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Catholic Sensibility is a personal blog by a Catholic layperson with comments and occasional other writings by Catholics and non-Catholics. We make no particular claims to have the completeness of a Roman Catholic expression of Christianity. It contains opinion, interpretation, and personal musings. That’s it. Nothing official or authoritatively connected to the Magisterium.
- Introducing the Psalm. Or Not.
- Diocese of Rome Synod Address, Part 17, The Dialogue of Salvation
- Via Pulchritudinis: The Beauty of Christ, Pastoral Proposals, Part 2
- Reconciliatio et Paenitentia 10: God’s Initiative and the Church’s Ministry
- Creepy Confessions
- Diocese of Rome Synod Address, Part 16, One Great People
- Via Pulchritudinis: The Beauty of Christ, Pastoral Proposals, Part 1
- Reconciliatio et Paenitentia 9: The Reconciled Church, Part 3
- What Next?
- Scripture for the Sick or Dying: Psalm 109
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Daily Archives: 11 June 2013
Over the next few days, I may be playing around some more with site design. I’m not 100% satisfied with what’s up now. I don’t mind paying for some of WordPress’s customizable templates, but I want to be sure I’m … Continue reading
The letter of James contains much that strikes and unsettles the Christian believer. As it must have been for the community James was addressing, it remains so today. There is a lot of reflection material packed into six verses. The … Continue reading
First they want to tell us Pope Francis signed off on the LCWR witch hunt. Today Rock posted on PF’s meeting with Latin American religious. Supposedly he said: Say you err, [or] make a blunder – it happens! Maybe you’ll … Continue reading
More personal reflections from Pope John Paul II: 8. When I think of the Eucharist, and look at my life as a priest, as a Bishop and as the Successor of Peter, I naturally recall the many times and places in which … Continue reading
Do you think there was really a sense in the early 1960’s that diplomacy offered more in the settling of disputes than weapons of war?: 126. (People) nowadays are becoming more and more convinced that any disputes which may arise between … Continue reading