Daily Archives: 18 October 2012

More From The Cult of Celebrity

I see David Gibson’s piece on Father Frank, freed. Entertaining, if not informative, are the comments. Including: Yes, we need Father Corapi back, and now Father (Groeschel) as well back on EWTN to be running full speed ahead!!!!!!!!! I guess … Continue reading

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Built of Living Stones 110-114: Christian Funerals

Some parishes celebrate dozens of funerals each year. It makes sense to ensure that the church building is well-designed for those liturgies. § 110 § The Order of Christian Funerals mark the final stage of the journey begun by the … Continue reading

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Indulgent 2312

I’m going to begin with what’s good about Kim Stanley Robinson’s new novel 2312. Ideas. Not all are original to the author, but that makes them no less awe-inspiring. On Mercury, close to a half million people live in a … Continue reading

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Evangelii Nuntiandi 55: Unbelief in the Modern World

Do you think the Church views unbelief as a problem new to this generation? Long before the cult of celebrity hit atheism, it was recognized as a challenge to the modern proclamation of the Gospel. 55. Also significant is the … Continue reading

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