Daily Archives: 10 June 2013

Star Trek: Derivations

The family, some friends, and I saw Star Trek: Into Darkness yesterday. I was a skeptic before I saw the reboot, and I was a skeptic heading into this film. Readers can go elsewhere for full-up reviews. It’s not my … Continue reading

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Ticking Off

The Catholic Church has led the way in addressing the sexual abuse of minors, said the new chairman of the National Review Board. Francesco C. Cesareo, president of Assumption College in Worcester and a member of the review board for … Continue reading

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Vatican II Documents In Sidebar

The Vatican II documents are all in respective pages on the sidebar, and at the top of the page here as well. The links on each page should be functional to each post, and permit a reader to more easily … Continue reading

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Ecclesia de Eucharistia 7

The annual Triduum communication with clergy of the world was an important part of Pope John Paul II’s ministry: 7. From the time I began my ministry as the Successor of Peter, I have always marked Holy Thursday, the day … Continue reading

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Pacem In Terris 121-125: The Evolution of Economically Under-developed Countries

Human unity is grounded in something more than a biological commonality. Christ makes us one, not necessarily by salvation, but by our common redemption: 121. All (people) are united by their common origin and fellowship, their redemption by Christ, and their … Continue reading

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