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Daily Archives: 2 April 2011
I saw the CNS headliner, and I wasn’t going to comment on what happened when the Congregations for Liturgy and Priests get together to do a conference. But Jesus was an exorcist in Thursday’s gospel, and I’m not so sure … Continue reading
The novel by John Reimringer, not the clothing. I picked Vestments off the library shelf a few months ago, and declined to check it out after reading the first few pages–didn’t sound right to me. On a recommendation, I borrowed it a … Continue reading