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Daily Archives: 8 April 2011
PrayTell notes the Vatican invitation to talk to bloggers on May 2nd. What–they think the whole Catholic world will just drop everything and come to Rome for a one-day meeting? … What did you say? … Oh, yeah. There’s that. … Continue reading
Easter Sundays (of the season) are organized thus: 100. The Gospel readings for the first three Sundays recount the appearances of the risen Christ. The readings about the Good Shepherd are assigned to the Fourth Sunday. On the Fifth, Sixth, … Continue reading