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Daily Archives: 16 September 2013
In the first week of this online retreat, we are called to consider our life’s stories. I was thinking back to many memories of the days before I was baptized (at age 11), but one that stood out a little … Continue reading
Wrapping up Chapter II, we examine with the CDWDS the matter “On the Joining of Various Rites with the Celebration of Mass.” Those liturgically knowledgeable among you readers know this can be done. But should it? And if so, under … Continue reading
Our examination of Go and Make Disciples includes another response to the “why.” We evangelize because people must be brought to the salvation that Jesus the Lord offers in and through the Church. While we acknowledge that the grace of God … Continue reading