Daily Archives: 13 October 2007

GILH 109: Christ in the Psalms

As inclusive language proponents often discover, there is an Old Testament tripping obstacle: the christological interpretation of the psalms. 109. Those who pray the psalms in the name of the Church should be aware of their full sense (sensus plenus), … Continue reading

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Bad Science, Pretty Pictures

This is my humor hit for the day, courtesy of the fine blog Bad Astronomy, which is dedicated to ridding the universe of silly notions about space science. A blogger is telling us that NASA plans to send the Cassini … Continue reading

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GILH 108: Dealing with Feelings

The GILH continues giving spiritual guidance for those who delve into the emotions of the psalms as well as their own feelings. We’re reminded that liturgical prayer, even when done alone, is not at all a private matter. 108. Those … Continue reading

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New Fatima Church

image: BBC News The world’s fourth largest Catholic worship space opened yesterday. The Church of the Holy Trinity will accommodate pilgrims to the Fatima shrine in Portugal. Up to 9,000 worshippers will fit in a building without interior columns, but … Continue reading

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