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Daily Archives: 11 January 2010
It’s no accident that the English word “orientation” includes the root for “east” in Latin. Orientation of liturgical prayer has resurfaced recently, and seems to be getting heavy promotion in reform2 circles. Msgr Marini, in his recent address to priests, … Continue reading
At this point, the adult ritual (RCIA 53) finds the the presider asking the sponsors and the assembly if they are prepared to help the candidates. A curious rubric, asking the children to fetch their parents appears in RCIA 265: … Continue reading