Daily Archives: 11 June 2009

“Right Your Wrongs With A Wipe”

I suppose if a few Vatican clergy are nervous about non-traditional views of the sacrament, they wouldn’t like the towelette approach either. Curious that psychiatry would be held in such low esteem. Serious mental health is grueling, demanding, and as … Continue reading

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Losing a Pet

It’s always a sad day for the family when a pet must be euthanized. Splinter suffered a stroke more than a year ago. He emerged from it blind, and a bit impaired. He adjusted to our new home pretty well, … Continue reading

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RCIA 75: The Catechumenate Period: Aiming For Maturity

Good catechumenate directors know “RCIA 75” and can quote it. With this post we begin an examination of numbers 75-80, a chapter entitled “Period of the Catechumenate.” This is the manual guiding parishes on the task of how to conduct … Continue reading

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