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Daily Archives: 15 April 2010
The Pentitential Rite, the quasi-scrutiny for the baptized, includes a greeting (RCIA 464) in which the priest “welcomes the assembly” and an explanation that this rite will have “different meanings for the different participants.” And those participants: candidates, those preparing … Continue reading
Professor Nicholas Cafardi lays out some good questions for the USCCB leadership and their political pro-life operatives. I am saddened that our sacred pastors, men whom I truly admire, allowed themselves to be led into a partisan cul-de-sac that they … Continue reading