Saturday, March 13, 2021

Laetare Sunday 2021 Photopost Request

Last year, Laetare Sunday was on March 22, as churches were closing all over the world for the pandemic, and so we didn’t do any photoposts for Laetare Sunday, Passiontide, Holy Week or Easter. Now that a measure of sanity is returning to many parts of the world (alas, not all), it is time to get back as much as possible to the good work of evangelizing through beauty, so, please send your photos of liturgies celebrated tomorrow (whether of the Ordinary or Extraordinary Form, Ordinariate Rite etc.) to Photos of Vespers and other parts of the Office are always welcome; for our Byzantine friends, we will be glad to include photos of the Veneration of the Cross on the Third Sunday of Great Lent. Please be sure to include the name and location of the church, and always feel free to add any other information you think important.
From our first Laetare photopost of 2019, the golden rose of the collegiate church of St Just, the home of the FSSP apostolate in Lyon, France. (The rose was given to the church by Pope Innocent IV in 1251, and had just been restored and newly blessed.)

From the second post, Mass at the cathedral of the Holy Rosary in Vancouver, British Columbia.

From the third post, Vespers at the church of St John Cantius in Chicago, Illinois.

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