In June, I had the pleasure of participating in a panel at the CTSA celebrating and commenting on the publication of Bruce Morrill’s new book, The Essential Writings of Bernard Cooke (Paulist Press, 2016) (Amazon link). In my presentation, which developed Cooke’s understanding of sacramentality (chapter 3 of the book), I commented that it would be […]
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Sacramentality and foundational experience: a reflection on Bruce Morrill’s The Essential Writings of Bernard Cooke
The newly instituted policy serves two purposes: to connect spirituality to sacred nature and to better serve younger couples who want to wed outdoors.
By now, publishers have received the copy of the Marriage Rite for use beginning September 8. Composers are at work setting the texts.
“We know that the New Testament speaks of “churches that meet in homes” (cf. 1 Cor 16:19; Rom 16:5; Col 4:15; Philem 2). A family’s living space could turn into a domestic church, a setting for the Eucharist, the presence of Christ seated at its table. We can never forget the image found in the Book of Revelation, where the Lord says: “Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if any one hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me” (Rev 3:20).”
Here are two very interesting passages that we might start with at Pray Tell – on the marriage rite and married clergy.
This text may be used as of September 8, 2016, and its use is mandatory as of December 30, 2016.
The document states the marriage of an Orthodox Christian with a non-Orthodox Christian is forbidden and cannot be celebrated in the Church, though it can be “blessed out of indulgence” if the children of marriage will be baptized and raised Orthodox.
You can now pre-order from the Catholic Truth Society the revised rites of Matrimony and Confirmation (if you live in the U.K.)
“People are suffering because their marriages are broken, not because they cannot go to Communion.” – Cardinal Müller
It seems that one speaker spoke of the smoke of Satan in the synod aula.