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Daily Archives: 12 February 2014
Pope Pius XII considers art, but the citation of a psalm of lament, and the chasing of moneychangers from the Temple is a curious one. Nevertheless, artists bring true zeal often enough: 189. We desire to commend and urge the … Continue reading
Continuing on the theme of the past few days, Pope Francis is concerned about something “more dangerous than doctrinal relativism.” I think I see where he’s going with this. It reminds me of that prominent evangelical minister who, after years … Continue reading
Frequent commenter and friend Jimmy Mac sends me interesting emails by the bunches. But this link from the good ol’ American Conservative nearly made me laugh out loud. The real action does not involve liberal “Catholics” at all. Liberal Catholicism, … Continue reading