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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