As Catholics we’re still learning how to navigate the tides of the Internet effectively without falling into worldly and often sinful habits. – See more at: http://aleteia.org/2016/02/27/against-liturgy-shaming/#sthash.ahWCiVlO.dpuf
Archive for February, 2016
It may leave behind a damp floor, but for those who have taken part it will have communicated a renewed vision of the church.
The matter of the washing of feet of women is likely to be omitted on Holy Thursday by a negative attitude toward women in the liturgy generally. Seminary faculty should make known to their seminarians in a positive spirit the fundamental contents of the recent Decree and the fundamental theology underlying it.
Many of the mystics of the Christian tradition of east and west have spoken about personal experiences of illumination, when things become suddenly clear and understood.
“’Uniatism,’ understood as the union of one community to the other, separating it from its Church, is not the way to re–establish unity.”
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Which is more significant for the liturgical experience—sacred time or sacred space?
In case you are as frustrated as I am with the glib reporting of “last rites” being administered to Antonin Scalia many hours after his death, or you have your friends asking you about this, here is a quick map from Paul Turner’s website, of the complications surrounding the “last rites”: http://paulturner.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/death.htm Send to Kindle