Thursday, March 17, 2005


Please note the following definitions:

Fraction. (frac·tion, n.) In liturgical use, the breaking of the host into three parts, which symbolizes the breaking of the flesh of the Son at his passion. The rite includes, (a) the Lord's Prayer, (b) summoning of the faithful to partake in the bread of life, (c) tearing of the bread into one cup symbolizing the unity of the holy community.

Infraction. (in·frac·tion, n.) (1) The act or an instance of infringing; a violation. syn. breach. (2) A bone fracture, especially one without displacement.

In-Fraction. (in·frac·tion, n.) The impossible possibility of synthesis between the previous definitions.