Daily Archives: 1 February 2006

The Churches of Jerusalem on the Palestinian Election

This might help us pray in solidarity with them. (hat tip: Titusonenine) … Our message as Christian leaders in this new phase of our history is the message of our faith and our concern for all. Some may be afraid … Continue reading

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Bishop Finn Jumping Off From MLK Day

I imagine when he mentioned the seamless garment–favorably–in a Pentecost homily last year, he startled some of the faithful. Or should I say Faithful (TM)? On the heels of MLK Day and as we start Black History Month, here’s some … Continue reading

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Laity, Egg, Face: You Put It Together

Coyne out as pastor of Our Lady’s. Rock has the news, as usual. Let’s swim against the liberal conventional thinking for a bit on this one. Dan Foley, a spokesman for a group formed initially to seek the reinstatement of … Continue reading

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Catholic School Week Continues

We had an innovation today: a parent-led school Mass. One of the committee members suggested it, and it seemed to go really well. The good example of parents singing in a choir, being servers, and filling other roles is an … Continue reading

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Traditional Catholicism

Fr Jim Tucker was gracious enough to clarify his definition of “traditional Catholicism,” and by this, except for the “old books and forms,” I could fit in: I mean Catholicism that accepts Catholic teaching (including Vatican II!) and worships (or … Continue reading

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