Solemnity of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, Mass during the Day

“You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” — Saint Peter on the Person on Christ, Matthew 16:16 Saints Peter and Paul are the founders of the Diocese of Rome. One was the Prince of the Apostles and the first Bishop of Rome, known as the office of the Papcy today, and the... Continue Reading →

Office of Readings for Friday in the 11th Week in Ordinary Time

God, come to my assistance.– Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit:– as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen. HYMN All hail, adorèd Trinity; All hail, eternal Unity; O God the Father, God the Son, And... Continue Reading →

Ash Wednesday: The First Day of Lent

The time has now come in the Church year for the solemn observance of the great central act of history, the redemption of the human race by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. In the Roman Rite, the beginning of the forty days of penance is marked with the austere symbol of ashes which is... Continue Reading →

Ash Wednesday: The First Day of Lent

The time has now come in the Church year for the solemn observance of the great central act of history, the redemption of the human race by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. In the Roman Rite, the beginning of the forty days of penance is marked with the austere symbol of ashes which is... Continue Reading →

Bible:Dash the Infants of Our Enemies Against the Rock!

Dash Thy Little Ones Against the Rock!Recently, I had a little exegetical epiphany while meditating on the Vulgate Psalms in Latin. Previously I've been troubled by Psalm 136{137}:9, which reads, "Blessed be he that shall take and dash thy little ones against the rock." Being blessed for infanticide? Huh?However, the Clementine Vulgate version opens itself to... Continue Reading →

Bible:Dash the Infants of Our Enemies Against the Rock!

Dash Thy Little Ones Against the Rock!Recently, I had a little exegetical epiphany while meditating on the Vulgate Psalms in Latin. Previously I’ve been troubled by Psalm 136{137}:9, which reads, “Blessed be he that shall take and dash thy little ones against the rock.” Being blessed for infanticide? Huh?However, the Clementine Vulgate version opens itself to... Continue Reading →

The Meat of the Eucharist: Defending the Real Presence (Part 2)

Here is the second comment by llondy and the one who solidified my decision to partition my full responses in two posts. As before, my comments will be inserted between paragraphs. Original Post: Can science help us to understand transubstantiation? First Response: The Meat of the Eucharist: Defending the Real Presence (Part 1) Denying the... Continue Reading →

The Meat of the Eucharist: Defending the Real Presence (Part 2)

Here is the second comment by llondy and the one who solidified my decision to partition my full responses in two posts. As before, my comments will be inserted between paragraphs.Original Post: Can science help us to understand transubstantiation?First Response: The Meat of the Eucharist: Defending the Real Presence (Part 1)Denying the Truthfulness of GodYes,... Continue Reading →

Can science help us to understand transubstantiation?

How can science help us to understand transubstantiation? Greetings,I am currently enrolled in RCIA at St. Francis Solano in Sonoma, Ca. (Diocese of Santa Rosa). My question is regarding the Church's teaching of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.I'm clear about what St. John writes, reporting what Jesus said about eating His flesh... Continue Reading →

Can science help us to understand transubstantiation?

How can science help us to understand transubstantiation?Greetings,I am currently enrolled in RCIA at St. Francis Solano in Sonoma, Ca. (Diocese of Santa Rosa). My question is regarding the Church’s teaching of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.I’m clear about what St. John writes, reporting what Jesus said about eating His flesh and... Continue Reading →

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