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Monday February 04, 2019
Start: Feb 4 2019 12:10 pm

Proper on pages 1175, 1023. Common Preface on page 886.

 

 

Tuesday February 05, 2019
Start: Feb 5 2019 7:00 am

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.

 

Wednesday February 06, 2019
Start: Feb 6 2019 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.
 

Thursday February 07, 2019
Start: Feb 7 2019 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.

Friday February 08, 2019
Start: Feb 8 2019 7:00 am

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

Saturday February 09, 2019
Start: Feb 9 2019 8:00 am

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.

 

Sunday February 10, 2019
Start: Feb 10 2019 8:00 am

Low Mass at 8:00am; High Mass at 10:30am.  Proper on page 266. Preface of the Holy Trinity on page 884. Please join us for refreshments in the hall after either Mass.

Monday February 11, 2019
Start: Feb 11 2019 12:10 pm

This Feast commemorates the appearance of our Lady on several occasions in 1858 at Lourdes in France.
Proper on page 1182.  Preface of the Blessed Virgin Mary on page 884.

Tuesday February 12, 2019
Start: Feb 12 2019 7:00 am

Seven noble Florentines founded in 1233 the Order of Servites of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  The Servites led an austere life, meditating constantly on the Passion of Our Lord and venerating the Blessed Virgin as Our Lady of Sorrows.

Proper on pages 1185, 1045.  Common preface on page 886.

 

Thursday February 14, 2019
Start: Feb 14 2019 12:10 pm

This holy Roman priest, St. Valentine, assisted with other pious Christians a great number of martyrs.  He was beheaded under Aurelian, A.D. 270.

Proper on pages 1188, 993.  Common Preface on page 886.

 

Friday February 15, 2019
Start: Feb 15 2019 7:00 am

Proper on pages 1189, 1009, 1006.  Common Preface on page 886.

Saturday February 16, 2019
Start: Feb 16 2019 8:00 am

Proper on page 1090.  Preface of the Blessed Virgin Mary on page 884.

Sunday February 17, 2019
Start: Feb 17 2019 8:00 am

Low Mass at 8:00am; High Mass at 10:30am.  Please join us for refreshments in the hall after either Mass.

Proper on page 274.  Preface of the Most Holy Trinity on page 884.

Monday February 18, 2019
Start: Feb 18 2019 12:10 pm

St. Simeon, who was closely related to the Blessed Virgin, became Bishop of Jerusalem after St. James.  As a martyr of the faith, he was crucified under Trajan at the age of 120 years A.D. 106.

Proper on pages 1190, 986.  Common Preface on page 886.

 

Tuesday February 19, 2019
Start: Feb 19 2019 7:00 am

Proper on leaflet available at the entrance.  Common Preface on page 886. 

Wednesday February 20, 2019
Start: Feb 20 2019 12:10 pm

Proper on page 1633.  Preface of St. Joseph on page 885.
 
To be convinced how much the intercession of St. Joseph prevails with Jesus Christ, we have only to consider these words of the Evangelist: "And he was subject to them." The Son of God employed thirty years assiduously obeying Joseph and Mary! It was sufficient for Joseph, by the least word or sign, to show that he wished Him to do anything; Jesus immediately obeyed. This humble obedience of Jesus teaches us that the dignity of Joseph is above that of all the other Saints, except that of the Queen of Saints.
 
Let us hear what St. Teresa says of the confidence which all should place in the protection of St. Joseph: "To the other Saints," she says, "it appears that the Lord may have granted to succor us on particular occasions; but to this Saint, as experience proves, He has granted to help us on all occasions. Our Lord would teach us, that, as He was pleased to be subject to Joseph upon the earth, so He is now pleased to grant whatever this Saint asks for in heaven. Others whom I have recommended to have recourse to Joseph, have known this from experience. I never knew anyone who was particularly devout to him, that did not continually advance more and more in virtue. For the love of God, let him who believes not this make his own trial. And I do not know how anyone can think of the Queen of Angels, at the time when she labored so much in the infancy and childhood of Jesus, and not return thanks to Joseph for the assistance which he rendered both to the Mother and to the Son."
 
