Daily Archives: 3 January 2013

The Armchair Liturgist: Nativity Stations

I’ve seen here and there an effort to translate the experience of the Nativity of the Lord into a devotion akin to the Way of the Cross. As I make it out, Advent and/or Christmas deserve some particular spiritual pilgrimage. … Continue reading

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“A Person And Not A Product”

RNS interviewed Russell Moore, the dean of the School of Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on adoption. Money quote: (A)ny family that’s adopting needs to understand that this child is a person and not a project. Someone who believes … Continue reading

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Reconciliation Lectionary: 1 John 3:1-24

Twenty-four verses of First John? Really? Sure enough, this citation is given in the Rite of Penance, number 170. In the Lectionary, this passage is spread in the daily Lectionary from today to the Monday after Epiphany. If you want … Continue reading

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