Now that’s one whopper of a claim!
Archive for category BCDW / USCCB
“The veiling of crosses and images is a sort of ‘fasting’ from sacred depictions which represent the paschal glory of our salvation.”
The topic this year was the future of liturgical studies and the mission of CAL.
It’s a funny time we’re in. There seems to be lots of ferment around issues of authority, power structures, and credibility. Where’s it all going? Is the Holy Spirit up to something? What is it?
Here is the document on preaching just approved by the U.S. Catholic Bishops’ Conference:
“I’m hearing, especially from the priests, and from lay people as well, real reservations regarding the English translation of the new Missal. The new Missal, is more of a burden than a blessing.” – Bishop Brom
Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houstonwas elected chairman of the Committee on Divine Worship.
Evaluating the new missal; electing a new BCDW chair; approving a new preaching document.
USCCB Administrative Committee Approves Change to Sing to the Lord: Music in Divine Worship
I gather the word has worked its way upward that something didn’t work in the whole missal saga.