Daily Archives: 2 May 2006

Bruce Springsteen and Apocalypse?

Some of you might remember my earlier post on Bruce Springsteen, which recalled that he had told the New York Times last year, “I realized as time passed, that my music is filled with Catholic imagery.” Since then, I hope … Continue reading

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Some Excerpts from Pope Benedict

I suppose that over the past year, many of us have been getting to know Pope Benedict, perhaps mostly by reading his writings and others’ reminiscences of him. Concerning the latter, I liked an anecdote about Professor Ratzinger at Münster … Continue reading

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“God, Who Does Not Lie”: Reading the Epistle to Titus

(This is Neil.) I would like to continue to post on Scripture, at least as much as my limitations allow. The following comes from Fr Raymond F. Collins’ article in a recent Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses, “The Theology of the Epistle … Continue reading

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