Daily Archives: 30 June 2008

The Armchair Liturgist: Year of Paul

Fr Martin Fox and others mentioned ideas and resources on the Paul’s Year thread below. Any other ideas for you armchair liturgists in the reading audience? Myself, I’ve been pondering something like a “lessons and carols” format (similar to the Office … Continue reading

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Wedding Lectionary: Romans 8:31b-35, 37-39

Let’s get it out in the open: this is one great reading. It’s appropriate to observe Year of Paul, day two with a look at one of the three wedding Lectionary suggestions from the letter to the Romans. This reading … Continue reading

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FIYH 50: The Lectionary

Why are the readings at Catholic liturgy set up as they are? What relationship does that have to the homily? [50] The homily is not so much on the Scriptures as from and through them. In the Roman Catholic tradition, … Continue reading

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