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December 27, 2017

Submitted November 09, 2017; How the Liturgy fits into the Sacramental Economy.

The sacramental economy refers to that part of the sacramental life of the Church in which “Christ now lives and acts in and with his Church,”[1] and how he “acts through the sacraments”[2] in order to communicate “the fruits of [his] Paschal mystery in the celebration of the Church’s sacramental liturgy.”[3] This economy is part of an even greater economy, the economy of salvation, which broadly deals with the “mystery of Christ” as it is “revealed and ful...

November 24, 2017

On whether consecration, particularly vocational consecration, is scriptural, liturgical, and prayerful; submitted October 25th, 2017.

Consecration—particularly personal consecration to the service of the Church—is, in and of itself, something divine: “the person who surrenders himself to the God he loves above all else thereby consecrates himself more intimately to God's service and to the good of the whole Church.”[1] In that way, with special regard for the faithful, consecration is indeed scriptural, liturgical, and prayerful; Scri...

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