sacred Tradition

Therefore, brethren, stand fast; and hold the traditions which you have learned, whether by word, or by our epistle.

 ~2 Thesselonians 2:14

Sacramentals are instituted for the sanctification of certain ministries of the Church, certain states of life, a great variety of circumstances in Christian life, and the use of many things helpful to man. In accordance with bishops' pastoral decisions, they can also respond to the needs, culture, and special history of the Christian people of a particular region or time. They always include a prayer, often accompanied by a specific sign, such as the laying on of hands, the sign of the cross, or the sprinkling of holy water (which recalls Baptism).

~CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, PARAGRAPH 1668

A Meditation on the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

YouTube video meditation by Michael Sestak: "This is my Body. Do this in remembrance of me." -Jesus

Ascension Presents - on sacred Tradition

Fr. Mike Schmitz addresses Genuflection and the Sign of the Cross.

Significance of the Sign of the Cross

Text of an interview with Bert Ghezzi on the Meaning Behind the Ancient Gesture. (22 NOV. 2004)

The Faithful Are NOT To Use the Orans Posture During the Our Father 

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