Daily Archives: 11 July 2010

Working the Silence

One value that, in my perspective, has always been promoted by progressives is silence. I recall this was urged at the Newman Community where I went to college: silence after each reading, the homily, and after Communion. Our annual student … Continue reading

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Rosetta’s Date With Lutetia

Yesterday was an exciting day for many of us space geeks. The European Space Agency probe Rosetta flew about 1800 miles above the asteroid Lutetia. One image happened to catch the planet Saturn in the far distance, above. I like … Continue reading

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The Liturgist’s Future

PrayTell posts the question on the Future of the Liturgist. I offered a spot of doubt on the long term future of lay ecclesial ministry, including liturgy. Except for music directors of old, there is very little historical precedent for … Continue reading

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