Daily Archives: 31 October 2021

Forest Scene Assembled

Another scene pieced together. My wife, who loves waterfalls, picked this one up last month and it was waiting for me to finish the last one. This brand–I won’t mention by name–is tricky. Almost all the pieces are the same … Continue reading

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A Weekend For Saints?

There used to be lots of discussion in Catholic circles about holy days. Should they stay on the original day or moved to a nearby Sunday? Epiphany and Corpus Christi vacated their days in the US long ago–almost out of … Continue reading

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CDWDS Decree on Magnum Principium 14-16: More On Languages

A basic responsibility is laid out for the conferences of bishops: they decide which languages will be used in liturgy. They also determine who and how this will be done: 14. It is for the Bishops’ Conference to decide which … Continue reading

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Reconciliatio et Paenitentia 13, Part 5: Babel

Pope John Paul II brings out for our consideration an old story from Genesis. Would you be surprised to learn it comes from the eleventh chapter, the tale of the Tower of Babel? In order to carry out this penitential … Continue reading

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