Daily Archives: 5 September 2014


One things about the internet, call it great or not, is that it lends itself to easy editing in many fora. I read Msgr Charles Pope’s post on Cardinal Dolan opening up the floodgates of Sodom and Gomorrah to wash … Continue reading

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Sometimes The Bible Makes No #$%& Sense

Can I say that? May I? I’ve been working through the Book of Wisdom for my daily Lectio Divina. It started off really well. If I were doing a book review, I would say that the first eleven chapters were … Continue reading

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Crux Chats Dolan

John Allen/Boston Globe‘s new site, Crux, has an extended interview with Cardinal Timothy Dolan. You know: the archbishop taking a lot of heat this week for the perception he’s caved in to LGBT folks and he’s snuffed the St Fulton … Continue reading

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DPPL 47-49: A Current Imbalance

DPPL 47 ends the glance at history, and turns our attentionĀ to the present day: 47. From the foregoing historical outline, it is clear that the question of the relationship between Liturgy and popular piety is not an exclusively contemporary one. … Continue reading

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