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  • Stational Churches (Virtually visit one each day and pray)

    02/16/2010 6:16:10 PM PST · by Salvation · 127 replies · 2,131+ views
    Stational Churches   The list of stational Churches, along with prayers: Recite these prayers and you will be joining your prayers with those of the pilgrims in Rome who are actually able to physically visit the different Churches. You will also be participating in a 15 centuries-old Roman Catholic tradition. Be sure to check out the website of St. John Cantius for all your Lenten curiousities. The Vatican also has a website set aside for the stations that starts on Ash Wednesday and ends the Sunday after Easter Sunday. Stational Churches: Ash WednesdayThursday after Ash WednesdayFriday after Ash WednesdaySaturday after...
  • Lent Stational Churches: 25 March 2003

    03/25/2003 8:15:48 AM PST · by StAthanasiustheGreat · 78+ views
    St. John Cantius' Website ^ | 25 March 2003 | unknown
    TUESDAY IN THE THIRD WEEK OF LENT Station—St. Prudentiana The church of St. Prudentiana, on the Viminal Hill, was one of the most venerated places for Roman Christians. St. Prudentiana lived here with her sister, St. Praxedes. Here, St. Peter received hospitality and the first Christians often assembled. Today, this church stands rather forgotten because it was closed for a very long time. We turn to St. Prudentiana on this day. May she obtain for us by her powerful prayers: 1. The grace of mutual forgiveness, so that we may be able to say in truth: "Forgive us our trespasses,...
  • Lent Stational Churches: Monday of the Third Week of Lent

    03/24/2003 6:01:03 AM PST · by StAthanasiustheGreat · 1 replies · 75+ views
    St. John Cantius' Website ^ | 24 March 2003 | unknown
    MONDAY IN THE THIRD WEEK OF LENT Station—St. Mark's In the historic center of the city, near Piazza Venezia, stands the elegant basilica of St. Mark. St. Mark had a very important role in the evangelization work in the Rome of his time, and after the death of the Apostles, it was in this city that he wrote the Gospel of Mark. The more sincerely we enter into each Lenten day, the more perfectly will the Holy Eucharist transform us and the more pleasing to God will be our Lenten efforts. Our spiritual life will take on a freshness, like...
  • Stational Churches for Lent: Sunday of the Third Week in Lent

    03/23/2003 6:12:14 AM PST · by StAthanasiustheGreat · 1 replies · 73+ views
    St. John Cantius' Website ^ | 23 March 2003 | unknown
    THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT Station—St. Lawrence Outside the Walls The stational Mass brings us to another basilica, St. Lawrence Outside the Walls, erected by the Emperor Constantine in the year 330. As the basilica is near the Verano cemetery and above ancient catacombs, where the bodies of the martyred St. Lawrence, St. Stephen and St. Justin were laid to rest, the penitential character of the Lenten Station takes on particular significance. On this day, the catechumens of old were taken to the tomb of St. Lawrence, the illustrious deacon whose "eyes were ever towards the Lord." Today, they had to...