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Lindemann on Cantate: Easter 5 (Fourth Sunday After)

Monday, May 16th, 2011

CANTATE, THE FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER EASTER The Third Sunday in Advent, Gaudete, is an anticipation of Christmas. The Fourth Sunday in Lent, Laetare, is a joyous anticipation of Easter. This Sunday, Cantate, is an anticipation of Pentecost. It derives its name from the summons of its Introit to sing and prepares us for the approaching […]

Lindemann on Jubilate: Easter 4 (Third After)

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

JUBILATE, THE THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER The post-Easter season may be divided into two parts. in the first we look back, and three features are prominent: the Resurrection, the Holy Baptism and the Holy Eucharist. This part comes to an end with the Second Sunday after Easter. In the second half we look to the […]

Lindemann on Misericordias Domini (Easter 3–Second Sunday After)

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

MISERICORDIAS DOMINI, THE SECOND SUNDAY AFTER EASTER This Sunday is generally known as Good Shepherd Sunday. We are still in the season that is entirely under the spell of the Easter Feast. After having taught us so many great and beautiful things of the Easter Lord and the Easter gifts He has brought us, the […]

Lindemann on Quasimodogeniti–Easter 2 (First Sunday After)

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

QUASI MODO GENITI, THE FIRST SUNDAY AFTER EASTER For a fuller understanding of the Propers for the Octave of Easter we must again recall the practices of the Church in the earlier centuries. The celebration of the Easter mystery was prolonged for an entire week, during which time the interest of all was focused on […]

Lindemann on the Resurrection of Our Lord

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

EASTER DAY, THE FEAST OF THE RESURRECTION OF OUR LORD This day is the climax of the Church’s Year, the feast of feasts the king of days. The Holy Gospel and also St. Matthew’s account state that our Lord rose from the dead on “the first day of the week.” This day of the week […]