Daily Archives: 5 May 2007

Discouragement and Defeatism

(This is Neil.) Generally speaking, I don’t like to talk about myself on the internet, but the following message from the Taizé website, written by a doctoral student at the University of Montreal named Paul L., really spoke to me. … Continue reading

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Musicam Sacram on the Divine Office (37-41)

The crafters of Musicam Sacram turn their attention to the Liturgy of the Hours. It is important to note we’re only about halfway through the document, and the Consilium now turns its concern to liturgical music outside of the celebration … Continue reading

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The Mystery of Betrayal

(This is Neil.) The latest “Life in Christ” column, written by the Very Reverend John Breck,, talks about the still-controversial Gospel of Judas. But the Orthodox priest also asks a more basic question about what Origen termed “the mystery of … Continue reading

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