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Is It Really a Mortal Sin to Skip Sunday Mass? THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - October 21, 2014 ... from the preceding evening until midnight of the day – thus, a Saturday evening Mass (whether for the Sunday or for the Saturday, or a wedding Mass, etc) will fulfill the Sunday obligation. This is, however, a positive precept, rather than a negative one. This is significant since there can be no exceptions to negative precepts – there is never a case when a man is permitted to commit adultery or to lie, for example. However, a man may be excused from positive precepts for a ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2014/10/is-it-really-mortal-sin-to-skip-sunday.html

Saint Francis and the Liturgy VULTUS CHRISTI - October 4, 2014 Franciscans and the Liturgy: A Benedictine Point of View Here and there in the family of the Seraphic Saint Francis of Assisi one finds communities that glow with a warm love for liturgical prayer. I'm thinking, in particular of the Poor Ladies of Bethlehem Monastery in Barhamsville, Virginia, where a warm and glowing love for the Sacred Liturgy has been fostered for many years. I'm thinking also of the Conventual Franciscan Friar at the Basilica of ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/10/saint-francis-and-the-liturgy/

The Catholic Nook: Holy/Prayer Cards LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - September 4, 2014 ... Cards , whom I've ordered from before. Their latest email had this new web address, promoting materials for the upcoming beatification of Pope Paul VI in October. And so I started adding cards to my cart. :) Some for my nephews, some for me to add to my office collection. St. Nicholas for all of the kids for his feast day on December 6th. A few for friends. St. Isadore the Farmer for Henry, because I'm getting him a painted wooden St. Isadore for his Christmas stocking, isn't he smashing? This ...http://lifeofacatholiclibrarian.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-catholic-nook-holyprayer-cards.html