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Daily Archives: 17 September 2007
Any comments on the new format? For some reason, my old header disappeared. I took it to be a challenge and opportunity for a change in decoration. I probably need to do that more often.
GILH looks at the “Priesthood of Christ in the Liturgy of the Hours.” 13. In the Holy Spirit Christ carries out through the Church “the task of redeeming humanity and giving perfect glory to God,” [SC 5.] not only when … Continue reading
Are we talking furthering liturgical reform in terms of quality, reverence, and beauty? I don’t think it is. If any principle sums up my approach to good liturgy, I’d say that does it. As Liam suggested earlier today, rules are … Continue reading
Also known as Winged Migration. We borrowed it from the library last week and settled down to watch it this morning. Today was a happy confluence of a day off from school and my wife’s birthday. I figured I might … Continue reading
Zenit has a bitty piece on Budapest Cardinal Peter Erdo’s three points for the International Congress for the New Evangelization: “In Budapest we saw that what was needed first of all was to deepen the faith, spirituality and missionary awareness … Continue reading
Briefly, the General Instruction treats the connection between the Liturgy of the Hours and the Eucharist: 12. To the different hours of the day the liturgy of the hours extends [See Presbyterorum Ordinis 5.] the praise and thanksgiving, the memorial … Continue reading