Posts filed under Stations of the Cross

Pray the Stations of the Cross at the St Raphael’s site Saturday mornings at 9

I very much welcome this new weekly event, Saturday mornings at 9: the Stations of the Cross at the once-and-future site of Saint Raphael Cathedral. Monsignor Holmes led us today, and I believe that in coming weeks the seminarians (such as John Winkowich, carrying the processional cross) will be helping to lead this. I love… (read more)

Corpus Christi procession with Bishop Morlino

Wonderful Catholic Happenings I Neglected to Blog

Happier than a bird with a french fry

At the young adult group “Spirit and Truth” at the Cathedral Parish, one time the icebreaker question was “what’s your pet peeve?” Monsignor Holmes’ was “when the neighbors’ chickens get in my backyard.” That’s Holy Redeemer Church over on the right. In the hippie neighbors’ backyard, their coop. I was delighted. I love chickens (alive)…. (read more)

Inside Holy Redeemer School

For the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, I wanted to post some pictures of inside the Holy Redeemer school building, which features the mural above hidden away in a little basement corridor… and many other wonderful secrets. But first a picture of the explosion of florae that were presented to Our Lady at last… (read more)

The Year of Faith, an important time of renewal

Our Cathedral Parish is a prime place to be, to live the Year of Faith which the Holy Father has invited us all to embark on. His Apostolic Letter Porta Fide introduced this and directed us especially to study of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (this year is its 20th anniversary) and the documents… (read more)

To get to a new Cathedral we must walk the Way of the Cross

We are going to Sinsinawa… yes!

I am looking forward to the next Cathedral Parish pilgrimage, this June 16th, which will visit sites associated with Venerable Father Samuel Mazzuchelli, a holy Dominican pioneer missionary priest, now on the path to Sainthood, who did much for the spread of the Gospel in Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin, founding numerous parishes and an order… (read more)

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