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Daily Archives: 22 October 2021
What do you know: we have a new liturgy document to examine. Starting sometime soon we’ll take a look at the 4300-plus words of the CDWDS DECREE giving effect to the dispositions of can. 838 of the Code of Canon Law. Pope Francis’ … Continue reading
Mike Lewis at WPI explains the full episode behind the theft of statues at the Vatican’s Amazon synod two years ago. According to Vatican correspondent Austen Ivereigh, they didn’t even do “research”: I noticed that they never actually asked an … Continue reading
Let’s wrap up Pope Francis’ address to the Diocese of Rome last month. I came here to encourage you to take this synodal process seriously and to tell you that the Holy Spirit needs you. It is true: the Holy … Continue reading
Pastoral Proposals involving the Beauty of Christ discusses “education,” including in and about the liturgy. An appropriate education helps the faithful grow in the life of prayer of adoration and worship, and fuller participation in the truth to a liturgy lived … Continue reading
Reconciliation Comes from God: do we need more convincing? Pope John Paul II cites a lot of Scripture, starting with the incarnation: For, according to our faith, the word of God became flesh and came to dwell in the world; … Continue reading