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Daily Archives: 9 May 2009
Is Christianity Too Feminine? Not according to British males surveyed by a Christian men’s magazine. Only eight percent complain about the Church being too feminine. But three in five guys are turned off by embroidery. So much for frilly surplices, … Continue reading
Archbishop Wuerl won’t be making any friends or leading any pep rallies with his stance on the Speaker and Communion: (C)hurch law – “was ever intended to be used” to bring politicians to heel. “I stand with the great majority … Continue reading
At the “other NCR,” a priest and his secretary “anticipate” the new Roman Missal translation with an office exchange. If you are a subscriber, you can get the whole story. Let me know if there’s anything good there, will you? … Continue reading
A review of Bishop Fritz Lobinger’s book Every Community Its Own Ordained Leaders is up on The Southern Cross web site. The thought that communities without priests may discern and present “proven men” for ordination is neither a new nor … Continue reading