Laetare Sunday so called from the incipit of the Introit at Mass, "Laetare
Jerusalem" ("Rejoice, O Jerusalem"), from Isaiah 66:10, is a name often used to
denote the fourth Sunda...
Mar 6, 2016 ... March 6, 2016 - Fourth Sunday of Lent ... I no longer deserve to be called your
son; treat me as you would treat one of your hired workers.”'
Laetare Sunday is the popular name for the Fourth Sunday in Lent. ... Most
Catholics today are used to the Mass being conducted in English, and they
hardly ... But occasionally, Latin reasserts itself, as it does in the case of Laetare
The Fourth Sunday of Lent (March 18th) is called Laetare Sunday, when the
Church ... To get a deeper insight into this “Rejoice” Sunday, we asked Father
Matthew ... FFG: Did the priests used to wear pink rose vestments on this Sunday
Mar 14, 2010 ... The fourth, or middle, Sunday of Lent, so called from the first words of the .... For
just as it is God's will that we should believe when we have ...
Fourth Sunday in Lent ... And so that place is called Gilgal to this day. While the
Israelites ... 9 "I will instruct you and teach you in the way that you should go; *
This Sunday has a joy-filled tone. We enter into the second part of Lent with a
spirit of eagerness. Our celebration ... this part of Lent. It is not the work we do that
saves us. ... to be worthy of being called one his people: a Christ-ian. Help me to
The fourth, or middle, Sunday of Lent, so called from the first words of the Introit at
Mar 3, 2016 ... 4th Sunday of Lent – March 06, 2016 - Traditionally, today is called Laetare or ...
He asked his granddaughter, "Do you know here we are?
16:3 Invite Jesse to the sacrifice, and I will show you what you shall do; and you
shall ... 16:8 Then Jesse called Abinadab, and made him pass before Samuel.