Daily Archives: 3 March 2008

My Other Blog

Our parish’s effort at a group blog continues with a post a week. Good & Faithful Stewards is our attempt to look at the principles of stewardship as they apply to the Ninety Days. At least. Later this week, my … Continue reading

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DMC 20-21: When Adults Are Few

In the US, school liturgies are the most common application of Chapter III: Masses With Children in Which Only a Few Adults Participate: 20. In addition to the Masses in which children take part with their parents and other family … Continue reading

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More on the Three Judgments

I underestimated the virulent opposition to the three judgments of Musicam Sacram, the US Bishops’ MCW, and the most recent Sing to the Lord. For the uninitiated, the basic premise is that sacred music touches upon three conditions: the quality … Continue reading

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Body Revealed

Forty years after death, the body of Padre Pio is exhumed–I didn’t know they had a liturgy for that. Aware of my own bishop’s concerns on the local Bodies Revealed exhibit, I see more in common with the attempt to … Continue reading

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