Daily Archives: 4 August 2014

St Teresa, Higher Than The Moon

One of my favorite singers singing one of her lesser known songs. Ms Osborne sings a lot of soul standards–you can catch many of her capable covers on YouTube. This is from her breakout cd, Relish. It’s a collective writing … Continue reading

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DPPL 14-15: Physical Gestures

Sections 15 through 20 take a quick look at “The Language of Popular Piety.” Remember, this is still the introduction. We’ll get a closer look at all this as we delve deeper into this long and thorough document. A brief … Continue reading

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Episcopal Real Estate

CNN has a feature on some of the homes of American archbishops. Some of it is location: check where the ordinaries of New York and Chicago reside, for example. Some of it is inherited from the previous archbishop. Although I … Continue reading

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Ignatius of Loyola, Writing Mentor

Regarding Ignatius’ letter to Pierre Favre, this is the last attempt to link what he told other Jesuits about writing and what we might deduce he would say about blogging. Get better at it, and love it: I exhort you, … Continue reading

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EG 270: Wounds Close To Us

Today, let’s read a brief, but very significant commentary: 270. Sometimes we are tempted to be that kind of Christian who keeps the Lord’s wounds at arm’s length. Yet Jesus wants us to touch human misery, to touch the suffering flesh … Continue reading

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