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Daily Archives: 24 September 2006
If I were blogging from square one today, and inclined to a de rigueur Latin title, I might consider a different name for this operation. In all my internet liturgy discussion, I’m continually amazed at the liturgical revisionism going on … Continue reading
A wrap-up for the “universal call to holiness” begins with an appeal for the greatest gift: “God is love, and he who abides in love, abides in God and God in Him”.(1 Jn. 4, 16.) But, God pours out his … Continue reading
The council gets specific on what exactly this call to holiness should look like for various members of the Church. First, encouragement that one’s personal gifts will guide: The classes and duties of life are many, but holiness is one-that … Continue reading