Daily Archives: 14 January 2012

GIRM 147-151: The Eucharistic Prayer

These sections were expanded considerably from 1975′s GIRM 56 & 108-109. For ease of reference, I colored sections new to 2000 in red: 147. Then the Priest begins the Eucharistic Prayer. In accordance with the rubrics (cf. no. 365), he … Continue reading

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The Adjustment Bureau

When most of the people had left the staff Christmas party last night, our host cracked out last year’s well-regarded The Adjustment Bureau. I thought it started off pretty well. One fantasy/science fiction premise from Philip K. Dick is nicely … Continue reading

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GDC 108: Four Points of History

Under the notion of history, we have Biblical catechesis, doctrinal catechesis, and sacramental mystagogy. Perhaps you can help me shed some light on the last point, which seems to suggest the discernment of God’s revelation in the experiences of life. … Continue reading

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