Daily Archives: 3 May 2013

More Myers and Fugee

Interesting developments in New Jersey. RNS recounts it as Fugee out, Myers still in. The full piece is in NJ.com: The Rev. Michael Fugee, who attended youth retreats and heard confessions from minors in defiance of a lifetime ban on such … Continue reading

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On My Bookshelf: Evangelization

I’ve been cleaning off the bookshelf in my parish office. A few weeks ago I noticed two brief, older volumes I must have picked up shortly after grad school. Authored by the Chicago archdiocesan priest Patrick J. Brennan, each is a … Continue reading

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First May Snow In Five Decades

Earlier this week, I was thinking Friday would be a good day to tune up the mower, set out the deck furniture, and maybe even fire up the grill. A few days ago I set out our extra litter boxes … Continue reading

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Pacem In Terris 34: An Attitude of Responsibility

Today in Pacem in Terris, something on coercion, and the right not to experience it: 34. (Human) personal dignity requires besides that (they) enjoy freedom and be able to make up (their) own mind when (they) act. In (any) association with (others), therefore, there is … Continue reading

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