Jun. 1, 2019

June is the Month the Church Dedicates to the Sacred Heart and the Most Blessed Sacrament

“Sinners shall find in My Heart the source and the infinite ocean of mercy. Tepid souls shall grow fervent. Fervent souls shall quickly mount to high perfection.”

The devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus was officially recognized and approved by Pope Clement XIII in 1765, seventy-five years after the death of Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque to whom Christ appeared and revealed His Sacred Heart as a symbol of His love for mankind. In 1794, Pope Pius VI issued a decree approving the devotion and granting indulgences to those who practice it. On June 11, 1899, in what he referred to as "the great act" of his pontificate, Pope Leo XIII solemnly consecrated all mankind to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.


The Twelve Promises of the Sacred Heart to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque:

1. "I will give them all the graces necessary in their state of life."
2. "I will establish peace in their homes."
3. "I will comfort them in their afflictions."
4. "I will be their secure refuge during life, and above all in death."
5. "I will bestow a large blessing upon all their undertakings."
6. "Sinners shall find in My Heart the source and the infinite ocean of mercy."
7. "Tepid souls shall grow fervent."
8. "Fervent souls shall quickly mount to high perfection."
9. "I will bless every place where a picture of My Heart shall be set up and honored."
10. "I will give to priests the gift of touching the most hardened hearts."
11. "Those who shall promote this devotion shall have their names written in My Heart, never to be blotted out."
12. "I promise thee in the excessive mercy of My Heart that My all-powerful love will grant to all those who communicate on the First Friday in nine consecutive months, the grace of final penitence; they shall not die in My disgrace nor without receiving the Sacraments; My Divine Heart shall be their safe refuge in this last moment."


Click here, for how to fulfill the Nine First Fridays Devotion to the Sacred Heart.



Heart of Jesus, infinitely holy and merciful Heart, I give myself to thee without reserve, and for ever. I abandon to thy care my present and my future; under thy protection, and for thy greater glory, I wish to commence, continue, and terminate all my actions. I confide to thy love every day of my life, and will repeat every morning, in union with the holy sacrifice of the mass, this filial consecration. Thy Heart, O Jesus, shall henceforth be my consolation. I will invoke it in my trials, in my difficulties, in my fears. Banish from my mind every desire, every resolution and action which is not conformable to thy holy will. Suffer me not to yield to temptation, preserve me in purity of heart; be thou to me a buckler against my own weakness every moment of my life, be thou my help in death, and my reward in eternity. Amen.

Jesus, most charitable, Jesus, meek and humble of heart, forgive our sins, give thy peace to our souls, remember us in thy kingdom!

May the Heart of Jesus be everywhere loved.

Jesus, meek and humble of heart, render my heart like unto thine.

Taken from: The Manual of the Scared Heart, Edition 1866



O adorable heart of my Saviour Jesus, loving heart of my good master, how great is thy tenderness to have remained for me in the divine Eucharist! Alas, thy creatures forget thy love, despise thy complaints, and withdraw themselves from thee; forgetting that, in thy agony in the garden, thou didst endure all bitterness of our sins. We now again by our inequities renew thy sorrows. Thou languishes here with love and sadness, and how few think of thee, care for thee, or are touched by thy loneliness. Let me at least, sensible to thy sorrows, listen to thy tender complaint, for I desire to repair the outrages which are unceasingly directed against thee. Prostrate, annihilated in spirit before the holy tabernacle in which thou dost display thy love, I beseech thee to pardon my sins, and those of the whole world, for their contempt and indifference, their insults and their sacrilege. If I cannot wash away with my blood my own faults, and those of all thy guilty children, may I at least silently weep over the outrages of which thou art the victim. Oh that I could dispose of the hearts of all mankind, and fill them with regret and gratitude, in order to offer them to thy love as the only homage which it desires to receive. Lord Jesus, I offer myself as holocaust. Behold my heart, purify it, consume it with love, sacrifice it to thy will, that henceforth I may love thee only, and live only to love thee. Guard thou my heart, lest I should reclaim it, hide it in thy wounds as in a safe asylum, so that there I may live and die in order to be united to thee for ever. Amen!

Taken from: The Manual of the Scared Heart, Edition 1866



O most merciful Jesus, thou who art inflamed with so ardent a love for souls, I conjure thee by the agony of thy sacred heart, and by the dolours of thy immaculate mother, to purify in thy blood all sinners throughout the world who are now in their agony, and who will to-day depart this life.

