A liturgy planners defense

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"everything in the liturgy on Friday has been reviewed and blessed by the Bishop's office."

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Did they specify whether it was a Catholic Bishop or not?

Well, then, it's offical. How could you possibly object. :)

How can you tell? (grin)

Dare we ask which diocese?

With the heavy responsibilities of a bishop, others have to be trusted to act in his name. Also, I suspect that a diocesan office might grant a group like Retrouvaille considerable latitude, as it is a liturgy for a special group and not open to the general public.

San Jose.

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The Haas text remains.

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