Cruising from San Juan 3/22/08 & want to go to a Catholic Easter Mass Sat nite — need church names & times?

Question by SoccerMom: Cruising from San Juan 3/22/08 & want to go to a Catholic Easter Mass Sat nite — need church names & times?
Prefer churches in Old San Juan. Need to be on board the ship by 9pm.

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Answer by Bill C
Cathedral de San Juan

Phone :+1 787 722 0861
Address: 153 Calle Cristo, San Juan, PR 00901, Puerto Rico

A favorite stop for tourists.
The Cathedral was built in 1592, on the same site of the previous cathedral that was destroyed by a hurricane around 1584. Located on Calle Cristo


San Ignacio De Loyola
Roman Catholic Church
Calle Narciso 1904,
Urb Santa Maria
Rio Piedras, PR 00927-6706
Telephone 787 751 7680

One more:However this is just outside Old San Juan in Condado

Stella Maris Parish
69 Calle Cervantes
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Tel: +1 787 723 2240

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Truth and our times: the baccalaureate sermon preached in Calvary Church on Sunday evening in Commencement Week, June 21, 1863, before the president, … addressed to the the graduating class

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Christmas and holiday season, a season to remember:

The Christmas season, the holiday season, or simply the holidays is an annual festive period that surrounds the Christmas holiday and other holidays. It is sometimes synonymous with the winter season in the Northern Hemisphere, and is usually said to occur between late November and early January. It has been found to have a proportionate effect on health, compared to the rest of the year.[citation needed] Its reference and naming by schools and governments has been the subject of controversy in the United States. It incorporates a period of shopping which comprises a peak season for the retail sector (the "Christmas shopping season"), and a period of sales at the end of the season (the "January sales").

The exact definition, name, and celebratory method of the period varies from culture to culture. The Vatican and Roman Catholic adherents celebrate Christmas beginning with Advent between November 27 and December 3 and ending after the Epiphany on January 6. Eastern Orthodox churches observe the Nativity Fast from September 1 through December 24 and the holiday season lasts through January 7th. In medieval pagan cultures, the season began after All Hallow’s Eve and lasted through the Twelfth Night. According to Yanovski et al., in the United States the season "is generally considered to begin with Thanksgiving and end after New Year’s Day". According to Axelrad, the season in the United States encompasses at least Christmas and New Year’s Day, and also includes Saint Nicholas Day. The U.S. Fire Administration defines the "Winter Holiday Season" as the period from December 1 to January 7. According to Chen et al., in China the Christmas and holiday season "is generally considered to begin with the winter solstice and end after the Lantern Festival". Some stores and shopping malls advertise their Christmas merchandise beginning after Halloween or even in late October, alongside Halloween items. In the United Kingdom, Christmas food generally appears on supermarket shelves as early as September.

The precise definition of feasts and festival days that are encompassed by the Christmas and holiday season has become controversial over recent decades. Traditionally, the only holidays included in the "season" were Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day (in some countries), New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and Epiphany. In recent times, this definition has begun to expand to include Yule, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Thanksgiving and Black Friday.[10] Due to the phenomenon of Christmas creep and the informal inclusion of American Thanksgiving, the Christmas and holiday season has begun to extend earlier into the year and may even include Halloween.

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How many times a week do you attend a church, fellowship, or crack open a bible?

Question by Curtis: How many times a week do you attend a church, fellowship, or crack open a bible?

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Get the Latest Catholic Church Mass Times Now on the Internet

Get the Latest Catholic Church Mass Times Now on the Internet

Get to know the Catholic Church Mass Times through the Internet. It is generally obligatory to attend on Sunday, but you can always attend the Weekday and Weekend Masses too.
Descriptions have been found of community gatherings in Saint Paul’s epistles and Acts of the Apostles to mark the Lord’s Supper, which is known as the Eucharist. The earliest forms of Mass were celebrated in tombs of martyrs in Rome. The celebration is more than memorial it depicts sacrifice also. It is Church’s method of fulfilling the command of Christ. The Catholic Church Mass Times are generally obligatory to be attended on Sunday. It is something, which all Catholic Christians do willingly, but definitely do not understand the significance of it.

