The miracle of the Eucharist does not depend on using the ‘right’ liturgy

Terrance Klein writing in America Magazine:

A Reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Easter

Readings: Acts 13:14, 43-52 Revelation 7:9, 14b-17 John 10:27-30

Before the Reformation, even the Catholic Church did not have a uniformly celebrated liturgy. Here, for example, is a fascinating variant in the medieval rite of marriage. It is the exchange of rings, described in Nicholas Orme’s intriguing and user-friendly Going to Church in Medieval England (2021)…

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