Daily Archives: 21 January 2007


On Zenit, read a talk by that liturgical globetrotter, Cardinal Arinze (CDWDS head) from this past Fall. He’s got some good things to say, especially about liturgical higher education–the theme of his address. Too bad Zenit latched onto a contemporary … Continue reading

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Day 4 – The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Day 4 – The silence of the forgotten and the cries of the suffering ‘If one member suffers all suffer together’ (1 Cor 12 : 26) Exodus 3:7-10 God heard the cry of the oppressed Psalm 28:1-8 O Lord be … Continue reading

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Unitatis Redintegratio 5

 Chapter 2 begins today, detailing “The Practice Of Ecumenism.” The attainment of union is the concern of the whole Church, faithful and shepherds alike. This concern extends to everyone, according to his talent, whether it be exercised in his daily … Continue reading

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Snacking on the Word: Nehemiah 8:3

I’ve always loved today’s first reading … since I became a child old enough to understand it, anyway. Here’s a piece of it: Standing at one end of the open place that was before the Water Gate, (Ezra) read out of … Continue reading

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