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FRI-SAT-SUN      May 28-30, 1999      SECTION TWO       vol 10, no. 104

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TRINITY WEEKEND

     This weekend we celebrate the first Observance of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Saturday since February 13th. Then on Sunday we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity before Monday's month-ending Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Mother to her cousin Elizabeth. For the liturgy, readings, meditation and vignettes on these feasts, click on LITURGY

Friday, May 28, 1999

Saturday, May 29, 1999

OBSERVANCE OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY ON SATURDAYS

TRINITY SUNDAY, May 30, 1998

FEAST OF THE HOLY TRINITY

Monday, May 31 , 1998

FEAST OF THE VISITATION OF MARY TO HER COUSIN ELIZABETH

Tuesday, June 1, 1998

SAINT JUSTIN, APOLOGIST AND MARTYR


Events this weekend in Church History

      On May 30, in 1431 during the 100-year war between England and France, God rose up a women warrior saint to lead His faithful ones through many trials and tribulations in bringing France through the gauntlet, strengthening the Faith of the people there. This saint Saint Joan of Arc, also known as the "Maid of Orleans," became a martyr for the cause and was canonized by the Church which realized those who ruled against her at the time were not speaking for Holy Mother Church but for political expediency and their own agendas, abusing their office within the Church. She was burned at the stake, accused of being a heretic because she received private revelation and would not deny it. For other events throughout the centuries that are memorable in Church history this weekend, click on MILLENNIUM MILESTONES AND MEMORIES

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Historical Events in Church Annals for May 29:

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Historical Events in Church Annals for May 31:


Message to the Americas:
The Path to Communion is made clearer by promoting vocations to the priesthood and religious life

   &bnsp; Following up a year after the Bishops of North, Central and South America, along with the Caribbean contingent, met for the month-long Synod of the Americas in Rome at the end of 1997, Pope John Paul II officially closed the Synod with his Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Ecclesia in America at Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine in Mexico City in January 1999. Because of its significance for all Americans, we bring you this important document in several installments over the next few months. For those wanting to read the entire encyclical or check footnotes, go to Ecclesia in America For the fourteenth installment on Chapter Four: The Path to Communion - Promoting vocations, click on THE VICAR OF CHRIST SPEAKS.

Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Ecclesia in America

Installment Fourteen of ECCLESIA IN AMERICA: CHAPTER FOUR: THE PATH TO COMMUNION

Promoting vocations



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May 28-30, 1999 volume 10, no. 104   DAILY CATHOLIC