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Daily Archives: 19 January 2009
Yep. A good song for the festivities of the week. Thanks to Liam for the link.
So … anybody using the readings for the Conversion of Saint Paul this weekend? If so, any preference on the first reading, Acts 22 or Acts 9, and why? The USCCB gives the options. Remember that the official permission is … Continue reading
Synod Prop 17 calls upon women to be admitted to the “official” ministry of lector. Here it is, word for word: The synodal fathers acknowledge and encourage the service of the laity in the transmission of the faith. On this … Continue reading
(This is Neil) I especially address Catholics throughout the world that, united in prayer, they do not tire to work to overcome obstacles that still impede full communion among Christ’s disciples. The ecumenical task is even more urgent today, … Continue reading