Daily Archives: 7 May 2012

Funeral Lectionary: 2 Timothy 2:8-13

Scripture scholars think there are ancient Christian hymns quoted, embedded, or otherwise utilized in the texts of the New Testament. One is in 2 Timothy’s contribution to the funeral Lectionary: Remember Jesus Christ, raised from the dead,   a descendant … Continue reading

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Charity and Vision

Two double-digit seeds in today’s poll: I heard a really nice setting of Ubi Caritas Saturday night performed by the Ames Chamber Artists. Ola Gjeilo is a fine young composer who draws on plainsong and a modern sensibility of harmony. … Continue reading

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RDCA I, 30-31: Concluding Rite

According to number 30, the intercessions are introduced and led by the bishop, not the deacon. The prayerds themselves are offered for the community, for Christians and their unity, for those who labor on the building, for persecuted believers prevented … Continue reading

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GDC 255: “The family as an environment or means of growth in faith”

The first locus for catechesis, the domestic Church: 255. Parents are the primary educators in the faith. Together with them, especially in certain cultures, all members of the family play an active part in the education of the younger members. … Continue reading

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