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Daily Archives: 25 September 2013
Another long passage that probably does not see a lot of use with the Sacrament of Penance. This important passage in Romans 7 is too long and repetitive for either form I or form II. But it is worth a … Continue reading
The discussion from RS 100-12 expands to consider how the Precious Blood is offered to the laity. It should be illustrative to consider these methods in light of clergy receiving Communion. [103.] The norms of the Roman Missal admit the … Continue reading
In the second week of the online Ignatian retreat, we are advised to probe more deeply into our stories of faith. It has been a rich experience thus far, unearthing old episodes in my life and looking a bit more … Continue reading