Daily Archives: 4 July 2008

“A sort of musical kaleidoscope of America”

Over the past several weeks I’ve been giving some thought to a series of posts on American classical music. It’s a great Fourth, so why not start tonight with a great piece of American music? I’ve always found tone poems … Continue reading

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Moving Bishops

John Allen offers his opinions on the Raymond Burke transfer to Rome. It’s easy to zero in on one reason for doing something or that something happened. The reality is that often, many factors combine. Allen suggests there are four … Continue reading

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FIYH 55: Incubation

The bishops suggest that the preacher’s interaction with the Scripture is not solely an intellectual exchange of scholarly information and personal details of the parishioners. The homily is a creative composition based in part on the subconscious of the minister, … Continue reading

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