Daily Archives: 28 May 2014

Knowing Christ

The students have “WNL” (Wednesday Night Liturgy) weekly during the summer session. Tonight they did Lectio Divina, and naturally, I could not stay away. (I had some last-minute packing up in my office to boot.) The Scripture they gave was … Continue reading

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Dies Domini 69: A Day of Solidarity

It’s a bit of serendipity that as we are discussing solidarity in Pope Francis’ Evangelii Gaudium, the topic arises in our examination of an earlier document from an earlier pope. Sunday, in St John Paul’s eyes, is “A day of … Continue reading

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A London Symphony

Readers here know me as a lover of American music of all sorts. And early music, too. Music from about 1750 to about 1900 interests me little. There’s just a lot of it and orchestras seem to play it all … Continue reading

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EG 189: More On Solidarity

A bit more on solidarity. The Holy Father suggests that private ownership of goods is not an end to itself. He also says that when reforms are lacking the “generating” of new attitudes, their potential fruitfulness is doomed. Do you … Continue reading

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