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Daily Archives: 29 October 2011
Jimmy Mac sent me a link to this review of a review of MR3. With all the fuss about “proper” and “accurate” and “authentic” language, maybe it’s time to retire a few odious terms that are still stinking up the … Continue reading
In light of imprudent policies put into place by bishops in Phoenix and perhaps Madison, this portion of the GIRM is very illuminating: Above all, the Second Vatican Council, which recommended “that more perfect form of participation in the Mass … Continue reading