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Ashes and Incense QUANTUM THEOLOGY - April 16, 2017 ... black silk shirt. A white pall flows over the coffin. The alb slides over my head. "See in this white garment the outward sign of your Christian dignity." Water from the aspersorium splashes against my hand, and arcs overhead. Renew me. The sacrament of salvation lies broken in my hand, and I breathe in ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2017/04/ashes-and-incense.html

Crux Fidelis Faithful Cross the Glory of the Cross DOMINUS VOBISCUM, ET CUM SPIRITU TUO. - April 15, 2017 Crux fidelis, inter omnes Arbor una nobilis! Nulla silva talem profert, Fronde, flore, germine, Dulce lignum, dulces clavos, Dulce pondus sustinet. Faithful Cross! above all other, One and only noble Tree! None in foliage, none in blossom, None in fruit thy peer may be; Sweetest wood and sweetest iron, Sweetest weight is hung on thee. 1 Pange, lingua, gloriosi,Laureamhttp://rachelanne25.blogspot.com/2017/04/crux-fidelis-faithful-cross-glory-of.html

The Ballad of Judas Iscariot and the Burden of Lent CRISIS MAGAZINE - April 10, 2017 Lent is a burden and a blessing. It calls Catholics to crawl beneath the weight of themselves to the Cross of Christ and come face to face with who they are. No one will be content with that vision. Most would rather hide from themselves, burying their being deep beneath distractions and denials. Lent is a summons, and as such, Lent is a burden—it is the burden of self and sin. But it is different than the burden of the damned. Christ did not promise to free His ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/q4XqRvhJTf4/ballad-judas-iscariot-burden-lent