Tenebrae: Good Friday

Lent 2014

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Although the name of the 'Tenebrae' service (Matins and Lauds during the Triduum) derives from the extinguishing of the candles,

Here are some pictures of the Mass of the Lord's Supper celebrated last night (Maundy Thursday) at the Priory of

In today’s Gospel we find Jesus preaching in the Temple. Now not only was the Temple the heart of the

Readings: Daniel 3:14-20,24-25,28; Canticle Daniel 3:52-56; John 8:31-42 In today’s first reading we can admire the fidelity and integrity of Shadrach,

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Readings: Hosea 6: 1 - 6; Psalm 51; Luke 18: 9 - 14 The English Dominican Simon Tugwell once observed

Readings: 2 Samuel 7:4-5,12-14,16; Psalm 88:2-5,27,29; Romans 4:13,16-18,22; Matthew 1:16,18-21,24 or Luke 2:41-51 Next Tuesday we will be celebrating the Annunciation

Readings: Is 1:10, 16-20; Ps 49; Mt 23:1-12 “They preach but do not practise” [Mt 23:3] says Our Lord in today's Gospel, describing the

Tonight, at Mass & Vespers in Oxford, the Blackfriars schola will sing 'Ne irascaris, Domine' by Byrd. The motet has

Readings: Isaiah 58:9-14; Psalm 85:1-6; Luke 5:27-32 If I had to bet on what one question most Catholics have been asked