Monday, June 11, 2018

The Liturgical Year in Our Home - June - Month Dedicated to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

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My June Pinterest Board

Marian Antiphon:  Salve Regina

Hymn for the month: O Sacred Heart

Recipes for June: Catholic Cuisine

Printable: page for the month of June   See below on the children's oratory.  I have changed the font on the bottom line from that pictured.  Please let me know if this link doesn't work!



Our Home Oratory for June








(Time has gotten away on me and so I have left off the first week of saint's, and a few others, for another time.)

June 1st St. Angela Merici

June 3rd St. Clothilde

June 4th St. Francis Caracciolo

June 5th St Boniface

June 6th St. Norbert

June 7th Blessed Anna Maria Taigi

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June 9th St. Columba of Iona

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June 10th St. Margaret of Scotland

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June 12 St. John of San Facundo


June 13th St Anthony of Padua

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June 14th St Basil the Great

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June 15th St. Germaine


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June 18th St. Ephraem the Syrian 



June 19th St. Juliana Falconieri

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June 21st St. Aloysius Gonzaga

The Vocation of St. Aloysius Gonzaga,  Guercino circa 1650  Source: Wikimedia


June 22nd St. Alban

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June 24th The Nativity of St. John the Baptist

The Birth of John the Baptist, Jacopo Pontormo  1526  Source: Wikimedia


June 27th Our Mother of Perpetual Succour

Colouring page (requires purchase from Etsy)


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June 28th St Irenaeus

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June 29th St's Peter and Paul

Saints Peter and Paul, Masolino Panicale  c. 1427-28  Source: Wikimedia

Moveable Feasts

Corpus Christi

(Thursday after the octave of Pentecost - 2nd Thursday after Pentecost)


Fronleichnamsprozession, Carl Emil Doepler  Source: Wikimedia


The Sacred Heart of Jesus

(Falls 19 days after Pentecost on a Friday - The Friday after the octave of Corpus Christi - 2nd Friday after Corpus Christi)


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(The Thursday within the octave of the feast of the Sacred Heart - which is the Thursday after the feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus)

I couldn't find any pictures of the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus in the commons but this stained glass window (below) fits this purpose as, whether intentional or not, the white circle behind the Sacred Heart looks like a host.  

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