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Daily Archives: 21 November 2008
A bit of clarification from biblical expert Father Michel Remaud on the use of the Tetragrammaton in liturgy. The original CDWDS document said: Avoiding pronouncing the tetragrammaton of the name of God on the part of the Church has therefore … Continue reading
A CNS news brief yesterday alerted me to a letter written by Maine’s Catholic bishop, Richard Malone. I didn’t find a copy of that letter on his diocesan website, but I did read his homily from this past weekend, launching … Continue reading