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This Sunday traditionalists celebrate Passion Sunday, one of those liturgical celebrations unique to us. As we enter Passiontide and Holy Week, I think this is where the Latin Mass makes it's case as a catechist par excellence.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-passion-sunday
With Passion Sunday, the Church continues her shift in focus away from constant references of penance and mortification, and towards giving us reasons for hope of what happens after said mortification.  As of this Sunday, we will be two weeks away from Easter, where Our Lord and Savior not only conquered death, but made our …
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This Sunday traditionalists celebrate Passion Sunday, one of those liturgical celebrations unique to us. As we enter Passiontide and Holy Week, I think this is where the Latin Mass makes it's case as a catechist par excellence.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-passion-sunday
With Passion Sunday, the Church continues her shift in focus away from constant references of penance and mortification, and towards giving us reasons for hope of what happens after said mortification.  As of this Sunday, we will be two weeks away from Easter, where Our Lord and Savior not only conquered death, but made our …
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Couple days late to this, but a lot of people view Laetare Sunday as a "break" from Lent.  Is that true?  The prayers of the Mass tomorrow tell us something different.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-laetare-sunday
Laetare Sunday has typically been viewed as a “break” from Lent before we enter the final two weeks of Lent in Passiontide and Holy Week.  At first blush, there is a lot to support this theory.   The priest’s vestments are changed, gone is the talk of penance in the prayers,  and after this Sunday, the sanctuary …
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We hear a lot about "a Church that is poor and for the poor." What does a poor Church actually entail? It's less about money and more about how we approach the world, and this Sunday's propers teach us how to be a poor Church this Lent.
When asked about the kind of Church he intended to shepherd, Pope Francis longed for a “Church that is poor and for the poor.”  Christianity has long had a special relationship with the poor.  Christianity mostly began as a religion of poor farmers and fishermen, and there has been no renewal movement in the Church …
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We hear a lot about "a Church that is poor and for the poor." What does a poor Church actually entail? It's less about money and more about how we approach the world, and this Sunday's propers teach us how to be a poor Church this Lent.
When asked about the kind of Church he intended to shepherd, Pope Francis longed for a “Church that is poor and for the poor.”  Christianity has long had a special relationship with the poor.  Christianity mostly began as a religion of poor farmers and fishermen, and there has been no renewal movement in the Church …
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Sunday's propers frequently ask God to "remember." What is he remembering? How does that impact us?
The key concept to the propers of the Second Sunday of Lent is that of “remembrance”, for the concept appears multiple times asking God to remember something.  At first blush, the idea of God remembering something is absurd.  To God, all moments are past, present, and future.  To us, remembering is simply a past event, …
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This Sunday traditionalists celebrate Passion Sunday, one of those liturgical celebrations unique to us. As we enter Passiontide and Holy Week, I think this is where the Latin Mass makes it's case as a catechist par excellence.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-passion-sunday
With Passion Sunday, the Church continues her shift in focus away from constant references of penance and mortification, and towards giving us reasons for hope of what happens after said mortification.  As of this Sunday, we will be two weeks away from Easter, where Our Lord and Savior not only conquered death, but made our …
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Couple days late to this, but a lot of people view Laetare Sunday as a "break" from Lent.  Is that true?  The prayers of the Mass tomorrow tell us something different.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-laetare-sunday
Laetare Sunday has typically been viewed as a “break” from Lent before we enter the final two weeks of Lent in Passiontide and Holy Week.  At first blush, there is a lot to support this theory.   The priest’s vestments are changed, gone is the talk of penance in the prayers,  and after this Sunday, the sanctuary …
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Couple days late to this, but a lot of people view Laetare Sunday as a "break" from Lent.  Is that true?  The prayers of the Mass tomorrow tell us something different.

http://catholicexchange.com/sunday-propers-laetare-sunday
Laetare Sunday has typically been viewed as a “break” from Lent before we enter the final two weeks of Lent in Passiontide and Holy Week.  At first blush, there is a lot to support this theory.   The priest’s vestments are changed, gone is the talk of penance in the prayers,  and after this Sunday, the sanctuary …
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We hear a lot about "a Church that is poor and for the poor." What does a poor Church actually entail? It's less about money and more about how we approach the world, and this Sunday's propers teach us how to be a poor Church this Lent.
When asked about the kind of Church he intended to shepherd, Pope Francis longed for a “Church that is poor and for the poor.”  Christianity has long had a special relationship with the poor.  Christianity mostly began as a religion of poor farmers and fishermen, and there has been no renewal movement in the Church …
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Sunday's propers frequently ask God to "remember." What is he remembering? How does that impact us?
The key concept to the propers of the Second Sunday of Lent is that of “remembrance”, for the concept appears multiple times asking God to remember something.  At first blush, the idea of God remembering something is absurd.  To God, all moments are past, present, and future.  To us, remembering is simply a past event, …
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Sunday's propers frequently ask God to "remember." What is he remembering? How does that impact us?
The key concept to the propers of the Second Sunday of Lent is that of “remembrance”, for the concept appears multiple times asking God to remember something.  At first blush, the idea of God remembering something is absurd.  To God, all moments are past, present, and future.  To us, remembering is simply a past event, …
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Amen. Beautiful, Kevin!
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