Daily Archives: 10 July 2006

Around the World in Sport(s)

I haven’t posted on sports in a long time. I haven’t had a chance to watch much of it the past month or two. I missed most of the Stanley Cup finals. Another southern city won it … another city … Continue reading

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An Optional Peace

It’s sort of like the urban legend of alligators roaming the Big Apple sewers or the cult of Aliens at Roswell. I managed to land hip deep in a discussion not about Mass in a time of pestilence, but the … Continue reading

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Dei Verbum 2

I’m grateful to Neil for adding his formidable academic prowess to our discussion of Dei Verbum. I think Walter Kasper adds a substantive point to our examination of Vatican II. Section 2 of the document begins a chapter entitled, “Revelation … Continue reading

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Dei Verbum 1 and Gaudium et Spes

I’m very happy that Todd has already begun reflecting on Dei Verbum here. His first post raised the question of its relationship with Gaudium et Spes. In a conference last year to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Dei Verbum, Cardinal … Continue reading

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