Daily Archives: 19 March 2007

Benedict on Meal: Liturgical Schizophrenia or Not?

I see the dotCommonweal blog has some discussion going on the seeming contradictions between sections 2 and 11 in Sacramentum Caritatis. We’ve already covered that first bit earlier, so let’s see what the pope wrote in the section titled, Figura transit in veritatem: Jesus … Continue reading

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Ad Gentes 9

In this section, the council bishops make the connection between evangelization and eschatology: And so the time for missionary activity extends between the first coming of the Lord and the second, in which latter the Church will be gathered from … Continue reading

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Escaping Climate Change

Rich posts doubts on global warming/climate change, betraying some confusion between weather, climate, and overall warming. Speaking of the end-of-winter storm to hit Rochester, this is supposed to be convincing evidence that “global warming” is some kind of swindle: It’s … Continue reading

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Ad Gentes 8

The Church would put it slightly differently from John Lennon. (“Love is the answer, and you know that’s for sure.”) Christ is the answer to the longings of the human spirit: Missionary activity is closely bound up even with human … Continue reading

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