Daily Archives: 28 June 2008

Paul’s Year

Some dioceses and parishes are making something of this special 367-day observance, which begins tonight in Catholic parishes celebrating the vigil of the feast of Saints Peter and Paul. The occasion is the 2,000th year since the apostle’s presumptive birth. … Continue reading

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FIYH 44-46: Faith As Interpretation

“Faith as Interpretation” headlines the next few sections. The bishops have a curious (to me) and broad take on “faith,” but stay with them for the point being made: [44] To say that preaching, the homily included, is directed to … Continue reading

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More on Fashion: “Not Prada But Christ”

CNS summarizes a L’Osservatore Romano piece critical of those who in turn have criticized the pope’s choices in personal and liturgical wear. The priest does not choose such ornaments because of an aesthetic vice — he does it to put … Continue reading

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