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Daily Archives: 2 August 2011
Liturgiam Authenticam 18
What about the situation in which travelers want or need a vernacular liturgy? Such provision is made: 18. In celebrations for speakers of a foreign language, such as visitors, migrants, pilgrims, etc., it is permissible, with the consent of the … Continue reading
Off To Camp!
The young miss had her turn. Now’s mine. Posting likely scarce the next several days. A staff colleague and I are taking five students to Evangelization Camp in Wisconsin. Looking forward to some formation outside my usual area of ministry, … Continue reading
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Liturgiam Authenticam 17
Spoken “artificial” languages: are these still foremost in the minds of any significant number of people? 17. As for the use of “artificial” languages, proposed from time to time, the approval of texts as well as the granting of permission … Continue reading
The Female Exodus
The Religion News Service picked up this story today that indicates we may have found a solution to the alleged “feminization” of Christianity. If you can’t get the men involved, just alienate more women to attempt to balance it all out. … Continue reading →