Daily Archives: 10 June 2011

The Armchair Liturgist Speaks in Tongues on Pentecost

One less than optimal idea I encountered was to render the first reading in multiple languages simultaneously until the point where everyone spoke “each one heard them speaking in his own language” in English. Then it was a choral reading … Continue reading

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Varietates Legitimae 44-45: Images and Devotion

VL considers images used for prayer: 44. The constitution Sacrosanctum Concilium has firmly maintained the constant practice of the church of encouraging the veneration by the faithful of images of Christ, the Virgin Mary and the saints, (SC 125, Lumen … Continue reading

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