Daily Archives: 21 August 2013

St Ignatius on Respect

I’ve been reading Joseph Tetlow’s commentary on the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola. Part of number 22 reads: Every good Christian is more ready to find a correct meaning in a neighbor’s statement than to reject it as erroneous. If we … Continue reading

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Three times in the past few hours. I don’t know if that’s serendipity or dumb luck or coincidence. I’ve run across this word today, “respect” in a live conversation, a telephone chat, and online, too. Maybe that’s an urging to … Continue reading

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Redemptionis Sacramentum 25

Bishops appoint others and delegate as they take advantage of expertise: [25.] Commissions as well as councils or committees established by the Bishop to handle “the promotion of the Liturgy, sacred music and art in his diocese” should act in … Continue reading

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Lumen Fidei 47

With today’s post, we look at the final subheading in Chapter Three, “The unity and integrity of faith.” How important is unity? Does it consist in a surface tranquility among believers and between the believer and her or his God? … Continue reading

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