Daily Archives: 23 August 2014

Swans Hold On

I thought I had a glimpse of Good Swansea/Bad Swansea, especially in the second half of today’s match versus Burnley. The NBCSN announcers were gushing over Swansea play, especially in the first half. A bit of the bad broke out … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Ecclesiologies

NCRep sums the LCWR meeting. Two commentators who were not present were quoted, among others. Jesuit Bruce Morrill: To my mind, this is a stellar example of how fundamentally different are the cultures the LCWR and Roman Catholic hierarchy practice. … Continue reading

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Pell-Mell on Abuse

Cardinal Pell is taking much heat for his comments on administrative accountability on sex abusers. Via Josephine KcKenna at RNS: Using a hypothetical example, Pell said the church was no more responsible for cases of child abuse carried out by … Continue reading

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DPPL 31: Medieval Developments

If DPPL 30 catalogued the liturgy-piety split, this section looks at some positive developments: 31. The Middle Ages saw the emergence and development of many spiritual movements and associations of different ecclesiastical and juridical form. Their life and activities had notable … Continue reading

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