Lent eBook Available for Download
By Dr. Jeff Mirus ( bio - articles - email ) | Feb 14, 2014
Lent, my very dear friends, starts on March 5th. Please do not shoot the messenger.
But please do note that the Lent 2014 volume of our Liturgical Year series of ebooks is now available for download in our ebook center. As I have mentioned in the past, our Liturgical Year ebooks include the liturgical day information from the website for each day of the period they cover—in the case of Lent, Ash Wednesday (March 5) through Holy Saturday (April 19). The regular text for each day is presented, along with all the links to related prayers, activities and recipes, just as on the website.
Many people use these ebooks as a source of information about each day of the liturgical year. Because of the very specific information they provide, many also find them an ideal complement to the justly popular Magnificat series.
All of our ebooks are downloadable free of charge to registered users of CatholicCulture.org. No donation is required. The books are available in the three most common ebook formats: PDF (for virtually any computing device), EPUB (for Nook, iPAD and other standard ereaders), and MOBI (for Kindle).
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Posted by: Philopus -
Sep. 12, 2017 8:52 AM ET USA
This is dripping with irony. Judicial appointments are how the progressives force their “enlightened” views on the population without their consent. Liberal judges are the ones who unapologetically change laws or completely fabricate new ones based on their views. This is how we got same-sex ‘marriage”, abortion on demand, etcetera. They are revealing their own disregard for the law when they suggest that a judge might do anything other than interpret the law impartially.
Posted by: nix898049 -
Sep. 09, 2017 1:21 PM ET USA
It seems we have here an example of that old expression, arguing both sides against the middle. Durbin and Feinstein's position is fluid as the case warrants. Astounding.
Posted by: WNS3234 -
Sep. 09, 2017 12:02 PM ET USA
We are living in amazing times. Many wonder why this is the case. Some think we are being punished; most think that we are victims of a system of malicious forces. I think that God has fitted us to this age and we are called to that stalwart witness, seen in other ages, of which we are fully capable. We are provoked, nor because of painful victimhood, but by God's Graces to bear living, robust witness in this age. That never happens on our timetable, but on God's. We need to trust in God more.
Posted by: Dennis Olden -
Sep. 08, 2017 7:17 PM ET USA
Just as the only good Muslim is a bad Muslim, i.e., one who does not take his religion seriously.
Posted by: Gil125 -
Sep. 08, 2017 1:55 PM ET USA
It is too obvious to need pointing out, but what would the mainstream media have done if the senators had asked a Muslim nominee his position on, say, women driving?