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Daily Archives: 14 October 2007
What To Do?
Cathleen Kaveny wonders “What Should Moderates/Progressives Do Now?” There’s a lot of good commentary on the thread, and other good people have already covered what I might say. Speaking from my personal experience, national politics holds little or no relevance … Continue reading
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GILH 110-112: Captions and Psalm Prayers
Part II of Chapter III treats Antiphons and Other Aids to Praying the Psalms: 110. In the Latin tradition of psalmody three elements have greatly contributed to an understanding of the psalms and their use as Christian prayer: the captions, … Continue reading
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Where Did They Put The Purificators?
One of my sacristans and I were having a discussion this morning. For the past year or more, we’ve had purificators (see right) disappear. My friend has seen them used in place of pyxes. But our ministry to the sick … Continue reading
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