Daily Archives: 28 September 2011

Seeking Wisdom

I really liked Valerie Schultz’s post yesterday at America’s In All Things blog. So although I am not technically in recovery, I find that going to meetings twice a week seeps into my brain. I see how following the Steps … Continue reading

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CDWDS Focus: More on Mass, Less on Law

Rumored since February, Pope Benedict has authorized an administrative switch in the curia. Effective Saturday, two key responsibilities are shifted from the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments (CDWDS) to the Roman Rota. Without having to deal with judgments … Continue reading

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What If They Just Said Wait in Hong Kong?

Another year of MR1 in the Chinese city. The diocesan chancellor, Fr Lawrence Lee: Even if there is no catechesis, the faithful can get accustomed to it through repeated recitations but there will be a lack of understanding. Hey, I … Continue reading

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The Unread Letter

Interesting story on Vatican Insider. Do you wonder if President Bush or anyone else ever did read the letter? Their inside source: Laghi knew his mission had failed, but he also realized that the Bush administration was very naïve about … Continue reading

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Back To Church

Did you know that the Sunday before last was designated National Back to Church Sunday? Me either. For most all American Catholics it was Catechetical Sunday. October is the peak month of the year for church attendance, Christmas and Easter … Continue reading

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