Vincent Pham, known as The Catholic Man by many of his friends, is a student at the University of Toronto’s Trinity College of the Faculty of Arts and Science, pursuing a double major in Ethics, Society & Law, and Philosophy along with a minor in Christianity and Culture. Vincent is an alumnus of Chaminade College School in Toronto (Class of 2019). He has a great love for all things Catholic, especially Catholic liturgy.
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Lectionary Reflection: Fifth Sunday of Lent, Year B
“O God, make me productive grain, efficient grain, effective grain. Jesus, make me a grain of wheat so that I can reach your Eucharistic reality, by which I really and truly live.” Prayer of Bl. Carlo Acutis Lectionary Readings: Jer … Continue reading
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Lectionary Reflection: Ash Wednesday, Year A, B, C (2021)
Lectionary Readings: Jl 2:12-18 / Ps 51 / 2Cor 5:20-6:2 / Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 We once again reach the liturgy of Ash Wednesday again this February 17, 2021. Despite the modifications to the Ash Wednesday distribution of the ashes this … Continue reading
Lectionary Reflection: First Sunday of Lent, Year A
Lectionary Readings: Gen 2:7-9, 16-18,2-5; 3:1-7 / Ps 51 / Rom 5:12-19 / Mt 4:1-11 The Church inaugurated the Season of Lent with the liturgy of Ash Wednesday, which included the iconic ritual of the Imposition of Ashes, in which … Continue reading
Lectionary Reflection: Ash Wednesday, Year A, B, C
Lectionary Readings: Jl 2:12-18 / Ps 51 / 2Cor 5:20-6:2 / Mt 6:1-6, 16-18 I don’t know about you, but the more Ash Wednesdays that I experience, the deeper I think about who I am and how I should live. … Continue reading
Why does Lent start on a Wednesday?
Every Liturgical Year, the Church starts the 40 day Lenten journey with the Liturgy of Ash Wednesday. However, a question some Catholics may ask is, “Why does the Church start Lent on a Wednesday? Why not on a Sunday?“ Every Sunday … Continue reading