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Old Aug 30, '11, 2:04 pm
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I want to ask fellow CAF members if they've read a book. It's about ceremonial in the Church. The thrust of my intended post is if anyone has read it and if they have any comments about the accuracy of its contents. Which would be the appropriate forum to post in?
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Liturgy and Sacraments
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You know, I'd imagine, that Canon Law as well as the Catechism of the Catholic Church are available in full online. There are also other Vatican documents that are guidelines to 'ceremonial' or liturgical issues which you should be able to find online to check in assessing the book
I googled "Vatican documents regarding Liturgy" and found a lot of sites listed

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Trishie and I were thinking along the same lines.

In addition, here is a list of the forums along with brief description. It was written by a former moderator serve as a guide in picking the appropriate forum for a discussion.

Choosing Your Forum Wisely
http://forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=145189
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Old Aug 31, '11, 6:34 am
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Liturgy and Sacraments
would be the appropriate forum.

You know, I'd imagine, that Canon Law as well as the Catechism of the Catholic Church are available in full online. There are also other Vatican documents that are guidelines to 'ceremonial' or liturgical issues which you should be able to find online to check in assessing the book
I googled "Vatican documents regarding Liturgy" and found a lot of sites listed

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The Liturgy and Sacraments Forum is where'll I'll post then. That is the Forum where I'm usually to be found. I didn't think of posting there because the book is neither about the sacraments or other liturgy.

The Code of Canon Law and the Catechism of the Catholic Church are both available on the Internet. The book is not about ecclesiastical law nor about faith or morals. These resources would be of no assistance.

There are a number of documents about non-liturgical dress for the clergy, precedence and related issues. I already know of these documents, most of which were issued during the reign of Paul VI Pp in the late sixties following the Second Vatican Council. They are also reproduced as appendices in the book of which I speak. They do not actually help.

Anyway, now I know I can post in that forum I will.

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