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Daily Archives: 21 July 2010
Who Should Be The Patron Saint of Soccer?
Here’s a good question for the sports-minded. An Austrian journalist and (of course) the Salesian News Agency are promoting Saint John Bosco. It’s probably not lofty enough for John Paul II, who still awaits official sainthood. He was a very … Continue reading
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Where Is She?
She’s at camp this week. Even the pets are bothered by her absence. Last night three cats and a dog were staring at me, as if to say, “Where is she?” Count usually settles with the family member in need of … Continue reading
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OCF 46: Funeral Liturgy
Two forms of the “funeral liturgy” are possible: 46. The section entitled “Funeral Liturgy” provides two forms of the funeral liturgy, the central celebration of the Christian community for the deceased: “Funeral Mass” and Funeral Liturgy outside Mass.” When one … Continue reading