Daily Archives: 4 July 2006

Armchair Liturgist: Seating Altar Servers

Reviving a popular CS feature, let’s get your comments on where altar servers could and should sit during the celebration of Mass. Edward McNamara of Zenit’s Liturgy column states this week: The text of the GIRM quoted in the previous … Continue reading

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Titan, Backlit

Even without color, this is an impressive image: Saturn’s largest moon eclipsing the sun from Cassini’s perspective. The sun is quite small at this distance, so what we see in this image is Titan’s nitrogen atmosphere bending sunlight toward the … Continue reading

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Gaudium et Spes 85

Gaudium et Spes 85 deals with international economic cooperation: The present solidarity of (hu)mankind also calls for a revival of greater international cooperation in the economic field. Although nearly all peoples have become autonomous, they are far from being free … Continue reading

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Gaudium et Spes 84

Link here, but the text of section 84 is: In view of the increasingly close ties of mutual dependence today between all the inhabitants and peoples of the earth, the apt pursuit and efficacious attainment of the universal common good … Continue reading

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