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Daily Archives: 16 May 2011
This could almost be an “armchair liturgist” piece–asking what your parish does or what you would do were you in charge. Over the years, I’ve served in a few parishes that regularly filmed the Sunday Mass. Sometimes, it’s been done … Continue reading
The importance of the Word is summarized: 23. The church is nourished on the word of God written in the Old and New Testaments. When the church proclaims the word in the liturgy, it welcomes it as a way in … Continue reading