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Daily Archives: 5 August 2013
The CDWDS instruction Redemptionis Sacramentum followed (March 2004) about a year after Pope John Paul II’s encyclical letter Ecclesia de Eucharistia (April 2003). The document counts over 17,000 words in 186 numbered sections divided into eight chapters, a preamble, and a conclusion. It … Continue reading
I played a wedding at a nearby parish. I was requested to play this song as a prelude for the singer to render. The lyrics did not give me confidence. A sample: Oh, come on girl, Who cares if we’re … Continue reading
My parish’s last two writers have included these in the Sunday intercessions the past two weeks: That members of the St. Thomas Aquinas Parish know that the Lord desires to answer our prayers and we only need to ask, to … Continue reading
My pastor, Fr Jon Seda preached it this weekend:
The last of the subject of integrating hearing and seeing. The notion of touch is brought to the first two senses: 31. It was only in this way, by taking flesh, by sharing our humanity, that the knowledge proper to … Continue reading