St. Gabriel Catholic Church | Pompano Beach, Florida.
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Today’s Readings This site, offered by the US Bishops, makes the Biblical readings used in each day’s Mass available for our prayer and study.
Catholic On-Line Courses Boston College mini-Bible courses. For pronunciation of those difficult Biblical names, try this site or listen to the audio from the US Bishop’s site. To purchase DVD’s of books of the Bible, Catholic Theology, etc.this is a good site. Two other sites are Boston College’s and Notre Dame’s online courses. There are also spirituality courses available.
Recent News From St. Gabriel Catholic Church | Pompano Beach
Holy Thursday Homily. We celebrate three anniversaries on Holy Thursday: 1) the anniversary of the first Holy Mass, 2) the anniversary of the institution of ministerial priesthood in order to perpetuate the Holy Mass, to convey God’s forgiveness to repentant sinners, and to preach the Good News of salvation, 3) the anniversary of Jesus’ promulgation of his new commandment of love: “Love one another as I have loved you” (Jn 13:34).
At the Easter Vigil, the Exsultet is sung as Mass begins in darkness, illumined only by candles throughout the church. The Exsultet is a beautiful hymn of rejoicing in Christ’s triumph of sin and death.
Today is Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion and we are remembering the death of Jesus, the Word made flesh on the cross… The Cross is the principal symbol of Christianity and this is so because it reminds the world of the sacrificial love of Christ which he expressed to humankind through his passion and death.
Palm Sunday. Holy Week begins. Jesus and his disciples arrive at the Mount of Olives. “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Blessed is the kingdom of our father David that is to come! Hosanna in the highest!”
Holy Week is also called “Passion Week” begins on Palm Sunday and continues to Easter Sunday. Holy Week provided an opportunity for all the faithful to reflect on their personal sinfulness and their need for Christ and His sacrifice on our behalf.
5th Sunday of Lent. I am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he dies, will live… -Jn 11:25