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Lauda Sion: St. Thomas Aquinas & Corpus Christi

The period spanning from late April to early June is characterized by a rapid succession of significant Church feasts: Ascension, Pentecost, Trinity Sunday, and the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ. Each of these feasts, brimming with p...
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At the Crossroads of Divine Love and Human Cruelty: The Reproaches of Good Friday

Holy Week, stands above all others as the high point on the Church’s liturgical calendar due to its profound spiritual and theological significance, as well as the rich variety of liturgical forms and ancient customs. These seven days, brimming ...
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Music as an Instrument of Prayer

Personal prayer, alongside active participation in the Eucharistic liturgy, stands as an indispensable tool for cultivating and nurturing our relationship with God in daily life. However, delving into a state of profound and authentic prayer pos...
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Media Vita: All Souls’ Day

The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed, also known as the Feast of All Souls, is a time dedicated to fervent prayers for our dearly departed. Remembering those close to us who have recently passed is a profoundly intimate and emotional a...
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Understanding Active Participation in the Liturgy: Part 2

In part 1 on this series on active participation in the liturgy, I discussed the topic in a general way, covering some aspects of the concept's historical development. Active participation is one of the critical conditions necessary to make the ...
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Usury and a Christian Response to Debt

“And that uncleanly image of deceit Came up and thrust ashore its head and bust, But on the border did not drag its tail. The face was as the face of a just man, Its semblance outwardly was so benign, And of a serpent all th...
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