Thank you, S. Armaticus, for sharing this. It the midst of the darkness overcoming us from Rome daily that just keeps getting darker, it is easy to forget that the light can never be entirely extinguished.
Please read these words for they are filled with the reality of the Truth, and I hope that they will give you a much needed boost as they have for me tonight.
Another reason why the blogs are so important in these times. And if you do not follow S. Armaticus, change that now!
High Altar, Co-Cathedral of St. John, Valletta, Malta
Today’s post please consider as a prayer request.
I haven’t been posting lately since I have been on the road. Today I write from the friendly confines of the Windy City. The Feast of the Ascension was spent in “the old neighborhood”, at St. John Cantius Church (see here). I grew up in an adjacent parish actually. But I digress… It has been about 4 years since I last attended mass at SJC and can honestly say that the church and the parish look and “FEEL” awesome (see here). The Restoration has borne exceptional fruit.(see here)
The mass offered on the Feast of the Ascensionof Our Lord was a proper mass sung by the Cantate Domino Choir and String Ensemble. The choir sang beautifully and the accompanying ensemble and organist did not disappoint.
As I was taking in…
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