Reminder: the ‘orans rubric’ for the Our Father still needs fixin’

What is a Rubric? From Wikipedia: A rubric is a word or section of text which is traditionally written or printed in red ink for emphasis. The word derives from the Latin: rubrica, meaning red ochre or red chalk,[1] and originates in Medieval illuminated manuscripts from the 13th century or earlier. From this comes the saying you will see now and then on coffee cups and t-shirts, “Do the Red, Say the Black”.

Actually, as this post suggests, rubrics can clarify, or obfuscate. Forgive me, but Church Regulations should work to make things clear instead of leaving us with Rubric’s Cubes to try to sort out.

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