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Daily Archives: 2 April 2008
CitE* Watch: Sidestepping on the Gulf
One small step for a bishop, but how giant a leap is it to archbishop? Bishop Thomas Rodi moves to an adjacent see and picks up a pallium in the deal. By the way, he retains administrative ties as the … Continue reading
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Imitation or Independence?
I freely confess I don’t get the notion that Catholic liturgy has become protestantized and this is a bad thing. I don’t get it on two levels. There is in biology a principle of convergent evolution. Two totally unrelated animals, … Continue reading
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Wedding Lectionary: Genesis 1:26-28, 31a
Engaged couples have two creation stories to consider in their lineup of Old Testament choices. The so-called Priestly source in Genesis describes the apex of the creation story, and take a bit of time with the dawn of humankind: Then … Continue reading
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