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Start: Feb 4 2018 8:00 am

Low Mass at 8:00 am; High Mass at 10:30 am.  Blessing of Candles and Procession will precede the 10:30 Mass.  Please join us for refreshments in the hall after either Mass.
 
Proper on page 279.  Preface of the Most Holy Trinity on page 884.

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Start: Feb 5 2018 12:10 pm

Born in Sicily of noble parents, St. Agatha suffered dreadful torture at the hands of her persecutors, but she was healed on the following night by a vision of St. Peter.  Other sufferings were inflicted upon her, and from these she died A.D. 254.

Proper on p. 1175, 1048, 886.  Common Preface on page 886.

 

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Start: Feb 6 2018 12:10 pm

St. Titus, Bishop of Crete, was one of the most faithful disciples of St. Paul.  The Apostle wrote to Titus a letter included in Holy Scripture.  He died A.D. 101.
Also the Commemoration of St. Dorothy, Virgin & Martyr.  St. Dorothy of Caesarea in Cappadocia was beheaded at the end of the third century.  She died A.D. 275.
Proper on p. 1178, 1023, 886.  Common Preface on page 886.
 

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Start: Feb 7 2018 12:10 pm

St. Romuald founded the Order of Camaldoli, one of the branches of the Benedictine Order, in which the eremitical life is united with the cenobitical.  He died at the age of 120, A.D. 1027.

Proper on p. 1448, 1179, 1043, 886.

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Start: Feb 8 2018 12:10 pm

Proper on pages 1179, 1037.  Common Preface on page 886. 

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Start: Feb 9 2018 12:10 pm

St. Cyril, Bishop of Alexandria, fought with his pen and his eloquence against the Nestorians.  He presided in the name of Pope Celestine at the great Council of Ephesus, where the heresy of Nestorius was condemned, and he successfully defended the truth concerning the Mother of God and our Savior in His twofold nature of God and Man.  He died A.D. 444.

Also: Commemoration of St. Apollonia, Virgin, Martyr

St. Apollonia, Virgin of Alexandria, after having her teeth broken, cast herself into the flames prepared for her, under the emporer Decius, A.D. 259.

Proper on p. 1180, 1032, 1048.  Common Preface on p. 886.

 

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Start: Feb 10 2018 8:00 am

St. Scholastica was the sister of St. Benedict.  Embracing the rule of her brother, she founded the Order of Benedictine nuns.  She died A.D. 543.

Proper on pages 1181, 1057.  Common Preface on page 886.

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