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Liturgy

A full guide to celebrate the 5th Sunday of Lent at home

Here you have the prayers, Readings, and everything else you need to celebrate with God’s Word

Why is the Annunciation celebrated on March 25?

The date of the the Annunciation was determined after establishing the day of Jesus' death.

Watch Sunday Mass online on these websites

Check out these websites to participate in the Mass while at home.

So, do I *have* to watch Mass since I can’t go?

There's no requirement to watch Mass when the obligation has been dispensed, but yes, the 3rd Commandment still applies!

This liturgy is perfect for quarantine

In fact, many of the members of the Church charged with this liturgy as an obligation spend their lives in a type of "social distancing."

A spiritual communion prayer when you can’t attend Mass

If you are not able to attend Mass on Sunday, you can still participate in it with a spiritual communion prayer.

Mass canceled? The Church is still at prayer!

Even if his church is closed, your priest will be there, standing as mediator between God and his parish.

How Wednesdays became fasting days in the Catholic Church

Wednesday may seem like an odd day to begin Lent, but it is similar to Friday in recalling Christ's Passion.

The Liturgy of the Hours for beginners

The Church gives us this official daily prayer to provide rhythm to our day and sanctify our time.

When does Lent start?

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, which in 2020 is on February 26.

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