Daily Archives: 7 June 2015

Are Gestures Needed?

PrayTell has a post illustrating “How To Do The Consecration.” Philip Endean, SJ, leaning toward the “populist,” reacts to the strict notion that the Eucharistic Prayer is uttered to the Father: (T)hese considerations would seem ultimately to suggest we shouldn’t do … Continue reading

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Dives in Misericordiae 3d: Living Mercy

The end of this numbered section is worth careful consideration. John Paul II has presented the Biblical case for the Father’s mercy, and the Son’s revelation of it. And more, really, than simply revealing divine mercy–Jesus embodies the merciful love … Continue reading

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PS 58-62: Good Friday

Remember, you can check the full document on this site, among many on the internet. Let’s get deep into Part V, Good Friday, by looking at a chunk of five short sections: 58. On this day, when “Christ our passover … Continue reading

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