Daily Archives: 13 November 2013

Bitter Fruit

The tremors of civil war continue to shake the Catholic Right. Here. Also, here, in case you wouldn’t have guessed it. I get the unease with the pope. I’ve felt that way once or twice myself in the past thirty-five … Continue reading

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Safe Pastors

David Gibson analyzes the USCCB Prez and Veep votes. “Safe,” his headliner wrote. DiNardo emerged from a slate of nine candidates and won a majority of votes on the third ballot, defeating the runner-up, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, by a 147-87 … Continue reading

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Mediator Dei 18

In section 16, Pope Pius XII looked to the Old Testament and the traditions of Israelite worship that kept God very much in the devotion of the Chosen People. Section 17 outlines the life of the Lord on earth. Today, we … Continue reading

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