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Daily Archives: 3 November 2016
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
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?
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