Agonising heart of Jesus, have mercy on the dying.

Taken from: The Manual of the Scared Heart, Edition 1866


Below listed are the feasts falling in June 2019:

June 1: FIRST SATURDAY/St. Angela Merici Virgin, Double.


June 2: VI Sunday after Easter, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Marcellinus, Peter, and Erasmus Bishop, Martyrs.

June 3: Mass of the Season

June 4: St. Francis Caracciolo Confessor, Double.

June 5: St. Boniface Bishop and Martyr, Double.

June 6: St. Norbert Bishop and Confessor, Double.

June 7: FIRST FRIDAY/Mass of the Season.

June 8: Vigil of Whitsunday (Pentecost), Double (Fasting & Partial Abstinence).


June 9: Whit Sunday (Pentecost) with an Octave, Double of the I Class.

June 10: Whit Monday, Double.

June 11: Whit Tuesday, Double.

June 12: EMBER WEDNESDAY/Whit Wednesday, Double.

June 13: Whit Thursday, Double.

June 14: EMBER FRIDAY/Whit Friday, Double.

June 15: EMBER SATURDAY/Whit Saturday, Double.


June 16: Holy Trinity Sunday, Double of the I Class.


June 17: Mass of the Season

June 18: St. Ephraem Syrus Deacon, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Mark and Marcellianus Martyrs.

June 19: St. Juliana Falconieri Virgin, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Gervase and Protase Martyrs.

June 20: Corpus Christi, Double of the I Class; Commemoration of St. Silverius Pope and Martyr.

June 21: St. Aloysius Gonzaga Confessor, Double.

June 22: St. Paulinus Bishop and Confessor, Double.


June 23: II Sunday after Pentecost, Double.

June 24: The Nativity of St. John the Baptist, Double of the I Class.

June 25: St. William (of Monte-Vergine), Abbot, Double.

June 26: Ss. John and Paul Martyrs, Double.

June 27: Mass of the Season.

June 28: Sacred Heart of Jesus, Double of the I Class; Commemoration of St. Irenaeus Bishop and Martyr; Commemoration of the Vigil of Ss. Peter and Paul.

June 29: Ss. Peter and Paul Apostles, Double of the I Class.


June 30: III Sunday after Pentecost, Double; Commemoration of St. Paul Apostle; Commemoration of St. Peter Apostle.


Sweet Heart of Jesus, be thou my love.
(300 days' indulgence)


May. 1, 2019

May is the Month the Church Dedicates to the Most Blessed Virgin Mary

Regina Cæli Lætare.
(To be prayed from Easter Sunday to Trinity Sunday instead of the Angelus)

Triumph, O Queen of Heaven, to see, Alleluia,

The sacred Infant born to thee, Alleluia:

Spring up in glory from the tomb, Alleluia:

O by thy prayers prevent our doom, Alleluia.

℣. Rejoice and be glad, O Virgin Mary! Alleluia

℟. Because our Lord is truly risen, Alleluia.

Let us pray.

O God, who, by the resurrection of thy Son our Lord Jesus Christ, has vouchsafed to gladden the world, grant, we beseech thee, that, by the intercession of the Virgin Mary, his Mother, we may receive the joys of eternal life. Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.


Click here, to read the book, ‘The Month of Mary, according to St. Francis of Sales.’


Click here, for prayers to the Blessed Virgin Mary.


Below listed are the feasts falling in May 2019:

May 1: St. Joseph the Workman, Double of the I Class.

May 2: St. Athanasius, Bishop, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.

May 3: FIRST FRIDAY/Invention of the Holy Cross, Double of the II Class; Commemoration of Ss. Alexander, Pope, Eventius and Theodulus Martyrs, and Juvenal, Bishop and Confessor.

May 4: FIRST SATURDAY/St. Monica Widow, Double.


May 5: II Sunday after Easter, Double; Commemoration of St. Pius V Pope and Confessor.

May 6: St. John Apostle before the Latin Gate, Greater Double.

May 7: St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr, Double.

May 8: Apparition of St. Michael, Greater Double.

May 9: St. Gregory Nazianzen Bishop, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.

May 10: St. Antoninus Bishop and Confessor, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Gordian and Epimachus Martyrs.

May 11: Ss. Philip and James (the Less) Apostles, Double of the II Class.


May 12: III Sunday after Easter, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Nereus, Achilleus, Domitilla Virgin, and Pancras Martyrs.

May 13: St. Robert Bellarmine Bishop, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.

