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Mandatum at a Wedding

After the vows, the couple washed each other’s feet, and then the feet of their new in-laws.

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“What We’re Reading”

When I first thought about what I have been reading lately, what came to mind is the undergraduate essays and papers I have been plowing through—more on them at another time.

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Blessed Pope Paul VI on Liturgical Reform: The New Epoch in the Church’s Life

Liturgical reform is not an arbitrary act. It is not a transitory or optional experiment. It is not some dilettante’s improvisation. It is a law.

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Liturgy in Collegeville: From the Archives – Part XXIV

It was suggested by several that beginning Sunday, Sept. 20, the congregation begin to recite the approved English parts of the Mass, with the exception of dialog responses and the Sanctus.

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Re-Reading Sacrosanctum Concilium: Article 86

Priests who are engaged in the sacred pastoral ministry will offer the praises of the hours with greater fervor the more vividly they realize that they must heed St. Paul’s exhortation: “Pray without ceasing” (1 Thess. 5:11).

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Rebuilt Liturgy

A report on the liturgy at Church of the Nativity in Timonium, Maryland.

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First professor of Australian poetry faces disgrace in row over race

“No Abos, Chinky-poos, Mussies, graffiti, piercings, jeans, tattoos, BCP in all Anglican chruches [sic]; Latin Mass in all Roman ones. Not a women to be seen in a sanctuary anywhere.”

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Pope Paul VI on Liturgical Reform: Restoring Dignity, Beauty, Simplicity and Good Taste

“Remember, if the faithful sing they do not leave the Church; if they do not leave the Church, they keep the faith and live as Christians.”

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Pope Francis on the “Temptations” of the Synod

“… a temptation to hostile inflexibility of the so-called ‘traditionalists’ and also of the intellectuals… the temptation of the ‘do-gooders,’… of the so-called ‘progressives and liberals…’

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My favorite story about Blessed Paul VI

Like any good Protestant Seminary, Fuller has a Board of Declaration (a Wittenburg door) at the campus crossroads, onto which any modern Martin/a Luther can post his/her thoughts.

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