Daily Archives: 19 January 2014

Devoting Time With Thomas Aquinas

I began tweeting links yesterday to the St Thomas Aquinas Novena I pieced together two years ago. For most of you, the memorial of the Angelic Doctor will be observed a week from  Tuesday. In my parish, the observance is … Continue reading

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Mediator Dei 134

Something of an apologetics point: 134. Nor is it to be admitted that by this Eucharistic cult (people) falsely confound the historical Christ, as they say, who once lived on earth, with the Christ who is present in the august … Continue reading

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Darn That Dream

It’s been a long time since I perused ads for parish music positions. What do you make of this dream job I saw advertised at the Musica Sacra Forum: (Church) is looking for an organist and assistant in sacred music. … Continue reading

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EG 56: Lawlessness in the Markets

People talked about it before Pope Francis wrote about it in Evangelii Gaudium here: 56. While the earnings of a minority are growing exponentially, so too is the gap separating the majority from the prosperity enjoyed by those happy few. This imbalance … Continue reading

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