Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Saturday Lent IV

Saturday Lent IV: Missa “Sitiéntes” The Collecta today is at the Church of St. Angelius “in piscibus.” The gathering of the faithful today was near the fish market; the church was in existence before the Eighth Century. The seven martyred sons of St. Symphorosa repose here. The Station is at St. Nicholas in Carcere Over sixty…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Friday Lent IV

Friday Lent IV: Missa “Meditátio cordis mei” Today’s Collecta is at the Church of St. Vitus in “Macello Livice.” Station at the Church of St. Eusebius The assembly of the faithful was appointed for today at a church once called ad Lunam. During the Seventh Century, when St. Vitus was a popular Italian saint, this church…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Thursday Lent IV

Thursday Lent IV; commemoration of St Isidore of Seville: Missa “Lætétur cor” Today’s Collecta is at the Church of St. Quiricus with the Station at St. Martin “ad montes” The Church of St. Quiricus (at one time St. Quiricus and Julitta, Oriental martyrs) is at the foot of the Quirinal hill. Through the zeal of…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Monday Lent IV

Monday Lent IV: Missa “Deus, in nómine tuo” The church of the Collecta, built in the seventh century, is the location for today’s Holy Mass. The church is the Station at the Church of the Four Holy Crowned Martyrs. Their relics are venerated in this sanctuary along with the head of the martyr St. Sebastian, an…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Saturday Lent IV

Saturday Lent IV: Missa “Sitiéntes” The Collecta today is at the Church of St. Angelius “in piscibus.” The gathering of the faithful today was near the fish market; the church was in existence before the Eighth Century. The seven martyred sons of St. Symphorosa repose here. The Station is at St. Nicholas in Carcere Over sixty…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Friday Lent IV

Friday Lent IV: Missa “Meditátio cordis mei” Today’s Collecta is at the Church of St. Vitus in “Macello Livice.” Station at the Church of St. Eusebius The assembly of the faithful was appointed for today at a church once called ad Lunam. During the Seventh Century, when St. Vitus was a popular Italian saint, this church…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Thursday Lent IV

Thursday Lent IV: Missa “Lætétur cor” Today’s Collecta is at the Church of St. Quiricus with the Station at St. Martin “ad montes” The Church of St. Quiricus (at one time St. Quiricus and Julitta, Oriental martyrs) is at the foot of the Quirinal hill. Through the zeal of Pope Symmachus, two oratories were erected…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Monday Lent IV

Monday Lent IV: Missa “Deus, in nómine tuo” The church of the Collecta, built in the seventh century, is the location for today’s Holy Mass. The church is the Station at the Church of the Four Holy Crowned Martyrs. Their relics are venerated in this sanctuary along with the head of the martyr St. Sebastian, an…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Thursday Lent IV

Thursday Lent IV: Missa “Lætétur cor” Today’s Collecta is at the Church of St. Quiricus with the Station at St. Martin “ad montes” The Church of St. Quiricus (at one time St. Quiricus and Julitta, Oriental martyrs) is at the foot of the Quirinal hill. Through the zeal of Pope Symmachus, two oratories were erected…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Monday Lent IV

Monday Lent IV: Missa “Deus, in nómine tuo” The church of the Collecta, built in the seventh century, is the location for today’s Holy Mass. The church is the Station at the Church of the Four Holy Crowned Martyrs. Their relics are venerated in this sanctuary along with the head of the martyr St. Sebastian, an…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass… St Joseph, Husband of the BVM

St Joseph, Husband of the BVM; Comm. Saturday in Passiontide I: Missa “Justus ut palma florebit” The Church always honors St. Joseph with Mary and Jesus, especially during the Christmas solemnities. This day’s Gospel is indeed that of December 24th. A Coptic calendar tells us that St. Joseph was liturgically honored in a special way…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Thursday Lent IV

Thursday Lent IV: Missa “Lætétur cor” Today’s Collecta is at the Church of St. Quiricus with the Station at St. Martin “ad montes” The Church of St. Quiricus (at one time St. Quiricus and Julitta, Oriental martyrs) is at the foot of the Quirinal hill. Through the zeal of Pope Symmachus, two oratories were erected…