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Daily Archives: 9 September 2013
In today’s post on Go and Make Disciples, the bishops look to the consequences of individual conversion. They suggest that individual conversion will lead to a conversion in society itself. Is this realistic? The Lord’s mission (Matthew 28:19-20) suggests a universal task. … Continue reading
This year the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross falls on a Saturday. This coming Saturday, in fact. This is the third of five feasts this year which, while not “high” enough to be obligatory holy days, are … Continue reading
Remember that breakaway Polish national parish, the one that defied a few archbishops, hired its own priest, and eventually won in court? Now they’re looking for a bishop. Maybe John was posting partly in jest when he suggested that Scottish … Continue reading