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Daily Archives: 13 November 2011
Today we wrap up chapter I (Revelation and its transmission through evangelization) of Part I. It’s another lengthy section, which I considered chopping up into a few posts. But it connects closely with yesterday’s post, so let’s have at it: The … Continue reading
Some practical guidance for clergy: 32. The nature of the “presidential” parts requires that they be spoken in a loud and clear voice and that everyone listen to them attentively.[Musicam Sacram 14] Therefore, while the Priest is pronouncing them, there … Continue reading