Twenty-Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time Fifteenth Sunday After Pentecost (Latin Mass) September 18, 2022 Year of Saint Joseph

“The Council of Trent has declared that the mediation of the saints in no way opposes or
diminishes the supreme and universal mediation of Christ. Nor is this mediation due to any
deficiency on God’s part, but rather it serves to show forth His great goodness and perfection.”

(Dominic De Domenico, O.P., True Devotion to St. Joseph and the Church, p.94)

Twenty-Fifth Week of Ordinary Time 2022

Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time Thirteenth Sunday After Pentecost (Latin Mass) September 4, 2022 Year of Saint Joseph

Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time 2022

“Were the Redeemer to descend into a church, and sit in a confessional to administer the sacrament of penance, and a priest to sit in another confessional, Jesus would say over each penitent, ‘Ego te absolvo,’ the priest would likewise say over each of his penitents, ‘Ego te absolvo,’ and the penitents of each would be equally absolved.”

(Saint Alphonsus de Liguori, Dignity and Duties of the Priest; Selva p.28)

Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time Ninth Sunday After Pentecost (TLM) August 7, 2022 Year of Saint Joseph

“First, and most frequently mentioned, was a sentiment that they desired clarity in the presentation of the Church’s teaching. Roughly 20 percent of the respondents articulated this desire in one form or another. Phrases such as “Educating Catholics about their faith is one of the ways that our Church accompanies people” were mentioned.”

(Archdiocese of Mobile, Report on the Synod on Synodality Survey, p.1)

Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2022