Daily Archives: 5 February 2009

Jazz Thursday: Bill Evans Trio, “Waltz for Debby”

Bill Evans plays a nice tune for you, probably his most well-known. Miles Davis on Bill: Bill had this quiet fire that I loved on piano. The way he approached it, the sound he got, was like crystal notes or … Continue reading

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Grooming: A Lesson For Cults

The VIRTUS web page has a good brief essay on grooming. With the issue of appropriate relationships surfacing yet again in Catholic news this week, I thought some elements of Sharon Doty’s piece were helpful and enlightening. Consider her thought … Continue reading

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PCS 278-280: Recovery and Children

Let’s wrap up the introduction to Christian Initiation for the Dying. First, two sections that describe the church’s expectations should a dying person recover after being initiated: 278. One already admitted as a catechumen must make a promise to complete … Continue reading

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