Daily Archives: 2 October 2011

Judging the Judge, Plus More Mercy

Several weeks ago, I posted on my proposal to self to explore the book of Judges as material for my daily practice of lectio divina. It has indeed been difficult territory. I don’t know that I can recommend it as a … Continue reading

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Save The Altar Girls

Have you caught America’s headliner piece and the Endless Comment line on the above title? I was struck by the rector’s foray into it all. (see comment #7) The man has courage, I’ll give him that. He is right to … Continue reading

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GDC 16: “Looking at the world from the standpoint of faith”

Moving deeper into the parable of the sower, this section builds on the preface to the Vatican II document Gaudium et Spes to suggest a base from which to operate: 16. The Church continues to sow the Gospel in God’s … Continue reading

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Liturgiam Authenticam 110

Which published books are covered under this document? 110. The norms of this Instruction, as regards all rights, refer to the editiones typicae that have been or will be published, whether of a whole book or of a part: namely, the editions … Continue reading

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