[Magdalen] Eucharistic prayer
marionwhitevale at gmail.com
Tue Oct 22 14:18:22 UTC 2019
Made full sense to me as it stands. For sure, bien sur.
Marion, a pilgrim
On Mon, Oct 21, 2019 at 1:28 PM Allan Carr via Magdalen <
magdalen at herberthouse.org> wrote:
> Well, Cajun is a corruption of Acadian. Acadia was the French speaking
> area of Canada, now New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, from which the British
> deported its people to what is now Louisiana (or so I’ve been told).
> So when I met my wife, originally Camille Marie LeBlanc, a Cajun, I
> welcomed her as a fellow Canadian.
> Bien sur.
> Allan Carr
> (Who has a doctor’s appointment and didn’t have the time to look up the
> proper u in sur.)
> > On Oct 21, 2019, at 8:14 AM, Jay Weigel <jay.weigel at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Speaking of Canadian French, I am reminded of the days not that long ago
> > (1980s maybe?) when the state of Louisiana decided it would be a good
> > to allow the Cajun kids in the schools to officially learn the language
> > many of them spoke at home, or their grandparents spoke. They tried
> > teachers from LSU and Tulane without much success because their French
> > simply a "foreign language" to the kids, and finally had to import
> > from Quebec and Ontario, whose French, being a version of the 18th
> > century dialect spoken in the homes of the students, was much more
> > familiar. Problem solved.
> >> On Mon, Oct 21, 2019 at 10:28 AM cantor03--- via Magdalen <
> >> magdalen at herberthouse.org> wrote:
> >> We should be careful that there are not too many references to "re-" as
> >> concoctingsomething new. The Communion Sacrament is a making present of
> >> the one and onlySacrifice of Calvary. This Liturgy is not renewing
> >> anything. (Martin Luther not withstanding).
> >> David S.
> >> In a message dated 10/21/2019 9:16:03 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> >> simon at kershaw.org.uk writes:
> >> I too have heard this ("re-membering") suggested from the pulpit and
> >> it elsewhere.
More information about the Magdalen