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Daily Archives: 21 July 2013
Ecclesia de Eucharistia 49
The Eucharistic experience of believers became so rich that it sparked the spiritual imagination outside of Mass. Not only in devotional life, but the Eucharist also influenced human art forms–not just art and architecture, but also music. 49. With this heightened sense … Continue reading
Martha or Mary?
(Today I offer you my first guest post. I am grateful and quite humbled to be hosting Catholic Sensibility this week.) Last week someone mentioned to me that they dreaded this weekend because they could not bear to hear another … Continue reading
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Lumen Fidei 17
(Todd is away, but I am your guest host Fran. I will be putting forth some of the pending series posts that Todd has ready, such as this one on Lumen Fidei. I have certainly been grateful for his posts, … Continue reading
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