Daily Archives: 16 June 2013

Driving Miss

The young miss practicing parking today. She’s been skittish about getting out on the open road, so we’ve been driving around parking lots up till today. Her choice: the middle school. Mine: the big lot between the football stadium and … Continue reading

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Reconciliation Lectionary: 1 Peter 1:13-16, 18-23

First Peter gives the penitent a mature outlook to consider. First, we are part of an  honored tradition. Second, we are presumed to have some level of accomplishment as believers, that we have worked on our life of faith and … Continue reading

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Ecclesia de Eucharistia 13

More on this notion of sacrifice: 13. By virtue of its close relationship to the sacrifice of Golgotha, the Eucharist is a sacrifice in the strict sense, and not only in a general way, as if it were simply a … Continue reading

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Pacem In Terris 139: The Universal Common Good and Personal Rights

A small section today, and a quick post. 139. The common good of individual States is something that cannot be determined without reference to the human person, and the same is true of the common good of all States taken … Continue reading

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