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Fourth Lenten Sunday traditionally called Laetare Sunday. Laetare means "Rejoice."   Priests dress in rose-colored vestments - not Lenten purple. It is so called as the color of the vestments is "rosacea," and not pink. Laetare was also called Dominica de rosa…Sunday of the Rose. It didn’t take a lot of imagination to develop rose colored vestments from this. Find more: http://catholicism.about.com/od/holydaysandholidays/f/Laetare_Sunday.htm

Fourth Lenten Sunday traditionally called Laetare Sunday. Laetare means "Rejoice." Priests dress in rose-colored vestments - not Lenten purple. It is so called as the color of the vestments is "rosacea," and not pink. Laetare was also called Dominica de rosa…Sunday of the Rose. It didn’t take a lot of imagination to develop rose colored vestments from this. Find more: http://catholicism.about.com/od/holydaysandholidays/f/Laetare_Sunday.htm

Beautiful Marian Tea Party - Catholic Inspired....what a wonderful way to honor Mary....would be nice for Mother's Day too!

Beautiful Marian Tea Party - Catholic Inspired....what a wonderful way to honor Mary....would be nice for Mother's Day too!

Forty-five years ago, a quiet gentlemen from Northern Italy named Giovanni Battista Montini caused a big stir with a little pamphlet. The stir was not because his pamphlet said anything new but because many people were hoping that it would say someth...

Forty-five years ago, a quiet gentlemen from Northern Italy named Giovanni Battista Montini caused a big stir with a little pamphlet. The stir was not because his pamphlet said anything new but because many people were hoping that it would say someth...

If we all had a heart half as kind as the sacred heart,or lives would be saved. www.facebook.com/Do a good deed Today.

If we all had a heart half as kind as the sacred heart,or lives would be saved. www.facebook.com/Do a good deed Today.

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