Daily Archives: 2 April 2011

Evil: Flight, Fight, or Find Another Way

I saw the CNS headliner, and I wasn’t going to comment on what happened when the Congregations for Liturgy and Priests get together to do a conference. But Jesus was an exorcist in Thursday’s gospel, and I’m not so sure … Continue reading

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A Liturgist Looks At Vestments

The novel by John Reimringer, not the clothing. I picked Vestments off the library shelf a few months ago, and declined to check it out after reading the first few pages–didn’t sound right to me. On a recommendation, I borrowed it a … Continue reading

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GILM 89-91: Psalm and Gospel Acclamation

We have yet to address the psalm and gospel acclamation. These considerations conclude Chapter IV of the GILM. 89. Among the chants between the readings, the psalm which follows the first reading is of great importance. As a rule the … Continue reading

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