Saint John Vianney
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Saint Catherine of Siena
This program of prayer (prepared by Chaplain Rev Timothy Naples) honors and celebrates the Holy Eucharist and provides scripture for the recitation of the Glorious Mysteries. It is recommended for 1st Friday Holy Hours. Featured Iitem: [pdf-embedder...
The carol, it is said, was a catechism song for Catholics to learn “the tenets of their faith,” as they could not openly practice in Anglican society [source: Snopes.com]. While many still hold the idea of a coded hymn to be true, there’s no substantive evidence that this was the case, nor is there any evidence that the verses contain anything uniquely Catholic.
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