Daily Archives: 10 January 2006

Servant of Silence

Taizé recently held a meeting for young adults in Milan (“Brother Roger is here, amongst us,” said a 28 year old schoolteacher). During the last night, Brother Roger’s successor, Brother Alois, spoke about “going forward together on this road of … Continue reading

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Vatican II Hermeneutics Applied to Music and Liturgy

I can’t believe when the alarm went off this morning I was still thinking about Liam’s expanded rainbow of Vatican II hermeneutics. Applied to liturgy and/or music, here they are: Hostility: those who more or less rejected the reform of … Continue reading

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Another Nail in the Iraq Just War Coffin

As if another one was needed. Robbing the hungry to pay weapons manufacturers, according to the pope. He condemned massive amounts of money spent on weapons and also said: My thoughts turn to the limitless multitudes who are suffering from … Continue reading

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