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Daily Archives: 9 July 2021
Fratelli Tutti 211: Consensus And Truth
What is the best way to achieve respect? Insurance companies, managers, and HR departments will send people to sensitivity training. Maybe teaching people to dialogue and then sending them to do it would be better. What do you think? Consensus … Continue reading
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The Armchair Liturgist: Silence In The Prayers Of The Faithful.
On the Universalis site, I found rubrics and text for the Prayers of the Faithful. After each intention there is a pause while the faithful pray. The minister says: Lord, in your mercy. All reply: Hear our prayer. The Priest … Continue reading
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