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Tuesday May 23, 2017
Start: May 23 2017 12:10 pm

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

Proper on leaflet in the vestible.

Wednesday May 24, 2017
Start: May 24 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.
Proper on page 688. Preface of Easter on page 881.

Friday May 26, 2017
Start: May 26 2017 12:10 pm

Also the Commemoration of St. Eleutherius, Pope and Martyr.
Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm.
Proper on pages 1279, 1278, 1200.  Preface of Easter on page 881.
St. Philip founded the Oratorian Congregation.  Inflamed with divine love, he brought thousands of souls back to God.  He died A.D. 1595.
St. Eleutherius governed the Church for fifteen years after the persecution of Commodus.  He died A.D. 192.
 

Saturday May 27, 2017
Start: May 27 2017 8:00 am

Also the Commemoration of St. John I, Pope and Martyr.

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

Proper on pages 1281, 1032, 981.  Preface of Easter on page 881.

Bede was a Benedictine, a holy monk of Jarrow, in the eighth century.  He was of great learning and is famous in Christian literature.  He died A.D. 735.

St. John died in a dungeon from the hardships he had to endure, A.D. 526.

Tuesday May 30, 2017
Start: May 30 2017 12:10 pm

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

Feria of the Ascension.  Commemoration of St. Felix I, Pope and Martyr.

Proper on page 692.  Preface for the Ascension on page 881.

 

Wednesday May 31, 2017
Start: May 31 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm. Second class feast.

Proper on pages 1284, 1057. Preface of the Blessed Virgin on page 884.

Friday June 16, 2017
Start: Jun 16 2017 12:10 pm

Mass at 7:00am and 12:10pm. Proper of First Sunday after Pentecost on page 738. Preface of the Most Holy Trinity on page 884.

Saturday June 17, 2017
Start: Jun 17 2017 8:00 am

Proper on pages 1308, 1023.  Common Preface on page 886.

Gregory Barbarigo, Cardinal Archbishop of Padua, died in 1697 with the reputation of another Charles Borromeo, renowned like him for his wonderful zeal in every kind of labor for the clergy and faithful, but especially the poor, of his diocese.

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