Category Archives: Honorius Augustodunensis

Medieval Passover

“This holy festival, Pascha, is called a Passover because just as the Hebrew people were freed through the blood of the slaughtered lamb, from the angel, passing through Egypt for striking, so the faithful people are defended ¬†through the blood … Continue reading

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The Annunciation and Fishing

“On this holy day the Incarnation of Christ is announced through the angel, just as today is celebrated devoutly by the entire Church. ¬†It is read that on that day and at the same hour at which the first man … Continue reading

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Exaltation of the Cross

“God, who deigned to redeem the human race through the precious blood of Thy only-begotten Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, graciously grant that whoever approaches to adore the life-giving cross, may be freed from the bonds of their sins.” [My … Continue reading

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