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Daily Archives: 13 January 2011
OCF 373-384: Morning Prayer
The rubrics of OCF 373 tell us that if the body is received at church in connection with this hour, the rite of reception (OCF 82-86) begins the liturgy, the introductory verse (God come to my assistance, OCF 374) and … Continue reading
Wah! No Polyester!
The usual St Blog’s suspects going after women religious. Aside from some spelling problems in the chain of command compliance, I’d say that Tom, Rich, and Jeff are just soreheads because the poster sister was wearing denim and a cotton … Continue reading
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