Daily Archives: 10 August 2013

Redemptionis Sacramentum 8

Ecumenism, leaping ahead of where we might be in relating to one another as separated sisters and brothers, is a concern: [8.] It is therefore to be noted with great sadness that “ecumenical initiatives which are well-intentioned, nevertheless indulge at … Continue reading

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On Quarters

I remember seeing a state quarter for the first time in early Spring 1999. I hadn’t been an active coin collector for a quarter century. So this US coin has a guy on horseback, and I did remember Delaware being … Continue reading

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Reconciliation Lectionary: Romans 3:22-26

In his letter to the Romans we find Paul’s most developed and articulate theology, including many explorations of redemption. Over the next few days, I’d like to explore all the Romans readings in the Reconciliation Lectionary and unpack some of … Continue reading

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Lumen Fidei 36

Chapter Two wraps up with a section entitled, “Faith and theology.” 36. Since faith is a light, it draws us into itself, inviting us to explore ever more fully the horizon which it illumines, all the better to know the … Continue reading

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