Daily Archives: 6 September 2005

More Catholic than the Pope?

I can just see the dilemma in some conservative heads tonight: “Golden calf, faith … golden calf, faith … tough choice. Can I have a hint? Where’s Deal Hudson when you need him?” Go to the Loggia for some Whispers … Continue reading

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The Hurricane and the City

An anecdote and a brief analysis: I am stunned by an interview I conducted with New Orleans Detective Lawrence Dupree. He told me they were trying to rescue people with a helicopter and the people were so poor they were … Continue reading

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Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity

Otherwise known as Apostolicam Actuositatem, henceforth on CS to be known as AA, OK? To intensify the apostolic activity of the people of God, the most holy synod earnestly addresses itself to the laity, whose proper and indispensable role in … Continue reading

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Liturgical Lookout: The Nativity of Mary

Thursday’s feast is one of only three birthdays observed in the Roman liturgical calendar. An interesting selection of music for the feast is on this week’s A(ustralian)BC’s program, For the God Who Sings, including a nice combination of chant, organum, … Continue reading

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