The Collect for this final Sunday in Ordinary Time is the Collect for the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe. The liturgical year doesn’t simply come to an end, but rather
The Collect for this Thirty-third week in Ordinary Time is the penultimate (next-to-last) Collect of the liturgical season. As we come to the end of Ordinary Time, we pray that we may be devoted i
It’s never too early to start planning for Advent, and we are happy to announce that we will have an in-person Advent Concert this year! The St.
The central theme of the Collect for this Thirty-second Week in Ordinary Time is our freedom:
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As did the Collect (Opening Prayer) for last week, the Collect for this week, the Thirty-first Week in Ordinary Time, comes from a liturgical book from the sixth century. That means the Church has
The Collect (Opening Prayer) for the Thirtieth Week in Ordinary Time has as its source the Verona Sacramentary, a liturgical book that dates back to the sixth century: