- Christus Vivit 206: Synodal Ministry
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- Christus Vivit 203: A Pastoral Care That Is Synodal
- Christus Vivit 202: Youth Ministry
- Christus Vivit 200-201: The Last Of Roots
- Is Penance Working?
- Christus Vivit 198-199: Taking Risks Together
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Daily Archives: 3 November 2007
I have a presentation on Saint Paul to give for our parish’s “Saints Alive” series. Anything of note anyone can think of that I should be sure to cover?
Do-it-yourself liturgists in particular should pay attention to the different styles of intercessory prayer in Lauds and Vespers. 180. The general intercessions, restored in the Mass of the Roman Rite, have their place also at evening prayer, though in a … Continue reading
The musical link is probably only active for another few hours, but if you’re interested in this program bit: Giovanni Pierluigi da Palaestrina Missa Papae Marcelli – Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus – Regensburger Domspatzen/ Georg Ratzinger EMI CDC 7 … Continue reading
Let’s look at the concluding elements of the LH, starting with the place of intercessory prayer: 179. The liturgy of the hours is a celebration in praise of God. Yet Jewish and Christian tradition does not separate prayer of petition … Continue reading
In some circles, the language of the Twelve Steps is approaching a certain level of fatigue. Despite this, I think the terminology applies to any sex abuse situation, including the scandals within the Catholic Church. I also think the codependent … Continue reading