Daily Archives: 5 March 2014

Letter To Artists 6a: A Fruitful Alliance

John Paul II writes of “A fruitful alliance between the Gospel and art.” I want to take some extra time with this section. It’s one that should certainly give liturgical artists some fruit for reflection.¬† Faith, like art, deals with … Continue reading

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EG 101: Prayer and Love Conquers Divisions

Let’s wrap up the discussion on Christian incivility: 101. Let us ask the Lord to help us understand the law of love. How good it is to have this law! How much good it does us to love one another, … Continue reading

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The Long Retreat Begins

The forty days are counted from this coming Sunday through sundown on Holy Thursday. I often tell people that this week’s four days are a prelude, a practice period, and preparation space to get accustomed to the Lord’s voice and … Continue reading

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