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Daily Archives: 26 September 2012
We’ll take four sections to discuss the most important week of the Christian year before returning to various secondary appointments in a church. § 81 § Passion (Palm) Sunday marks the final movement of the Lenten season toward the Triduum. … Continue reading
Building inspectors have advised us not to hold Sunday worship in the church this weekend. I’ve been busy exploring alternate venues that accommodate our many students who do not have access to transportation to get them very far off campus … Continue reading
A careful aside in Paul VI’s narrative, which seems to go without saying: 37. The Church cannot accept violence, especially the force of arms- which is uncontrollable once it is let loose- and indiscriminate death as the path to liberation, … Continue reading