Back by popular demand, I will be sharing the “40 Lenten Lessons on the Mass” via email throughout the 40 days of Lent. Please sign up below to receive these daily messages by email. These lessons will also be available on the “Father Rocky” Facebook page. It is my hope that these short lessons might deepen your understanding and love for the Holy Mass. If you wish to forward the 40 Lenten Lessons on the Mass to your friends or family, please do so. God bless you and please pray for me and everyone at Relevant Radio during this Holy Season.

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Previous Lenten Lessons

  • Lesson 5: The Crucifix Every Catholic Church has a tabernacle, an altar, and a crucifix – which is a cross with the figure of Christ crucified. The crucifix is in the sanctuary near the altar and should be clearly visible. It reminds us how much Jesus loved us and is an invitation to love Jesus in return. Our religion is ...
  • Lesson 4: The Altar While the tabernacle is the most important item in a church, the altar is no less important during Mass. Because upon the altar the Perfect Sacrifice is renewed and Jesus Christ is made present and offered to the Father for His Glory and for the expiation of our sins. For that reason, when the priest ...
  • Lesson 3: The Tabernacle The most important item in a Catholic Church is the tabernacle – the noble, beautiful, and secure safe that contains the Holy Eucharist, which is the very Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, who is really, truly, and substantially present under the appearances of bread and wine. It ...
  • Lesson 2: Genuflection “At the name of Jesus, every knee must bow.” That’s what St. Paul wrote years ago. And so, as the priest and ministers approach the altar they make a genuflection to honor the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist in the tabernacle. If the tabernacle is not in the center of the sanctuary, then ...
  • Lesson 1: Holy Water Welcome to my 40 Lenten Lessons on the Mass! I look forward to journeying through Lent with you. I know you’ll learn something new about the Mass and I hope that it helps to deepen your faith. Please feel free to share these lessons with your friends and family, and let them know that it’s ...