Daily Archives: 2 May 2014


The young miss went out for a walk about an hour ago. But somebody at home is lonely:  

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Dies Domini 41: Relationship and Jewish Roots

Let’s finish up Pope John Paul II’s look at the Liturgy of the Word: 41. It should also be borne in mind that the liturgical proclamation of the word of God, especially in the Eucharistic assembly, is not so much … Continue reading

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More Blog Breaking

A Roman Catholic deacon from England, Nick Donnelly, will pull the plug on his blog Sunday. I followed this story with interest this past Lent. The Catholic Herald website reports on it here. The feeling at CH seems a bit … Continue reading

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EG 156: Homiletic Resources

Pope Francis rather destroys the narcissistic notion that all a preacher needs is to be right. In discussing “Homiletic resources,” we are presented with the¬†principle of being able to communicate¬†effectively. If the people do not hear, then the message is … Continue reading

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