Daily Archives: 28 November 2009

Fault, Fault, Grievous Fault

Not a good week for the Roman Catholic hierarchy. There is a bright side, however. In a way, it’s a good thing the new English translation wasn’t rushed into action by tonight, like the earliest timetables were suggesting. Can you … Continue reading

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The Armchair Liturgist: Advent Wreaths

The home tradition of an Advent wreath has, for better or for worse, invaded our churches. Sit in that purple chair and render judgment as a new liturgical year commences. How would you handle the Advent wreath in a church?  … Continue reading

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Not Gold Friday?

How was your Black Friday? Where on earth did they come up with that term, anyway? Isn’t this supposed to be a happy day for the economy, with all these people pouring their recession-squeezed dollars into the coffers of business? … Continue reading

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