Daily Archives: 10 November 2008

A Positive Spin on Liturgy Input

Liturgy action at day one of the USCCB powwow in Baltimore. According to BCDW president Bishop Arthur Seratelli, “We have been very encouraged by the participation of the body of bishops …” in submitting more than 300 amendments. The breakdown … Continue reading

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The Problem With Hierarchy

(This is Neil) I haven’t been posting lately. It isn’t because I’ve joined a cult or fallen into a vat of toxic chemicals. I’ve just been busy. The danger of an ever-longer hiatus is the growing desire to come back … Continue reading

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Adoption for Experienced Parents

One concern my dear wife and I received when we were exploring adoption was our inexperience as parents. That would be, some social workers told us, a potential flaw when our profile was matched up against others wanted to adopt … Continue reading

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