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Morning Roundup - Easter Tuesday - Die III infra octavam Paschae - Missa 'Aqua Sapientiae' - April 7th, 2015
- Aleteia (John Martignoni) >> Apologetics 101: Why Does the Bible Say Jesus Had Brothers?
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- Aleteia (Jason Evert) >> Being Against Gay Marriage Doesn't Make You a Hater
- Archdiocese of Washington (Msgr. Charles Pope) >> What Effect Will Pressure to Accept Same Sex Acts or “Marriage” Have on Church Teaching? None!
- Catholic Stand (Jennifer Hartline) >> “Gay” is the New Anti-Freedom: What I’ve Learned From Indiana’s RFRA
- Crisis Magazine (Arland K. Nichols) >> Why Surrogacy Violates Human Dignity
- Crisis Magazine (Stephen M. Krason) >> Christians Must Go on the Offensive Against Gay Mafia
- Da Mihi Animas (Padre Steve) >> St. Thomas Aquinas: 5 Reasons Christ Rose From The Dead
- Dominicana Blog (Br. Timothy Danaher, O.P.) >> Alleluia
- Fr. Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment (Fr. John Hunwicke) >> The Wall Street Journal ...
- Fr. Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment (Fr. John Hunwicke) >> CLAUSUM PASCHAE ("...As I understand it, since the Saturday in Easter Week was the Clausum Paschae, the Sunday after it, the English Low Sunday, was the First Sunday After the Close of Easter. So when Traditionalist Catholics and Prayer Book Anglicans call the following Sundays 'After Easter' they do not quite mean 'After Easter Sunday', but, technically and pedantically, 'After the Great Seven-day Festa Paschalia which stretch from the Easter Vigil until they "close" before the First Evensong of Low Sunday'... I am not, of course, suggesting that the remaining six weeks before Pentecost should lose their 'Eastertide' status. As Dix puts it, "After the Pascha the 'great 50 days' ... were already recognised [at the end of the second century] as a continuous festival, during which all penitential observances such as fasting and kneeling at corporate prayer were forbidden, as they were on ordinary Sundays also. ... just as for the Jews the fifty days of harvest between Passover and Pentecost symbolised the joyful fact of their possession of the Promised Land, so these fifty days symbolised for the Christian the fact that 'in Christ' he had already entered into the Kingdom of God. Like the weekly Sunday with which this period was associated both in thought and in the manner of its observance, the 'fifty days' manifested the 'world to come'."...").
- Fr. Z's Blog (Fr. John Zuhlsdorf) >> ASK FATHER: Blessed Sacrament in unattended church
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- Fr. Z's Blog (Fr. John Zuhlsdorf) >> ASK FATHER: Sequence ‘Victimae paschali laudes’ on Divine Mercy Sunday
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- LES FEMMES - THE TRUTH (Mary Ann Kreitzer) >> Our Help and Our Hope is in the Name of the Lord!
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- Traditional Catholic Priest (Fr. Peter Carota) >> Bible Readings Easter Tuesday
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