Daily Archives: 5 April 2010

Hierarchy In Jeopardy

From the pages of dotCommonweal, I see a lot of coverage of the cover-up scandals. Apparently, Cardinal Sodano didn’t follow some of us into an apolitical Triduum. Tim Shriver has a good opinion piece up today at the WaPo: But … Continue reading

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Reform2 For Republicans

Thanks to a reader’s kind e-mail, I had a chuckle last week with this headline and subtitle: Obamacare, the Day After With repeal unlikely, reforms of the reform may be the Right’s best bet. Link here. Speaking of politics, if … Continue reading

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RCIA 409-410: Completing Initiation and Mystagogy

Let’s get back into the RCIA groove, picking up where we left off with the initiation of baptized but uncatechized adults: 409. The high point of their entire formation will normally be the Easter Vigil. At that time they will … Continue reading

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Triduum 2011: Planning For Next Year

Even before our staff and liturgy commission unpack the Triduum, I get ready for next year while the events are still fresh in my head. I’ve asked a few people to send notes to me. In fact, Good Friday’s sacristan … Continue reading

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