Archive | January, 2013

FOR US MEN AND OUR SALVATION: Professing the Creed for the Year of Faith

CREDO: Professing the Creed for the Year of Faith   FOR US MEN AND OUR SALVATION by Jen Ambrose Some years ago, I was enrolled in a graduate course focused on Liturgy. Our professor assigned a paper and presentation based on one aspect of the Mass or other worship for the non-Catholics in the class. […]

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CONSUBSTANTIAL WITH THE FATHER: Professing the Creed for the Year of Faith

CREDO: Professing the Creed for the Year of Faith   CONSUBSTANTIAL WITH THE FATHER by Jeff Miller One of the most remarked about changes in the English translation of the Creed that was introduced at the start of Advent in 2011 was the use of “consubstantial” over “one in being.” Multiple arguments were made against […]

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Quick Takes: Babymoon Edition

I’m not sure I have enough to say to fill seven quick takes, but we’ll just see what happens. ONE Lucia is the calmest, sweetest baby ever. She almost never cries. A bit of a fuss for a messy diaper or when she’s hungry, but otherwise she doesn’t do that fussing for no apparent reason […]

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