|2 Jan, Sunday||Epiphany of the Lord|
|9 Jan, Sunday||Baptism of the Lord|
|2 Mar, Wednesday||Ash Wednesday|
|10 Apr, Sunday||Palm Sunday|
|14 Apr, Thursday||Holy Thursday|
|15 Apr, Friday||Good Friday|
|16 Apr, Saturday||Holy Saturday|
|17 Apr, Sunday||Easter Sunday of the Lord's Resurrection|
|26 May, Thursday*||Ascension of the Lord|
|5 Jun, Sunday||Pentecost Sunday|
|12 Jun, Sunday||Trinity Sunday|
|19 Jun, Sunday||Corpus Christi|
|24 Jun, Friday||Most Sacred Heart of Jesus|
|15 Aug, Monday*||The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary|
|1 Nov, Tuesday*||All Saints|
|20 Nov, Sunday||Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe|
|25 Dec, Sunday*||Nativity of the Lord|
|NOTATION: * Holy Day of Obligation|
|Upcoming Feasts (of Redemptorist Saints and Blesseds)|
|26 Sep, Sunday||Bl. Gaspar Stangassinger|
"At God’s approach, the virtuous rejoice, exulting and singing for joy."
Sweet as the warbling of a bird,
Sweet as a Mother’s voice;
So sweet to me is thy dear name;
It makes my soul rejoice.
Bright as the glittering stars appear,
Bright as the moonbeam’s shine,
So bright in my mind’s eye is seen
Thy loveliness divine!
- from St. Michael's Center.
Mary, how sweetly falls thy name
On my enraptured ear;
Oft do I say in holy love
Thy name when none are near.
Sing oh, my lips, and loudly proclaim,
Oh Mary, my Mother, how sweet is thy name.
Our Blessed Mother:
Recent past and coming feasts (click on image for viewing video).
"Our Lady of Mount Carmel: Novena Prayer and Flower of Carmel Mediations".
Song: "Flower of Carmel"
Hymns to Our Mother:
Videos on Saint Alphonsus, founder of the Redemptorist Order:
For Catholics, many days of the calendar year are a cause for celebration. Nearly every day marks the feast day of a saint — a day when that saint’s holy life and deeds are remembered. Holy days of obligation (according to the Ordo 2021-2022), which means that Catholics are obliged to attend Mass that day, are marked with an asterisk (*).
Feast of Our Lady of Fatima:
Year of St. Joseph:
December 8, 2020 - December 8, 2021 was a year dedicated to St. Joseph, husband of Mary and earthly father of Jesus Christ.