Daily Archives: 17 July 2021

Scripture for the Sick or Dying: Psalm 91:1-7

Psalm 91: it’s a psalm for Lent. Two of the most-loved post-conciliar songs are paraphrases of it. Just about every church composer has given it a go–and why not? It is a deep expression of trust in the Living God. … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 218: The Joy Of Acknowledging Others

Uniformity is not a friend of a healthy culture. The joy of acknowledging others 218. All this calls for the ability to recognize other people‚Äôs right to be themselves and to be different. This recognition, as it becomes a culture, … Continue reading

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Traditionis Custodes Introduction, part 2

In the second paragraph of the introduction to Traditionis Custodes, Pope Francis outlines a brief history of the permission to celebrate the pre-conciliar liturgy. The intention of the 1988 expansion of the indult, or permission, to pray according to the … Continue reading

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