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Daily Archives: 8 March 2015
One suggested diocesan initiative is for the ordinary to appoint a vicar for religious: 54. It is advisable that the office of episcopal vicar for religious be set up in the diocese to render a service of collaboration, in this … Continue reading
There’s been much discussion at PrayTell on the Mass fifty years after Pope Paul broke the modern language barrier with Mass in Italian. Fr Anthony Ruff, sans ticket, was there for the courtyard experience, and reports here on what Pope Francis … Continue reading
Let’s wrap up a week of discussion on sacred images. The Church reminds us of important guidelines, especially that images, statues, or relics do not belong on an altar: 244. The Church blesses sacred images because of their cultic significance. … Continue reading