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Maria Regina said:
s2srea said:
Hit the thumb down by accident, sorry (im on a smartphone).


No problem.

Hey, could you please post the full quote from Father that is partially posted in your signature.

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Fr, Réginald Marie Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.:
"The Church is intolerant in principle because she believes; she is tolerant in practice because she loves. The enemies of the Church are tolerant in principle because they do not believe; they are intolerant i  ...





Sure, it's one of my favorites:

"The Church is intolerant in principle because she believes; she is tolerant in practice because she loves. The enemies of the Church are tolerant in principle because they do not believe; they are intolerant in practice because they do not love." - Fr. Réginald Marie Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.
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Fr, Réginald Marie Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.:
"The Church is intolerant in principle because she believes; she is tolerant in practice because she loves. The enemies of the Church are tolerant in principle because they do not believe; they are intolerant i

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RomanCatholic1953 said:
Back in the 1960's before the introduction of the new mass, the only prayers
that the Priest said in Latin were the offertory prayers.
The Mass I served was in the Dominican Rite at St Dominic's Church in
Washington, DC.
At the presentation of the water and the wine. I was required to repeat
as an Altar Boy these three Latin Words: Bene Dici Te or Bless these Gifts.
I started out in 1956 in an all Latin Mass, than in the First Sunday of
Advent of 1964 the changes were starting.
I never served the New Mass.


benedicite is the imperative of the verb "to bless." A better translation might be, "give the blessing."


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This was an easy entry level A... so I took it over this time with all the wrong answers and check out their cute little commentary (emphasis mine):

Latin Quiz  said:
You're a Roamin' Catholic!

For a time, you were all about that Catholic life, but now you've gone and forgotten all of those Latin words you spent hours trying to memorize. You've found a new path and it involves all of the things Catholic school tried to rid you of including: meat on Fridays during Lent, the explicit music that you love and skirts that that don't touch your knees. These days you're an all out former Catholic school kid. The best type to be! Nice try!


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Fortuna finem habet.

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