Daily Archives: 22 January 2012

Thomas Aquinas Novena, Day Three: Teacher

Opening Prayer Glory Be … Scripture Let no one despise your youth, but set the believers an example in speech and conduct, in love, in faith, in purity. Until I arrive, give attention to the public reading of scripture, to … Continue reading

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GIRM 172-174: The Deacon in the Introductory Rites

Over this post and the three that follow, we’ll recount what the GIRM says about the deacon’s role in various stages of the Mass. At the start, there’s an option: to walk next to the priest or in front of … Continue reading

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GDC 117: Five Human Aspects of Catechesis

The five human aspects of formation are evangelical, biblical, credal, moral, and liturgical: 117. For this reason, catechesis is eminently christological in presenting the Christian message and should therefore “be concerned with making (people) attentive to their more significant experiences, … Continue reading

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