Daily Archives: 24 May 2014

The Last European Football

Got some office work and an engaged couple consultation out of the way this morning. So I watched the heroic defensive effort from Atlético de Madrid today. Had to get back to church for the late afternoon Mass, so I … Continue reading

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Dies Domini 65: Sunday and Rest In Civil Society

Saint John Paul has a bit more to say on rest, how world views rest, and how the modern day situation retains the need for human beings to take their rest. Does human power and supremacy over the physical world … Continue reading

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EG 183: Working For Change

Pope Francis reminds that religion cannot be confined to the realm of privacy: 183. Consequently, no one can demand that religion should be relegated to the inner sanctum of personal life, without influence on societal and national life, without concern … Continue reading

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On My Bookshelf: The Republic of Thieves

I’ve waited seven years to continue reading Scott Lynch and his series begun here and continued here. After an author’s long hiatus The Republic of Thieves emerges as the third book in a seven-book series. Like installments one and two, it is engrossing. … Continue reading

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