Father B. Jerabek, J.C.L.Birmingham, Alabama (older posts from Rome, Italy)
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Previous posts here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Having listed several of the plenary indulgences that are available, I now would like to share some of the more common partial indulgences that we can obtain on a daily basis – and, indeed, multiple times in the … Continue reading
Previous posts here, here, here, here, here, and here. Following on yesterday’s post (the last “here” link above), I am now providing a list of some of the principal plenary indulgences that you can obtain on special occasions during the liturgical year. Again, these are taken … Continue reading
Previous posts here, here, here, here, and here. There are many plenary indulgences that have been granted by the Popes; with the exception of those that might have been granted for special occasions (e.g. World Youth Day), they are all listed in the … Continue reading
Previous posts here, here, and here. The Catholic Church’s teaching on indulgences is one of those things that our Protestant friends tend to shake their head at. At various points in the Church’s history there were certainly abuses in the … Continue reading
Previous posts here and here. As we saw in the previous article about indulgences, they are special gifts given to us by the Church to help us grow in holiness. By doing the works and saying the prayers specified we … Continue reading
Continuing in my series on indulgences, today I provide a more contemporary explanation, originally written by another priest in the Diocese of Birmingham and subsequently adapted/expanded by me with the help of another priest-friend of mine. Hopefully the examples provided … Continue reading