Daily Archives: 8 July 2013

Variety in the Examen

Jim Manney posted on “Refreshing the Examen” on the dotMagis blog. Does the practice of the Examen need variety? As a newcomer, I can attest I need the regularity more than I need to develop variations on a theme. To … Continue reading

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Lumen Fidei 4

In sections 4 through 7, Pope Francis lays out the premise that faith is a light for people to recover. Not a dark curtain drawn down on human enterprise. A light to be recovered 4. There is an urgent need, … Continue reading

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On My Bookshelf: The Night Sessions

The premise¬†behind Ken MacLeod’s award-winning (British Science Fiction Award for Best 2008 Novel) science fiction/mystery is twofold. First, robots have self-awareness and maybe souls. The prologue cites their possible interest in religion and returns to it by the end of … Continue reading

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If I can, I¬†avoid it around the house. Though once I get into it, sometimes it’s hard to stop. Especially in my basement work room. (which needs dusting in a serious way) I spent a little time with the blogroll … Continue reading

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Ecclesia de Eucharistia 36

Communion with the Trinity is something that develops within a person. Not because of God but because the believer progresses in the virtues: 36. Invisible communion, though by its nature always growing, presupposes the life of grace, by which we … Continue reading

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