Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Wednesday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

White Semidouble Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. My days are vanished like smoke, and my bones are grown dry like fuel for the fire: I am smitten as grass, […]

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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Tuesday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

White Semidouble Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. Wisdom prosecutes the fulfillment of the divine plan framed before all ages. His union, or, to use the scriptural expression, his marriage, […]

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Saints Cyr and Julitta, Martyrs

All the Churches of the East, in the different tongues of their several liturgies, celebrate the glory of Julitta and of Cyr: they all extol the holy duality of the son and the mother containing in itself the perfect worship of the Trinity (Sticheron Byzantii, ad diem xv. Julii.). For the oblation of this mother […]

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Monday, June 15, 2020

Monday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

White Semidouble Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. The Lord hath sworn, and he will not repent him of his oath: he hath sworn: “Thou art a Priest for ever, […]

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Ss. Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia, Martyrs

Red Simple One of the titles of this divine Spirit who is reigning so specially over this portion of the cycle is the Witness of the Word. Thus was He announced to the world by the Man God himself, when about to quit it in order to return to his Father, after having on his […]

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Sunday, June 14, 2020

Sunday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

White Semidouble Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. The Desired of all nations, the Angel of the testament whom Israel longs for, has come down from heaven. Wisdom is come […]

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Saint Basil the Great, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

White Double The Doctors who form the fourfold glory of the Greek Church complete their sacred number, on the cycle, this day. John Chrysostom was the first to greet us with his radiant light, during Christmastide; the glorious Pasch saw the rise of two resplendent luminaries, Athanasius and Gregory Nazianzen; Basil the Great, having checked […]

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Saturday, June 13, 2020

Saint Anthony of Padua, Confessor

White Double “Rejoice thee, happy Padua, rich in thy priceless treasure!’ Anthony, in bequeathing thee his body, has done more for thy glory than the heroes who founded thee on so favored a site, or the doctors who have illustrated thy famous university! The days of Charlemagne were past and gone: yet the work of […]

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Saturday Within the Octave of Corpus Christi

White Semidouble Christum regem adoremus dominantem gentibus, qui se manducantibus dat spiritus pingudeninem. Let us adore Christ, the King, who ruleth the nations; who giveth fatness of spirit to them that eat him. Man has been cast forth from Eden, and is gone into the dreary land of his exile. He has nothing left him […]

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Friday, June 12, 2020

Saint John a San Facundo, or of Sahagún

White Double The kingdom which the Apostles have mission to establish upon earth is a reign of peace. Such was the promise pledged by Heaven to earth, on that glorious night wherein was given to us the Emmanuel. And on that other night which witnessed our Lord’s last farewell at the Supper, did not the […]

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