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Daily Archives: 10 December 2013
Thomas Merton’s The Seven Storey Mountain was probably the first or second spiritual book I ever read, way back in my college days. I’m not a Merton fan(atic) like some people I know. You readers who read me carefully know … Continue reading
Indiscriminate and fawning imitation of the past is bad, according to what we’ve read in Mediator Dei, but research to the early expressions of liturgy are lauded for a source of deeper understanding for the present day. One might ask: … Continue reading