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The Empty Tabernacle of Good Friday

By Fr. Boniface Hicks, OSB April 15, 2022 In my experience of the Triduum at Saint Vincent Archabbey, a particularly ...
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A Priest’s Perspective on Holy Thursday

By Fr. Boniface Hicks, OSB April 11, 2022 One of my favorite parts of Holy Thursday is the extended period ...

From Triumphal Entry to the Cross: Did Jesus Really Think God Had Forsaken Him?

By John Bergsma April 4, 2022 The readings for Palm Sunday might seem bipolar or schizophrenic, but they help us ...

The Bible in the Liturgy and the Liturgy in the Bible

By Mike Aquilina March 28, 2022 You're in church, and you've just heard a reading from the Old Testament and ...

There Would Be No Scriptures without the Church

By Mike Aquilina March 21, 2022 "You search the Scriptures, because you think that in them you have eternal life; ...
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How Much Do You Know about the Sacraments?

    The sacraments were part of God's plan from the very beginning—how much do you know about them? Find ...

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