Daily Archives: 18 January 2007

The Essential Invisibles

I liked this North Texas Catholic feature on a journalist’s friendship with Fred Rogers. “I trusted him with my innermost feelings and experiences,” Madigan says of their early correspondence. “I think my vulnerability was something he greatly appreciated. He wanted … Continue reading

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Bloggers Versus the 8th

Catholic News Hub links a Catholic Spirit series on the Ten Commandments for internet readers. It includes a brief essay on Commandment #8. Mike Hayes, managing editor of http://www.BustedHalo.com, a national Catholic/Christian Web site and blog for young adults, believes … Continue reading

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Pan in the Rings

Saturn’s city-sized moon Pan clearing out Encke’s Gap.

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Affectivity and Singing

The NPM survey results from non-musicians struck me as strongly linking the pew experience of liturgical music with the expression of and connection with human emotion. Breaking it down: A familiar melody might be an avoidance of embarassment, as Ephrem … Continue reading

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Unitatis Redintegratio 3

A history lesson begins UR3, and a concession that unity has been an elusive virtue for us Christians: Even in the beginnings of this one and only Church of God there arose certain rifts,(Cf. 1 Cor. 11, 18-19; Gal. 1, … Continue reading

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Day 1 – The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Like last year, I would like to share each day’s biblical reflections and prayers with you. They can be found on the Vatican’s website here, and, in PDF form, on the World Council of Churches website here. Day 1 – … Continue reading

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