RE: [liturgy-l] Groundhog Day Liturgy
- Apologies to Bob: St. Irenaeus is not to blame for this post!
Those pagans on the other side of the I-90 probably just killed it and ate
it....without regarding its iconic meaning as a symbol of darkness coming
So much for the Civil Religion of America.
Now, here in the Pacific Northwest, we actually have Mountain Beavers, which
run pretty fast, and can get away from you....
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of Bob White
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2006 12:37 PM
Subject: Re: [liturgy-l] Groundhog Day Liturgy
On 1/31/2006 Daniel Lawson wrote:
> Has the Shrove Tuesday rite been suppressed everywhere or just in the
> Diocese of Michigan? Similarly, Bob, you used to be in western PA.
> Is there a local Punxsutawney Rite Groundhog Liturgy (Or is it just
> the Punxsutawney use)?
Scott Knitter will need to handle the first question.
In thinking about Northwestern Pennsylvania one must always remember
that Interstate 90 is an uncrossable boundary and Erie is on the
opposite side from that place where they did who knows what with a furry
"Because of his boundless love, Jesus became
what we are that he might make us what he is."
- Yes...this comment from my priest at my first confession didn't help
motivate me to confess regularly, either. Thank you for your guidance
as to what's a sin; this will help me prepare for my long-overdue
On 2/12/06, Frank Senn <fcsenn@...> wrote:
> Whar a serious "no-no" the priest committed! You don't evaluate the seriousness of the sin in the confessional. If it is something that gets in the way of one's relationship with God or other people, it is a sin. You hear it out and pronounce the absolution.
Scott R. Knitter
Edgewater, Chicago, Illinois USA
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