Wednesday, April 4, 2007
Stational Church: Wednesday in Holy Week
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Today's Stational Church is at the Basilica of St. Mary Major.  Information is from the Canon Regulars of St. John Cantius:
Could we have a more powerful leader to Jesus Christ on this, the last day of preparation, than Mary, our Most Holy Mother? Into thy hands, dearest Mother, we place the humble efforts we have made since Ash Wednesday. Mother of Our Savior, carry them, together with thy own most worthy and most pleasing merits, to the throne of divine mercy. Petition the eternal Father that through the infinite merits of His Son and through thy powerful intercession, He would "look down on this His family for which our Lord Jesus Christ hesitated not to be delivered up into the hands of wicked man, and to undergo the torment of the Cross."

If a few hours separate us from the arrival of the Paschal Mysteries. "Behold, the Savior comes. Behold His reward is with Him and His work before Him."

Only all men the Savior died — for Mary and for Judas, and for all who stand between these two. The winepress of the Cross has made one "Queen of all the Saints," and the other—God only knows! Lord, turn not away thy face from Thy servant. Mary, my Mother, pray for me that the Divine Blood of Thy Son be to me a laver of redemption and of life.

2 comments:

del_button March 27, 2013 at 7:05 AM
Heather said...

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May God♥ Bless you always!

del_button March 31, 2013 at 7:58 PM
Matthew said...

Dear Heather, thank you for following the blog! Also, please visit my site at CatechismClass.com for any catechism materials that you or people you know many need.

God bless you! Christus Resurrexit!

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