May 14: Commemoration of St. Boniface (of Tarsus), Martyr.

May 15: St. John Baptist de la Salle Confessor, Double.

May 16: St. Ubald Bishop and Confessor, Simple.

May 17: St. Paschal Baylon Confessor, Double.

May 18: St. Venantius Martyr, Double.


May 19: IV Sunday after Easter, Double; Commemoration of St. Peter Celestine Pope and Confessor; Commemoration of St. Pudentiana Virgin.

May 20: St. Bernardine of Siena Confessor, Simple.

May 21: Mass of the Season

May 22: Mass of the Season

May 23: Mass of the Season

May 24: Mary, Help of Christians.

May 25: St. Gregory VII Pope and Confessor, Double; Commemoration of St. Urban I Pope and Martyr.


May 26: V Sunday after Easter, Double; Commemoration of St. Philip Neri Confessor; Commemoration of St. Eleutherius Pope and Martyr.

May 27: Rogation Day (Lesser Litanies); St. Bede the Venerable Confessor and Doctor of the Church; Commemoration of St. John I Pope and Martyr, Double.

May 28: Rogation Day (Lesser Litanies); St. Augustine (of Canterbury), Bishop and Confessor, Double.

May 29: Rogation Day (Lesser Litanies); Vigil of Ascension; St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi Virgin, Simple.

May 30: Ascension Thursday, Double of the I Class; Novena for Pentecost (May 31, 2019 - June 8, 2019).

May 31: Blessed Virgin Mary, QUEEN, Double of the II Class; Commemoration of St. Petronilla Virgin.


Pray for us O Holy Mother of God; that we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ!


Apr. 1, 2019

April is the Month the Church Dedicates to the Holy Face


“I have given my body to the strikers, and my checks to them that plucked them: I have not turned away my face from them that rebuked me, and spit upon me.”
(Isaias, l. 6)


"By offering My Face to My Eternal Father, nothing will be refused, and the conversion of many sinners will be obtained."
(Our Lord to Sr. Marie de Saint-Pierre, Nov 1846)




Promises of Our Lord Jesus Christ to Sr. Mary of St. Peter, Discalced Carmelite Nun of Tours, France, in favor of those who honor His Holy Face:

1. “By My Holy Face you shall work miracles.”

2. “By My Face you will obtain the conversion of many sinners.”

3. “Nothing that you ask in making this offering will be refused to you.”

4. “If you knew how pleasing the sight of My Face is to My Father.”

5. “As in a kingdom you can procure all you wish for with a coin marked with the King's effigy, so in the Kingdom of Heaven you will obtain all you desire with the precious coin of My Holy Face.”

6. “Our Lord has promised me that He will imprint His divine likeness on the souls of those who honor His most holy Countenance.”

7. “All those who honor My Holy Face in a spirit of reparation will, by so doing, perform the office of the pious Veronica.”

8. “According to the care you take in making reparation to My Face, disfigured by blasphemies, so will I take care of yours, which has been disfigured by sin. I will reprint therin My image and render it as beautiful as it was on leaving the Baptismal font.”

9. “Our Lord promised me that all those who defend His cause in this work of reparation, by words, by prayers, or in writing, He will defend them before His Father; at their death He will purify their souls by effacing all the blots of sin and will restore to them their primitive beauty.”


Act of Reparation for Blasphemy

May the most holy, most sacred, most adorable, most mysterious and unutterable Name of God, be praised, blessed, loved, adored and glorified in heaven, and on earth by the Sacred Heart of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, in the most Holy Sacrament of the altar, and by all God's creatures. Amen.



• Eternal Father, I offer Thee the adorable Face of Thy beloved Son for the honor and glory of Thy Holy Name, for the conversion of sinners and the salvation of dying souls.

• Eternal Father, I ask of Thee as many souls as was the number of the drops of Blood as Thy Divine Son shed in His Passion. (She was given a vision of Hell and the multitude of souls falling in, and was invited to pray for poor sinners. Dec. 21, 1846).

• Eternal Father, I offer Thee Our Savior, Jesus Christ for the expiation of my sins and for the needs of Holy Church.

• Our Lord told Sister Marie de Saint-Pierre on March 16, 1844, “Oh if you only knew what great merit you acquire by saying even once, ‘Admirable is the Name of God,’ in the spirit of reparation of blasphemy.” (say often)

• Be merciful to us, O my God and reject not our prayers, when amid our afflictions, we call upon Thy Holy Name and seek with love and confidence Thine adorable Face.

