Daily Archives: 1 April 2015

‘Twas the Night Before …

Is Wednesday a night for spies? A merciful addition to the Holy Week calendar, perhaps? It’s a busy liturgical night in the parish with practices for all three Triduum liturgies taking place. I opened up my dulcimer case–broken string! No … Continue reading

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DPPL 264: Canonical Recognition

We mentioned in yesterday’s post that official recognition is part of the Church’s plan for universal, or even widespread devotion to a place of faith: 264. “The term shrine signifies a church or other sacred place to which the faithful … Continue reading

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