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Daily Archives: 5 March 2008
Courtesy of Origins, and Liam’s sharp eye at the WDTPRS blog, a chart on the implementation timetable of the new English translation of Roman Missal III. Perhaps I was optimistic to think Advent 2010 would be a drop-dead date for … Continue reading
Chapter Three’s Part 1. Offices and Ministries in the Celebration addresses liturgical ministries. Internal participationists who complain about multiple liturgical roles won’t like it. While the DMC differentiates between the two, this is where the Church connects ordinary participation with … Continue reading