Daily Archives: 7 September 2008

A Well-Built Faith

Joe Paprocki’s book is making the rounds. Turns out the author’s a blogger. That’s a good sign. The DRE at my new parish had a stack of them to give out to some of her catechists. Hmm, I thought when … Continue reading

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How To Find a Particular Wedding Psalm

Bethany asks in the combox of one of the wedding lectionary posts: I am also trying to find the sheet music for this particular responsorial psalm. I am the cantor in a wedding and no one can seem to find … Continue reading

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Women of the Word

The CNS Blog has some reports on next month’s synod on the Word in Rome. Cindy Wooden reports on location, location. Yesterday, some numbers and names were published. Anybody have old professors in the bunch? Numbers are nineteen women of … Continue reading

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NFL Prognosticating

Taking a stab at the NFL’s final records this season:   New England 13-3, Buffalo 9-7, NY Jets 8-8, Miami 4-12 Pittsburgh 12-4, Cleveland 9-7, Cincinnati 7-9, Baltimore 5-11 Jacksonville 11-5, Indianapolis 10-6, Houston 9-7, Tennessee 5-11 San Diego 10-6, … Continue reading

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The Armchair Liturgist: Auditioning Parish Choir Members

Here’s a question for you musically-inclined armchair liturgists: Do you or would you have auditions for parish music ministry? If not, do you have a de facto screening process for people who join, but who are never mic’ed or don’t … Continue reading

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