Saturday, March 4, 2017

Project BLACK MAMBA: Lent

'Tis the Optional Memorial of Saint Casimir, Confessor (1458-1484): Saint-link ūnus, Saint-link duo, & Wikipedia-link.

Commentary: Wayback Machine. Quoth the Holy Redeemer bulletin:
St. Casimir was a prince of the Kingdom of Poland & of the Grand Ducky of Lithuania. He became known for his piousness, devotion to God, & generosity towards the sick & poor.
Quoth the Holy Family bulletin:
St. Casimir, son of the king of Poland, was born in 1458. He practiced the Cristian virtues with sepcial regard to chastity & kindness to the poor & was zealous in the faith, particularly in his devotion to the holy Eucharist & the Virgin Mary. Casimir died of consumption in 1484.
'Tis also the festival of Saint Felix of Rhuys, Hermit & Abbot, O.S.B. (died 1038): Saint-link & Wikipedia-link.

'Tis also the festival of Saint Peter of Pappacarbone, Bishop & Abbot, O.S.B. (died 1123): Saint-link & Wikipedia-link.

Scripture of the Day
Mass Readings
The Book of Isaiah, chapter fifty-eight, verses nine(b) thru fourteen;
Psalm Eighty-six, verses one thru six;
The Gospel according to Luke, chapter five, verses twenty-seven thru thirty-two.

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