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Attending a Catholic Church As a Non-Catholic ARCHANGEL PRESS - March 7, 2014 ... from time to time from my non-Catholic friends so I figured I would address it here. Non-Catholics are very much welcome at a Catholic Mass! In fact, I encourage everyone whether or not you are interested in becoming Catholic to go to a mass and see what it is like. What happens there? Well, depends on the day but you may show up before mass and be greeted by a greeter at the door. Once inside the sanctuary they may be praying the rosary or ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ArchangelPress/~3/qDj37G_Qyl4/attending-catholic-church-as-non.html
Catholic Liturgy: Abandon Hope? DAD29 - February 9, 2014 ... hack-job inflicted by Pope Paul VI's Consilium on the whole liturgical edifice of the Latin Church: the Mass; the Divine Office; the rites of the sacraments, sacramentals, blessings and other services of the Roman Ritual; and so forth. 8 Whatever else might be said of the reformed liturgy—its pastoral benefits, its legitimacy, its rootedness in theological ressourcement , its hegemonic status, etc.—the fact remains: it does not represent an organic development of ...http://dad29.blogspot.com/2014/02/catholic-liturgy-abandon-hope.html
Ten Interesting Facts About Advent CATHOLIC FIRE - November 29, 2013 ... Philippians: "Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice! The Lord is near." (Phil 4:4+5b) 4. In the Roman Catholic Church, the official liturgical color for most of the Season of Advent is violet. Only on the Third Sunday of Advent is a rose (pink) colored candle lit, as a symbol of joy; the priest may also wear rose vestments on this Sunday. 5. Advent wreaths have their origins in the folk traditions of northern Europe, where in the deep of winter people lit candles on wheel-shaped ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2013/11/ten-interesting-facts-about-advent.html