Category Archives: liturgy

Happy Easter!

To all readers of the blog, a most happy and blessed Easter to you all! The darkness of Lent is ended and the brightness of Easter shines forth in full force. One of the perks of working at a Catholic … Continue reading

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Alumni Volunteer Winter Retreat

Oddly enough, one thing that the Alumni Discernment and Volunteer Program did not feature until this year was a retreat for the young men in service to the school. A retreat would allow the young men in the program to … Continue reading

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Advent

Happy (liturgical) New Year! Start donning those royal purples and practicing your Aramaic exhortations – the Advent season is upon us once again. Of course, much more important than the season’s liturgical color or meditating on “maranatha” is to do what … Continue reading

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Eucharist on an off day

Today is a “light” day for the staff at St. Ignatius. Classes are not in session due to parent-teacher conferences yesterday, Students are possibly still sleeping at this early afternoon hour. For that matter, perhaps some faculty are as well … Continue reading

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Too good to be true?

From my much beloved source for all things liturgical, The New Liturgical Movement: Motu Proprio on a New Liturgical Movement? BY GREGOR KOLLMORGEN   Andrea Tornielli, the most reliable vaticanista of this pontificate, has the following news, which we give you here … Continue reading

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