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Daily Archives: 29 August 2022
Regarding the acolyte … 6. The acolyte is appointed in order to aid the deacon and to minister to the priest. It is his duty therefore to attend to the service of the altar and to assist the deacon and … Continue reading
Romano Guardini is in the liturgy news these days, at least in the social media outlets I’ve seen quoting his laments about the inadequacies of modern Christians. I agree with his sense of the modern divorce from religious symbol. However, … Continue reading
Since the Artemis I launch was postponed today, maybe some space stuff here instead. I’ve sold or given away most of the collections I began in childhood. Still, they interest me. Stamps and space combined, yay. It was the 1970s … Continue reading