Daily Archives: 10 May 2012

Hildegard an Official Saint

A word from the newest official saint: I reach out my hand to God that he may carry me along as a feather is borne weightlessly by the wind. Liam sent word to me this morning: the Pope formalizes the … Continue reading

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RDCA II, 5: Relics

Relics in the altar: do we still do them? Sure, but with important guidelines: 5. The tradition in the Roman liturgy of placing relics of martyrs or other saints beneath the altar should be preserved, if possible. But the following … Continue reading

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GDC 259-260: Catholic schools

Today’s section explores Catholic schools: 259. The Catholic school (Cf. Congregation for Catholic Education, The Catholic School, Rome 1977) is a most important locus for human and Christian formation. The declaration of the Second Vatican Council, Gravissimum Educationis “makes a … Continue reading

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Two P’s, Two Gowns, and a Living Room Guitar

Pardon for passing up the polling yesterday. People, you have it here: For some reason, WordPress took out the rest of my commentary: You can hear John Paul II sing Pescador de Hombres here. As for Panis Angelicus, I prefer … Continue reading

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