Daily Archives: 29 December 2014

Football Half Time

I mentioned to my wife today’s game marked the end of the first half of the Premier League: 190 games down, 190 to go. She asked, what will you do when it’s over? Go to school, I guess. Like last … Continue reading

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Synod on the Family 54: Mixed Marriages

Read the full synod document here. Let me say upfront that I object to the adjective “mixed” when it applies to marriages between Catholics and other Christians, or people of other faiths. 54.┬áThe problems relative to mixed marriages were frequently … Continue reading

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On My Bookshelf: The Causal Angel

The final book of Hannu Rajaniemi’s science fiction trilogy was top of my bedside bookshelf for the past few weeks. Last Fall I read the first two books, which I reviewed here and here. The main character develops through this … Continue reading

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DPPL 174: The Immaculate Heart of Mary

If believers looked to the heart of Jesus, you know that the love of his Mother would also be very much in the Christian imagination: 174. The Church celebrates the liturgical memorial of the Immaculate Heart of Mary the day … Continue reading

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