Daily Archives: 28 October 2008

Snacking on the Word: Psalm 43:3-4

Today’s Word snack leaps ahead one counted psalm from yesterday. Some might say it concludes the experience of longing for God: finding the light and following it with faith. Let’s read: Send your light and fidelity, that they may be … Continue reading

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How Many Committees?

CNS reports another assignment for Cardinal George: the committee that oversees follow-up to the synod on the Word just completed plus prepares the next synod. I don’t mention this as an indictment of him because of his softness on sex … Continue reading

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PCS 57-61: Visiting the Sick

The Church considers the visit to the sick, or a significant part of it, to be liturgical. As such, when there is no sacrament to be celebrated, the minister, the sick person, and the family and friends will celebrate according … Continue reading

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