Daily Archives: 18 June 2013

On My Bookshelf: Weird Life

David Toomey’s smart and sassy book, Weird Life is a quite enjoyable read. I was paging through it about the same time I was reading The Hydrogen Sonata. Fascinating contrast. I’ll get to that. The author takes the reader through a … Continue reading

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Glory & Praise: The Next Generation

A number of years ago, I posted some analysis of the first three Glory & Praise volumes (red, blue, and yellow, respectively). Liam had suggested I write up my thoughts on music from those three volumes that I liked, and … Continue reading

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Ecclesia de Eucharistia 15

Let’s begin with a clarification of Real Presence, and what it does not suggest about other ways in which Christ is present: 15. The sacramental re-presentation of Christ’s sacrifice, crowned by the resurrection, in the Mass involves a most special … Continue reading

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Pacem In Terris 142-145: Modern Developments

Today’s sections begin with a recounting of post-WWII developments. Nothing theological; just historical and affirming, starting with the UN: 142. The United Nations Organization (U.N.) was established, as is well known, on June 26, 1945. To it were subsequently added … Continue reading

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