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Daily Archives: 5 November 2010
I see while I was away on retreat the hand-wringing on the new translation, whichever one we get, continued apace. This week, I notice this is going to be some sort of breaking news of scandal spun in such a … Continue reading
The outline of the Final Commendation is as follows: Invitation to Prayer Silence [Signs of Farewell] Song of Farewell Prayer of Commendation OCF 171 gives the presider two options for inviting the people to prayer. There are five additional options … Continue reading