Friday, May 04, 2018

Easter Greetings from the Artists in the Sacristy

Time once again to catch up with some more of the ever-popular amice tie designs made by our friends of the Marian Sisters of Santa Rosa. As always, our thanks to their chaplain, Fr Jeffrey Keyes, for sharing these with us.

February 1st - St Ignatius of Antioch, in reference to his words “I am the wheat of God, and let me be ground by the teeth of the wild beasts, that I may be found the pure bread of Christ.”
Lent begins with a Cross
Feb. 22 - St Peter’s Chair; the Church built on the Rock of Peter 
February 24 - St Matthias. It was inevitable that they would move on to the chasuble ties.
March 19 - A lily for St Joseph
March 24 - St Gabriel
Holy Thursday
Easter Monday
Easter Wednesday, inspired by the day’s Gospel, when the Apostles go fishing, John 21, 1-14
Easter Friday, inspired by the days Gospel of the Great Commission, “Going therefore, teach ye all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.”, Matthew 28, 19
Low Sunday - St Thomas touches the wound in Christ’s side.
April 9th - the Annunciation (dove of the Holy Spirit on the upper left, Jesus in Mary’s womb below.)
Good Shepherd Sunday
St Joseph’s staff blossoming into a flower.
The lion of St Mark, with a cross above its face.
Our Lady of Good Counsel
April 28 - St Louis of Montfort
The chasuble done up on his feast.
A lily and a crown for St Catherine of Siena
The Finding of the Cross

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