Daily Archives: 21 August 2006

A Day in the Life

Heading to bed soon, so let me cover a few things that marked my day as another adventure.First, the conservatives concede things are going to the dogs. The Prez bitterly disappoints the pro-life crew at open book. My seditious sometimes-adversary … Continue reading

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The Armchair Liturgist: Men Only Please?

Rock posts a question from a reader. This isn’t really armchair liturgist stuff, since I know we’re all so liberated here. At least in my parish, everything’s up to date and we’re not bothered by such questions as: “Does the … Continue reading

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The Archbishop of York at the end of his fast

The Anglican Archbishop of York, John Sentamu has ended his seven-day vigil for peace. He said the following at a Eucharistic service this morning (hat tip: Titus-One-Nine): The challenge for the international community is to make peace in the Middle … Continue reading

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Love Without Limits (III)

In his current “Life in Christ” column, Fr John Breck provides us with another excerpt from Archimandrite Lev Gillet’s Love Without Limits (Amour Sans Limites): “My child,” God declares, “you have seen the Bush that burns without being consumed. You … Continue reading

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“A Christian believes that he or she is responsible to God”

The Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, recently gave an interview to the Dutch newspaper Nederlands Dagblad. Obviously, Wim Houtman, the religion editor, first asked Dr Williams about unity in the Anglican Communion and the distressing potential for permanent rifts … Continue reading

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Ceres And Her Companions

A reader suggested checking out APOD, the Astronomical Picture of the Day. That white patch in the upper right is probably an impact from another asteroid. Astronomy buffs might remember the interior bright material of Saturn’s moon Phoebe from Cassini’s … Continue reading

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Lumen Gentium 10

This is another important section, as it outlines the priesthood of Christ, defines the priesthood of all believers, and outlines what that means in light of the ordained priesthood. Christ the Lord, High Priest taken from among (people),(Cf. Heb. 5, … Continue reading

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