Daily Archives: 15 December 2009

RCIA 252: Children of Catechetical Age

It’s a misnomer, the acronym RCIC. There is no such thing in the Roman Rite. If an acronym is necessary, use CICCA. Sections 252 through 330 give the instructions, rubrics, and rituals for young people. First, let’s hear the basic … Continue reading

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The Eastern Orthodox Saints of North America

(This is Neil) Should we recognize sanctity in the different churches and ecclesial communities? It is difficult to imagine a negative answer being theologically intelligible – would we constantly have to adopt an arbitrary suspicion towards “what appears to be … Continue reading

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Latest From The Battlefront

I like this writer’s take on the Great Christmas War X. (Or maybe it’s XI, or IX … or … well, whatever.) There was a movement (hippies mostly) at one time who didn’t appreciate business co-opting their religion to turn … Continue reading

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