Daily Archives: 13 July 2006

Liturgical Discipline, A Tunnel’s Eye View

I found the link on NLM, an interview with Sri Kankan Archbishop Albert Malcom Ranjith Patabendige Don. Before I get to the highlights, let me state a few things so y’all know I’m not operating from my own tunnel. – … Continue reading

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Dei Verbum 5

We all know how tough the virtue of obedience is for some of us: “The obedience of faith” (Rom. 13:26; see 1:5; 2 Cor 10:5-6) “is to be given to God who reveals, an obedience by which (a person) commits … Continue reading

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“You Were a Slave in the Land of Egypt …”

Here is part of a sermon delivered at Westminster Abbey on July 9th by the Anglican priest Nicholas Sagovsky, who serves as Canon Theologian there. Fr Sagovsky’s texts are Deuteronomy 24:10ff (“For remember that you were once slaves in Egypt; … Continue reading

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