The Feast of Creation and the Mystery of Creation
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by Lizette Larson
2M ago
LIZETTE LARSON -- Like many ecumenical gatherings which truly listen to one another, there was a delight in simply being gathered together and in being pleasantly surprised by the insights of each represented ecclesial community. The post The Feast of Creation and the Mystery of Creation appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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Ecumenism is banned…again…
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by Katharine E. Harmon
4M ago
Is ecumenism dead?  Is there any left?  Is there any hope for Catholics?  For anyone? At the recent North American Academy of Liturgy meeting, I found myself describing the “isolation” of Catholics, and Catholic ignorance of other traditions and rites.  My Protestant brothers and sisters looked at me with some sympathy, but not all their […] The post Ecumenism is banned…again… appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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Ordering Hospitality: Christian celebrations “on the same page”
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by Lizette Larson
8M ago
The desire to break loose from the ordo often resulted in a ritual being about the presider alone. The post Ordering Hospitality: Christian celebrations “on the same page” appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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Societas Liturgica at Maynooth
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by Rita Ferrone
8M ago
A brief report on the 2023 Societas Liturgica Congress The post Societas Liturgica at Maynooth appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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Book Review: When Church Stops Working
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by Other Voices
8M ago
A specially designed, shorter text, aimed at reaching ordinary people, clergy as well as lay, in serious reading and reflection on the local church, namely the parish. The post Book Review: <i>When Church Stops Working</i> appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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Brief Book Review: Historical Foundations of Worship
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by Fr. Neil Xavier O'Donoghue
8M ago
A common basis for the study of liturgical history that can be appreciated by readers of any Christian tradition. The post Brief Book Review: <i>Historical Foundations of Worship</i> appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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Amen Corner: Orthodoxy’s Kryptonite
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by Nicholas Denysenko
8M ago
With the approach of Orthodox Pascha, Pray Tell's Nicholas Denysenko offers pointed words on the relationship between Orthodoxy and the ongoing war in Ukraine in this quarter's Amen Corner. The post Amen Corner: <i>Orthodoxy’s Kryptonite</i> appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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In This Issue: Ex Fonte 1 (2022)
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by Editor
8M ago
Features explore ḥūḏrā of the Assyrian Church of the East, Carthusian stole practice as a potential model for women in the diaconate, the funerary rituals of E II R, and much more! The post In This Issue: <i>Ex Fonte</i> 1 (2022) appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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New Open-Access, Ecumenical Journal Powered by the University of Vienna
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by Editor
8M ago
A new international and ecumenical scholarly journal focuses on bringing global scholarship together in discourse. The post New Open-Access, Ecumenical Journal Powered by the University of Vienna appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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‘A wandering we’ll go,’ ecumenical Advent lessons
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by Lizette Larson
8M ago
Purple versus blue, Christmas songs everywhere by Halloween, Black Friday, the imposition of urgency in consuming…the usual rush around Advent – we all live immersed in some of it every year around the end of November.   In the US, Thanksgiving (particularly the Thanksgiving triduum of Thursday, Black Friday, and football) overshadows the beginnings of […] The post ‘A wandering we’ll go,’ ecumenical Advent lessons appeared first on PrayTellBlog ..read more
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