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Silverstein's arch over-reaching claims demonstrate that he was pennywise and pound foolish and is now attempting to rectify that mistake by confecting new values.
Chocolat: Another one of those food-and-desire lip-smackers, this time with Juliette Binoche doing the confecting in an uptight '50s French town.
Their teachers deeply impress on the minds of the young that there are many different sets of "values" to be picked out by the individual ("true for me, "right for me") as from the counters of some vast moral cafeteria, and that growing up and becoming a mature person is confecting one's own style and set of "values.
Confecting family requires the full use of the herb cart, ideally neither stingy with this nor too generous with that, not to overpower but to enhance the substance and qualities of all that it means to be family.
He is no Richard Diebenkorn confecting middlebrow desserts from modern art's kitchen scraps.
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The dynamic line of development that the pope presumably has in mind is the traditional Catholic way of conceiving that Christ/God ordains the priest to act in persona Christi in confecting the Eucharist, and from that comes the Church: Ecclesia de Eucharistia.
Chocolat Another one of those food-and-desire lip-smackers, this time with Juliette Binoche doing the confecting in an uptight '50s French town.
The "Letter of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on the Subject of the Role of the Ordained Ministry of the Episcopate and Presbyterate in the Celebration of the Eucharist" (1983) states the traditional teaching: "For although the whole faithful participate in one and the same priesthood of Christ and concur in the oblation of the Eucharist, nevertheless only the ministerial priesthood, in virtue of the sacrament of orders, enjoys the power of confecting the eucharistic sacrifice in the person of Christ and of offering it in the name of the whole Christian people.
In any case, the main doctrinal affirmation of the letter does not go beyond what was taught by Trent that only the ministerial priesthood, in virtue of the sacrament of orders, enjoys the power of confecting the eucharistic sacrifice in the person of Christ and of offering it in the name of the whole Christian people.