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Daily Archives: 25 October 2021
These two sections give us some background on the Roman Rite liturgical books. Many people are surprised to learn that the texts of the liturgy are under international copyright. The church earns royalties when a publisher assembles, prints, and sells … Continue reading
This quest leads back to the original times, as if (people) were desperately seeking the world of beauty out of (their) reach ever since the original fall. It crosses history under multiple forms and the profusion of a multitude of … Continue reading
Reconciliatio et Paenitentia 12: Other Means of Reconciliation, Part 2, Preaching and Pastoral Action
There is yet another means: that of preaching. The church, since she is the disciple of the one teacher Jesus Christ, in her own turn as mother and teacher untiringly exhorts people to reconciliation. This reminds me of Pope Paul … Continue reading