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Daily Archives: 14 November 2021
CDWDS Decree on Magnum Principium 48-49: More On The Confirmatio
Just a reminder: absolutely everything in the liturgical books gets a look, not just the black, the red, and the Scripture readings, but all the instructions, adaptations, explanations, foreword–the whole works. 48. In the case of lacunae in the translation … Continue reading
Early Sunday, First Snow
From my church’s front window.
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Reconciliatio et Paenitentia 17: Mortal and Venial, Part 6: Sin Without Abandoning God
A brief paragraph in the section titled, Mortal and Venial that does two things. It affirms Church teaching on distinctions in sin as identified through history. This doctrine, based on the Decalogue and on the preaching of the Old Testament, and assimilated … Continue reading
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