We should be particularly devout to Saint Joseph, that he may obtain for us a happy death.

Friday February 22, 2019
Start: Feb 22 2019 7:00 am

Proper on page 1134.  Preface of the Apostles on page 886.

Saturday February 23, 2019
Start: Feb 23 2019 8:00 am

Proper on pages 1190, 1032.  Common Preface on page 886. 

Sunday February 24, 2019
Start: Feb 24 2019 8:00 am

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

Monday February 25, 2019
Start: Feb 25 2019 12:10 pm

Proper on leaflet available at the entrance.  Common Preface on page 886. 

Wednesday February 27, 2019
Start: Feb 27 2019 12:10 pm

Proper on page 1195. Common Preface on page 886.

 

 

Thursday February 28, 2019
Start: Feb 28 2019 12:10 pm

Proper on leaflet available at the entrance.  Common Preface on page 886. 

Friday March 01, 2019
Start: Mar 1 2019 7:00 am

Masses at 7:00 am and 6:00 pm.
Proper on page 763.  Preface of the Sacred Heart on page 882.

Saturday March 02, 2019
Start: Mar 2 2019 8:00 am

Proper on page 1448. Preface of the Blessed Virgin on page 884.

Sunday March 03, 2019
Start: Mar 3 2019 8:00 am

Low Mass at 8:00am; High Mass at 10:30am. Procession and 40 Hours Devotion will follow the High Mass until 6:00 pm.

Please join us for refreshments in the hall after either Mass.

Proper on page 284. Preface of the Most Holy Trinity on page 884.

 

Start: Mar 3 2019 12:00 pm

The Procession of the Blessed Sacrament and singing of Litanies will follow High Mass, and begin Adoration which will last until 6:00 pm.

As in preceding years, we will have the devotion of the 40 hours right before Lent begins. The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed until dark (6 pm) Sunday and Monday and we will have the closing prayers and Benediction prior to the 12:10 Mass on Shrove Tuesday. There is a signup sheet in the vestibule. We need one person to commit to each hour but EVERYONE is invited to come and spend some time in prayer before Our Lord. You may gained a plenary indulgence under the usual conditions if you spend at least half an hour in prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

 

 

Monday March 04, 2019
Start: Mar 4 2019 7:00 am

Also the Commemoration of St. Casimir, Confessor. Proper on page 1662 & 1198.

 

 

 

Start: Mar 4 2019 7:40 am

Adoration will continue following the 7:00 am Mass until 6:00 pm.

As in preceding years, we will have the devotion of the 40 hours right before Lent begins. The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed until dark (6 pm) Sunday and Monday and we will have the closing prayers and Benediction prior to the 12:10 Mass on Shrove Tuesday. There is a signup sheet in the vestibule. We need one person to commit to each hour but EVERYONE is invited to come and spend some time in prayer before Our Lord. You may gained a plenary indulgence under the usual conditions if you spend at least half an hour in prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

 

 

Tuesday March 05, 2019
Start: Mar 5 2019 7:00 am

Adoration resumes at 7:00 am, until the 11:30 am Singing of Litanies & Pange Lingua followed by Benediction, before Mass at 12:10 pm.

As in preceding years, we will have the devotion of the 40 hours right before Lent begins. The Blessed Sacrament will be exposed until dark (6 pm) Sunday and Monday and we will have the closing prayers and Benediction prior to the 12:10 Mass on Shrove Tuesday. There is a signup sheet in the vestibule. We need one person to commit to each hour but EVERYONE is invited to come and spend some time in prayer before Our Lord. You may gained a plenary indulgence under the usual conditions if you spend at least half an hour in prayer in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

 

 

Start: Mar 5 2019 12:10 pm

Today's Mass will be a High Mass. Proper on pages 1636 & 749.  Preface of the Blessed Sacrament on page 876.

Wednesday March 06, 2019
Start: Mar 6 2019 6:00 pm

Low Masses at 12:10pm and 6:00pm. Blessing of ashes before the 12:10 pm Mass. Distribution of the ashes after each Mass. This is a day of fasting and abstinence, but not a holy day of obligation.
Proper on page 290. Preface for Lent on page 880.

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