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Daily Archives: 12 September 2008
Love Without Limits IX
(This is Neil) Father John Breck’s column is always worth reading, but perhaps never so much as when he provides excerpts from Archimandrite Lev Gillet’s Amour Sans Limites, originally published in 1971 under the name of “A Monk of the … Continue reading
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Entering, Opening, Gathering, etc.
Jeffrey alerted me to the post and discussion on the NLM site on the “Gathering Song.” Frequent visitor Liam (who, by the way, continues to gently resist my invitation to become part of the blogging team here) swims against an … Continue reading
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