Daily Archives: 28 April 2014

A New Polygon

No more octocards. With the addition of top diplomat Pietro Parolin, Pope Francis’ “cabinet” adds a side. It’s probably a tribute to the way Pope Francis has totally shaken up Catholicism that a phone call to Argentina and two po-e-saints … Continue reading

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Dies Domini 37: A Pilgrim People

The principle of the pilgrimage is a powerful one. In the modern experience, we are aware of the blending of space and time in a closely related awareness. To speak of a pilgrimage of time is within the modern grasp. … Continue reading

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EG 152: Spiritual Reading

How can preachers put some of Pope Francis’ Evangelii Gaudium¬†advice to work? EG 152-153 explore “spiritual reading.” Everybody has her or his own take on what that means. Pope Francis suggests an openness to personal transformation. 152. There is one … Continue reading

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