Daily Archives: 7 June 2006


Anybody getting World Cup fever in the Catholic blogosphere? 186 teams now whittled down to the final 32. FIFA coverage here. US team profiled here. A really good feature in National Geographic this month, too. The usual excellent map. And … Continue reading

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A Colorful Analysis of Whining Versus Critique

Shawn and his commentariat at NLM ask a decent question in the midst of more complaints about how Catholic liturgy was hijacked after Vatican II. As a parent of a pre-adolescent, I can assure you I’m a relative expert in … Continue reading

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Gaudium et Spes 65

Gaudium et Spes continues on the theme of economics … Economic development must remain under (human) determination and must not be left to the judgment of a few (people) or groups possessing too much economic power or of the political … Continue reading

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Gaudium et Spes 64

“Economic Development” comes under the scrutiny of the council bishops in this section of Gaudium et Spes. It’s a brief section, stating again what should be obvious: that the dignity of the human person is paramount. It remains above the … Continue reading

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