Daily Archives: 10 November 2014


The Catholic bishops of the US gather this week. Not at a monastery or retreat center, but at a nice hotel by Chesapeake Bay. Do you agree with the writer from Crux, that this band of brothers is having a … Continue reading

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Synod on the Family 4: Listening, Looking, Facing

The introduction¬†of the synod document wraps up with a brief description of the bishops’ methodology: 4.¬†With these words in mind, we have gathered together the results of our reflections and our discussions in the following three parts: listening, looking at … Continue reading

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DPPL 122: Presentation and Those in Consecrated Life

Here and there I have seen the connection of the Presentation feast with those in religious life. 122. In some local Churches, certain elements taken from the Gospel account of the Presentation of the Lord (Lk 2, 22-40), such as … Continue reading

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