Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus

Today we celebrate the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Jesus, which closely follows the celebration of the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ, in honor of the name “Jesus,” which means “God saves.”

OLMC Holy Name Society also inducted 11 new members. New candidates made a public profession of faith and made a series of solemn promises.

These promises are to observe the Society’s rules and constitutions; to love and respect the Holy Name; to abstain from blasphemy; to reverence Divine law and to respect civil law and civil authority; to love the Pope and to be a full member of the Catholic Church; to believe the Church’s teachings, and to teach others of them; and to receive the sacraments regularly, pray often and perform works of physical and mental mortification on a regular basis.

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