Daily Archives: 29 July 2011

Tale of Two Weddings

Admittedly, I debate posting about things close to home, but there may be a lesson or two in this parable. Very recently, I was confronted by two very different approaches to weddings at the parish. In wedding number one, I … Continue reading

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Liturgiam Authenticam 13

Lacking an official translation, a language may still be used for singing, intercessions, and in the homily. As may Latin: 13. Moreover, the fact that a language is not introduced into full liturgical use does not mean that it is … Continue reading

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