He didn’t realize the cameras were still rolling. He was very happy at how well the ceremonies went. Yippee!
Archive for April, 2011
The male subjects were far more likely to assert that the objects were completely in or out of a particular category. The women, on the other hand, were more likely to reject absolute answers in favor of the “somewhat” (or “it’s not that simple”) option. The women were just as absolutely sure the answers were complex as the men were sure they were simple.
Am I the only one who has misgivings when, at the Easter Vigil, the Celebrant invites the Congregation to extinguish their Easter candles at some point in the service (usually before the readings begin?
Tomorrow’s the big day for the happy couple. See what they’re planning and what the celebrant has to say.
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Join us in Collegeville this summer for the Collegeville Conference on Music, Liturgy, and the Arts. This year’s theme: “Implementing the New Missal: Anxiety – Renewal – Opportunity.”
73% of the general population in Germany say the Catholic Church should implement reforms such as optional celibacy and women’s ordination
by Jim McKay
“The Chrism Mass is celebrated two days before Easter, which parallels the anointing two days before the Passover. In the morning the bishop could preach to his priests about the anointing of Jesus, and in the evening those priests preach to their people about Jesus copying the position of the woman to wash his disciples’ feet.”
The most powerful religious language is often a little elevated and incantatory, even ambiguous or just plain hard to understand.
An article in this morning’s Washington Post reporting on some Easter Sunday celebrations in the D.C. area points us to the meaning of Easter itself.