Daily Archives: 7 January 2015

The Armchair Liturgist: Communicating With Lectors

This weekend’s feast gives a choice of readings. The 1998 Lectionary added options for years B and C. We’re in the former of those cycles, but the A readings are still a possibility. (Check the USCCB site for them.) This … Continue reading

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What If They Didn’t Fire The Person?

I noticed at Kathy Schiffer’s site on Patheos a note about the Archdiocese of Miami advising employees not to show public support for same-sex unions in that state–something recently opened up by the courts. How far do you suppose the … Continue reading

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DPPL 182: Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

You can easily do a search on this site for Neil’s many fine contributions on this observance. 182. At every celebration of the Holy Eucharist, the Church prays for unity and peace(Cf. Roman Missal, Ordo Missae, the prayer Domine Jesu … Continue reading

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