Day 141 – Captain’s Log: (some) Liturgical Infographics

Tuesday, August 4, 2020 – Sooooo…turns out past self already did a Captain’s Log of the Eucharist. I guess that takes care of that! I am unsure if I missed any rundowns. Maybe Holy Days of Obligation? Huh…I will have to figure that one out and get back to y’all. Anyhoo, moving on to an Read More

Day 137 – Captain’s Log: Basic (Horizontal) Primers on Church Architecture

Friday, July 31, 2020 – Nothing says “Happy Birthday” better than a house full of people praying the Rosary followed by a horde of kiddos running around, hopped up on cupcakes. It really was a spectacular day! I love my Catholic family. And yes, I know I am a day behind in saying that. Sorry. Read More

Day 133 – Captain’s Log: Some of the Basic Primers on the Mass

Monday, July 27, 2020 – Today is a run-down of the primer posts on the Mass. Well, I am going to divide them up into three posts: basics, Extraordinary Form, and Novus Ordo. Why? Well, remember that this basic primer went on for a couple of weeks… But, fear not, dear reader! Today will be Read More

Day 119 – Mrs. Flusche’s Basic Primer on Holy Days (Part VI)

Monday, July 13, 2020 – Rolling along with some more random questions around Holy Days. I think that today will be mostly about the “what ifs.” Who observes the most Holy Days? Also, who observes the least Holy Days? Whoever goes to Church the most observes the most, and whoever shirks their responsibility needs to Read More

Day 118 – Mrs. Flusche’s Basic Primer on Holy Days (Part V)

Sunday, July 12, 2020 – I promised “fun facts” today. Really, it is just going to be a smattering of random questions (well, question…singular…for today) you probably never had about Holy Days of Obligation. We are going to start with the one question that has always made me “itchy:” the Good Friday issue! Why isn’t Read More

Day 117 – Mrs. Flusche’s Basic Primer on Holy Days (Part IV)

Saturday, July 11, 2020 – Today is going to be super easy, promise! Now that we have gotten the nutty flavor of history out of the way, I am going to focus on just the Holy Days of Obligation observed in the United States. To make it super easy, I am just going to post Read More

Day 116 – Mrs. Flusche’s Basic Primer on Holy Days (Part III)

Friday, July 10, 2020 – The last couple of days we have talked about Holy Days of Obligation. We covered the list and a basic primer on Canon Law. Today, let’s take a walk back in time and talk about how many there have been over time. Current Canon Law says Sundays + 10 Holy Read More

Day 114 – Mrs. Flusche’s Basic Primer on Holy Days (Part I)

Wednesday, July 8, 2020 – By special request, I am going to do a short series on the Holy Days of Obligation. I am still trying to think of the best way to divide up the information, but I will start with a very brief overview of what “Holy Day” means and a comprehensive list Read More