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Daily Archives: 7 January 2010
I notice on NCR the piece in which Papal Liturgist Msgr Guido Marini comes out as a reform2 advocate. I purposefully use the word continuity, a word very dear to our present Holy Father. He has made it the only … Continue reading
I was gratified to read Fr Thomas Rosica’s commentary on Zenit on this weekend’s gospel, especially his theme I serendipitously dropped on the young miss yesterday: We, too, are called to a prophetic career. When we were baptized into Christ … Continue reading
The Rite of Acceptance for child catechumens parallels the rite for adults somewhat closely. One exception is that it doesn’t list the musical choices given in RCIA 48ff. Let’s read the rubrics 262. The priest or deacon, wearing an alb … Continue reading