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Daily Archives: 11 May 2014
Music is vitally important to the Sunday Mass: 50. Given the nature of Sunday Mass and its importance in the lives of the faithful, it must be prepared with special care. In ways dictated by pastoral experience and local custom … Continue reading
Because it’s Sunday, and not Saturday, I will have to miss the festival of football on ten NBC networks this morning. It’s also Confirmation at a 2pm Mass, so I’ll miss all the post-game punditry, too. The young miss would be … Continue reading
Mystagogia in Evangelii Gaudium. What is that? Why does Pope Francis mention it? 166. Another aspect of catechesis which has developed in recent decades is mystagogic initiation.[Cf. Propositio 38] This basically has to do with two things: a progressive experience of … Continue reading