Father B. Jerabek, J.C.L.Birmingham, Alabama (older posts from Rome, Italy)
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Today is also the Feast of Our Lady of Humility, the Madonna that is venerated in the main chapel of our residence for American priests here in Rome. This is just a local feast for our chapel, and by visiting it … Continue reading
It is customary – and indeed, the Church grants a plenary indulgence for it – to recite the ancient hymn Te Deum in a church on this, the last day of the year. It is a hymn of thanksgiving to God … Continue reading
On October 7, 1571, Christian forces defeated the Ottoman Turks in a battle at the Port of Lepanto in Western Greece (now called the Gulf of Corinth). Thanks to this great victory, Europe remained a Christian continent. Pope Pius V … Continue reading
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