• Eternal Father, I offer Thee the Holy Face of Jesus, covered with Blood, Sweat, dust and spittle, in reparation for the crimes of communists, blasphemers and by the profaners of His Holy Name and of the Holy Day of Sunday.

Taken from: www.todayscatholicworld.com/ap06tcw.htm


Below listed are the feasts falling in April 2019:

April 1: Mass of the Season

April 2: St. Francis of Paula Confessor, Double.

April 3: Mass of the Season

April 4: St. Isidore Bishop, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.

April 5: FIRST FRIDAY/St. Vincent Ferrer Confessor, Double/The Precious Blood (Friday after the IV Sunday of Lent).

April 6: FIRST SATURDAY/Mass of the Season



April 7: I Sunday of the Passion (Passion Sunday), Double of the I Class.

April 8: Mass of the Season

April 9: Mass of the Season

April 10: Mass of the Season

April 11: St. Leo I Pope, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.

April 12: Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Greater Double; Commemoration of the Feria.

April 13: Commemoration of St. Hermenegild Martyr.


April 14: II Sunday of the Passion (Sunday in Palms), Double of the I Class.

April 15: Monday in the Holy Week (Jesus curses the fig tree).

April 16: Tuesday in the Holy Week (Cleansing of the temple).

April 17: Wednesday in the Holy Week (Judas Iscariot plans his treachery).

April 18: Maundy Thursday.
                    [PART I: Until the Last Supper]
                    [PART II: After the Last Supper]

April 19: Good Friday.
                    [Part I - The Morning]
                    [Part II - The Afternoon]
                    [Part III - The Evening]
                    [Part IV - Reproaches, Plaint, & Prayers]

April 20: Holy Saturday (A day of Fasting & COMPLETE Abstinence).
                   [Part I - The descent into Limbo]
                   [Part II - The Mother most Desolate]



April 21: EASTER SUNDAY, the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ, with an Octave, Double of the I Class.

April 22: Easter Monday, Double.

April 23: Easter Tuesday, Double.

April 24: Easter Wednesday, Double.

April 25: Easter Thursday, Double.

April 26: Easter Friday, Double.

April 27: Easter Saturday, Double.


April 28: Low Sunday, Double of the I Class.

April 29: St. Peter of Verona Martyr, Double; St. Robert, Abbot of Molesme (Liturgical Calendar of France).

April 30: St. Catherine of Siena Virgin, Double.


Admirable is the Name of God!


Mar. 1, 2019

March is the Month the Church Dedicates to St. Joseph


“Ite Ad Joseph”

“Go to Joseph”

(Gen, xli. 55)


(300 days indulgence granted by Pope Pius IX, 26th June 1863, applicable to the dead.)

Remember, most pure spouse of the blessed Virgin Mary, my amiable protector St. Joseph, that it is unheard of that any one ever had recourse to thy protection, and implored thy help, without receiving consolation. Full of this confidence in thy power, I come before thee and recommend myself to thee with fervour. Ah! despise not my prayer, O dear foster-father of our Redeemer, but graciously hear and obtain my request. Amen.

Taken from: The Manual of the Sacred Heart, 1866


The devotion which our Holy Mother the Church desires us to pay to St. Joseph, is, after the homage rendered to Jesus Christ and His Blessed Mother, of all devotions the most just, solid, and reasonable. The influence of this Saint is immense;… that of all the blessed inhabitants of Heaven, none can be found who has so much power with God, save one only exception, his Immaculate Spouse, the ever Blessed Virgin Mother of God. Reason, religion, the authority of our Holy Mother the Church, the testimony of the Saints, and the example of so many holy souls in all ages, since the Incarnation of our Blessed Redeemer, prove, beyond any doubt, the immense influence which the beloved foster-father of Jesus enjoys in heaven. The Eternal Father confided to the care of St. Joseph the two most precious treasures which he possessed on earth; viz., Jesus and Mary. What a sublime honour for St. Joseph! What confidence Almighty God must have placed in him! What influence this unheard of privilege must give him over the heart of God! When a king confides to one of his favourites all that is dearest to him on earth, he certainly bestows an immense honour upon him, and naturally feels disposed to grant this privileged being any favours he may desire for himself or his friends—should he act otherwise, he would be condemned as being insensible to the services rendered to his majesty by his favourite. How much more reasonably, then, may we not expect that in heaven, where our most legitimate affections receive an immense increase of perfection, the slightest desire of this great Patriarch is immediately granted, seeing that he enjoys such power and influence with the Eternal King.

