Daily Archives: 20 August 2007

Rite of Marriage: Introduction 9

9. Furthermore, priests should show special consideration to those who take part in liturgical celebrations or hear the gospel only on the occasion of a wedding, either because they are not Catholics, or because they are Catholics who rarely, if … Continue reading

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The Patristic Approach to Theology

(This is Neil.) I happened to be paging through an edited collection about the Oxford Movement, and read a concise article by the Orthodox priest and theologian Nicholas Lossky, the author of a book on Lancelot Andrewes and one of … Continue reading

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Let’s Sue the Bishops’ Experts

So suggests author Judith Reisman and shelray at CLS because they’ve escaped public blame for misleading bishops into returning predators into the sheepfold. Given the hardball tactics used against some victims, I suspect if this could have been done, it … Continue reading

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Hey! He Said What?

Rochester Sportswriter Bob Matthews reports this quote from New York’s Clint Mathis after his team beat Beckham’s Galaxy in front of more than 60,000 people: This is how it is in Europe. We should expect to have 60,000 every single … Continue reading

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