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A Lenten Tradition: Veiling the Cross for Passiontide

Towards the end of Lent you may notice purple cloths draped over crucifixes, statues, and images of saints in your church. In some churches, these items are actually removed from the sanctuary altogether. This old custom of veiling religious images is a way of focusing on the penitential aspect of this liturgical season. It reminds us in a visual way that our faith is made possible only through the work of Christ in his suffering and death on the cross.

The Stabat Mater Dolorosa: One of the Greatest Catholic Hymns of All Time

The Stabat Mater Dolorosa is considered one of the seven greatest Latin hymns of all time. It is based upon the prophecy of Simeon that a sword was to pierce the heart of His mother, Mary (Luke 2:35). The hymn originated in the 13th century during the peak of Franciscan devotion to the crucified Jesus .

Praying Through Lent: Psalm 51

Psalm 51 is the famous psalm of King David that he composed in repentance after being rebuked by the prophet Nathan for his adultery with Bathsheba, and the murder of her husband to cover it up. It is a lament, "a passionate expression of grief," and the most well-known of the seven penitential psalms found in the Catholic Bible. It is prayed by the faithful as an expression of sorrow for personal sin, and as such it is a traditional prayer of penance for the Lenten season.

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