Hungry for the Eucharist?

Many of us Catholics are used to attending Mass every Sunday (or even daily). We listen, sing, kneel, shake hands, and pray. After so many years of the same thing, do you go through the motions, or are you curious about why we do what we do? I assure you, there is a wealth of beauty, mystery, and knowledge contained in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass that most people don’t realize.

I’m Rev. Francis Hoffman (but everyone calls me Father Rocky), a priest of Opus Dei and Executive Director of Relevant Radio®, a Catholic radio network broadcasting the Good News coast-to-coast on 130 stations. If you have a deep love for the Holy Mass, or even (and especially) if you’re in a rut, you need to check out my 40 Lenten Lessons on the Mass. This is a short and sweet daily email each of the forty days of Lent with a tidbit of background on the Mass. I offer practical knowledge to brush up on a few things you once knew and many you didn’t. The more you know, the more you’ll appreciate the majesty of the Mass.

You can sign up to receive my Lenten Lessons each morning in your email inbox at no cost – we just want to help you have the best Lent possible. I look forward to accompanying you on your Lenten journey.

With prayers and best wishes,

Rev. Francis J Hoffman
Executive Director
Relevant Radio

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