7 Lost Catholic Traditions We Need To Bring Back

The Catholic Gentleman

Should we bring these traditions back?

On this episode of The Catholic Gentleman podcast, hosts Sam Guzman and John Heinen discuss several rich Catholic traditions we desperately need back in faith life.

“These practices have been either marginalized or forgotten, but have great value for the Church and our individual pursuit of holiness,” the episode’s description states.

The guys discuss these topics:

  • Scapulars and their spiritual benefits
  • Friday fasting and abstinence and the First Friday Devotion
  • 54-Day Rosary Novena, Perpetual Novena, the Angelus, Liturgy of the Hours, and the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  • Gregorian Masses
  • Sacramentals, including blessed chalk, water, salt, and oil
  • Celebrating the Nativity of St. John the Baptist
  • Ember Days
  • How accepting these traditions will better your life

Listen to the episode below:

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