Daily Archives: 17 May 2008

The Armchair Liturgist: The Trinity in Song

A feast to celebrate this weekend, and perhaps a dilemma for the pragmatists among us. If you’re using four-part hymns, many of them have a final verse invoking the Trinity. Do you sing all the verses? Do you stick tight … Continue reading

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FIYH Introduction 2-3: Proclamation

The introduction of FIYH continues on the theme of the proclamation of the Gospel. While this document intends to cover the Sunday homily, other forms of proclamation are noted, charity, and the Eucharist itself: “Proclamation” can cover a wide variety … Continue reading

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Going Clubbing

If any readers are in the KC area, come on out to Lowell Observatory just outside Louisburg KS for tonight’s public program. Have you never been to an astronomy club before? No problem. Here’s how to star party with the … Continue reading

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Sacrum Diaconatus Ordinem 1-3: “Whether and Where”

The frequent complaint of traditionalists and conservatives is that post-conciliar reformers did not toe the line of Vatican II. What they fail to realize is that bishops were entrusted with what was seen as the continuing effort of Church reform. … Continue reading

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