Daily Archives: 7 April 2014


The NCAA is feeling threatened by student-athletes unionizing. Good. No doubt, lawyers will be looking for a cut of the NCAA billions. I hope the student-athletes don’t allow themselves to be pushed around. The NCAA and member universities and colleges … Continue reading

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Dies Domini 16: Remembering

Remembering is a holy activity. Sometimes it can be indulgent, harboring grudges and such. But in the context of Sunday, of worship, and of faith, sanctification is partly based on our memory. This section and the next fall under the … Continue reading

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EG 135: The Homily

Pope Francis steals the thunder from the US Bishops a bit in this sub-section of Chapter Three that examines the homily in some detail. My pastor dove right into this section when the document came out late last year. The … Continue reading

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