Daily Archives: 11 June 2022

GCSPD 21-23: Eucharist

We continue our examination of Guidelines for the Celebration of the Sacraments with Persons with Disabilities, specifically in paragraphs 21 through 26 which detail Church policy of participating in the Eucharist. In this post, we’ll look at general principles involved, … Continue reading

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On The Tube: Faith, Hope, and Love

My wife was having a restless night earlier this week. I woke to find the other side of the bed empty and the living room tv running a streaming movie. It was the usual fare of family-oriented/Hallmark romance but it … Continue reading

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Absolution Shift Away From Old English

Is it the nicer-sounding words? The grasping for something of English-Germanic wordsmithing that comes up empty? I’ve commented elsewhere here and in social media about the Liturgiam Authenticam shift in English translations to words of French origin. Therefore, closer to … Continue reading

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