Holy Hour


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Holy Hour

n
1. (Roman Catholic Church) RC Church an hour set aside for prayer and reflection
2. (not capitals) informal Irish a period during the afternoon when public houses are obliged to close by law
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It was a holy hour for mother and daughter, and their eyes were wet as they talked on in the twilight, Ruth all white innocence and frankness, her mother sympathetic, receptive, yet calmly explaining and guiding.
Hourly masses and the observance of the Holy Hour will be held at the basilica in honor of the Blessed Mother.
It was themed 'Happy Holy Hour.' He got a DJ to play disco music and invited her friends to what he coined a 'dancing vigil.
To do this I know is not simply words, but commitment to the right course of action," Metuchen Bishop James Checchio said to hundreds of laypeople, clergy, deacons and women religious of his diocese during a holy hour for healing, truth and hope at the Cathedral of St.
At St Mary's there will be Mass at 10am followed by a Holy Hour at 11am to celebrate the opening of the Divine Mercy Shrine, which the Friends of Divine Mercy Scotland have been working on for the last few months with Rev Jude Okorie, parish priest.
The activity began with a Holy Hour at the Sacred Heart Shrine (Lupit) at 3 p.m., a penitential procession from Lupit to the San Sebastian Cathedral at 4 p.m.
Sunday, April 9: Sunday of Divine Mercy - 6.15pm (Sat) Vigil Mass; 11.30am Sunday Mass; 2-2.30pm Confessions; 3pm Divine Mercy Holy Hour.
An enthusiastic newcomer, I was checking the bulletin one Sunday to see what I might get involved in, and noticed that on Wednesday nights there was a Holy Hour. Truth be told, I hadn't been to a Holy Hour since grade school, and my first impulse was to dismiss it as old fashioned.
"I wish I had died in the accident, as it happened at a holy hour and in a holy place," Egyptian pilgrim Mohammed Ibrahim told AFP.
THE old man leaned back in his chair, thinking about The story due to unfold, Shepherds in the field of Bethlehem, weary, homesick, And perhaps a little drunk watched and waited this First Christmas night, no idea they would exist in Humanity's mind forever, This holy hour, a special child, a cataclysmic shift in time, The world would hold its breath.
Holy Hour: Eucharistic Adoration for one hour on Thursdays ("Could you not watch one hour with me?").