Daily Archives: 22 April 2012

Violet & White Brackets

The last three dance 2012 posts will sort out the red and green brackets. But the other two are done. We’ll resume fresh polling on Wednesday, I think. Meanwhile, here are the matchups that will lead to one half of … Continue reading

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What Is Folk Music?

The last of thirty-two first round polls comes your way today: The title question is apt as you consider your choice today. How wide a path foes the folk genre cut into music as a whole, including sacred music? The … Continue reading

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Quam Singulari 15-20: Theologians Weigh In

I debated splitting this section into two posts. But the progressive argument seemed to be important to present without a break, so bear with it. Lateran IV and the Angelic Doctor are about as authoritative sources as one can find … Continue reading

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GDC 232: “Various types of catechists particularly necessary today”

Wrapping up Part Five, Chapter I on various “agents” of catechesis. Some of these you may recognize as staff members in your parish or as lay people who serve in any of these various needs: 232. The figure of the … Continue reading

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