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Daily Archives: 24 August 2008
My otherwise sensible friend Jeffrey Tucker is promoting polyphonic propers at the NLM site this weekend. (Sorry; I’d link the post, but NLM doesn’t seem to provide easy (or even possible) post linking.) Polyphony is great as a concert experience. … Continue reading
Section 15 contains the examination of the deacon candidate by the bishop. The questions asked teach us something of the Church’s expectations for the diaconate ministry. EXAMINATION OF THE CANDIDATE 15. The candidate then stands before the bishop who questions … Continue reading