Re: [liturgy-l] Example of a Union blessing for Men
- Brett Eustace wrote:
> Asking God to bless apostasy?This type of a response was addressed recently by the owners. At that time, it was made perfectly clear that there is not consensus on this and other issues. If you do not wish to participate in a
> Good luck...
discussion about these liturgies (should one begin) kindly hit the delete button and you will not have your conscience troubled.
Mama always said, if you can't say something nice...
- Dwight Penas wrote and I snipped:
> We have both long lamented the de-sacralizing of marriage within theHere again, desacralization of marriage may simply be tradition-
> Church, and we felt that this was a way both to do things right and to
> strike a blow for re-claiming sacramentals for the Church.
specific. In RC churches when both parties are RC and sometimes when
only one is, marriage is celebrated within a eucharistic liturgy.
But then RC's are prone to eucharisticize almost anything.
Traditions that do not have daily, weekly or even monthly eucharist
would porobably find a special eucharistic context for marriage as
So, concerns over sacralization or not of marriage may not be a
"Church" matter but a "traditions" matter.