Daily Archives: October 16, 2013

Eucharist and Old Testament

A fascinating post by Jefferson, which beautifully opens up the Old Testament prefigurations of the cornerstone of our faith: the holy sacrifice of the Mass. CHRISTWICK Exodus 12:1-28,  we read “On the tenth of this month………..It is Passover of the … Continue reading

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Malaysia’s Appeals Court denies Malay-speaking Christians the freedom to write “Allah”.

On Monday 14 October 2013, a panel of three Muslim judges of the Court of Appeal of Malaysia quashed the 2009 judgement of the High Court that the Catholic Church in the capital city could use the word “Allah” in … Continue reading

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A perspective on Franciscan humility in the liturgy

English Catholic recently posted this brilliant short piece on his blog: I am so fortunate to live in Hong Kong to be able to worship at a church where they have an unusually humble and inclusive form of liturgy at Mass.  There has … Continue reading

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Cor ad Cor Loquitur

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