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QUICUMQUE VULT

Quicumque vult, known as the Athanasian Creed, is one of four creeds in the Catholic Church. It has a particularly strong emphasis on the Holy Trinity. Thus, it seems to be very important today, Trinity Sunday. The Latin phrase, quicumque vult, comes from the first words of the creed, whosoever…

May Crowning: Revisit 2019

The month of May will mirror the month of April in the realm of liturgical moratorium. Ohio bishops have decided to continue the suspension of Masses, and this will include the very special tradition known as May Crowning at your parish. Pope Pius XII, of holy memory, addressed the Queenship…

Elevation of the Eucharist

Being the Source and Summit of our Holy Catholic Faith, the Eucharist undoubtedly inspires a sense of awe in Faithful Catholics that few things on earth could ever manage to do. From the uttering of devout, silent prayers in honor of the Sacrament Most Holy, to the anxious anticipation of…

April: Month of the Eucharist

It is interesting to note that the month of April has been traditionally dedicated to the Most Holy Eucharist. This is remarkable because of the position Catholics have found themselves to be in. Instead of making strides to keep the Faith alive and active in the midst of Caesar’s edict,…