Daily Archives: 4 May 2014

Support For Marriage

UCANews has interesting information from Asia, but it’s often interesting to see what stories they pick up from around the world. Like this feature on five ways people have stemmed marriage break-ups in the US. Interesting that all five of … Continue reading

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First Communion Menu

Today was First Communion for our parish’s youngsters. I had some fun with the group. Neither priest showed up at the group rehearsal yesterday–that’s not a big deal actually. It’s one of the jobs of a liturgist to make sure … Continue reading

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Dies Domini 43: A Movement With Christ

Is there a sense of reaching toward God, of ascension, of a connection with the Resurrection? I’d say the average person is looking for leisure, and possibly meaning in the overly-busy pace of modern life. 43. This “ascending” movement is … Continue reading

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EG 158: Order, Logic, And Focus

Pope Francis continues to discuss resources for preaching in sections 156-159 of Evangelii Gaudium. This will be the second-last of EG posts on the homily. Pope Paul reminds us that people have high expectations from liturgical preaching. Good thing they … Continue reading

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