Daily Archives: 20 July 2005

Christus Dominus 8-10: Your Local Bishop and Rome

The second section of the first chapter of Christus Dominus treats the relationship of the bishop with Rome. First, a nod to the authority of the local bishop: pretty much everything that Rome hasn’t already covered: To bishops, as successors … Continue reading

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Christus Dominus 7: In Dungeons Dark and Prisons Vile …

Christus Dominus 7 states: Let (bishops) especially embrace in brotherly affection those bishops who, for the sake of Christ, are plagued with slander and indigence, detained in prisons, or held back from their ministry. They should take an active brotherly … Continue reading

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I Thought I’d be More Kerygmatic, but …

Your model of the church is Sacrament. The church is the effective sign of the revelation that is the person of Jesus Christ. Christians are transformed by Christ and then become a beacon of Christ wherever they go. This model … Continue reading

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Getting (to) Good Liturgy

I confess: I’m a sucker for many liturgical threads on other blogs. It’s a good way to get me out from hiding, especially if the blogger is a sensible type. Up a few days ago at open book, this thread … Continue reading

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