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Daily Archives: 13 December 2011
The past few semesters, we’ve put on an evening breakfast for students trying to survive finals week. Last year, it was a staff-driven thing. This month–tonight, in fact–one of the student teams has spearheaded it. I volunteered to set up … Continue reading
A small part of the Mass between the Preparation of the Gifts and the Eucharistic Prayer: 77. Once the offerings have been placed on the altar and the accompanying rites completed, by means of the invitation to pray with the … Continue reading