The Church teaches us that the Immaculate Mary has immense power and influence with God; and, therefore, desires all her children to honour her in an especial manner. St. Bernard calls Mary “an all powerful supplicant,” (“omnipotentia supplex.”) If, then, Mary honoured and respected St. Joseph while on earth, as her lord and spouse, whom the Eternal Father had placed over her, humbling herself to render him the most menial services, if St. Joseph was thus honoured by Mary while on earth, is it not most reasonable to expect that, although his influence be not so great as the Queen of Angels, he should, at least, be honoured next to her; and be placed side by side in heaven above all the other saints? Moreover, we know that while on earth the Son of God obeyed St. Joseph; that He honoured him as His father; and served him with His own divine hands. And think you that in heaven St. Joseph has not, so to speak, retained, in the same manner, the influence which he then had over the heart of the Infant God?—and that he could not draw from that ocean of goodness treasures of grace more abundantly than any other saint? To think otherwise is impossible.

In fine, St. Joseph saved the Adorable Son of Mary from the murder of the Innocents, by flying with Him into Egypt; he shared with the Blessed Virgin the cares, love and tenderness with which she watched over His helpless infancy; he laboured day and night to support, clothe, and nourish the Holy Family; and think you that all these services (if [one] may dare to employ such a word when speaking of the Creator) could be forgotten by our Blessed Lord? The thought would be blasphemy. The prayers of St. Joseph are orders for this God, who rewards even a cup of cold water given in His name!

The Church also in her turn, adds her testimony to the great power which St. Joseph possesses in heaven. That church, to which Our Blessed Lord has given a charge to teach us all truth, and to lead us into the path of true piety, enjoins us to be devout to St. Joseph; and does all in her power to excite in us a tender devotion towards him. She has raised numberless magnificent sanctuaries in his honour, and has instituted two solemn festivals, which are kept throughout the Catholic world; so that from east to west, from north to south—in a word, wherever the mysteries of the adopted Son are celebrated, the glory of the foster-father is always duly honoured.

The Church proposes St. Joseph to her children as the model of an interior life, and the patron of a happy death. She would have them consecrate the Wednesday of each week to honour him, and has granted indulgences on his feasts, and to the pious practices performed in his honour.

Taken from: A novena to St. Joseph, to obtain of God, through the intercession of this holy Patriarch, 1871. Imprimatur.



Oh, St. Joseph, whose protection is so great, so strong, so prompt before the throne of God, I place in you all my interest and desires. Oh, St. Joseph, do assist me by your powerful intercession, and obtain for me from your divine Son all spiritual blessings, through Jesus Christ, our Lord. So that, having engaged here below your heavenly power, I may offer my thanksgiving and homage to the most loving of Fathers.

Oh, St. Joseph, I never weary contemplating you, and Jesus asleep in your arms; I dare not approach while He reposes near your heart. Press Him in my name and kiss His fine head for me and ask Him to return the kiss when I draw my dying breath. St. Joseph, Patron of departing souls - Pray for me.


Below listed are the feasts falling in March 2019:

March 1: FIRST FRIDAY/Mass of the Season

March 2: FIRST SATURDAY/Mass of the Season


March 3: Shrove Sunday/Quinquagesima Sunday, Double.

March 4: Shrove Monday/St. Casimir, Prince of Poland, Confessor, SimpleCommemoration of St. Lucius I Pope and Martyr.

March 5: Shrove Tuesday/Mass of the Season



March 6: ASH WEDNESDAY (Fasting & Abstinence to be observed for 40 days, except Sundays, until Holy Saturday - April 20th, 2019).

March 7: St. Thomas Aquinas Confessor and Doctor of the Church, Double.

March 8: The sacred Crown of Thorns (Friday after Ash Wednesday)/St. John of God Confessor, Double.

March 9: St. Frances of Rome Widow, Double.


March 10: I Sunday of Lent, Double of the I Class; Commemoration of The Forty Holy Martyrs.

March 11: Mass of the Season

March 12: St. Gregory I Pope, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.


March 14: Mass of the Season

March 15: The holy Lance & the Nails of our Lord (Friday after the I Sunday of Lent)/EMBER FRIDAY.



March 17: II Sunday of Lent, Double of the I Class; Commemoration of St. Patrick, Bishop and Confessor.

March 18: St. Cyril Bishop of Jerusalem, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.

March 19: St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Confessor, and Patron of the Universal Church, Double of the I Class.

