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Daily Archives: 9 April 2010
It seems to be true, but the announcement is forthcoming later today, as of this writing. One blogger gets it way wrong: Stupak’s fall reminds me of something out of a Greek tragedy. It’s a shame–I’m reasonably convinced he thought … Continue reading
Sections 425 through 432 cover the Liturgy of the Word in a Rite of Welcoming. Here’s the outline: Instruction (425) Readings (426) Homily (427) Presentation of a Bible (optional, 428) Profession of Faith (429) General Intercessions (430) Prayer over the … Continue reading