Daily Archives: 17 November 2016

Some Aspects of Peace at Mass

Discussions on the Sign of Peace in the modern Roman Rite are not new to this site. We looked at it five years ago in our survey of the GIRM. We had a follow-up a few days afterward. Visitor Anthony … Continue reading

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Crickets and Sacraments

At PrayTell, Fritz Bauerschmidt wonders about the practice of wordless reception of the Eucharist among clerical concelebrants at Mass. It strikes me we have a lot of dialogue prior to the Communion procession: Eucharistic acclamations, including an Amen response to … Continue reading

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Amoris Laetitia 227: Faith Formation

Words are important. We can speak of education. That implies an ascendancy of the mind and will. One can learn the tools needed for a long-lasting marriage. We can also speak of formation. This word implies something deeper. Formation is … Continue reading

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