Daily Archives: 3 November 2016

What’s A Voter To Do?

One of my facebook friends is “flummoxed” over the presidential line on the upcoming ballot. For my friend, neither major party candidate is an option, and likewise third-party candidates are a “no.” For the benefit of others in a like … Continue reading

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The Armchair Liturgist: Cremation Terminology

Words mean a lot, especially to a liturgist. Your opinion, dwellers in the purple chair, on the portmanteau “cremains.” Would you use it, discourage it, or ban it? If one of the latter two, any notion of a replacement?

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Amoris Laetitia 213: Wedding Liturgy As Personal Experience

I can see how some clergy and liturgists would be a bit squeamish about the notion of “personalizing” a wedding liturgy. But I see the Holy Father’s point in this section. The operative adjective is “profound,” and the verb used … Continue reading

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