Daily Archives: 16 December 2005

What is Salvation?

The Catechism tells us, “The habitual difficulty in prayer is distraction. It can affect words and their meaning in vocal prayer; it can concern, more profoundly, him to whom we are praying, in vocal prayer (liturgical or personal), meditation, and … Continue reading

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OT 7: Small But Sensible Stuff

Optatam Totius 7: Where individual dioceses are unable to institute their own seminaries properly, seminaries for many dioceses or for an entire region or for a country are to be set up and developed, so that the sound training of … Continue reading

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Another New Episcopal Assignment

I’m off caroling outside with kids and playing sound tracks instead of my preferred grand piano, and naturally, Rock is all over the new archbishop of San Francisco. With my luck, some other bishop will be named while I make … Continue reading

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