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The Gospel of Nicodemus in the Liturgy of Eastertide NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 3, 2015 ... the liturgy of approximately 50-100 years earlier, the period just after St Gregory the Great; in it, John 3, 1-16 is assigned to be read twice in Eastertide. The first occasion is on the Pascha annotinum , the anniversary of the previous year's Easter and baptism of the catechumens. The second is the Octave Day of Pentecost, the observance of which is, of course, much older than the feast of the Holy Trinity which we now keep on that Sunday. In his Treatises on the Gospel of St John (11.3), ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/hCQu6PZ7sT8/the-gospel-of-nicodemus-in-liturgy-of.html
Saint Michael De Sanctis: Patron of Cancer Patients CATHOLIC FIRE - April 10, 2015 Today is the feast of Saint Michael de Sanctis, also known as St. Michael of the Saints, a Spanish Discalced Trinitarian priest, the patron of cancer patients. Michael Argemir was born on September 29, 1591 at Vic, Catalonia, Spain. At age 6, he told his parents that he planned to become a monk and began modeling his life after Saint Francis of Assisi. Michael's parents died when ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/04/saint-michael-de-sanctis-patron-of.html
Feast of St. Joseph - The Most Forgotten Saint! BATTLE BEADS BLOG - March 19, 2015 Patron of the Universal Church St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal church is commemorated on On March 19. He is one of the most important Saint in the Catholic Church, second to the Blessed Mother. He was faithful, patient man, obedient to the demands of God and willingly accepted the hardships. St. Matthew calls him "a just man", illustrated by his loyalty in protecting and providing for his family. In 1870, Pius IX declared him patron and protector of ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2014/03/patron-of-universal-church-st.html
Saint of the Day: John of God DA MIHI ANIMAS - March 8, 2015 The following comes from the Women of Faith and Family site: Born at Montemoro Novo, Portugal, 8 March, 1495, of devout Christian parents; died at Granada, 8 March, 1550. The wonders attending the saints birth heralded a life many-sided in its interests, but dominated throughout by implicit fidelity to the grace of God. A Spanish priest whom he followed to Oropeza, Spain, in his ninth year left him in charge of the chief shepherd of the ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/03/saint-of-day-john-of-god.html