Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St. Joseph of Cupertino

Feast of St. Joseph of Cupertino, Confessor: Missa “Diléctio Dei” St. Joseph was born in 1603 at Cupertino, in the diocese of Nardo in the Kingdom of Naples. After spending his childhood and adolescence in simplicity and innocence, he finally joined the Franciscan Friars Minor Conventual. After his ordination to the holy priesthood, he gave…

Assumptiontide 2019 Bulletin

“And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.” Acts 2:42 Kalendar DAY DATE EVENT Notes SUN 18.08 In the Octave of the Dormition X Post Pent. 07:30 Morning Prayers Chapel 08:30 Mass & Homily StADM p.1395/833. Chapel 10:00 Breaking Fast Roedean Cafe MON 19.08 Feria…

Carissimi: Sunday’s Mass; In the Octave of the Dormition of the Mother of God; Comm. Xth Post Pentecost

Sunday in the Octave of The Dormition [/Assumption]; Commemoration of the Xth Sunday Post Pentecost: Missa “Gaudeámus omnes“ Holy Mother Church continues the celebration of these two feasts, the “Dormition [Assumption] of the Mother of God” which takes precedence over the continuing Octave of St Laurence, Deacon and martyr of Rome, also commemorated today. ”Octave” has…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Camillus de Lellis, Confessor

Feast of Saint Camillus de Lellis, Confessor and Religious Founder; commemoration of St Symphorosa & her Seven Sons, Martyrs: Missa “Majórem hæc dilectiónem” He was the son of an officer who had served both in the Neapolitan and French armies. His mother died when he was a child, and he grew up absolutely neglected. When still…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; SS. Mark & Marcellian, Martyrs

SS. Mark & Marcellian, Martyrs: Missa “Salus autem“ Mark and Marcellian (d. c.290), Roman martyrs. These martyrs are commemorated in the ancient Roman sacramentaries; their tomb, with frescoes of them and their companions, has been identified in the catacomb of St. Balbina. For the details of their Lives the only source is the unreliable 5th‐century Acts…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Venantius of Camerino, Martyr

St Venantius of Camerino, Martyr: Missa “Protexisti“ Venantius of Camerino (Italian: San Venanzio, also known as Saint Wigand) (died 18 May 251 or 253) is the patron saint of Camerino, Italy and Raiano, Italy. Christian tradition holds that he was a 15-year-old who was tortured, and martyred by decapitation at Camerino during the persecutions of Decius….

Carissimi; Today’s Liturgy: Good Friday

LITURGICAL SOLEMNITY IN COMMEMORATION OF  THE PASSION AND DEATH OF THE LORD The Mass of the Presanctified Good Friday is a day of very great mourning. Christ encounters death. The hold of death over all human lives extends even to the Head of humanity, the Son of God made man. But, as all Christians know,…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Monday Lent II

Monday Lent II: Missa “Rédime me” Collecta at Sts. Cosmas and Damian. The basilica of the two holy physicians stands in the Forum, having been adapted from the ancient templum Romuli and the templum sacrae urbis. The Station is at St. Clement. The Basilica of St. Clement (whose name is mentioned in the Canon of the Mass)…

Station Monday Lent II: Statio ad St Clementem

Grant, we pray Thee, Almighty God, that Thy servants, who afflict their bodies by fasting may also abstain from sin and follow after justice: through Our Lord… The Station today is at St. Clement’s. The oldest level is thought to be the titulus Clementis, one of the first parish churches in Rome, and probably belonged…

Quadragesima II 2019 Bulletin

“And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers.” Acts 2:42 Kalendar DAY DATE OFFICE NOTES SUN 17.03 St Patrick of Ireland Second in Lent 07:30 Morning Prayers Chapel 08:30 Mass & homily Chapel 10:00 Breaking fast Roedean Cafe MON 18.03 Feria II of Quadragesima II…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; S. Simeon of Jerusalem

S. Simeon, Bishop & Martyr: Missa“In virtúte tua” According to Eusebius (Church History, Book III, ch. 11), Saint Symeon is said to have been the son of Cleopas, otherwise called Alpheus, who was father also of Saint James the Lesser, of Saint Jude the Apostle, and of another son named Joseph. Alpheus, according to tradition, was…