March 20: Mass of the Season

March 21: St. Benedict Abbot, Greater Double.

March 22: The Holy Winding Sheet of our Lord (Friday after the II Sunday of Lent).

March 23: Mass of the Season


March 24: III Sunday of Lent, Double of the I Class; Commemoration of St. Gabriel the Archangel.

March 25: Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Double of the I Class.

March 26: Mass of the Season

March 27: St. John Damascene Confessor and Doctor of the Church, Double

March 28: St. John Capistran Confessor, Double

March 29: The Five Holy Wounds (Friday after the III Sunday of Lent).

March 30: Mass of the Season


March 31: IV Sunday of Lent, Double of the I Class.


St. Joseph, pray for us.


Feb. 1, 2019

February is the Month the Church Dedicates to the Most Holy Trinity



Glory be to thee O Co-equal Trinity, one God-head before all ages, now, and for evermore. From whom are all things; thro’ whom are all things; in whom are all things; to Him be glory for ever.



The Famous Creed based on the Trinitarian Doctrine is the Athanasian Creed. It is also focused on Christology. The Latin name of the creed, “Quicunque Vult,” is taken from the opening words, "Whoever wishes". This creed explicitly states the equality of the three persons of the Trinity.


The mystery of the ever-adorable Trinity is the foundation of the Christian religion, the Master-Dogma of the Catholic Faith, and is firmly to be believed and assented to, though incomprehensible to human reason. What the Christian Church teaches us, with regard to this mystery, in a few words, is this: There is only one supreme Eternal God, Creator of heaven and earth, in three divine Persons, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, really distinct one from the other. For the Father is not the Son, nor the Holy Ghost; nor is the Son the Father, or the Holy Ghost; nor is the Holy Ghost the Father, or the Son. The Father is from no other: The Son was born of the Father from all eternity, and is equal to him in power and majesty, of the same nature and substance: The Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and Son from all eternity, is equal to them in power and majesty, of the same nature and substance with them. So that the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are the One, supreme, Eternal Being; and consequently, tho’ the Father be God, the Son be God, and the Holy Ghost be God, they are but One God equally to be praised, adored, and worshiped for ever.

Let us therefore this month beg Almighty God to preserve us in this Faith, and continue to teach us to submit our reason to revelation. Let us offer our prayers for those unhappy men, who, taking their weak reason for the standard of all truth, impiously give the lie to the Almighty, and refuse to believe God, when he himself teaches us (through the Church) what we are to believe concerning him.


Below listed are the feasts falling in February 2019:

February 1: FIRST FRIDAY/St. Ignatius (of Antioch), Bishop and Martyr, Double.

February 2: FIRST SATURDAY/Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Double of the II Class.


February 3: IV Sunday after Epiphany, Double; Commemoration of St. Blase Bishop and Martyr.

February 4: St. Andrew Corsini Bishop and Confessor, Double.

February 5: St. Agatha Virgin Martyr, Double.

February 6: St. Titus Bishop and Confessor, Double; Commemoration of St. Dorothy Virgin Martyr.

February 7: St. Romuald Abbot, Double.

February 8: St. John of Matha Confessor, Double.

February 9: St. Cyril Bishop of Alexandria, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double; Commemoration of St. Apollonia Virgin Martyr.


February 10: V Sunday after Epiphany, Double; Commemoration of St. Scholastica, Virgin.

February 11: Apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary Immaculate (at Lourdes), Greater Double.

February 12: The Seven Holy Founders of the Order of Servants of the Blessed Virgin Mary Confessors, Double.

February 13: Mass of the Season

February 14: Commemoration of St. Valentine Priest and Martyr.

February 15: Commemoration of Ss. Faustinus and Jovita Martyrs.

February 16: Mass of the Season




February 17: Septuagesima Sunday, Double.

February 18: Commemoration of St. Simeon Bishop and Martyr.

February 19: The Prayer of Christ (Tuesday after Septuagesima Sunday).

February 20: Mass of the Season

February 21: Mass of the Season

February 22: Chair of St. Peter at Antioch, Greater Double; Commemoration of St. Paul.

February 23: St. Peter Damian Confessor, Bishop, Cardinal, and Doctor of the Church, Double.


February 24: Sexagesima Sunday, Double; Commemoration of St. Matthias, Apostle.

February 25: Mass of the Season

February 26: Commemoration of the Passion of Christ (Tuesday after Sexagesima Sunday).

February 27: St. Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows, Double.

February 28: Mass of the Season


Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Ghost;
as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.