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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.

St. Gabriel the Archangel and the Mission of the Annunciation

According to Church tradition St. Gabriel is one of the seven archangels, and one of only three angels mentioned by name in the Catholic Bible (the others are St. Michael and St. Raphael). St. Gabriel is also thought to have been the angel who appeared to St. Joseph, and the herald angel who announced Jesus' birth to the shepherds on Christmas night. If this is true, then St. Gabriel appears five times in the Bible, and possibly a sixth: Because of St. Gabriel's special role of announcing the Messiah, he is also believed to be the archangel who will announce the Second Coming of Christ at the end of time.

How to Pray the Stations of the Cross

Although most popular during Lent, this season is not the only good time to pray the Stations of the Cross. It is always recommended to the faithful to meditate on Christ's Passion frequently, especially on Fridays as a perpetual day of penance, to obtain graces and grow in holiness. “There is no practice more profitable for the entire sanctification of the soul than the frequent meditation of the sufferings of Jesus Christ.” - St. Alphonsus de Liguori

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