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What a great way to start the Easter season! The August 2018-July 2019 Catholic Daily Planner by Michele Quigley is on sale until April 8.  Save 15%! I have tried other planners before, and I always come back to Michele’s planner.  I build my planning around the Liturgical Year, and this planner has it all […]

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Juan de Juanes, The Last Supper, c. 1560s Holy Week began March 25, 2018.  This is a compilation of all my Holy Week and Easter related posts. Various Posts for Reading, Reflection, Planning, Triduum Palm Sunday Passiontide and the Veiling of Images  A Catholic PSA for Palm Sunday: Treat the Blessed Palms with Reverence Holy Thursday: Holy Thursday […]

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Family in Feast and Feria by Jennifergmiller - 1w ago

This is an update to 2017’s Paschal Candle design. Make your own paschal candle for home. Use a simple tall white glass candle (available at most grocery stores) or a tall 3″ x 9″ pillar candle.  Another possibility would be a tall (8″) beeswax candle in imitation of the beeswax candle used at church. Paschal […]

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I’d say my Lent has begun a bit early. I’ve been struggling with headaches and migraines and eye problems since 2018 began.  And writing and computer work is the first thing that I lose when I have these problems. Hence, no Lenten posts from me so far. I hope to get some thoughts typed up […]

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Family in Feast and Feria by Jennifergmiller - 1w ago

I’ve mentioned here that my brother Joe has ALS. Joe has decided to blog the journey. He already has eight thoughtful and meaty posts. He and my sister-in-law are amazing and so beautiful inside and out. Go read and be inspired: https://joeschronicals.wordpress.com/

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My latest post at CatholicCulture.org. This post was originally published in January 2014. It is revised and now includes the 1962 Extraordinary Form dates for Christmas. This post contains tables which may not be easily displayed on mobile devices. The Christmas season ended on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. Or did it? It […]

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I’m a little late posting this to my blog. My sincere apologies. My Epiphany post for CatholicCulture.org: In the Book of Blessings or Roman Ritual, there is a traditional home blessing, usually done on Epiphany or during the Christmas season. I have written a few times about the traditions of Epiphany, including the Diversity of […]

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I love the artistic talents of LeeAnn Balbirona. She has brought back her Quarterly calendar idea and offering a free calendar download of the whole year to color. It’s gorgeous! She also shared a January 2018 sketch to color. Follow her blog at Apostle to Suburbia for all her artistic musings on the Liturgical Year. Be […]

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My latest post at Catholicculture.org… Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men of good will. On the first Christmas night, the angels announced these glad tidings to the poor shepherds in the fields surrounding Bethlehem. Since then, Christmastime is cited as the time of peace. It is said because the […]

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This was a Catholic Culture post during Advent that I never put on my blog. I’m posting it in entirety here: Several years ago my sons and I listened quite slowly to the whole series of Narnia by C. S. Lewis on audio in our car. It was a delightful journey. We really enjoyed the […]

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