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When are creed and Gloria said? Her God and your God

When are creed and Gloria said? Her God and your God

| August 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Q. My friend said that frequently at his parish they recite neither the Gloria nor the creed at weekday Mass. I knew that during certain periods of the year, the Gloria was not recited, but I thought that the creed was always used. Has something changed with the Mass that I am not aware of?

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Immigration and the Next America

Immigration and the Next America

| Jason Adkins | November 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

The story of America is the story of immigration. That is the message of Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez’s important and timely book entitled, “Immigration and the Next America” (Our Sunday Visitor). In it, Archbishop Gomez argues that the immigration debate is about much more than immigration.

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Rediscover: The Creed

Rediscover: The Creed

| June 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

– More than checklist, creed is God’s story in miniature
– Youth tracks to be featured at Oct. 12 celebration
– Teen’s road to Church includes public profession of creed
– How the Kardashians keep up
– What do you believe?

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Catholics called to take action to make kingdom ‘visible’ in world

Catholics called to take action to make kingdom ‘visible’ in world

| Mark Zimmermann | March 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

In his book “Faith That Transforms Us: Reflections on the Creed,” Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl encourages Catholics to pray, reflect and then act on the Nicene Creed that they recite at each Mass.

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Bearing witness to the Gospel in new ways

Bearing witness to the Gospel in new ways

| December 13, 2012

Last Holy week, 12 seminarians embarked on a mission to bring the Good News to the University of Minnesota campus

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New Creed text precisely articulates Jesus’ divinity, humanity

New Creed text precisely articulates Jesus’ divinity, humanity

| Father John Paul Erickson | August 16, 2011 | 2 Comments

One change that will certainly be noticed right away when reciting the new text is the translation of the Latin term “consubstantialem” as “consubstantial” rather than “one in Being.”

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The Creed: New words expressing ancient truths

The Creed: New words expressing ancient truths

| Father John Paul Erickson | August 2, 2011 | 1 Comment

On most Sundays and solemnities, the church asks the faithful to recite the Creed during Holy Mass. The Creed, or “Credo” in Latin, is a succinct list of what it is that we as Catholic Christians believe and profess to be revealed by God.

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