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Daily Archives: 13 February 2012
GDC 142: “Divine pedagogy, action of the Holy Spirit in every Christian”
God is at work in the “school of the Word of God.” 142. “Blessed is the (one) whom thou dost chasten, O Lord, and whom thou dost teach out of thy law” (Ps 94:12). In the school of the word … Continue reading
GIRM 284-287: How To Provide Communion From The Cup
It’s interesting, don’t you think, that to provide Communion from the Cup, you don’t even need an extraordinary lay minister? 284. When Communion is distributed under both kinds: a) the chalice is usually administered by a Deacon or, in the … Continue reading
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Religious Freedom ’12: Has It Jumped The Shark?
While there’s little doubt the president blundered on this, and the USCCB was emboldened by a flock temporarily flying in the same direction, I think the moment has likely come and gone for the HHS mandate and the protest against … Continue reading →