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Daily Archives: 4 February 2022
The CDWDS Q&A document has two last questions which received a “negative” response. To the proposed question: Can a Priest who is authorised to celebrate with the Missale Romanum of 1962 and who, because of his office (Parish Priest, chaplain, etc.), … Continue reading
We continue exploring the introduction to the US Bishops’ Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us. Paragraphs 7 through 15 illustrate Jesus, the Model Teacher. What do the bishops mean? The longer episode from which the title of this document is derived … Continue reading