The title of this piece surely rings a bell with all readers of this blog. They are the words of one of my predecessors though he knew nothing of blogs or the Internet. A predecessor of mine? Yes, and of yours too. His name of course, is Paul of Tarsus and we do well to look on him not only as a role model or example, but as a predecessor of ours.
Or What Have They Done To The Missal?
For six months now, we have been struggling to become familiar with a new translation of the Roman Missal. Some may be wondering was it really necessary, is it what the bishops really wanted and English-speaking Catholics really needed? Only time will tell whether it was really worth all the trouble, but in coming to that judgement it must help to know something of the background.
Photos are from prayer services, vigils, peaceful demonstrations, Masses, and other gatherings in support of women religious in the United States in May and June of 2012 in response to the Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith's assessment of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious and various other investigations and criticisms of Sisters in the U.S..
"Love Cannot Be Silenced" was written and composed from the heart by Kathy Sherman, a sister in the Congregation of St. Joseph.
Artwork is by Sister Mary Southard, CSJ (See www.MinistryOfTheArts.org and http://www.marysouthardart.org/ ).
The Benedictine abbot of Einsiedeln in Switzerland, Abbot Martin Werlen, penned a brochure which has caused a bit of uproar: “Discover Together the Embers under the Ashes.” The abbot of Einsiedeln is a member of the Swiss Catholic bishops’ conference.
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Luca Badini Confalonieri, PhD in Theology (Dunelm),
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The Book Werner used in his talk at the National Conference
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