Monthly Archives: November 2021

Honouring Sunday – a statement from the Bishops’ Conference

During the pandemic, public worship was suspended for a time and there have been restrictions on parish life.  As a result, people have been exploring other ways to practice their faith, including Spiritual Communion via live streaming. As people begin … Continue reading

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November – a month for remembering our beloved dead

November is the month for prayerfully remembering our loved ones who have died. Our Catholic faith teaches us that the prayers of the living can help carry those who have died to the everlasting embrace of God: “May the prayer of … Continue reading

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New clarifications on liturgical translation from the Congregation for Divine Worship

The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments has issued a decree with clarifications concerning liturgical translation. The decree explains in detail how the process of translating liturgical texts is supposed to work, with respect to the shared … Continue reading

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