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Daily Archives: 11 April 2008
The first twelve sections of the rite HCWEOM constitute its “general introduction.” These sections are to the various rites of Eucharistic worship as the GIRM is to the Roman Missal. All of the rites have them. Many clergy and liturgists … Continue reading
That title’s a mouthful, no doubt. Our next post-conciliar document will be Holy Communion and the Worship of the Eucharist Outside Mass, acronymed HCWEOM. This document was promulgated in 1973 and is easy to find online. Our task here will … Continue reading
Will Gater hosts this week’s carnival, with links to a fascinating line-up of news and opinion on matters astronomical. Above is the latest color image on the Cassini site. Saturnian winter clouds, deep blue just a few years ago under … Continue reading