrote one of the Epistles of the New Testament.  He was thrown from the terrace of the temple A.D. 93.

Friday May 12, 2017
Start: May 12 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.

Proper on page 1270.  Preface for Easter on page 881.

Nereus and Achilleus were servants of Flavia Domitilla, who was martyred with them, A.D. 98.  St. Pancras was put to death at the age of fourteen, A.D. 304.

Saturday May 13, 2017
Start: May 13 2017 8:00 am

Mass at 8:00am and 12:10pm.
Proper on page 1271.  Preface for Easter on page 881.
St. Robert was famous throughout Europe as a theologian, and as a strenuous defender of the Faith in controversy with Protestants.  He joined the Society of Jesus, and was later made Cardinal and Archbishop of Capua.  His numerous writings include works of devotion and instruction, as well as of controversy.  He died A.D. 1621, and was canonised and declared Doctor of the Church in 1931.

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