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September 2021 archive of Music & Liturgy Musings

September 2021 archive of Music & Liturgy Musings

Ministries: Where Might You Be Called to Serve

Posted by Anthony Gallina on 9/22/21

More on Mass Ministries Where Might You Be Called to Serve?

 

Ushers and Greeters: Four years ago, you may remember hearing about the beatification of Fr. Solanus Casey. A simplex priest in the religious order of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, Fr. Casey resided in Detroit at ... Read More »

Ministries in Our Parish

Posted by Anthony Gallina on 9/22/21

Ministries

A quick reminder as I begin this bulletin article that I am happy to answer questions regarding liturgical or musical items. Perhaps one of your questions was answered in Father’s letter this week on “ascending solemnity.” Please feel free to send questions via email to [email protected] As Bishop ... Read More »

Liturgy: The Work of the People

Posted by Anthony Gallina on 9/22/21

Liturgy: The Work of the People

 

Lumen gentium (Light of the Nations), known by its English title as the Dogmatic Constitution on the Church was promulgated on November 21, 1964. This important constitution laid the foundation for many of the documents that followed in Vatican II. Lumen gentium explained:

• the Church’s nature and historical existence (chapters I and ... Read More »

Ephphatha! Be opened!

Posted by Anthony Gallina on 9/02/21

The Ephphatha Rite in Baptism

  In today’s Gospel, Jesus speaks the word “Ephphatha” to the deaf and mute man. Hearing this word is particularly striking as it is one of the few words or phrases in the New Testament where the writer chose to retain the original Aramaic ... Read More »

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