Daily Archives: 30 August 2007

God and Evolution: A New Solution?

(This is Neil.) As you might guess from my recent silence on the blog, I’ve been rather busy. I do want to eventually return to earlier discussions, particularly on late medieval liturgy and discernment, but those posts, alas, will have … Continue reading

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Bertone on Liturgy

It wasn’t a speaking gig, but a letter to the 58th Italian National Liturgical Week. Zenit has a brief story on Cardinal Bertone’s piece, but here’s a snippet in case you don’t want to engage the link: “For every Christian … Continue reading

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The Armchair Liturgist: Devotions at Mass

If you’ve visited Zenit’s liturgy Q&A this week, hold your post. But if you haven’t, what would you say if somebody suggested your parish do the Divine Mercy Chaplet (or some other devotion) during Mass. Would it change your answer … Continue reading

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Wedding Mass Marriage Rite 27-29: Rings and Intercessions

  After the exchange of vows or consent, the priest blesses the rings and facilitates their exchange: 27. Priest:     May the Lord bless + these rings which you give to each other as the sign of your love … Continue reading

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