Liturgical Lowdown: May


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Welcome to the Liturgical Lowdown for the month of May! In this episode host, Lisa Cotter will be giving you insights, histories, and ideas on how to celebrate and integrate the liturgical life of the Catholic Church into your life this month.


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May’s Devotion: The Blessed Virgin Mary

The Pope’s Monthly Intention:

  • The Church in Africa, a Seed of Unity: That the Church in Africa, through the commitment of its members, may be the seed of unity among her peoples and a sign of hope for this continent.

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Feasts of Note:

May 1st – St. Joseph the Worker (Optional Memorial)

May 2nd – St. Athanasius (Memorial)

May 3rd – Sts. Philip and James (Feast)

May 13th – Our Lady of Fatima (Optional Memorial)

May 13th – Bl. Imelda Lambertini (Optional Memorial)

May 14th – St. Matthias (Feast)

May 15th – St. Isidore the Farmer (USA) (Optional Memorial)

May 26th – St. Philip Neri (Memorial)

May 22nd – St. Rita (Optional Memorial)

May 30th – St. Joan of Arc (Optional Memorial)

May 31st – The Visitation (Feast)

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