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Daily Archives: 5 May 2010
Blog lists are good in that I always find a few interesting sites I hadn’t seen before: 50 Best Catholics Blogs, and thanks for entry number 45.
The latest issue of Coin World showed the new design for the $100 FRN (above, compared to the current, below). About a dozen shots of the printing and details, too. I commented to the young miss that they’re giving counterfeiters … Continue reading
For either catechumens, candidates, or both, this sending rite is optional. RCIA 530 notes this celebration is provided “for parishes,” likely as much if not more than for the catechumens and candidates themselves. RCIA 531 reminds us that while “admission … Continue reading