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Monday, January 23, 2006

In case anyone doesn't get Zenit e-mails -

- there is a very interesting interview today with Monsignor Petrus Yousif, professor of Syro-Chaldean patrology and Chaldean liturgy at the Pontifical Oriental Institute and the Catholic Institute of Paris, about the Chaldean rite, which has recently undergone some reforms. This is particularly interesting:

The text is clearer and more compact and it has, as a principle, the priest turning to the people when the people are being addressed, and when speaking to God, the cross is again gazed upon because it is Jesus who has the Father's face.

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Blogger Perpétua:

"Monsignor Yousif: According to the Second Vatican Council, it is a good thing that we remain faithful to our rite, and we are called to give testimony of it because of its antiquity, originality and richness, as a treasure that is part of the patrimony of the universal Church and of humanity." Us, too! :) Thank you for posting this!

Mon Jan 23, 10:06:00 PM GMT  

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