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In the sixteenth century the Holy Name was introduced as a liturgical feast. IHS represents the name of Jesus. Originally the letters came from a contraction of his name in Greek. Later, they became linked to the special devotion to his holy name. Over time, IHS has taken on different meanings. This Name expresses and synthesizes the great myteries of the Incarnation and the Redemption; it is at the center of the universe like a point of contact, like a bridge between God and all mankind.

Man can reach God only by means of Jesus and in the Name of Jesus : "for there is other Name under heaven whereby we must be saved". Gracious Name!

Name full of love and virtue! Through You, sins are forgiven, enemies overcome, the sick healed, and sufferers strengthened in adversity! You are the honor of believers, the Master of preachers, the comfort of those who toil, the support of the weak. Holy desires are nourished by the ardor of Your fire; and by it, necessary suffrages are obtained, contemplative souls are inebriated, and the triumphant are glorified in heavenly glory! O triumphant Name! All hope of pardon, of grace and of glory is found in You! O sweetest Name, You pardon the guilty, You reform evil habits, You fill the timid with divine sweetness and drive away terrifying visions!

By You, the mysteries of eternal life are revealed, souls are inflamed with divine love, strengthened in time of struggle, and freed from all dangers. Delightful Name! Admirable Name! Venerable Name! Little by little You raise the souls of the faithful by Your gifts and graces to the heights of heaven. All to whom You communicate Your ineffable grandeur, by Your power attain to salvation and glory!

How good is Your Name, 0 Lord!



Grant that its goodness may make me, unworthy creature that I am, capable of loving and praising You with all my heart. Holy Mother Church reveals to us the greatness of His Name. The month of January is traditionally dedicated to the Holy Name of Jesus. Since the 16th century Catholic piety has associated entire months to special devotions.

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Holy Mother Church reveals to us the greatness of His name. It was on the occasion of the rite of Circumcision that a name was given to children among Jews.


So the Church uses the same Gospel as that of the Feast of the Circumcision, and dwells on the second part, which tells us that "the Child was called Jesus", "as God had bid that He should be called". This name means Savior, for "there is no other name given to men whereby we must be saved". Although it is not difficult to find devotion to the Holy Name in some ancient Christian liturgy, the official origin of this feast is traced to the sixteenth century, when it was celebrated by the Franciscan Order.

It was promoted in a special manner by St. Bernard, St. Bernardine of Siena, St. John Capistran and by the Franciscan Order. The feast is meant to impress on all Christians the dignity of the Holy Name. Before the reform of the Roman Calendar this feast was celebrated on January 2.

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In the liturgical revisions of Vatican II, the feast was deleted, though a votive Mass to the Holy Name of Jesus had been retained for devotional use by the Dominican and Franciscan Orders. With the release of the revised Roman Missal in March , the feast was restored as an optional memorial for the whole Church and set on January 3. Lord, have mercy on us. Christ, have mercy on us. Jesus, hear us. Jesus, graciously hear us. God the Father of Heaven R.

Have mercy on us. God the Son, Redeemer of the world, R. See More. I Intro. V1 Verse 1. C Chorus. It Interlude. V2 Verse 2. Vp Vamp. B Bridge. Is Instrumental. Rf Refrain. E Ending.

This pleased the man once again. This was a little more serious but still pleasing to the sick man. I am scared and afraid. If God is so holy and righteous as you maintain, then I am a lost man! The pastor now chose to leave and did not return the following day. Please tell me something comforting again. I feel as though I am already in hell or hell is inside of me.

Of course, I could tell you much more about nice and wonderful things, but you have chosen not to hear about them. Therefore, you must die in your unfortunate state and await your fate on the other side, for which I feel most sorry for you.


Tell me! Can I still be saved? Finally, the pastor was able to proclaim the Good News to the sick man with power, and that this Jesus, who had been so despised by the sick man until now, wants to be His Creator and Savior and that he may turn to Him with all his sins and beg for His mercy.

Jesus bled and died on the cross to redeem him as well as the whole world. Now the sick man was glad to hear of this Jesus who accepts poor sinners.

In Him he now sought refuge and learned that Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and in no other Name given among men can anyone find salvation.