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The Catholic Processional Cross and the Roman Standard

During the entrance procession, incense is carried before an acolyte who holds a long staff that bears the quintessential Christian symbol —the cross. Despite being part of the liturgy since at least the 6th century, the custom of processing while holding aloft ceremonial objects predates Christianity. Several cultures like the Egyptians, Babylonians and Greeks had… Read More »

Today’s Future Now – Virtual Reality Church & Catholic Gaming | The Daily Show

It’s no secret that church attendance among young people has been dropping. Church is becoming less popular than a Michael Jackson impersonator -at a children’s birthday party. -(gasping, laughter) And for a lot of the same reasons. But some churches, some churches are trying to fix that. And they’re turning to technology to bring those… Read More »