Daily Archives: 6 January 2012

Cardinal George Has A Good Day

I applaud the archbishop of Chicago for his remarks–I saw this piece (where else?) at the Bench. When I was talking, I was speaking out of fear that I have for the church’s liberty and I was reaching for an … Continue reading

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A Psychology of St Blog’s, Illustrated

One of the more interesting things about blogging is to observe how different people interact. The campus ministry at Texas A&M has a significant web presence. I wish my own parish would emulate it. Marcel LeJeune posted his list of … Continue reading

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GDC 99-100: Trinity

Let’s read about “The trinitarian christocentricity of the Gospel message.” 99. The Word of God, incarnate in Jesus of Nazareth, Son of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the Word of the Father who speaks to the world through his Spirit. … Continue reading

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GIRM 112-114: The Different Forms of Celebrating Mass

We will be occupied with GIRM’s Chapter IV for a long time. It covers numbered sections 112 through 287. The first subdivision, “Mass with the People,” covers nearly half the chapter, 115-198. In GIRM 199-251, we’ll look at concelebration, though … Continue reading

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