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Evening Roundup - Monday of Passion Week (Feria of Passiontide) - Feria Secunda infra Hebdomadam Passionis - March 23rd, 2015
- ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP (Bishop Emeritus Rene Gracida) >> BUT IF THOUGHT CORRUPTS LANGUAGE, LANGUAGE CAN ALSO CORRUPT THOUGHT.” ― George Orwell, 1984
- Aggie Catholics (Marcel) >> Applause During Mass
- Aleteia (Mark Stricherz) >> Will a Catholic School Fire a Theology Teacher for "Anti-Gay" Remarks?
- Aleteia (John Burger) >> I Was a Christian Slave of ISIS
- Catholic Answers (Karl Keating) >> The Apologetics of 1915
- CatholicHerald.co.uk (Francis Phillips) >> Mercy doesn’t obscure a sinner’s need to repent
- CatholicHerald.co.uk (Catholic News Service) >> New auxiliary bishop appointed for Archdiocese of Washington
- CatholicHerald.co.uk (Staff Reporter) >> Requiem Mass is what Richard III would have wanted, says Cardinal Nichols
- Communio (Paul Zalonski) >> Jonathan Sacks on human ecology
- Da Mihi Animas (Padre Steve) >> Saint John Paul II: "Be prepared to undergo great trials"
- DCLatinMass.Com (rockcreekcatholic) >> Our Lady’s Center to host veneration of True Cross relic on March 27
- Fr Ray Blake's Blog >> The Rite of Prémontré
- Fr. Z's Blog (Fr. John Zuhlsdorf) >> LENTCAzT 34: Monday of the 5th Week of Lent – UPDATED
- Human Exceptionalism (National Review Online; Wesley J. Smith) >> Changed Mind About Euthanasia? Oh Hum.
- In the Light of the Law (Dr. Edward Peters) >> Martin O’Malley and magical words
- National Catholic Register Daily Blog (Edward Pentin) >> ‘Jesus of Nazareth’ Concluded Benedict XVI’s Theological Work, Secretary Says
- New Liturgical Movement (Peter Kwasniewski) >> How the Cistercians Can Help Us Disentangle the Washing of the Feet ("...On Holy Thursday preceding Easter, this ceremony had a special form, the mandatum of the poor. The porter chose as many poor men from the guesthouse as there were monks in the monastery, and these men were seated in this cloister gallery. The monks left the church after None, the abbot leading and the community following in order of seniority, until each monk was standing in front of a guest. The monks then honored the poor men by washing, drying, and kissing their feet and giving each one a coin (denier) provided by the cellarer. Later the same afternoon, the community mandatum was held, and it, too, had a special form on this day. In imitation of Christ washing the feet of the twelve disciples, the abbot washed, dried, and kissed the feet of twelve members of the community: four monks, four novices, and four lay brothers. His assistants then performed this ceremony for the entire community, including all monks from the infirmary who were able to walk, and all lay brothers...")
- Orbis Catholicus Travel Blog (John Sonnen) >> American Saint: Fr. Walter Ciszek, S.J.
- RORATE CÆLI (Joseph Shaw) >> Details of Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage confirmed
- Standing on My Head (Fr. Dwight Longenecker) >> The Terminator – Will the Machines Take Over?
- The Deacon's Bench (Deacon Greg Kandra) >> When nuns attack: Francis swarmed by cloistered groupies!
- The Imaginative Conservative (Christopher Nelson) >> Harnessing Moral Truth in Millennials
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