Daily Archives: 30 April 2014

Dies Domini 39: The Table of the Word

Today we begin three posts on the Word at liturgy. Sunday nourishment comes in two ways: 39. As in every Eucharistic celebration, the Risen Lord is encountered in the Sunday assembly at the twofold table of the word and of … Continue reading

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Too Much PPP?

One of the best Catholic bloggers surfaces occasionally at dotCommonweal where, very early this morning (Commonweal time, I presume), he suggested “#enoughalready.” So it has come to this.  We are now debating the doctrinal authority of papal tweets and phone … Continue reading

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EG 154: An Ear to the People

Pope Francis, in Evangelii Gaudium writes of “An ear to the people.” It’s not about preaching what people want to hear, but what they need. And of course, it’s certainly not about what preachers want to say, but what they need to … Continue reading

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