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"And whilst they were at supper, Jesus took bread, and blessed, and broke: and gave to his disciples, and said: Take ye, and eat. This is my body. And taking the chalice, he gave thanks, and gave to them, saying: Drink ye all of this. For this is my blood of the new testament, which shall be shed for many unto remission of sins."
(Matthew 26:26-28)
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"But how are Jesus' enemies to get possession of their divine Victim, so as to avoid a disturbance in the city? There is only one plan that could succeed, and they have not thought of it: it is treachery. Just at the close of their deliberations, they are told that one of Jesus' disciples seeks admission. They admit him, and he says to them: 'What will you give me, and I will deliver Him to you?'" ~ Dom Gueranger, The Liturgical Year.
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In this piece for the TR blog, M. R. Zapp shares her ideas for helping inculcate the faith in your children at Easter.
With Easter right around the corner and my children growing up fast, getting them into a proper mode of expectation for the feast day is a concern of mine.  I have done what I can to encourage them to enter into the spirit of...
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"To the exterior sufferings which he endures in His whole Person, in His body, head, hands, and feet, are added the interior torments of mental agony, sorrow, fear, sadness, and most terrible desolation of spirit. All these sufferings, which have been most acute during the whole course of His Passion, reach their extreme height on Mount Calvary. Thus does Jesus become in very truth the Man of Sorrows, the King of Martyrs, and the Most Afflicted of Men. My soul, canst thou meditate upon the excessive sufferings endured by the most holy Soul of thy dying Redeemer, and not be enamored with His unbounded love in thus submitting to them for thy sake? Art thou not moved even to tears of compassion when thou rememberest the part thy sins also have had in inflicting the pangs of martyrdom upon His most loving Heart? Knowest thou of what Jesus complains most bitterly on the Cross? To see that His Blood, His Passion and Death will be of avail but to few! He laments and grieves at the sight of the small number of those who will profit by the Blood which He sheds so lavishly for all. This is the source of the deep sorrow which oppresses and overwhelms the Heart of Jesus. O my dear Redeemer, permit not that I should ever be one of that numerous host of reprobates, who, by their own fault, render Thy Passion and Death of no avail! Grant, sweet Jesus, that I may never be separated from Thee by accursed sin, and that I may one day come to enjoy in Heaven the blessed effects of Thy Death which has merited it for me." ~ Fr. Ignatius of the Side of Jesus, Passionist, The School of Jesus Crucified
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Learn how to reap more spiritually from the Stations of the Cross devotion with this sermon by Fr. Bernard Uttley, O.S.B., in the conclusion of his Holy Week series.  He also discusses the importance of spiritual reading.
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Two of the most difficult aspects of the Catholic life are addressed in these two sermons by Fr. Bernard Uttley, O.S.B.
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"Today, again, our Savior sets out in the morning for Jerusalem. His intention is to repair to the temple, and continue His yesterday's teachings. It is evident that His mission on earth is fast drawing to its close. He says to His disciples: 'You know that after two days shall be the Pasch, and the Son of Man shall be delivered up to be crucified.'" ~ Dom Gueranger, The Liturgical Year.
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For our Polish listeners, the third episode of The New Religion and the Catholic Response delves into the Magisterium and Infallibility with Fr. Trytka and host Luke Paczuski.
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