Category Archives: Liturgy

Cinquant’anni Dopo 10-11: In the Person of Christ

We continue our examination of Cardinal Robert Sarah’s June 2015 essay for L’Osservatore Romano. I’ve used an “early” translation, attributed here to Michael J. Miller at Catholic World Report. Others are out there. The dialogues are among the most important … Continue reading

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Cinquant’anni Dopo 9: Toward The East

Let’s continue our examination of Cardinal Robert Sarah’s June 2015 essay for L’Osservatore Romano. The translation, is here, from Michael J. Miller at Catholic World Report. Contrary to what has sometimes been maintained, and quite in keeping with the conciliar … Continue reading

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Cinquant’anni Dopo 7-8: A Grace From Christ

We continue our examination of Cardinal Robert Sarah’s thoughts on participation from his June essay this year for L’Osservatore Romano. I’ve used an “early” translation, attributed here to Michael J. Miller at Catholic World Report. I’m not sure why the … Continue reading

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Cinquant’anni Dopo 6: Participation

Let’s keep up with Cardinal Robert Sarah and his June 2015 essay for L’Osservatore Romano. I’ve used an “early” translation, attributed here to Michael J. Miller at Catholic World Report. I wanted to take some careful time looking at Cardinal … Continue reading

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Cinquant’anni Dopo 3-5: Christ’s Role in the Liturgy

We continue our examination of Cardinal Robert Sarah’s June 2015 essay for L’Osservatore Romano. I’ve used an “early” translation, attributed here to Michael J. Miller at Catholic World Report. I’ve also titled this series of posts according to the first … Continue reading

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Cinquant’anni Dopo 1-2

Cardinal Robert Sarah’s June 2015 essay for L’Osservatore Romano has made significant rounds, especially on reform2 sites. It’s not a terribly long piece, and I thought it worthwhile to have an in-depth look at it. I’ve used an “early” translation, … Continue reading

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Axial Spot

Rita Ferrone writes of Aidan Kavanagh here on PrayTell. Two families of friends will celebrate infant baptisms tomorrow at my parish. This isn’t them, but it might look something like this: I think Aidan Kavanagh and Rita are thinking of … Continue reading

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