Regina Pacis at 153 Barr ST, Lexington, KY 40507 US - Nota Bene
Marian Dogmas and Our Lady's Assumption into Heaven
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Regina Pacis Chaplaincy Registration Form (Updated)
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Prospect Summary Fact Sheet
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Guidelines On Community Functions
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Prayer to St. Philomena
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Rosarium Latine - The Rosary in Latin
by His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI
Mysteria Gaudiosa (The Joyful Mysteries)
Mysteria Dolorosa (The Sorrowful Mysteries)
Mysteria Gloriosa (The Glorious Mysteries)
The Reductionist Delusion
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Fr. Antonio Royo Marin on the Four Temperaments
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Novena to Our Lady of Good Success
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2nd Collections Schedule
Lexington Diocese Annual Collections for 2011
How to Serve Holy Mass
Serving Low Mass Instructions
St. Expedite was a commander of a Roman legion in Armenia who converted to Christianity and he was beheaded by the emperor Diocletian in 303 A.D.
The name Expeditus was in the Geronimian Martirology since the 5th century. St. Expedite was martyred on April 19th (his feast day) and the place of his death was Malatya, Turkey.
St. Expedite is typically depicted as a young Roman centurion holding a cross marked HODIE ("today" in Latin) and squashing a crow beneath his right foot. Out of the dying crow's mouth issues a word-ribbon, CRAS ("tomorrow" in Latin). Thus Expeditus destroys a vague tomorrow in favor of a definite today.
See attached; St. Expedite Prayer.