Thursday, February 8, 2018

The Liturgical Year in Our Home - March - Month Dedicated to St. Joseph

Source:  Catholic Tradition

My March Pinterest Board

The Liturgical Year in Our Home - Septuagesima - Lent

My Eastertide Pinterest Board 


Marian Antiphon:  Ave Regina Caelorum   For the entire month of March unless Easter falls in March in which case you would sing the Regina Caeli starting from Easter Sunday.

Regina Caeli (as sung for Compline)  Regina Caeli  (As you would sing it instead of the Angelus, from Easter until Pentecost)

Hymn for the month: Joseph be our Guide and Pattern

Recipes for March: Catholic Cuisine

St. Joseph Colouring page 1

Our Home Oratory for March:

March - Lent 2015
March - Lent 2018



1st March St. David
500-589
Wales

Source: Wikimedia

7th March St. Thomas Aquinas
1225-1274
Italy

Source:Wikimedia

9th March St. Frances of Rome
1384-1440
Italy

Source

10th March St. John Ogilvie
1579-1615
Scotland

Source: Wikimedia


12th March St. Gregory the Great
Died 604
Italy

Saint Gregory the Great, Pope by Fransisco de Goya  1796/1799  Source:Wikimedia

17th March St. Patrick
385-461

Source: Wikipedia



19th March St. Joseph

Source: Wikimedia

21st March St. Benedict
480-547

St. Benedict, Sano di Pietro   ca. 1470 Source: Wikimedia

Our Lady of Sorrows
Colouring page
The Friday before Good Friday  (March 23rd in 2018)

Mater Dolorosa, Carlo Dolci ca. 1655  Source: Wikimedia



24th March St. Gabriel the Archangel

(2nd half of the 15th Century)  Source: Wikimedia


25th March  The Annunciation (This is transferred to the 9th of April this year)

Colouring pages

March 25th, date of the Incarnation and Passion  (The Annunciation and Good Friday were on the same day in 2016.  I was sad not to know of the significance until after the event especially since it will not occur again until 2157.  Even though no one here reading will see this date the article linked is well worth reading.)

The Annunciation, Masolino da Panicale 1423/24 Source: Wikimedia



28th March St. John Climacus


Thirteenth century icon of St. John Climacus, to either side are Saint George and Saint Blaise  Source:Wikimedia
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