Born: September 8, 1971
Brooke Lisa Burke (born September 8, 1971) is an American television personality, model, and occasional dancer known for hosting Wild On! (1999–2002) and Rock Star (2005–2006) and for winning the seventh season of Dancing with the Stars.
The Rangely Food Bank needs help moving to the new large room. We need to move 2 freeezrs, 2 refrigerators, counters and shelves. we would like help on the 9th and 10th any time so the 4 H group can move the food for us and help us stock the shelves.If you would like to come help please contact Darlene Feller at 629-0709to let me know when you can help, and I will be there.Thank you,Darlene Feller Comment submit on Sat, 01 Mar 2014 15:46:48
Brooke & Victor - Hi Michelle,Love these sneak peeks, thanks so much for evnthryieg we both had such a fabulous time on the day.. Pretty relaxed and loads of fun. Can't wait to see the rest of the shots Honeymooning currently, will see you around the start of November!Love Brooke & Vic.. Comment submit on Sun, 02 Mar 2014 09:50:29
My only caution is that if one fololws your logic, then the laity should also extend their hands for the epiclesis, say aloud the words of institution and perhaps the entire Eucharistic prayer and wear special vestments as the priest does.Allan, this is precisely what is advocated for Masses with children: that they should be standing around the table of the Lord with the presider, modeling his gestures. When he uses the orans position, so will they. When he extends his hands, so will they. When he bows or makes the sign of the cross, so will they.Not only does this keep them engaged in what is happening, it is also in fact a seedbed for the priests of tomorrow. If youngsters become used to standing close to the altar, copying what the priest does, it's going to seem much more natural to them to think of doing the same when they are older.(Of course, the fact that there will be girls standing around the altar may be viewed as a complication, but that is the subject of another thread. Talking of which, David Stancliffe has a brilliant article on women bishops in this week's Tablet.)My own view is that in fact not only the children but the adults too should be modeling the presider's gestures. They may not have the consecratory power which he exercises on their behalf, but they are still in a real sense concelebrants. This, as has already been pointed out, has implications for the posture of the assembly. Comment submit on Tue, 04 Mar 2014 05:12:35