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- The Armchair Liturgist: Paschal Candle and Easter Adoration
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Daily Archives: 15 February 2012
Since I’m reflecting on parish fun, I thought I’d share an image of our occasional jazz band, the Parisian Thoroughfares. This was snapped at the recent auction/dinner/dance. Our singer Anna and drummer Adam are rather obscured. I’m not at all … Continue reading
Our padre is away in Honduras making connections with our sister parish there and solidifying relationships. While the cat’s away … Some people were concerned about his statement “College students don’t know how to have fun.” Hence this.
This appreciation for the visual arts is rather forward-looking, and presumes a connection to Christ and the aims of liturgy: 289. Consequently, the Church constantly seeks the noble assistance of the arts and admits the artistic expressions of all peoples … Continue reading
Another listing. Seven ways in which catechesis accomplishes a connection between the believer and God, Jesus Christ, and the Church: 143. Catechesis, as communication of divine Revelation, is radically inspired by the pedagogy of God, as displayed in Christ and … Continue reading