Religion: Dallal on Tour

Latin is not the only tongue in which Roman Catholic priests in the U. S. intone the solemn prayers and hymns of the Mass. In the byways of the faith, in many an obscure church, priests chant Greek, Rumanian, Arabic, Armenian. Slavonic and in many other details the rites they celebrate differ from those of Rome. Indeed, some of these priests may be married, provided they were wed before they became Catholic deacons. Named according to the rites they use. such non-Latin branches of Catholicism adhere to all dogmas, recognize the supreme...

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