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Daily Archives: 25 November 2009
Non-cooperation seems to be the widespread response to the Vatican investigation of women religious. From Tom Fox at NCR: With about half of the responses from the nation’s 59,000 women religious accounted for, only about one percent answered, as directed, … Continue reading
This is one of three very long prayers of the Easter Vigil. The rubrics are as follows: 222. After the Litany of the Saints, the celebrant blesses the water, using the blessing formulary given in option A. When baptism is … Continue reading