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Daily Archives: 2 October 2011
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
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
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