The chosen day was Sunday because Christians had transferred the Sabbath day to Sunday. Sunday was when Christ was resurrected from the dead. The church has ordained the Christians to join during the Catholic Church Mass Times and refrain from any sort of unwanted work. It is obligatory to go by the Third Commandment, which tells us to keep the Sabbath Day holy. Hence, all catholic Christians has to attend the mass every Sunday.

The Mass is treated as a sacred banquet, to mark it as a cenotaph of the Last Supper, where all faithful followers come and join. It is always not needed to get the Communion to perform the Sunday duty, but it is recommended that one follow the sacramental Confession. In the early years, the mass was seen as a sacrifice or as a mythical reality where Christ’s sacrifice was, transformed. According to the Trent Council, Christ who had offered himself in a bloody way was presented in the Mass in a non-violent or non-bloody way. The Saturday Vigil Mass includes congregational singing and music led by organist and cantor.

Nowadays the mass schedule is available over the Internet for the benefit of all Catholic Christians. This has been a great help and a big boon for all Christians. Whether you want to know the place or the time, or the Church you can get all the required information on the Internet. All travelling Catholics and parishioners will easily find out a Mass-taking place near them. Every mass schedule needs to be unambiguous and accurate so that nobody has any problem. Hence, finding mass has become even easier now.

On the Internet, travelers can look up for churches by place or country or zip code or exchange code. If someone conducts a city search then specific topics will come like shrines, churches, and cathedrals. From there you will be able to know various things like Weekday and Weekend Catholic Church Mass Times. Once you have found a church near you where you can attend the Mass, you can cross-refer on the information given on the Internet. This way you can ensure whether the information you have is correct and up-to-date. So next time whenever you are planning your trips and vacations you can always look up the Internet and find out the Mass times near you.

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New Book Shines Hope for Those in Dark Times

Romeoville Ill. (PRWEB) August 31, 2009

Self-publishing author P. E. Calhoun released his inspirational and informative book titled 7 Facets of God, ways to never feel alone by experiencing God. It was published under Xulon Press to offer hope for those feeling alone and struggling with depression and anxiety while at the same time wanting answers.

7 Facets of God offers insight into a world where peace and contentment is most common. P. E. Calhoun shows how we work, how God works and ways we can be content by combining the two. “If you knew who walked beside you on this path, which you have chosen with your free will, you could never experience worry, guilt, suffering or any other paralyzing emotion” P. E. Calhoun says in the introduction.

When asked why he wanted to write such a book P. E. Calhoun answered, “In times like these, a lot of people feel as if they’re having to take on the impossible single handedly and that’s not the case.” He continued saying, “I wanted to let people know they’re not alone while at the same time showing them how to avoid depression, anxiety and other feelings which make us want to give up hope.” 7 Facets of God, a 188 page paper back, also promises to give readers the ability to know how others are talking about them when they’re not around.

With government health care in the foreground and antidepressants being engineered chemically to make us feel good synthetically in a society looking to go all-natural, 7 Facets of God is expected to be in wide demand. It guarantees to show readers how they can tap into an all-natural antidepressant inside their own body. According to its author P. E. Calhoun, the best part about the all-natural antidepressant in our body is it’s free and works instantly. No more waiting hours or days for the benefits. The only side effect is it’s contagious to others helping them feel good as well.

Sales are expected to climb as demand rises moving towards the holiday season. The increasing divorce rate combined with the downed economy and the government health care plan make predicting the demand difficult while at the same time verifies that a demand does exist. “With the season offering the most depression and anxiety approaching, people are going to want a better and more effective way to cope. The fact that it also helps people see the way others are talking about them after they’ve left the holiday parties is icing on the cake” said P. E. Calhoun. Readers can order 7 Facets of God by calling toll-free (866) 909-BOOK (2665) or visiting which can also be linked too with

About P. E. Calhoun

P. E. Calhoun is the author of 7 Facets of God. He continually seeks challenges which require insightful out-of-the-box perspectives resulting in the most creative solutions. Regularly attends Calvary Church in Naperville Illinois, with a congregation of over 10000 people where he has volunteered as a camera operator since 2004. He has worked eclectically in such industries as the medical industry, transportation industry, and most recently the electronics industry as a Test Engineer.